Level 212 Comments: Comedic Genius
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#60 - rabidaardvark (01/08/2014) [-]
Life is a lot tougher than you seem to think. life can exist in sub-zero temperatures inside ice, miles underground inside solid rock and in boiling mudpots and sulpherous vents. And thats just the carbon-based life we know about on Earth; other kinds of life could maybe exist in the kinds of enviroments we would consider impossible.
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#29 - megashot (01/07/2014) [-]
finding intelligent life is the real challenge.
Although life itself isn't that much of a miracle seeing as the only thing you need is liquid water, even europa has a high chance of having life.
Space is just so vast it would be much more difficult dissproving high chances of life.
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#281 - morkotlap (05/09/2013) [-]
I asked for the link and I tried to google. I didn't find anything, so pardon me if I doubt this. The mechanism is pretty well understood as far as internet goes.
And just a while ago you said that when the guy had 100 percent oxygen it didn't count somehow. Raising oxygen level would definitely help move this boundary few minutes longer.
#287 - ichbinlecher (05/09/2013) [-]
Perhaps, and I will concede that. I also do not know how the mechanism works. You can doubt all you want, I can't verify because I lack the resources and would have to do the same thing as you - and there is no point in doing the work myself when it doesn't matter enough for me. I am not trying to change your worldview on things, and I don't care much if you listen. I knew a random, related factoid, and shared it - basically the only thing I do on this site.
The reason I said that didn't count is because I thought somehow you were trying to say that people can hold their breath past the point of oxygen starvation (the 10 minute mark). And changing a variable like average oxygen content in the blood is going to drastically change this.