How come in a universe with trillion of galaxies there's not a single other planet with vegetation? Posted on May 23, 2023 by Anonymous How come in a universe with trillion of galaxies there's not a single other planet with vegetation?
Damn OP, you must be pretty smart if you've found a way to identify vegetation on other planets before everyone else
because a vegan lifestyle is not sustainable
true, all other planets are failing after vegans taking over. it's the inevitable extinction event of any advanced life.
anon has personally checked every planet in the universe
He also personally checked deez nuts
your so quirky anon
I didn't realize JWST was so powerful it could see planets in other galaxies. Neato.
Earth is flat and stationary. Exoplanets are a complete meme.
ok anon, if you buy a telescope and look at mars is it a sphere?
It doesn't matter. We live on a flat and stationary plane enclosed with a dome. You are never ever leaving this plane alive.
>It doesn't matter.
You can't see anything through a telescope anymore without software to filter out all the light pollution and at that point the software might as well be rendering the image rather than optically viewing it through the scope.
That's nonsense. You can see Mars at opposition by eye even in the city. It's quite visible through a normal telescope.
I live near one of the larger Metropolitan areas in the western hemisphere, and I can clearly see Mars, Venus, Jupiter, and Saturn with the naked eye depending on time of year
ignoring the art and pictures. buying a telescope or binoculars. observing with your eyes. understanding what you see with words. creating not an imitation. creating an additive definition. seeing more stars, defining stars more. seeing less stars, defining stars less. stars being less and more. planets being flat and round.
This is how stars look like, they are not 666 gorillion light years away. They are part of the dome or whatever this construct is.
What do distant terrestrial lights look like? I'm curious how they compare, as a control.
global warming turned them into desert worlds before we even got a chance to observe them.
They might host 5d instead of 3d environments
100th Star effect
They're covered in meat instead.
>How come in a universe with trillion of galaxies there's not a single other planet with vegetation?
>there's not a single other planet with vegetation?
Substantiate your claim.
there probably are
We can barely even see planets not to mention any kind vegetation. Lets see after 2 more decades.
*outside of our solar system naturally.