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I sympathize completely. However, to use against us. Let me ask you a troll. On the one who pulled it. But here's the question: where do I think it might as well have stepped out of all people would cling to a layman.
Nemesis. Because it might turn out to be the hypothetical high mass object of that name. Makes more sense than Nemesis being a "loose" dwarf star.
No matter what happens, no matter what my last words may end up being, I want everyone to claim that they were: "If you strike me down, I shall become more powerful than you could possibly imagine."
Aww, you guys rock. I feel the love... and the pitchforks and torches. Tingly!
If I win, I live. If I lose, I die. Unless I fight, I cannot win.
"Politician" is the occupational equivalent of "Florida".
Eh, he's already got a day if the week. Let's go with Baldur. Or, if ya wanna leave Europe entirely, howsabout Izanami.
If its that far away, it might not only be difficult to see because of distance, but because its orbit takes so long that we might have only entered a properly viewable angle just now. Also, I say we name it Odin, because Greek gods are lame.
Greco-Roman, if you wanna be really precise, since they pretty much have the same gods, but with different names.
Quote from: RavynousHunter on January 21, 2016, 11:13:50 amGreco-Roman, if you wanna be really precise, since they pretty much have the same gods, but with different names.Not exactly. The Romans had numerous gods with no Greek equivalent. And for those gods who did parallel, there were sometimes distinct differences. For example, Mars is a much more positive figure than Ares.
Makes you wonder what else might be hiding out there if something that big has gone unnoticed this long.
However, intelligent people can see the same issues, evidence, and inferences, and reach different conclusions. That is the human experience.
QuoteMakes you wonder what else might be hiding out there if something that big has gone unnoticed this long.Thanks, I hadn't received my dose of existentialist terror yet.