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#12 - martycamp
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Yeah.... no. If a planet is in the Goldilocks zone, it doesn't necessarily mean that it can support life. It just means that it's the right distance from its star that - if it's Earth-like - for liquid water to exist and to have a stable orbit. Mars and Venus are in our Goldilocks zone too, but I dare you to try and live on Venus. You know, with the crushing pressures, the sulphuric acid rain, the intense temperatures...
#13 to #12 - jmitchy
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It didn't say human life. If there is life on other planets, it would probably adapt and evolve to survive in the conditions of that planet. To an alien, our atmosphere could be poison.
User avatar #14 to #13 - martycamp
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I didn't say that life couldn't adapt to certain circumstances. But life as we understand it NEEDS liquid water. And it needs either carbon or silicon as a base (though silicon would be much less stable). Under the sort of conditions that exist on Venus, it just isn't possible for life to arise.
User avatar #15 to #14 - jmitchy
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Ahh I get you now, thanks for clarifying
#17 - megashot
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these facts would be pretty cool if i hadn't seen it twenty times already
User avatar #5 - tarfyki
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we are actually 100% star dust. We are made 100% of atoms, therefore, 100% star dust
User avatar #7 to #5 - bigbonew
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nope. 99.999% of all Hydrogen in us are remains of the big bang. Every higher atom was fused inside Stars/Novae.

We are about 50-80% made of water (depending on age). So even if we just assume that all "body"-Hydrogen is inside Water, that makes us just consisting 33.3-53.3% of big bang remains. Therefore we consist about 47.6-66.6% of star/novae dust.

The up to 80% comes from all the other hydrogen in proteins, DNA and other molekules
#8 to #7 - anon
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Most of the hydrogen on earth today i mostly biproducts from the fusion process inside stars so we are almost 100% stardust. Also when the big bang happened there wasn't created any hydrogen.
User avatar #9 to #8 - bigbonew
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nope. a sun just uses 10% of her hydrogen to produc energy in the different fusion-cicles, depending on mass. Our Sun is one of the normal stars in the galaxy with about 5 billion years age now. A lifetime of ~10billion years. The universe is about 13.7 billion years old. that means that there were just around one or two other stars before our sun in our part of the galaxy. Knowing that, means that our sun consists of 90%²=81% of not yet burned Hydrogen. Hydrogen made from the Big Bang.
User avatar #10 to #9 - bigbonew
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Star dust is defined as atoms higher atom mass than Helium consisting of remains of exploded stars.
User avatar #20 - zzforrest
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Alright I want to call some bs on the static on the TV being partly CMB. TV signals are a mixture of AM ( Amplitude Modulation ) for the visuals and FM ( Frequency Modulation ) for the sound. AM is known to be more unstable and more easily distorted than FM, which is why interference on your TV ***** with the picture more than sound. Static on a TV is caused when either the signals are so messed up they can't even register properly or you are trying to access a AM/FM signal that doesn't exist. When that happens, everything is considered a signal so it just mashes together every and any soundwave it finds. So how does radiation modify sound based signals? Your TV doesn't use radiation for it's signals.
But if I'm just being an uneducated slut on this one somebody tell me so I can shut up and be dumb elsewhere.
#19 - funnyjunkforlife
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fj logic
>it is shunned for posting stuff from others sites
>other sites can repost **** and advertise their sites
#16 - anon
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some mind blowing reposts
#4 - anon
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Question (excuse me for being so...well...un-educated).

How are so certain that 33 light-years away is a planet made of burning ice (ice = h20 I'm assuming?) when we've only found proof of water on Mars ~5 years ago?
#6 to #4 - anon
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it's more likely than not that the "ice" is not H2O but probably some other chemical that freezes at a temperature that fire can still exist in (i.e if fire was 100C then the liquid freezes at 100C)

I'm not sure of the exact answer, but this is a guess based on my limited knowledge of chemistry and outer space
User avatar #18 to #4 - SuperSixONE
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Comets are made of either dust or ice. We've know this for a while. When you see a comet blaze across the sky, its the ice or dust burning in the atmosphere. I would assume they mean a comet.
User avatar #3 - psyosis
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Am I the only one who thinks Burning Ice is a ************* sounding name?
User avatar #2 - tylerconnell
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Good god, that is one dirty strawberry
User avatar #1 - flareypwn
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You can see the Andromeda Galaxy with a telescope, and it certainly isn't 6 times larger than the moon.

Maybe in a few billion years when the Galaxy is edging closer to colliding with us, it will maybe look like that.
User avatar #11 to #1 - frilleniumm
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you can see it with a naked eye by looking just past it to see a faint mist