Water. If you took all the water in the world and made it into a sphere, it would be this big compared to earth.. water sphere and air sphere this is hilarious i know
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#3 - toastableduckling
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#5 to #3 - dementedllama
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All the water.
#6 - pidgeyownzu
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nah i don't believe that
User avatar #12 to #6 - glassofmilk
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im with you on that one
#16 to #12 - pidgeyownzu
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good good
#7 to #6 - ihatesalad
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Well thank you very much for that astonishing insight.
#8 to #7 - pidgeyownzu
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you're welcome
#4 - mankey
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water sphere and air sphere
#10 - losglatzos
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is there a reason why it´s flying over the USA?
#11 to #10 - anon id: 275764d2
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Oh don't start that ****.
#14 to #10 - Magnisethered
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be silent, ******.
User avatar #21 - djjeroenski
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adn why not put it on the sahara?
they'll need it more
#24 to #21 - prominant
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Pointless
#17 - giuetta
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User avatar #19 to #17 - mechanichore
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Well it pretty much looks like the above picture, since it makes up more than 99 percent of earth, minus an unobservable layered amount (the crust).
#15 - bluemagebrilly
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Considering we haven't even been to the bottom of the Ocean, as far as I know, and the water takes up most of the planet... It'd probably be a /lot/ bigger than that depending on how the sphere was made.

Either way, think of all the poor fish!
#18 to #15 - foromil
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We haven't been to the deepest parts of the ocean yet. Big difference. We have been to the floor in some points, however we lack the technology to fully explore extremely deep chasms, like the Marianas Trench.
And water takes up 70% of the Planet's Surface. That means that 70% of the Earth's Circumference is covered with water. The area of the earth is made up of mostly molten Iron and Nickel. This means that the proportion of the water sphere compared to the proportion of the solid earth would be fairly significant.
I'm not sure about this bit, but we could probably calculate how much water was physically on Earth by measuring our orbit's relation to other bodies within our solar system, or by analyzing our atmosphere.
And yeah those fish got screwed, so would every other life form on Earth, since a crucial ingredient of our bodies is water.

You, sir/madame, have very sound logic, but appear to have been misinformed. Hope this helps.
#9 - saxong
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Is this talking FRESH water? Liquid water? Water is such a broad term.
User avatar #13 to #9 - Imbtrtenu
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Well it just says water so I would assume it would be in liquid form. Also you can see right in the picture that it takes both the Great Lakes (which are fresh water) and the Oceans water was taken away. So there's that answer.

Though I don't believe this picture to be true to be honest. I would like to see more evidence.
#2 - anon id: f48cd2e7
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That's no moon!
#1 - anon id: 55d6bd6f
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Thats.. Frightening.
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