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Speaking of things that are huge, a Blue Whale' s
heart is so big. a small child can swim through the
There' s enough water in Lake to cover all
of North and South America in one foot of water:
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Let' s think bigger: If you dug a hole to the center
of the Earth and dropped a book down. it would take
45 minutes to reach the bottom:
Here' s what Jupiter would look like If It were the
same distance to Earth as the Moo -
And here' s what a sunset on Mars looks like:
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Dld YOU KNOW? A compressed spring weighs
more than a relaxed one:
JUST THINK: We know more about the surface of
the moon than the bottom of the ocean:
Speaking of the ocean. there are more atoms in a
glass of water than glasses of water in all the oceans
on Earth’
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existed the last time the Chicago Cubs won a World
Keep this in mind. too:
Light from the closest spiral galaxy
takes 2. 5 million years to reach
We would not be able to see it if
that time had not already passed.
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#615 - chaoticlaw (12/05/2012) [-]
I've never seen this before, so please be quiet.
I've never seen this before, so please be quiet.
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#598 - AquariusCyclone (12/05/2012) [-]
"A compressed spring weights more than an uncompressed one"
When you stand a compressed spring on its end, it exerts a force both upwards and downwards to release its potential energy, a force that can contribute to (but is not) weight. Weight is force an object exerts purely because of its mass.
When you lay a compressed spring on its side, conservation of mass states that the weight wouldn't change at all.
User avatar #684 to #598 - AcidFlux (12/05/2012) [-]
Actually, adding potential energy to an object will result in an increase of mass, otherwise e=mc2 would be proven false.

Read through some of the previous comments to understand more fully.
User avatar #744 to #684 - AquariusCyclone (12/05/2012) [-]
Hm, I didn't think of it that way.
#597 - inathecold (12/05/2012) [-]
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#593 - tdeezy (12/05/2012) [-]
I ******* love these
#587 - sillywall (12/05/2012) [-]
#584 - anonymous (12/05/2012) [-]
Ok, I am currently taking AP Physics and the compressed does not actually weigh more than the uncompressed one. It will exert more force on a scale, but neither it's mass, nor the coefficient of gravity (the two factors in determining weight) will change. I call ******** .
#626 to #584 - ventriloquist (12/05/2012) [-]
No, the spring will weigh more because it has more energy due to the work used to compress it. Energy like all things, has a quantifyable mass. You are using mechanics to call ******** on quantum theory
User avatar #634 to #626 - emrakul (12/05/2012) [-]
Energy does not have mass, only matter does, and mass is one of the major distinctions between the two, even in quantum physics.
User avatar #686 to #634 - AcidFlux (12/05/2012) [-]
Add energy to an object. For e=mc2 to remain true and the equation to remain balanced, then mass must also increase. It's a strange concept, but true. Google it.
#582 - lolercoasters (12/05/2012) [-]
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#581 - youcame (12/05/2012) [-]
omg i didn't even know mars had a sun.
User avatar #607 to #581 - usmcoorah (12/05/2012) [-]
I hope youre kidding..
User avatar #589 to #581 - bitchpleaseshutup ONLINE (12/05/2012) [-]
wait, are you serious?
User avatar #608 to #589 - theugandanhero (12/05/2012) [-]
He doesn't look serious, now does he?!
User avatar #601 to #589 - angelmatvey (12/05/2012) [-]
I'm pretty sure he's joking.

I hope.
#611 to #600 - bitchpleaseshutup ONLINE (12/05/2012) [-]
yeah the mars has a sun. OMG U SO STUPID XD i'm not going to waste my time on you FAG
#577 - breadstickez (12/05/2012) [-]
The africa one confused me at first because I thought they just traces around the country a little bit smaller, and I was trying to figure out why they excluded parts of it (were they underwater or something) then I saw "USA" and facepalmed. Lmfao
#571 - themissionary (12/05/2012) [-]
I can't understand the last one. Wouldn't that mean segasauruses would have to be alive now or after us for the time between when the two species were alive to be greater than the time when the T-rex and we were alive, I mean at the present. My brain's not working.
#574 to #571 - notaboss (12/05/2012) [-]
Stegosaurus' were alive, then died, then millions of years later t-rexes came around, died, and then millions of years later we arrived.

Cleared up?
#585 to #574 - themissionary (12/05/2012) [-]
Yeah, thanks
#572 to #571 - exploiterguyone (12/05/2012) [-]
stegosaurus live 80-100 million years before t-rex, which lived 65 million years before us.
#570 - titsjohnson (12/05/2012) [-]
Reposted but I will allow
#563 - sergeantwazup (12/05/2012) [-]
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User avatar #556 - purpleacidboots (12/05/2012) [-]
At first when I saw the whale heart I was like "Wait that's not that bi-" *sees person in picture* "Oh..."
#554 - anonymous (12/05/2012) [-]
and you know all this how? Science? Pfft... don't believe everything you hear and read. Sciencefag.
#552 - uberbunk (12/05/2012) [-]
**uberbunk rolled a random image posted in comment #1893612 at Item Discussion ** a repost of something that also made front page once...
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User avatar #592 to #537 - bitchpleaseshutup ONLINE (12/05/2012) [-]
to make it short, the Coriolis Effect would make it hit wall of the hole
User avatar #551 to #537 - AcidFlux (12/05/2012) [-]
First, the rotation of the Earth would have no appreciable effect on the trajectory of the book, just like when you jump straight up in the air, you come back down in the same spot you left. Both the Earth & book are rotating along a center axis at the same speed. If you drop a penny inside of a moving plane, does it bounce around inside the plane? Also, terminal velocity would still apply, therefore air resistance would have no greater effect in this hypothetical situation than if a the same book was dropped from an airplane.

The factor at play here, which you missed, would be the heat, generated not by air resistance, but by the geothermal energy.

But otherwise, good try!
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User avatar #549 to #537 - kerfufflemachtwo (12/05/2012) [-]
First, I don't think the Earth spinning would affect the book.

Second, that statement was assuming that just gravity and distance were being taken into account. Just to make a point of how far away the center of the Earth is.
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