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Bill Maher - Make Earth Great Again

Bill Maher - Make Earth Great Again

(8:28) In honour of Earth Day, Bill Maher calls on his fellow humans to save this planet instead of trying to colonise Mars.

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FactCheck FactCheck (1740 days ago)

"There is no oxygen on Mars" and "There is no air on Mars."

Actually, there is both. The air is very thin compared to Earth and is about 1/100th of what is on Earth but it does have Air.

The composition of Mars atmosphere is 95.32% CO2, 2.7% N, 1.6% Ar, 0.13% pure Oxygen, 0.08% CO.

CO2 has two atoms of Oxygen for each atom of Carbon. Calculated means 63.55% Oxygen from the CO2 plus 0.13% pure Oxygen plus 0.04% Oxygen from the CO makes a total of 63.72% oxygen in the Mars atmosphere.

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"There is no oxygen on Mars" and "There is no air on Mars."

Actually, there is both. The air is very thin compared to Earth and is about 1/100th of what is on Earth but it does have Air.

The composition of Mars atmosphere is 95.32% CO2, 2.7% N, 1.6% Ar, 0.13% pure Oxygen, 0.08% CO.

CO2 has two atoms of Oxygen for each atom of Carbon. Calculated means 63.55% Oxygen from the CO2 plus 0.13% pure Oxygen plus 0.04% Oxygen from the CO makes a total of 63.72% oxygen in the Mars atmosphere.

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Guest: YourWelcome (1740 days ago)

Missing the point a bit.

Oxygen isn't stable enough to remain elemental without constant renewal so it ends up being combined with other elements (like carbon) to form new compounds.

Saying there is oxygen is a bit like look at a cake and saying there's flour. Not any more there isn't.

To be pedantic there is a tiny amount of elemental oxygen on mars but we certainly don't count the CO2.

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Missing the point a bit.

Oxygen isn't stable enough to remain elemental without constant renewal so it ends up being combined with other elements (like carbon) to form new compounds.

Saying there is oxygen is a bit like look at a cake and saying there's flour. Not any more there isn't.

To be pedantic there is a tiny amount of elemental oxygen on mars but we certainly don't count the CO2.

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Right, and that's why they want to land near the polar ice because there's no way to extract oxygen from the water.

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Right, and that's why they want to land near the polar ice because there's no way to extract oxygen from the water.

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Guest: YourWelcome (1740 days ago)

Where did I say that? Yes of course you can GET elemental oxygen by chemical reactions but basically there isn't any there at the moment which is what the video is referring to. Stay in school

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Where did I say that? Yes of course you can GET elemental oxygen by chemical reactions but basically there isn't any there at the moment which is what the video is referring to. Stay in school

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Guest: YourWelcome (1740 days ago)

PS that's not even why they want to land at the polar caps. Their best source for trying to GET oxygen (which isn't there yet) will be atmospheric CO2.

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PS that's not even why they want to land at the polar caps. Their best source for trying to GET oxygen (which isn't there yet) will be atmospheric CO2.

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Guest: real mad (1740 days ago)

Oh dear, it appears someone is trying to "make me look bad"

Mind you, if they study hard at school, then the concept of density of available oxygen ( in a compound or otherwise ) might occur to them, which is probably why they might head towards the poles, as suggested earlier.

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Oh dear, it appears someone is trying to "make me look bad"

Mind you, if they study hard at school, then the concept of density of available oxygen ( in a compound or otherwise ) might occur to them, which is probably why they might head towards the poles, as suggested earlier.

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Guest: (1739 days ago)

BUSTED!!!

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BUSTED!!!

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Guest: YourWelcome (1740 days ago)

HAHA! Look how easy it is to flush him out!! I knew he wouldn't be leaving! So easy to make him contradict himself ("I only use names with Mad in the title")

Proof can't leave this libtard site alone, proof he uses sock puppets, proof he knows jackshit about science

BOOOM!

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HAHA! Look how easy it is to flush him out!! I knew he wouldn't be leaving! So easy to make him contradict himself ("I only use names with Mad in the title")

Proof can't leave this libtard site alone, proof he uses sock puppets, proof he knows jackshit about science

BOOOM!

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Guest: GTing (1739 days ago)

Did you really think he would ever leave? He's here to stay, bless him. He needs us.

Well done, Sherlock. You've established that 'Real Mad' uses sock puppets.

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Did you really think he would ever leave? He's here to stay, bless him. He needs us.

Well done, Sherlock. You've established that 'Real Mad' uses sock puppets.

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Guest: real mad (1739 days ago)

I don't need you, you need me. I'm just hanging around till the election, to laugh at Joe publics total rejection of everything you stand for, although it looks like the French might beat us to it.

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I don't need you, you need me. I'm just hanging around till the election, to laugh at Joe publics total rejection of everything you stand for, although it looks like the French might beat us to it.

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Guest: real mad (1739 days ago)
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Oh and BTW,, still not using sock puppets, but who cares, after all Joe public doesn't care about your little fantasy world, and is going to say so very loudly soon.

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Oh and BTW,, still not using sock puppets, but who cares, after all Joe public doesn't care about your little fantasy world, and is going to say so very loudly soon.

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Guest: real mad (1740 days ago)

Oh dear, someone didn't like that comment

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1740 days ago)

The first Martian will be the first human born on Mars. And when they visit Earth, they will be too weak to handle the gravity. Mars is less dense than Earth with about 40% of the gravity, so Martians will feel over twice as heavy.

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The first Martian will be the first human born on Mars. And when they visit Earth, they will be too weak to handle the gravity. Mars is less dense than Earth with about 40% of the gravity, so Martians will feel over twice as heavy.

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Guest: (1739 days ago)

Typical Libtard science iliteracy from those unfortunate morons who never had the education in hard sciences. Easy to follow the Libtard narrative if you are taught never to question. Sad really.

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Typical Libtard science iliteracy from those unfortunate morons who never had the education in hard sciences. Easy to follow the Libtard narrative if you are taught never to question. Sad really.

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