Archive for ‘astronomy’

August 20, 2019

Which state has no shadows?

by allthoughtswork

Okay, it only happens once a year but it’d be fun to go there and tell some jerk to stick it where the sun don’t shine and watch him think it through.

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July 10, 2019

“Adjusting to space was a lot easier than adjusting to Earth”

by allthoughtswork

At 7 minutes in, astronaut Scott Kelly describes what a body goes through when you come back home from outer space. I get nauseated at family reunions, too, so I can relate.

March 14, 2019

All the planets can fit between the earth and the moon

by allthoughtswork

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Yes, even Pluto. Bite me.

January 17, 2019

Earth and Moon

by duncanr

If you traveled at the speed of light, it would take you about 1.3 seconds to get from Earth to the Moon . . . Planetary expert James O’Donoghue animates the distance using NASA imagery ( http://tinyurl.com/yaswdy3a )

January 11, 2019

Putting climate change into perspective

by allthoughtswork

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Moral: Don’t fuck with the balance, dude. We’re all delicate pansies livin’ in a tenuous greenhouse on a giant rock hurtling through eternal blackness. Stop getting fingerprints on the glass.

December 30, 2018

Get ready for the Super Blood Wolf Moon

by allthoughtswork

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That’s right, Junior Spacemen and women, there’s gonna be a heap of lunar eclipse¬†on January 20, not to mention a lot of other astronomical wonders throughout 2019. Polish your binoculars.

I never miss it.

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December 25, 2018

Flat Earthers, cover your ears

by allthoughtswork

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December 16, 2018

Rednecks in ATVs are all the same

by allthoughtswork

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July 27, 2018

Blood Moon

by duncanr

many parts of the world (but not Canada and USA) will witness a blood moon in the sky tonight . . .

July 16, 2018

Flat Earthers are fun

by allthoughtswork

Well, they’re fun from a distance, so long as none of them make policy in Washington D.C. and I don’t have to talk to any of them.

(sigh) One out of two ain’t bad.