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And a follow up:

I, as a boomer, feel reassured by such news.
It's unlikely I'll have that many competitors jounger than me, to menace my position.
 

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Oh stfu @vdubiv

It's a moronic article by the bbc; hardly the place to go to stay relevant or whatever.
 

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Like that’s a real planet
I dabbled for a while in majoring in modern physics and I still don’t get the idea of “no solid surface”. Like no core? Is it just molten liquid at the surface? And how come all the kick ass Sci Fi shows have never flirted with the concept of weird travels in our own Solar System? They always have “safe” places on some moon or station near the gas giants but never entering their atmospheres.
 

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I dabbled for a while in majoring in modern physics and I still don’t get the idea of “no solid surface”. Like no core? Is it just molten liquid at the surface? And how come all the kick ass Sci Fi shows have never flirted with the concept of weird travels in our own Solar System? They always have “safe” places on some moon or station near the gas giants but never entering their atmospheres.
If the captain of my stellar spaceship wanted to land on a planet of molten lava, they would no longer be captain.
 

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I dabbled for a while in majoring in modern physics and I still don’t get the idea of “no solid surface”. Like no core? Is it just molten liquid at the surface? And how come all the kick ass Sci Fi shows have never flirted with the concept of weird travels in our own Solar System? They always have “safe” places on some moon or station near the gas giants but never entering their atmospheres.
Isn’t there a theory that Jupiter’s core is metallic hydrogen? I have no idea what that is but it sounds really cool.
 

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