*~A Tiny Glimpse~*
Created on: September 13th, 2006
*~A Tiny Glimpse~*
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September 13th, 2006
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2 votes in 10 minutes. Why do I submit at 5am again? lol
March 27th, 2007
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5,401 votes in 6 months
July 1st, 2007
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Brav! etta var frbrt.
December 1st, 2007
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5,608 votes in [look at when i posted this comment and compare it to when this site was originally made]
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5,668 votes in whatever. Hi Keaton. What'd you get for Christmas?
April 21st, 2008
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lol
March 6th, 2009
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music is werd.
September 13th, 2006
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^ Lol, yes its immense
September 13th, 2006
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Everytime I think of the universe my head hurts :( It's too big for any mind to comprehend.
October 20th, 2007
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One advantage of being a Nerd is that when you see this kind of stuff, you just wonder what Han and Chewie are doin right now.
September 13th, 2006
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thats awesome
September 13th, 2006
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Pictures look a little strange at 1024x768 in FireFox... Starts after "13 Billion Light Years." I can still read it, it's just odd.
September 13th, 2006
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Nothing new tough. Did you ever wonder why every culture in the world had thousand of years ago the swastika as symbole? Because it symbolizes the galaxy, if you look closely. Thats the Roots of all cultures from the beginning. But enough of conspiracy theories ;) Good ytmnd 5'd
September 13th, 2006
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Seems to look fine in firefox for me. If anyone else has the same problem let me know.
September 13th, 2006
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has been made already
September 13th, 2006
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Has it? Crap, I hope not...
September 13th, 2006
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I only get A TINY GLIMPSE of the text at the top of the page...
September 13th, 2006
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You got the idea for this from boreme.com, surely! They recently put up a similar video
September 13th, 2006
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Actually, I stumbled across this image on Digg about 6 months ago, and it's been my wallpaper ever since. Ive been meaning to make this for a while now, when I saw that Size of Our World YTMND it reminded me.
September 13th, 2006
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thats pretty siq.
September 13th, 2006
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Yeah. I think we all knew this, but have'nt had anything tell us it yet. We've all seen the photos, but not the numbers.
September 13th, 2006
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I went on a camping trip recently, way out away from the city lights....you could see so many stars it was amazing. When you think that all the spaces BETWEEN the stars contains THIS....it blows your mind.
September 13th, 2006
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Great stuff! Keep up the good work.
September 13th, 2006
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Astronomy rulez! No but 4real, good job.
September 13th, 2006
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congrats on the music choice
September 13th, 2006
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It would take Picard's lol, enterprise at warp 9.6 over 1000 years just to reach The Andromeda Galaxy. Even Sci-fi is pathetic compared to the real universe.
September 13th, 2006
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Holy shi
September 13th, 2006
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yeah this has been done a little differently, you made this site work though so a solid 4!
September 13th, 2006
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lol 4 month exposure time... daang hubble needs to take more and more photos like that, amazing.
September 13th, 2006
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Sadly, Hubble will burn up in the Earth's atmosphere in 2011.
September 13th, 2006
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Very interesting. Good job.
September 13th, 2006
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Holy crap!
September 13th, 2006
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4'd your information, I now feel quite insignificant.
September 13th, 2006
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astronamy gives me such a hard on
September 13th, 2006
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Learning is fun!
September 13th, 2006
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Anyone recognize this song from Coast to Coast AM with Art Bell??
April 19th, 2007
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No, but I recognize this song from Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, on Flashback FM. All the music on that station is by Giorgio Moroder. That's not a bad thing, but in Grand Theft Auto III, all the music was from the Scarface soundtrack. PUSH IT TO THE LIMIT.
September 13th, 2006
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omfg lol grab a snickers for the 10.
September 13th, 2006
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I like this
September 13th, 2006
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Firefox is better than IE at everything except YTMND.
