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Hagar
2011-02-02 10:18:17 EST
As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets

We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
vacuum and extreme cold of empty space. I'd hate to find that,
once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
"free" Healthcare.



Notroll2012
2011-02-02 12:16:18 EST


"Hagar" wrote in message
news:FL-dnZS_ApMn6NTQnZ2dnUVZ_sKdnZ2d@giganews.com...

As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets

We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
vacuum and extreme cold of empty space. I'd hate to find that,
once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
"free" Healthcare.
*******************************************************************************
Once again Hags has things backwards. It's the right wing christonazis (we
know Hags isn't one because that would require getting his bulbous ass out
of bed on Sunday morning to go to church) who reject the possibility of
sentient life on other planets. The chances of a Huckabee type suggesting
that life is anywhere but on earth are slim and none. Even the Catholic
church suggests that extra-terrestrial life is not inconsistent with it's
teachings. Not certain what Newt might think, but that dumb fuck is still
upset about the post office issuing "forever" stamps. You Repugs sure have
a basket of nut jobs for your primaries.


Hagar
2011-02-02 12:55:07 EST

"Notroll2012" <notroll2012@charter.net> wrote in message
news:Ajg2p.162$g96.96@newsfe15.iad...
>
>
> "Hagar" wrote in message
> news:FL-dnZS_ApMn6NTQnZ2dnUVZ_sKdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>
> As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> vacuum and extreme cold of empty space. I'd hate to find that,
> once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants
> have
> fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> "free" Healthcare.
> *******************************************************************************
> Once again Hags has things backwards. It's the right wing christonazis
> (we know Hags isn't one because that would require getting his bulbous ass
> out of bed on Sunday morning to go to church) who reject the possibility
> of sentient life on other planets. The chances of a Huckabee type
> suggesting that life is anywhere but on earth are slim and none. Even the
> Catholic church suggests that extra-terrestrial life is not inconsistent
> with it's teachings. Not certain what Newt might think, but that dumb
> fuck is still upset about the post office issuing "forever" stamps. You
> Repugs sure have a basket of nut jobs for your primaries.
>

Looks like OUR nutjobs are getting voted in and yours are getting voted out.
How did that happen again, Doofus ??



ChasNemo
2011-02-02 13:12:11 EST
On Feb 2, 12:16 pm, "Notroll2012" <notroll2...@charter.net> wrote:
> "Hagar"  wrote in message
>
> news:FL-dnZS_ApMn6NTQnZ2dnUVZ_sKdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>
> As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> vacuum and extreme cold of empty space.  I'd hate to find that,
> once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> "free" Healthcare.
> ***************************************************************************­****
> Once again Hags has things backwards.  It's the right wing christonazis (we
> know Hags isn't one because that would require getting his bulbous ass out
> of bed on Sunday morning to go to church) who reject the possibility of
> sentient life on other planets.  The chances of a Huckabee type suggesting
> that life is anywhere but on earth are slim and none.  Even the Catholic
> church suggests that extra-terrestrial life is not inconsistent with it's
> teachings.  Not certain what Newt might think, but that dumb fuck is still
> upset about the post office issuing "forever" stamps.  You Repugs sure have
> a basket of nut jobs for your primaries.

Hagar's family shrub likely originated from a gas planet. He and his
kin are all hot air.

Brad Guth
2011-02-02 13:46:34 EST
On Feb 2, 7:18 am, "Hagar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> vacuum and extreme cold of empty space.  I'd hate to find that,
> once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> "free" Healthcare.

Perhaps one in a million exoplanets is sufficiently Earth-like or Eden
rated as is for naked Goldilocks. However, that's still a grate many
when we consider there could be as great as 1e12 such planets and/or
large enough moons to pick from.

With technology applied is where that number of viable exoplanets or
large moons is perhaps worth at least one in a thousand, making the
galactic total of such technically viable places worth at least 1e9.

Of course not even another identical Eden planet that's exactly like
Earth is sufficient for accommodating the likes of ZNR/GOP rednecks
like yourself, mostly because there's likely tribes of other than your
ideal human species existing on each of those, and it's unlikely they
would ever convert to your pagan voodoo redneckism without
consequences.

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Brad Guth
2011-02-02 14:17:46 EST
On Feb 2, 7:18 am, "Hagar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
> As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> vacuum and extreme cold of empty space.  I'd hate to find that,
> once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> "free" Healthcare.

Why bother looking outside our solar system when there's "Guth Venus".

Of course since all redneck ZNR/GOP types are blind is kind of a
problematic situation, because they can't even see the worth in human
biodiversity that's existing here on Earth.

