|Astronomers want public funds on 15:13 - Feb 18 with 203 views||Herbivore|
|Astronomers want public funds on 15:01 - Feb 18 by BrixtonBlue|
Yes, that explains scientifically how this is possible. Maybe you should read it.
Stokie has also explained how it's possible.
Put these things together and you'll see there isn't zero chance of it happening.
|Astronomers want public funds on 19:12 - Feb 18 with 165 views||Ewan_Oozami|
|Astronomers want public funds on 10:05 - Feb 17 by footers|
Are you suggesting that Brazilians are from outer space?
Given recent topics, can I mention The Boys From Brazil?
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|Astronomers want public funds on 20:32 - Feb 18 with 145 views||Pecker|
|Astronomers want public funds on 08:21 - Feb 18 by Herbivore|
There is zero chance of us finding an inhabitable planet within a distance that we could get to it, Dollers. The distances to these kinds of planets are impossibly large.
Agree. Sure there are better things to spend our money on. Maybe a super computer to replace a super computer to tell us it is raining outside.
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