September 13th, 2006
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weee! yeah, i was in astronomy class when this came out. made me depressed :D
September 13th, 2006
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works fine in firefox for me. 5'd for vastness of universe.
September 13th, 2006
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IE auto-resizes images (A feature I disable). It's not Better at displaying this stuff, you just don't know what the hell is up. Turn up your desktop resolution to something more... modern.
September 13th, 2006
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Oh.. and uh... "There ain't no aliens".... right...
September 13th, 2006
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We are so small....if our planet ceased to exist, who would care? not a soul in the universe....LOL. love it man. you never cease to live up to my expectations as a ytmnd observer/judge.
September 13th, 2006
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ohh drroooool oranges... juicy goodnesss
September 13th, 2006
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Hard to imagine that there ISNT life somewhere else in the Universe, probably in our own Galaxy. However, we will likely never know due to the ridiculous distances. I bet it will be another 1000 years before we reach another solar system.
July 18th, 2007
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I AM FROM GLIESE 581 C YOU *SSH*LE
September 13th, 2006
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wow, win for science!
September 13th, 2006
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That's such an amazing picture it deserves a 5 just for the url in the description, but the facts make this a lot of fun.
September 13th, 2006
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Also, if we could get an ultra-powerful telescope on the far end of the universe in the distant future, we might be able to zoom in on earth to view scenes from the past. This is because the light takes so many years to reach the far ends of universe that it could be light from thousands or millions of years ago.
April 7th, 2007
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but thats no better than just taking a picture from a satellite in earths orbit and wating a few years. Plus, then it has to be sent back via radio communication and since radio waves travel the speed of light it would be gay as sh*t . but cool concept
September 13th, 2006
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So there could be life-forms viewing earth right now, but only seeing early earth (volcanoes and such) and therefore assuming there's no life forms here yet.
September 13th, 2006
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but probably not.
September 13th, 2006
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Great music.
September 13th, 2006
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oh, and congrats smoothmedia for anoter winner YTMND
September 13th, 2006
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You never know, roq, you never know.
September 13th, 2006
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Our lives are truely meaningless in any reasonable sense of the word.
September 13th, 2006
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Sweet! You make my space nerd heart warm and supple.
September 13th, 2006
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grab a snickers... damn, this makes me feel like calling in "insignifigant" to work today
September 13th, 2006
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Win.
September 13th, 2006
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the far reaches of space FTW!!!
September 13th, 2006
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Thankfully someone with talent made this, otherwise it could've been painful. Kudos to you for not sucking and also for reminding me of how much real estate I own. Those big galaxies are going to sell for a fortune. As soon as someone figures out how to bend space-time.
September 13th, 2006
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Also, if you like making people who have never taken a science class feel dumb, you could do one on special relativity and TIME TRAVEL, although people would probably just say that you were joking...
September 13th, 2006
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yeah so jimmy neutron was right. moving on...
September 13th, 2006
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and roc, i dont think that would work, that defy's physics. If you were to go that far in space, then by the time you looked back you would be looking back at the time that you had pretty much left at...therefore you wouldn't be able to see the past, unless there were means by which we could travel that far in such a small matter of time. Who knows if that will ever happen though.
September 13th, 2006
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Pretty sweet.
September 13th, 2006
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Effing awesome. Some of the later slides i cant see the top text. Maybe thats just my browswer tho..
September 13th, 2006
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Neat, made me feel small and look is up on wikipedia. Keep up the cool sites.
September 13th, 2006
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f*cking craaaaaaaaaazy
September 13th, 2006
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wow we just saw this picture in astronomy the other day, i have a quiz this morning
September 13th, 2006
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good but fix image so all the text is readable
September 13th, 2006
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anybody who believes we're alone in the universe is an ignorant f*ck
September 13th, 2006
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now apply M-theory and everything gets that much smaller =)
September 13th, 2006
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Holy f*cking sh*t!! What a mind-blowing find!
