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No we can't. Not really. And how do you get oxygen from carbon?



Three million years, actually. 200,000 as Homo Sap. Sap.


Very easily, as demonstrated by experiment.


Not at all.


Not known for sure, but it's been speculated that it would lead to humans adapting to be stronger, and potentially shorter.


Your climate changes dramatically every year as the seasons turn. And you can be in Ecuador one day, and Antarctica the next, and live in both, with different tools.


It's for the explorers to decide if it's worth it. And do you mean tectonic? The earth experiences constant tectonic activity. More tectonic activity would be good for Gliese 581 g because it would mean more CO2 in the atmosphere, so a stronger greenhouse effect.


We have no idea yet.



Of course. Just... Try to get the science right when you speculate.
i think you miss understood the meaning of my post, however im used to the forum lingo on the net, as everything is basically taken to an extreamist stand point, however we make water all the time, currently we dont produce it in a mass, although in the next 20 years i am sure we will need to.

EXAMPLE, hybrid cards, hydrogin full cells, human urine can be turned into drinkable water, there is another process that term slips my mind, however it is the essential (i wanna say reverse osmoses, but that could be incorrect) process mixing hydrogen with oxygen to create water, it has been done in labs, as with anything on the periodic table of elements, if we can break it down, we usually can put it back together (HOWEVER, doing so on mass scale, and in a such way that is afordable, is different all together, i am just trying to say it is possible, and has been done)

Carbon: Plant Life, the process of Photosythisis (spelling) creates breathable AIR
nuff said

thats why i said 50,000+ (i use found effidence, not just dates that are based on theroy and probility)

capilary action, bone and tissue density, these are things that have been set for, well i geuss 3+ million years and 200k has homosapsaps on earth, one would think it could take just as long for us to adapt again,

our climate changes are suddle, usually a max yearly fluxuation of 80C, +40 summer, -40 winter, however, on a different planet, with different Axis of rotation, different rate of rotation, and different wind forces and so forth, climate changes could be +200+ in fluxuation, humans cant adapt to that. (yet)

tetonic activty, for example, different magnectic fields and forces, could mean they ship more violently, faster, slower ect then what we have on earth, whats there one year, could in some theorys be 1000 kms in a different location.
   
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Maybe we could call it New Australia and use it in the same way when Aussie was uhh ... you know
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Maybe we could call it New Australia and use it in the same way when Aussie was uhh ... you know
No... Space Australia.
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We still have millons of years till the sun will expand far enough to the point we won't be able to live on here because of the heat. Till then we will have to figure out a way to get to these habitable planets we have found or will find. There is one moon around jupiter i think it is that NASA is looking at everyday, not to hopefully live there, but it's and Earth like moon that could have life on it
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i think you miss understood the meaning of my post, however im used to the forum lingo on the net, as everything is basically taken to an extreamist stand point, however we make water all the time, currently we dont produce it in a mass, although in the next 20 years i am sure we will need to.

EXAMPLE, hybrid cards, hydrogin full cells, human urine can be turned into drinkable water, there is another process that term slips my mind, however it is the essential (i wanna say reverse osmoses, but that could be incorrect) process mixing hydrogen with oxygen to create water, it has been done in labs, as with anything on the periodic table of elements, if we can break it down, we usually can put it back together (HOWEVER, doing so on mass scale, and in a such way that is afordable, is different all together, i am just trying to say it is possible, and has been done)

Carbon: Plant Life, the process of Photosythisis (spelling) creates breathable AIR
nuff said

thats why i said 50,000+ (i use found effidence, not just dates that are based on theroy and probility)

capilary action, bone and tissue density, these are things that have been set for, well i geuss 3+ million years and 200k has homosapsaps on earth, one would think it could take just as long for us to adapt again,

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tetonic activty, for example, different magnectic fields and forces, could mean they ship more violently, faster, slower ect then what we have on earth, whats there one year, could in some theorys be 1000 kms in a different location.
Sure, we could terraform the planet as we are planning to do with Mars over decades. You reminded me of this video:

I find it interesting you chose to point out your misspelling of photosynthesis but missed the other two dozen words



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what type of atomosphere does it have? does it have the similar effect ours
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We have no idea yet.
We can detect the makeup of the atmosphere by simply measuring the absorption lines in the light coming from the star as it orbits around.
Edited by PoopaScoopa - 7/19/11 at 6:29pm
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3.5 times the mass of earth? with that amount of gravity, your bones would be crushed from your own mass, you wouldn't even be able to walk...
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Maybe we could call it New Australia and use it in the same way when Aussie was uhh ... you know
Hey, you can't use that joke. You guys had convicts sent there too
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No... Space Australia.
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you will be 3 times heavier on that planet
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People can't even solve the issues they have on this planet.
They can't even solve the problems in this neighbourhood - let alone the planet.

Other worlds would be really cool because maybe we could learn something, or at least get some cool new foods - just like when Europe "discovered" America, discovering Cocoa and Potatoes - which done right, becomes chocolate and french fries...
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