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The Universe Is Just Awesome II

The Universe Is Just Awesome II
More Fun, Interesting, and Awe Inspiring
Fastal" theor" ges About the Universe
The phrase, "In space, no one can hear you scream." is
entirely correct. If this explosion were to take place, and
you were there to witness it, you would not hear a sound.
It would be the most quiet explosion you have ever heard.
Let' s talk about black holes for a minute. No one really
understands what goes on inside a black hole. It is
theorized that at the center, all matter is stretched
unimaginably thin. Anything relatively close to a black hole
will be sucked in. Black holes got their name because
they' re gravitational pull is so immense, that not even light
particles can escape the pull. Though they are called black
holes, some can be visible. The smaller the black hole, the
more light it emits. some of the smallest black holes
actually glow.
one theory about black holes is that all matter that is
sucked into one, may not be destroyed after all. Scientists
theorize that there may be such a thing as a ‘white hole
which would expell all matter that was sucked into it' s
connected black hole. The big problem with black holes
and white holes is that we can' t actually test them. If we
were to launch someone into one, we wouldn' t be able to
tell if they lived or died. If they lived, they might be spit out
of a white hole millions of miles away and we wouldn' t be
able to talk to them. If they died, well then we really
wouldn' t be able to talk to them.
Moving onto Neutrinos. Neutrinos are incomprehensibly
small. They also are extremely fast, once believed to be
moving at the speed of light. Every hour of every day,
neutrinos are passing through millions of people around
the world. They can actually travel through the entire Earth
without ever coming into contact with another atom,
Although, if they happen to come into contact with an
atom inside your body, the effects could be devastating. It
could start a mutation inside one of your cells and cause
cancer. or even worst, if it happens to hit an embryo' s cell
while still in the room, it can cause hon' ibae birth defects.
The Universe Is Just Awesome
I will derr" m" be making more ofthose just
because I LOVE learning about the universe and
informing others ofthe fascinating wonders of our
universe!
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #270 - Longcatisloooooong
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I threatened to DDOS funnyjunk and all I got was my comments changed into this. I am absolutely begging for some cock.
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User avatar #284 to #277 - mwhitey
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thumb for you my good sir
User avatar #235 - TheTao
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Don't you mean the quietest explosion you "never" heard?
User avatar #252 to #235 - Doctorpimpdoctor
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oh i see what you did thar!
#3 - anon id: dcfbd93b
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well at least you didnt talk about the big bang. it is absolutely impossible for matter to form from nothing. no matter what happened to create this universe, there had to have always been something there
#9 to #3 - anon id: a6d7b682
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is this what quantum mechanics is built on? that until something is measured. then it can technically be in both states..So the creation of the universe is impossible to measure so it could actually be "something" in a state of "nothingness"...too bad we will never understand
#56 to #3 - marteboi
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also, due to the law of angular conservation if the big bang actually happened all of the planets and suns would rotate in the same direction, which isn't the case
User avatar #94 to #3 - Finite
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there is a theory stating that the universe is in a cycle. that basically the universe expands then then all of a sudden it comes back together and implodes, (basically the big bang, all existence of a previous universe is eliminated) and we begin again. the explosion could occur from anti-matter.

another possibility is that it isnt a Universe at all and that it is a multiverse, and that our universe branched out from another universe and it began as a big bang. but at this point this theory is nothing more than a theory
#309 to #94 - Larrybearnelson
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I ******* love all the **** you can think of when you talk about the universe. I don't really have an opinion on what happened, or what's going to happen. i'm just along for the ride and whatever happens, happens. I'm not emo or anything, i say this from a scientific standpoint, i kinda want to die... just to see what it's like. Kinda like the movie 'Flatliners.'
User avatar #4 to #3 - dakunism [OP]
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thats the thing....the mind can't comprehend nothingness
User avatar #11 to #4 - patriotic canadian
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its true, the scaries thoughts i can think of is, death. there is NOTHING if god isnt real...

and that is just plainly scary
User avatar #31 to #11 - Skullyy
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Yup, like stated above the mind can never comprehend nothing.

So if you died and there was no "Heaven, or hell" you just wouldn't exist anymore, and no one will ever be able to comprehend that they will no longer exist, you won't just see black, or white. You won't exist.

So honestly to hide this scary, insanity inspiring thought, religon surfaced.

Or at least thats my thinking.
User avatar #89 to #31 - Finite
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well this is what aetheists basically say, that the human race is just another species, not the center of anything. when we die nothing happens. if the universe was like a garden, then there are great things like stars and black holes and galaxy's that are plants, bushes and trees. organic life like ourselves would just be weeds, grown out of coincidence. not to start a religious debate or anything but imho, i think this is more likely than a religious option
User avatar #209 to #89 - IDevideByJESUS
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You, sir, are my new best friend on here. the first atheist i have seen in quite a while. I love this comment.
User avatar #422 to #209 - Finite
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oh why thank you
User avatar #494 to #31 - patriotic canadian
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i agree, though i am still religious....

still... i just DONT want to think about it... i just wont sleep for a week D:
User avatar #430 to #31 - Xanto
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That is the best philosophy I've heard from someone who isn't a professor(just guessing, sorry if you are) I live by that every single day and it annoys the hell out of me.
User avatar #498 to #430 - Skullyy
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Nope not a professor... I havn't been to college... Or highschool.

