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NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy

 
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NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Can anyone remember when the "official" "scientific" explanation was (circa 1940-80, etc) ..."there aren't any planets out there at all." ??

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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Found this...


The story goes that, one day back on the 1940's, a group of atomic scientists, including the famous Enrico Fermi, were sitting around talking, when the subject turned to extraterrestrial life. Fermi is supposed to have then asked, "So? Where is everybody?" What he meant was: If there are all these billions of planets in the universe that are capable of supporting life, and millions of intelligent species out there, then how come none has visited earth? This has come to be known as The Fermi Paradox.


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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
good link

I prefer to think Dr. Norm Bergrun is right...he uses the Kardashev Scale (& help define its inception as well)

they're here, have been, it's top secret, and to them we're squirrels at the picnic...an interesting oddity

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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Can anyone remember when the "official" "scientific" explanation was (circa 1940-80, etc) ..."there aren't any planets out there at all." ??

(Fucking coneheads, always worried about their precious little academic sinecures)

[link to blog.al.com]

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 Quoting: OCCAM'S RAZOR


thats the whole point of scientific knowledge, to adjust as we acquire more knowledge and understanding, otherwise it'd just be technical-based religion. back then, there were maybe a handful of satellites, and even fewer of them were likely searching for planets since the consensus was that there probably weren't many near us since we hadn't found them. technology advanced, we found them, and hence the change in the "official" explanation
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
good link

I prefer to think Dr. Norm Bergrun is right...he uses the Kardashev Scale (& help define its inception as well)

they're here, have been, it's top secret, and to them we're squirrels at the picnic...an interesting oddity

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Oh look, an ape, that has a brain.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
I favor the 'zoo hypothesis' myself.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Can anyone remember when the "official" "scientific" explanation was (circa 1940-80, etc) ..."there aren't any planets out there at all." ??
 Quoting: OCCAM'S RAZOR

No known planets and no planets mean very different things.

Nobody ever said there were no planets, how could anybody have known that?
The general thinking at the time, reflected in the SF stories from that period, was that there was no reason to presume that the solar system is unique, and thus the existence of extrasolar planets was probable.
But they couldn't be certain until they had the technology to look.

Scientists want to know.
Facts are so much better than speculation.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Found this...


The story goes that, one day back on the 1940's, a group of atomic scientists, including the famous Enrico Fermi, were sitting around talking, when the subject turned to extraterrestrial life. Fermi is supposed to have then asked, "So? Where is everybody?" What he meant was: If there are all these billions of planets in the universe that are capable of supporting life, and millions of intelligent species out there, then how come none has visited earth? This has come to be known as The Fermi Paradox.


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 Quoting: abeliever


That is an easy question to answer. Though undoubtedly there are more than few civilizations who have mastered star travel, there are billions of planets, what makes you think the odds are in favor of them coming here and why?

And I would also like to point out there is considerable evidence extraterrestrials HAVE in fact visited Earth and still are, and may have bases here and on the moon.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Can anyone remember when the "official" "scientific" explanation was (circa 1940-80, etc) ..."there aren't any planets out there at all." ??
 Quoting: OCCAM'S RAZOR

No known planets and no planets mean very different things.

Nobody ever said there were no planets, how could anybody have known that?
The general thinking at the time, reflected in the SF stories from that period, was that there was no reason to presume that the solar system is unique, and thus the existence of extrasolar planets was probable.
But they couldn't be certain until they had the technology to look.

Scientists want to know.
Facts are so much better than speculation.
book
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Then why hasn't quantum physics SR and GR been discarded since we know they are false and have been disqualified by empirical observation? Does it have anything to do with jews and money?
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Yeah just like when the Earth was flat...
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Aliens avoid this planet for a simple reason. Bad news travels fast.

Just like whites avoid the ghetto sections of their major urban areas for fear of getting mugged, aliens avoid earth because we're an ultraviolent, completely reckless, and extremely deadly (to ourselves) species.

When the earth is mature enough to handle telepathy, genetic manipulation of our own species to make a superior species, internal robotics and computers implanted inside of the brain to record and transmit thoughts, then we'll have plenty of communication. Until that time, we are still a species in it's infancy, and just like you don't give a gun to a child, you wouldn't want humans having the higher tier technologies given to them.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
It's funny how God never mentioned this in the bible.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Found this...


The story goes that, one day back on the 1940's, a group of atomic scientists, including the famous Enrico Fermi, were sitting around talking, when the subject turned to extraterrestrial life. Fermi is supposed to have then asked, "So? Where is everybody?" What he meant was: If there are all these billions of planets in the universe that are capable of supporting life, and millions of intelligent species out there, then how come none has visited earth? This has come to be known as The Fermi Paradox.


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 Quoting: abeliever


They have visited earth, many of times. Now they just keep an eye on us.

I received a message mid 2012, this is an excerpt from that message...

"Conduct through Love: Land dwelling, oceanic, and creatures of flight. For our will is to protect Earth, Christ’s body, and body of water.

Gods Counsel demands this planets fresh assurance of supplies."
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Advanced civilizations have visited us; at such a distance that we would never notice, and close enough to get enough information to carry on.. sad isn't it..
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Advanced civilizations have visited us; at such a distance that we would never notice, and close enough to get enough information to carry on.. sad isn't it..
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Better than them landing an eating us!
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Can anyone remember when the "official" "scientific" explanation was (circa 1940-80, etc) ..."there aren't any planets out there at all." ??
 Quoting: OCCAM'S RAZOR

No known planets and no planets mean very different things.

Nobody ever said there were no planets, how could anybody have known that?
The general thinking at the time, reflected in the SF stories from that period, was that there was no reason to presume that the solar system is unique, and thus the existence of extrasolar planets was probable.
But they couldn't be certain until they had the technology to look.

Scientists want to know.
Facts are so much better than speculation.
book
 Quoting: Halcyon Dayz, FCD

Then why hasn't quantum physics SR and GR been discarded since we know they are false and have been disqualified by empirical observation? Does it have anything to do with jews and money?
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IDW, buddy, things that randomly pop-up in your head are NOT facts.
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Re: NASA now confirms: 100+ billion planets in Earth's home galaxy
Aliens avoid this planet for a simple reason. Bad news travels fast.

Just like whites avoid the ghetto sections of their major urban areas for fear of getting mugged, aliens avoid earth because we're an ultraviolent, completely reckless, and extremely deadly (to ourselves) species.

When the earth is mature enough to handle telepathy, genetic manipulation of our own species to make a superior species, internal robotics and computers implanted inside of the brain to record and transmit thoughts, then we'll have plenty of communication. Until that time, we are still a species in it's infancy, and just like you don't give a gun to a child, you wouldn't want humans having the higher tier technologies given to them.
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Best explanation yet

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