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Its Daniel
10-02-2014, 10:35 AM
So, we know that NASA is currently searching "Earth-Like planets".

I saw that "If aliens located 60-65 million light years away from us, looked at earth through a really powerful telescope today, they would see dinosaurs"

It means that, If we saw a planet. It can have extraterrestrial life. But if it's 60-65 million light years away, We can see some prehistoric species or just a world without life.

Can't understand?

North44
10-02-2014, 10:39 AM
Chances of a planet with conditions suitable for life 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000001.


Size of Universe= Infinite.

Chances of intelligence in space= 100% confirmed.

:panic::panic::panic::panic::panic::panic:

cninjafish
10-02-2014, 10:43 AM
Chances of a planet with conditions suitable for life 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000001.


Size of Universe= Infinite.

Chances of intelligence in space= 100% confirmed.

:panic::panic::panic::panic::panic::panic:

The universe is not infinite. That is wrong common knowledge. It is very big and since it hasnt been explored, we haven found the end.

Its Daniel
10-02-2014, 10:47 AM
Chances of a planet with conditions suitable for life 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000001.


Size of Universe= Infinite.

Chances of intelligence in space= 100% confirmed.

:panic::panic::panic::panic::panic::panic:

There could be more than 1 universe.
It could be Multiverse if possible.

Areodax
10-02-2014, 10:49 AM
There could be more than 1 universe.
It could be Multiverse if possible.

There are so many theories about the universe, like the Parallel Universe, where you have a different version of yourself in each universe.

And theres this theory where every desicion you make makes a new universe.

PolarisHD
10-02-2014, 10:59 AM
If we see a planet that is 60-65 million light years away from Earth, you would only see a tiny dot. You wouldn't see those prehistoric species and such since we don't have the technology to look at a planet that is 60-65 million light years away from Earth.

Mahmoud
10-02-2014, 11:15 AM
I think in other universe the earth is a plant for frogs. Frogs rule human and every other animal. They live in peace not in wars like us.

#FrogsFTW

grapezzzz19
10-02-2014, 11:25 AM
There could be more than 1 universe.
It could be Multiverse if possible.

well. theres other theories of universes besides Our universe. we just dont know if the theories are correct or not

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I think in other universe the earth is a plant for frogs. Frogs rule human and every other animal. They live in peace not in wars like us.

#FrogsFTW

yeah and the next thing, 5 frogs from the frog planet invade tokyo and parts of japan and live in the Hinata House :P

Mahmoud
10-02-2014, 11:33 AM
well. theres other theories of universes besides Our universe. we just dont know if the theories are correct or not

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yeah and the next thing, 5 frogs from the frog planet invade tokyo and parts of japan and live in the Hinata House :P

Can I adopt them????? I will help them rule da world!

syrup
10-02-2014, 11:33 AM
There's mulit-universe for any possible combination, right?

So somewhere I'm a giant robot hovering over Syrup planet destroying all of time and space.

:panic:

Spotlight
10-02-2014, 12:20 PM
So, we know that NASA is currently searching "Earth-Like planets".

I saw that "If aliens located 60-65 million light years away from us, looked at earth through a really powerful telescope today, they would see dinosaurs"

It means that, If we saw a planet. It can have extraterrestrial life. But if it's 60-65 million light years away, We can see some prehistoric species or just a world without life.

Can't understand?

Never thought of it that way, that's cool!

Madly
10-02-2014, 12:26 PM
Well it's VERY possible
Scientist just detected a world 21.5 light years away from our planet and it is confirmed it's EXACTLY like earth though there isn't evidence of life on it yet

Also aliens do exist they keep on coming in but all are only single celled creatures
There is still no evidence of intelligent life forms

The multiverse theory is very interesting
There is also another theory that the multiverse a can be found if you shrink your self to be so small(smaller than an atom,smaller than a quark,REAL small)you end up in something called a sub atomic universe then you can shrink and shrink again and find yourself in more universes

Also the universe isn't infinite there is an end to the universe but it simply just keeps on expanding so it's like there is no end

And out of the universe what will it be?the universe isn't nothing,it's made of dark matter and a small amount of gases...
Hmmm that certainly sets you thinking:scratch:

GummiBear64
10-02-2014, 12:32 PM
Space isn't really infinite, lol. The end is just very far away.

