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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by schmee, Jul 12, 2019.
Oh **** didn't we have a few thousand years left?
Or, just another pretty trinket?
I'm playing golf in the morning, I hope the magnetic field can hold out until we're finished.
Take a closer look.... its backasswards!
If you guys aren't here when I get back tomorrow, I'll look for you in the:
You know I'll bet that thing is the whole cause of the problem, someone has been improperly operating it, and left it like that. (I'll bet they didn't even know)
"I'm in Australia, so that means I'm safe."
Haven't you seen Mad Max?
Forget about magnetic fields, What I want to know is why do some mountains look like presidents and what is a clock?
There are just some things we'll never know? lol
I'd better start practising my "Duck and Cover".
Mad Max: Remember the guy in the mask in Mad Max 2? I used to train in the gym he owned.
Why do you say it's unlikely?
"Road Warrior". Lord Humongous.
Better yet what does he mean by "coincidence" ?
Thinking of the earth's magnetic field protecting the earth's atmosphere from solar winds would be correct thinking...
Or you could simply think of it as the earth's protective shield...
True. The Earth having a moon isn't a coincidence either. It's a fact.
He was rather.
You ll be in " The Land Up Above" , has a nice ring to it.
Hmmm, because, creationism?
So many co-occuring conditions make this planet habitable.
Maybe some scientists who study this sort of stuff take it all for granted.
The sun is a raging maniac of power while the earth is awfully close and a fairly passive cooled down blob, yet the hot iron is just right, not blowing up and blotting out the sun every other day, and creating a magical field of invisible shielding that stops the raging solar winds from ripping us the shreds and leaving us scorched and barren, like most planets.
Then again, not being a scientist that studies this stuff, I hear that the moon's magnetic field wreaks havoc with human emotions, to a degree where police and ER professionals notice the cycles. Yet the battle between raging sun and quiet molten iron doesn't make us all want to kill one another.
Or does it?
More to the point though, I said unlikely because it is seemingly uncommon.
How do you know? Ever been there? Ever met anyone that's been there? Besides, spacecraft can't escape a reverse polarity van Allen belt. I rest my case.
Well coincidence means multiple events that align perfectly enough for us to have a fairly rare habitable planet.
It seems that we are like a rack of pottery just out of the kiln.
When we first came out we were too hot for life, and soon we will be too cold for life when the sun finally burns out.
Looking at the rack, only one piece of pottery is just right in every way.
So we have age X mass of the earth, age X mass of the sun, distance from the sun, and elemental makeup of the earth, divided by time and Darwinism.
I guess that's only eight variables, and getting them all perfect for life at the same time ought to be reasonably likely in the universe.
One might presume that the perspective of the individual who calls a supremely common co-occurrence a coincidence must be very narrow.
But isn't the perspective of humanity fairly narrow?
Squinting out into space?
Even if the universe is chock full of habitable or once habitable planets that our present tech cannot find?
“Do lonely trees make better tonewood?”
“This is how science kinda of manipulates the press to further the grant/research thing.”
My Sunday morning just got better. Thanks!
I thought it was “tonz”.
That's Henry Winkler in an alternative Universe.