Joined: Jan. 2006
|Quote (Doc Bill @ Nov. 05 2013,18:37)|
|Quote (Lou FCD @ Jan. 27 2006,08:19)|
|Wow, I've read a little on this at a couple of sites. This is the kind of stuff that really gets my interest and attention. Frankly, I don't give a rat's ass about the shuttle, the moon, mars, or our cute yellow star for any other reason than getting to these places is the first step in getting someplace interesting. I'm waiting for the day I (more likely my grand or great grand children) can get on a star ship and GO to some other rocky planet and talk to the locals. (My first question would be "excuse me, are you the intelligent designer?") Of course, they'll all speak English. |
Seriously, before I die, I just want to go to one place where life has evolved other than Earth, just to see what it looks like. Every discovery like this brings us one step closer to doing just that.
This just in, Lou.
"Scientist able to quantum transport up to 300 grams of matter 1.6 billion miles."
So, it appears you'd be able to send your index finger on a trip to Uranus.
Send postcard, plz!
â€śWhy do creationists have such a hard time with commas?
Linkyâ€ś. ~ Steve Story, Legend