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- n. Plural form of ecosphere.
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I guess we can imagine a whole lot of things, like going to other planets, switching to cloned bodies, totally alien ecospheres, but oh my god: let them be straight.
To protect their herds, they've wiped out most native predators while radically changing fragile ecospheres.
Seabeds are being dredged up, diverse ecospheres destroyed ... for cow food.
Retail ground campaigns like those run in Iowa are not just bubbles, but veritable self-contained ecospheres.
The more complex but humane solution is to create enclosed ecospheres of several acres which is done in California.
R* is the average rate of star formation in our galaxy (stars / year) fp is the fraction of stars that have planetary companions ne is the number of planets per planet-bearing star that have suitable ecospheres