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#1 The Walking Dickhead

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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:39 AM

New pics from the final leg of the Saturn Cassini mission.

 

https://saturn.jpl.n...from-new-orbit/

 

Both Saturn and Jupiter have eyes, therefore planets are alive.



#2 Asmo

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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:45 AM

Ecosystems can be perceived as being alive. No ecosystem, no life, no living planet. Mars for example seems pretty dead. Mercurius also :P


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#3 TheGhost

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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:46 AM

This one is.


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#4 The Walking Dickhead

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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:48 AM

There are some sogns of life on Mars I believe, and Mercury? I think I read recently there was speculation that it may in fact harbour life we have yet to detect.



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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:49 AM

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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:50 AM

There are some sogns of life on Mars I believe, and Mercury? I think I read recently there was speculation that it may in fact harbour life we have yet to detect.

 

You said it right: speculation 


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#7 The Walking Dickhead

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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:55 AM

You said it right: speculation 

 

You mean "spelled it right".



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Posted December 07 2016 - 06:58 AM

Haha Mercury you mean? Yes, I typed too fast and used the dutch name. Proper spelling though :P

 

If its about you spelling the word speculation right: I didn't mean that, I knew you could do it :)

 

About some cellular life on Mars: it may be there but as long as it is not discovered it is indeed merely speculation


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#9 guerillabedlam

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Posted December 07 2016 - 07:34 AM

I think it's mostly an anthropomorphization to say planet's are alive. Although I did watch an episode of Through The Wormhole with Morgan Freeman where they analyze the question about the Earth, with some compelling assertions.


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Posted December 07 2016 - 09:22 AM

Those pics look like a breast with the nipple cut off.

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#11 The Walking Dickhead

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Posted December 07 2016 - 09:25 AM

Well I'm not quite sure what kind of women you like...


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#12 Meliai

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Posted December 07 2016 - 09:33 AM

Sometimes I wonder if we are actually just a part of a larger organism. If we are tiny little bacteria living on an organ of a large being. or something.

Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens ~Tolkien


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Posted December 07 2016 - 10:55 AM

Yeah, and these planets that we live on like bacteria are only the kidney stones....:D

 

I love talking about this stuff and speculating.

 

Thank you for starting this thread, WD.


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#14 Spaceman Spiff

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Posted December 07 2016 - 11:15 AM

the basics of thermodynamics does make a planet alive....the circulation of magma is just gravity and pressure

 

 

the livings things are on the planet but the planet itself is not living



#15 The Walking Dickhead

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Posted December 07 2016 - 11:21 AM

What defines life transcends basic thermodynamics.



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Posted December 07 2016 - 11:32 AM

A planet is not living?...but yet it produces and sustains life....right?

 

I love rocks....I have a massive rock garden in my house in a corner...i call it my zen corner.....They are mainly large rocks I have found and gathered from many different places......I love holding them. looking at them, touching them...feeling their energy...They are cool to the touch....and when I hold or touch any rock, I feel very calm and reassured......so in a way they are alive to me....and maybe they really are in their own way.

 

I also have this salt rock pyramid lamp I bought in Cape Cod this year....It glows orange...and is very calming, too. It supposedly transmits some kind of good for you energy ions  when on....I believe that it does....

Animals here seem more relaxed when it is on...

 

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Posted December 07 2016 - 12:06 PM

Rocks really dont get enough credit. It is amazing to me to stand on a giant rock face and ponder how ancient it is.

Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens ~Tolkien


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Posted December 07 2016 - 01:44 PM

There are not 2 rocks that are the same

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Posted December 08 2016 - 03:24 AM

Sometimes I wonder if we are actually just a part of a larger organism. If we are tiny little bacteria living on an organ of a large being. or something.

 

Our universe is a moldy space between 2 toes of a giant.


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Posted January 16 2017 - 11:20 AM

Well I'm not quite sure what kind of women you like...

I like Black Hoes, I mean Black Holes :D



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Posted January 16 2017 - 11:52 AM

New pics from the final leg of the Saturn Cassini mission.

 

https://saturn.jpl.n...from-new-orbit/

 

Both Saturn and Jupiter have eyes, therefore planets are alive.

 

Gravity is the most social force of them all giving birth to the myriad good things. The humble the individual identity of any mass or energy becomes the more synonymous with efficiency as they trade their individual identities for their collective humble efficiency which, inevitably, produces a greater creative output with, for example, the concentrated contents of a black hole becoming so humble they are inevitably transformed into virtual particles and scattered in every direction. Gravity only sucks because she is honest and never gets enough and mother nature herself can be described as constantly giving birth to the myriad good things. A universal recursion of the law of identity gravity makes us all more social animals and life itself is believed by many to have evolved underground. Even the rocks rolling downhill express flow dynamics and juxtapositions where they trade their individual identities for greater efficiency with the smaller rocks within the soil supporting life as we know it. What is alive and dead becomes context dependent because in flow dynamics every wave can also be considered a stationary amplifier. Thus, when IBM's famous computer Watson developed a case of potty mouth the engineers were alerted that their creation had taken on a life of its own.






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