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even scientists say it's cuckoo, they claim to have found a planet that's like 15,000,000 years long, so now they aren't even sure how old is the universe!! hahahah

LoneStar, Baptist.org Board 27 Comments [4/1/2004 12:00:00 AM]
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Papabear

My goodness! A planet 15 million years long.

3/1/2006 6:24:18 AM

David D.G.

I've seen \"light year\" misused as a unit of duration (1/3 fewer calories than a regular year, perhaps?), and even Star Wars did the same thing with \"parsec\" (in an appallingly dumb line for sci-fi by the time it was made), but this is the first time I've ever seen a reference to a planet being \"15,000,000 years long\"! That's hilarious!


~David D.G.

3/1/2006 3:23:23 PM

vichycycl

Get out of my life. Use thousands of meters of gasoline or a whole spatula of horses. I don't care.

7/10/2007 10:20:13 PM

Frank

Scientists always said the universe was older than 15m years anyway.

That's a pretty big planet by the way, i wonder what it's age in metres is.

7/11/2007 4:48:47 PM

Puck

What's this planet's mass then? Must be in the microhertz range.


7/11/2007 5:43:20 PM

LoneStar

You idiots are so culless. Can't even understand your own stuipid sciene!

7/11/2007 7:21:30 PM

cui bono

“You idiots are so CULLES. Can't even understand your own STUIPID SCIENE !”
Do you practice at being so stupid are you a natural ?

7/11/2007 8:12:55 PM

Julian

LoneStar - The Texas Catatonic State

7/11/2007 9:09:29 PM

Malfist

Damn, apples to oranges again.

7/11/2007 10:44:32 PM

Lt. Fred

I call troll. Or poe. Or N00b Rufflecopter.

7/11/2007 10:54:07 PM

agentCDE

Yeah, I should be culled from this batch of extras. I really have no idea what my lines are in this scene. I mean, am I just standing around looking... er... extra-ey?

At least they didn't give me a red shirt. I got blue!

Wait. WAIT, ON THIS SHOW REDSHIRTS DRESS IN BLUE! I AM A NAMELESS SECURITY OFFICER! SHIT SHIT SOMEONE HELP ME THEY'RE GETTING OUT THE SPECIAL EFFECTS GUYS

7/11/2007 11:02:25 PM

Mike

What the hell? I'm not even sure how to start to decipher this.

Incidentally, how many years long is Earth?

8/4/2007 12:50:21 AM

Tempus

You idiots are so culless. Can't even understand your own stuipid sciene!

Gather 'round, boys and girls--this is some fantastic stupid right here!

8/4/2007 12:52:53 AM

anti-nonsense

what?

That's a whole lot of gibberish.

8/4/2007 1:00:12 AM

ArmandT

The rest of the board is pretty hilarious. Especially the "Maybe God put other planets there to distract the scientists." lol.

No, we understand our science well enough to argue for it in a coherent and intelligent manner. Do you?

8/4/2007 1:52:58 AM

Jim

That's wrong.

Everyone knows that the planet is 14 terabytes old!

8/4/2007 3:01:51 AM

Freboy

Even if we look past the bizarre typo, I can't see how a 15 million year old planet would confuse astronomers.

8/4/2007 3:23:13 AM

Laurel

vichycycl, if I ever have a band, I'm soooo calling it Spatula of Horses.

8/4/2007 5:59:13 AM

Deus Ex Machina

You fail.

8/4/2007 6:10:54 AM

Edgar Allen Duck

Education missed this one.

"15,000,000 years long"

Dimensional analysis fails ...

8/4/2007 6:36:35 AM

Things Fall Apart

I expect what they meant to say was 15,000,000 years YOUNG.

8/4/2007 1:35:36 PM

GigaGuess

Yet they're still pretty staunchly holding the position it's WAY older than 6000 years.

1/17/2008 5:37:45 PM

484


1/17/2008 5:47:12 PM

Ian

And you can?

3/17/2009 7:41:03 AM

mman2112

With some mucking around with unit conversions it is possible to measure mass in units of distance. Starting from kilograms, multiply by G (the gravitational constant) then divide by c2. This leaves you with your mass in meters, which will be very small (the Earth's mass is about 9 millimeters).

Just thought that was semi-related.

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