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Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by LordRaven » Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:11 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?


It's a valid question as according to wiki:

Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuterium

Normal water is H20, heavy water is D20, where H is the normal/most common hydrogen isotope and deuterium is the other/less common hydrogen isotope. Is that correct, as my chemistry is a bit rusty these days?


ah, a long time since I looked it up. I mean sweet water then, amiotic fluid.

Amniotic fluid never flowed on earth, it requires the birthing process for it to be formed

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by LordRaven » Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:09 pm

art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:do You know how far the rockies are from the mid atlantic ridge in millennia?


We're talking about continental drift, plate tectonics here?

And no, without looking it up. At a guess hundreds of thousands of years.


in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?

I don't think there was a time when only heavy water flowed on earth...

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heavy_water

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by LordRaven » Mon Jul 15, 2019 12:03 pm

McAz wrote:
MungoBrush wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Meaning the old answer to anything unexplained --God -- is still being used today, even on here.


The thread title is ADVANCED Alien life
So if they are more advanced than us - they would have had no need to invent god or religion.

Perhaps they became as gods? :dunno:


Super advanced technologies would appear as such for sure.

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by McAz » Sat Jul 13, 2019 9:20 pm

MungoBrush wrote:
LordRaven wrote:Meaning the old answer to anything unexplained --God -- is still being used today, even on here.


The thread title is ADVANCED Alien life
So if they are more advanced than us - they would have had no need to invent god or religion.

Perhaps they became as gods? :dunno:

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by MungoBrush » Sat Jul 13, 2019 9:18 pm

LordRaven wrote:Meaning the old answer to anything unexplained --God -- is still being used today, even on here.


The thread title is ADVANCED Alien life
So if they are more advanced than us - they would have had no need to invent god or religion.

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by art0hur0moh » Tue May 14, 2019 5:32 pm



Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by art0hur0moh » Mon Apr 29, 2019 8:47 am



I think I knew that before? I must not have understood why three straight lines on a sphere create a 90 degree angle!

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by art0hur0moh » Sat Apr 13, 2019 11:42 pm

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by art0hur0moh » Fri Apr 12, 2019 11:15 pm

Ubuntu :yess:

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by jra » Fri Apr 12, 2019 10:07 am

Rolluplostinspace wrote:
jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?


It's a valid question as according to wiki:

Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuterium

Normal water is H20, heavy water is D20, where H is the normal/most common hydrogen isotope and deuterium is the other/less common hydrogen isotope. Is that correct, as my chemistry is a bit rusty these days?

Nothing to do with your chemistry you Googled.


I did. I'm asking whether I understood what I'd read correctly. That's all.

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by art0hur0moh » Fri Apr 12, 2019 3:29 am

art0hur0moh wrote:
jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?


It's a valid question as according to wiki:

Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuterium

Normal water is H20, heavy water is D20, where H is the normal/most common hydrogen isotope and deuterium is the other/less common hydrogen isotope. Is that correct, as my chemistry is a bit rusty these days?


ah, a long time since I looked it up. I mean sweet water then, amiotic fluid.

nup, I don't recal learning that hydrogen had a neutron. only knew it as an unstable isotope with one electron.

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by art0hur0moh » Fri Apr 12, 2019 3:14 am

jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
jra wrote:
We're talking about continental drift, plate tectonics here?

And no, without looking it up. At a guess hundreds of thousands of years.


in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?


It's a valid question as according to wiki:

Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuterium

Normal water is H20, heavy water is D20, where H is the normal/most common hydrogen isotope and deuterium is the other/less common hydrogen isotope. Is that correct, as my chemistry is a bit rusty these days?


ah, a long time since I looked it up. I mean sweet water then, amiotic fluid.

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by Rolluplostinspace » Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:25 am

Is this alien life?

We contain microbes so deeply weird they alter the very tree of life

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“Biology is full of surprises,” says Bapteste, an evolutionary biologist at the Pierre and Marie Curie University in Paris. “Since we have not yet exhaustively sampled all the DNA in the world, there is still room for finding rare, strange creatures.”


A realist might say that Bapteste’s mission is doomed to fail. After all, we are in the 2010s, not the 1710s. It is unthinkable that biologists can unearth new divisions of life on Earth – let alone make those discoveries in the intimately familiar environment of the human body.

They would be wrong. Recent research shows that our bodies are home to microbes unlike anything science has encountered before – some so alien that they are rewriting the tree of life. What’s more>>>>> https://www.newscientist.com/article/mg ... e-of-life/

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by Rolluplostinspace » Fri Apr 12, 2019 2:22 am

jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
jra wrote:
We're talking about continental drift, plate tectonics here?

And no, without looking it up. At a guess hundreds of thousands of years.


in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?


It's a valid question as according to wiki:

Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuterium

Normal water is H20, heavy water is D20, where H is the normal/most common hydrogen isotope and deuterium is the other/less common hydrogen isotope. Is that correct, as my chemistry is a bit rusty these days?

Nothing to do with your chemistry you Googled.

Re: Signs of Advanced Alien life in Our Galaxy?

Post by jra » Fri Apr 12, 2019 1:11 am

art0hur0moh wrote:
LordRaven wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:
jra wrote:
art0hur0moh wrote:do You know how far the rockies are from the mid atlantic ridge in millennia?


We're talking about continental drift, plate tectonics here?

And no, without looking it up. At a guess hundreds of thousands of years.


in a sense. is the ridge a remnant of the mid atlantic volcano at a time when only heavy water flowed on Earth?


When only heavy water flowed on earth? When was that? I have never heard such a silly remark.

You have never heard of heavy water?


It's a valid question as according to wiki:

Deuterium has a natural abundance in Earth's oceans of about one atom in 6420 of hydrogen.


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deuterium

Normal water is H20, heavy water is D20, where H is the normal/most common hydrogen isotope and deuterium is the other/less common hydrogen isotope. Is that correct, as my chemistry is a bit rusty these days?

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