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Except Norman Borlaug. Because he can feed many, many doggo.
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- Is that a hand or a dick?
it`s not a fucking penis you piece of shit homo futa lover..
Is it gay if she still has a pussy?
It's a hand.
- We're talking about two specific moons in our solar system, bo…
NASA News Conference April 13
Depends on if iwasfrozentoday meant life on the moons or life anywhere in general. If its just the moon, then yeah it'll probably be mostly bacteria. Maaaaaybe small stuff like what we see near our own vents, not too intelligent but complex nonetheless . You never know what could be down there.
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Oh thats a good point, life being kicked off without any star at all. I would assume that right off the bat, honestly. Anything is possible in this crazy fucker of a universe. You kidding me? We got holes the size of a moths pussy thats so massive, light cant escape. Its rains diamonds on fuckin Uranus, or Neptune. One of those. Neutron stars so dense, a tablespoon weighs as much as the earth. Fucking think about that. A
. Matter packed so tightly it equals the earth in a tiny fraction of the size. There are other collapsed stars who's core is so dense, it turned the carbon ash from the stars life cycle into diamond! A fucking core made if diamond. ITS NUCKIN FUTS MY DUDES. AND WE CAN EXPLORE IT ALL. SCIENCE MUTHA FUCKAS!
A black hole isn't a hole tho
Its a point of super compressed matter that occurs when a super massive star is in the end of it's life cycle. Instead of exploding outward, it implodes on itself due its own gravity. Everything is compacted into a single, tiny, infinitely dense point, with such high gravity that it slowly draws in anything nearby. The reason nothing, not even light, can escape the pull is because the gravity is so strong, not even light is fast enough to reach escape velocity. That is why light, nor any other object, cannot escape the gravity of a black hole. Light isn't fast enough.
In fact, we technically can't see dark holes. Light never escapes the surface of whatever lies beyond the event horizon. All we can do is observe its effects on space around it. Some black holes create an accretion disk around them that is composed of dust, gas, and other matter that was left over from its creation or picked up as the black hole traveled through space. Those are typically easier, relatively speaking, to detect. We look for the high energy output and the accretion disk. Some black holes are not so easy to view. Not all have accretion disks, and those can only be detected by measuring the distortion they have on space around them. Scientists look for literally light bending. The gravity surround the black hole is so massive that it actually bends and curves photons traveling around the hole that dont immediately fall in. Photons that get too close to the hole fall into the event horizon, the point at which nothing can escape the gravitational pull of the hole. But photons that skirt the very edge without falling in still get pulled off course ad they pass by. Their paths through space become distorted by the gravity, creating a lens effect around the black hole that distorts the view of the stars behind. Some black holes are also known as quasars. These are the super massive black holes that make up the center of some galaxies. A quasar is a black hole that is emitting a stream of radiation, all along the spectrum from gamma to radio to visible light, from the hole. The stream of energy is always perpendicular to the plane of the accretion disk. Imagine taking a black hole, disk and all, and skewering it straight through the middle of the hole, forming a 90 degree angle with the accretion disk. It is a stream comprised of energy being shot out of either side of the black hole as matter passes through the event horizon. This only occurs as long as the black hole has the fuel to do so, which, yearly, can be upwards of several suns worth ot matter. After it starts devouring less and less, the stream of energy disappears and you are left with a normal galaxy like ours.
Is it obvious I love the science of black holes? All that info was off the top of my head, honest. I've loved those things since I was a kid.
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