Originally Posted by kael03
A couple of reasons why it would be too far fetched: 1) when a planet's parent star dies, the planet doesn't explode. It is either consumed by said star, or pushed into a new orbit, or completely obliterated if the star went supernova/collapsed into a black hole. 2) if a planet did explode, it wouldn't have enough momentum to carry it several light years to reach our own planet.
I understand that it is far fetched but it is a possibility.. and also nowhere did i mention anything about a star dying. our core could destabilize and cause an implosion or explosion. a giant meteor could strike the earth causing it to shatter .. this still would send debris into the galaxy and saying that graviy doesn't have the potential to form a planet is absurd. just look at Saturn or the milky way asteroid belt new geo-astrological bodies can and do get created all the time.now to say that chunks of earth with human remains couldn't billions of years from now be discovered else where is impossible is stupid.. much in the same manner to say that it hasn't already happened with dinosaurs is equally as stupid.
I was just merely pointing out a possibility .. no matter how small. and any scientist knows you only need one hole to shoot a theory down and nothing anyone can say will take the fact that even tho it is remotely possible it still is possible http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tlTSXr4PfSg