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Peanut 8 year s ago
This long-time amateur astronomer thanks you from the bottom of her heart. Great post!

#8 & #24...Carl Sagan was the best.
       
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djp 8 year s ago
That's more like it!

Good post!
       
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MrTroll 8 year s ago
Michael from Vsauce covered some of these in his videos on youtube ^-^
       
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gigantes 8 year s ago
#5, it doesn't have anything to do with scale. it's about mass vs. space. the stellar object could be the size of a grape seed up to the size of the universe itself (whatever THAT is). if the relational threshold gets crossed, it gets crossed, okay? that's the catylyst-thingy-watchamacallit. so, in other words... watch your godammed grape seeds.

#30, yea yea yea... bla blah bla. well, MY species spent a vagrently-long amount of time there that will never be remotely measurable by earthly standards, and the RASPBERRIES AND RUM CAN GET TIRESOME, okay?

THE RASPBERRIES AND RUM CAN GET TIRESOME!

#34, glad at least one other westerner in the hemisphere figured this simple fact of existence out. new church, bro? :)
       
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loomysh 8 year s ago
#12 if even 1%? more like 0.0000001%

#20 dust you are and to dust you shall return

#30 how'd you figure? :)
       
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gigantes 8 year s ago
psst, loomysh-- seems someone here is not a fan of facts and/or silliness. what shall we do? D:
       
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