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  • tacopowell
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    Amazes me!

    Just hope I will live long enough to witness some massive discoveries,

    Damn it, I love science!

    racefaceec90
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    don’t forget the other dimensional universes (infinite universes/infinite outcomes of choices that have not been played out in this universe). some physicists believe that for every choice someone doesn’t choose,it will be chosen in an alternative reality (universe).

    now i’m going for a lie down πŸ˜•

    tacopowell
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    some physicists believe that for every choice someone doesn’t choose,it will be chosen in an alternative reality (universe).

    The simple fact is, we’re a long way off from knowing the full extent of what’s really out there, I love thinking about it and seeing how far I can keep understanding before my head implodes!

    I think discovering independently evolved life is the game changer.

    CountZero
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    buzz-lightyear – Member
    I think discovering independently evolved life is the game changer.

    ‘To Infinity, and beyond!’

    tacopowell
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    I think discovering independently evolved life is the game changer.

    Great comment, Just hoping its discovered in my lifetime,
    I’ve also a feeling its right in front of us, we’re just to small to notice it and when we do, we’ll be kicking ourselves, Theories aplenty!

    The Stars are alive?

    tacopowell
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    The Stars are alive?

    Your drunk Tacopowell, Go home!

    Premier Icon darrell
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    all a load of tosh

    we are alone

    and in a simulation

    Premier Icon hoodoo
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    I’m hoping that “they” manage to get an astronomical interferometer into space within the next few years so we can directly image exosolar planets. That will be amazing.

    tacopowell
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    I’m hoping that “they” manage to get an astronomical interferometer into space within the next few years so we can directly image exosolar planets. That will be amazing.

    Realistic target.

    I’m 30 this year, If I live another 30 years (if!) I should look back 30 years from now and see where science was,

    1983- Space Shuttle Challenger makes it’s maiden voyage, paving the way for the first space Walk in 9 years.

    Today, Number of space walks this year? None,

    Yes I know a different science but we’re spending far to much on Wars than space exploration

    I Hope to see leaps in discoveries but Not as much as I hope!

    πŸ˜₯

    lazybike
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    Not much point in exploring infinity……not like its going to lead anywhere.

    tacopowell
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    Not much point in exploring infinity……not like its going to lead anywhere.

    Said Jack Dee πŸ˜†

    lazybike
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    samuri
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    The best bit about finding populated planets will be subduing the inhabitants, stripping their resources and then colonising them before we exit our own poisoned surface.[1]

    You know, unless they’re harder than us.

    [1 We’ve got history and if anyone thinks we won’t do this at the very first opportunity then they’re being very naive.

    lazybike
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    No….you’re thinking of Avatar…

    There was a thing on the radio last week about a probe, that has apparently left our solar system…quite exciting, untill the boffin said it won’t reach the next star for 40 thousand years…

    samuri
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    No, obviously we’ve never colonised anything in space but here on planet earth we’ve got a long, long history of doing precisely this. We’ll do exactly the same as soon as we have some aliens to exploit.

    Premier Icon Drac
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    There was a thing on the radio last week about a probe, that has apparently left our solar system…quite exciting, untill the boffin said it won’t reach the next star for 40 thousand years..

    Voyager 2 1, yeah amazing stuff but another boffin says it hasn’t left yet.

    lazybike
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    Maybe….I think by the time we figure out space travel, and by that I mean travelling at many times the speed of light..we’ll have a totally different attitude to the universe….No… now I’m thinking of star trek πŸ™‚

    lazybike
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    Voyager 2 1, yeah amazing stuff but another boffin says it hasn’t left yet.

    Useless bloody boffins…. πŸ™‚

    Premier Icon zippykona
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    A boffin in the paper last week said they will be able to make a woolly mammoth within the next ten years.
    I would pay a very large amount of money to touch a mammoth.

    rossi46
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    I think discovering independently evolved life is the game changer.

    The question is who will discover who first? They discover us or us discover them?

    lazybike
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    I would pay a very large amount of money to touch a mammoth

    this isn’t yours is it…

    Euro
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    our Sun exists in isolation; it is not gravitationally bound to any other stars.

    If someone could explain how they know this for sure, then i’d be impressed, especially when they aren’t sure about something much less complex like …

    There was a thing on the radio last week about a probe, that has apparently left our solar system…quite exciting, until the boffin said it won’t reach the next star for 40 thousand years… yeah amazing stuff but another boffin says it hasn’t left yet.

    Trimix
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    tacopowell – what we clearly need then are some aliens to threaten us. Then the miliary budget can be spent on space – win, win situation.

    (till the aliens kill us with their death rays)

    lazybike
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    what we clearly need then are some aliens to threaten us. Then the miliary budget can be spent on space – win, win situation

    they’ll get around to it….after they’ve killed everyone who owns an AK47.

    tacopowell
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    tacopowell – what we clearly need then are some aliens to threaten us. Then the miliary budget can be spent on space – win, win situation.

    (till the aliens kill us with their death rays)

    Gears of War style alien invasion? Hell yeah! If it means I get a gun with a chainsaw attached, Sign me up!

    Seriously though, if we spent twice as much on space exploration as we do now, I’d imagine we’d be much closer to new discoveries,
    Crying shame really.

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