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New Study Suggests That 60 Billion(!) Alien Planets Could Support Life

 
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60 billion seems to me to be a tiny number considering that there are hundred of billions of galaxies with hundred of billions of stars each.
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If you had read the article it says that the Milky Way alone could host 60 billion habitable planets.
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Actual reading is so over-rated these days!

laughy
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Maybe, just maybe, all those aliens are here destroying the planet cause theirs is obliterated.
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The "habitable zone" is where they think life can form. Yet they still do not understand how life is created.

The number of life supporting plants is going to way larger then just 60 billion in the Milk Way.
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Because I am a born again Christian, I wonder if God will allow me to take one of those planets and build a golf course on one. So me and my Christian friends can play golf on my resort!!

But those who don't know and serve God will be cooking and frying and crying for trillions and trillions of years.
Especially the leadership of the new world order illuminuties. They will be in the 8th and 9th and the 10th levels of those fiery flames!!
 Quoting: moses787


God does allow us a part in creation.

All animals are made by god and named by man.
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The "habitable zone" is where they think life can form. Yet they still do not understand how life is created.

The number of life supporting plants is going to way larger then just 60 billion in the Milk Way.
 Quoting: Oengus


The habitable zone has changed overtime. Venus is a lot like earths atmosphere. Mars will one day be in the habitable zone when the earth is no longer.

People always wonder why mars is carved out like it has had oceans, yet it's impossible for the water to be in a liquid state.

IT NEVER WAS IN A LIQUID STATE AND CAN'T BE UNTIL THE "GOLDILOCKS ZONE" CHANGES.

God obviously made it that way for a reason, why else would it be so impossible for us to fathom.
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[link to www.space.com]

That's 60,000,000,000,000

alien16alien11alien
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And not ONE SINGLE SIGNAL from ANYWHERE
in the universe, except from us.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10174752


That we can recognize.


 Quoting: AgnosticDeity


Save your money and go get a degree in Electrical
Engineering.
Learn what signals are.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10174752


Read about quantum communications and think about the probability that a race that can explore the galaxy can use it.
There is a theory which states that if ever anybody discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened.
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The "habitable zone" is where they think life can form. Yet they still do not understand how life is created.

The number of life supporting plants is going to way larger then just 60 billion in the Milk Way.
 Quoting: Oengus


The habitable zone has changed overtime. Venus is a lot like earths atmosphere. Mars will one day be in the habitable zone when the earth is no longer.

People always wonder why mars is carved out like it has had oceans, yet it's impossible for the water to be in a liquid state.

IT NEVER WAS IN A LIQUID STATE AND CAN'T BE UNTIL THE "GOLDILOCKS ZONE" CHANGES.

God obviously made it that way for a reason, why else would it be so impossible for us to fathom.
 Quoting: CJStryker


That is just the thing, it doesn't have to be water that caused it.

Water does not have to present for there to be life. Also, who is to say that there must be a liquid compound, of any type, present for there to be life.
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personally, I believe all the planet's are alive and support life even the sun. we just can't see it because our senses only pick up a minute amount of the known existing frequencies, let alone other dimensions...

anyway in all seriousness, who cares if someone claims 60 billion will support life (like ours) it will take you 60 Billion years to get there... you're probably just gonna see a bunch of rocks, water and trees... not to mention you're NEVER going to get there in THIS LIFE time anyway.

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Each one with their own version of the bible?
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actaully the figure you wrote down is infact 60 trillion, get your digitz right math tard
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[link to en.wikipedia.org]

angryface
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You are still wrong. You used the British billion which is obsolete.
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[link to www.space.com]

That's 60,000,000,000,000

alien16alien11alien
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He ASSHOLE! Thanks a lot for all the popups and the attempted installation of spyware on my computer from that link you posted.

If you want spyware and/or viruses installed on you computer, go ahead and click on that link.
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It is fairly ego-centric to believe we are the only life in the universe.

The simple act of a comet impact releasing amino acids is enough for me to determine that.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Not at all. In fact, creation and its Creator are evident. You can't see it because of ego-centrism. It's because of that that you project man out there as other life, not the other way round.
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scheming

Best news I heard all day...

at the rate you fleshmongers are going you are going to wipe yourself out before too long...

Its good to know another food source could be out there rockon
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Wow, hope they dont try and invade us all at once.
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Wow, hope they dont try and invade us all at once.
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aliens of 60 billion planets, or muzzies?

that's a tough fucker

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[link to www.space.com]

That's 60,000,000,000,000

alien16alien11alien
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And not ONE SINGLE SIGNAL from ANYWHERE
in the universe, except from us.

 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 10174752


That we can recognize.
 Quoting: AgnosticDeity

Also being policed by gov, and pretty sure there was a signal we picked up then lost so...
Beware what you wish for...
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When we see stars far away, we see the past,because of the long distance in light years.
So it´s only a guess.
I don´t think they take into consideration othrt dimensions.
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Just a thought experiment--- If the galaxy is a super-cell-- where each solar system is a sub-cell--- where each planet is a possibility for life-expression potential---where life-forms are intrinsic to the energy-states from which they are derived--- Natural Law is expressed across the whole--- only those planets of the Earth-like potential will have life similar to our own--- following the same natural laws-- those which have different energy envelopes will be quite different and very alien to all standards we ego-eccentrically consider normal by our needs of living conditions.