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http://bradguth.blogspot.com/
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Herbert Glazier
2011-02-02 18:27:17 EST
On Feb 2, 2:17 pm, Brad Guth <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 2, 7:18 am, "Hagar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> > with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> > Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> > axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> > than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> > the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> >http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> > We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> > vacuum and extreme cold of empty space.  I'd hate to find that,
> > once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> > fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> > incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> > "free" Healthcare.
>
> Why bother looking outside our solar system when there's "Guth Venus".
>
> Of course since all redneck ZNR/GOP types are blind is kind of a
> problematic situation, because they can't even see the worth in human
> biodiversity that's existing here on Earth.
>
>  http://translate.google.com/#
>  Brad Guth / Blog and my Google document pages:
>  http://groups.google.com/group/guth-usenet?hl=en
>  http://bradguth.blogspot.com/
>  http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddsdxhv_0hrm5bdfj

What if all other planets are gas planets? TreBert

Brad Guth
2011-02-02 18:39:02 EST
On Feb 2, 3:27 pm, herbert glazier <herbertglazi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 2, 2:17 pm, Brad Guth <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Feb 2, 7:18 am, "Hagar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> > > with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> > > Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> > > axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> > > than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> > > the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> > >http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> > > We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> > > vacuum and extreme cold of empty space.  I'd hate to find that,
> > > once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> > > fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> > > incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> > > "free" Healthcare.
>
> > Why bother looking outside our solar system when there's "Guth Venus".
>
> > Of course since all redneck ZNR/GOP types are blind is kind of a
> > problematic situation, because they can't even see the worth in human
> > biodiversity that's existing here on Earth.
>
> >  http://translate.google.com/#
> >  Brad Guth / Blog and my Google document pages:
> >  http://groups.google.com/group/guth-usenet?hl=en
> >  http://bradguth.blogspot.com/
> >  http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddsdxhv_0hrm5bdfj
>
> What if all other planets are gas planets?  TreBert

Possible, but unlikely when there are so many greater metallicity
worthy stars than our own, as well as billions of rogue spent stars
that lost their tidal radii grip on their original planets as of long
ago. Should be lots of solids out there, and the spendy JWST along
with utilizing the StarShade mission should make those cool solid
items stand out rather nicely.

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SMITH29
2011-02-06 19:16:47 EST
On 2/2/2011 9:16 AM, Notroll2012 wrote:
>
>
> "Hagar" wrote in message
> news:FL-dnZS_ApMn6NTQnZ2dnUVZ_sKdnZ2d@giganews.com...
>
> As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> vacuum and extreme cold of empty space. I'd hate to find that,
> once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> "free" Healthcare.
> *******************************************************************************
>
> Once again Hags has things backwards. It's the right wing christonazis
> (we know Hags isn't one because that would require getting his bulbous
> ass out of bed on Sunday morning to go to church) who reject the
> possibility of sentient life on other planets. The chances of a Huckabee
> type suggesting that life is anywhere but on earth are slim and none.
> Even the Catholic church suggests that extra-terrestrial life is not
> inconsistent with it's teachings. Not certain what Newt might think, but
> that dumb fuck is still upset about the post office issuing "forever"
> stamps. You Repugs sure have a basket of nut jobs for your primaries.
>
xxxx
When you look at everything as political you lose credibility.
Like now for instance when you have your head up your ass again.

Something caused matter to happen. Some of us call that entity GOD.

Ever hear of the Vatican Telescope?
Did you watch Carl Sagan's COSMOS?




--
I once said, "We will bury you," and I got into trouble with it. Of
course we will not bury you with a shovel. Your own working class will
bury you.
Nikita Khrushchev, Speech in Yugoslavia, Aug. 24, 1963
Russian Soviet politician (1894 - 1971)

The reason Progressive/Socialist/Communist government fails is you
eventually run out of other peoples money.


> Peace amd jsutice,

KEEP CLAM!

The29

Brad Guth
2011-02-06 19:35:19 EST
On Feb 2, 3:27 pm, herbert glazier <herbertglazi...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Feb 2, 2:17 pm, Brad Guth <bradg...@gmail.com> wrote:
>
>
>
> > On Feb 2, 7:18 am, "Hagar" <hs...@yahoo.com> wrote:
>
> > > As common sense dictates, it seems the Universe is teeming
> > > with planets of all sizes, not just the Gas Giant size.
> > > Unfortunately, Scientists are extremely hesitant to apply the
> > > axiom "Earth-like Planets in the Universe are the rule, rather
> > > than the exception", an adage that can also be applied to assess
> > > the possibility of extra- terrestrial life.
>
> > >http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20110202/ap_on_sc/us_sci_alien_planets
>
> > > We can only hope that the "Liberalism" virus doesn't travel well in the
> > > vacuum and extreme cold of empty space.  I'd hate to find that,
> > > once we get to visit those extra-solar system planets, the inhabitants have
> > > fallen victim to that dreaded Mental Disorder disease, elected an
> > > incompetent leadership and have to work to the age of 150 to pay for their
> > > "free" Healthcare.
>
> > Why bother looking outside our solar system when there's "Guth Venus".
>
> > Of course since all redneck ZNR/GOP types are blind is kind of a
> > problematic situation, because they can't even see the worth in human
> > biodiversity that's existing here on Earth.
>
> >  http://translate.google.com/#
> >  Brad Guth / Blog and my Google document pages:
> >  http://groups.google.com/group/guth-usenet?hl=en
> >  http://bradguth.blogspot.com/
> >  http://docs.google.com/View?id=ddsdxhv_0hrm5bdfj
>
> What if all other planets are gas planets?  TreBert

Possible, but highly unlikely when there are so many greater
metallicity worthy stars than our own, as well as billions of rogue
spent stars that lost their tidal radii grip on their original planets
as of long ago. Should be lots of worthy solids out there, and the
spendy JWST along with utilizing the StarShade mission should make
those relatively cool and solid items stand out rather nicely,
especially if they are icy and/or wet and thus Earth-like polluted by
unintelligent dysfunctional humans like our redneck Hagar.

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