- Nov 11, 2019
So what makes you think that billions of years of evolut
So what makes you think that billions of years of evolution haven't been taking place all along?
Interesting science - now when are any of them going to comment on such as myself who has stood 20ft from two 'starling-like chirruping' blues as you call them. Plus walked along a road with a grassy verge - with one 7ft-8ft? tall totally cloaked individual keeping step with me on a country tractor roadway in central Schleswig-Holstein - grass compressed with each footstep imprint ~15" long. AND THAT is only a start as six of us witnessed a craft disappear in a flash after two had crossed the night sky from south to north as fast as you could turn you're head and just one stopped dead in an instant before racing off at speed. When worldwide these reports come in any numbskulls?? ignore them...................!!!
Yeah, it's fun to fantasize about going to other planets but, I think we should prioritize fixing this planet.So far, no evidence of life has been found on any of these "wonderful" planets, and our modern technology pretty much prohibits us travelling to even the closest. We haven't even made it to the closest planet in our solar system, but it would probably be a lot cheaper to build permanent settlements on the moon and Mars than it would be to reach a planet that is hundreds of years of travel time away. There are a lot of science fiction stories describing landing on new 'Earth-like' planets, and many tell of unforeseen diseases or other catastrophes that tend to wipe out the settlers. Every one of those stories is at least as plausible as any plan we have developed to reach and colonize these distant planets.
I just love science fiction. Keep the adult fairy tales coming .
How does people living in modern society convince themselves that science is 'fairy tales' or 'science fiction'!? The science is laid out (somewhat poorly I think, comparing with what the paper actually does) in the article.Remember, today's science fiction is tomorrow's science fact.
If you include Earth, we have an example, and the goal of astrobiology science is to find more life. The article describes ongoing work, and that is all there is to it in a young science that will need decades of work by people that have a more realistic view of nature. Processes rarely produce just one system or object, that would take finetuning, so there is no obvious merit in the argument when we still have too weak instruments to do a good test.So far, no evidence of life has been found on any of these "wonderful" planets, and our modern technology pretty much prohibits us travelling to even the closest.
Absolutely not possible is a very negative terminology. 15,000,000,000 years in which tomato soup could have been invented many times over... Plus present parallelism alongside ourselves brings up some more interesting existences to ponder upon...... Amazing Cosmos..... Very inept sciences... Wonder why US Navy worried about a few aliens and their supper-duper UFO's - are they also really inept scardie-cats, or just dumbnuts???
Why do astrobiologists keep on assuming that there are other planets that might be conducive to life, when in fact, they have found none that even remotely fits the requirements for life as the earth does ? They continue to conjecture of the possibility for life to exist elsewhere, but have no hard data to support their "belief", just further hypothesis.At least two dozen planets outside the solar system might be better for life than Earth.
Planets more hospitable to life than Earth may already have been discovered : Read more