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Old March 5th, 2011, 07:36 PM   #1
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There is no doubt in my mind that there is life out there, but I doubt even if they are intelligent they would be capable of traveling to our planet.

If the sun was as big as this period . the nearest star would be 8 miles away to put things in perspective! That's just too great of a distance to travel! Traveling at the speed of light 186000 miles per hour it would take 4.3 years to reach even our nearest star!

But in our own galaxy there is more stars than all the grains of sand on earth, there are more galaxies in the universe than there are stars in our own galaxy....somewhere out there is a star just like our sun with planets capable of supporting life!

This shit is all mind boggling when you really think about it and just how small we are in the universe

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But in our own galaxy there is more stars than all the grains of sand on earth, there are more galaxies in the universe than there are stars in our own galaxy....somewhere out there is a star just like our sun with planets capable of supporting life!
Bullshit!! Without going aout and counting I assume there is more than 400 billion grains of sand on earth. I don't know where you get your facts but maybe they are just from your head after smoking a bunch of reefer with you son.
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There is no doubt in my mind that there is life out there, but I doubt even if they are intelligent they would be capable of traveling to our planet.

If the sun was as big as this period . the nearest star would be 8 miles away to put things in perspective! That's just too great of a distance to travel! Traveling at the speed of light 186000 miles per hour it would take 4.3 years to reach even our nearest star!

But in our own galaxy there is more stars than all the grains of sand on earth, there are more galaxies in the universe than there are stars in our own galaxy....somewhere out there is a star just like our sun with planets capable of supporting life!

This shit is all mind boggling when you really think about it and just how small we are in the universe
Worm holes brother...... why follow a path when you can use the short cut.
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Old March 5th, 2011, 09:34 PM   #10
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Bullshit!! Without going aout and counting I assume there is more than 400 billion grains of sand on earth. I don't know where you get your facts but maybe they are just from your head after smoking a bunch of reefer with you son.
Alright there is estimated to be about 400,000,000,000 (400
billion) stars in our galaxy, but a 50% error either way is quite plausible.

But there are roughly 100 stars in the universe for every grain of sand on the earth.


The Hubble telescope is capable of detecting about 80 billion
galaxies (although not all of these within the foreseeable future!).
In fact, there must be many more than this, even within the observable
Universe, since the most
common kind of galaxy in our own neighborhood is the faint dwarfs
which are difficult enough to see nearby, much less at large
cosmological distances. For example, in our own local group, there are
3 or 4 giant galaxies which would be detectable at a billion
light-years or more (Andromeda, the Milky Way, the Pinwheel in
Triangulum, and maybe the Large Magellanic Cloud). However, there are
at least another 20 faint members, which would be difficult to find at
100 million light-years, much less the billions of light years to
which the brightest galaxies can be seen.

So the lower end estimate for the number of galaxies is 8 x 10^10

If we accept even the lower end of these Hubble figures, and if our
Milky Way has a typical number of stars in it, that puts the number of
stars in the universe to be at least
(2 x 10^11) x (8 x 10^10) = 16 x 10^ 21

So if we round the number of sand grains to, say, 10^20
and round the number of stars to, say 10^22
then there are at least 100 stars in the universe for every grain of sand on earth.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it
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Alright there is estimated to be about 400,000,000,000 (400
billion) stars in our galaxy, but a 50% error either way is quite plausible.

But there are roughly 100 stars in the universe for every grain of sand on the earth.


The Hubble telescope is capable of detecting about 80 billion
galaxies (although not all of these within the foreseeable future!).
In fact, there must be many more than this, even within the observable
Universe, since the most
common kind of galaxy in our own neighborhood is the faint dwarfs
which are difficult enough to see nearby, much less at large
cosmological distances. For example, in our own local group, there are
3 or 4 giant galaxies which would be detectable at a billion
light-years or more (Andromeda, the Milky Way, the Pinwheel in
Triangulum, and maybe the Large Magellanic Cloud). However, there are
at least another 20 faint members, which would be difficult to find at
100 million light-years, much less the billions of light years to
which the brightest galaxies can be seen.

