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#8 - Sir William Samuel Stephenson-Canadian soldier, airman, busine… 04/23/2014 on intredasting 0
#12 - Pluto will always be a planet to me I don't give a damn if I'm…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/21/2014 on All the planets put together -1
User avatar #14 - monswine (01/21/2014) [-]
You have mischaracterized the situation. Astronomers are not discrediting Pluto for subjective reasons, nor are they making value judgments for you. They have not changed the dimensions of Pluto, they have merely pointed out that Pluto shares its orbit with larger bodies which immediately disqualifies it for planethood.
#10 - Lets say sweat shirts have been you go-to warmth since you kne…  [+] (4 new replies) 01/21/2014 on All the planets put together -2
#55 - mr skeltal (01/21/2014) [-]
Nobody's saying that it doesn't orbit the sun.
Correcting your analogy, this would be scientists saying sweat shirts are no longer shirts. OK, fine it keeps you warm and fits on your body, but for whatever reason is no longer a shirt.
Pluto isn't a planet because it is unable to clear its orbit of other space debris, which is an important criterium of being a planet
#11 - mr skeltal (01/21/2014) [-]
That metaphor doesn't really make sense. Objects have to meet certain criteria to be planets and Pluto doesn't meet these criteria.
#12 - nickisms (01/21/2014) [-]
Pluto will always be a planet to me I don't give a damn if I'm incorrect, or wrong, as a married man I'm used to being called both
User avatar #14 - monswine (01/21/2014) [-]
You have mischaracterized the situation. Astronomers are not discrediting Pluto for subjective reasons, nor are they making value judgments for you. They have not changed the dimensions of Pluto, they have merely pointed out that Pluto shares its orbit with larger bodies which immediately disqualifies it for planethood.
#2 - Picture  [+] (7 new replies) 01/21/2014 on All the planets put together +70
User avatar #6 - monswine (01/21/2014) [-]
Pluto orbits our sun and is round but that doesn't make it a planet. come on. 4 and 4 is such beautiful symmetry. Pluto was always the odd one out and now that we've confirmed the existence of larger bodies in similar orbits it makes no sense to continue classifying it as something special. It's smaller than plenty of moons!
User avatar #34 - Shaostoul (01/21/2014) [-]
I think the image looks best with 9, especially since Jupiter is the middle, being the 'largest'.

I'd probably be content with 8 as well. Petition the artists FJ. I'll use both either way.
#10 - nickisms (01/21/2014) [-]
Lets say sweat shirts have been you go-to warmth since you knew what the qualities of warm clothes are, then one day some crack pot scientist says "sweat shirts while they do fit over your body and are smaller than some light jackets, are no longer a method to stay warm, do you throw away all your belief in the warmth of a sweat shirt and put your faith in a large unnecessary coat, or defend that while smaller than the rest your sweatshirt is still warm and as long as it doesn't physically harm anyone, is still a method to keep warm to you?
#55 - mr skeltal (01/21/2014) [-]
Nobody's saying that it doesn't orbit the sun.
Correcting your analogy, this would be scientists saying sweat shirts are no longer shirts. OK, fine it keeps you warm and fits on your body, but for whatever reason is no longer a shirt.
Pluto isn't a planet because it is unable to clear its orbit of other space debris, which is an important criterium of being a planet
#11 - mr skeltal (01/21/2014) [-]
That metaphor doesn't really make sense. Objects have to meet certain criteria to be planets and Pluto doesn't meet these criteria.
#12 - nickisms (01/21/2014) [-]
Pluto will always be a planet to me I don't give a damn if I'm incorrect, or wrong, as a married man I'm used to being called both
User avatar #14 - monswine (01/21/2014) [-]
You have mischaracterized the situation. Astronomers are not discrediting Pluto for subjective reasons, nor are they making value judgments for you. They have not changed the dimensions of Pluto, they have merely pointed out that Pluto shares its orbit with larger bodies which immediately disqualifies it for planethood.
#1848 - **nickisms rolls 28** 10/24/2013 on *roll 2* to see your fate 0
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#180 - Comment deleted  [+] (1 new reply) 01/18/2013 on Double standards -2
#213 - mr skeltal (01/18/2013) [-]
Except humans are far more complex than that? This is and has always been a really shitty comparison.
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#3 - i was thinking of an orange orangutan from dominican republic!!! 10/08/2012 on Oh snap +1
#3 - pregnacy tests, wire coat hangers, and tylenol 10/04/2012 on Walmart Challenge +8

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