Nasa's 'holy grail': Entire solar system that could support alien life discovered


Bar Sinister
#31
Quote: Originally Posted by darkbeaverView Post

So how is it that these clowns at NASA konow what temperatrure these hypothetical aliens thrive at? NASA is fake news. They don't know how this solar system works.

NASA in the sixties produced most of the real science fiction, all the liftoffs were televised the astronauts celebrated the nimperial feel good hype elevated. I'v never been to the moon myself and I still can't buy a ticket. I think that's odd.

Five decades later, now flights no resturaunts no casinos. Where's the progress? They suck at climate as well. Maybe spaceX will offer tourist packages soon. Just to be able to get off this planet for a bit.


Perhaps you might consider writing your own science book. I'm sure the Onion would publish it.
 
Blackleaf
#32
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

Fake News!!! NASA is a bunch of fuctard/libtard/climate-clown/dem-dum/socialist/Obamie-commie/dum-de-dum-de-dum/leftie/science nerds.

What the hell do THEY know? Do they think they know more than Breitbart? Hunh? ... Hunh?

It ain't rocket science, ya know!

It wasn't NASA. It was an international team.
 
Curious Cdn
#33
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

It wasn't NASA. It was an international team.

Let me guess ... there was a Brit involved.
 
Blackleaf
#34
Quote: Originally Posted by coldstreamView Post

100,000 years travel away at current technologies..

A lot longer than that.

The fastest spacecraft launched by humans so far is the New Horizons probe which travelled to Pluto. It travels at around 36,373 mph.

This means it would take New Horizons 18,449 years to travel one light year, which is nearly 6 trillion miles.

This newly-discovered system is 39 light years away, which means it would take New Horizons 719,511 years just to travel to this solar system, which is a near neighbour. This means that if Homo Erectus launched New Horizons towards this solar system 719,511 years ago, before Home Sapiens was even around, it'd only just be reaching its destination round about now.
 
Curious Cdn
#35
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

The fastest spacecraft launched by humans so far is the New Horizons probe which travelled to Pluto. It travels at around 36,373 mph.

This means it would take New Horizons 18,449years to travel one light year, which is nearly 6 trillion miles.

This newly-discovered system is 39 light years away, which means it would take New Horizons 719,511 years just to travel to this solar system, which is a near neighbour. This means that if Homo Erectus launched New Horizons towards this solar system 719,511 years ago, before Home Sapiens was even around, it'd only just be reaching its destination round about now.

That brings up an interesting point. No radio signals from this system? Those three planets that are in such proximity to each other that one can see geological features on them from the neighbouring planets ... like the craters that we can see on the Moon... are probably blasted radioactive wastelands after that three way, interplanetary nuclear war that they had a while back. There were plenty of radio signals from there but we were too busy knapping flint and scraping down Mammoth hides to notice them.
 
Blackleaf
#36
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

That brings up an interesting point. No radio signals from this system? Those three planets that are in such proximity to each other that one can see geological features on them from the neighbouring planets ... like the craters that we can see on the Moon... are probably blasted radioactive wastelands after that three way, interplanetary nuclear war that they had a while back. There were plenty of radio signals from there but we were too busy knapping flint and scraping down Mammoth hides to notice them.

Maybe we are receiving signals from that but they are so alien and unrecognisable to us that we just don't realise it. Maybe the "WOW!" signal came from there.
 
Curious Cdn
#37
Quote: Originally Posted by BlackleafView Post

Maybe we are receiving signals from that but they are so alien and unrecognisable to us that we just don't realise it. Maybe the "WOW!" signal came from there.

Hmmm, any kind of pattern, at all would suffice. I wince to think that Alien intelligent life might be receiving TV carrier signals of a Eurovision Sound Contest, running it through their super computing device, unscrambling it and going "What the f...?"
 
Hoof Hearted
#38
Sometimes I think there's alien life on this forum.
 
Bar Sinister
+1
#39
Quote: Originally Posted by Hoof HeartedView Post

Sometimes I think there's alien life on this forum.

But definitely not intelligent life.
 
Cliffy
#40
If there is life on those planets, they would have warp drive and worm hole technology. No GenX alien wouldn't leave home without them.
 
Blackleaf
#41
Quote: Originally Posted by Curious CdnView Post

Hmmm, any kind of pattern, at all would suffice. I wince to think that Alien intelligent life might be receiving TV carrier signals of a Eurovision Sound Contest, running it through their super computing device, unscrambling it and going "What the f...?"

Surely ANY TV show signals from Earth being received by an alien civilisation would be....alien....to the aliens and cause them to wonder just what is going on.
 

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