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Old July 13th 18, 10:32 PM posted to alt.astronomy
Mark Earnest[_2_]
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Since not much time has passed since the Big Bang on a cultural scale chances

are we will find younger rather than older civilizations on planets of nearby

star systems--meaning dinosaurs because they are the most likely life form for

adapting to a new planet where there are mountains of vegetation.
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Old July 14th 18, 12:09 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Friday, July 13, 2018 at 2:32:06 PM UTC-7, Mark Earnest wrote:
Since not much time has passed since the Big Bang on a cultural scale chances

are we will find younger rather than older civilizations on planets of nearby

star systems--meaning dinosaurs because they are the most likely life form for

adapting to a new planet where there are mountains of vegetation.



Yes, the Reptilians!

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Old July 14th 18, 11:26 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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Mark Earnest wrote on 14/07/2018 7:32 AM:
Since not much time has passed since the Big Bang on a cultural
scale chances are we will find younger rather than older
civilizations on planets of nearby star systems--meaning dinosaurs
because they are the most likely life form for adapting to a new
planet where there are mountains of vegetation.

"not much time has passed"!! Yeah, sure, not much time .... only 13.8
Billion years or so, i.e. the entire existence of the Universe!!

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Daniel
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Old July 14th 18, 11:49 AM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Saturday, July 14, 2018 at 5:27:35 AM UTC-5, Daniel60 wrote:
Mark Earnest wrote on 14/07/2018 7:32 AM:
Since not much time has passed since the Big Bang on a cultural
scale chances are we will find younger rather than older
civilizations on planets of nearby star systems--meaning dinosaurs
because they are the most likely life form for adapting to a new
planet where there are mountains of vegetation.

"not much time has passed"!! Yeah, sure, not much time .... only 13.8
Billion years or so, i.e. the entire existence of the Universe!!

--
Daniel


13.8 billion years is nothing--we are just getting started. Time passes by quickly for some.

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Old July 19th 18, 07:32 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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... will find younger rather than older civilizations on planets of nearby

star systems ...


We can not, nor will we ever be able to determine what's on any
planets in other star systems.

DO THE SIMPLE MATH !

Distances between stars are far too great for that type of
interaction. Telescopes and other like devices are nowhere near
capable of dirrectly detecting any such planets.
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Old July 20th 18, 12:57 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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Distances between stars are far too great for that type of
interaction. Telescopes and other like devices are nowhere near
capable of dirrectly detecting any such planets.

Which is exactly why the Astronomers have detected well over 3,000
exo-planets ....

Yes but almost all INdirrectly, i.e. - through star wobble or blips in
star brightness. Essentially none can be seen dirrectly and nothing
can be positively known about what may be on them.
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Old July 22nd 18, 10:07 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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On Friday, July 13, 2018 at 2:32:06 PM UTC-7, Mark Earnest wrote:
Since not much time has passed since the Big Bang on a cultural scale chances

are we will find younger rather than older civilizations on planets of nearby

star systems--meaning dinosaurs because they are the most likely life form for

adapting to a new planet where there are mountains of vegetation.


First meat for warm blooded animals was dinosaurs.Bert
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Old July 22nd 18, 10:41 PM posted to alt.astronomy
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"Herbert Glazier" alias
Swine "reber G=emc^2" wrote:
"I've posted now for 26 years" that "I park & bark in the dark.
I'm a stupid **** and always very full of it." said

SwineBert who was always just a mental cadaver
who refuses to explain why SwineBert's has posted
these items below in words & by name:

(1)
On 07Feb 2015 & on 08Feb2015, Face-****ter Glazier wrote:
Harlow Campbell HVAC, ,
& Saul Levy
& Jacoby Benj, :
"I'll be sitting on your faces to take a **** & say: "Open wide".
http://pbs.twimg.com/media/A8MGOU-CQAEaZw4.jpg

(2)
On 06Dec2014, when the Christian-Hater, JewPigBert Glazier
said to "benj" :
"Reality is you always post under me for you are an ass kisser.
For Christmas I'll **** on your kisser."
http://pbs.twimg.com/media/A8MGOU-CQAEaZw4.jpg
"Benj, you can thank me in advance". - TreBert. ... addinng

(3)
On 03Aug2017:
"benj, you eat **** and your ****ty brain is coming out your ears."
On 20Jul2018:
Benj, my posts are way over your head.Reality is your head
is up your ass.So fart it out before you get constipated.Bert

(4)
On 25Mar2008, Graveyard Vandal Glazier wrote in:
https://groups.google.com/group/sci.physics/msg/3ffe7b2257cf8a9a
https://groups.google.com/forum/#!msg/sci.physics/uYtpFTRnW4k/morPVyJ7_j8J
"Hanson, I will **** on your grave. And have a good laugh
when it seeps down on your face". -- Bert

(5)
On 24Jun2018 SwineBert Glazier said to
Mark Earnest "your nose is
in a **** bucket all the time. Eat **** and you fit" -- Bert


 




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