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05 Apr 2017 00:45

i had tears watching it. there was'nt a day in my life since i was born that cassini was'nt in space  :cry:
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05 Apr 2017 01:25


If this is ever build I feel sorry for the fishes (and sea life in general) near the launch site ..
 
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05 Apr 2017 01:44

It will never be built, but if SpaceX continues going the way it is going we will get this
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14 Apr 2017 00:09

Space is too big to understand, so do not try to understand.
 
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14 Apr 2017 07:02

I guess you guys recognize the image in the background, yes? Or at least what made it.

 
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19 Apr 2017 16:17

"Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space." - Douglas Adams
 
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19 Apr 2017 16:45

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19 Apr 2017 17:14

Amen
"Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly, hugely, mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space." - Douglas Adams
 
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22 Apr 2017 17:50

 
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22 Apr 2017 18:14

Flat Earth confirmed.
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22 Apr 2017 23:55

200BC:             Eratosthenes applies geometry to measure the size of the Earth.
1519-1522:       First circumnavigation of the Earth.
1969:               Humans set foot upon the Moon and look back upon the Earth.
April 2017:       Cody confirms the Earth is flat.
 
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23 Apr 2017 03:09

DoctorOfSpace wrote:
Flat Earth confirmed.

The Earth IS flat..... at the poles.  I'm sure that's what he meant :-)
 
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23 Apr 2017 03:16

Actually it isn't -- the Earth is "squished" a bit by its rotation, but the curvature at the poles is only very slightly less than at the equator or any other point.

At any rate both of us were joking and Cody did derive the Earth's radius of curvature with fairly good precision.
 
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23 Apr 2017 04:55

Watsisname wrote:
Actually it isn't -- the Earth is "squished" a bit by its rotation, but the curvature at the poles is only very slightly less than at the equator or any other point.

At any rate both of us were joking and Cody did derive the Earth's radius of curvature with fairly good precision.

I know, I like joking around about the flat thing (oblate spheroid) because the real flat earthers are fun to joke around with :P  I believe the outer planets which are much less dense are much flatter at the poles (for example Jupiter and Saturn.)
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