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  1. #1 Plants in Super Habitable Exoplanets Could Look Purple 
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    Here some mind-blowing possibilities about super habitable exoplanets:


    1. The colour of the sky could be light blue, similar to the colour of the sky on Earth in summer.


    2. The oceans could be shallow, with a turquoise blue colour.


    3. The vegetation could cover more regions than in Earth, and the colour of the trees could be purple.


    Do you agree with these hypotheses?


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    3. Where did purple come from?


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    Quote Originally Posted by alpha015 View Post
    Here some mind-blowing possibilities about super habitable exoplanets:


    1. The colour of the sky could be light blue, similar to the colour of the sky on Earth in summer.


    2. The oceans could be shallow, with a turquoise blue colour.


    3. The vegetation could cover more regions than in Earth, and the colour of the trees could be purple.


    Do you agree with these hypotheses?
    Yet more spamming, I see.

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    Agreed PhDemon, he just seems to think that by doing inline ,spam links hes hiding it better.
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    As a note, alpha has already been permabanned on the .org for repeated link spam after they were removed by the mods
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