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26 minutes ago, Deranged Rhino said:

Image result for titan pictures

 

I'm no expert, but to my untrained eyes that sure looks like something that's teeming with life... :ph34r:

 

 

 

life?  perhaps

but sentient life?

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32 minutes ago, /dev/null said:

 

life?  perhaps

but sentient life?

 

Fair question... There's only one way to know for sure: 

 

Image result for spaceforce gif

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1 hour ago, Deranged Rhino said:

Image result for titan pictures

 

I'm no expert, but to my untrained eyes that sure looks like something that's teeming with life... :ph34r:

 

 

'The Sirens of Titan' by Kurt Vonnegut. One of my favorite books.

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11 hours ago, Deranged Rhino said:

 

Fair question... There's only one way to know for sure: 

 

Image result for spaceforce gif

I first saw this on my phone ...  much better on a 19 in monitor 

LOL 

 

 

We have to protect ourselves from caravans of alien invaders

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10 hours ago, ShadyBillsFan said:

I first saw this on my phone ...  much better on a 19 in monitor 

LOL 

 

 

We have to protect ourselves from caravans of alien invaders

 

It might be my favorite gif of 2018. It's just so useful - and despite having Trump, surprisingly it works for both those who like him and those who don't. Everyone wins! 

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4 hours ago, /dev/null said:

crabs on Uranus

 

I had a buddy in college....never mind. I don’t want to freak anyone out....

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https://www.washingtonpost.com/lifestyle/style/harvards-top-astronomer-says-an-alien-ship-may-be-among-us--and-he-doesnt-care-what-his-colleagues-think/2019/02/04/a5d70bb0-24d5-11e9-90cd-dedb0c92dc17_story.html?utm_term=.24adf25ab700

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CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Before he started the whole alien spaceship thing last year, the chairman of Harvard University's astronomy department was known for public lectures on modesty. Personal modesty, which Avi Loeb said he learned growing up on a farm. And what Loeb calls "cosmic modesty" — the idea that it's arrogant to assume we are alone in the universe, or even a particularly special species.

You can find a poster for one of these lectures in Loeb's office today, though it's a bit lost among the clutter: photos of Loeb posing under the dome of Harvard's enormous 19th-century telescope; thank-you notes from elementary-school children; a framed interview he gave the New York Times in 2014; his books on the formation of galaxies; his face, again and again — a bespectacled man in his mid-50s with a perpetually satisfied smile.

Loeb stands beside his desk on the first morning of spring courses in a creaseless suit, stapling syllabi for his afternoon class. He points visitors to this and that on the wall. He mentions that four TV crews were in this office on the day in the fall when his spaceship theory went viral, and now five film companies are interested in making a movie about his life.

A neatly handwritten page of equations sits on the desk, on the edge closest to the guest chairs.

“Oh, this is something I did last night,” Loeb says. It’s a calculation, he explains, supporting his theory that an extraterrestrial spacecraft, or at least a piece of one, may at this moment be flying past the orbit of Jupiter.

Since publishing his controversial paper, Loeb has run a nearly nonstop media circuit, embracing the celebrity that comes from being perhaps the most academically distinguished E.T. enthusiast of his time — the top Harvard astronomer who suspects technology from another solar system just showed up at our door. And this, in turn, has left some of his peers nonplused — grumbling at what they see as a flimsy theory or bewildered as to why Harvard’s top astronomer won’t shut up about aliens.

 

 

 

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29 minutes ago, Tiberius said:

Old news...

 

Interesting guy who's really full of himself. Smart dude, but this is a classic case of "I don't know what it is, so it must be aliens" syndrome.

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Does the scientist hold out hope the spaceship can lead us to a better way, like a feedback laced wish in an Electric Ladyland tune?

 

 

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