our generation is a degeneration...

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Post Jul 15th '06, 05:30

yah... why the crap did I not hear about this one, I never heard of any form on life yet, I just heard that there was evidence of posibilities of real water! geological imprints etc

(actualy they are preity damn shure like.. more than 98% shure that there was water on mars, like, a guarentee that water is on it.)

Nasa did find this moon orbiting saturn containing water. Thats right, real water bodys, and due to gasses etc, its spouting it into the air/space whatever,
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Post Jul 15th '06, 11:39

shawn(at)fsu: My nephew wants to start doing game modding ...
hux: If he likes Halo, try modding for Marathon, the older Bungie fps game.
interkin3tic: Noooo!!! I did that in high school and look where I am now: SLASHDOT!!!
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Post Jul 15th '06, 16:30

Im starting to get pissed when people asume life is on a planet just because there is water on it.
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Post Jul 15th '06, 17:16

well, water is the ingredient of "our" biology. Making up millions of species in the oceans and on land. Having water on a planet also describes its habitability. Planets that are too close to the sun, burn up everything. A planet not big enough doesnt hold enough mass to create enough gravidy releasing its atmosphere into the air. Finding water doesnt mean that there is living proof of life on it, it just describes if there is or was a posibility of habitablility.

finding anything on a planet is awsome, finding water, is even more awsome

by inspecting and learning from mars, we can aply what we learned to other planets we cant grab hold of, for instance out of our solar system
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Post Jul 16th '06, 00:28

Life can live on a planet without water or light, it just needs somthing in place of those
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Post Jul 16th '06, 01:20

well, ofcourse there is biology that doesnt need light or water or whatever elements, we see it on our planet in the deepest places.
but our main agenda is to find life (proven) sources of life in the universe wether its from commets or other. And the best way to start searching is by looking for stars and planets that hold traits similar to that of our solar system. Better than being pessamistic
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Post Jul 16th '06, 19:30

Im not being pessamistic, im just saying people shouldn't asume (scientists ussually do) that there is life because there is water
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Post Jul 16th '06, 23:37

so is there life or just water?
and how come you assume life can't exist on a planet that's so close to the sun that it evapourates the water?

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Was H2S04.
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Post Jul 16th '06, 23:54

There is life out there. We'll run into each other eventually, they'll laugh at us, then we'll kill them to preserve our tarnished honor.
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Post Jul 17th '06, 03:57

well, on mars, there are no signs of life, but there are signs of water, fo sho!
And thoes results are better than nothing, fo sho

well, statisticaly, you should look in the more life probibal regions in space for life as aposed to looking into harsh enviorments for life (even though life can be anywhere). ..since resources are expencive for space exploration
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Post Jul 17th '06, 15:26

Actually if evelution were true it would an astronomical statistical improbability that two life forms (Im not talking about those singlecelled ones) would be based on the same subdstance, living in the same solar system

the only thing is




























I dont believe in evolution
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Post Jul 18th '06, 17:21

lol, 'inteligent design' ?



(good work with the drama by returns')
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Post Jul 18th '06, 17:28

yes I am a theist But Im keeping it at that because no body gives a rat's ass
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Post Jul 24th '06, 20:10

It was too long to read. I read about 3/4 of it, and it only seemd momentarily funny, not long enough for me to relise I hadnt posted here eariler. And decided to post now. It isnt as funny now.
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Post Jul 24th '06, 20:13

Shadowbreaker wrote:It was too long to read. I read about 3/4 of it, and it only seemd momentarily funny, not long enough for me to relise I hadnt posted here eariler. And decided to post now. It isnt as funny now.

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Slooooooooooooooooooooow......
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LegacyTyphoon

Post Jul 27th '06, 23:50

Is it supposed to be funny?
contrary to popular belief, some people on the pfhorums are capable of posting serious replies
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Post Aug 1st '06, 22:28

What year did the monolith first appear for the cavemen?

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What Billy thought was H20,
Was H2S04.
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Post Aug 2nd '06, 02:10

dunno, what year did you discovered you could talk? sum that plus "x" (x beign the missing value) and voilá, there you go, the answer
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