Niflaos HaBorei: NASA’s Voyager Reaches the Unknown, Leaving Scientists Stunned


spaceNASA’s Voyager 1 probe has spent the last 35-plus years bringing us detailed images of the wonders of space. Now, it seems to have finally reached the end of the solar system, but instead of going into the interstellar void as expected, the satellite is bringing back some pretty weird readings as it sits in a sort of galactic waiting room, one that no one expected to be there.

Rocket scientists are absolutely stunned and they are struggling to understand just what it means.

Stamatios Krimigis, the author of the Science article that brought us this new information, says no one can know just what that new beyond might be: “I’m convinced that nature is far more imaginative than we are,” he said.

I guess he meant to say that the world created by the Ribono Shel Olam is well beyond our comprehension.

He is right about that.

And it’s never too late for scientists to realize that. Mah rabu maasecha Hashem.

{Read more on this story at Wired/Andy Newscenter}


  1. By definition, science will never be able to explain everything. There has to continue to be unknowns and unexplained observations discovered, even as old ones get explained. This is in order to preserve bechira chofshis.

    Most scientists do, in fact, believe in G-d. The few vocal ones that don’t just fear the truth (very unscientific of them).

  2. 2: Refers to the spiritual realm, not the physicsl realm.

    Hashamayim, shamayim L’Hashem does NOT refer to outer space.

  3. He can’t bring his lips to say the word G-d. He should shout G-d!!!!!! But scientists can’t bring it out from their lips.

  4. The ‘rocket scientists’ forget they only get to know what the Ribbono Shel Olam allows them to know. Loved reading this. That day will soon come when the world will learn of the knowledge of H’ which will fill the whole earth as the waters cover the seabeds, but, of course, only what HE wants us to know.

  5. To comment #3 AlbertEinstein:
    Firstly, my comment was merely a joke for your amusement.
    Secondly, posing as a famous personality online (especially a deceased person) is fraudulent and not cool.