( 1 ). So full of win. facebook ti-‘ s profile - is Wall The sun has fallen out of orbit and is about to collide with the earth. Your only hope to survive is to ( 1 ) So full of win facebook ti-‘ s profile - is Wall The sun has fallen out orbit and about to collide with the earth Your only hope survive
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( 1 ). So full of win. facebook ti-‘ s profile - is Wall The sun has fallen out of orbit and is about to collide with the earth. Your only hope to survive is to

So full of win

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The sun has fallen out of orbit and is about to collide with the earth.
Your only hope to survive is to take cover in a bomb shelter. There are two shelters left with one space in
each;
N Shelter full of Call of Duty players
B) Shelter full of Halo players
Which shelter do you choose to says your life?
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H. H‘ . . .this is literally the most stupid premise I have ever
heard For an apocalypse scenario.
First of all, "The sun has fallen out of orbit"? Are we about
some sort of cosmic death here? The Earth orbits the Sun,
not the other way around.
Second ifall, I would like to shake the hand of the man that can
invent a bomb shelter than an withstand the FREAKING SUN
crashing into the Earth.
Third of all, I' m assuming these Call of Duty and/ or Halo players are
all annoying, vulgar, Foul , so I would definitely
prefer to stand out in the open with arms outstretched waiting For
the Sun to destroy me rather than live out the rest of my days with
people like that.
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#125 - enorus
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"The sun has fallen out of orbit"
#149 to #125 - anon id: b6e17c13
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The sun orbits the Milky Way galaxy maybe?
User avatar #152 to #149 - wiredguy
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Sort of, but that isn't the point at all.
I'm pretty sure it doesn't matter how you can twist the situation to make sense, the guy who posted it still intended for the Sun to fall out of the sky and crash in to the Earth, which is completely ******* wrong. Not only was this theory dumped thousands of years ago, but the Sun is so hot and large, it wouldn't even have to make contact with us to roast away all the life, or even melt the planet as a whole.
User avatar #153 to #149 - popebenedict
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... Maybe not. Yeah, let's go with no.
User avatar #158 to #153 - wiredguy
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No he is basically right, it's just that doesn't have anything to do with what was incorrect in the post at all.
User avatar #162 to #149 - naginatorz
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the sun IS in the milky way galaxy, it doesnt orbit it....
#166 to #162 - diamondback
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The sun is a star is the milky way galaxy yes, but the entire galaxy rotates due to the individual stars orbiting the centre of the galaxy.
#223 to #125 - anon id: 25d73657
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technically the sun does orbit the galactic center.
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User avatar #252 to #223 - enorus
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Sure, but I doubt that's what the person who wrote that meant.
#176 to #125 - ubongi
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It has two noses...
User avatar #181 to #176 - enorus
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It ain't easy being retarded.
#5 - anon id: c24371bd
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The Sun!? That's the hottest place on Earth!
#9 to #5 - bananaananas
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the sun ey?

were's that? Tuscon?
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#150 - megatrondecepticon
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User avatar #1 - Strudel
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I'm not proud to say that I'm gay and love those douchey vulgar types of guys, so I'd probably choose the CoD shelter, want ta fight about it?
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User avatar #7 to #1 - bananaananas
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well don't you worry about those homophobs down there. not everyone is a hater. one of my best friends is gay.

and I was bullied alot, called gay, homo an' all that even though I am not. but thanks to parents, and a "don't give a ****" attitude. I learned not to give a **** about folks sexual preferences.
who the hell cares. if you are a nice person, then you are fine by me. unlike deuche bags who have to rant about people that are not like them.
I mean how insecure are they about their sexuality right?

I think I could go on forever. I should stop..

also repost from a few years back.

done.
User avatar #10 to #1 - Strudel
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just to clear things up I said I love those douchey vulgar types. point 1 being I'm not one to be offended by words. point 2, I find their immaturity hilarious, and point 3, I'm not attracted by a man who prances around wearing feathers and dresses but rather a man who's actually a man and can assert himself.
User avatar #11 to #10 - Strudel
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not to say i don't strive for top bunk if you know what I mean
User avatar #131 to #11 - ColCyclone
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No actually, I don't know "gay terms"
#2 to #1 - malifaux
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Why would you be proud of being gay? You were born with an attraction to people of the same sex, not exactly an achievement.

Perhaps you shouldn't have your orientation define you and just live life like being gay is nothing special... because it isn't.

