Discussion in 'Science and Technology' started by MindWars, Sep 11, 2019.
Its a website for people who jack off to doomsday scenarios.
In other words, it is based on a theory that has not been proven. Light traveling for millions of years could be affected by any number of sources across that distance. Call me skeptical.
How about we just call you an idiot. Your whole life is based on a theory that hasn't been proven.
What's the atmospheric CO2 content?
I hope they don't decide to invade our country, like the aliens from south of the border.
Yeah, it's like that "hole flow" theory that tube freaks like you use to explain how electricity flows the wrong way.
More uneducated dreck from the 27 year teacher that doesn't teach? What you are trying to refer to is called "conventional flow" of positive to negative caused by the electron holes made in a substrate (displaced valance electrons) due to the displacement of electrons flowing negative to cancel the charge forming an ion. As opposed to electron flow, which is the actual electrons flowing toward the positive source.
Any more crap you got wrong and taught wrong for years to your PS victims you want me to straighten you out on?
If the OP is expecting life there because of water vapor and possible rain clouds, then that isn't good thinking. If there was life there to begin with, then water would be necessary for survival. However, water is an universal solvent, so not good for forming amino acids. Oops, just save your rocket fuel for other planets that actually show signs of life.
Well actually it has been proven & is a very common technique. The data isn’t just taken from the visible part of the light spectrum either...
How to Measure Exoplanet Light – Exoplanet Exploration: Planets Beyond our Solar System
Scientists have no idea how that light is affected by travel across trillions of miles of deep space either!
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