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They found one near us.

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oh sure its habitable only its about 20 light-years away!
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Would take far too long to reach at currently achievable speeds. Interesting though
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Interesting, people don't get the wrong idea, this isn't for inhabiting or moving to, it's to see if there is any other life out there.
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US astronomers said Wednesday they have discovered an Earth-sized planet that they think might be habitable, orbiting a nearby star, and believe there could be many more planets like it in space.


It's 20 light years away. We're not gonna be able to get anywhere near it for the next century.
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Just goes to show we are not special.

Do you really think that we'd have the ONLY habitable planet in an infinite universe?
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negative posts. In the pit, everything is bad news.


Cool, though.

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#10
Terrible for humans
Awesome thoughts for what might be living there. Some form of creature adapted for extreme darkness and cold.....and some creature adapted for extreme heat and light. War?
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oh sure its habitable only its about 20 light-years away!


20 light years is quite close. The closest star to the Sun is 4 light years, and the galaxy is around 200,000 light years across.
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This discovery is similar in so many ways to that of Gliese 581c that it's startling. Only real differences are that Gliese 581g is quite a bit smaller than c and a bit further away. Either way, it's not confirmed to be habitable yet, and it's too far away (in a conventional sense) to even really worry about. It is an interesting discovery, though.
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Ya like I'm interested in going someplace that's gonna make me 3 to 4 times heavier than I already am.
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That's not near us.
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Terrible for humans
Awesome thoughts for what might be living there. Some form of creature adapted for extreme darkness and cold.....and some creature adapted for extreme heat and light. War?


Nah, would be peaceful man, at least between the two races, there wouldn't be any territory to fight over.

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Terrible for humans
Awesome thoughts for what might be living there. Some form of creature adapted for extreme darkness and cold.....and some creature adapted for extreme heat and light. War?

Or it's possible they are still at the microscopic level, or not there at all
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Ya like I'm interested in going someplace that's gonna make me 3 to 4 times heavier than I already am.


You'd also get stronger quicker, or should. Dragon Ball Z explained it to me when Goku died the first time.
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That's not near us.

Considering the distance from object to object in space, it's near.
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Hale storms would be pretty bad.

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Do you really think that we'd have the ONLY habitable planet in an infinite universe?


A lot of people still actually think we're a rare exception for some reason. But I agree how can we be the only life-sustaining world in such a vast universe?
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A lot of people still actually think we're a rare exception for some reason. But I agree how can we be the only life-sustaining world in such a vast universe?

Or the only life. But I doubt we've been visited. Any other advanced life is very likely galaxies away
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Actually,

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Considering the distance from object to object in space, it's near.

this is true. but it is still far, i mean it will take forever for us to get there.
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I think it'd be really awesome actually if scientists discover something there, even if it's just a microscopic piece of shit.

It's certain there's more stuff then us in the universe, and this'll be an amazing discovery if they do find anything.


I doubt they will though.
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Or the only life. But I doubt we've been visited. Any other advanced life is very likely galaxies away


Exactly, and I feel like a species that advanced would destroy themselves before they could try such a feat. Like us... the more advanced we become the more we destroy ourselves.
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they've found alot of planets thats could "potentially" support life. eg...Mars



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Exactly, and I feel like a species that advanced would destroy themselves before they could try such a feat. Like us... the more advanced we become the more we destroy ourselves.



I think the fact that we haven't been visited yet is strong evidence that civilisations don't make it that far.

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Considering the distance from object to object in space, it's near.
Sure. But it's still not near us.

I understand the size of the universe and everything, but in order for me to consider something close we have to be able to get to it.
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they've found alot of planets thats could "potentially" support life. eg...Mars


Jupiter's moon Europa is a very good candidate as well.
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they've found alot of planets thats could "potentially" support life. eg...Mars

I think Mars is Earth's future. Eventually it will turn into a wasteland with only rock and sand.
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Sure. But it's still not near us.

I understand the size of the universe and everything, but in order for me to consider something close we have to be able to get to it.

If your in a huge room and there's a chair 10 ft from you it may be considered near, but in a small room, it may no be.

It's comparative.
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Mars could potentially support life?
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If your in a huge room and there's a chair 10 ft from you it may be considered near, but in a small room, it may no be.

It's comparative.
I know and understand. I've been around space stuff my entire life.

And it's not close.
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