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Sorontar 12th October 2012 12:21 PM

A genuine diamond planet
 
Diamond Planet Bigger Than Earth | 55 Cancri E | Photos

With the tailored flatworld setups you can do in the snapshots, you can experience this in Minecraft, but the real thing would make a lot of girls (and guys) very happy.

Sorontar

segreto 12th October 2012 02:37 PM

230 trillion miles from Park Avenue. If I left right now...

Unfortunately, this means that life outside of our solar system can see us and all the water we have. I hope they don't want it as bad as we want diamonds.

Espesh 12th October 2012 03:11 PM

Good news everyone!
Let's just send these guys :p

http://i.imgur.com/QR45V.jpg

Bazz 12th October 2012 07:36 PM

Pfft.
I have more shiny's than that in a chest at my home.
Give me a diamond galaxy, might be interested.....:D

segreto 13th October 2012 12:02 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Espesh (Post 3679199)
Good news everyone!
Let's just send these guys :p

http://i.imgur.com/QR45V.jpg

I dont trust the guy on the right.

HenriDeacon 13th October 2012 12:52 PM

This reminds me of the old space trading game Elite, where materials would have a vastly different value at each space port. I suppose the locals would trade trade a bucket of diamonds for a drop of water. The surface temperature of that place is basically like standing in a furnace.

DeeP 13th October 2012 01:20 PM

OMG Bazz .... just think how many things we could enchant with all those diamonds

segreto 13th October 2012 01:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by HenriDeacon (Post 3680000)
This reminds me of the old space trading game Elite, where materials would have a vastly different value at each space port. I suppose the locals would trade trade a bucket of diamonds for a drop of water. The surface temperature of that place is basically like standing in a furnace.


I have fond memories of that game, and then the X3 universe games. Privateer, too. Awesome games.

Deweyoxberg 13th October 2012 01:26 PM

Never understood why science limits search for life to water-dependent life forms... or why the limit only looks at carbon based organisms.

That periodic table is huge, just sayin'.

MadMax 13th October 2012 01:57 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by DeeP (Post 3680020)
OMG Bazz .... just think how many things we could enchant with all those diamonds

Oh great, someone please get a napkin to wipe Bazz's chin.


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