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Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
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Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
Just watching a show on Jupiter, it's magnetic field, it's moon Io VOLCANOs, and not only that it Jupiter has Aurora Borealis just like earth, but far more massive. 

More reason for me to attack the idea that our species is special. If another planet can have Auroras and another celestial object can have volcanos, then why would any human think 1 species is special to the universe?

The show is called "Space's Deepest Secrets".
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RE: Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
But Io is clearly specially design for Donald trump, his line, his cabinet and the republican Caucus in Congress to retire to live out the rest of their seconds. If that’s not evidence of fine tuning and intelligent design I don’t know what is.
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RE: Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
(July 9, 2018 at 12:38 pm)Brian37 Wrote: Just watching a show on Jupiter, it's magnetic field, it's moon Io VOLCANOs, and not only that it Jupiter has Aurora Borealis just like earth, but far more massive. 

More reason for me to attack the idea that our species is special. If another planet can have Auroras and another celestial object can have volcanos, then why would any human think 1 species is special to the universe?

The show is called "Space's Deepest Secrets".

Holy FUCKING CRAP, I now after watching this show, it makes me really angry that humans place so much value on objects you CANNOT EAT and are in reality, NOT RARE. Jupiter's gravity and storms, atmosphere and far hotter lightening, produce DIAMOND HAIL!

(July 9, 2018 at 12:48 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote: But Io is clearly specially design for Donald trump, his line, his cabinet and the republican Caucus in Congress to retire to live out the rest of their seconds.   If that’s not evidence of fine tuning and intelligent design I don’t know what is.

Hey, don't pick on Io or equate it to the orange asshat!
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RE: Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
(July 9, 2018 at 12:52 pm)Brian37 Wrote:
(July 9, 2018 at 12:38 pm)Brian37 Wrote: Just watching a show on Jupiter, it's magnetic field, it's moon Io VOLCANOs, and not only that it Jupiter has Aurora Borealis just like earth, but far more massive. 

More reason for me to attack the idea that our species is special. If another planet can have Auroras and another celestial object can have volcanos, then why would any human think 1 species is special to the universe?

The show is called "Space's Deepest Secrets".

Holy FUCKING CRAP, I now after watching this show, it makes me really angry that humans place so much value on objects you CANNOT EAT and are in reality, NOT RARE. Jupiter's gravity and storms, atmosphere and far hotter lightening, produce DIAMOND HAIL!


Think of it this way, most stars of approximately sun size conceivably end their lives as one enormous diamond 8000 miles across with a mass equal to very roughly a million earthes.

In terms of total mass, diamonds conceivably are the most ubiquitous mineral in the universe.
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RE: Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
(July 9, 2018 at 12:55 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote:
(July 9, 2018 at 12:52 pm)Brian37 Wrote: Holy FUCKING CRAP, I now after watching this show, it makes me really angry that humans place so much value on objects you CANNOT EAT and are in reality, NOT RARE. Jupiter's gravity and storms, atmosphere and far hotter lightening, produce DIAMOND HAIL!


Think of it this way, most stars of approximately sun size conceivably end their lives as one enormous diamond 8000 miles across with a mass equal to very roughly a million earthes.

In terms of total mass, diamonds conceivably are the most ubiquitous mineral in the universe.

Only to be outdone by the narcissism of one species.
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RE: Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
(July 9, 2018 at 2:16 pm)Brian37 Wrote:
(July 9, 2018 at 12:55 pm)Anomalocaris Wrote: Think of it this way, most stars of approximately sun size conceivably end their lives as one enormous diamond 8000 miles across with a mass equal to very roughly a million earthes.

In terms of total mass, diamonds conceivably are the most ubiquitous mineral in the universe.

Only to be outdone by the narcissism of one species.

How can this be, we were created by GOD!
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RE: Science Channel, Jupiter, and it's moon Io.
(July 9, 2018 at 2:31 pm)Gawdzilla Sama Wrote:
(July 9, 2018 at 2:16 pm)Brian37 Wrote: Only to be outdone by the narcissism of one species.

How can this be, we were created by GOD!

Ugggg..... The idea of anything super natural, once you accept the reality of our finite existence is not only mundane, but doesn't come close to the beauty and uniqueness our existence is. To think I am important to "all this" cheapens the only time we have as a species.
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