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Old 12-24-2009, 08:35   #1
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Old 12-24-2009, 13:45   #2
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Yeah this was a good, but inevitable find tbh. It's implausible to consider there aren't billions of earth like terran planets out there. We're going to find more and more as they refine the filters to locate terrestial planets. Whats good about this find is it fixes some ideas we currently had about planet formation. Seeing a terran planet almost 3 times the size of Earth on a star significantly smaller then ours, is impressive.

It's dope, cuz it gives us a significant increase in values for the Drake equation. Although I still won't be impressed till we've got manned flights to outside our solar region with pulse engines or some shiit. Or at least Mars. Mankind is lagging it.
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Yeah this was a good, but inevitable find tbh. It's implausible to consider there aren't billions of earth like terran planets out there. We're going to find more and more as they refine the filters to locate terrestial planets. Whats good about this find is it fixes some ideas we currently had about planet formation. Seeing a terran planet almost 3 times the size of Earth on a star significantly smaller then ours, is impressive.

It's dope, cuz it gives us a significant increase in values for the Drake equation. Although I still won't be impressed till we've got manned flights to outside our solar region with pulse engines or some shiit. Or at least Mars. Mankind is lagging it.
Laggin like turks on conquer
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Yeah this was a good, but inevitable find tbh. It's implausible to consider there aren't billions of earth like terran planets out there. We're going to find more and more as they refine the filters to locate terrestial planets. Whats good about this find is it fixes some ideas we currently had about planet formation. Seeing a terran planet almost 3 times the size of Earth on a star significantly smaller then ours, is impressive.

It's dope, cuz it gives us a significant increase in values for the Drake equation. Although I still won't be impressed till we've got manned flights to outside our solar region with pulse engines or some shiit. Or at least Mars. Mankind is lagging it.
If we didn't waste so much money funding the UN we could invest more properly in sub-light nuclear pulse engines... thy know how to build them....
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If we didn't waste so much money funding the UN we could invest more properly in sub-light nuclear pulse engines... thy know how to build them....
Lol the key words there are we and wasting money. America itself could fund equipment EASILY with minor percentages shaven off any of our extensive budget plans. But apparently star wars systems and military budget are far more important then increasing the rate of scientific breakthrough. We're too busy flexing to gather data.

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