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#79 - zebraslap
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#84 to #79 - EpicAnon
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User avatar #85 to #84 - zebraslap
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reported for gore ahahaha
#100 to #85 - anon id: 009dc435
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It was rubber bullets you dumb ****.
#6 - theluppijackal
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Actually, the moon slammed into the earth [according to the most popular theory]
Actually, the moon slammed into the earth [according to the most popular theory]
#7 to #6 - anon id: 9047c900
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there was two moons. The smaller of which crashed into earth, and the debris ejected collided with the other moon. Without that moon crashing into us, there wouldn't have been enough planetary mass to hold in a thick atmosphere. The moon we see today didn't slap into earth and ricochet off, that would have obliterated it.
User avatar #10 to #7 - theluppijackal
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That's just another theory...
#38 to #10 - frostshaitan
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Thats all we really have is theories.. personally i prefer the one where a larger body collided with earth forming the Moon.
#91 to #6 - arcticassassin
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This will explain
#31 to #6 - kaboozle123
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hey you were close though
User avatar #46 to #6 - kievaughnb
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I'm pretty sure the most popular theory was that Theia (a planet the size of Mars) crashed into Earth and ejected debris into orbit.
User avatar #8 to #6 - seylorm
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actually another planetsized object slammed into the earth. the moon formed from the debis.
User avatar #13 to #8 - ompalomper
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did your mom trip?
User avatar #15 to #13 - seylorm
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dude, you have no idea how hard it was to get her back up.
User avatar #16 to #15 - ompalomper
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im sorry but i just couldn't resist
User avatar #17 to #16 - seylorm
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I fully undersand you, I would have done the same.
#50 to #8 - notdjfood
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Well the moon slammed into Clock Town
User avatar #9 to #8 - theluppijackal
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That's what I was trying to say
Sorry, mind is blank
User avatar #63 to #8 - zuel
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So this post is Earth having incest with it's rape-child?
#97 to #8 - anon id: 5af85e92
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That's highly unlikely seeing as the thing is hollow and contains far more titanium than what is naturally found on our planet.



www.redicecreations.com/specialreports/2006/01jan/moon.html
User avatar #75 to #8 - lamarisagoodname
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So the theory goes
#56 to #8 - anon id: 0ae180d4
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doesn't that make the moon the baby
User avatar #52 to #8 - pointypixel
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the moon is like a giant cyst that was just growing on the earth, till someone came and popped that mother ******, and so now instead of grabbing a towel to wipe up all the puss, blood, and lord knows what THAT is, we just let it sit there, orbiting around us and letting it fester, until one day we look up, 'man, look at that thing...that's OUR thing right there, that magnificent ball of cheese in the sky'. 'bro that's not cheese, that's hardened puss...' '....but that's OUR pussball, nobody can take that away from us...WE MUST GO BACK TO IT!' until all these other ******* like russia and kim jon lamahamadingdong want OUR puss curd for themselves, and we're like 'man, **** all ya'll, ***** our *****, don't you be touchin' our nigball.' so after a jazillion pesos we build up our rocket to our giant loveable baby in the sky, only to find out we just realized the moon is a giant puss ball, with an abnormally rank odor in the middle of it. nah, **** that ****, we out.