If life is multi-dimensional by expression of Law, planets are life niches in a greater ecology of the Macro-Environment called a Galaxy. Science is looking down the wrong end of the telescope so to speak... as for why we are not inundated with alien signals--- maybe the best ones were kept secret under national security--- maybe the communication science postulates are simply wrong--- we are publicly looking for the wrong things on purpose to keep the right ones a secret--- so long as the gov. under military secrecy, wrapped in deeper secrecy, controls the access and or information, thus, it is a guessing game as to the real reasons Contact with such other 'civilizations' has not already occurred.

Thus, this simple thought experiment merely treats the galaxy as the expression of a greater whole purpose, whose every system expresses such a purpose so defined. One might surmise mankind is actually quite late to a party of which he may not have been invited. In which case mankind is so far behind he is a hopeless primitive so compared. Perhaps the locals simply observe us the same way we observe an ant hill. Our aggressive, violent behavior no doubt is an issue as well.
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Nu-uh

I'll bet it's....like a hundred million zillion planets.



Stupid fucks.
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Seems rather low to me. Thats less than 1 planet per 3 galaxies.
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Probably there are lots and lots of planets like that. 60 Billion? Why 60? I just luv when they throw around numbers like this without even knowing if the universe is finite or infinite...if it is infinite, this number has no validity. If it is finite, first need to know how large it is,otherwise the estimate is worthless again.
In lack of those I will vote this

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60 billion in our OWN GALAXY fucktard. Try reading the fucking article before commenting in the future so you don't have to look like a total dumbass.
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It is fairly ego-centric to believe we are the only life in the universe.
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No it isn't. Every known scientific fact tells us life only exists on Earth, and supports the law of biogenesis: that life only comes from other life. It doesn't spontaneously generate all over space like Star Trek pseudo-science would have you believe.

The simple act of a comet impact releasing amino acids is enough for me to determine that.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Life requires an intelligent designer. That designer is God, who created the universe to support the Earth. Earth is the only place with life. Deal with it.
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Seems rather low to me. Thats less than 1 planet per 3 galaxies.
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Another jackass that didn't read the article. It's 60 billion IN OUR OWN GALAXY.

Do any of you people read?
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It is fairly ego-centric to believe we are the only life in the universe.
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No it isn't. Every known scientific fact tells us life only exists on Earth, and supports the law of biogenesis: that life only comes from other life. It doesn't spontaneously generate all over space like Star Trek pseudo-science would have you believe.

The simple act of a comet impact releasing amino acids is enough for me to determine that.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Life requires an intelligent designer. That designer is God, who created the universe to support the Earth. Earth is the only place with life. Deal with it.
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There's no God you fruitcake. Life DOES NOT REQUIRE an intelligent designer unless you're a tool who doesn't understand science.

Go learn some science and stop acting like a mindless jugfuck.
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60 billion seems to me to be a tiny number considering that there are hundred of billions of galaxies with hundred of billions of stars each.
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It is a tiny number but we're working from the inside out, so to speak.

You can expect that estimate to shoot up once we confirm the first "M class" exoplanet.

BUT!

I'll wager any money you like that intelligent life is probably incredibly rare.

I bet that most life bearing planets will be home to primal forms of life.

The dinosaurs for example, we (as in mammals) only caught a break because of a lucky space rock smacking the Earth.

Then all those crazy variables down the ages...

Maybe humanity could even be the only intelligent life in the galaxy, in which case it's ours for the taking.

The galaxy is a garden brimming with life perhaps... and only we have the capacity to be gardeners... kind of cool but kind of sad too.


What I would really like to see is a reworking of the Drake equation inputting all the new variables exoplanetary research has given us, I'd do it myself but I'm watching Magnum P.I atm.
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It is fairly ego-centric to believe we are the only life in the universe.
 Quoting: Waterbug


No it isn't. Every known scientific fact tells us life only exists on Earth, and supports the law of biogenesis: that life only comes from other life. It doesn't spontaneously generate all over space like Star Trek pseudo-science would have you believe.

The simple act of a comet impact releasing amino acids is enough for me to determine that.
 Quoting: Waterbug


Life requires an intelligent designer. That designer is God, who created the universe to support the Earth. Earth is the only place with life. Deal with it.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 42364242


There's no God you fruitcake. Life DOES NOT REQUIRE an intelligent designer unless you're a tool who doesn't understand science.

Go learn some science and stop acting like a mindless jugfuck.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18242403


So you have sources that, through scientific method, have produced results such as spontaneous life happening?

Please share..:
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I saw a freggin alien once. Nobody believes me though, sucks. The one I saw had a large head, grey frail looking body and was like, trying to talk to me with its mind. It was some freaky shit dude. They are all over the place man, everywhere. Literally everywhere.
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Well my little trolly plops you maybe closer to the truth than you realise. They do indeed 'walk among us'.
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Please share.

You "mindless jugfuck."

We're waiting.
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There are 300 Billion Stars in the Milky Way, FYI.
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New Study Suggests That 60 Billion(!) Alien Planets Could Support Life
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That's good news, because the power hungry scumbags and their brainless masses of following serfs have almost destroyed this one.

Check please.

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