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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#16 - tehfrogg
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I mean, at least they care enough to look it up. There was a time when you didn't know that either...

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User avatar #39 to #16 - TheBigGummyBear
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a planet though? A PLANET.
User avatar #49 to #39 - theoriginalzombie
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There was a time when pluto was considered a planet and now it's not. It's easy to see how people can get confused when you take into account the semantics surrounding the actual definition of a planet. For instance, the sun (ours) and jupiter are both large, inhospitable spherical bodies in space. For a more specific definition, you'd have to research the subject. I'm not defending false information, but I'm not gonna condemn stupid questions especially when someone is trying to learn.
#54 to #49 - anon id: ef819cae
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more specific definition?
ONE OF THEM BRIGHTS SO MUCH IT HURTS
by the way, jupiter and the sun are not both large, the sun is thousands of times at least bigger than jupiter; its like saying an ant and an elephant are both large
#75 to #54 - hillbillypowpow
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an elephant is large, but whales are larger does that mean elephant are small?
#121 to #54 - arnas
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In sun you can fit 108 Earths yet you say sun is thousands of times larger than Jupiter...
In sun you can fit 108 Earths yet you say sun is thousands of times larger than Jupiter...
#56 to #54 - anon id: efed0e00
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"jupiter and the sun are not both large" is dis ***** serious? of course they're both large, but the avg prson couldn't tell exactly how much of a difference could they?
User avatar #105 to #16 - condormcninja
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The time when I didn't know that was kindergarten though.
User avatar #17 to #16 - djequalizee [OP]
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Yeah, you have a point. but "is the sun a planet" is just stupidity, if you have access to google, you should be old enough to know that the sun is a star ._. the last one is acceptable for people who dont know much about astronomy, but still.
#24 to #17 - zaggystirdust
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as a child I thought the sun was a planet   
I felt smart correcting people by saying there were nine planets   
MFW I first found out the sun was a star
as a child I thought the sun was a planet
I felt smart correcting people by saying there were nine planets
MFW I first found out the sun was a star
#34 to #17 - anon id: 3a65a32c
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When I was 4 I thought 100 was the last number
tldr; kids are ******* dumb
User avatar #53 to #34 - honkan
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Who oes "11 words?? Hell no, I ain't reading that ****!"
TLDR: TLDR wasn't necessary
User avatar #91 to #53 - Viggiator
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Okay, seriously why is this thumed down?
User avatar #55 to #53 - honkan
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goes*
#97 - mrcowll
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Should clear some of them up
Should clear some of them up
User avatar #95 - ortonja
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Surely you should GAIN faith in humanity, because whoever Googles that is obviously trying to learn more, and be less wrong.
#98 to #95 - anon id: 19c844fd
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no because only a retard would search that one which is beyond help
#101 to #98 - twilightdusk
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What if the google searches are from small children who haven't had a chance to learn properly yet?
User avatar #102 to #101 - mtandy
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Anyone who doesn't know the answers to those questions is probably too young to be allowed free internet access.
#103 to #102 - twilightdusk
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You're saying if there was internet when you were 5, you wouldn't find ways to get onto it?
User avatar #104 to #103 - mtandy
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When I was five we had 1 computer shared by the family that my parents had the password to. Usually just read books to learn stuff. I liked pictures...
#107 to #104 - kingchase
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I don't know about you guys but when I was five I looked up porn.
User avatar #23 - MegaAwesomeSauce
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Waves head in shame at stupid people

Waves head in shame when stupid people go on google to educate themselves

****** damn hard to please
#25 to #23 - anon id: 296b214b
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The problem is that there were enough people asking to make it the top suggestions. Above any other reasonable question, those 4 are the top. That's the disappointment.
#26 to #25 - srslyjakecease
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well how many questions can one possibly ask that begin with the words, &quot;is the sun&quot;, for insance, &quot;is the sun made out of chease&quot;, once you get past the ones that are listed there, they become ludicrous questions. so of course there will be more search results for the ones there.
well how many questions can one possibly ask that begin with the words, "is the sun", for insance, "is the sun made out of chease", once you get past the ones that are listed there, they become ludicrous questions. so of course there will be more search results for the ones there.
User avatar #27 to #26 - DingoJ
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is the sun expanding at a rate that we'd be in danger in the next 5 billion years?...yeah that was pretty stupid too to tell the truth XD
#1 - nidhugg
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Comment Picture
User avatar #18 to #1 - goldenpotato
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It's funny because the comment above you.
#22 to #18 - ohemgeezus
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how is that funny?
#35 to #22 - xtalos
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enter six times
User avatar #50 to #22 - goldenpotato
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It's an overused picture.
User avatar #11 - Mynameismario
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You do realize most of these come from young kids right?
User avatar #30 - Sunburn
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I don't mean to rain on your parade OP, but at least they asked the question instead of being dumb enough to not figure it out for themselves.
User avatar #31 to #30 - djequalizee [OP]
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yeah, true, but honestly, should so many people be asking these that they become the most popular questions? i would think it would be questions like "is the sun halfway through its life" or "is the sun made of hydrogen" etc. anyways, thats jsut my opinion
#33 to #31 - anon id: 7589877c
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I'm sure there are far, far more kids, preteens and teens than there are adults on the internet. That would explain it. And of course older people generally tend to just google sentences such as 'life span of the sun' as opposed to googling a question.
User avatar #15 - dirtydamhippie
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Fun fact for the day: studies show over forty percent of Americans are not aware that the sun is in fact a star. Thank you CNN for slowly eroding the little faith I have in mankind everyday.
#68 to #15 - anon id: ca1a1d93
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O rly? I'm American and I don't remember being asked by anyone whether the sun was a star or not. I really doubt they went around the entire United States and asked everyone that question.

Wouldn't be surprised if they went to Harlem and asked it there.

Or you know, that "fact" is just made up ********.
#64 - gildemoono
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At least theyre trying. they could simply choose to live with their ignorance as so many idiot do, but they decided to actually seek answers. theyre still dumb, but ambitious.

also 5 year olds can get on the internet now, who knows who asked these.
#14 - brianhimself
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I guess people have to learn somehow...
I guess people have to learn somehow...