peace nignog
User avatar #2 - daviid
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i am confuse
User avatar #3 to #2 - emmerich
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Earth had the humans. Moon got infected by them too.
User avatar #18 to #3 - dandamanzx
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It didn't get infected because for some reason we haven't been there since. It's been how long since anyone's set foot on the moon? So much for progress :/
User avatar #19 to #18 - emmerich
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Consider the following:
we've been to the moon. We found rocks. We pretty much discovered everything there is about the moon. It's origins, it's materials, it's whole surface. You want to go back? Sure, go there, but trust me, you won't find anything new, but plane rock. The progress exists, but it's not on the moon anymore. We have more to see, more to learn, humanity can't stay on the moon forever.
User avatar #20 to #19 - dandamanzx
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When it comes to the moon we've quite literally only scratched the surface. There's still tons of research that could be done on it below the surface. Aside from that, consider this: It's the closest place we can go to for testing any sort of colonization of other planets. Sure we could try Mars, but that's a one-way trip.
#39 to #20 - frostshaitan
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There is actually already a planned manned mission to mars by some private company, remember reading their schedule a little while back, i think they wanted to land the first 4 people there in 2023.. ill try and find a link
#40 to #39 - frostshaitan
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User avatar #41 to #40 - dandamanzx
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Right, scroll down a bit, I posted a link too
#43 to #41 - frostshaitan
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I saw it, different thing though, the one you posted seemed like a commercial thing, something about 500k a ticket.. the one i posted, these guys are building a research facility thing on mars, sending 4 people every 2 years starting in 2023. They will start sending all the necessary equipment in 2016 as "demonstration"
User avatar #44 to #43 - dandamanzx
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Interesting, I only knew of the one that was moving to colonize mars. Seems like there's just no stopping us humans from getting there
#65 to #44 - deckbox
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wannna spend like 3 years getytting slingshotted to mars and maybe not come back?
User avatar #66 to #65 - dandamanzx
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Sure! sign me up
#99 to #66 - deckbox
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:p its as soon as 2016 apparently. they wanna make a basae there.
#47 to #44 - frostshaitan
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Reading the one you posted, im not so sure on the whole reusable rocket going to and from mars.. that would require and absolutely enormous budget to pull of, assuming it can be done.. The mars one crew i posted about have a 1 way trip, no going back.. ever
User avatar #49 to #47 - dandamanzx
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regarding Elon Musk, who's funding the project, an enormous budget isn't too much of an issue, lol. he has an annual salary of over $78 million and a net worth of almost $9 billion. I find it awesome when wealthy people use their money and power to further humanity.
#51 to #49 - frostshaitan
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Yeah, it is pretty awesome, lol.. its not only the cost though, its whether it can be done.
User avatar #54 to #51 - rhiaanor
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to do it would need to have a facility on Mars first to reset the rocket. So it wouldn't be a first time thing, certainly. Unless of course the rocket has what it needs to reset itself. It would also need to have enough fuel to make a trip back and forth which... I'm assuming would be a lot.
#55 to #54 - frostshaitan
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one of the mentioned reasons for mars one not doing return trips is because it removes the need for a heavy lift launch vehicle, which doesnt currently even exist. so would be a while before any possibility of return trips
User avatar #53 to #51 - dandamanzx
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50 years ago we asked the same thing about going to the moon at all ;)
#45 to #44 - frostshaitan
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Yeah, have a read of it, its all very interesting. Has a road map to out line when they want things to happen, the first 4 (i think) groups of 4 have already been selected and will start their training in 2015
User avatar #21 to #20 - emmerich
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Tell me at least one of the experiments someone can do with the moon then.
Why do you think that progress is only by testing and colonization? Progress is being made almost every day, with every single satellite launched, with every single calculation made by hundreds of space crafts we have set all around the solar system.
User avatar #22 to #21 - dandamanzx
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Take samples from deeper inside the moon. It may give a better idea of how the moon was formed and may help confirm/disprove common theories we have nowadays.

And as it stands, humanity's ultimate direction is branching out into the stars. Our massive amount of potential isn't going to be able to be restricted to a single planet, especially when about 830 possibly suitable planets have been found. Our curiosity is too vast. Technology to colonize planets like Mars already exists, but it's not been tested in space yet. the only space colonization tech we've ever proven successful is the ISS. We've never tested any sort of planetside colonization. Since it's the closest thing to home the moon would be the first sensible step.
#23 to #22 - emmerich
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Yeah, we can't say for sure what's in our Earth and you expect us to check the inside of a moon where we would have very limited resources to work with? You need to login to view this link Anways, here's a link with some of the theories and even some proofs about what on the moon's structure, if you're interested of course.