September 13th, 2006
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Is there a page with all this information on wikipedia? Can't find it.
September 13th, 2006
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I was all "deep field" on this, and it was! nice.
September 13th, 2006
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This was a huge spoonful of yummy awesomeness. Unfortunately will I ever live enough to explore space? Probably not. :(
September 13th, 2006
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The opening picture with the comparsion of VV CEPHEI and the other stars, where can i find that? I did find a couple of similar pictures featuring our solarsystem up to Antares but i cant find the other pictures in that series.
September 13th, 2006
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surprised and kinda disappointed we haven't re-entered the "existence of god" debate here... 'cause this is a perfect place to pull out my devastating "Just a coincidence ? You just have no sense of scale" argument.
September 13th, 2006
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yep... now i feel insignificant
September 13th, 2006
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This reminds me of that animaniacs song about how utterly tiny and insignificant we are compared to the universe.
September 13th, 2006
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lol, astronomy
September 13th, 2006
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That was one of the coolest things I have ver seen.
September 13th, 2006
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nicely done.
September 13th, 2006
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lol, grab a snickers
September 13th, 2006
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Awesome site... and yes, now that you mention it I do recognize the Coast to Coast music. Now all I need is an appearance by Richard Hoagland to feel complete.
September 13th, 2006
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OMG Universe is big, lol! OMG my testicles fell down!
September 13th, 2006
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lol grab a snickers.
September 13th, 2006
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HOLY F*CK!!!
September 13th, 2006
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I love it. You should check out "Cosmic Voyage," which is an imax film that also demonstrates how huge the universe is. Plus, it's got Morgan Freeman (lol).
September 13th, 2006
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lol, hubble deep field XD
September 13th, 2006
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My head hurts.
September 13th, 2006
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AMAZING! I love it.
September 13th, 2006
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It'll get a five if I get to see it while I'm high.
September 13th, 2006
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September 13th, 2006
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i love you
September 13th, 2006
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That's awesome. I was still expecting NEDM when it said, "Here's what it saw".
September 13th, 2006
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I feel so, insignifigant :( The unfunnny truth about how meaningless we all are!?!
September 13th, 2006
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The universe is always an amzing thing to research. I once got to look at the Andromeda galaxy through an observatory telescope and I was immediately tripped out. Xenu, we await your return (lol)
September 13th, 2006
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roq: in order to view images from that long ago, the telescope would have to be traveling many times the speed of light, and probably be a retarded distance away to catch light from that long ago. If you wanted to see an image from yesterday, imagine how far that light traveled in 24 hours, thats where the telescope would have to be.
September 13th, 2006
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We had better find some f*cking aliens out there.
September 13th, 2006
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I waited for funny... and it never came... you make me sad
September 13th, 2006
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Also, the facts presented here make you think. But they go by so quickly; you don't have time to think about them fully. These are huge concepts. Slow it down.
September 13th, 2006
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thats why its awesome to be a space sciences major
September 13th, 2006
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this proves that there is a god!
September 13th, 2006
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I want to believe
September 13th, 2006
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lol u forgot 2 mention that teh univrese is 5000 yrs old duh.
September 13th, 2006
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5'd for giorgio moroder
September 13th, 2006
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sorry man, this was done a couple weeks ago :/
September 13th, 2006
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is that real?
September 13th, 2006
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Good job and I hope this ends up referenced in someone's astronomy report, which will probably end up as another "I got an A thanks to YTMND!" page.
September 13th, 2006
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so if aliens left thier hoem planet like 10 billion years ago they'd be getting here now.. unless theyre dead on teh ship :[
September 13th, 2006
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Cool beans.
September 13th, 2006
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no it does not make me feel small, my penis is still represented by a pixel in there somewhere, AT SOME RESOLUTION!!!!
September 13th, 2006
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Very cool, awesome music too
September 13th, 2006
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And I have never had a firefox problem with YTMND.
September 13th, 2006
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Ahoy Life!?
