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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - ninjapuppies
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#50 to #16 - finni
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Seeing someone posting what was originally my OC makes me so... so... so proud

Thank you
User avatar #104 to #50 - ninjapuppies
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It was my pleasure :)
#105 to #104 - finni
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#36 to #16 - gcaboose
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My god now that I see it that way the Stormcloaks make a lot of sense...   
   
I've been running with the wrong crowd
My god now that I see it that way the Stormcloaks make a lot of sense...

I've been running with the wrong crowd
#4 - lockstin
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People who still consider Pluto a planet are silly. this same debate happened decades ago, for a while children learned the 14 planets of the solar system, as there were 5 of them between Mars and Jupiter. then they started discovering more...and more...and more. until they were like "oh! these aren't planets these are asteroids!" so they stopped teaching them as planets and the asteroid belt was born.
exactly the same thing that happened to Pluto, it was either: A, start teaching kids about the 11+ planets (because they discovered 2 more out there bigger than Pluto [along with tons of other smaller ones]) or B, decide that this is another asteroid belt and stop calling Pluto a planet. if anything Pluto isn't sad, he is happy because we finally recognize him for what he is. :)
#5 to #4 - kosicandavid
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Finally someone write it here... I wanted to do that by myself but I' m lazy...thumb for you!!
Finally someone write it here... I wanted to do that by myself but I' m lazy...thumb for you!!
#52 to #4 - gojeda
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The name of the icy bodies past Uranus are collectively known as the Kuiper Belt. Most of them are very small, and there have been more than 500 discovered in the past decades, most of them only a few Kilometers wide. The ones that stand out amongst these are Pluto, 2 other dwarf planets fromt the Kuiper belt, and Ceres from the asteroid belt that are all known as special "dwarf planets". Pluto seems to be happy out there.




lol uranus
#53 to #4 - gojeda
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#82 to #4 - anon id: 91b44c1a
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I hate to nitpick, but they never thought there were 14 planets. 13 at the most. This is because there were 5 discovered between 1801(Ceres) and 1845 (5 Asteraea) and it was in the very early 1850s that they were considered an "asteroid belt". And besides, Neptune wasn't even discovered until 1846.
User avatar #92 to #4 - bulbakip
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And he is with a bigger family now! yayyyyyyyyy
User avatar #8 to #4 - gavinchase
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Maybe it was Pluto's dream to be a planet...
User avatar #30 to #4 - fordicator
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Nothing to do with lazy teaching. Its just they fine tuned what defines a 'Planet' and found pluto to be more simular to the new class of Dwarf Planets, then it is to the other planets as we know.
User avatar #15 to #4 - organiclead
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But Pluto's a dwarf planet, not an asteroid.
#102 to #15 - sargintob
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Well it's mainly called a Kuiper Belt object (KBO), which has similar material as in the Asteroid Belt, but with comets and large ice bodies such as dwarf planets. The reason why objects can be that big in the Kuiper Belt, but not in the Asteroid Belt, is because of more material, and no gravitational disturbances form other planets. Chunks can collect and form bigger bodies. But in the Asteroid Belt, there is Jupiter nearby, and can cause clusters to be separated a little. Ceres, the biggest object in the Asteroid Belt (also the only inner solar dwarf planet), seemed to have formed fast since its so freaking large. So just telling you if asteroids made the Kuiper Belt, Pluto would be a large asteroid instead of an ice body.
User avatar #48 to #15 - toosexyforyou
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He meant it as an example. It would've been easier to understand if he added quotation marks like: ...decide that this is another "asteroid belt" and stop calling Pluto a planet.
User avatar #32 - Ottovan
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**** YOU ALL


PLUTO WILL ALWAYS BE A PLANET.


