I disagree. Space can only ever be the final frontier once we've understood what is planet Earth. It's said that we know more about the surface of the moon than we do the oceans and unihabited land-mass on our planet. How much is there yet to discover about our own planet, and yet outer space is referred to as the final frontier? I disagree :)<br />
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Space goes into infinity as far as we know it. So yeah, I would think it wall always be a frontier that we haven't had the opportunity to fully explore.

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To whom? <br />
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For some the final frontier may be going to town! Or maybe going abroad? Or perhaps becoming vegetarian. <br />
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For an individual the final frontier is surely personal to them, their life, their health, their interests etc <br />
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Maybe to humanity as it stands the final frontier may be the boundary between different realities - or maybe an evolutionaryy boundary - will we create or allow a disease to emerge that will kill us all unless we evolve into methane breathing creatures or something else equally exotic? <br />
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What about the frontier between having religious beliefs and not having them? <br />
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OR perhaps the frontier between global wars and global peace?<br />
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Lots and lots and lots of possibilities

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nope under my bed is

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In the physical and foreseeable sense, I think so--humanity will be extinct before it ever reaches the edges of the universe to find if anything lies beyond it.

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Not if you add the ocean and it's floor into the equation!!

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Yeah, but have you has a look at the place- that $#!t's gonna keep us busy for a good, long while

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it would be if we could get there...as space is kind of everything, the universe, ect.

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no, even death isn't the final frontier

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nope they say there are other universes now

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Inter-dimensional time travel is.

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Nahhh./..it is just the next one..

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