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do you assume that gravity exists in the Andromeda galaxy? I mean, we see stars moving and such (and moving really fast at the center), but who's to say that gravity is causing it?

xian, Internet Infidels 14 Comments [3/1/2003 12:00:00 AM]
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4/8/2008 8:56:00 AM



4/8/2008 11:37:47 AM


common sense?

4/8/2008 7:29:12 PM

Tomby Stone

Okay then here's the deal, I wont torture or kill you for doubting that gravity exists in the Andromeda galaxy and you .. well you can guess the rest. I'm not suggesting you would or anything but to be fair you guys do have kind of a bad track record with that stuff.

4/8/2008 9:25:57 PM


Why assume gravity doesn't exist there? Reasons?

4/8/2008 10:00:52 PM


Correct, it's actually intelligent falling, or intelligent not falling as the case is.

3/27/2009 3:00:07 AM

Tormentor of Religion

Well, I don't know, maybe, just maybe... THE FUCKING LAWS OF PHYSICS?

3/28/2009 3:23:46 PM


the laws of physics, dipshit.

4/19/2011 1:44:50 AM


What do you think is causing it?

On second thoughts, I don't want to know.

4/19/2011 2:49:34 AM


Let me guess: "xian" already knows the "eternal truth"? Jesus holds the Andromeda galaxy together?


4/19/2011 2:57:27 AM


Because if it looks like a duck, acts like a duck and sounds like a duck, it's probably not a Shetland pony.

So why do you assume it isn't gravity?

4/19/2011 3:42:52 AM


> and moving really fast at the center

You mean in a way that exactly matches what you'd expect from gravitational attraction?

4/19/2011 10:29:23 AM


Gravity is as gravity does. You may have noticed the Bible says nothing about stars moving and doesn't compare the Sun to a star in anyway.

Why doesn't your God clue you in when the Greeks and Romans and Egyptians and Persians and Maya and Incas And Ecteras named them?

4/24/2011 3:14:50 PM

Do you really want to start an argument with math?

11/3/2012 2:35:03 PM

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