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Kepler-22b

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:34 pm



I just had a thought. What if Earth was found this way? What if there's another planet just like ours (well, ours would be like theirs) and they sent out a satellite and found Earth?

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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 10:47 pm



This doesn't belong in this part of the forums.



What if? There wouldn't be much we could do.
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Tue Dec 06, 2011 11:30 pm



I wanna try their food. Unless they're ruminant or something, then I'm not touching that *beep*.
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 6:47 am



Already happened bro. Haven't you ever heard of the Golgafrinchians? Ark B? We are all the sons and daughters of marketing executives, documentary film makers, and telephone sanitizers.
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 8:01 am



lol, it'd be pretty trippy. unfortunately that hasn't happened yet, despite all the "alien life around the universe". yeah, my booty.

even though "keplar 22b" does exist, wtf does nasa expect us to do? Grow gills and travel 600 light years to a landless planet? right.
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 9:48 am



PogoPantheon wrote:lol, it'd be pretty trippy. unfortunately that hasn't happened yet, despite all the "alien life around the universe". yeah, my booty.

even though "keplar 22b" does exist, wtf does nasa expect us to do? Grow gills and travel 600 light years to a landless planet? right.

if this is sarcasm, i don't think you quite understand how big the universe is
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 11:23 am



hotbeats645 wrote:
PogoPantheon wrote:lol, it'd be pretty trippy. unfortunately that hasn't happened yet, despite all the "alien life around the universe". yeah, my booty.

even though "keplar 22b" does exist, wtf does nasa expect us to do? Grow gills and travel 600 light years to a landless planet? right.

if this is sarcasm, i don't think you quite understand how big the universe is
Sounds like someone needs a trip to the Infinite Perspective Vortex. :lol:

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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:17 pm



I don't know why PogoPantheon is acting naive enough to think we're the only ones..
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Wed Dec 07, 2011 7:48 pm



time to wait for someone to try and connect this and Illuminati, or free masons. lololo
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Re: Kepler-22b

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That'd be pretty cool, and a little scary
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 6:41 am



naive? lol, mostly sarcasm guys.

but in truth, what are the odds that some other planet developed sentient life? do you guys realize how infinitesimal the odds are that WE have gotten to the point we have?
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Fri Dec 09, 2011 10:02 am



What are the odds?

Do you realize that the Universe is the closest thing to infinite that we know of? In fact, it might as well BE infinite.
Billions of planets, billions of stars in this galaxy, billions of galaxies in the Universe, the potential for more than one Universe (perhaps even billions?).

It's completely ignorant to think we're the only life out there.
It's almost as ignorant to think we're the only ones who have evolved intelligence.
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Hey guys, sorry for the gravedig. So I was talking about this today. Once we figure out what kind of atmosphere Kep has, we'll know it's conditions. And as soon as we can have the technology to travel near light speed, we could go there. Yes I know it's 600 light YEARS, but with the way time slows, it could be possible. Does anyone know how much time is slowed when traveling light speed as opposed to rest (taking the earths speed in to account of course.) Also, do you guys think we could reach light speed or near light speed in our life times?
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Tue Aug 28, 2012 12:22 am



i dnt believe in science
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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 8:39 am



Einsteinian relatively suggests that no massive object will ever be able to travel at the galactic speed limit, only close to it. That means, if you could travel even near the speed of light, it would still take over 600 years to reach something that is 600 light years from your current location. The time dilation you're mentioning won't affect (AFAIK) the time required to reach that distant point, only the relative time that passes for you compared to someone sitting back on earth. To you, a mere 600+ years will have elapsed by the time you get there - or rather your descendents get there. To folks back on earth, eons would have passed. I don't remember the approximate percentages that show the relative time dilation.


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Re: Kepler-22b

Posted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 10:49 am



Didn't anyone see Prometheus?

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Re: Kepler-22b

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Chance wrote:Einsteinian relatively suggests that no massive object will ever be able to travel at the galactic speed limit, only close to it. That means, if you could travel even near the speed of light, it would still take over 600 years to reach something that is 600 light years from your current location. The time dilation you're mentioning won't affect (AFAIK) the time required to reach that distant point, only the relative time that passes for you compared to someone sitting back on earth. To you, a mere 600+ years will have elapsed by the time you get there - or rather your descendents get there. To folks back on earth, eons would have passed. I don't remember the approximate percentages that show the relative time dilation.
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If only we were able to fold through the fourth dimention...
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