Your Age On Other Worlds

Discussion in 'Science' started by Vicki, Mar 5, 2010.

  1. Vicki

    Vicki Cat Whisperer

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  2. Lion of Judah

    Lion of Judah Sr. Member

    I would only be 11.7 y/o if I were on Mars. Won't turn one on several planets for another 5-226 years... thats crazy when you think about it.

    Thanks for the link :)
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  3. sterbo

    sterbo sailor dog...

    Ha, Vic
    Where do you ever come up with this stuff :laugh:

    On Mars I was 32: we could have gone together...:hop:
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  4. Vicki

    Vicki Cat Whisperer

    Here and there. :D
  5. NavyBlueZ

    NavyBlueZ New Member

    This is awesome.
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  6. Hookahs

    Hookahs Banned

    I'm .148 yrs old In Pluto years, My 1st B-day isn't untill Tues, Nov 13, 2221 :party:
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  7. mcduffee420

    mcduffee420 New Member

    Wow What if another planet gets inhabited by humans and we could literally live forever and only be 60

    : )
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  8. sterbo

    sterbo sailor dog...

    If we could live forever why would we want to be 60?

    How about, say, 35 instead?
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  9. Vicki

    Vicki Cat Whisperer

    Yes, I agree. I like 35 much better. I'd love to be 35 again. :D
  10. Audio

    Audio Ω∫§¥∂∞≈

    Hmmm.. I think I prefer my Earth age of 20 over anything else :)
    edit:Vicki and Sterbo, I'd still be younger than you if you went to Mars :D
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  11. SmokeyMcPott

    SmokeyMcPott **********

    Agreed. I'm too young for any interplanetary fun when you get farther out, and too old for anything when you get farther in lol.
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  12. strutinshizz

    strutinshizz Sr. Member

    that is sooo weird to think about

    I would be 0.5 days in saturn o_O
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  13. CrayzStoner

    CrayzStoner New Member

    If anyone is wondering how this was calculated, its simple. It all has to do with how long it takes a planet to rotate 1 time around on its axis. It takes the earth 24 the farther the planet is away from the sun the longer it takes to rotate around.

    Im honestly taking a logical guess idk if what im stating is accurate, but it makes sense in my mind lol.

    EDIT: If you scroll down on the page it says the same thing ;)
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  14. Vicki

    Vicki Cat Whisperer

    Actually, I did know. ;)
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  15. Dedbr

    Dedbr Domestic War Veteran

    On Uranus I'm .63. :D That would be so cool. Only one thing though.....I ain't gonna make it to the terrible two's........;)

    Could our lifetimes here on earth equal an eternity elsewhere in the universe? Of course it would..........

    Some Where In Ded Land............
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  16. kronik

    kronik Well-Known Member

    That's really cool. Thanks for sharing :D

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