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#1 - anon (07/10/2014) [-]
Next time dont forget to specify "in our solar system"
#39 - grimmwaters ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
I like how she didn't limit herself to one solar system.
User avatar #73 to #39 - vinyls (07/11/2014) [-]
but...There is only one solar system
#81 to #39 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
so close yet so far away
the term "solar system" refers to the system built around sol, our sun, in particular. there are other systems but there is indeed only one solar system
#37 - obidomkenobi (07/11/2014) [-]
"How many planets are there?"
"I don't know, like a billion?"
"We'll bang, okay?"
#63 to #37 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
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User avatar #32 - syntheticdoll (07/11/2014) [-]
"Then there will be one less when I destroy Uranus"
Jesus Christ dude be creative
User avatar #40 to #32 - zeroqp (07/11/2014) [-]
that's sure to sweep her off her feet
#44 to #40 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
Better than your technique of sitting in front of a screen, eating cheetos and jerking off to her facebook photos. I'm sure that will get her attention.
User avatar #74 to #44 - zeroqp (07/11/2014) [-]
yeah, it will get her attention all right. And it will let her know just what kind of guy you are and that she should stay away from you. Creep. What's wrong with just telling her you like her and want to know if she wants to hang out? You know, like a real man?
#77 to #74 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
Ha! Girls always go for the "creep" as you say. They want a guy who knows what he wants and tells them about it. No messing around playing nice and being someone "responsible", they can get those anywhere when they're ready to settle down. Under the age of 30 they want someone exciting, dangerous, fun. You know, a real man?
User avatar #48 to #44 - thedutchs (07/11/2014) [-]
User avatar #16 - iHATEmonday (07/11/2014) [-]
I don't see why he didn't just follow through with the joke. He could have easily followed up with, "Well, there is about to be 999,999 planets after I destroy Uranus"
#27 to #16 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
or just say " well theres going to be one less, after i destroy uranus"
User avatar #17 to #16 - picklemanatee (07/11/2014) [-]
User avatar #50 to #17 - shivaspace (07/11/2014) [-]
In Germany it would be even 999.999.999.999 because we have the following system:

10^3 = thousand
10^6 = million
10^9 = "Milliarde"
10^12 = billion
10^15 = "Billiarde"
User avatar #18 to #17 - iHATEmonday (07/11/2014) [-]
I had a feeling I ****** up the number. I'm too tired for this **** . Still though, he could've carried out the joke still.
#56 - pepante (07/11/2014) [-]
>how many planets are there
<idk like a billion
>well, theres gonna be one less after i destroy uranus
#57 - avanger (07/11/2014) [-]
"Your mom said I'm big enough" -Pluto
#65 to #57 - killerofcows ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
as if he care, he was called a planet for less than a year
User avatar #68 to #65 - thesovereigngrave (07/11/2014) [-]
Pluto was consider a planet from 1930 to 2006. That's a hell of a lot longer than a year.
#70 to #68 - killerofcows ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
yeah for us it was 76 years, for pluto however it was only 1/3 of a year and thats what I meant
User avatar #71 to #70 - thesovereigngrave (07/11/2014) [-]
... **** . It was a science joke and I didn't get it. I feel so ashamed...
User avatar #49 - thedutchs (07/11/2014) [-]
"How many planets orbit our sun" would be a better question
User avatar #51 to #49 - skilletpanhead (07/11/2014) [-]
"How many planets are in our Solar System" would be even better.

"How many known planets are in our Solar System" would be best, but that's just a tad too sciencey for a pickup line.
#19 - lootcaboose (07/11/2014) [-]
So then you say, "well theres gonna be a billion minus one after I destroy uranus."
#8 - bluwizard (07/11/2014) [-]
**bluwizard rolled image** what i send girls
#9 - youlikeme (07/11/2014) [-]
but she's right... well technically there is more than that, like 2 billion
User avatar #22 to #9 - vinyls (07/11/2014) [-]
Approx 700 Sextillion stars based on latest calculation. To our knowledge stars have an average of 1-2 planets. Some have more others have none. Im going to go on a whim here and say there are more than 2 billion
#26 to #22 - youlikeme (07/11/2014) [-]
I was pretty close though.
User avatar #11 to #9 - Missdomayuset (07/11/2014) [-]
That we can barely perceive. There's a crap load more than that I bet.
#36 - aviatrix (07/11/2014) [-]
Well there's about to be one less after I destroy Uranus.
#84 to #36 - gitanisme (07/17/2014) [-]
funny line from content
#29 - milkray (07/11/2014) [-]
technically she's not right, the universe is infinite then there must also be infinite planets
feeling like captain obvious, but I'm obviously not

