A star. check first comment for the rest MUHUHUHUHHAHAHAHHA listen to this while watcing this GIF: 7rl.in/70s.. Oh lordy. Both student and teacher right, but the teacher is more wrong. Jupiter is BOTH a planet and unborn star. Jupiter never started its fission process, so
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check first comment for the rest MUHUHUHUHHAHAHAHHA
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#1 - leoo (11/14/2012) [+] (32 replies)
User avatar #6 to #1 - pooflinger (11/15/2012) [-]
Thanks for posting it in the content and not going for comment thumbs too.

Oh wait..
#11 - allcontent (11/15/2012) [+] (21 replies)
Oh lordy. Both student and teacher right, but the teacher is more wrong.

Jupiter is BOTH a planet and unborn star. Jupiter never started its fission
process, so it remains a gas planet, just as Saturn. (saturn isnt an unborn star.)

#49 - haloforlife (11/15/2012) [+] (10 replies)
>Be in science class
>Get asked what shape is the earth a circle an oval or a sphere
>I say sphere
>Teacher says no it's a circle
>I say but miss a circle is a 2D object
>Get sent out of class
>MFW
#34 - stargatesturge (11/15/2012) [+] (5 replies)
Be in class   
Second year course at university   
Prof muttering at front of class   
Topic of stars arises   
"Stars don't emit their own light, they're just lumps in space that reflect the sun's."   
Sun is a star   
I'm paying an average of $55 per class to listen to this   
MFW
Be in class
Second year course at university
Prof muttering at front of class
Topic of stars arises
"Stars don't emit their own light, they're just lumps in space that reflect the sun's."
Sun is a star
I'm paying an average of $55 per class to listen to this
MFW
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#118 - mcfluffykins **User deleted account** (11/15/2012) [-]
#5 - nakedclothes (11/15/2012) [+] (3 replies)
oh don't even get me started on jupiter! the other day I was all like hey jupiter do you want some chocolate cake? and jupiter was all nah get that **** away from me and I was all oh hell no and Jupiter was all I don't like cake

who doesn't like cake?
#127 - lovetolmao (11/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Really OP? You couldn't just put the two pics together? Why you gotta make us go find it in the comments?
#62 - thisnick (11/15/2012) [-]
And then comment 1.

******* OP
#112 - marlkarxthethird (11/15/2012) [+] (3 replies)
A lot of people. myself included for awhile, mistakenly believe that Jupiter is a failed brown dwarf, a relatively low-mass star that mainly fuses lithium rather than hydrogen and helium. The thought is that Jupiter very nearly entered fusion but fell just short in terms of mass. However, the current predominant theory is that Jupiter formed from the Sun's accretion disk just like all the other planets. Brown dwarfs form clouds in nebulae and solar nurseries just as stars do but never gain enough mass to become a main sequence star. Since Jupiter is believed to have formed though solar accretion, it is most decidedly a planet, not a failed star.

tl;dr Jupiter is a planet.
#75 - Ihazfunkitty (11/15/2012) [-]
be in 4th grade   
bitch tells us stars dont emit their own light   
sun is a star
be in 4th grade
bitch tells us stars dont emit their own light
sun is a star
#97 - beatrixkiddo (11/15/2012) [+] (5 replies)
>Freshman year   
>German 2 class   
>Teacher finds out students are using google translate for their papers   
>"You can't use google translate, that's plagiarism."   
>Tell the teacher, "No it's not. It's your own idea pretty much. You're not copying someone else's work."   
>Teacher is all like, "That's it beatrixkiddo, I'm sick of you. Go to the principal's office."   
>MFW
>Freshman year
>German 2 class
>Teacher finds out students are using google translate for their papers
>"You can't use google translate, that's plagiarism."
>Tell the teacher, "No it's not. It's your own idea pretty much. You're not copying someone else's work."
>Teacher is all like, "That's it beatrixkiddo, I'm sick of you. Go to the principal's office."
>MFW
#32 - chuckycoke (11/15/2012) [+] (5 replies)
I remember my teacher telling everyone that blood is actually blue but when it comes into contact with oxygen it turns red   
MFW when Oxygen is dissolved in blood_
I remember my teacher telling everyone that blood is actually blue but when it comes into contact with oxygen it turns red
MFW when Oxygen is dissolved in blood_
#36 to #32 - dafuckisthishit (11/15/2012) [-]
it is the oxidisation of the iron in your blood that makes it red when exposed to air
it is the oxidisation of the iron in your blood that makes it red when exposed to air
User avatar #89 - lysham (11/15/2012) [-]
this make me remember my bitchy teacher said sun is a planet,i disagree with her but then she ask the class..most of the ******** said sun is a planet
ihatemyscholl
User avatar #40 - ningyoaijin (11/15/2012) [+] (2 replies)
I read somewhere that Jupiter could've become a star if it had a little bit more mass, and our solar system could've been a binary system. But that doesn't mean a failed star isn't a planet ¬_¬
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#104 - sabukonoerika (11/15/2012) [-]
>6th grade
>Don't remember what this bitch said, but I replied; actually, sound travels faster in water than in air
>"no, that's not true"
>yes it is
>"no it's not, I'm the teacher, I know more than you"
>It travels to fast for a person to hear sounds correctly
>"shut it!"
>okay...
Pic unrelated
User avatar #4 - gammajk (11/15/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Jupiter IS an unborn star, the teacher is correct, albeit a bitch. It's basically what happens when a star simply doesn't get enough mass to undergo fusion.
#101 - hairydickfarts (11/15/2012) [-]
im so glad i made this... been using it a lot lately
User avatar #98 - foreverxalone (11/15/2012) [-]
It says continued! I want to read the rest dammit!
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