Discussion in 'Mayberry Lounge' started by JosephDredd, Oct 12, 2017.
For the rest of us though this is gay and stupid. Science can suck my BBC.
There's no type of leg that's going to make that look not lumpy and not trashy.
Pls don't defend his kneejerk scientific illiteracy. He was just talking shit
All I know is, I'm Star Trek TNG, episode Starship Mine, they were sweeping the baryon particles accumulated in the Enterprise. So they must have theorized about them a long time ago since they were included in Star Trek.
Yeah she's pretty nasty looking in my opinion. South Park had a very apt description of her that I found hilarious. It's kind of crazy how much she's changed from what she used to look like.
Oooooooooooooo a know
The day science brings you a sucking device you'll thank science
That's some good poncing about
This thread seems like a pretty decent place to tag @Scyther
Anybody tag @Scyther yet?
I'm gonna go ahead and tag @Scyther
Who ya gonna tag?
They look so soft
I gather y'all didn't read the article. You're misunderstanding. They found missing normal matter that was known to exist but had not been detected. Dark matter is still a thing and not the subject of this article or the discovery.
""The missing links between galaxies have finally been found. This is the first detection of the roughly half of the normal matter in our universe – protons, neutrons and electrons – unaccounted for by previous observations of stars, galaxies and other bright objects in space.
You have probably heard about the hunt for dark matter, a mysterious substance thought to permeate the universe, the effects of which we can see through its gravitational pull. But our models of the universe also say there should be about twice as much ordinary matter out there, compared with what we have observed so far."
By the way, I'm a big fan of New Scientist. Good find.
Read the article, if you can, and come back and explain this in the context of this particular discovery, if you can. I'll wait.
God already gave us wimminz
Inferior sucking device.
The kind that won't pretend "everything's fine, just fine!" is best
The fact is most people don't even know what the terms used in the article means. People just take these scientists word for it because they have been taught that the scientists have figured it all out and know the truth. The idea that people just believe the scientists found missing matter here or there without any actual proof or evidence to read just shows how gullible we've all become.
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