HOW WOULD YOU FEEL IF SOMEONE TOLD YOU, YOU WEREN'T BIG ENOUGH?
#83 to #32 - anon id: 91b44c1a
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It's not just about size (actually Pluto satisfies the size requirement) but it's about clearing out its orbit. Because there are many other Pluto-sized objects near its orbit, it isn't considered a planet.
#86 to #32 - cannedsmarties
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My ex girlfriend told me that.
My ex girlfriend told me that.
User avatar #47 to #32 - iamcraig
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Every girl I've met has told me that.
#33 to #32 - dashgamer
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Your mom told me I wasn't big enough.
User avatar #35 to #33 - Ottovan
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That bitch.... She said I'm a good size...
#22 - mrnoodlez
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#41 - willowwolf
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I was taught that Pluto was a planet, just a small one. Now that they have changed that "fact," I have changed my outlook. If pluto is too small to be a planet, Midgets are too small to be human.
User avatar #55 to #41 - climatus
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it's not just the fact that it's small, but i think the main reason is that it's orbit is irregular. dont now if you know this or not, but im just pointing something out.
User avatar #69 to #55 - silverzepher
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so is ours
#95 to #69 - anon id: 91b44c1a
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Clearly you know very little about orbital eccentricities. Earth's orbit has an eccentricity (deviation away from a circle) of .0167, which is very circular, but Pluto's is .248, over 10 times more eccentric than our own. This is also neglecting the fact that Pluto's orbit is 17 degrees off the ecliptic (the plane on which all the true planets orbit the sun) whereas the Earth deviates by only 1.5 degrees. In sum, Pluto's orbit is radically different from all the other true planets and is partially why it isn't considered a planet.

Next time, think before you post or else I'm going to have drop some more knowledge bombs on your bitchass.
User avatar #96 to #95 - silverzepher
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you just said that ours isn't perfect, just because we are closer to perfect doesn't mean that we are, it just means we are different. same as Pluto, it is different, unique in its own way.
#98 to #96 - anon id: 91b44c1a
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You're missing the point entirely. Earth's orbit, as well as all the other planets, is very close to circular, while Pluto's is definitely not. One of the purposes of science is group like things, and Pluto is a clear outlier in this respect and thus it isn't a planet. Furthermore, it is hardly unique because there are several Pluto-like objects of similar size, orbit and location to Pluto. Pluto is not a unique little flower, neither are you.
User avatar #99 to #98 - silverzepher
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never said i was. and if your going to quote fight club use the entire line please, it was a great movie and most liekly an awesome read, it deserves that much. and do you really want to aregue with the person who got both number 69 and 96 in the comments?
User avatar #106 to #99 - climatus
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o wow look at mee guize i gotz comment 69 lololololol
User avatar #107 to #106 - silverzepher
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and 96
#100 to #99 - anon id: 91b44c1a
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Way to infer something I wasn't implying, redirect the argument to something else entirely, and not address anything I said. You are ******* retarded. And yes, Fight Club was a great read, I wish I could say the same about your comments.
User avatar #101 to #100 - silverzepher
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i don't see why i am arguing with you. i have no qualms with you, good day.
User avatar #81 to #41 - shannonrw
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they're not though
#19 - CrushOrange
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Meanwhile, on earth
User avatar #25 to #19 - deviroux
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**** you beat me to it.
#94 to #19 - bulbakip
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Nobody likes a smart ass, CrushOrange
#2 - tommmmmmmm
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#72 - sirbrentcoe
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mfw pluto was no longer a planet
mfw pluto was no longer a planet
#60 - thisotherdude
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Dash all the hopes and dreams of children you asshole scientists! Pluto was more than just a planet when we were young, it was an idea, there he was, this tiny tiny chunk of ice at the edgy of our little system, but he was still considered a planet. He gave us hope, if such a small rock could be a planet, we could also be anything we dreamed of. But then you came, almost with the exact intent to destroy dreams, and deemed Pluto too small and insignificant to be a planet! Well I say no you heartless scientist cunts! Pluto is and always will be a planet in my heart and the hearts of all who once held on to hope. And when the day comes that Earth becomes useless and we must colonize other planets, we the true believers will have Pluto and we shall never welcome you!
Dash all the hopes and dreams of children you asshole scientists! Pluto was more than just a planet when we were young, it was an idea, there he was, this tiny tiny chunk of ice at the edgy of our little system, but he was still considered a planet. He gave us hope, if such a small rock could be a planet, we could also be anything we dreamed of. But then you came, almost with the exact intent to destroy dreams, and deemed Pluto too small and insignificant to be a planet! Well I say no you heartless scientist cunts! Pluto is and always will be a planet in my heart and the hearts of all who once held on to hope. And when the day comes that Earth becomes useless and we must colonize other planets, we the true believers will have Pluto and we shall never welcome you!
User avatar #88 to #60 - TheFixer
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ideas are bulletproof.
#31 - maxoverderp
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Pluto's chillin' with a new crowd now.