When you think about it truly, when we go out on an unmistakable cloudless night and gaze toward the stars over, few of us ever understand that the nearest star to Earth is in reality more than three thousand light years away from us. Generally, this implies notwithstanding traveling at the speed of light, which is something like 186,000 miles for each second, it assume control three thousand years continuously for the light we are seeing from that star in the sky around evening time to go through space and contact us here on Earth.
Thusly, if that is the situation and I know for beyond any doubt it is, at that point think about this one; when we do gaze toward the types of stars, how would we realize that they are still in presence? The genuine answer is that we do not have the foggiest idea, unless of course we happen to have an entire scope of exceedingly costly cosmic electronic mechanical assembly to hand. On the off chance that the star that is three thousand light years away had detonated or vaporized say two thousand years prior progressively, at that point it would in any case give off an impression of being there to us for about another thousand years or somewhere in the vicinity.
So we should now take this little exercise to the levels of potentially strange. In the event that we could mysteriously transport ourselves from Earth, to really be there on that inaccessible star and assuming we could get by there and inhale the climate. Imagine a scenario where by then we found a massively tremendous telescope and it was pointing straightforwardly at our Earth so far away. At that point we found when we looked through this absolutely unlikely telescope, we could really observe unmistakably everywhere throughout the surface of the Earth and we could even observe individuals walking around there. The inquiry must be; would we see individuals walking around in the times of Jesus for instance, or to put it another way, individuals who were walking around roughly three thousand years back?
This, my companion is not simply pompous supposition on my part. Many of the stars we find in our night sky may not by any stretch of the imagination be there any more for some reason however recollect, the dominant part of them are significantly further away than a unimportant three thousand light years, so let them go. Presently think of this.