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hey ppl. consider this... how can the earth and all the other planets b completely rounded out and b in a perfect orbit around the sun w/o some having 2 create it. God created the earth and everything else. do u seriously thnk that some xplosionm couldve caused all of this. forget it. God is real. so believe or b condemned.

Aqua246, Whyville.net 54 Comments [5/16/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Matt T.

It's like a religious track written by Prince, assuming of course His Purple Majesty knew jack shit about astronomy and cosmology.

5/17/2006 1:29:12 AM

Catbert18

\"jesus, lol\"

5/17/2006 1:30:07 AM

Alex W.

HAHAHAHA. 'xplosionm'? Oh jesus, that's funny. You know, I think I remember that planet's orbit's AREN'T in a circle. And perfectly round planets? Hardly.

5/17/2006 1:31:13 AM

Jeremy

\"Whyville?\" Sounds like a town out of a Dr. Seuss book.

5/17/2006 1:40:51 AM

CousinTed

Has this man never seen a mountain before?

5/17/2006 1:41:31 AM

bjbj1991

What is a perfect orbit? I have never heard that phrase before. And gravity is a good reasion why we are on a sphereical planet.

The last line of \"God is real. so believe or b condemned.\"
deeply conserns me. Because the only person I would excuse to make a statment that we live in a 'perfect' solor system would be someone under 12 years old, yet the last statment is clearly intolerence that one should not learn until one is an adult of atleast 20.

5/17/2006 1:46:17 AM

Gadren

Wow...this guy is idiotic.

Oh, and spelling \"be\" as \"b\" doesn't really save that much time!

5/17/2006 1:47:35 AM

Papabear

\"hey ppl. consider this... how can the earth and all the other planets b completely rounded out\"

They are not completely round. Mount Everest is 29,035' above sea level, making the earth substantially out of round. The gas-giant planets bulge at the middle because of centrifugal force. The planets are close to round because of the effect of gravity, but none is truly round.

\"and b in a perfect orbit around the sun w/o some having 2 create it.\"

None of the planets is in a \"perfect\" orbit. All the orbits are elliptical. Pluto's orbit is in a substantially different plane.


\"God created the earth and everything else.\"

Prove it.


\"do u seriously thnk that some xplosionm couldve caused all of this.\"

No, but I think the Big Bang could have started it.


\"forget it.\"

No.


\"God is real.\"

Prove it. Show us all some clear, convincing evidence that God exists.


\"so believe or b condemned.\"

Charming. I have to think \"correctly or I'll be \"condemned.\" At this point I think you should prove that God is good.


5/17/2006 1:48:45 AM

Nic

I was under the impression that the orbits were slightly elliptical...however, if Aqua can't even spell explosion, I don't expect him/her to be able to spell elliptical.

PS. You're a moron.

PPS. I probably spelled elliptical wrong, because the universe is ironic like that.

5/17/2006 1:55:45 AM

bjbj1991

What is a perfect orbit? I have never heard that phrase before. And gravity is a good reasion why we are on a sphereical planet.

The last line of \"God is real. so believe or b condemned.\"
deeply conserns me. Because the only person I would excuse to make a statment that we live in a 'perfect' solor system would be someone under 12 years old, yet the last statment is clearly intolerence that one should not learn until one is an adult of atleast 20.

5/17/2006 1:56:03 AM

Pike

Hey Aqua246, learn some physics, or b condemned (to a life of ignorance).

5/17/2006 2:18:23 AM

Julian

Aqua246 - Please go and research Kepler's three Laws of Planetary Motion.

Also you might be interested to learn that the Earth is an oblate spheroid and the average diameter at the Equator is over 43km greater than the diameter pole to pole.

Explosions don't make spheres, debris gravitating together over billions of years makes spherical shapes.

5/17/2006 2:18:53 AM

whitewater55

Isn't that just precious...

5/17/2006 2:31:20 AM

Tara Mobley

As has been stated several times, the orbits are elliptical, and I wouldn't call that perfect.

As for the shape of planets, they are round for the same reason bubbles are round. It allowes tha largest amount of stuff to be contained with the smallest surface area. And planets aren't perfectly spherical anyways. Even without mountains, craters, and other things, planets tend to bulge out on the equator.

5/17/2006 2:48:10 AM

Napoleon the Clown

This twat's \"intellect\" couldn't cut half melted butter...

5/17/2006 2:49:32 AM

Crosis

It's called gravity, dumbass.

<<< so believe or b condemned. >>>

Sounds like a real loving, merciful, just deity you got there. Or not.

5/17/2006 2:55:31 AM

Hadanelith

Go learn what gravity is, and come back.

5/17/2006 3:17:04 AM

JadedRevenge

So since the the plants aren't round and the orbits aren't circular does that mean god doesn't exist?

haha, b condemed!

5/17/2006 3:27:36 AM

Napoleon the Clown

Isn't the gravitational constant 6.67E-11? Or is my memory faulty?

5/17/2006 4:49:03 AM

Nightson

I seem to remember the Church getting it's panties in a bunch over the planet's orbits not being perfectly circular...

5/17/2006 4:49:19 AM

ssdexecutor

believe or b condemned lol ;)

5/17/2006 5:17:11 AM

Duke Stronguy

Sentience is wasted on some people.

5/17/2006 6:27:58 AM

Jeremy PC

God is real.

Ok God, stop hiding and show yourself.

so believe or b condemned

And be a fuckwit like you? No thanks. Oh and your threats just show how brainwashed you really are.

5/17/2006 6:46:20 AM

NotMe

Since most people have pointed out the obvious flaws, I like to present a flaw in the logic of some posts here.

None of the planets is in a \"perfect\" orbit. All the orbits are elliptical.


This has been posted a few times in different words. But why can't a elliptical orbit be perfect? Sure, it isn't round, but is that really that much of a problem? You could call it a perfect ellipse. A correct argument would be that the orbits of the planets vary with each year.

5/17/2006 6:55:03 AM

Prager

Dear Aqua246,
As you clearly have no idea what you are talking about, perhaps it would be better if you just sat in the corner and let the adults converse. Okay?

5/17/2006 8:57:08 AM
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