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Message 11 of 200 (99537)
04-12-2004 10:11 PM
Reply to: Message 10 by crashfrog
04-12-2004 10:06 PM


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You can look at my Avitar and deduce there is no God.
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Message 40 of 200 (100192)
04-15-2004 10:17 AM
Reply to: Message 34 by Lammy
04-14-2004 10:06 PM


Statistically there is.
Raw statistics indicate that not only is there life on other planets, there is also intellegent life on other planets. If Microbrial life is discovered on Mars, those statics should increase exponentially.
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Message 49 of 200 (100219)
04-15-2004 12:24 PM
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04-15-2004 11:06 AM


Re: Statistically there is.
Doubling a quantity isn't exponential? Try telling that to a rabbit. I'm using "exponential" in a relative sense. Adding one apple to a set of one creating a set of two wouldn't be exponential....adding a planet with life to a set of one is going to end up equaling a hell of a lot more.

I've been looking for adjustments in the traditional equations to account for the recent Hubble discoveries and haven't ran into anything as yet, but I'm certain the probability numbers are going to have to be re-examined based on these discoveries and the growing list of proven planets in other solar systems. Until recently, they couldn't even be certain other sloar systems existed much less other planets.


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Message 53 of 200 (100258)
04-15-2004 4:08 PM
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04-15-2004 4:03 PM


Re: Statistically there is.
Statistics is never to be considered solid empirical data, they are just odds. I've seen all the latest models...and it's true you get out what you put in...but with each new planet discovered, the probability numbers go up.
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Message 58 of 200 (100266)
04-15-2004 4:23 PM
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04-15-2004 4:12 PM


Re: Statistically there is.
I never said "we know there are alien out there"...I said "statistically" there are...translation..."probably".
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Message 60 of 200 (100269)
04-15-2004 4:51 PM
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04-15-2004 4:47 PM


I'll have whatever he's having...uhmmmm...no I won't.
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