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User avatar #30 to #29 - lordofpenis (07/11/2014) [-]
The universe is not infinite.
It's expanding.
We'd encounter oblers paradox in your argument. There are not an infinite amount of planets as there isn't an infinite amount of particles/antiparticles. Plus the universe is expanding anyway.
#43 to #30 - greenfiredragon (07/11/2014) [-]
I like how you say that as if it's an definite observable fact.   
&quot;The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge.&quot;   
-Stephen Hawking
I like how you say that as if it's an definite observable fact.

"The greatest enemy of knowledge is not ignorance, it is the illusion of knowledge."
-Stephen Hawking
User avatar #54 to #43 - lordofpenis (07/11/2014) [-]
Also, Cosmic background radiation helps further prove it by having uniform temperature in all direction, of about 2.7k, which is also the temperature the radiation is calculated to be from the transparent stage of the universe, to the current day now - implying that the universe expanded for the radiation to cool, when using general relativity & thermodynamics.

U a physics grad/student?
User avatar #52 to #43 - lordofpenis (07/11/2014) [-]
Red shift proves it.
#41 to #30 - xxmemosxx (07/11/2014) [-]
We're not sure if it's infinite or not as we can only see the observable universe (which obviously isn't)
User avatar #58 to #41 - skunkarena (07/11/2014) [-]
We can observe that at night it's dark so there must be an finite number of stars.
User avatar #59 to #58 - lordofpenis (07/11/2014) [-]
I think there are some religious/old school thinkers here that like to believe in the older school of thought that the universe is infinite. Even with evidence disproving it, that or they're just people who think they understand anything n the topic because someone told them about it, without any physics background/knowledge on the topic; ill advisement.

It's almost as annoying as thinking that the earth is the centre of the solar system.
User avatar #60 to #59 - skunkarena (07/11/2014) [-]
It's weird how in physics we were so busy thinking about whether the universe is flat open or closed I never realised that so many people still are behind in debating whether it's expanding or not when there's so much evidence that is observed.
User avatar #61 to #60 - lordofpenis (07/11/2014) [-]
No, most, if not nearly all the scientific community, aside from those who love divine intevention and their creationism, believe that the universe is expanding.

All the theorems for infinite universes have been disprove and don't work. The observations also disprove them. I guess the general population who have any idea of the topic that think the universe is infinite are miseducated/educated from much older sources.

Thankfully we are still thinking the flat open or closed topic. It's difficult to accurately measure the critical density anyway. I think a closed universe would be cool, as it gives rise to the possibility of another big bang following our end.
User avatar #62 to #61 - skunkarena (07/11/2014) [-]
Well it's difficult since we don't fully understand dark matter yet. Ah the big crunch, does sound like an interesting future
User avatar #42 to #41 - skaffanl (07/11/2014) [-]
You the man!
User avatar #38 to #30 - askafj (07/11/2014) [-]
so you are saying that there is corners in space?
User avatar #53 to #38 - lordofpenis (07/11/2014) [-]
Perhaps. It depends on the shape of the universe. We can determine it from the critical speed & density, but only with some accuracy. Read a brief history of time if you want to truly understand more (it explains it in an easier style to understand), besides it's been quite a while since I've done physics at school, soI'd of forgotten some things.
#2 - realitycheck (07/10/2014) [-]
To the "how many planets in our solar system?" Still nine.

