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Facts About The Outer Space (15 pics)

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№1 Author: Bitofinger (9 Jul 2019 02:27) Total user comments: 748


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Ridiculous. These are grade-school-level half-truths and inaccuracies. Any truth within them is strongly degraded by not telling the whole story.

Take #9 for instance. There are most likely untold billions upon billions of black holes in the universe, some moving near the speed of light - about 670 million mph - so, how impressive is the example given? What does this do to educate or elucidate? It only serves to confuse people who know no better into thinking this is somehow astounding, rare, or even unique.

In any case, "moving" is a subjective term. It actually cannot be determined that one object is moving towards or away from any other object. There is no single determinate center of the universe, no discernible fixed point in space. You want to blow someone's mind? Here's a tiny thought experiment: imagine you and I are stationary on the Earth's surface. I begin walking towards you. Well, you cannot say I am walking towards you, because I could say that I am simply lifting my feet and the Earth is rotating in my direction, taking the ground - and you - with it. Neither of us would be correct or incorrect. Sick sh*t, right?

And #15: brilliant! A dangerous planet does not exist, you witless simpletons. There are planets that are hazardous to life as we know it, but there needs to be a qualifier: dangerous to what or whom? It's certainly not dangerous to acid rain. And this leads me to the next great imbecility: "the constant raining of acid rain." I know precipitation has five syllables, as does polysyllabic, but the f*cking rain cycle is taught in God damn third grade! Most of the words used in third grade are monosyllabic, which, by the way, is a polysyllabic word!

Anyway, as I said, unimpressive, and more harmful than informative.
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