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Windows 7: How the First Planets Formed

10 Sep 2009   #71
holo88

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

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Hell....I rode a dinosaur to 7-11 yesterday. Got me some Funyuns.

How many horses are you packing under the hood?
That depends how many his dinosaur had for breakfast!!
Giggity!

might i introduce you too....
SUPER MECHA DEATH CHRIST 2000 BC Version 3.0 BETA




he formed the planets. with laser bullets.
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10 Sep 2009   #72
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

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Thanks mate.
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10 Sep 2009   #73
Captain Zero

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

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..."I have searched the heavens with my telescope and I have found no sign of God."
His telescope was under-powered.

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A telescope is vastly different than a kaleidoscope.
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10 Sep 2009   #74
Sassa

 
 

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Giggity!

might i introduce you too....
SUPER MECHA DEATH CHRIST 2000 BC Version 3.0 BETA




he formed the planets. with laser bullets.
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10 Sep 2009   #75
jfar

Vista Ult64, Win7600
 
 

He's got me to leave this thread.
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10 Sep 2009   #76
Bare Foot Kid
Microsoft MVP

W 7 64-bit Ultimate
 
 

Yes, it's being turned into a joke.
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10 Sep 2009   #77
Captain Zero

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Given my philosophies, such as they are, I can look to the heavens with a tremendous sense of wonder. It would be innacurate to suggest I don't have an appreciation for the trascendant, it's human nature to ponder one's existence and their place in the grand scheme.

There is, I believe, rational evidence that plainly describes how such things occur, the planets form due to the physical laws that govern our universe. There's no need to further postulate these well understood laws.
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10 Sep 2009   #78
Captain Zero

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

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We cannot know. We can wonder.
That's a ludicrous statement. You suggest that we are destined to ponder our navels until the end of time? Never fully understanding what it is or why it's there? I beg to differ.

Newton, Copernicus, Ptolemy, Galileo, Brahe, et al., all postulated formulations that, given the evidence, clearly explained their universe - or at least made tremendous strides towards its better understanding.

These 'heretics' were dismissed or even worse, as in Galileo's case, imprisoned for extolling such vitriol.

It isn't that long ago that people thought the earth was flat or that the sun revolved around the earth. In our collective nascence, we've been apt to believe all manner of nonsense for the sake of rationalization. In the end, the 'wonder' you speak of isn't futile. It's what will render us from the primitive notions that, since we do not yet understand, there must be celestial intervention.

Thankfully, I won't be tossed into a volcano for my beliefs, we've outgrown that silly notion as we will others.
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10 Sep 2009   #79
holo88

Windows 7 Ultimate x32
 
 

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He's got me to leave this thread.
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Yes, it's being turned into a joke.
sorry guys. i had to make an *** out of me for the 1500th.
i'll behave ... sort of.



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Current quantum theory suggests that the act of observation modifies - or even creates - the thing observed.
what a brain---- that is. thanks Antman, i now doubt my own existence...
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10 Sep 2009   #80
SquonkSC

Win7 Build 7600 x86
 
 

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We cannot know. We can wonder.
That's a ludicrous statement. You suggest that we are destined to ponder our navels until the end of time? Never fully understanding what it is or why it's there? I beg to differ.

Newton, Copernicus, Ptolemy, Galileo, Brahe, et al., all postulated formulations that, given the evidence, clearly explained their universe - or at least made tremendous strides towards its better understanding.

These 'heretics' were dismissed or even worse, as in Galileo's case, imprisoned for extolling such vitriol.
I beg to agree with Antman,

Newton, Copernicus, Ptolemy, Galileo, Brahe,
They were all were right in their time, and although many of their theories still hold water today, an equal amount of their theories were proven wrong over time.

And so will be some if not all of the theories we "believe" to be true today.

They recently found out the universe is not ever expanding after the big bang, as was believed for the last 15 years.
But that it is pulsating, meaning after the momentum of the expansion has come to a halt, the universe will start shrinking again until it is back to the single dot it was when it began, and then there will be a new big bang.

This theory came about because they found out the expansion is slowing down.

We yet have to discover 90% of our oceans, let alone the universe.

I know you don't want to hear this, but yes:
We will never know everything.
All scientist realize this. (they will always have jobs because of it )
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