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Old 07-13-2018, 03:39 PM   #1
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Default New super telescope captures massive black hole @ center of galaxy



New super telescope captures massive black hole

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/1c47932...-captures.html

The clearest image of the center of our galaxy is thanks to South Africa’s new super telescope, MeerKAT, which will be part of the world's largest telescope when it's complete. ...

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Old 07-13-2018, 05:00 PM   #2
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New super telescope captures massive black hole

https://www.yahoo.com/news/m/1c47932...-captures.html

The clearest image of the center of our galaxy is thanks to South Africa’s new super telescope, MeerKAT, which will be part of the world's largest telescope when it's complete. ...
Wait till 2021 JWST.
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Old 07-13-2018, 05:37 PM   #3
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Old 07-13-2018, 05:49 PM   #4
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... but can it see Uranus?
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Old 07-13-2018, 08:10 PM   #6
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Looks like Kansas City to me.
Or Hawaii Kilauea at night
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Looks like Kansas City to me.
Or Paxton Lynch's football IQ
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A supermassive black hole just shot a neutrino straight at Earth from 3.7 billion light years away. It’s the first neutrino we’ve ever detected that traveled through intergalactic space.

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A supermassive black hole just shot a neutrino straight at Earth from 3.7 billion light years away. It’s the first neutrino we’ve ever detected that traveled through intergalactic space.

That sucks. I'm selling all my stocks.
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This stuff always reminds me how’s small and insignificant we are. Mankind is filled with drama and conflict, and for what? We have no control over anything. All the movies depict aliens or asteroids threatening earth. That is really best case scenario. We can get absorbed into some other universe’s event at any time. Or, hell, if anything wanted us gone just target our sun.

We need to get off this rock. We could accomplish amazing things if we evolved beyond our petty primatal differences and dogma. Natural selection stopped a little too soon with us.
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This stuff always reminds me how’s small and insignificant we are. Mankind is filled with drama and conflict, and for what? We have no control over anything. .
That sums it up.
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why does this hole even matter?
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All holes matter!
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This stuff always reminds me how’s small and insignificant we are. Mankind is filled with drama and conflict, and for what? We have no control over anything. All the movies depict aliens or asteroids threatening earth. That is really best case scenario. We can get absorbed into some other universe’s event at any time. Or, hell, if anything wanted us gone just target our sun.

We need to get off this rock. We could accomplish amazing things if we evolved beyond our petty primatal differences and dogma. Natural selection stopped a little too soon with us.
Pretty much.
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This stuff always reminds me how’s small and insignificant we are. Mankind is filled with drama and conflict, and for what? We have no control over anything. All the movies depict aliens or asteroids threatening earth. That is really best case scenario. We can get absorbed into some other universe’s event at any time. Or, hell, if anything wanted us gone just target our sun.

We need to get off this rock. We could accomplish amazing things if we evolved beyond our petty primatal differences and dogma. Natural selection stopped a little too soon with us.
We are too busy seeing whose god has a bigger dick than someone else's god.

Trends are changing but its still a couple generations away IMO outside of some crazy scientific finding/proof etc that would shake loose peoples insistence on believing what they are told to believe.
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Old 07-15-2018, 11:45 AM   #19
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This stuff always reminds me how’s small and insignificant we are. Mankind is filled with drama and conflict, and for what? We have no control over anything. All the movies depict aliens or asteroids threatening earth. That is really best case scenario. We can get absorbed into some other universe’s event at any time. Or, hell, if anything wanted us gone just target our sun.

We need to get off this rock. We could accomplish amazing things if we evolved beyond our petty primatal differences and dogma. Natural selection stopped a little too soon with us.
Yeah we can at least see a doomsday coming in the best case scenarios, and maybe put up a fight.

What if our entire observable universe is snuffed out in a microsecond by a bigger force out there in the multiverse? We would never see it coming. We know less about the universe than the ants in your backyard know about the planet.
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We are too busy seeing whose god has a bigger dick than someone else's god.

Trends are changing but its still a couple generations away IMO outside of some crazy scientific finding/proof etc that would shake loose peoples insistence on believing what they are told to believe.

Personally the science makes me more and more confident in a Creator.
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Yeah we can at least see a doomsday coming in the best case scenarios, and maybe put up a fight.

What if our entire observable universe is snuffed out in a microsecond by a bigger force out there in the multiverse? We would never see it coming. We know less about the universe than the ants in your backyard know about the planet.
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Wait till 2021 JWST.
That's if they don't delay it another 3 years again. It was supposed to launch end of this year.
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massive objects slamming into Uranus in the past would have made an excellent gay joke. Today, however, those jokes are unacceptable and tired, but I still had to point it out because I still find it hilarious.
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Personally the science makes me more and more confident in a Creator.
That is very true with me. The wonder of it all really doesn't have to go further than the makeup of the human body and how it works. Pretty amazing and delicate. All coming from a single cell organism. Tongue firmly in cheek.
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That is very true with me. The wonder of it all really doesn't have to go further than the makeup of the human body and how it works. Pretty amazing and delicate. All coming from a single cell organism. Tongue firmly in cheek.


We have been in societies for so long, we forget our origins. The human body is disgusting and fragile. We fart, burp, sneeze, ****, etc. just like everything else. We spend great effort and money on masking our smell and decay with toiletries and cosmetics. We have short lifespans. Step outside of a city and almost anything can kill us.
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