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    Do You Think There Is Life On Other Planets?

    Space , the last frontier.

    We do not even know where the fock it ends. Is it only logical that because Earth has life that some other planets in the vast universe may have some life forms on it.

    Or are you of the mindset that it is just us here , holding our cocks.

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    I'm more concerned if there is life outside of this office.

    I do see a nice construction project to take photos of though.

    I may need reminding to do it.

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    ....yes

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    What is "life"?

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowTrip View Post

    Or are you of the mindset that it is just us here , holding our cocks.
    Yep,I'm holding mine.

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    Whether it is tiny living molecules, or little green men who drive spaceships and catch people and put things up their bottoms, I'm not sure.

    But yes, definately.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally Dorian Raffles
    Whether it is tiny living molecules, or little green men who drive spaceships and catch people and put things up their bottoms, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PUT THINGS UP MY BOTTOM I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT. I'm not sure.
    fAIR ENOUGH WALLY

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    Absolutely, we may be alone separated by thousands of light years, but the collection of minerals, gases and elements available ot there had to have collected in a way to support life elsewhere.

    As WDR mentioned, something. Maybe even a planet that has gone through all the shit we are going through now, melted down and nothing but cockroaches and scantily clad alien wimmen left.
    When the people fear their government, there is tyranny; when the government fears the people, there is liberty -- T. Jefferson


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    Of course there is.

    Where do you think we came from? I'm still waiting for them to come back and see how their cross-breeding experiment with the apes went.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog
    Where do you think we came from? I'm still waiting for them to come back and see how their cross-breeding experiment with the apes went. __________________
    I am worried about the racist comments that keep coming out of your fingers. If you are going to call a spade a spade you might as well do it rather than the covert languages you use.

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    No I don't.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrsquirrel View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Wally Dorian Raffles
    Whether it is tiny living molecules, or little green men who drive spaceships and catch people and put things up their bottoms, PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE PUT THINGS UP MY BOTTOM I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT, I LOVE IT. I'm not sure.
    fAIR ENOUGH WALLY
    the only thing that has been up my bottom is poo, Q.


    that I know of anyway, .........I did have nightmares of being anal probed by aliens that night i stayed over at cmn's though......

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    Quote Originally Posted by MeMock
    No I don't

    Is that a religious reason or not? Could god not have done it and we just don't know about it since we in theory only know about things that happened in the bible.

    There may be an alien bible out there as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wally Dorian Raffles View Post

    that I know of anyway, .........I did have nightmares of being anal probed by aliens that night i stayed over at cmn's though......

    that was actually his neighbour, who likes to wander around at night looking for a bit of fun

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    God must be an alien...

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    what is god DD? besides an alien

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    Well truth be told DrAndy he is just a figment of a lot of peoples imagination, similar to Father Christmas being a figment of a childs imagination and ghosts being a figment of imagination to Thais.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marmite the Dog View Post

    I'm still waiting for them to come back and see how their cross-breeding experiment with the apes went.
    Are you making fun of Thai people again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dirtydog
    imagination to Thais
    Spot the oxy-moron

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    'Smart dust' to explore planets

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    Tiny "smart" devices that can be borne on the wind like dust particles could be carried in space probes to explore other planets, UK engineers say.
    The devices would consist of a computer chip covered by a plastic sheath that can change shape when a voltage is applied, enabling it to be steered.
    Details were presented at the National Astronomy Meeting in Preston. Dr John Barker, from the University of Glasgow, said the particles could use wireless networking to form swarms.

    The idea of using millimetre-sized devices to explore far-flung locations is nothing new, but Dr Barker and his colleagues are starting to look in detail at how it might be achieved.

    The professor at Glasgow's Nanoelectronics Research Centre said computer chips of the size and sophistication required to meet the challenge already exist.
    Smart dust could be packed into the nose cones of planetary probes and then released into the atmospheres of planets, where they would be carried on the wind. For a planet like Mars, smart dust particles would each have to be the size of a grain of sand.
    By applying a voltage to alter the shape of the polymer sheath surrounding the chip, dust particle could be steered towards a target, even in high winds.
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    The polymer sheath surrounding the computer chip could be made to wrinkle or flatten out.
    Wrinkling the plastic sheath would increase the drag on the particle, lifting it higher on the wind. Flattening out the sheath would cause the particle to plummet.
    Wireless networking would allow these particles to form swarms, and Dr Barker's team has carried out mathematical simulations to see how this would work.
    "We envisage that most of the particles can only talk to their nearest neighbours but a few can communicate at much longer distances.
    "In our simulations, we have shown that a swarm of 50 dust particles can organise themselves into a star formation, even in turbulent wind."
    The ability to fly in formation would allow the processing of data to be spread, or "distributed" between all the chips, and a collective signal to be beamed back to a "mothership".
    Small sensors
    Scientists have already demonstrated smart dust that crams sensors, power sources, digital communications and processing circuitry into a volume of a few cubic centimetres.
    If they were to be used for planetary exploration, smart dust particles would have to carry sensors. But current chemical sensors would be too large to be carried on particles the size of sand grains.
    The scientists hope the pace of miniaturisation will make smaller sensors available in coming decades.
    "We are still at an early stage, working on simulations and components," said Dr Barker.
    "We have a lot of obstacles to overcome before we are even ready to physically test our designs." Many other applications have been proposed for smart dust. One idea is to use particles to gather information on battlefields. Another idea involves mixing the particles into concrete to internally monitor the health of buildings and bridges.

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    I bet there are some good mongering spots out there , for sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Little Chuchok View Post
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    I'm still waiting for them to come back and see how their cross-breeding experiment with the apes went.
    Are you making fun of Thai people again?
    Texans are proof the Indians fucked the Buffalo.

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    I think that it's a question that can't be conclusively answered 'yes', but the odds of it being 'yes' based on probability is so high that it is as near as damn it. Apart from reasons of religious faith I can't imagine why anyone would think not.
    Back off Margaret, you're on a sugar rush!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Begbie View Post
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    I'm still waiting for them to come back and see how their cross-breeding experiment with the apes went.
    Are you making fun of Thai people again?
    Texans are proof the Indians fucked the Buffalo.
    Too bad Longshanks didn't complete his breeding plan for Scotland...

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    Quote Originally Posted by YellowTrip View Post
    I bet there are some good mongering spots out there , for sure.
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