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Posted 4/19/09
Accordingly to some lady, elephants are bigger than the moon.

It's a common fact.
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If the earth gets destroyed, the moon would too

Also, the moon moves in a way that climate change would be extemely different to earth.

And we could live on mars, if there was water, and if scientist can figure out how to speed up /slow down the rotation and the spin of mars in a way that it would have the same climate change as earth.
But we dont have enough energy to do that to a whole planet. So we cant live on mars.
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Posted 4/21/09 , edited 4/21/09

dmitsuki wrote:


HayatellAyasaki wrote:

I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.



That's right. The Earth is the only planet inhabitable and every other planet cannot support life of any kind ever except this very one in this very solar system.

Either you worded that horribly, or somebody lied to you when they told you scientist can even study planet's surface's outside the solar system.

The closest you get to a planet is a dot and that is considered a picture.


That's crap, there are tons of other "Earth" like planets lol, there's one only a mere 20 light years away, in fact earth like planets are thought to be rather common in out galaxy, so earth is not the only planet in the universe that can support life, thats retarded. In fact theres a 70+ % chance that there is life on those other earth like planets, so life on earth isn't special at all.
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Posted 4/21/09

Allhailodin wrote:


dmitsuki wrote:


HayatellAyasaki wrote:

I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.



That's right. The Earth is the only planet inhabitable and every other planet cannot support life of any kind ever except this very one in this very solar system.

Either you worded that horribly, or somebody lied to you when they told you scientist can even study planet's surface's outside the solar system.

The closest you get to a planet is a dot and that is considered a picture.


That's crap, there are tons of other "Earth" like planets lol, there's one only a mere 20 light years away, in fact earth like planets are through to be common in out galaxy, so earth is not the only planet in the universe that can support life, thats retarded.

25 to 30 light years away.

'And there are a few planets they might just be able to handle life in are own backyard as well.
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Posted 4/21/09 , edited 4/21/09

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Allhailodin wrote:


dmitsuki wrote:


HayatellAyasaki wrote:

I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.



That's right. The Earth is the only planet inhabitable and every other planet cannot support life of any kind ever except this very one in this very solar system.

Either you worded that horribly, or somebody lied to you when they told you scientist can even study planet's surface's outside the solar system.

The closest you get to a planet is a dot and that is considered a picture.


That's crap, there are tons of other "Earth" like planets lol, there's one only a mere 20 light years away, in fact earth like planets are through to be common in out galaxy, so earth is not the only planet in the universe that can support life, thats retarded.

25 to 30 light years away.

'And there are a few planets they might just be able to handle life in are own backyard as well.


Mars could, if we lived in bio-domes, but there is life on those other earth like planets, that's for sure, if life appeared here on this planet thats within the "goldilocks zone" then its pretty much guaranteed that life has appeared on those other planets were finding in other solar systems that are within their stars "goldilocks zone", life on earth isn't special. Life on planets is a common occurance.
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Posted 4/21/09 , edited 4/21/09

Allhailodin wrote:


Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Allhailodin wrote:


dmitsuki wrote:


HayatellAyasaki wrote:

I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.



That's right. The Earth is the only planet inhabitable and every other planet cannot support life of any kind ever except this very one in this very solar system.

Either you worded that horribly, or somebody lied to you when they told you scientist can even study planet's surface's outside the solar system.

The closest you get to a planet is a dot and that is considered a picture.


That's crap, there are tons of other "Earth" like planets lol, there's one only a mere 20 light years away, in fact earth like planets are through to be common in out galaxy, so earth is not the only planet in the universe that can support life, thats retarded.

25 to 30 light years away.

'And there are a few planets they might just be able to handle life in are own backyard as well.



Mars could, if we lived in bio-domes, but there is life on those other earth like planets, that's for sure, if life appeared here on this planet thats within the "goldilocks zone" then chances are life as appeared on those other planets were finding in other solar systems that are within their stars "goldilocks zone", and the chances are really high as well, life on earth isn't special. Life on planets is a common occurance.


That I know.....

At that the chances of there being life on other planets based on the evidence we have today, is 99.9999999999999999% chance. And what Scientest really wanna know is how much of that life will be at are level or above wen it comes to brain power. Judging from are past. there been 9 non related humannoid spiecies on earth so far. Taking that factor into acount I am thinking using a logical observasion that there is a good chance of there being life at are level and or above.
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Posted 4/21/09 , edited 4/21/09

Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Allhailodin wrote:


Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Allhailodin wrote:


dmitsuki wrote:


HayatellAyasaki wrote:

I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.



That's right. The Earth is the only planet inhabitable and every other planet cannot support life of any kind ever except this very one in this very solar system.

