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Comment of the Day: 'NASA Discovers a Water World --A 'New Species' "Unlike Any Planet We Know Of'

"Gas giants, terrestrial planets, and now superfluid worlds...intelligent alien life would most certainly be completely different then us. This is why it's proving so difficult for us to detect them. They're so radically different from us not only from a...
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