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(News.com.au)   This just in: Alien buildings found on the surface of Mercury   (news.com.au) divider line 15
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2014-02-20 07:49:12 AM
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MagicMissile: Whether or not he is right or wrong, I find it amazing how many people are eagerly willing to dismiss the idea of intelligent life out there. It's the same people that mock religion on a daily basis . It's like certain people won't be satisfied unless we humans are alone in our little corner of out galaxy , where we can be pretentious and sneer at one another daily .


I'm not dismissing the possibility of intelligent life out in the universe. As far as I'm concerned it's a certainty. I just think that Mercury is absolutely the last place I'd look for it.

Also, what's wrong with mocking religion? All they have to do to get me on their team is present some evidence other than a pack of third had eyewitness accounts from a couple thousand years ago written in a dead language. All I'm asking for is for is one verifiable case of god healing a single amputee. Writing "I AM" in twenty mile high letters of fire on the moon would be nice and wouldn't be much trouble for an omnipotent being who was actually interested in being known but I'll settle for a single amputee.
2014-02-20 07:47:18 AM
2 votes:
Tholians... it's gotta be Tholians.

/Loskeeeeeene!!!
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2014-02-20 03:16:27 AM
2 votes:

phlegmmo: One UFO expert is convinced NASA photos show a city on the red-hot planet's surface.

I challenge that evaluation.


But you don't understand, he's an EXPERT.  Just because his field of expertise is imaginary, doesn't mean he's wrong...  Oh, wait it does.
2014-02-20 11:33:33 AM
1 votes:
This is like something from Hg Wells
2014-02-20 08:23:12 AM
1 votes:

PC LOAD LETTER: broberds: Turns out Mercury isn't tidally locked; it rotates three times for every two revolutions around the sun. So no sweet spot, temperature-wise, at a permanent terminator line.
On the other hand, its tiny axial tilt does promise the possibility of reasonable conditions at the poles. Maybe.
At any rate it's better than Venus.

Venus was Earth temp a few million years back. And don't forget the tops of the clouds are like 50F. I would look for Bespin.


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2014-02-20 08:22:10 AM
1 votes:

broberds: Turns out Mercury isn't tidally locked; it rotates three times for every two revolutions around the sun. So no sweet spot, temperature-wise, at a permanent terminator line.
On the other hand, its tiny axial tilt does promise the possibility of reasonable conditions at the poles. Maybe.
At any rate it's better than Venus.


Venus was Earth temp a few million years back. And don't forget the tops of the clouds are like 50F. I would look for Bespin.
2014-02-20 08:19:35 AM
1 votes:
Grainy Photos +  Pareidolia + Unstable Brain =

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2014-02-20 08:18:58 AM
1 votes:
Turns out Mercury isn't tidally locked; it rotates three times for every two revolutions around the sun. So no sweet spot, temperature-wise, at a permanent terminator line.
On the other hand, its tiny axial tilt does promise the possibility of reasonable conditions at the poles. Maybe.
At any rate it's better than Venus.
2014-02-20 08:16:12 AM
1 votes:

MagicMissile: Whether or not he is right or wrong, I find it amazing how many people are eagerly willing to dismiss the idea of intelligent life out there. It's the same people that mock religion on a daily basis . It's like certain people won't be satisfied unless we humans are alone in our little corner of out galaxy , where we can be pretentious and sneer at one another daily .


I mock religion on a daily basis and think there is intelligent life in the universe, just that there is a 0% chance that this is that life.
2014-02-20 07:59:31 AM
1 votes:
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2014-02-20 07:55:20 AM
1 votes:

Monkeyhouse Zendo: RobSeace: Is there a hidden schooner or something?

I thought it was a sailboat.


You might be right about a boat on the right side, but the one on the left is a dinghy.

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2014-02-20 07:39:12 AM
1 votes:
Whether or not he is right or wrong, I find it amazing how many people are eagerly willing to dismiss the idea of intelligent life out there. It's the same people that mock religion on a daily basis . It's like certain people won't be satisfied unless we humans are alone in our little corner of out galaxy , where we can be pretentious and sneer at one another daily .
2014-02-20 07:19:04 AM
1 votes:
resources2.news.com.au

no nws warning for this?!??
2014-02-20 07:12:44 AM
1 votes:
It's almost like the human brain is wired to recognize and interpret human faces. No way this biological software could be fooled by some appropriately scaled and positioned marks... :-)
2014-02-20 02:33:42 AM
1 votes:
One UFO expert is convinced NASA photos show a city on the red-hot planet's surface.

I challenge that evaluation.
 
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