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September 10, 2020 12:27PM
If human civilization had progressed precisely as it has... invention dates, exploration dates, technology status... BUT....

The earth was the size of the Sun, (but still the earth, and habitable), how much of this bigger earth would be explored today?

You can't say 'all of it' because we haven't 'fully' explored all of this earth. Consider land masses on this 'bigger' earth perfectly proportional to our earth... size, shape, % of ocean, etc... would nearly all the 'land' be designated as separate nations? (some stipulations... 'things' remain the same size.. IOW - people, trees, animals, mountains, remain the same on this bigger earth).

Other than by space travel would any human have circumnavigated the bigger earth by land and sea? Or for that matter:

Would humans have even crossed the Bering Strait yet?... would we have gone to space BEFORE discovering North America, South America?

I have no idea what the 'consensus' scientific opinion would be.
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  Ask a scientist... my question would be:

JamesJM46September 10, 2020 12:27PM

  I find it amazing that in the 21st century..

SeattleRam14September 10, 2020 03:09PM

  Not sure there actually are any.....

JamesJM8September 10, 2020 09:38PM

  I have no answer, but. . . .

RAMbeau8September 10, 2020 05:25PM

  I think it would make for a good sci-fi novel....

JamesJM10September 10, 2020 10:43PM

  Yes, I think they would...

sstrams8September 11, 2020 04:45AM

  Re: I think it would make for a good sci-fi novel....

21Dog6September 11, 2020 04:51AM

  Remember this?

JamesJM9September 11, 2020 05:30AM

  Re: Remember this?

21Dog7September 11, 2020 05:35AM

  Re: Remember this?

RAMbeau7September 11, 2020 05:52AM

  too bad there wasn't a competition for...

JamesJM6September 11, 2020 06:33AM