As for the theories, so let's say that I give a dog a bone, somewhere out there is another universe, another me, another dog and another bone and in that universe is me not giving the dog a bone?

SageDeoxys
10-02-2014, 01:44 PM
So, we know that NASA is currently searching "Earth-Like planets".

I saw that "If aliens located 60-65 million light years away from us, looked at earth through a really powerful telescope today, they would see dinosaurs"

It means that, If we saw a planet. It can have extraterrestrial life. But if it's 60-65 million light years away, We can see some prehistoric species or just a world without life.

Can't understand?

No, its just that the light from the Earth from just 60 Million years ago would just be barely making it to that planet, so they can only see the light images from back then and not now. It would be the same case for us looking at them. If they didn't know about the way light works, they'd think the planet is infested with Reptile life. But if they knew how light works, they would know either another species has dominated the planet (humans), or the planet went extinct/blew up.

Dinosaur
10-02-2014, 01:46 PM
Chances of a planet with conditions suitable for life 0.000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000 0000000000000000000000000000000000001.


Size of Universe= Infinite.

Chances of intelligence in space= 100% confirmed.

:panic::panic::panic::panic::panic::panic:

Actually, if Earth fails in the future, we can go to Mars. Mars has water, and most likely many other things we might need.

SageDeoxys
10-02-2014, 01:51 PM
Actually, if Earth fails in the future, we can go to Mars. Mars has water, and most likely many other things we might need.

The only known water it has as of now is in the Polar ice caps, which are obviously frozen. And the soil on Mars probably won't sustain plant life for us to obtain oxygen and food. We'd have to create giant Stations on Mars If we want to live there, and that would take way too many trips from Earth to Mars to build it, and I doubt we would have much time before the Earth collapses.

Dinosaur
10-02-2014, 01:57 PM
The only known water it has as of now is in the Polar ice caps, which are obviously frozen. And the soil on Mars probably won't sustain plant life for us to obtain oxygen and food. We'd have to create giant Stations on Mars If we want to live there, and that would take way too many trips from Earth to Mars to build it, and I doubt we would have much time before the Earth collapses.

How about the sun's heat? The sun's heat can melt the ice. It would really be a peace of cake. We can bring in plants to mars, and some water. We can grow tons of plants and will have water, and for food....Hmmm, we'll just get some food from Earth until some organisms are found in Mars. When they are found, we will eat them. Plus, what else can we do if Earth collapses in an early time of our lives? Also, if we can't save ourselves, our species will be long gone. Like mine did, a few millennia ago.

Boomer
10-02-2014, 01:59 PM
I think in other universe the earth is a plant for frogs. Frogs rule human and every other animal. They live in peace not in wars like us.

#FrogsFTW

Rise of The Planet of The Frogs.

LOOOL

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The only known water it has as of now is in the Polar ice caps, which are obviously frozen. And the soil on Mars probably won't sustain plant life for us to obtain oxygen and food. We'd have to create giant Stations on Mars If we want to live there, and that would take way too many trips from Earth to Mars to build it, and I doubt we would have much time before the Earth collapses.

We actually do plan on sending some people there in the mid 2020's. Of course, they'll never come back, due to running out of fuel, but we can still communicate with them via radio.

SageDeoxys
10-02-2014, 02:00 PM
How about the sun's heat? The sun's heat can melt the ice. It would really be a peace of cake. We can bring in plants to mars, and some water. We can grow tons of plants and will have water, and for food....Hmmm, we'll just get some food from Earth until some organisms are found in Mars. When they are found, we will eat them. Plus, what else can we do if Earth collapses in an early time of our lives? Also, if we can't save ourselves, our species will be long gone. Like mine did, a few millennia ago.

Eh... How about when that day comes, I feed you to the Pokémon Demon, Giratina.

Dinosaur
10-02-2014, 02:01 PM
Eh... How about when that day comes, I feed you to the Pokémon Demon, Giratina.

Then what species will I end up living as?

GummiBear64
10-02-2014, 02:02 PM
Space isn't really infinite, lol. The end is just very far away.

As for the theories, so let's say that I give a dog a bone, somewhere out there is another universe, another me, another dog and another bone and in that universe is me not giving the dog a bone?

