well i did fart. true story but. did you know? There has been a huge eruption of methane from Uranus, tumber. eem oh the hue manatee
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#3 - marconde
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#17 to #4 - darkjustifier
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That never gets old.
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#33 to #32 - darkjustifier
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#51 to #33 - zeroxnight
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how many accounts did that troll have?
#52 to #51 - darkjustifier
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Quite a few why do you ask?
#54 to #52 - zeroxnight
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i was at plus around 6 for those other comments. must have had a lot of accounts
#55 to #54 - darkjustifier
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He wanted to make sure he had multiple accounts to troll from so if any got banned well you know.
#67 to #54 - mrdrpage
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#1 - nogphille
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so a lot of gas got vented from the surface of uranus?

why was this not in the news?
#26 to #1 - rokkarokkaali
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Because latest teen pop sensation got a peircing.
#43 to #26 - endface
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This is the greatest reply of all time.
#44 to #43 - rokkarokkaali
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With that kind of comment you could add descriptions for Critikal's videos.
#15 - derpderpurface
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Uranus, here i come!
Uranus, here i come!
#11 - englman
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I'm not as big of an Astronomy buff as I'd like to be so forgive me, but what are the red rings composed of?
#13 to #11 - raquelian
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nothing, that's to show how it rotates
#16 to #13 - tokenblaqguy
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No sir, you're wrong. Thats not to show how it rotates? lol wtf.
But basically they're a mixture of Ice, space debris, Helium, and other gases....
#19 to #16 - raquelian
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oh yeah cause Neptune's the one that's on its side
#34 to #19 - enkmaster
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All of the Gas Giants have rings. Saturn, Uranus, Neptune and Jewpiter. Uranus's rings are on its side because they orbit its equator, and Youranus is ******* sideways.
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#36 to #11 - ChristopherLloyd
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long. but learn you some ****
long. but learn you some ****
#40 to #36 - tredbear
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lawl
#39 to #11 - tredbear
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nuf said
#29 to #11 - doctadoc
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The rings are composed of mostly dust that has been colliding together for the last few billion years to create larger objects such as ice, asteroids, and bigger clumps of dust. They rotate vertically because Uranus is actually on its side. It is the only planet in our system with its axis being vertical.
#74 to #11 - coolcalx
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I... I can't tell if this is a joke or a genuine question.

if it's a real question, planetary rings systems are composed of mostly water ice, and dust/rock

also, they're not red in natural light.


if this is a joke, ignore me.
#82 to #74 - englman
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Oh ok, no it was a serious question lol. Like I said, I'm not as big of an Astronomy buff as I'd like to be.
I wondered if maybe the rings were composed of some sort of strange combination of gasses that might make the rings appear red. I completely forgot that they aren't actually red though. They just 'color-in' Celestial bodies to label what they're composed of/put emphasis on them, right?
#85 to #82 - coolcalx
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To be honest, I'm not sure. It's possible that the picture was taken in a different wavelength range than visible light
#90 to #85 - englman
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Yeah, good point lol. Well thanks for answering my question! :)
#91 to #90 - coolcalx
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no problem!
no problem!
#79 to #74 - feffog
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he asked a question, why be such a douche?
#81 to #79 - coolcalx
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if it had been a joke, it would have been a clever one, making a reference to the xbox "ring of death" and pointing out that the rings are not actually red.   
   
if he had been asking a genuine question, then it was a good question to ask, and I answered it.   
   
how the hell am I being a douche?
if it had been a joke, it would have been a clever one, making a reference to the xbox "ring of death" and pointing out that the rings are not actually red.

if he had been asking a genuine question, then it was a good question to ask, and I answered it.

how the hell am I being a douche?
#89 to #81 - waterbottlemanboy
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It's not entirely obvious that you were referring to the red ring.
#22 to #11 - assholeeric
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DEATH
#2 - vomitjar
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hhehuehheuheuheuhheuhhuhe
hhehuehheuheuheuhheuhhuhe
#28 to #2 - bunssugar
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What the **** man.
#18 to #2 - darkjustifier
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That scares me more than any scary movie made these days.
#60 - bloodmagic
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Funny, but still.
Funny, but still.
#64 to #60 - pokemanaphy
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Yes, nut I real at an 8 year old level

insert Ted scene here
#66 to #60 - pokemanaphy
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*read*

****
#65 to #60 - pokemanaphy
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*but*
#41 - dragontamers
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Wait, doesn't large amounts of methane on a planet usually mean life? Please tell me otherwise and why.
#50 to #41 - megacockroach
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However, large concentrations of methane are lethal in most cases. Notice i said most cases. there are species on our planet that have lived in a methane rich environment for what is assumed to be millions of years due to a form of photosynthesis dealing with chemicals instead of direct sun light. the problem with Uranus is that it's a massive gas giant. So the chances of life in that many toxins is unlikely.
#69 to #50 - dragontamers
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Won't the gases be condensed in the middle due to pressure?
#86 to #69 - megacockroach
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It's is great that you know that! Yes they would be compressed because of the immense gravitational pull, the same gravitational pull that helps keep Earth free of large strikes from space. There is a moon on one of the gas giants that has literal rivers of liquefied methane! Of course that is a very rare occasional but space is so massive.. maybe it isn't so rare? who's to know. just food for thought, the possibilities can be near limitless.
It's is great that you know that! Yes they would be compressed because of the immense gravitational pull, the same gravitational pull that helps keep Earth free of large strikes from space. There is a moon on one of the gas giants that has literal rivers of liquefied methane! Of course that is a very rare occasional but space is so massive.. maybe it isn't so rare? who's to know. just food for thought, the possibilities can be near limitless.
#87 to #86 - megacockroach
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Pardon me, i meant to put "Rare occasion".
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#49 to #41 - telfyr
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why tell you other wise when you are correct, in most cases methane = life
#63 to #49 - anon
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yeah but life on uranus which is a huge clump of gas is near impossible
#53 to #41 - themachineusmc
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DONT TELL ME HOW TO LIVE MY LIFE WOMAN!!!!!
#68 to #53 - dragontamers
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I'm a guy
#77 to #41 - gunzas
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Not really, there's many other sources of methane not including life, like Cryovolcanos or methane clathrate (methane frozen in ice from before).
#48 - itemmaaan
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TUMBLR huh? How's middle school treating you?
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#61 to #48 - goodguygary ONLINE
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funnyjunk huh? how's your boyfriend treating you?
#83 to #61 - itemmaaan
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Oh the irony of you also being on funnyjunk
#84 to #83 - goodguygary ONLINE
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I think you misunderstand, stereotyping is retarded. that's my point.
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#75 to #57 - Katzie
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That is a ******* awesome GIF
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#70 - yourlifeisalie
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Really Shepard? Probing uranus