Yeah I could probably build robot slaves with plans from that thing, robot slaves which would build villages and such for poor people in Africa. Within a year Africa would have power and technology comparable to the USA. No poverty would ever strike the world again. Animal cruelty would be non existent and so would meat eating.
Plus solar system colonization.
No... meat eating?
Seriously though there's nothing wrong with eating meat unless you medically are not supposed to eat it.
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If I can't go to any other asteroid since the gravity is to low. I guess Sedna is an alright choice, Before I head off to launch in my MASSIVE rocket, are there any alternatives? Anyone else want to come?
Radioactive decay from the planet's formation might be enough to heat up the interior. It has interaction with a large moon which could cause internal tides in it or something. The planet might have an ocean of something else but it's probably not liquid water. Even if some small subsurface ponds exist there is no evidence we have for them not existing because we haven't drilled into the planet yet.
Well, we don't need to drill into a planet to know its composition. How do we know that Earth's core is iron?
Because when the planet formed the heavier elements sank to the center and lighter ones went towards the surface. Just like earth has a mantle, Pluto probably does aswell, it's ocean it's probably closer the planet's center. Since the planet is very cold.
Well, no. Sorry, but I don't even that's the case considering gold, silver, copper, lead, etcetera are more dense than iron. We actually know because Earth produces a strong magnetic field.
Anyway, I don't really have a horse in this race. Would there be any scientific significance to the existence of a liquid in Pluto?
Because when the planet formed the heavier elements sank to the center and lighter ones went towards the surface. Just like earth has a mantle, Pluto probably does aswell, it's ocean is probably closer the planet's center. Since the planet is very cold.
Given the size and position of Pluto it is very unlikely that it has any liquid of any type in it.
Well there might be life in the ocean though, even if it is single celled it would be significant. The iron core spins fast and it interacts with the outer core and it somehow makes a magnetic field. The thing with the heavy elements sinking is not really 100% as some tend to stay towards the surface. Though there is an ocean that has 3 times as much water inside our planet.
Yeah, I guess so. Anyway, I've got things to see, people to do, so I'm gonna make like a tree and rack off. Smell ya later gramps