Strange alien world found to have water vapor and possibly rain clouds

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    You didn't specify milspec. In which case I agree with you.

    I prefer tron flow to hole flow but that's the way I was trained.

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    You didn't specify milspec. In which case I agree with you.
    Yep. That's why I chose orange. Any Navy electronic tech would see that and know it had to be military grade if band 5 were orange. The "Admiral's" a bum.

    I prefer tron flow to hole flow but that's the way I was trained.
    Totally. Electron flow is the way things work, conventional flow is mainly for analysis and they say more intuitive, but it never was to me.
     
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    The "admiral" doesn't care for me much either.

    Kinda' figured you meant MILSPEC when the fifth band was orange but as I've stated you didn't specify.

    Learning electron flow suggests prior service.

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    The value of asteroids is only potential value until we convert it into actual value.

    But of course I suspect you were joking.
     
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    I dare to differ Tang last forever it's like radioactive waste it has a Half life of like 5 million years. The aliens there will stay there they only come here to watch the animals they planted, they will harvest us soon enough!
     
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    I have no idea what the fuck you are talking about, because you don't either! Just STFU and put me on ignore if you cannot stand being busted!
     
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    Why spend money mining something that will eventually be worthless?

    See Mansa Musa and what he did for the world's supply of gold.
     
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    So now you out yourself as agreeing with me 100%! You are obviously mentally unstable. STFU and go play with your Fallopian tubes!
     
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    You don't seem to grasp how much of these resources are out there, in just NEar Earth Orbits.
    The Asteroid Belt is thousands of times more packed with resources.

    We will be set for an indefinite period of time, virtually endless resources.

    Asteroid mining - Wikipedia
    In 1997 it was speculated that a relatively small metallic asteroid with a diameter of 1.6 km (1 mi) contains more than US$20 trillion worth of industrial and precious metals.[11][63] A comparatively small M-type asteroid with a mean diameter of 1 km (0.62 mi) could contain more than two billion metric tons of ironnickel ore,[64] or two to three times the world production of 2004.[65] The asteroid 16 Psyche is believed to contain 1.7×1019 kg of nickel–iron, which could supply the world production requirement for several million years. A small portion of the extracted material would also be precious metals.

    Not all mined materials from asteroids would be cost-effective, especially for the potential return of economic amounts of material to Earth. For potential return to Earth, platinum is considered very rare in terrestrial geologic formations and therefore is potentially worth bringing some quantity for terrestrial use. Nickel, on the other hand, is quite abundant and being mined in many terrestrial locations, so the high cost of asteroid mining may not make it economically viable.[66]

    Although Planetary Resources indicated in 2012 that the platinum from a 30-meter-long (98 ft) asteroid could be worth US$25–50 billion,[67] an economist remarked any outside source of precious metals could lower prices sufficiently to possibly doom the venture by rapidly increasing the available supply of such metals.[68]

    There are over 1200 1km+ diameter asteroids in Near Earth Orbit alone.

    Asteroid - Wikipedia

    This (asteroid) belt is now estimated to contain between 1.1 and 1.9 million asteroids larger than 1 km (0.6 mi) in diameter,...
    Although fewer Jupiter trojans have been discovered (As of 2010), it is thought that they are as numerous as the asteroids in the asteroid belt. Trojans have been found in the orbits of other planets, including Venus, Earth, Mars, Uranus, and Neptune.

    So that is somewhere between 3 to 4 MILLION asteroids 1km diameter or larger. About 7% of these, 21,000 to 28,000, are M types and are around $20 TRILLION in value.
     
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    Damn right you have no idea what the fuck I was talking about because you're a complete fraud, a lying sack of shit who never trained SEALS, never taught math, and don't know 2+2 when it comes to wiring a DC light bulb to a 12V battery! :auiqs.jpg:
     

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