If We Were Just a Bit Closer to the Sun

if we were just a bit closer to the sun
  1. Damon Champion Hewitt says:
    seems legit.
    seems legit.
  2. Carlos Cervera Cruz says:
    hahahahahahaha
    hahahahahahaha
  3. Joshua Ramer via Facebook says:
    Lol Somebody has no idea what he is talking about.
    Lol Somebody has no idea what he is talking about.
  4. Paul Antosy-Ott via Facebook says:
    Silly Christians
    Silly Christians
  5. Chris Morton says:
    And this compensates for our slight elliptical orbit, how?
    And this compensates for our slight elliptical orbit, how?
  6. Charles Watson via Facebook says:
    www.facebook.com/groups/TheBiblePutToTheTest
    www.facebook.com/groups/TheBiblePutToTheTest
  7. Richard York Seely II says:
    Or, out of the countless other planets, the earth just so happened to be situated in an orbit around the sun that made life possible, and after a long while, life came to be and evolved into what we see to day. Science is amazing.
    Or, out of the countless other planets, the earth just so happened to be situated in an orbit around the sun that made life possible, and after a long while, life came to be and evolved into what we see to day. Science is amazing.
  8. Gerald Grealish says:
    Not really, because the earth moves a lot and the orbit is not round.
    Not really, because the earth moves a lot and the orbit is not round.
  9. Nicole Wiz says:
    I'd call you a faggot for that response if you weren't my friend.
    I'd call you a faggot for that response if you weren't my friend.
  10. Anthony Williams says:
    -question- how did I get ladder?
    -question- how did I get ladder?
  11. Richard York Seely II says:
    SCIENCE BITCHES, IT WORKS. And you call me a faggot regardless. LOL it's why we are friends.
    SCIENCE BITCHES, IT WORKS. And you call me a faggot regardless. LOL it's why we are friends.
  12. Arturo Montalvo says:
    ha, god doesn't even exist you fool! LOL
    ha, god doesn't even exist you fool! LOL
  13. Alexander Sergejev says:
    Richard York Seely II, ever watched Cosmos with Carl Sagan? It's awesome. In one of the episodes he explains the science behind the beginning of life. Once it is properly understood it not only is not surprising, you can see that it must actually be pretty common in the universe. Maybe 1/10000 stars has a life bearing planet, and if that is true the universe is absolutely teeming with life.
    Richard York Seely II, ever watched Cosmos with Carl Sagan? It's awesome. In one of the episodes he explains the science behind the beginning of life. Once it is properly understood it not only is not surprising, you can see that it must actually be pretty common in the universe. Maybe 1/10000 stars has a life bearing planet, and if that is true the universe is absolutely teeming with life.
  14. Alexander Sergejev says:
    To add to the original point, not only is there a 'bio-zone' in a solar system, also within the galaxy it needs to be far enough away from the center (massive black hole) to not be ravished by extreme gravity fluctuations and solar radiation and such. So there is a certain necessary distance from the center of a galaxy as well. Additionally, the star a planet revolves around needs to have a lot of metals and other heavier elements to provide all the different elements required for complex biochemistry. But that is just what we 'know' so far. Recently here on earth, we have found life in some really unexpected places such as by volcanic vents on the ocean floor, and in boiling, acidic natural hot springs. Ultimately, who knows what is really required to sustain life. Our own solar system may still hold extraterrestrial life we have yet to discover on places like Io, or perhaps the outer atmosphere of Jupiter.
    To add to the original point, not only is there a 'bio-zone' in a solar system, also within the galaxy it needs to be far enough away from the center (massive black hole) to not be ravished by extreme gravity fluctuations and solar radiation and such. So there is a certain necessary distance from the center of a galaxy as well. Additionally, the star a planet revolves around needs to have a lot of metals and other heavier elements to provide all the different elements required for complex biochemistry. But that is just what we 'know' so far. Recently here on earth, we have found life in some really unexpected places such as by volcanic vents on the ocean floor, and in boiling, acidic natural hot springs. Ultimately, who knows what is really required to sustain life. Our own solar system may still hold extraterrestrial life we have yet to discover on places like Io, or perhaps the outer atmosphere of Jupiter.
  15. Alexander Sergejev says:
    **Fact -most people that believe in the Judeo-Christian god are stupid. Eva Mendes' body is amazing!
    **Fact -most people that believe in the Judeo-Christian god are stupid. Eva Mendes' body is amazing!
  16. Phil Foster says:
    you want to a dick up your ass.
    you want to a dick up your ass.
  17. Marcus Campbell says:
    This is stupid.
    This is stupid.