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

 
Kai D Kravit (VALIS)

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quoting "Knowbody Special":

"They are LIARS. They don't even know, show and tell what is at the bottom of our own planet's oceans, yet they can tell which planets harbor life and which don't and tell us a number in a supposed infinite of potential unknowns. BULLSHIT. How about some detailed pictures of the face and pyramids on Mars before you tell us how some galaxy far, far away might harbor life. Please, more mumbo jumbo from FOOLS who know nothing, wouldn't know a truth if it slapped them in the face. Trying to impress the mindless and clueless sheeple into believing and trusting that they know what they are doing, WHEN CLEARLY THEY DO NOT.

Cure the common cold before you worry about a planet light years away. What's the point if the majority will never go there anyways? Fix your own house first."

:end quote

Correction:

They don't know about EVERYTHING at the bottom of the oceans. They DO know quite a bit about what's down there. For instance, the hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the Marianas Trench (the deepest spot we've been) houses a number of Xenophyophores, which are ancient prokaryotic, chemosynthetic microorganisms that survive by converting chemicals spewed from the vents into energy. Other more advanced organisms live down there and contribute to this chain by eating such xenophyophores. There is actually another area in the Gulf of Mexico where scientists have observed a whole new layer of super sense saline water below the normal ocean water (a lake under the ocean, if you will). This data goes to show that not only is photosynthesis completely unnecessary for life to exist on earth, it most certainly spawned 2 chains of evolution on just this one planet!

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Re: New Study Suggests That 60 Billion(!) Alien Planets Could Support Life
quoting "Knowbody Special":

"They are LIARS. They don't even know, show and tell what is at the bottom of our own planet's oceans, yet they can tell which planets harbor life and which don't and tell us a number in a supposed infinite of potential unknowns. BULLSHIT. How about some detailed pictures of the face and pyramids on Mars before you tell us how some galaxy far, far away might harbor life. Please, more mumbo jumbo from FOOLS who know nothing, wouldn't know a truth if it slapped them in the face. Trying to impress the mindless and clueless sheeple into believing and trusting that they know what they are doing, WHEN CLEARLY THEY DO NOT.

Cure the common cold before you worry about a planet light years away. What's the point if the majority will never go there anyways? Fix your own house first."

:end quote

Correction:

They don't know about EVERYTHING at the bottom of the oceans. They DO know quite a bit about what's down there. For instance, the hydrothermal vents at the bottom of the Marianas Trench (the deepest spot we've been) houses a number of Xenophyophores, which are ancient prokaryotic, chemosynthetic microorganisms that survive by converting chemicals spewed from the vents into energy. Other more advanced organisms live down there and contribute to this chain by eating such xenophyophores. There is actually another area in the Gulf of Mexico where scientists have observed a whole new layer of super sense saline water below the normal ocean water (a lake under the ocean, if you will). This data goes to show that not only is photosynthesis completely unnecessary for life to exist on earth, it most certainly spawned 2 chains of evolution on just this one planet!
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How dare you use things such as logic or evidence in a theological debate!!! You sir should be ashamed of yourself!
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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There is yet a third theory which suggests that both of the first two theories were concocted by a wily editor of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in order to increase the levels of universal uncertainty and paranoia and so boost the sales of the guide. This last theory is, of course, the most convincing because The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is the only book in the whole of the known universe to have the words "Don't Panic" inscribed in large friendly letters on the cover.
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There is yet a third theory which suggests that both of the first two theories were concocted by a wily editor of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in order to increase the levels of universal uncertainty and paranoia and so boost the sales of the guide. This last theory is, of course, the most convincing because The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is the only book in the whole of the known universe to have the words "Don't Panic" inscribed in large friendly letters on the cover.
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There is yet a third theory which suggests that both of the first two theories were concocted by a wily editor of The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy in order to increase the levels of universal uncertainty and paranoia and so boost the sales of the guide. This last theory is, of course, the most convincing because The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy is the only book in the whole of the known universe to have the words "Don't Panic" inscribed in large friendly letters on the cover.
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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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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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Hi, Anonymous Offense-tard!

You say in our own galaxy? Like we know that back and forth, right...? Now, when our one and only Voyager is just about to venture leaving the Solar System the very first time? We don't even know what is inside the Sun or where the Sun's energy is coming from, but we know for sure that there are 60 Billion livable planets in our galaxy. Not 50 or 70 Billion..no!
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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

bsflag
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18242403


Hi, Anonymous Offense-tard!

You say in our own galaxy? Like we know that back and forth, right...? Now, when our one and only Voyager is just about to venture leaving the Solar System the very first time? We don't even know what is inside the Sun or where the Sun's energy is coming from, but we know for sure that there are 60 Billion livable planets in our galaxy. Not 50 or 70 Billion..no!
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Actually the number is fifty nine billion nine hundred seventy three million eight hundred thirty six thousand two hundred and fourteen... They just rounded up. It's called an estimate for a reason, don't be an idiot.
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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Re: New Study Suggests That 60 Billion(!) Alien Planets Could Support Life
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

bsflag
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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.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18242403


Hi, Anonymous Offense-tard!

You say in our own galaxy? Like we know that back and forth, right...? Now, when our one and only Voyager is just about to venture leaving the Solar System the very first time? We don't even know what is inside the Sun or where the Sun's energy is coming from, but we know for sure that there are 60 Billion livable planets in our galaxy. Not 50 or 70 Billion..no!
 Quoting: emerald_glow


Actually the number is fifty nine billion nine hundred seventy three million eight hundred thirty six thousand two hundred and fourteen... They just rounded up. It's called an estimate for a reason, don't be an idiot.
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I think you must be my real mother & father. Hi.

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Also, the actual classified documents from Project Blue Book (Air Tactical Intelligence Command's official reports on UFO studies) stated that there were most likely between 2 and 6 intelligent races just within our own galaxy. Keep in mind this is a very small dwarf galaxy currently descending into a MUCH bigger and older one.
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