Lincoln posed this riddle once: "How many legs does a dog have? Four. How about if you call his leg a tail? Still four. Calling something by a different name doesn't change what it is."
User avatar #6 to #2 - Blargosnarf (07/11/2014) [-]
Wow, good thing they changed and rechecked the definition of a planet compared to a planetoid/dwarf planet, instead of simply renaming it.
User avatar #31 to #2 - voltkills (07/11/2014) [-]
if pluto is a planet, then so are some moons in our solar system...
User avatar #47 to #2 - devourhim (07/11/2014) [-]
This guy's gonna get abducted by plutonians like Jerry Smith did.
#66 to #2 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
Science changes. ******* deal with it.
User avatar #75 to #2 - glesh (07/11/2014) [-]
Then Pluto is a tail
#13 to #2 - leightonsolomon ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
If we count pluto as a planet we have to count all the other dwarf planets as planets.
User avatar #23 to #2 - imakejewburgers (07/11/2014) [-]
Except that is an argument against your own point. It was never a planet, we just called it one. It'd be like if we had always said that a dog had 5 legs and then realized one day that the back one was, in fact, not a leg.
User avatar #14 to #2 - gammajk ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
So we have 12 planets then, right?
You're going to start including Haumea, Makemake and Eris into the number of planets?
User avatar #4 to #2 - psykobear (07/10/2014) [-]
Imagine if we had been saying dogs had five legs the whole time, then someone discovered that the back leg was actually a tail and people got pissed off and refused to accept it?
User avatar #3 to #2 - barenoizedub (07/10/2014) [-]
It's not that it's been called something different, it's classified as something different... It's not a classified as a planet anymore and therefore isn't one.
#15 to #3 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
but it's been called something different, it was called planet and it wasn't a planet, so the guy is half right
User avatar #21 to #15 - bluenebula (07/11/2014) [-]
It was never a planet. We just called it one.
#25 to #21 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
Just to back up this guy. Pluto was called a planet, but by current day definition it is not a planet. It is in fact a 'Plutoid'. It has to meet certain conditions to be considered a planet, and Pluto doesn't meet them all because it doesn't have enough mass.

So really Pluto by name may have been a planet, but by definition it is objectively NOT planet.
User avatar #35 to #25 - regularorange (07/11/2014) [-]
This Anon is right
User avatar #24 to #15 - toosexyforyou (07/11/2014) [-]
It's like a dog has 4 legs and 2 tails but we called the 2nd tail it's 5th leg. Now we classified it correctly as a 2nd tail instead of a 5th leg.
#69 - skeptical (07/11/2014) [-]
Wasn't pluto recently reinstated as a planet tho?
Wasn't pluto recently reinstated as a planet tho?
User avatar #72 to #69 - hackapelite ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
pluto is a dwarf planet
User avatar #76 to #72 - skeptical (07/11/2014) [-]
They changed their minds a few months ago due to a new discovery
#78 to #76 - hackapelite ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
are you sure you just didn't fall for an april fools joke


also, pluto still falls into dwarf planet category in wikipedia
#83 to #78 - paulvonhindenburg (07/13/2014) [-]
&quot;Immediately after this 2006 announcement, the public exploded with outrage. There were innumerable campaigns launched that were aimed at ensuring that Pluto was reinstated as a planet. These met with no success&quot;   
What the 			****		 is wrong with people
"Immediately after this 2006 announcement, the public exploded with outrage. There were innumerable campaigns launched that were aimed at ensuring that Pluto was reinstated as a planet. These met with no success"
What the **** is wrong with people
User avatar #79 to #78 - skeptical (07/11/2014) [-]
No, I think it was before April. I know this because I saw it directly after the end of the show in the .gif.
It was something about them finding out about it being more massive than they thought with new measurements and finding like 5 new moons around it. It's not official yet but they've reached a general consensus on it
User avatar #80 to #79 - hackapelite ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]
cant find anything about pluto being reclassified as a planet in IAU website, but they did find additinal moons orbiting the thing like you said and also came up with a term "plutoid"

"A plutoid or ice dwarf is a trans-Neptunian dwarf planet: that is a body orbiting beyond Neptune that is large enough to be rounded in shape. The term plutoid was adopted by the International Astronomical Union (IAU) working group Committee on Small Bodies Nomenclature, but was rejected by the IAU working group Planetary System Nomenclature. The term plutoid is not widely used by astronomers, though ice dwarf is not uncommon. "

to be seen i guess
User avatar #67 - nump (07/11/2014) [-]
We don't know how many planets there are out there. But there are more than 8 for sure.
Scientists discover new ones all the time.
You can read more of the subject here: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Exoplanet
#64 - baitdoesnttalkback (07/11/2014) [-]
just say 999,999,999 after i destroy your anus. i dont see the problme
#55 - anon (07/11/2014) [-]
You failed to threaten to destroy her anus?
Smoooooth with the ladies
User avatar #45 - zeljkors (07/11/2014) [-]
I don't know why,but I ******* cringe every single time when someone doesn't put a question mark or at least a capital letter.
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