Answer my question senpais, baes, noobs and... *looks at SageDeoxys* things.

SageDeoxys
10-02-2014, 02:14 PM
Answer my question senpais, baes, noobs and... *looks at SageDeoxys* things.
There's an infinity of different dimensions which I like to call the multiverse, so yes, for all we know in one dimension you feed a dog a bone and in another the only difference there could be is that the dog has 1 hair more than in the other, and so on, so there's an infinity.

Then what species with I end up living as?
You'll be dead. Search up Giratina and you'll see who will be eating you alive.

Its Daniel
10-03-2014, 08:06 AM
1 thing.
The farthest distance NASA seen was 140+ million light years. So it's possible to see some heavenly planets clearly, Not blurred.
It's hard to find Planets with Intelligent life forms, they use some method to spot some.

Artex67
10-03-2014, 08:26 AM
Well it's VERY possible
Scientist just detected a world 21.5 light years away from our planet and it is confirmed it's EXACTLY like earth though there isn't evidence of life on it yet

Also aliens do exist they keep on coming in but all are only single celled creatures
There is still no evidence of intelligent life forms

The multiverse theory is very interesting
There is also another theory that the multiverse a can be found if you shrink your self to be so small(smaller than an atom,smaller than a quark,REAL small)you end up in something called a sub atomic universe then you can shrink and shrink again and find yourself in more universes

Also the universe isn't infinite there is an end to the universe but it simply just keeps on expanding so it's like there is no end

And out of the universe what will it be?the universe isn't nothing,it's made of dark matter and a small amount of gases...
Hmmm that certainly sets you thinking:scratch:


there are evidence but they are insufficient or maybe they are photoshoppedwhoknows?

Its Daniel
10-04-2014, 02:58 AM
Bring
Up
This
Thread.

I need everyone's opinion.

InstaRabbit
10-04-2014, 03:30 AM
The universe is not infinite. That is wrong common knowledge. It is very big and since it hasnt been explored, we haven found the end.
The end is god drinking a cup of tea

well. theres other theories of universes besides Our universe. we just dont know if the theories are correct or not

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yeah and the next thing, 5 frogs from the frog planet invade tokyo and parts of japan and live in the Hinata House :P

The frogs found Mahmoud and since he is a human frog hybrid they thought he was a traitor and brought him to a frog lab to dissect him.

SuperJ
10-04-2014, 04:04 AM
The universe is not infinite. That is wrong common knowledge. It is very big and since it hasnt been explored, we haven found the end.The universe is 50% chance ever lasting do to the theory of reletivety and the ability to be able to bend space and time with a black holes density. But on the other hand, there can be a pan dimensional fuse which ends the big bangs distance and may just be completely nothing but black making it completely un in habitat able for anything to come in. Yes, I have made a theory that the big bangs distance may have not made it every where around our dimension.

But if it is that way, we may be able to use dark matter which you may or may not have heard of. It is very complex. Here are some equations explaining some of it.

If the fluid is the dominant form of matter in a flat universe, then

a\propto t^{\frac{2}{3(1+w)}},

where \! \rho_m is the mass density, \! R is the particular gas constant, \! T is the temperature and \! C=\sqrt{RT} is a characteristic thermal speed of the molecules. Thus
w = \frac{p}{\rho} = \frac{\rho_mC^2}{\rho_mc^2} = \frac{C^2}{c^2}\approx 0
where \! \rho = \rho_mc^2 and \! C<<c for a "cold" gas, \! c = speed of light.

the acceleration equation may be written as
\frac{\ddot a}{a}=-\frac{4}{3}\pi G\left(\rho^\prime + 3p^\prime\right) = -\frac{4}{3}\pi G(1+3w^\prime)\rho^\prime

Well there is my theory to this. Thanks for taking a look if you under stand.

SageDeoxys
10-04-2014, 04:37 AM
Well, considering Dark Matter is in fact faster than light and keeps getting faster, I doubt the universe has an end to itself. Yes, maybe there are other dimensions, but that's out the question right now. The universe is infinite in theory, and nothing can stop it from growing more and more.