We... don't have the technology to colonize, to be honest. We have what we may speculate to work, but do you know why we never used it? Because it may fail. Risk is too huge, better test more than be sorry later. Also: we only found the suitable planets with telescopes, satellites and radars. The closest Earth like planet to us is over 20 lightyears from us. Even with the fastest spaceship we have now... we just couldn't reach it.
You say we have the technology, but the truth is that we don't. That's what the latest progress is being made about. Instead of focusing on a boulder, people are actually trying to reach more distant places.
User avatar #24 to #23 - dandamanzx
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I know it's just a big flying boulder, but the point I'm trying to make is that it's the closest big flying boulder to earth we have that we can keep track of. It would be a prime place to test out any sort of safe colonization attempt.

www.scientificamerican.com/article.cfm?id=martian-colony-spacex

Read up on that, Space Colonization is a closer reality than we think.
User avatar #25 to #24 - emmerich
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Oh, you meant it that way. That's true, it is the easiest way to test space colonization, but every planet has it's own gravity, atmosphere, etc, etc. What we test on moon, can fail in mars, what we test on mars, can fail on another planet, and so on and on.
Also: it is too damn expensive. Getting the equipment ready. Launching a whole team to the moon and setting up the equipment there, also the team will have to live there for a while to take measurments and stuff like that. Also the risk of that failing is big too at the moment. No matter how important space colonization seems, it's just not worth it at the moment.
User avatar #28 to #25 - dandamanzx
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Sure it's a different environment from most, but it's still exremely harsh and it's better than nothing. Sure there's risks, but people have gone into space knowing the littlest mistake could cost their lives. People still went up after the Challenger and Columbia. And the Martin colony plan would ferry people to Mars for $500,000 a trip. With those rates, transporting deployable facilities would cost... Let's go with the cost of a standard space shuttle launch which is about $450 million. That can bring a $50 million satellite into orbit. I'd imagine the cost of the deployable facilities and equipment would have similar cost to one of those satellites. A single B-2 Spirit costs about $2 Billion. A mission to help push the progression of mankind for a quarter the cost of one of our stealth bombers. What's the issue?
User avatar #29 to #28 - emmerich
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Still, even before the risks we have taken in the past, people have been doing loads and loads of simulations and tests.
We will have our moon colony when we will be sure that the risk is the lowest as possible, but it is still not yet.
You are saying that people are not doing any progress. I'm saying, we are doing progress, but it's everywhere, not just in space colonization. We discover new things every single day. Space colonization will come one day too, when everything will be ready, but we cannot do that just now, just because we think it'd be cool.
It wouldn't serve a lot of purpose for humans at the moment to be honest, because to live there will be too expensive for most people... and just not very comfortable. You would have to get supply spacecraft coming to moon every few weeks or months, and believe me, that will cost A ******** of money.
So basicly, to sum this all up:
Moon is discovered as much as we need to know about it.
Space colonization is not practical at the moment.
Progress is being made every single day.
User avatar #4 to #2 - xgreenmaidenx
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Humans.
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#12 - ompalomper
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#14 to #12 - ompalomper
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and this. that's all for now
#58 - anon id: 6fb85c7f
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uhm.. actually the moon landing never happened so the moon is quite human junk free.
#60 to #58 - xxthegreat
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Yes, it's quite free of junk like you.
User avatar #64 to #58 - bossmaster
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you dumbasses this guy is right
thumb him up not down
User avatar #68 to #64 - kusherboy
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LOL LOL, nice one faggot
User avatar #69 to #68 - bossmaster
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go **** yourself
i dont need your ****
0/10 troll try harder newfag
User avatar #77 to #69 - hammarhead
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YOU DUMBASSES HE JUST WANTS THE PINK NAME DON'T FEED HIM
User avatar #80 to #77 - bossmaster
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Congratulations captain ******* obvious
you want a good job sticker for your ****** accomplishment?
User avatar #81 to #80 - hammarhead
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looks like you're trying pretty hard too.
#61 to #58 - killerabbit
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#59 to #58 - olafthebard
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Gtfo out of here you conspiracy ridden **********.
Gtfo out of here you conspiracy ridden **********.
#26 - CaptainWaffles
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User avatar #30 to #26 - rarityrarityrarity
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I don't get it.
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User avatar #42 - gagemaster
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*Insert joke here about their sex being out of this world*
#93 to #42 - llamahunter
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Their sex was out of this world.
#72 - perdition
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#34 - evilredmuffin
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#62 to #34 - asevenxzombies
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Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, best ******* movie ever
Hitchhikers guide to the galaxy, best ******* movie ever
#98 to #62 - evilredmuffin
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hell yeah it is
hell yeah it is
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