Im in 8th grade >.>
User avatar #247 to #11 - lmaopwnt
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in my opinion, heaven and hell are just people dreaming because its been shown that a very very small part of the brain remains active after death, and i think that part that stays active is the dreaming :P (just my theory, not saying its correct at all)
#428 to #4 - mybadgamertal
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You CAN get something from nothing. Even in physics.
Let me explain:

How do you get 1 from 0? Add -1.... 0 = 1+-1
how do you get charge from an uncharged neutron? Split it into an electron and a proton.

Matter is the same way. Matter is the equivalent of a 1, where anti-matter (or sometimes called dark matter) is the equivalent of -1.

It's just very rare for nothing to split into matter and anti-mater as something has to spark the separation of the strong bonds between them.
User avatar #206 to #4 - IDevideByJESUS
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Heres how I think of it
1.There is NO god
2. Matter was created by high masses of energy forming together to create "super cells" that can form anything
3. The big bang is the result of high masses of energies forming together (maybe because of a black hole or something) than immediately blew creating one small piece of material. this happens many many times (300,000 times a second???) over and over again until we get a small rock. this rock travels through the atmosphere collecting "dust" particles due to a gravitational pull.

I know there are a lot of flaws with this theory but if you could help me perfect it it would be great :)
User avatar #454 - AnonRising
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Sweet, but needs moar tits.
User avatar #456 to #454 - Konigsteiger
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I might just have to reply to everything ever said to me with this
User avatar #460 to #456 - AnonRising
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<3
User avatar #210 - andymojo
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the universe- giving us retards and cripples since the beginning of time
User avatar #274 - MattSwan
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You move from how to poop to mysteries of the universe? What the **** Dakunism?
User avatar #254 - Shellybean
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Wouldn't it be the quietest explosion you've NEVER heard??
User avatar #479 - RYANisBEAST
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you sir deserve an award u taught me more and got me more interested then all the bill nye episodes ive ever seen and bill nye is the ****
User avatar #426 - RiotJ
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I heard a black hole is a whole mess of mass, like galaxy size, compressed to a size so small is consider 0. Dividing by Zero is what happens inside one. Ask Chuck Norris, he knows how to make these.
User avatar #434 to #426 - twoheadedboy
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it creates a singularity eventualy
User avatar #436 to #434 - RiotJ
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that's the word they told me, thanks
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User avatar #525 to #524 - RiotJ
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just an update on your thing, they say a black hole could be a wormhole to another universe if there are a lot of dimensions.
User avatar #515 to #510 - RiotJ
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For some reason, I turned on the history channel and is talking about universes, they say there are infinite universe with every possibility, for example, on one you get married with another girl, another Elvis is still alive, or the earth never formed. Is crazy, just thinking about it is a way to mind **** yourself.
#71 - anon id: a109d8fd
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WRONG! "all mater is stretched umimaginably thin" It get stretched or "spaghettified" on the way in, just before the event horizon.

WRONG! "light particles" light isnt a particle it's a wave, it explains all the observation more throughly if it's a wave.

and white holes are theortical constructs, in no way they exist, and they shouldnt exist, but they can. There is no evidence supporting the existance of any white hole yet.
#72 to #71 - anon id: a109d8fd
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WRONG! "all mater is stretched umimaginably thin" It get stretched or "spaghettified" on the way in, just before the event horizon.

Edit: once it's inside its unimaginable dense.
User avatar #76 to #72 - dakunism [OP]
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holy **** dude get a life. im just trying to get people interested in the subject. i dont have a ****** doctorate or anything. if youre going to bash every one of my posts, then make your own and make it better....oh wait you cant....youre an anon
#98 to #76 - MrPLOny
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You were right bout them anyway. MOAR plz?
#78 to #71 - anon id: ddea08d9
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Don't be a douche, ever heard of particle-wave duality of light? It doesn't truly exist as either a particle or a wave, so both terms are just as incorrect as each other. Yet both terms get the idea across, and that's all that matters.
User avatar #99 to #71 - Hagenite
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You're cool. I saw that Stephen Hawking show on discovery too. Way to misquote half of what you saw.
User avatar #77 to #71 - Finite
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actually, einstein's theory suggests that light can take the form of a particle and a wave, its just one of the mysteries we have yet to solve.

and he is right, white holes are completely theoretical, there is no evidence for it, but we have very little knowledge about the universe, so it may exist.

also, darkunism, u should do one on the possible existence of parallel dimensions, support for that theory has gained in popularity in the astro-physicist crowd

though not through black holes.
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#103 to #77 - anon id: 74e079ef
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i have no clue what you just said but it sounded pretty ******* awesome
#79 to #77 - anon id: ddea08d9
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Haha, I got beat to the reply.