September 13th, 2006
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also, looking at the image blew my mind
September 13th, 2006
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So, that's one tiny square. How many of those tiny squares fit into the spherical shell that is the sky viewable from Earth's surface?
September 13th, 2006
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Chuck Norris could roundhouse kick someone there in 2.4323333(repeating of course) minutes
September 13th, 2006
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Also, do they not teach astronomy in school these days? It's like everyone suddenly took the blue pill.
September 13th, 2006
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yeah? how many? calling all nerds with a calculator.
September 13th, 2006
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Congratulations, kind sir. You just won a portion of teh intrawebs (which is so large it shouldn't technically exist according to current physics theories) a tenth of the size of teh moon. lol, grab a snickers.
September 13th, 2006
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Holy... F*cking... Sh*t... race ya?
September 13th, 2006
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"Almusic wrote: no it does not make me feel small, my penis is still represented by a pixel in there somewhere, AT SOME RESOLUTION!!!!" ------- ROFL YEAH
September 13th, 2006
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total mindf*ck ftw.
September 13th, 2006
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smoothmedia, will you marry me?
September 13th, 2006
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5 cuz i wasn';t aware of that picture, thanks!
September 13th, 2006
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People who think the universe is 6,000 years old can not be reasoned with. Please stop wasting your time. They rationalize away all scientific proof with some ridiculous explanation that fits their outdated perceptions. I've had people tell me that dinosaur bones were either put there by teh devil to make us doubt, or they were left over from another planet that god used as spare parts when he made this one. Seriously.
September 13th, 2006
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gasp
September 13th, 2006
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cool
September 13th, 2006
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lol scale
September 13th, 2006
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More powerpoint presentations?
September 13th, 2006
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amazing
September 13th, 2006
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5'd for showing me more cool sh*t.
September 13th, 2006
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5 for music and crazy space facts.
September 13th, 2006
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Pretty sure I saw this a few weeks ago? Resubmit?
September 13th, 2006
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Older than my mom :( Discovery Channel special on super massive black holes > you.
September 13th, 2006
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galaxies are as big as my dick!
September 13th, 2006
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P.S. Your anti-Co$ sites make you Hall of Fame in life.
September 13th, 2006
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Smoothmedia strikes gold again.
September 13th, 2006
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I just got a hardon...must-grab-SNICKERS
September 13th, 2006
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Voyager 2 is on it's way! ;] http://voyager2.ytmnd.com/
September 13th, 2006
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gud!
September 13th, 2006
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WTF? Where all teh aliens at then?
September 13th, 2006
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interesting
September 13th, 2006
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"Older than my mom :( Discovery Channel special on super massive black holes > you." This isn't about "super massive black holes" you tard. Did you even watch this?
September 13th, 2006
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I'm afraid.
September 13th, 2006
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I should have known, a good f*ggy short film = S/M. Oooo your name looks really dirty like that.
September 13th, 2006
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ftw
September 13th, 2006
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+GTA:VC
September 13th, 2006
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...hole...eee....shnikes!!!
September 13th, 2006
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*LCS lol, awesome none of the less
September 13th, 2006
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wow, headache
September 13th, 2006
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Like a better version of one I made, well done mate.
September 13th, 2006
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I don't know why, but I like this. Maybe it's the music. Maybe it's b/c it's well done. Either way, kudos.
September 13th, 2006
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Well for some reason it's not taking my vote... fwiw I gave you 5/5
September 13th, 2006
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5 for you...
September 13th, 2006
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was was waiting for NEDM... it never came.. thankfully
September 13th, 2006
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word
September 13th, 2006
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I am so glad somebody else appreciates Giorgio Moroder besides me.
September 13th, 2006
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September 13th, 2006
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5'd
September 13th, 2006
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HUDF is my desktop background for years now.
September 13th, 2006
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Science!
September 13th, 2006
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This would be awesome, but just adjust it so the text on the top doesn't get cut out.
