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24 minutes ago, Will Graham said:

 

There is no such place as a planet with sustainable conditions out there, this is all we'll ever get so we better treat Earth with a little more care

Thats what im saying. In all likelyhood even the most simmilar planets to earth are still going to be different enough that it would be harder to adapt to it or terraform it for our needs than it would be to fix our own planet that already has the right parameters for our species

 

Thinking running away to some other planet is the answer somehow feels like something science fiction is influencing... or the opinions of scientists that are overly enthusiastic about what we might find and that enthusiasm is clouding their opinion from being realistic or objective. Smart ppl are also not immune to emotional bias

 

So like u said, the real answer is taking care of earth

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3 hours ago, Debithius said:

Now that's definitely not true in the slightest. There are but they are too far away for us to reach in time.

Long-range space travel is a scientific impossibility, so even if that was indeed the case (which is seriously doubtful)... same deal, really.

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6 hours ago, JohnWayne92 said:

What about every other multimillion dollar industry? The other multi billion dollar industries? But no…ew NASA…

How was McDonalds this week? How was Walmart? Netflix? When’s the last time they did Jack **** to help? I’ll wait. 

McDonalds, Walmart, Netflix and all the others can all take a ride on a disco stick. There

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1 hour ago, Will Graham said:

Long-range space travel is a scientific impossibility, so even if that was indeed the case (which is seriously doubtful)... same deal, really.

You insinuated that there is no habitable planet out there which is incorrect, no matter how impossible it is to reach, so no, not same deal.

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4 minutes ago, Debithius said:

You insinuated that there is no habitable planet out there which is incorrect, no matter how impossible it is to reach, so no, not same deal.

Doesn't even matter, all of us are here to stay (and every generation that comes after). All there is in the vicinity is a bunch of poisonous, dead rocks. Leave space travel in Sci-Fi where it belongs. There's only one planet, sorry.

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24 minutes ago, Will Graham said:

Doesn't even matter, all of us are here to stay (and every generation that comes after). All there is in the vicinity is a bunch of poisonous, dead rocks. Leave space travel in Sci-Fi where it belongs. There's only one planet, sorry.

But, it does, what you are saying is fundamentally incorrect wether we stay on earth or not :toofunny:

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24 minutes ago, Debithius said:

But, it does, what you are saying is fundamentally incorrect wether we stay on earth or not :toofunny:

Scientists who aren't willing to deny the hard truth have been telling us time and time again: 1) No such thing as space travel and 2) this is the only planet with viable conditions. Stephen Hawking did say that humanity's only option would be to "flee to other planets", but he didn't say it was actually possible (if he did I haven't heard it). So tell me where the incorrectness is, because Earth is all there is in EVERY scenario. Those "viable" planets are thousands of light years away so they might as well not exist.

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