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Aaron Ohlmann (M, 42)
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    New ÜberEarth Discovered

    Meet Gliese 581 C, an exoplanet 20.5 light-years away with certain signatures (like liquid water / moderate temps) that indicate that it may be hospitable to life.

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    folkert     Wed, Apr 25, 2007  Permanent link
    Let's go!

    *packs bag
    A0013237932294     Wed, Apr 25, 2007  Permanent link
    Next stop, Gliese 581 C. All aboard!

    *forgets toothbrush.
    folkert     Thu, Apr 26, 2007  Permanent link
    Another hot topic—check out mrk's post as well.
    andrewohlmann     Sun, Apr 29, 2007  Permanent link
    Sweeeet. Let's just invent faster-than light travel and humanity will be set for another 30,000 years or so.
    alborz     Sun, Apr 29, 2007  Permanent link
    Not so fast guys...check this out.

    folkert     Mon, Apr 30, 2007  Permanent link
    Indeed...not too fast. Although I have no problem hopping on a Generation ship.