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Submitted: 05/13/2014
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User avatar #1 - fourtwentt ONLINE (05/13/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Happy happy joy joy
#5 - anonymous (05/13/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Why australia?
User avatar #6 to #5 - cookiel (05/13/2014) [-]
They saw a spider
#23 - blilyborschtbelt (05/13/2014) [+] (10 replies)
I'm reading a book about anti-gravity. It's impossible to put down.
#21 - fakefalsofake (05/13/2014) [+] (3 replies)
There is the intro...
#44 - noxiouspumpkin (05/14/2014) [+] (4 replies)
It's the ************* tooth nerve fairy. The cringe of this episode was horrible.
#43 - myohmyahairylamp (05/14/2014) [+] (4 replies)
Ok I don't watch this show so someone explain this to me. Is there seriously a children's TV show that says the world is destroyed by nuclear war?
Ok I don't watch this show so someone explain this to me. Is there seriously a children's TV show that says the world is destroyed by nuclear war?
#32 - seniorawesomesauce (05/13/2014) [+] (6 replies)
So, okay, if anyone here can explain, maybe sciencexplain can, but how would a giant crater like that effect our planet? Would the oceans fill it up, thus decreasing the sea level, yet covering the crater, would it effect our orbit or the earth's gravity? What about our electromagnetic field? I know it's a fantasy cartoon, but Princess Bubblegum's a goddamn scientist who refuses to believe magic exists, so there has to be some sensibility to how that works.... Right?
So, okay, if anyone here can explain, maybe sciencexplain can, but how would a giant crater like that effect our planet? Would the oceans fill it up, thus decreasing the sea level, yet covering the crater, would it effect our orbit or the earth's gravity? What about our electromagnetic field? I know it's a fantasy cartoon, but Princess Bubblegum's a goddamn scientist who refuses to believe magic exists, so there has to be some sensibility to how that works.... Right?
#33 to #32 - anonymous (05/13/2014) [-]
Most likely it would destroy all life. Oceans would empty into it unless the atmosphere was destroyed and therefore all of the water would evaporate. The force would destabilize our orbit and either fling us towards or away from the sun and would also affect our rotation completely throwing the night/day cycle out of wack.
User avatar #8 - DeathKnight (05/13/2014) [+] (10 replies)
**** like this always has me wondering how everything would change as we know it. and not only because of the visual fact that theres a crater in the earth, but much more.

If an asteroid crashed into earth that took a considerable chunk out of it, but kept the other side of the planet alive, we would have to reinvent everything to make up for the loss of mass, and therefore the loss of force of gravity on the planet. Planes would have to be built differently, the magnetic poles will be ****** so there go most magnetic-based tech, and all sorts of other **** .

god damn, it would be cool.
#15 to #8 - burningwombat (05/13/2014) [-]
The biggest problem with taking a off a chunk of earth that big is that gravity would reshape the remaining portions back into a sphere. Imagine huge earthquakes, massive volcanoes, unthinkably large tsunamis, and general *************** . There is actually a theory of a large asteroid doing something akin to OP's image, which accounts for both the moon and tectonic plates drifting.
#56 - speedymcgee (05/14/2014) [-]
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User avatar #54 - reaperspizza (05/14/2014) [-]
well, **** Australia then
#52 - anonymous (05/14/2014) [-]
**anonymous rolled image** I love Adventure Time
#41 - anonymous (05/14/2014) [-]
ren and stimpy's is in the southern hemisphere, adventure time's is in the north
User avatar #30 - deadmansdope (05/13/2014) [-]
SHAMPOO MASTER!
User avatar #35 - fedak (05/13/2014) [-]
I'm relatively sure that this is just a coincidence. They just both happen to have an extremely large crater on the Earth
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