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PlanetGazer

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What I thought was interesting, 50,000 years from now the stars viewed from earth will be completely different. 

by the way have you written your KEO message yet? Google it

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Could they get iibstudio to forecast the weather for next week?

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I don't see anywhere on this timeline when the rain will stop here in the UK. ?

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Ireland will have won another Grand Slam by then!

And UK might have won Eurovision  :p

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Wow, turns out Hale Bopp's return is just about the only thing we have to look forward to for the next quadrillion years or so.

If anyone wants me I'll be staring blankly into the distance and contemplating the utter futility of it all.

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I guess that's humanity as well :D

No, just men. "The Y chromosome will have weakened to the point of crumbling, making men impossible"

Sound fair to me :)

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No, just men. "The Y chromosome will have weakened to the point of crumbling, making men impossible"

Sound fair to me :)

No repopulation, no humanity :grin: 

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The end of humanity is no biggie, but I always get a little bit sad thinking of the last stars exhausting their fuel and dying. The degree of finality in that is unmistakeable. Life, within the grand scheme probably isn't that special, but the grand scheme its self is.

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The end of humanity is no biggie, but I always get a little bit sad thinking of the last stars exhausting their fuel and dying. The degree of finality in that is unmistakeable. Life, within the grand scheme probably isn't that special, but the grand scheme its self is.

But then perhaps stars dying can be seen as part of the grand scheme, leading on to the next phase:) Such a shame we'll never know.

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