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#515 - littlenish
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(02/26/2012) [-]
What if there's air in space, but the government just doesnt want us to leave?
#533 to #515 - fishystickmorgan
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#537 to #533 - littlenish
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(02/26/2012) [-]
we can use Conspiracy Keanu when we want, but i didnt have the pic.
#545 to #537 - fishystickmorgan
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#520 to #515 - Darianvincent
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(02/26/2012) [-]
It...Can't be. Can it?
#494 - gibmonkey
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(02/26/2012) [-]
<-- Edit: Uranus' Ring pattern.
#350 - dvdfaust
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(02/25/2012) [-]
>dark side of the moon
>picture is lit up
#354 to #350 - anon
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(02/25/2012) [-]
..... You realize that when there is a new moon and the dark side of the moon is facing the sun it would be lit up and pictures could be taken with a satellite right?
#357 to #350 - indestructible
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(02/25/2012) [-]
The dark side of the moon always faces away from the earth, its not actually dark all the time.   
   
Seriously, how ******* stupid are you?  Look **** up before you talk **** about other people.
The dark side of the moon always faces away from the earth, its not actually dark all the time.

Seriously, how ******* stupid are you? Look **** up before you talk **** about other people.
#364 to #357 - dvdfaust
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(02/25/2012) [-]
It's at least a contradiction in terms. wouldn't it make more sense for the "dark side" to be the side that's, well, dark, as in faced away from the sun? which I guess means that picture would be possible with either a long enough exposure, a bright enough light source, or, just maybe, an incorrect term that people think you're apparently retarded for not knowing. sorry my school didn't tell me that "dark" means "away."
#976 to #364 - indestructible
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(02/26/2012) [-]
Alright, where to begin here...

First off: no, that wouldn't make more sense.

Secondly, the moon is in space and has no atmosphere to reflect light, which means that the side facing away from the sun is absolutely black. No amount of exposure would create a picture.

Third, it's not an "incorrect term," it has been called the dark side of the moon since antiquity. It's dark as in mysterious and unknown.
#1030 to #976 - dvdfaust
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(02/26/2012) [-]
First: for dark to actually mean dark? please tell me how that doesn't make sense.

Second: so the sun is the only light source in the universe, and there aren't such things on earth as starlight cameras?

Third: I'm honestly just trying to understand why anyone would say "dark" and not mean "dark."

Some definitely seems to have a case of the mad, though, so this is fun.
#1042 to #1030 - indestructible
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(02/26/2012) [-]
This is like arguing science with an art student, you're either too stupid or stubborn to understand.

I'm writing this off as a lost cause.
#1045 to #1042 - dvdfaust
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(02/27/2012) [-]
Instead of actually offering any sort of response? I'm just curious here, I'm but a student in your brilliant glow, and you're giving up? For shame.

For.

Shame.
#378 to #364 - anon
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(02/25/2012) [-]
you didn't actually think what there was a part of the moon that was always dark did you? and "dark" can also refer to unseen or unexplored...
#386 to #378 - dvdfaust
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(02/25/2012) [-]
I had been led to believe that a portion between 10 and 40% of the moon was never facing the sun due to its rotation and orbit around the earth and such.
#324 - Kabutops
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(02/25/2012) [-]
LOL had to post this pic after reading the caption on the last one
#327 to #324 - SpeedoPope **User deleted account**
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#16 - anon
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(02/25/2012) [-]
"saturn in front of the sun"

the camera would have to be farther away from the sun than saturn is to take that and we don't have any cameras that far away
#17 to #16 - Rignoroth
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(02/25/2012) [-]
your pic made me laugh, have a related pic
#18 to #16 - mattcirc **User deleted account**
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#945 - ashclump
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(02/26/2012) [-]
I was scrolling but not paying attention. Guess I spaced out.
#934 - grotesquesque
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(02/26/2012) [-]
anyone else think of the pink floyd song when they saw dark side of the moon?
#938 to #934 - anon
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(02/26/2012) [-]
it's an album not a song
#939 to #938 - grotesquesque
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(02/26/2012) [-]
same thing
#943 to #934 - anon
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(02/26/2012) [-]
No, I thought of Mulan
#944 to #934 - mandatorytrolling
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(02/26/2012) [-]
As soon as I read those words... the lyrics soon followed.
#767 - mikaelkid
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(02/26/2012) [-]
**mikaelkid rolled a random image posted in comment #343 at Disney Face Swap COMP **

MFW looking at this whole thing
#790 to #767 - ShadowIvan
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#771 to #767 - mikaelkid
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(02/26/2012) [-]
-.-
#760 - iamasian
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(02/26/2012) [-]
Uranus.
#727 - gitbag **User deleted account**
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#631 - ChicaCinnamon
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(02/26/2012) [-]
DON'T THUMB THIS UP. OP stole this from here, which was posted a couple of days ago. funnyjunk.com/funny_picture...
#640 to #631 - Aftershock
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(02/26/2012) [-]
Half the stuff on FunnyJunk is reposts. I really don't care. I haven't seen this one before, it was pretty darn cool, so I'm thumbing up OP for showing it to me. Besides, it's not like thumbs are worth anything anyway.
#595 - strengthinnumbers
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(02/26/2012) [-]
funnyjunk.com/funny_picture...

******* ASSHOLE, MAKE YOUR OWN OC AND STOP REPOSTING EVERYONE ELSES.




#492 - Darkstblood **User deleted account**
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#435 - kumiiho
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(02/25/2012) [-]
My anus in infrared light?
#322 - jasonbandicoot
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(02/25/2012) [-]
#296 - modulation
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(02/25/2012) [-]
uranus in infrared light
#287 - allamericandude ONLINE
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(02/25/2012) [-]
I've had this picture of Saturn as my desktop background for a while. What's amazing is that this was taken with an "ordinary" camera on the probe--no weird light spectrums, no special effects, nothing. If you had been where the probe had been at that time, this is exactly what you would have seen with your own eyes.
#216 - electricmodern
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(02/25/2012) [-]
FIXED