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    The problem with space is the insane amount of time it takes to get anywhere. Unless there really is a way to go faster than the speed of light, or wormholes exist.

    Reading a cool book, 2312, where earth is in trouble, but there are "spacers" that have colonized the planets and their moons in the solar system. Some really creative things, like they have space elevators that can are attached to earth and are in orbit which can take people up to space where they can travel to other places. Mars has been terraformed, but most others they live in protected areas so they can live there.

    One really cool thing is to travel around the solar system, they take meteors that are very large, hollow them out, and build terrariums that spin to create a g with soil, plants, animals, and there are all kinds of different ones. . The odd thing is when you look up to the sky you see the ground on the other side.

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    ??? 'Where are they?' is EXACTLY the question that Enrico Fermi asked. EXACTLY. I suggest you read the link I provided you.
    I don't like to know that you think Mr. Fermi asked the same what I asked. I like to know what you think about this what I said. Or do you have no one now who thinks for you? Why ignore "inevitable" existing lifeforms in the galaxy to live on a planet of Trappist-1? 7 earth sized planets, 7 times the resources of the Earth - extractable under a normal gravity.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Sampson Simpson View Post
    The problem with space is the insane amount of time it takes to get anywhere. Unless there really is a way to go faster than the speed of light, or wormholes exist.

    Reading a cool book, 2312, where earth is in trouble, but there are "spacers" that have colonized the planets and their moons in the solar system. Some really creative things, like they have space elevators that can are attached to earth and are in orbit which can take people up to space where they can travel to other places. Mars has been terraformed, but most others they live in protected areas so they can live there.

    One really cool thing is to travel around the solar system, they take meteors that are very large, hollow them out, and build terrariums that spin to create a g with soil, plants, animals, and there are all kinds of different ones. . The odd thing is when you look up to the sky you see the ground on the other side.
    Kim Stanley Robinson. He is one of the better science fiction authors out there today. His Mars trilogy.....Red Mars, Green Mars, Blue Mars....is the best novelistic description I have ever read of the colonization of Mars.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    I don't like to know that you think Mr. Fermi asked the same what I asked. I like to know what you think about this what I said. Or do you have no one now who thinks for you? Why ignore "inevitable" existing lifeforms in the galaxy to live on a planet of Trappist-1? 7 earth sized planets, 7 times the resources of the Earth - extractable under a normal gravity.
    I find it impossible to even INTERPRET this post. Enrico Fermi asked the question 'Where are they?' in reference to alien civilizations. You asked PRECISELY the same question. For that REASON, I THOUGHT you would be interested in what Fermi and others have had to say on the subject, since they have given it a lot more careful THOUGHT than you have.

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    THIS ZANGEELEWA IS A F*CKING IDIOT.
    why are people even bothering reading IT'S garbage and responding? not to mention the dumbass youtube videos posted as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    I find it impossible to even INTERPRET this post. Enrico Fermi asked the question 'Where are they?' in reference to alien civilizations. You asked PRECISELY the same question. For that REASON, I THOUGHT you would be interested in what Fermi and others have had to say on the subject, since they have given it a lot more careful THOUGHT than you have.
    I know what Fermi said. I don't know what you say why.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Detective Mike Logan View Post
    THIS ZANGEELEWA IS A F*CKING IDIOT.
    why are people even bothering reading IT'S garbage and responding? not to mention the dumbass youtube videos posted as well.
    May I ask why you write "fucking" with a star instead of an u?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr Sampson Simpson View Post
    The problem with space is the insane amount of time it takes to get anywhere. Unless there really is a way to go faster than the speed of light, or wormholes exist.

    Reading a cool book, 2312, where earth is in trouble, but there are "spacers" that have colonized the planets and their moons in the solar system. Some really creative things, like they have space elevators that can are attached to earth and are in orbit which can take people up to space where they can travel to other places. Mars has been terraformed, but most others they live in protected areas so they can live there.

    One really cool thing is to travel around the solar system, they take meteors that are very large, hollow them out, and build terrariums that spin to create a g with soil, plants, animals, and there are all kinds of different ones. . The odd thing is when you look up to the sky you see the ground on the other side.
    Something is wrong with our concept of space and time, because of the phenomenon quantum entanglement. And let me say: The US-american or the worldwide english culture and civilisation has a gigantic problem with the own aggressions. You can see this for example also in science with the hypothesis why Dinos died out. It makes no sense to think a cosmic bomb killed 100% of all Dinos. Dinos existed in different ways - for example also in the size of a Turkey. They existed in all ecological niches and all environments on planet Earth. Why died 100% of all Dinos and not 100% of other species? Makes no sense. But US-Americans like to see it in this way. And "they" repeat endless always only this view of the world, as if it would be a truth or a spiritual mantra and not a hypothesis in science. The problem: This fits with the form to think of a powerful and violent society, which tries to solve problems with power and violence. And the endless repetition of always the same hypothesis creates the delusion there are no alternatives.

    Or take Mr. Data of starship Voyager as another example, how our ways to think are corrupted. Mr. Data is a wonderful character, it's a nice entertainment. A wonderful story. But ... indeed we do not know whether machines are able to be intelligent, intellectual or spiritual. I see such ideas for example as a big problem if cars have to decide on their own whom to kill outside of the car, so the own passengers are able to survive in an accident. Is this a decision where we can trust in the self-controlling, optimized feedback loops of a machine world? How do we have to transform the whole planet and our own living conditions, if we like to live in such a world, do we? Are we machines on our own? For sure no! Machines are only our realized thoughts and plans. But there are lots of ways to think.

    So: "Quo vadis, genus humanum?" - specially if we don't know a lot about the real ways of and in space and time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zaangalewa View Post
    Or take Mr. Data of starship Voyager as another example, how our ways to think are corrupted. Mr. Data is a wonderful character, it's a nice entertainment. A wonderful story. But ... indeed we do not know whether machines are able to be intelligent, intellectual or spiritual. I see such ideas for example as a big problem if cars have to decide on their own whom to kill outside of the car, so the own passengers are able to survive in an accident. Is this a decision where we can trust in the self-controlling, optimized feedback loops of a machine world? How do we have to transform the whole planet and our own living conditions, if we like to live in such a world, do we? Are we machines on our own? For sure no! Machines are only our realized thoughts and plans. But there are lots of ways to think.
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    Voyager?
    are u intentionally trying to be a retard

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigLeRoy View Post
    Kim Stanley Robinson. He is one of the better science fiction authors out there today. His Mars trilogy.....Red Mars, Green Mars, Blue Mars....is the best novelistic description I have ever read of the colonization of Mars.
    I read Red Mars, haven't gotten to the others.

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