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vzzbux:
Devastatingly beautiful





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Mister Pops:
In 1994, The Schumacher-Levy comet struck Jupiter. The resulting explosion was calculated to be a few hundred times the explosive force of the Earth's entire nuclear arsenal. It sent a 300 mile an hour seismic shockwave through the entire planet. You can still see the scars today.

http://rack1.ul.cs.cmu.edu/jupiterimpact/

TordelBack:

--- Quote from: pops1983 on 21 July, 2011, 11:41:10 PM ---You'd like this, it's called Nasa's Astronomy Picture of the Day. Or Space Porn for sho

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First thing I look at when I switch on the computer in the morning.  Hugely informative if you have the time to follow the links, pretty cool even if you don't.

Richmond Clements:
Excellent! I was thinking of starting a thread like this myself!

http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/14200255

Zarjazzer:
i once studied molecular biology but they stopped me just because (a) i was a bit of a thickie and (b) I tried to make a race of super mutants so I could take over the world! Muhwahahahah!  :-[ Um,,, anyway not all science is mad but here's a page for science questions and some stock answers in the FAQ like " Why is the sky blue"? (And no its not cos of corporate conspiracies/giant lizards so bang goes my pet theory) ;)

http://www.madsci.org/

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