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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2012 08:36

So I was watching a program about Asteroids. Three thousand new asteroids are identified each day and there are currently around 900 near earth. It was believed that we really needed to be concerned with asteroids that were 1km in size but now they believe that smaller ones can be as powerful as a nuclear bomb. Also smaller ones are harder to detect and are usually not spotted until they are about to impact. The program also discussed of a recent asteroid type that was spotted, a one containing a tail. As most other asteroids just looked like a fast moving dot. At first they believed it was caused by a collision. However they soon realised after tracing the asteroids path that this was unlikely to be the case. They then worked their computer magic which looks at the structure of the asteroid and identified what it was made out of and what was causing the tail which they seem certain is ice. They were also talking about the beginning stages of earth when the land was mostly molten rock and extremely dry. Where did our water come from? It is believed to have come from an asteroid made of ice. They believe the starting blocks that made life possible came from an asteroid. So there you go, we are all aliens! Sarah ;-) (Beam me up Scottie)


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Posted on Sat, Feb 18, 2012 03:33

Quoting DONTFITMOLD:

Genes "is" and Pi "is" wouldn't be unless an Earth / Mars sized collision 4-5 millions years ago produced the stabilizing Moon / Earth orbits....little like falling in love eh???..lol


Haha, interesting stuff! I heard also that if there is a supernova 25 light years away from us, life on earth is over. :-o Makes you think with all the ongoings out there its a miracle we are all here.


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Posted on Sat, Feb 18, 2012 03:27

Quoting Voyager54:

~Sarah~...in a few more months, you may be able to get a part of your wish fulfilled regarding space. Virgin Galactic will begin it's sub orbital flights from it's space port in New Mexico. This is a fulfilled dream of Sir Richard Branson and Dick Rutan of Scaled Composites. Flights should run around $200 thousand US. I think there are 4 passengers on each flight. You will be in space, but only to low earth orbit of around 65 to 70 miles above the planet. Enough to experience being weightless. Very informative sites regarding everything about space and space exploration and very cool photos taken by amateurs and pros alike. The photos from Hubble are daily updates, photo of the day etc..truly stunning and inspirational. And then , save up and buy a MEADE LX 200 telescope. You won't regret it.


I'd love to do that but think that will be out of my price range. However, if I ever win the lottery... My area is a bit too lit up to get a proper view of the stars. When I used to live in the countryside it was amazing. I would of probably bought a good telescope if I was still living there. Sarah :-)


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Posted on Thu, Feb 09, 2012 00:25

Wow,Scottie beamed me into a spacey place : ] Truly I'm glad I'm here.Many times I've made my coffee when all I had was rainwater.It Just Taste Different and now I know that it is really purified dinasaur pee. Really we're just some space kids science project in a petri dish with 4 1/2 billion years our time being half a school year for them. All these UFO's are them showing off the humans to their friends.But will science listen to me? Oh look,it's 4:20


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Posted on Wed, Feb 08, 2012 19:05

Genes "is" and Pi "is" wouldn't be unless an Earth / Mars sized collision 4-5 millions years ago produced the stabilizing Moon / Earth orbits....little like falling in love eh???..lol

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Posted on Tue, Feb 07, 2012 10:12

Quoting Curious2078:

Not to worry. I Googled all of this last night. It seems that when water on earth evaporates and goes back into the atmosphere, that process somehow purifies the water [acid rain being another thing] and when that purified water comes back to earth as rain, well, all the stuff the dinosaur deposited in it that wasn't fit for drinking was/is gone. LOLOLOL


We can drink our water a little easier knowing it is purified dinasaur pee! ;-)


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Posted on Tue, Feb 07, 2012 10:11

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~Sarah~...indeed, what I have heard is that there is a strong possibility that humans or rather our particles originated from a part of Mars when there were all sorts of intergalactic collisions going on and that our moon either came from the region of Mars and then collided with earth, broke into a gazzillion pieces then reformed where it is today. Either way, we are Spacey people. Jeez, just look at me...you don't get any spacier than that!