September 13th, 2006
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Now you're Top Rated... here come the downvoters.
September 13th, 2006
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It'd be terribly selfish to believe that we're the only planet in all of that with intelligent life.
September 13th, 2006
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Dang =D
September 13th, 2006
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F*cking huge... theres gotta be other life forms out there...
September 13th, 2006
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LOL SCIENCE
September 13th, 2006
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Funny, I wondering how long it would take to get there in the star trek universe and then you answered it for me. Thank you.
September 13th, 2006
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lrn2F11, very nice!
September 13th, 2006
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excellent one - but YTMND makes you paranoid - I expected NEDM or Horsedicks to pop out of nowhere every second >
September 13th, 2006
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I was expecting poland, but this works too.
September 13th, 2006
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i cant even read the text at the top
September 13th, 2006
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where's the humor? And please tell us something we don't know already.
September 13th, 2006
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smoothmedia you suck dick.
September 13th, 2006
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Short film. And Ive seen that image before. Nothing new.
September 13th, 2006
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uber
September 13th, 2006
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hot
September 13th, 2006
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lol snickers
September 13th, 2006
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WOW very interesting
September 13th, 2006
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Good job.
September 13th, 2006
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UR blinding me with science
September 13th, 2006
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I knew this already, but it's still mind blowing when you think about it. 5'd for "lol grab a snickers"
September 13th, 2006
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i love space.
September 13th, 2006
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i'm sorry, i cant support this. its a nice little presentation but this is so old to me, soo old, and i think its actually been on YTMND before as well... is this stuff really such a surprise to you guys?
September 13th, 2006
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My god, it's full of stars...
September 13th, 2006
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epic
September 13th, 2006
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GASP!!! I'm so tiny
September 13th, 2006
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totally awesome. I recognized the music from coast to coast. But art bell doesn't host it much anymore.
September 13th, 2006
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September 13th, 2006
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I wish we knew more about the universe.
September 13th, 2006
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nicely done, though it's a little fast, can ya slow it down some? huirts my wittle brain.
September 13th, 2006
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Good, but not deserving of the Top 5.
September 13th, 2006
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dope
September 13th, 2006
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Nothing new here, but I love astronomy, so here is a 5.
September 13th, 2006
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lol, grab a snickers.
September 13th, 2006
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Mentioning Star Trek really puts this into persprective.
September 13th, 2006
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5 just for Art Bell's bumper music.
September 13th, 2006
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Yeah I agree it seems impossible for humans to record our own past. The only possibility is if aliens (who are already on the other side of universe) are recording the events on earth somehow. Would be a nice find since the recordings could prove evolution and many other things.
September 13th, 2006
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I like to learn!
September 13th, 2006
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I am astonished by astronomy and this is purely awesome. 5'd for the awesomeness and also for the kickass music.
September 13th, 2006
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-1 for snickers +1 for star trek +1 for making people feel small +1 for space +1 for subject being interesting +1 for knowledge fav for later return
September 13th, 2006
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I mean, humans are already viewing images much, much further than actual humans will be able to travel for a very long time. So it would seem that other forms of life may perhaps have the technology to see us, but not yet the tech. to actually communicate or travel here.
September 13th, 2006
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This is the kind of smoothmedia YTMND that I know and love.
September 13th, 2006
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no humor, no creativity, we already knew this.... why is this the highest rated now? overrated??.... nah. LOL.
September 13th, 2006
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Very very good, just not top 5 good in my opinion.
September 13th, 2006
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Educational YTMND's FTW!
September 13th, 2006
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◄"The heavens declare the glory of God." Thanks Smooth!►
May 30th, 2007
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^^^ A f*cking total retard. Future Ed Gein?
September 13th, 2006
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lol big bang
September 13th, 2006
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Coast to Coast AM music = win
September 13th, 2006
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Nerdery is afoot!
