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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#178 - DarkRyter
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(07/28/2013) [-]
It's pretty neato to tell fat people "you're how much I weigh on Jupiter".
User avatar #184 to #178 - threadz
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what do you mean by "on Jupiter"? You would be crushed and torn apart into various gasses long before reaching its small rocky core.
User avatar #9 - datargumme
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You would have time to weigh yourself on Mercury, since it has barely any atmosphere, the temperature is no problem, but do to the lack of pressure the air would leave your lounges pretty fast, and you would faint after around 15 seconds.
And you have to cover your eyes good and keep your mouth shut to avoid the water there from boiling due to the lack of pressure.
#15 to #9 - konradkurze
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lounges?   
like living rooms?   
   
we need rooms in a house to breathe?
lounges?
like living rooms?

we need rooms in a house to breathe?
User avatar #17 to #15 - datargumme
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Sorry that english is not my mother tounge
User avatar #19 to #17 - konradkurze
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where are you from?
User avatar #20 to #19 - datargumme
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Denmark
#21 to #20 - konradkurze
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User avatar #26 to #21 - acannibalbaby
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Do you have one of these prepared for every country?
#131 - anon id: 51b8bc24
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Not a planet. screw you, yes it is.
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User avatar #58 - umaya
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when will schools teach people about the other dwarf planets in our solar system, they need to be told about how to weigh themselves on those too.
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#56 to #52 - kuchikirukia
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Spacesuits can handle that temperature in a vacuum, which is a perfect conductive insulator (As there is literally nothing as a conductor.) You would quickly freeze to death if subjected to Uranus' atmosphere.
There's also the problem of atmospheric pressure.
#51 - anon id: c17596ad
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On Uranus my weight would be 130.6 (in pounds)
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Uranus' temperature is from -155°C (-249F) to -218°C (-370F)
Spacesuits can handle temperatures from −153 °C (−243 °F) to 121 °C (250 °F)
Which means you could weigh yourself on other planets, like Uranus, as long as enough heat from the sun and radiation is there to keep you alive, you'd be able to stay on there for as long as 7 hours (1 hour for the ship to ships)
User avatar #63 to #51 - emiyashirou
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Your 'weight in pounds' would be exactly the same everywhere, as pounds measure mass. Your weight in Newtons, however, would differ.
User avatar #37 - andovaredoras
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Saw this on my facebook a few days ago. I knew i should start posting 'I love ******* science' posts.
User avatar #35 - decieverofthegods **User deleted account**
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'Pluto; isn't actually called 'Pluto' anymore. When it lost it's title as a 'planet' it also lost it's name.
It is now called '134340'. Seriously.
User avatar #83 to #35 - jackknapp
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While I'm against calling Pluto a planet, (because it isn't), why the **** did they do this?
User avatar #91 to #83 - decieverofthegods **User deleted account**
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Because when it was a planet it had a name, so when it lost it's title as a planet it couldn't keep the name associated with the original 'planet'.
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User avatar #30 - yunogasaii
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TO HELL THAT PLUTO ISN'T A PLANET
User avatar #29 - KayRed
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Yeah, but your body would still have weight, which I would like to know (without doing the math myself).
User avatar #22 - teevee
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ok so i don't die when i go to pluto and whenever i go to another planet i don't have a suit or ship?
User avatar #14 - chaossniper
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ok why mars?
User avatar #24 to #14 - hydromatic
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Because it's ******* Mars.
#3 - anon id: 08ec1a57
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I'm not usually this guy and I'm a biologist not a physicist...someone tell me why, as a planet, we are shortlisting 4 people to go to mars and live out the rest of their days there? Seriously, why would we even consider it if humans would just die the minute they landed?
#12 to #3 - anon id: 42470be8
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Because **** those guys.
#2 - anon id: 2276bd0c
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You forgot to mention that on Earth, you'd still die before being able to weigh yourself if you were in Australia.
#27 to #2 - anon id: a1822cca
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and in america, you'd just break the scale then die of a heart attack
User avatar #43 - phantomro
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OP ... ugh how can i say this..... It seems that UrAnus is preety big...
#121 - jackjr
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****** 'raycharlesreal' is funnier than this.
User avatar #94 - raybongos
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What's going on?

I'm Ray Bongos.