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First animal to survive in space
Tardigrades or 'Water bears' are the only creatures that can survive the extreme conditions of space.
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#2 Posted by
on 12 September, 2012, 9:42
Yeah waterbears are awesome. Some ppl even believe they originated from outer space. They can die and dehydrate completely and come back to life years later. In dried out state the only need one waterdrop to come back to life again. They can survive in acid and solvents. And you can find em pretty much anywhere. They've been found 6000 metres in the depths of ocean and 6 km upon mountain hilltops. Amazing. I for instance never heard about them.
#3 Posted by
on 12 September, 2012, 9:57
He says: "Did Tardigrades come from space? Anything is possible, we might have come from another Galaxy". Kind of tough to take him seriously from that point onwards.
#4 Posted by
on 12 September, 2012, 9:59
He says: "Did Tardigrades come from space? Anything is possible, we might have come from another Galaxy". Kind of tough to take him seriously from that point onwards. why? It is a possbility that the first "seeds" of existence on this planet came here on an asteroid that crashed into earth.
#5 Posted by
on 12 September, 2012, 15:43
Stopped watching this video when the guy claimed the universe is infinite.....clearly he has no grasp about the implications of an infinite universe! Outdated cliched claim which has long been dead!
#6 Posted by
on 12 September, 2012, 15:45
If panspermia can be entertained without a shred of empirical proof.....then so should creation theories!
#7 Posted by
on 12 September, 2012, 16:12
Stopped watching this video when the guy claimed the universe is infinite.....clearly he has no grasp about the implications of an infinite universe! Outdated cliched claim which has long been dead! What are implications of infinte universe? If panspermia can be entertained without a shred of empirical proof.....then so should creation theories! But doesnt we found stuff of life on Comets?
#8 Posted by
The Silver Thong
on 15 September, 2012, 2:01
Stopped watching this video when the guy claimed the universe is infinite.....clearly he has no grasp about the implications of an infinite universe! Outdated cliched claim which has long been dead! The universe is still expanding as to how big we have no idea.
#9 Posted by
The Silver Thong
on 15 September, 2012, 2:04
If panspermia can be entertained without a shred of empirical proof.....then so should creation theories! Ya ok and an all knowing god that hides amoung the shadows and feeds us lies so man can use his name to dictate is real then ya creationism could be real. However we know that is not the case. Do you know what panspermia even is compared to a god creating a universe just for us.
#10 Posted by
on 21 September, 2012, 16:16
The picture didn't look real, looked like someones army tent full of water. I have never hear of this, thanks render very interesting.
#11 Posted by
on 23 September, 2012, 5:28
If the universe is finite, what lies beyond it? If the universe is infinite, it is incomprehensible.
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