The big question about life on other planets: 1000000000000000000000 planets in the universe

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You have everything backwards. If humans move to Mars they will evolve to Mars and then the earth will be strange

Wake up we can go anywhere and be anything
You can't live on Mars or too long because they have no molten core and therefore no magnetic field and therefore no protection from solar radiation.
The people will need to live in habitats but the differences you mention will cause mutations and evolution and adaptation. The people born on Mars will not be able to live on Earth because of a lack of immunity as Mars is sterile, or so went an article I read
 

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You have everything backwards. If humans move to Mars they will evolve to Mars and then the earth will be strange

Wake up we can go anywhere and be anything
You can't live on Mars or too long because they have no molten core and therefore no magnetic field and therefore no protection from solar radiation.
The people will need to live in habitats but the differences you mention will cause mutations and evolution and adaptation. The people born on Mars will not be able to live on Earth because of a lack of immunity as Mars is sterile, or so went an article I read
IMO, no one knows what will happen because it hasn't ever been done.
 

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You have everything backwards. If humans move to Mars they will evolve to Mars and then the earth will be strange

Wake up we can go anywhere and be anything
You can't live on Mars or too long because they have no molten core and therefore no magnetic field and therefore no protection from solar radiation.
The people will need to live in habitats but the differences you mention will cause mutations and evolution and adaptation. The people born on Mars will not be able to live on Earth because of a lack of immunity as Mars is sterile, or so went an article I read
IMO, no one knows what will happen because it hasn't ever been done.
Well two things are possible.

1. Everybody dies
2. Everybody adapts and evolves to a different setting.

Nothing is special about Earth, we are not from here anyway
 

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Haven't any of you lived next to the Fucko's?

I mean Mr & Mrs Fucko, and all their fucko kids and fucko relatives, constantly doing fucko things that fuck with everything?

Yeah.....you sneak in/out ..... don't acknowledge their existence .... don't attract their attention......don't want them to even know you're next door........

Now copy/paste that notion to any 'intelligent' being(s) flying on by this rock


~S~
 

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You have everything backwards. If humans move to Mars they will evolve to Mars and then the earth will be strange

Wake up we can go anywhere and be anything
You can't live on Mars or too long because they have no molten core and therefore no magnetic field and therefore no protection from solar radiation.
The people will need to live in habitats but the differences you mention will cause mutations and evolution and adaptation. The people born on Mars will not be able to live on Earth because of a lack of immunity as Mars is sterile, or so went an article I read
IMO, no one knows what will happen because it hasn't ever been done.
Well two things are possible.

1. Everybody dies
2. Everybody adapts and evolves to a different setting.

Nothing is special about Earth, we are not from here anyway
Where we from?
 

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You have everything backwards. If humans move to Mars they will evolve to Mars and then the earth will be strange

Wake up we can go anywhere and be anything
You can't live on Mars or too long because they have no molten core and therefore no magnetic field and therefore no protection from solar radiation.
The people will need to live in habitats but the differences you mention will cause mutations and evolution and adaptation. The people born on Mars will not be able to live on Earth because of a lack of immunity as Mars is sterile, or so went an article I read
IMO, no one knows what will happen because it hasn't ever been done.
Well two things are possible.

1. Everybody dies
2. Everybody adapts and evolves to a different setting.

Nothing is special about Earth, we are not from here anyway
Where we from?
Where ever God is from...…………………………..
 

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Haven't any of you lived next to the Fucko's?

I mean Mr & Mrs Fucko, and all their fucko kids and fucko relatives, constantly doing fucko things that fuck with everything?

Yeah.....you sneak in/out ..... don't acknowledge their existence .... don't attract their attention......don't want them to even know you're next door........

Now copy/paste that notion to any 'intelligent' being(s) flying on by this rock


~S~
He looks brighter than anyone at NASA who put astronauts in Pure O2 to burn up
 

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. In fact, it is so precious the odds of something like that occurring on its own are infinitesimally impossible, at least, that is what we learn every time we discover a lifeless world.
We could literally survey 100 billion more planets and find no life, and it would not tell us that. As of right now, we have only surveyed one planet. And it has life.
 

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Some put the odds similar to having 10,000 decks of cards shuffled and drawing 10,000 Aces of Spades off the top. Or having a tornado go through a parts yard and putting an automobile together.
And those "some" are just pulling numbers (and fallacies)out of their asses.
 

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. In fact, it is so precious the odds of something like that occurring on its own are infinitesimally impossible, at least, that is what we learn every time we discover a lifeless world.
We could literally survey 100 billion more planets and find no life, and it would not tell us that. As of right now, we have only surveyed one planet. And it has life.
Actually to survey 100 billion planets would optimistically take a trillion years

Try again simpleton
 

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The only question is: how much CO2 is on the atmosphere in each planet and how much has it increased recently?
Yeah, it could be like Venus with 96% CO2 and a surface over 860 degrees -- hot enough to melt lead and zinc. Lot's of green house gas there.

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not sure how they know its a planet if all they can see is a point of light,,

of course they can assume its a planet but that doesnt mean it is
Wobble was an earlier method, but now they use planetary eclipses.
NASA Finds 1,284 Alien Planets, Biggest Haul Yet, with Kepler Space Telescope

The Kepler space telescope has found over a thousand planets. The telescope has been surveying the sky for years looking for dips in brightness that occur in a regular pattern. The temporal spacing of these regular planetary eclipses gives the orbit frequency, The transit time gives the speed. The change in spectrum can sometimes give an indication of the atmosphere of the planet. Also two or more synchronous patterns can detect multiple planets around the same star. There is other information that can determine the size and mass, etc.

This is makes it very probable that planets have been found.

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The only question is: how much CO2 is on the atmosphere in each planet and how much has it increased recently?
Yeah, it could be like Venus with 96% CO2 and a surface over 860 degrees -- hot enough to melt lead and zinc. Lot's of green house gas there.

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Interesting! So you're claiming that each percentage increase in CO2 will increase temperature by about 9F?

Aren't you the guy that posted the CO2 laser article that said CO2 SUCKS at absorbing energy?

Atmospheric CO2 radiation
 
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not sure how they know its a planet if all they can see is a point of light,,

of course they can assume its a planet but that doesnt mean it is
Wobble was an earlier method, but now they use planetary eclipses.
NASA Finds 1,284 Alien Planets, Biggest Haul Yet, with Kepler Space Telescope

The Kepler space telescope has found over a thousand planets. The telescope has been surveying the sky for years looking for dips in brightness that occur in a regular pattern. The temporal spacing of these regular planetary eclipses gives the orbit frequency, The transit time gives the speed. The change in spectrum can sometimes give an indication of the atmosphere of the planet. Also two synchronous patterns can detect multiple planets around the same star. There is other information that can determine the size and mass, etc.

This is makes it very probable that planets have been found.

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probable doesnt mean they are,,it just means they think they are
 

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