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Old 10-28-2008, 03:30 PM
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Monsieur Hood didn't know how to make hotlinks in a board message.

Cool tutorial, Eliza!
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Monsieur Hood didn't know how to make hotlinks in a board message.

Cool tutorial, Eliza!
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Old 10-29-2008, 05:52 AM
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And who's to say that the xeno-crowd doesn't migrate? Or have vacation planets?
Wait, what? What does that have to do with the evolution of intelligent life?
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Old 10-29-2008, 07:08 AM
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Is it believed that life would evolve in such a system at the same rate ours did, or is it not possible for jump-starts or a faster rate, depending on what kind of life is in question. Are we talking fully fledged walking communicating and thinking life, or much less complex organisms?

Either way, cool discovery!
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Is it believed that life would evolve in such a system at the same rate ours did, or is it not possible for jump-starts or a faster rate, depending on what kind of life is in question. Are we talking fully fledged walking communicating and thinking life, or much less complex organisms?

Either way, cool discovery!
I think that even with the most sophisticated predictive models it is almost impossible to hypothesise how, when and what life will develop on other planetary bodies. What can be said with relative probability is that life, of any form, is almost certain to have developed in extra-terrestrial environments.
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Perhaps there are still dinosaurs there, or wooly mammoths with primitive humaniods chasing them with sticks, who knows? Not us, not yet. We're too busy scrapping over our own natural resources and who's got the most toys, to build a starship and find out.
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That was a demonstration to show how to input links. Obviously.
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