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Laslo Gogolak
Laslo Gogolak

THIS IS JUST GOT ME THINKING EXTREMELY HARD US HUMANS NEED TO COLONIZE TO ANOTHER PLANET QUICK B4 THE S*** HITS THE FAN AND WE END UP LIKE THE DINOSAURS I KNOW WE CAN DO IT BUT WE NEED TO GET THE BALL ROLLING CAUSE WE ALREADY HAVE AN UNFAIR DISADVANTAGE TIME??? IT'S GOING TO TAKE US A WHILE TO ACHIEVE OUR GOAL YET CATASTROPHIC COMES QUICK. I THINK WE OWE TO OUR SELVE'S AS WELL AS OUR GENERATION'S TO COME.IT WOULD BE SELFISH TO FIND OUT THAT OUR NEXT GENERATION'S IS GOING TO BE EXTINCT AND KNOW THAT OUR ANCESTOR'S COULD OF DID SOMETHING ABOUT IT YET WE DID NOTHING BUT SIT OUR A**** DOWN. ANOTHER THING IS IF WE PLAN ON DOING THIS AS QUICK AS POSSIBLE WE NEED EVERY COUNTRY FROM HERE TO THE MOON FULL COOPERATION THIS CAN'T BE DONE WITH JUST ONE COUNTRY NOT IN THE TIMELY FASHION WE'RE WORKING WITH IF WE WANT TO DO THIS QUICK WE NEED EVERY HUMAN BEING IN ON IT NO MATTER WHAT NATIONALITY COLOR ETHNICITY ETC.

Mounir Grafid
Mounir Grafid like.author.displayName 1 Like

 Hello
this is really amazing. just a question that came to my mind ! is this black hole can effect the actual climat in earth ?

because there is (actually) in the world some over heated regions that reached 120.2 F° !

E. Dixon
E. Dixon like.author.displayName like.author.displayName 2 Like

Wow...we are pretty much smaller than dust specks when it comes to the universe. This makes me feel strangely vulnerable...

Craig Haynes
Craig Haynes

Parallel bands of clouds perpendicular to the wind"Gravity Waves" You should see the gravity wave picture,something new everyday! 

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