So the lower end estimate for the number of galaxies is 8 x 10^10

If we accept even the lower end of these Hubble figures, and if our
Milky Way has a typical number of stars in it, that puts the number of
stars in the universe to be at least
(2 x 10^11) x (8 x 10^10) = 16 x 10^ 21

So if we round the number of sand grains to, say, 10^20
and round the number of stars to, say 10^22
then there are at least 100 stars in the universe for every grain of sand on earth.

So put that in your pipe and smoke it
Yah!!!! what he said!
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Man, haven't any of you watched Men in Black. The universes are just marbles in a sachel on the shoulder of another life form. Jeez

Why would anything want to come here anyways, we messed too much up as it is and there ought to be better canidates for an invasion.
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Old March 5th, 2011, 09:52 PM   #13
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But in our own galaxy there is more stars than all the grains of sand on earth
Quoted to show the bullshit your following post confirmed as bullshit


also, if you would have read the article that you copy and pasted your data from you would be aware that your figure of grains of sand on earth is actually the number of grains of sand on all the world's beaches. It does not take into account any desserts, or sand found everywhere and anywhere besides beaches(i.e bottoms of oceans, mixed in all soils, your vagina)

I would bet my house that there is 100 times more sand on earth than just the sand found on our beaches.

Buttttttttt we have no way of actually proving how many stars there are or grains of sand on earth.

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Old March 5th, 2011, 09:58 PM   #14
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Old March 5th, 2011, 10:22 PM   #15
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Quoted to show the bullshit your following post confirmed as bullshit


also, if you would have read the article that you copy and pasted your data from you would be aware that your figure of grains of sand on earth is actually the number of grains of sand on all the world's beaches. It does not take into account any desserts, or sand found everywhere and anywhere besides beaches(i.e bottoms of oceans, mixed in all soils, your vagina)

I would bet my house that there is 100 times more sand on earth than just the sand found on our beaches.

Buttttttttt we have no way of actually proving how many stars there are or grains of sand on earth.
Lets just agree that there is an ass load of sand and stars...I am just pointing out that I believe with so many stars there are many just like our sun, out of those there are many that have planets orbiting around them that can support life, hence I do believe there is life on another planet besides ours. But I call bullshit on traveling through worm holes and going warp speed and all this other crap I just don't think it is possible even for an advanced species. The day I see one I will believe, we could be the smartest living creatures in the universe...who knows?
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Old March 6th, 2011, 07:52 AM   #17
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ok... i believe there has to be some sort of other life in the universe. how can the giant expanse of the universe only have one planet that can sustain life? that just makes no sense to me. it doesnt matter anyway. if what ur saying is true about the hubble can see planets that are billions of lightyears away, then we are still only seeing the light feom that planet whatever amount of billions of lightyears ago. we are looking at the past of the planet. so how would we know what a planet has on it now?
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Traveling at the speed of light 186000 miles per hour it would take 4.3 years to reach even our nearest star!
That should be 186,000 miles per second, not hour.
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There is no doubt in my mind that there is life out there, but I doubt even if they are intelligent they would be capable of traveling to our planet.

If the sun was as big as this period . the nearest star would be 8 miles away to put things in perspective! That's just too great of a distance to travel! Traveling at the speed of light 186000 miles per hour it would take 4.3 years to reach even our nearest star!

But in our own galaxy there is more stars than all the grains of sand on earth, there are more galaxies in the universe than there are stars in our own galaxy....somewhere out there is a star just like our sun with planets capable of supporting life!

This shit is all mind boggling when you really think about it and just how small we are in the universe
I heard a guy once talk about how gravity plays into the speed of light. the farther from the earth the faster light would travel.
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