Either you worded that horribly, or somebody lied to you when they told you scientist can even study planet's surface's outside the solar system.

The closest you get to a planet is a dot and that is considered a picture.


That's crap, there are tons of other "Earth" like planets lol, there's one only a mere 20 light years away, in fact earth like planets are through to be common in out galaxy, so earth is not the only planet in the universe that can support life, thats retarded.

25 to 30 light years away.

'And there are a few planets they might just be able to handle life in are own backyard as well.



Mars could, if we lived in bio-domes, but there is life on those other earth like planets, that's for sure, if life appeared here on this planet thats within the "goldilocks zone" then chances are life as appeared on those other planets were finding in other solar systems that are within their stars "goldilocks zone", and the chances are really high as well, life on earth isn't special. Life on planets is a common occurance.


That I know.....

At that the chances of there being life on other planets based on the evidence we have today, is 99.9999999999999999% chance. And what Scientest really wanna know is how much of that life will be at are level or above wen it comes to brain power. Judging from are past. there been 9 non related humannoid spiecies on earth so far. Taking that factor into acount I am thinking using a logical observasion that there is a good chance of there being life at are level and or above.


Yeap, on some planets there is a damn good chance that there is something smarter than us by far. We just haven't found it yet. but there is life on other planets, earth is by no means special. Just wonder what it will look like, or if it will have a humanoid figure.
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Posted 4/21/09

Allhailodin wrote:


Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Allhailodin wrote:


Darkphoenix3450 wrote:


Allhailodin wrote:


dmitsuki wrote:


HayatellAyasaki wrote:

I want to add there is currently not a single planet who would be considered "safe" for any kind of known life to exist, or inhabit. Even if there is a possibility, our galaxy and most precise our solar system is symmetrical orbit-wise in relation to the planets within it. Most galaxies in space, and all galaxies in our neighborhood are not spiral, which means they revolve in chaos.

Yes, there is Andromeda, which is actually spiral, but it is also coming our way, and not even a single planet of star in her is suitable for us, they are deadly to say it in a simple way. There are also millions of bodies on space that will easily kill us. Like black holes, meteorites, asteroids, comets, but most important, radiation.



That's right. The Earth is the only planet inhabitable and every other planet cannot support life of any kind ever except this very one in this very solar system.

Either you worded that horribly, or somebody lied to you when they told you scientist can even study planet's surface's outside the solar system.

The closest you get to a planet is a dot and that is considered a picture.


That's crap, there are tons of other "Earth" like planets lol, there's one only a mere 20 light years away, in fact earth like planets are through to be common in out galaxy, so earth is not the only planet in the universe that can support life, thats retarded.

25 to 30 light years away.


'And there are a few planets they might just be able to handle life in are own backyard as well.



Mars could, if we lived in bio-domes, but there is life on those other earth like planets, that's for sure, if life appeared here on this planet thats within the "goldilocks zone" then chances are life as appeared on those other planets were finding in other solar systems that are within their stars "goldilocks zone", and the chances are really high as well, life on earth isn't special. Life on planets is a common occurance.


That I know.....

At that the chances of there being life on other planets based on the evidence we have today, is 99.9999999999999999% chance. And what Scientest really wanna know is how much of that life will be at are level or above wen it comes to brain power. Judging from are past. there been 9 non related humannoid spiecies on earth so far. Taking that factor into acount I am thinking using a logical observasion that there is a good chance of there being life at are level and or above.


Yeap, on some planets there is a damn good chance that there is something smarter than us by far. We just haven't found it yet. but there is life on other planets, earth is by no means special. Just wonder what it will look like, or if it will have a humanoid figure.


'I have seen a show about that... Let me see if I can't find atleast a part of it for you.


This is a good show..
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jSWKKE4Jc8M

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7_pZSfGGLQA
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living on the moon? your fucking kidding me right? if the earth is destroyed then the moon would not be in any better shape. large debris from the earth would most certainly hit the moon and without the earth to revolve around, the moon would be helpless.

by a million years from now, assuming we're not extinct, we'll DEFINITELY have the technology to travel to different galaxies. seeing as how much technology has advanced since 5,000 years ago, i even think we can travel out of our solar system within a thousand years or less.
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hm... isnt the moon smaller than the earth? so how is evryone gonna colonize it ... mars seem large enough , i think we hav a better chance on mars
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if scientists find water on Mars life could be possible but that dosen't mean that we can live there. Mars is basically a Hostile place notorius for larger volcanos 3x larger than the mt everest, sudden earthquakes( faults and trenches), the place can be insanely cold it can go up to
-200F and I think during summer it goes to -80F and high wind dust storms. I find it a very creepy place to live don't ya think??
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