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Astronomers have discovered another potentially habitable planet – and it’s at least seven times the mass of Earth. Dwarf star HD 40307g hosts a system of six planets, and one of those is believed have the potential to support human life.
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Religion is contributing nothing towards understanding life beyond earth. Super earth exists far away from the sun, therefore, life in this giant planet is so advanced. Through the process of evolution, creatures of this giant earth are so advanced because, temperature and gravity no longer affect them. Respiration there is so advanced in such a way creatures can move and fly at fast speed. That's my thinking.
What if there is intelligent life on super earth. I mean what if they are planing to visit us or perhaps maybe they already did. Who ever they are it is most likley they are not friendly. we will get in contact with them. Maybe not in our life time but in another life time.
So, how do we travel the billion, trillion miles to get there...so we can be crushed by 7 x gravity?
ok, what if this is/was the dying planet that our ancestors escaped from 2 come here 35K years ago?
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