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alberto91

Plants in Super Habitable Exoplanets Could Look Purple

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Here some mind-blowing possibilities about super habitable exoplanets:

1. The colour of the sky could be light blue, similar to the colour of the sky on Earth in summer. 

2. The oceans could be shallow, with a turquoise blue colour.

3. The vegetation could cover more regions than in Earth, and the colour of the trees could be purple. 

Do you agree with these hypotheses?

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15 hours ago, alberto91 said:

Do you agree with these hypotheses?

A hypothesis is a proposed explanation of phenomena, as a consequence any truly scientific hypothesis must be based upon observation. Subsequently, if we have no observational data to base the said hypotheses upon we are forced to conclude that there is in fact no hypotheses only fantasy and speculation. :dontknow:

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On 01/01/2020 at 00:16, azrabella said:

I see it something  like this...

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amazing pic!

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