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#3
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.
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#4
Quote by StratoCatser
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.

Got some bad news for you son, pluto isn't a 'proper' planet anymore.

I knew them all, not counting the dwarf planets. I had help though, from a man called gustav holst.
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#5
Quote by StratoCatser
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.

Pluto isn't a planet ******
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*lolstack*

I had to do that instead of a real lolstack, because the number of lols would exceed the image limit. But dear god


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Well he's not a bad teacher, it just seems like he really doesn't know an awful lot about what he's teaching...
#8
I know all the ones discovered so far.
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Quote by TheIntruder
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There we go, now we're up to date.

Although it ends with quite the cliffhanger...
#10
Looks right. Of course what is and isn't a "planet" is debatable.

There is a lot more mass in this solar system then what is on your artist depiction of what is a much grander sight.
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#11
Quote by DeathByDestroyr
Looks right. Of course what is and isn't a "planet" is debatable.

There is a lot more mass in this solar system then what is on your artist depiction of what is a much grander sight.

Not really, almost 99% of the mass in the solar system is in the sun...

A large majority of that last 1% is in Jupiter, too.
#12
Quote by Dirge Humani
Not really, almost 99% of the mass in the solar system is in the sun...

A large majority of that last 1% is in Jennifer Lopez's ass!


FIXED FOR 10 YEARS AGO WHEN SHE WAS STILL RELEVANT.
#13
Here's a philosoraptor question for you: Should we change Pluto's status as a planet, or should we change the definition of planet to include Pluto?
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#14
Quote by Dirge Humani
Not really, almost 99% of the mass in the solar system is in the sun...

A large majority of that last 1% is in Jupiter, too.

LOL fair enough. What I was trying to say is that there are all sorts of rocks floating around, many of which have a, actually pretty large, role in our lives (like a colossal asteroid, maybe)
"If you're looking for me,
you better check under the sea,
because that's where you'll find me..."
#15
Of course I do. I thought it was common knowledge?


I don't know all the dwarf planets (I knew Pluto, Eris, and Ceres), but those aren't as important, and I wouldn't expect everyone to know them.
#17
I'm surprised there are people who still think Pluto is classified as a true planet, tbh.

Quote by rgrockr
Here's a philosoraptor question for you: Should we change Pluto's status as a planet, or should we change the definition of planet to include Pluto?


That would likely fuck other shit up, so no.
#18
My teacher said the Pluto is a dwarf planet, but it's still considered a planet.
Quote by Primus2112

*lolstack*

I had to do that instead of a real lolstack, because the number of lols would exceed the image limit. But dear god


Quote by Burgery
Well he's not a bad teacher, it just seems like he really doesn't know an awful lot about what he's teaching...
#20
Quote by rgrockr
Here's a philosoraptor question for you: Should we change Pluto's status as a planet, or should we change the definition of planet to include Pluto?

If we do the latter then we would have to include some other objects that are in the solar system as planets
#21
Quote by Masamune
If we do the latter then we would have to include some other objects that are in the solar system as planets

And the lasting effects of that would be...
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#23
Epsilon 7, Camar, Triunda, Capri, Omicron Perseai 13, and the ranging minor planets.

My solar system has over 500 different moon's surrounding our major gas giants and over 50 moons harbor sentient life.
Most of the important things


in the world have been accomplished


by people who have kept on


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#24
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#25
Quote by rgrockr
And the lasting effects of that would be...


Undermining the preservation of a classification system's integrity? Doing it once may not hurt, but I certainly wouldn't make a habit of it. Keeps shit organized.
#26
Mercury, Venus, Earth, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, Pluto.

I swear to God, If you fix Pluto, Im'a bust a cap in yo ass.
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Condoms, for all the copious amounts of pussy with which you will be inevitably bombarded from this moment onward.


#30
Quote by GogglesVK



*Busts cap in ass*

A cry stack for dear Pluto:




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Condoms, for all the copious amounts of pussy with which you will be inevitably bombarded from this moment onward.


#31
Quote by Deadlock Riff
so is mine,

2 + 2 doesn't equal 4 anymore.


Would that happen to be a 1984 reference?
#32
so alpha centauri ehh?
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#34
Quote by The Spoon
Pluto will always be a planet in my heart


+1

I went to Pluto once...though it was weird when I stepped out of the TARDIS.
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#35
Quote by The Spoon
Pluto will always be a planet in my heart

This.

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#36
By definition, Pluto is a planet. To me, making it a dwarf planet was stupid, or I'm just stupid. Probably the latter.
#37
Quote by The Spoon
Pluto will always be a planet in my heart


+ 5,913,520,000, the rough number of lightyears Pluto is from the sun.
#38
Don't worry, Pluto, you'll always be a planet to me.

EDIT:
Quote by The Spoon
Pluto will always be a planet in my heart

and other people too.
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#39
Quote by TomusAM
+ 5,913,520,000, the rough number of lightyears Pluto is from the sun.


wat

#40
Pluto is still a planet. End of story.
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