You don't see straight people running around like "I'm STRAIGHT ******! Check my swag!"
User avatar #8 to #2 - Strudel
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Not to quote myself but I DID clearly say, "I'm not proud..."
User avatar #22 to #2 - themagnetlord
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every straight guy ever: "imma go **** some hoes n ****" or something along those lines. Yeah.
User avatar #102 - epicmustachguy
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i'll stick with the fallout players since they should know what to do
#213 to #102 - anon id: 8553b9f1
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Everyone will kill each other until the last man standing loots everyone for bottle caps.
Everyone will kill each other until the last man standing loots everyone for bottle caps.
#266 to #102 - mrfistfucka
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"I like your hat, John."

*BAM*
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#12 - BobbyMcFerrin
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Actually, the Sun and Earth orbit one another. In the simple version of the scenario, both bodies orbit the center of mass of the Sun-Earth system. Since the mass of the Sun is far greater than that of the Earth, the Sun appears to remain stationary while the Earth orbits. This relationship can be described with a relatively simple differential equation describing circular orbits, and allowing for perturbation in the initial conditions which would cause elliptical orbits. While the solution can be computed by hand, adding bodies to the problem (3-body, 4-body,...n-body) makes the calculation arbitrarily more difficult. While solutions can be found, in reality they are considered chaotic systems because any perturbation in the initial conditions cause the error to increase rapidly over time until the solution is useless as a model for reality.

Back the the problem at hand, if the force of gravity between the Earth and the Sun were to suddenly shut off, and we can safely assume that other bodies would play an insignificant role in the subsequent motions of each, it would still be impossible for the two to collide. At any given time in the two body system, the unit vectors describing the motion of both bodies point in opposite directions. In other words, were gravity to shut off, the Sun and the earth would fly off in opposite directions, and not get closer to one another at any point.

tl;dr i'm a nerd faggot
#351 to #12 - fierenx
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Actually... the sun orbits the center of the galaxy, spiraling closer and closer to the black hole that we can assume is at the center... and while the earth and other planets may affect its orbit slightly (in minuscule amounts) the sun never does orbit the earth. Galaxies are the only thing we can assume have no set orbit because we havent found a center of the universe yet. So im not disagreeing with you. just adding another part to the story
User avatar #383 to #351 - BobbyMcFerrin
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If you knew anything about Newton's Law of Gravitation F=Gm1m2/r^2 you would know that everything orbits everything else. We as human beings can assume a reference frame only pertaining to our solar system since it takes the sun roughly 226 million years to orbit the galaxy. In our solar system, each of the 8 planets impacts the path of the Sun separately, and the planets also impact each other's motion by a small amount. Since the planets almost never lie along the same direction vector, the pull from each body will affect the Sun in different directions. Therefore, the Sun will not appear to move in an elliptical or circular orbit, but rather more of a slight gyration depending on the positions of the planets.

However, my point with the above comment was to illustrate the fact that, if one were to look at the motion of the Sun with 7 planets neglecting earth, and then look again at its motion with Earth included, the difference would be of the same order as the two body problem describing just the Sun and the Earth together. This relationship is analogous to an oscillation problem with at least two linearly independent solutions and a forcing term that is not in phase with these solutions. The maximum possible amplitude of the resulting wave is exactly equal to what the amplitude would be if the forcing term and the solutions were in phase with one another. However, in reality, the amplitudes of the waves in the actual predicted model are all between 0 and this maximum amplitude. This problem is similar to a child being pushed on a swing. If the pusher pushes at a constant frequency, but the swinger swings at a different frequency, some pushes will increase the swingers speed, and some will dampen it.

What I mean by all this is that the Earth provides a component of motion to the Sun as if it were forcing it to orbit. The Sun may not do so perfectly, but the relationship between the two is one of "attempted" orbit.
User avatar #54 to #12 - killerliquid
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Then where do the other planets come into play D":
#367 to #12 - rainbowblitz
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User avatar #20 to #12 - themagnetlord
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Of course, given the infinite size of the Universe, it is possible that the new Earth hurtling through the infinite reaches of space, could eventually collide with a star. Chances are slim to none, but hey, what's probability when you're dealing with the infinite?

User avatar #21 to #20 - themagnetlord
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*Earth now hurtling, sorry
#27 to #21 - newall
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well actually at some point in the future we will finish our slow-motion collide with the andromeda galaxy and any time between then and now our chances of hitting another astral body of equal or greater mass are ridiculously high.
#216 - milkgirl
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User avatar #237 to #216 - Xedan
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I've never noticed how the candles say 90
User avatar #240 to #237 - milkgirl
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it says 20
User avatar #245 to #240 - Xedan
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oh wow, it's very early in the morning, I'll crawl back in my hole.
#114 - classiccolour
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Man that bomb shelter must be made of bedrock or something.
Man that bomb shelter must be made of bedrock or something.
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