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...and where did you hear this?by the way... if i remember right its not 20 light years away, its 20 MILLION light years away, considering that it is in a whole new galaxy and all, plus were seeing what might have been there 20 million years ago, so it could have been wiped out by a meteor by now.
and living 20 years on some space ship while moving at the speed of light is more likely? but it doesn't matter, i wasn't serious about wormholesWormholes are hypothetical, though.
yeah, i doubt we could make mars barf. they treat the earth as some nancy-boy, but the earth is a b!tchin' tough planet. i'm talking an entire planet made of chuck norris and bruce lee. it's been hit my meteors more times then you've taken a dump.Animation about Earth - Google Video
But look what we'll do if we move to other planets!
No one does. It's pretty safe to say, however, that there is no life on other planets within our solar system, though (except maybe Mars).How do you know that life doesn't exsist on another planet already?
If the planet's mass and density vary proportionally with Earth's mass and density, then the atmosphere should be able to filter out more UV radiation. Whether it will filter out enough is not known, however.The life on the planet would have to cope with the Solar radiation and the high gravity. Even so I'm not sure if we'd ever be able to reach this planet. Technology is too limited.
No, it's less likely. My point is that it's next to impossible.and living 20 years on some space ship while moving at the speed of light is more likely? but it doesn't matter, i wasn't serious about wormholes
90% of them aren't even inhabitable anyhow.Square Ninja said:No one does. It's pretty safe to say, however, that there is no life on other planets within our solar system, though (except maybe Mars).