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  1. Oct 8, 2017 #401

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  2. Oct 8, 2017 #402
    :wink: I agree, My screen name is just practice for the eventual.
     
  3. Oct 8, 2017 #403
    Aren't we all ? ... [practicing, that is/ or suffice with the eventual ...]
    But you never know ... Science etc. progresses. We ought to stick around! ...
    [1st (of 10) anti-aging rule of A.AAA: don't die.
    2nd: don't get sick.
    3rd: if you do get sick, correct it ...
    ... etc.]
    Buying time may buy us more time, if science makes it possible etc. ! ...
     
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  4. Oct 8, 2017 #404
    The alternative isn't attractive. :frown: Anyone following the EVA's lately?
     
  5. Oct 8, 2017 #405
    See also my full edited post above. I will get back later here to reply to yours, as time is running out for something else ...
     
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    ISamson

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    You must be in New York City to see it. Read the article.
     
  13. Oct 8, 2017 #413

    ISamson

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    You're totally right.
    This is like from the movie "The Day After Tomorrow". Have you watched it? I loved it.



    Worth watching!
     
  14. Oct 8, 2017 #414

    mfb

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    Can you please edit posts if you want to add something instead of making multiple posts in a row?
    I have no idea where you got that misconception from. From the example image there? Reading the article would have helped:
     
  15. Oct 10, 2017 #415
    Well Halley Comet was certainly a mystery!

    But someone accurately found when the Halley comet would be seen to us. I think it is every 45 years.
     
  16. Oct 10, 2017 #416

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    Nope, every 74-79 years:
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Halley's_Comet
     
  17. Oct 10, 2017 #417

    ISamson

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    Ok, sorry.
     
  18. Oct 10, 2017 #418
    Is it anywhere near our timeline, Ivan?
     
  19. Oct 10, 2017 #419

    ISamson

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    Sorry I don't understand your question.
    Could you clarify please?
     
  20. Oct 10, 2017 #420
    Can we see the Halley's Comet in our near future?
     
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