Yes I definitely think there was life on Mars at one point. Will be interesting when we send our first astronauts there. If only I was smarter perhaps I could have worked for NASA. Sarah ;-)


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Posted on Tue, Feb 07, 2012 10:07

Quoting DONTFITMOLD:

Aliens are we ...I'd just like to meet the designer of DNA...one smart extradementional pool player


Ha yes very clever! Sarah :-)


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Posted on Mon, Feb 06, 2012 19:57

Quoting MissMonteCarlo:

LOL dinosaur pee. I hadn't thought of it that way. hehe I drink bottled water due to the thought of thinking tap water is purified human pee. lol However, think the reality of my volvic mineral water is probably not that spring beside a volcano but probably filtering water through volcanic rocks in some factory. Sarah ;-)


Not to worry. I Googled all of this last night. It seems that when water on earth evaporates and goes back into the atmosphere, that process somehow purifies the water [acid rain being another thing] and when that purified water comes back to earth as rain, well, all the stuff the dinosaur deposited in it that wasn't fit for drinking was/is gone. LOLOLOL


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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2012 17:17

Aliens are we ...I'd just like to meet the designer of DNA...one smart extradementional pool player

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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2012 03:35

Actually before posting this blog I should have looked up a few things as the program made me realise I was confused about the definitions of a some things. The difference between an asteroid, comet and meteorite. The guy on the program talked solely of asteroids. The asteroid made of ice with a tail. I thought that was a comet. I remember seeing Haley's Comet in the 90s. So by the power of google: Asteroid: A relatively small, inactive body, composed of rock, carbon or metal, which is orbiting the Sun. Comet: A relatively small, sometimes active object, which is composed of dirt and ices. Comets are characterised by dust and gas tails when in proximity to the Sun. Far from the Sun it is difficult to distinguish an asteroid from a comet. Meteoroid: A small particle from an asteroid or comet orbiting he Sun. Meteor: A meteoroid that is observed as it burns up in the Earth's atmosphere - a shooting star. Meteorite: A meteoroid that survives its passage through the Earth's atmosphere and impacts the Earth's surface So I'm assuming the asteroid with a tail was a comet so not sure why he didn't say comet. Perhaps to confuse me.


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Posted on Sun, Feb 05, 2012 03:15

Quoting Curious2078:

Fascinating, Sarah. I love this stuff--though I rarely understand much of it. Kind of like trying to understand Black Holes. Way above my pay grade. What this brings to mind is the fact--or so I've read that it's a fact--that there is exactly the same amount of water on earth today as there was when the dinasoars ruled. Give or take the stuff that's evaporating, going into clouds again, and then falling again as rain. Meaning, I guess, that I should have said there's the same amount of water on earth and in her atmosphere today as there was way back when. If we take that to be true, then I guess we are the ultimate recyclers. Which means, when you think about it, that the glass of water at my side could very well have been, once upon a time, part of a dinosaur's p**s. Pretty weird to think about. But quite funny, I think. Thanks for the post, Sarah. If I get a chance, I'm going to look the info up.


LOL dinosaur pee. I hadn't thought of it that way. hehe I drink bottled water due to the thought of thinking tap water is purified human pee. lol However, think the reality of my volvic mineral water is probably not that spring beside a volcano but probably filtering water through volcanic rocks in some factory. Sarah ;-)


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Posted on Sat, Feb 04, 2012 19:19

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Hi Sarah, As you can see, Curious is up to her usual self--really--Dinosaur's p**s! It's a good thing that nature cares for all by filtering the 'p**s' these many times over! Have you been able to find out--in your 'looking up'--or by chance run across information on the other extrement? Hmmmmm????? Holy moly, I beleive I already have enough information on this subject for my lifetime!(LOL) God bless, John


ROFLMAO, John.


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Posted on Sat, Feb 04, 2012 06:01

Hi Sarah, As you can see, Curious is up to her usual self--really--Dinosaur's p**s! It's a good thing that nature cares for all by filtering the 'p**s' these many times over! Have you been able to find out--in your 'looking up'--or by chance run across information on the other extrement? Hmmmmm????? Holy moly, I beleive I already have enough information on this subject for my lifetime!(LOL) God bless, John


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Posted on Fri, Feb 03, 2012 19:02

Fascinating, Sarah. I love this stuff--though I rarely understand much of it. Kind of like trying to understand Black Holes. Way above my pay grade. What this brings to mind is the fact--or so I've read that it's a fact--that there is exactly the same amount of water on earth today as there was when the dinasoars ruled. Give or take the stuff that's evaporating, going into clouds again, and then falling again as rain. Meaning, I guess, that I should have said there's the same amount of water on earth and in her atmosphere today as there was way back when. If we take that to be true, then I guess we are the ultimate recyclers. Which means, when you think about it, that the glass of water at my side could very well have been, once upon a time, part of a dinosaur's p**s. Pretty weird to think about. But quite funny, I think. Thanks for the post, Sarah. If I get a chance, I'm going to look the info up.


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