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I have plenty of questions I always ask about Astronomy but I'll ask them one at a time.What do you think about black holes and wormholes?
What are you thoughts of life outside Earth? There are some other planets that have support life, like one planet roughtly 7 or 8 light years away and a super Earth roughly 42 light years away. Do you think we'll be able to go there one day?
You bring up some pretty good points. I like that. How about dark matter/ anti-matter? Do you think we'll have any use for it? Or do you think it's all science fiction?
Alright, so on the subject of life on other planets...Let's say, just as a hypothesis, that we discovered a whole planet very much like ours, but some millions of years before the evolution of ours. Basically, stuff like dinosaurs, and all that. What would be the reaction of the scientific community? Would we play god? SHOULD we play god? What of other planets that are further down the evolutionary line, and perhaps are further evolved than even our own?I realize this relates a bit more to biology than astronomy, but it's still relative to other celestial bodies, in a way.