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Earth-like Planet found 20 Light-years away



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Who cares if there is alien life on this planet? Big deal, there's plenty of lifeforms that exist on our own planet. I guess it would be sort of interesting to see how things evolved in a different place. But the biggest interest, in my opinion, is whether the planet would be able to sustain human life. We're going to need to move somewhere else eventually, due to overpopulation or exhaustion of resources. Traveling across the stars as a band of nomadic parasites seems the way to go.
 

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well, i can see that you never saw alien vs. predator.
Man, you almost gave us away! Er-

I do believe that there's a large amount of life out there. Do you know how many galaxies are beyond our reach?

There could be a planet inhabited by Crab People even.
in soviet america, crab people inhabit the Kennedy s
 

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Who cares if there is alien life on this planet? Big deal, there's plenty of lifeforms that exist on our own planet. I guess it would be sort of interesting to see how things evolved in a different place. But the biggest interest, in my opinion, is whether the planet would be able to sustain human life. We're going to need to move somewhere else eventually, due to overpopulation or exhaustion of resources. Traveling across the stars as a band of nomadic parasites seems the way to go.
It would seem like the next best step. I have a feeling that if we get the right technology, we will do a lot of planet hoping.
 
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I reckon if we could move, we should do our best to prevent global warming.
 

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It's very interesting that we found another planet that can possibly sustain life, but I'm glad it's this far away. We shouldn't touch it, we've already had problems with taking care of our own planet.
 

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on top of our own problems, what about that planet's problems? because, you know, Humans haven't been that great to eachother. imagine what an alien race might be like.
 

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Why would you be wary? If they have the impossible technology to break the laws of physics and go faster than light, then there's not much we can do.
 

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-Hey guys! I found a planet thats like ousrs, but lightyears away. Its rotation is equivalent to thirteen days, but it has atmosphere! We can live on it!

-Thats great dude. Heres your next assignment. Get us there.
 

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Why would you be wary? If they have the impossible technology to break the laws of physics and go faster than light, then there's not much we can do.
I mean, eventually, if there was someway we could get there, would we really want them to know there was more life out there? do we want to call attention to ourselves?
 
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