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4/26/07 10:00 AM
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LordSeano
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"Travelling this distance will never happen. Obviously there'd never be enough fuel no matter how it's carried on the ship. Also travelling at 1 / 37000th the speed of light isn't quite gonna cut it. 37k years per light year of travel." Errm....ever heard of pedal power Negative Ned?
4/26/07 12:30 PM
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"Obviously there'd never be enough fuel no matter how it's carried on the ship."

Why would you need a lot of fuel? Once you get going, there's no friction to slow you down.

Give me a break, I learned that in 3rd bleem science class.
4/26/07 12:53 PM
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"it's a cookbook"
4/26/07 1:17 PM
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"Like I keep saying, the universe is full of life, and some beings that are less intelligent then us, a few that are wayyy more intelligent than the human race." LOL! That is based in just as much fact as Theism. You like the idea, so its true. There is absolutely NO evidence that life has ever existed anywhere else, just like there is no evidence of the existence of a god. But you make the leap all the way to intelligence surpassing our own. Amazing. "The freaks may already have come to earth. It is only human ego (and silly religious reasons) that keeps most people from accepting the truth." Ouch, makin it worse. "120 trillion miles. LOL. Our science and tech is pretty pathetic, probably there is intelligent life much closer than that, we just can't find it yet." And yet worse. I'm not saying at all that everything you said isn't POSSIBLE, but PROBABLE? There is absolutely no substantiating that assumption.
4/26/07 4:17 PM
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"Errm....ever heard of pedal power Negative Ned? " lmao - you got me on that one
4/26/07 4:34 PM
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4/26/07 4:39 PM
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120 trillion miles. LOL. Our science and tech is pretty pathetic, probably there is intelligent life much closer than that, we just can't find it yet. Dude Jinx has been posting here for YEARS
4/26/07 4:39 PM
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120 trillion miles. LOL. Our science and tech is pretty pathetic, probably there is intelligent life much closer than that, we just can't find it yet. Dude Jinx has been posting here for YEARS
4/26/07 4:51 PM
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120 trillion miles is about 20 lights years. I think there are only about 10 stars in that radius and only 2 are non-binary... I think... anyway, 20 lightyears yo

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