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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #1 - skreams
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(06/24/2013) [-]
But wouldn't the meteors from the rings fly off and crash on our surfaces causing massive amounts of chaos.
User avatar #211 to #1 - djequalizee
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(06/25/2013) [-]
Eh, depends. Lots of them would burn up upon contact with our atmosphere.
User avatar #83 to #1 - bullkrit
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(06/24/2013) [-]
Wouldn't all the planets just fall of and crash on the sun?
Nah.
Y, tho?
Orbit.
User avatar #102 to #83 - thekeldog
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(06/24/2013) [-]
Because nothing has EVER been knocked out of orbit.
User avatar #205 to #102 - rancranrancran
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So things have been, then? Like not artificial satellites and such but natural ones.
User avatar #21 to #1 - dragemit
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(06/24/2013) [-]
Wouldn't a giant rock in the sky fly off and crash into our earth, causing massive destruction?

Wait a minute, we have a giant rock in the sky! the moon!

Jeez guy, you can think about your question first, you know?
#78 to #21 - anon id: d5efc8e9
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You're seriously comparing the two when they work entirely differently?

You're one hell of a sad ignorant dumb ****.
User avatar #226 to #78 - dragemit
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Lots of rocks in orbit vs. 1 large rock in orbit

If you're so smart, explain why and how they work differently.
#144 to #78 - tittylovin
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User avatar #14 to #1 - playfaire
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The rings are made mostly of small ice particles ranging from millimeters to a few meters in size, so even if they fell out of orbit and started falling thru the atmosphere they would most likely melt before they hit the surface.
User avatar #26 to #14 - EnergizierAnon
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Those rings are made up of dust, rock, and ice accumulated from passing comets, meteorite impacts on Saturn’s moons, and the planet’s gravity pulling material from the moons. Some of the material in the ring system are as small as grains of sand, others are larger than tall buildings, while a few are up to a kilometer across.

taken from here:
www.universetoday.com/15300/what-are-saturns-rings-made-of/
User avatar #146 to #26 - playfaire
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Thanks bro, that was more correct than my explaination.
User avatar #8 to #1 - commontroll
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Worth it.
User avatar #214 to #8 - EnergizierAnon
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holy comment thumbs, batman.
User avatar #228 to #214 - commontroll
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User avatar #6 to #1 - makujensi
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#5 to #1 - tittylovin
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User avatar #113 to #5 - wastelandgunner
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Like the Columbia!
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User avatar #2 to #1 - scant
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(06/24/2013) [-]
Maybe we'd have the technology to repel them, developed out of necessity.