September 13th, 2006
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Excellent use of music.
September 13th, 2006
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hella tight
September 13th, 2006
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Very smooth. Hey so if you're into this sort of thing you should check out the "Millenium Simulation" by the Virgo Constortium. It's a simulated model used to predict the "shape" of the universe (as we know it) the links are too long to put in one comment so I'll PM you.
September 13th, 2006
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Space really f*cks your world prespective
September 13th, 2006
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win
September 13th, 2006
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September 13th, 2006
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For the most part it's OK, but it moves a LITTLE bit too fast for slow readers like me (the first frame especially, then some of the last few as well).
September 13th, 2006
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to roq: evolution can be proved on earth, there are mountains of evidence to support it and more is mounting every day especially with the completion of the genome project... not to mention that, of the things that we could use a catalogue of human history for, proving evolution would be way down on the list. Besides, we're just one of... who knows how many. Heliocentricity is the worst of human flaws.
September 13th, 2006
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Makes me wonder how I passed Astronomy without learning this.
September 13th, 2006
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Midnight Express FTW. Old School Art FTW. Clear Channel FTL. Nice stuff...saw most of it poking around on Wiki after all the Pluto ytmnd's. We truly know...abolutely nothing.
September 13th, 2006
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hosh*tson
September 13th, 2006
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Also, to answer MasterSitsu... this is new to most of these people. I think some people were surprised to see a picture of earth from space for the first time, let alone the rest. What about the theories that the outer bounds of space don't go on to infiniti but loop back in on themselves... so if you go in a straight line you end up back where you were... Or if you looked far enough you can see Earth xbillion years ago (theoretical and, as such, no actual measurement)... I bet that's all new too. Urine is sterile. You can drink it.
September 13th, 2006
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This is worth every star I've given it.
September 13th, 2006
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"I mean, humans are already viewing images much, much further than actual humans will be able to travel for a very long time. So it would seem that other forms of life may perhaps have the technology to see us, but not yet the tech. to actually communicate or travel here." Wow, i never thought of that, really cool.
September 13th, 2006
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my god... to think that that view of other galaxies is already so old! Well done, my friend, well done.
September 13th, 2006
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thats crazy
September 13th, 2006
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Smoothmedia: Please stop kicking so much ass. Its hard to keep up.
September 13th, 2006
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I'm surprised this isn't hentai 5 for being different
September 13th, 2006
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this has 2288.3 stars so far, only infinity to go!
September 13th, 2006
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I love you. ^_^ I bet that the Trekkies are going to be PISSED!
September 13th, 2006
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Awesome.
September 13th, 2006
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OH MY F*CKING GOD I AM FREAKING OUT
September 13th, 2006
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September 13th, 2006
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yay
September 13th, 2006
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whoever says that there's no life out there needs to get their balls smashed with a pipe wrench. A PIPE WRENCH!
September 13th, 2006
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It's funny...we could be discovering/categorizing/colonizing entire solar systems every day and still not run out of them for billions upon billions of years. One always wonders though....do galaxies go on *forever*? What's at the edge of everything? What happens when you go past every galaxy there is and reach "the end?" Is there some huge black hole wall or something? Is it just empty space? What?
September 13th, 2006
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Also, call me a conspiracy theorist but with that many planets, the chances of at least one, somewhere, not having some type of life is amazingly small. I wouldn't be surprised if there were literally hundreds of planets, maybe thousands or more, with as much or more life than Earth's, possibly more advanced even. Maybe there are even other planets with humans on them much like ourselves?
September 13th, 2006
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Scary and awesome.
September 13th, 2006
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Wow, amazing
September 13th, 2006
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:O :O :O wow i feel small ;_:
September 13th, 2006
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This picture is quite old and i have been familiar with it since its release, so old I can't give you any credit for your simplistic ytmnd basd on it - Which completely does not deserve to be top rated of all ytmnd. 2 for cleanliness and effort.
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