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15548054 No.15548054 [Reply] [Original]

Where are all the Aliens !?

>> No.15548060

Finally a good science discussion thread. Cheers, OP

>> No.15548080

We literally don't have the technology to go look for carbon or silicon based unintelligent life on any celestial bodies other than the moon,and even if we did we are looking for all the wrong traits, life on our own planet has evolved and thrived in FAR WORSE conditions than any of us could fathom and yet the three things we look for are water, oxygen, and a planet-sun warmth zone that's the same as ours.

Honestly, no wonder we haven't found anything yet, we're barely trying.

>> No.15548153

Aliens dont exist
We are the only intelligent life in this plane of our universe
No i will not elaborate

>> No.15548156

>>15548054
Space.

>> No.15548161

>Go to Europa
>Drill hole through ice crust
>Drop small submarine through hole
>Find giant alien squid
That was easy

>> No.15548265

>>15548054
Why would advanced civilizations care about some primitive planet? We are less than ants.

>> No.15548374

>>15548054
in your ass

>> No.15548936

>>15548161
Lol exactly. Why can’t we get Elon on this

>> No.15549011

>>15548153
Fish fear me and stuff
I am alone on this barren world

>> No.15549016

>>15548161
More like send rtg unit to Europa, let it melt down through ice with cable connected to com relay, THEN take pictures of giant alien squids, simple pimple

>> No.15549020

>>15549016
How long would it take to melt down through 12km or howeve of ice? Well, lmao I’m glad you asked

>> No.15549027

>>15549020
I’m estimating about 7 years to melt through ice, if it was 12km, and you could melt through 1ft per hour

>> No.15549039

>>15549027
Also you’d have to design the worlds most strongest self heating cable, so it wouldn’t get frozen and stuck, and it would have to not fail after 7 years

>> No.15549043

>>15549039
And if the cable does get stuck or whatever, have a backup relay system that could mesh net communicate through whatever type of signal goes through solid ice lmao

>> No.15549046

>>15549043
Poop out little com relay nugget stations and basically we are in business, oh and they would need their own mini mini rtgs

>> No.15549114

>>15549027
There are probably areas where the ice is much thinner since huge water geysers have been seen erupting into space.

>> No.15549189

>>15549114
What’s the lineup for planned or proposed missions regarding Europa /ice worlds

>> No.15549670

>>15548054
People who ask this question just don't understand how big the Universe is i think...

>> No.15549674

>>15549670
How big is the universe? And where are the aliens?

>> No.15549676

>>15549674
They're out there. We can't see them.
>muh fermi

>> No.15550628

>>15549676
There are no aliens anywhere in the Universe.