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(Fox News)   Scientists say the first "Alien Earth" will be found in 2013, but seeing as how these are the same baitches that promised me a fusion-powered flying car by the year 2000, I ain't buying   (foxnews.com) divider line 55
    More: Interesting, Earth, hot Jupiter, kepler space telescope, planetary habitability, Arecibo, nuclear fusions, light-years, Kepler  
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2012-12-29 02:21:02 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: Farker Soze: Make you a bet. If you get a condo on Mars, I'll pay for your life extension. Deal?


Silly you. Life extension isn't real. Only a matter of time before he starts raving about the implausibility of hover boards and the reality of Ice-9.
 
2012-12-29 09:15:51 AM
Screw all that, I want a self-cleaning litterbox.

*shaking fist*
 
2012-12-29 06:29:50 PM
r1niceboy: mrlewish: So you think you can relieve population pressures by colonizing another planet? You do realize that there are 200,000+ additional people born on the planet every day? That would mean that in order to reduce the population that you would have to have 200,000+ +1 people leave the Earth every day for this new planet.

So it's either colonize another planet or a bit of family planning and birth control.

Don't worry, there'll likely be a conflict soon that'll take care of the population. Or a disease. Either way, populations have a way of keeping a balance. You'd better hope we build spaceships. I doubt the alternative will be any fun.


War, Famine, Pestilence, and Death, the shiat will go by the book.
 
2012-12-29 09:17:13 PM

Oldiron_79: r1niceboy: mrlewish: So you think you can relieve population pressures by colonizing another planet? You do realize that there are 200,000+ additional people born on the planet every day? That would mean that in order to reduce the population that you would have to have 200,000+ +1 people leave the Earth every day for this new planet.

So it's either colonize another planet or a bit of family planning and birth control.

Don't worry, there'll likely be a conflict soon that'll take care of the population. Or a disease. Either way, populations have a way of keeping a balance. You'd better hope we build spaceships. I doubt the alternative will be any fun.

War, Famine, Pestilence, and Death, the shiat will go by the book.


Nah... Pestilence retired. Bring on Pollution.
 
2012-12-30 08:43:01 PM

Kibbler: Screw all that, I want a self-cleaning litterbox.
*shaking fist*


A good dog will eat up those cat nuggets as soon as they hit the gravel. They'll even listen for it.
 
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