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(sorry for being pedantic but you've got Uranus and Neptune the wrong way round)
I was thinking that before, but I didn't want to be pedantic..

Uranus is on the wrong side of your Neptune.

Sounds rather painful
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i wonder if there's a mnemonic for "mnemonic"?
why not invent one yourself elly, just for fun?
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i wonder if there's a mnemonic for "mnemonic"?
Many
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why not invent one yourself elly, just for fun?
elly???
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elly???
Its a love name...
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Based on probabilities it is almost certain there is another planet out there with life on it. Whether or not that life is intelligent or not, or even exists now is another matter... another matter, is whether or not we can even detect them.

Think about it, the timescale of the universe so far is huge compared to the evolution of the human species or even life itself on the Earth; the chances of finding another species, similar toe Homo Sapiens and at a similar stage of technological and evolutionary development to us is extremely tiny. We're either going to be meeting microbes and bacteria or seemingly godlike creatures with godlike technologies... quite scary, really - imagine what another thousand years of technological development would do for humans... now imagine what ten, a hundred or even a thousand, thousand years would do. That's what we will potentially be dealing with, in outer space.
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Yes there is, a recent scientific study conclude that:

"The good news for those seeking extraterrestrial intelligence is that 10% of our galaxy - perhaps 10bn stars - could be ringed by rocky planets big enough to hold on to their atmosphere and water. The bad news is that they are on average a billion years older than the sun"

great facts !!!
i am impressed
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i, for myself think it does !!!
but u never know in which form.....could be more humans like us !!! in anothergalaxy's solar systam !!!
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Who here, thinks there might be life out there?
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Who here, thinks there might be life out there?
I do!

Do you?
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I do!

Do you?
Yes, I think there may be something!
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The sheer gargantuan size of the universe would make it seem infeasible that there isn't life other to ourselves in the universe. The conditions for life have surely repeated successfully elsewhere.
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The sheer gargantuan size of the universe would make it seem infeasible that there isn't life other to ourselves in the universe. The conditions for life have surely repeated successfully elsewhere.
I agree totally.
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The sheer gargantuan size of the universe would make it seem infeasible that there isn't life other to ourselves in the universe. The conditions for life have surely repeated successfully elsewhere.
Yeah, exactly.
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(i think thats right)
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The sheer gargantuan size of the universe would make it seem infeasible that there isn't life other to ourselves in the universe. The conditions for life have surely repeated successfully elsewhere.
That's what I say. Just not with the posh words like "infeasible".
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That's what I say. Just not with the posh words like "infeasible".
So you're not posh?
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So you're not posh?
I'm not posh at all. Me dad comes from Smethwick and me mom from Wolverhampton.
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I'm not posh at all. Me dad comes from Smethwick and me mom from Wolverhampton.
I can just imagine how you said that. How unposh lol.
Well I'm certainly posh, coming from Manchester
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I can just imagine how you said that. How unposh lol.
Well I'm certainly posh, coming from Manchester
posh coming from Manchester? i can imagine.. :rolleyes: My cousins in Manchester, B'ham and Wolves speak english in a way that seems rather 'unposh' to me lol..theres a man walking in the middle of my road... :confused:
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