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Life beyond earth
BlueJay Show this Post
07-29-2015, 03:30 AM #1
BlueJay Incognito Anonymous
On lunatic Outpost, they tried to tell me that a planet completely different from earth can sustain life of some other form.

This is my argument.

Can life exist beyond earth ? the fact is, if it couldn't exist beyond earth, it wouldn't exist here either.
So that's not the appropriate question.
The appropriate question is, how LIKELY is it, that it exists beyond earth.

There I say...
It isn't very likely at this time.
Why earth 4.5 billion years ago ?

Supposed the solar system evolves too, that evolution isn't just on earth, but the galaxy itself evolves too...
And that the planets are a sort of a species in and of itself... within space.

That COULD suggest that earth like planets are a new system within the vacuum of outer space.

If life at all, of ANY kind, whatsoever... from anywhere, from one end of space to the other...
Were capable of breathing methane... and eating dust, and reproducing using ignited butane vapors... and can go a lifetime without water...
Life would be within our own solar system outside of earth..

So... The Ingredients for life AT ALL...
Are Oxygen, Hydrogen, and Hydrogen Peroxide, Carbon Dioxide and solar heat.

The Carbon Dioxide traps the solar heat from the sun... which gives us plant life, and therefore Sugar through Photosynthesis.

This gives us Bacteria, made up of the basic, fundamental animal cell, from which Animal life evolves.

The bacteria preys on plants, so it overtime creates life that preys on bacteria and those new.. multi celled animals prey on plants...
and they give way to new animals that prey on it... and so on and so forth.

So here's the deal.

Earth is made of the chemicals and compounds that sustain life.
No earth.... no life.

Now that we have that answered...

The question is...

Are there other earths ?
Evidence says that there is..

But here's the deal with that...

How OLD are other earths ? because that tells us how much time that it had to evolve the life on its surface.
A younger earth, equals.... LESS advanced life forms.

So there you have it.
BlueJay Show this Post
07-29-2015, 03:42 AM #2
BlueJay Incognito Anonymous
So here's the golden rule about trying to find life beyond earth.

If it could, it would, so what makes life?.

This is why we're looking for other earths... and some carbon planet made up of toxins.
07-29-2015, 03:51 AM #3
Drew Incognito Anonymous
(07-29-2015, 03:42 AM)BlueJay Wrote:  So here's the golden rule about trying to find life beyond earth.

If it could, it would, so what makes life?.

This is why we're looking for other earths... and some carbon planet made up of toxins.

and not some carbon planet made of toxins^



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