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Well, the earth is big because it's all we've experienced, and being able to fly anywhere in the world in a day or less doesn't seem to make it feel any bigger.
But when compared to the rest of the universe it just shows how insignificant we humans really are.
I'd love to know we're not alone, but I don't think we'll ever find out. I think the laws , age and sheer unimaginable scale of the Universe make make it extremely difficult for two or more different intelligent life-forms to ever interact with each other.
At 9/17/09 03:02 AM, Presidentjlh wrote:At 9/17/09 02:56 AM, Saren wrote:I find that their ads seem to be less and less about medieval MMORPG and more medieval Massively Made Titties.At 9/17/09 01:26 AM, GeneralAC wrote: Yeah, thats cool and all, But check out this advertisement that was on the page.Ah, all the females on those ads are just amazing....
They are getting good at making ads, I almost clicked it!
If I saw this woman in real life I'd be in a trance
I seriously laughed out loud about that, I thought that was really funny. Good work sir, you win at life.
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At 9/17/09 06:38 AM, zrick wrote: I'd love to know we're not alone, but I don't think we'll ever find out. I think the laws , age and sheer unimaginable scale of the Universe make make it extremely difficult for two or more different intelligent life-forms to ever interact with each other.
yeah i agree. not to mention communication would be so terrible if we ever did manage to meet a different species of intelligent life one of us will destroy the other.
but yeah I doubt it will ever happen short of some monumental discovery of a new transportation technology. Like something that warps space in a way we want it to. since we cant go as fast as light me move our selves and space in the opposite direction etc
who knows there are all kinds of strange things in science
Out of an estimated 9 septillion stars in the universe, we contain life. In other words, there is a 1 in 9,000,000,000,000,000,000 chance that we are unique; even more if you factor in the other planets orbiting those stars.
So we're not only small, we're insignificant as well.
"Hang yourselves you fucking losers." -GoryBlizzard, 2015
You posted an ad right in the middle of the thread. Come on..
On topic: I know right. Look up those comparison videos of Earth and the other planets then the Sun and the much larger stars. Headache.
At 9/17/09 11:52 AM, Alamadu wrote: who knows there are all kinds of strange things in science
You're talking about the theoretical world of "wormholes", which could be our best chance at traveling long distances across the universe, if we could harness these wormholes.