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(Some Guy)   Robots may help astronomers discover other habitable planets in the galaxy and destroy them too   (astrobiology.com) divider line
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2020-10-24 12:55:04 AM  
not before we start harvesting raw resources from

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/Uranus
 
2020-10-24 2:58:16 AM  
5 light years or 5 million - there's no difference, these "new Earths" are about as accessible as the Heavenly Firmament they are nailed to with golden nails by the god almighty.
 
2020-10-24 3:36:57 AM  

pup.socket: 5 light years or 5 million - there's no difference, these "new Earths" are about as accessible as the Heavenly Firmament they are nailed to with golden nails by the god almighty.


Until one of the Mars rovers spots wormsign.
 
2020-10-24 7:34:53 AM  
I like reading the astronomy section the next day to see if they got my prediction right.

/taurus
 
2020-10-24 9:59:58 AM  
Von Neumann Probe
Programmed to Multiply
Clickin and Tickin
With the Equation of Phi

Oh wait, different thing.
 
2020-10-24 10:39:04 AM  
Any named Daniel?
 
2020-10-24 12:59:52 PM  
Unless we can find a way to get around the laws of physics we will never inhabit these 'habitable' planets.
 
2020-10-24 1:09:50 PM  

Tom Marvolo Bombadil: pup.socket: 5 light years or 5 million - there's no difference, these "new Earths" are about as accessible as the Heavenly Firmament they are nailed to with golden nails by the god almighty.

Until one of the Mars rovers spots wormsign.


A gate on Phobos, more likely.
 
2020-10-24 2:40:02 PM  
The robots don't exist and we already have them multitasking
 
2020-10-24 2:43:06 PM  
The reciprocal arrangement could be worrisome.  What if alien invaders don't come to destroy us or to save us, but instead turn out to be the same kind of chucklefark morons that humans are?
 
2020-10-24 6:28:03 PM  

Raoul Eaton: The reciprocal arrangement could be worrisome.  What if alien invaders don't come to destroy us or to save us, but instead turn out to be the same kind of chucklefark morons that humans are?


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2020-10-24 6:31:47 PM  

wax_on: Unless we can find a way to get around the laws of physics we will never inhabit these 'habitable' planets.


not with that attitude you won't
 
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