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Discussion in 'Science' started by Vicki, Mar 5, 2010.
I like my age on Mars, only 22.9 years.
Your Age On Other Worlds
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
Where do you ever come up with this stuff
On Mars I was 32: we could have gone together...
Here and there.
This is awesome.
I'm .148 yrs old In Pluto years, My 1st B-day isn't untill Tues, Nov 13, 2221
Wow What if another planet gets inhabited by humans and we could literally live forever and only be 60
If we could live forever why would we want to be 60?
How about, say, 35 instead?
Yes, I agree. I like 35 much better. I'd love to be 35 again.
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
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.
that is sooo weird to think about
I would be 0.5 days in saturn
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 hours...so 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
Actually, I did know.
On Uranus I'm .63. 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............
That's really cool. Thanks for sharing