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Response to FirstLight (Reply #2)

Wed Jul 24, 2019, 03:06 AM

9. You're right.

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I'm sorry. My only offspring is 32 and knows he won't have a full lifespan. He's definitely not having children.

Most (#$@*!!θ) people know not and, by-damn, they don't wanna know. Wheee, we're gonna go to Mars. Wheee!!


Caveat: my hubs (PhD) just retired from NASA after 42yrs & knows that further space travel is a pipedream. Get over it folks. The universe ain't gonna matter when our oxygen-producing sources are gone.

Evolve? Not us. Nor any animals. Perhaps tardigrade and bacteria that are found to survive in glaciers and lifeforms in geysers such as thermophilic prokaryotes will survive. (Yep, had to look that one up.)
Life find ways, as the movie said. But it certainly won't be us or any of our very, very distant cousins.

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