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#1
http://uk.news.yahoo.com/18/20091216/tsc-scientists-discover-earth-like-water-c2ff8aa.html
Is this awesome? I think it might be, even with the monumentally tiny chance of there being any life.
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#2
Oh mad.
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So? It proves it's possible. This is a good sign.
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#9
"The "newfound world" is too hot to sustain life as we know it, "

Call me when we are capable of living on it.
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"The "newfound world" is too hot to sustain life as we know it, "

Call me when we are capable of living on it.

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#11
Theoretically, would the existence of aliens prove the Bible false?
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"The "newfound world" is too hot to sustain life as we know it, "

Call me when we are capable of living on it.

Dude it's full of precooked lobster.
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#13
aliens are so last year, robots are where its at now. sorry but thats the word on the street.
#14
The "newfound world" is too hot to sustain life as we know it, said the Harvard-Smithsonian Centre for Astrophysics in a statement.



Its temperature is estimated at between 280 and 120 degrees Celsius (536 and 248 degrees Fahrenheit) with its host star about one-fifth the size of the Sun, according to the scientists.


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#15
I thought they've found tons of these already?
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#16
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"as we know it" being the key words.

I'm thinking that if life did evolve there, it would've evolved to withstand those sorts of temperatures.
#17
dont tell the religious ones
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I thought they've found tons of these already?

Tons of planets, but not a water filled one with a self contained atmosphere. Also, life as we know it. It is pretty likely that there are more possible ways for life to develop.
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#19
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Edit: 42 light years? That's so ridiculously far away we'll probably never make it that far in the existence of our planet.


Some German brohams made a particle go faster than light speed a couple of months ago. If they can figure out how this actually happened then we may be able to get there quicker than you think. Certainly before our planet is engulfed by the sun at any rate.
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#21
pics or it didn't happen


but really... pretty cool
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Pfftt. That takes like 1 minute going through the Stargate.


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#23
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"as we know it" being the key words.

I'm thinking that if life did evolve there, it would've evolved to withstand those sorts of temperatures.

exactly, who are we to say that all life ever needs the temperatures that we deal with on earth, or even that all life needs water. That is all we have experienced, that doesn't make it the only possible option.
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#24
Awesome, except the whole burning temperature thing.
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#25
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Some German brohams made a particle go faster than light speed a couple of months ago. If they can figure out how this actually happened then we may be able to get there quicker than you think. Certainly before our planet is engulfed by the sun at any rate.


can you link that?

iv always been told by physics teachers that 3e8 is the fastest possible speed
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#26
When they find a planet that can actually sustain life, let me know. Other than that, I could care less.

And that one that will probably sustain life once it's surface cools from liquid to rock doesn't count.
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It was a photon. They propelled light faster than it's supposed to, but it wasn't an actual piece of mass.
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When they find a planet that can actually sustain life, let me know. Other than that, I couldn't care less.

Fixed. Come on, dude, think about it.
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#28
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Some German brohams made a particle go faster than light speed a couple of months ago. If they can figure out how this actually happened then we may be able to get there quicker than you think. Certainly before our planet is engulfed by the sun at any rate.

No, they didn't. I can't recall exactly what it was, but no laws of physics or relativity were violated in that experiment.

Edit: and if it was a photon like mentioned, remember that the speed of light is constant relative to everything, including the speed of light.
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#29
The so-called "super Earth" is about 42 light years away...

on this planet we will find the answer to life, the universe, and everything!!1111
...why?
#30
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When they find a planet that can actually sustain life, let me know. Other than that, I could care less.

And that one that will probably sustain life once it's surface cools from liquid to rock doesn't count.It was a photon. They propelled light faster than it's supposed to, but it wasn't an actual piece of mass.


ah okay. no longer interested
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#32
That's awesome. But we'll have to wait for it to cool down before we go exploring, yeah?
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exactly, who are we to say that all life ever needs the temperatures that we deal with on earth, or even that all life needs water. That is all we have experienced, that doesn't make it the only possible option.

The chemical reactions necessary to sustain anything we would consider 'life' can't happen properly at those temperatures. We may discover something that changes our definition of 'life,' though, which would be interesting.
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#36
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No, they didn't. I can't recall exactly what it was, but no laws of physics or relativity were violated in that experiment.

Edit: and if it was a photon like mentioned, remember that the speed of light is constant relative to everything, including the speed of light.


Yeah it was a microwave photon if I recall correctly. Still a particle, albeit not one with mass. Worked on a phenomenon called quantum tunneling or something. Granted it's still in extremely early stages at the moment. It may have potential though.

It's gonna be a long time before our sun goes red giant. We have a long time yet to investigate such things presuming we don't destroy ourselves. My point still stands.
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Edit: 42 light years? That's so ridiculously far away we'll probably never make it that far in the existence of our planet.


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#39
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No, they didn't. I can't recall exactly what it was, but no laws of physics or relativity were violated in that experiment.

Edit: and if it was a photon like mentioned, remember that the speed of light is constant relative to everything, including the speed of light.

what if our speed of light is not right and we have been going about it the wrong way the whole time, preventing us from discovering how to go the speed of light, eh
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#40
Sucks for Global Warming People. It's like 5 times as hot as earth and it still has ice...
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