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Originally posted by phishyblankwaters
Will gravity be the same 10,000 years from now? We don't know. All signs point to the force of gravity being a static force since a few billionths of a second after the big bang, and nothing so far suggests that's going to change.
Jupiter's atmosphere is rich in Helium-3, one of those expensive limited valuable resources that humanity so enjoys.
Look at Saturn. There is nothing else out there like Saturn. Saturn, does not make sense. If people were living in Saturn, then the rings would make sense. Look at what we can do.
Originally posted by samkent
reply to post by SPACEYstranger
Therein lies the fun, adventure, and discovery! Have you no prospects for the future? The price will go down, hopefully in our lifetime.
These valuable resources you speak of cost many times their worth just to get to. Which makes them worthless.
We can measure this water, it is hot; we know everything about water now!
Originally posted by VeritasAequitas
reply to post by wmd_2008
If I was in the astral plane, and you were in the physical, you wouldn't see me. You can't see ghosts can you? Well, there you go...Ghosts and spirits reside in the astral plane...
Do you even know what you are talking about? Yet, you have the nerve to tell me to 'stfu'....Immaturity....
Originally posted by mcx1942
I have always found it interesting how the Rings of Saturn look like vinyl record grooves. I wonder if anyone has tried to replicate the grooves on a record and see it it plays back anything. Just my 2 cents on Saturn's Rings.