SuperJ
10-04-2014, 05:01 AM
Well, considering Dark Matter is in fact faster than light and keeps getting faster, I doubt the universe has an end to itself. Yes, maybe there are other dimensions, but that's out the question right now. The universe is infinite in theory, and nothing can stop it from growing more and more.Yes there is a chance it is ever lasting but it can at some point have a pan dimensional fuse causing time and space to break at one end.

IAmABrodie
10-04-2014, 05:03 AM
Well, considering Dark Matter is in fact faster than light and keeps getting faster, I doubt the universe has an end to itself. Yes, maybe there are other dimensions, but that's out the question right now. The universe is infinite in theory, and nothing can stop it from growing more and more.

Well, it really depends on your ideal theory to roll with. There is proof that the universe is expanding outward equally - we can physically see galaxies move away from each other and locate a point of origin, which supports the big bang theory and also disproves the idea of the universe being infinite. Under the circumstance of it being based on the big bang, the universe will eventually expand slower and slower and eventually just stop expanding altogether, the more mass an object has the stronger it's gravity, so basically the universe's gravity will become too strong for itself and it'll collapse on itself - potentially creating a new big bang.

Also, I have no idea where you got the idea of the universe being made of dark matter. Space is the absence of matter, and dark matter is still considered matter. If space were dark matter everything would be like a giant ocean of black liquid-like substances. In fact, we're actually making dark matter here on earth, pretty crazy stuff.

Another theory is that there's a second universe and both continue to collide into each other, causing each to grow due to impact, which would make an infinite universe possible.

But it ultimately just comes down to the fact that we just don't know. Technology can't allow us to look into the past no matter how much you want to believe it - time moves forward and forward only. The only exception to this is if you're going faster than the speed of light (Which is impossible for anything with a mass), in which case time is basically not happening to you at all. But yeah, no going back in time, physics don't allow that. We can only theorize what caused the universe to creation and why it expands, we'll never have a definite answer - at least not in this lifetime.

North44
10-04-2014, 06:54 AM
The universe is not infinite. That is wrong common knowledge. It is very big and since it hasnt been explored, we haven found the end.

There is no end

PURPLE585
10-04-2014, 07:23 AM
Everything falls into scientific theory.

No one knows.

Dan9955
10-04-2014, 07:35 AM
There may be a end maybe 93938482020838494849920294948991901029394939293883 92024949299292848584939393992920292010101939488372 61818922949492919299293940494949948282728819192020 20203999929293983833874710020294094939292928484747 26610010394848392929202020293848736617282929192991 9198383747266282828484828282892 km away from earth:crazy:

Definitely much more than that. 1 light year = 9460528400000km.

1 Gly = 1 billion light years.

The furthest object discovered was 13.035 Gly.

It means the furthest object discovered is 13.035 times 1,000,000,000 times 9460528400000km.

That number is hella big.

And the universe just keeps getting bigger and bigger... Zzz there's like almost no end (although I'm pretty sure there is) but well its like the strangest thing ever that is undiscovered...

_Lennart_
10-04-2014, 07:44 AM
guys, wait 1 quadrazillion years or something, and we will return to when we had a supercontinent, which was after the big bang all the worlds continents slowly moved from each other, and they still are now so u can just wait till we can just drive to each other...lol

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Definitely much more than that. 1 light year = 9460528400000km.

1 Gly = 1 billion light years.

The furthest object discovered was 13.035 Gly.

It means the furthest object discovered is 13.035 times 1,000,000,000 times 9460528400000km.

That number is hella big.

And the universe just keeps getting bigger and bigger... Zzz there's like almost no end (although I'm pretty sure there is) but well its like the strangest thing ever that is undiscovered...

einstein did say this

"The universe and human stupidity are infinate, though im not sure about the first one"

so yea, the universe can be or can not be infinate

Dan9955
10-05-2014, 05:37 AM
guys, wait 1 quadrazillion years or something, and we will return to when we had a supercontinent, which was after the big bang all the worlds continents slowly moved from each other, and they still are now so u can just wait till we can just drive to each other...lol

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einstein did say this

"The universe and human stupidity are infinate, though im not sure about the first one"

so yea, the universe can be or can not be infinate

I didn't say it was infinite. I just said it was getting bigger and bigger. There may be an end for the universe, but the ends just keeps getting bigger, so there IS still an end.