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23 Apr 2017 10:35

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Source of the post I believe the outer planets which are much less dense are much flatter at the poles (for example Jupiter and Saturn.)

It also has something to do with rotation, and the outer planets have very high rotation speeds.
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And people wonder why I always check sources.
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Checking sources?  Ain't nobody got time for that.
 
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And people wonder why I always check sources.

Doc, who is Steve Crowder?
 
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Source of the post Doc, who is Steve Crowder?

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this clown is a socialist (the t-shirt)? he sounds more like a corporatist who spreads misinformation for the fossil fuel industry.  Incidentally, the government can't "fix" anything- it's up to all of us. 
 
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None of these so-called FREE ENERGY DEVICES will ever work because they're missing the key ingredient of the thunder rune, which was used to power Atlantis until it was lost to alien invaders in 12092 BC.
 
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Hey, the electrocuted engineer from the YouTube cyberspace! Love this man!
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28 Apr 2017 03:55


The knowledge that the head of a Prince Ruperts drop is strong will not prepare you for how ridiculous this footage is.

And on a wholly unrelated topic, Space-Time tackles the statistical thermodynamic oddity of Boltzman Brains.  Also, Firefly references.

 
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Source of the post Space-Time tackles the statistical thermodynamic oddity of Boltzman Brains.  Also, Firefly references.


Maybe I am wrong, but from what I understand of the physics and of probability, it seems more likely that the physical interactions would be more likely to start a universe over a brain in a void.
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