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Scuba_Dave 07-21-2009 06:54 PM

Something hit Jupiter !!
 
A hole the size of Earth in it's atmosphere
I think they need a new news writer
The guy said "I'm not sure what anyone can do about it"
Gee....ya think ? :laughing:
Where's Superman when you need him

gma2rjc 07-21-2009 10:28 PM

Quote:

The guy said "I'm not sure what anyone can do about it"
I know what we can do about it!

First, we have to blame it on humans. More specifically, Americans.

Then we (only Americans) need to drastically change our way of life.

We also need to pay some scientists to say there is a consensus...blah...blah...blah.

Next we have to get the government involved, because apparently they know all the answers and can solve every 'problem' (real or imagined) by throwing trillions of our tax dollars at it.

Or, maybe there's another solution. :wink:

spark plug 07-21-2009 10:35 PM

Off topic comparison/ retort.
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Scuba_Dave (Post 305064)
A hole the size of Earth in it's atmosphere
I think they need a new news writer
The guy said "I'm not sure what anyone can do about it"
Gee....ya think ? :laughing:
Where's Superman when you need him

It's akin to some of the "Environmentalist" extremists. (Actually Environmentalism is a good thing, when done in moderation) who want to cease using forests for building materials or paper, due to the impact it'll have on Earth in 150,000 Years from now. (No matter what) :laughing::no::drink:Don't Drink and Drive!!!

Scuba_Dave 07-21-2009 10:35 PM

I'd be willing to head up the Committee to investigate
It may take 10 years & multiple trips to conservatories around the world
But I'll do it

gma2rjc 07-21-2009 10:51 PM

Dave, if you give the government the answers they want to hear, they'll pay billions of dollars for the 'research'. They don't care about accurate data or any of that silly stuff.

Here's all anyone really needs to do:

*accept the $$$,$$$,$$$.52 and take the family and some friends on vacation for 9 of the 10 years.

*during the last year, contact several highly-paid movie stars and ask for their educated (:laughing:) opinion.

*record their opinions and comments as scientific fact

Simple as that! :thumbup:

Red Squirrel 07-21-2009 11:57 PM

Bah, it will dissolve in that atmosphere and whatever does hit ground will just buff right out. It's all good.:jester:

Kap 07-22-2009 01:12 AM

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Originally Posted by gma2rjc (Post 305182)
Or, maybe there's another solution. :wink:

There is...

Put your head between your legs and kiss you a$$ goodbye.

Scuba_Dave 07-22-2009 12:37 PM

I was surprised to hear recently that Earth was hit by a very large object & the result was our present planet & the moon

Quote:

The moon formed from Earth fragments after a collision with a giant, Mars-size asteroid relatively late in our planet's formation, a new analysis of moon rocks has revealed.


new study of moon rocks collected three decades ago by Apollo astronauts, however, found that Earth and the rocks were too similar....

Earthly Material The most likely explanation is that the moon was formed primarily of Earthly material, the authors say.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/n...lision_big.jpg

Floorwizard 07-22-2009 12:46 PM

this ceertainly helps prove that because of Jupiter....we are still here.
thanks to it's gravity, I am sure o ton of rock does not come our way.

Maintenance 6 07-23-2009 02:23 PM

North Korean missle test. I knew it would happen, but did anybody listen?.........................nooooooo. :huh:

Yoyizit 07-23-2009 02:30 PM

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Originally Posted by Scuba_Dave (Post 305064)
A hole the size of Earth in it's atmosphere

That was me. . .sorry. . .I had a fit of rage.:(

Speaking of "hitting", d'you know that Jupiter does not have a surface? As you get closer it is at first gas, then more dense gas, then liquid, then more dense liquid, and finally maybe a solid at the center. Dunno', never been at the center.:laughing:

Scuba_Dave 07-23-2009 04:30 PM

Yeah, they have yet to get to the core of the planet
I think they sent one satellite/device in & it disintegrated in the atmosphere
They need that Owl that did the lollipop commercial

See, we just a need a gas line out to Jupiter & we'll be all set


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