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Early Cuyler
DO NOT TOUCH THE TRIM !!!!!
12:03 PM on 07/12/2012
does not say, but if this "new Moon" is like mars two "moons" THEY ain't moons, moons are nice and round, NOT just a piece of junk hung up in orbit............back to my party liquor
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TYRANNASAURUS
UGH!....people taste like crap!
12:16 PM on 07/12/2012
Maybe you should lay off the LIQUOR?
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Rebekkah Anne
Be real. Be you.
02:11 PM on 07/12/2012
You obviously know very little about astronomy.
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Early Cuyler
DO NOT TOUCH THE TRIM !!!!!
05:56 PM on 07/14/2012
know more then a women
c0astalgreens
Your soul needs faith, bread alone won't do.
11:38 AM on 07/12/2012
No ! It is impossible ! Science already decided that Pluto is not a planet. So, how can Pluto has so many moons if it is not a planet ? Go Figure ! To reconcile all these baloneys, I suspect the next news coming from science would be that Pluto is a moon orbiting planet Charon, lol.

Your soul is a lot safer if you trust more on GOD than science's baloneys. 8)
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Homercles
Does anyone ever get this right?
12:50 PM on 07/12/2012
Large asteroids can have natural satellites.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Minor-planet_moon

What's baloney?
12:31 AM on 07/14/2012
Large asteroids are not spherical because they are not shaped by their own gravity. Pluto IS spherical and therefore no asteroid.
c0astalgreens
Your soul needs faith, bread alone won't do.
01:20 PM on 07/15/2012
"Large asteroids can have natural satellites...What's baloney?" - Homercles
 
One example of baloney is what you are posting, trying to make Pluto as an asteroid.  
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Stanley Seay
Beware of Dogma
12:51 PM on 07/12/2012
Sigh... ok, so science didn't decide that Pluto isn't a planet, a majority vote among scientist did that. Technically, Pluto is now classified as a Dwarf Planet. Pluto is in the Kuiper Belt, and if it were to be counted as a planet then we would be forced to add many more planets to our list due to other objects in the Belt that would also classify as planets. Pluto isn't even the largest object in the Belt, so it makes since to create the sub-classification.

Souls? Gods? Please. Your mythology is powerless to provide even one single shred of proof. And yet, you would dismiss science as baloney when it rules your every single waking and sleeping moment. So, until you decide to remove yourself completely from all aspects of science, don't throw your superstitious nonsense into scientific discussions.

After all, we're talking about facts here, not some magical voodoo-hoodoo.
12:35 AM on 07/14/2012
Not a majority, a minority of four percent of the IAU made the decision. And they distorted the term dwarf planet, which was created by Dr. Alan Stern to designate a third class of planets, small planets large enough to be rounded by their own gravity but not large enough to gravitationally dominate their orbits. He never intended for dwarf planets to not be considered planets at all. And so what if we have to count additional objects as planets? The only ones that we have to count are the largest ones, those that are spherical. The notion that we cannot have too many planets has no scientific basis whatsoever. If our solar system has 50 or 100 planets, then that is what it has. Also, Pluto IS the largest object in the Kuiper Belt. Eris was originally thought to be larger than Pluto, but in November 2010, astronomers were able to measure it more accurately and found it is marginally smaller than Pluto. Since both are rounded by their own gravity and orbit the Sun, both are small planets.
c0astalgreens
Your soul needs faith, bread alone won't do.
01:45 PM on 07/15/2012
"After all, we're talking about facts here, not some magical voodoo-hoodoo. " - Stanleay Seay
 
If your facts keep changing, then it is not a fact but voodoo-hoodoo(your word). 8) By the way, GOD is not a magician. You only think it is magic because you do not know how to do it.
 
"Pluto is in the Kuiper Belt, and if it were to be counted as a planet then we would be forced to add many more planets to our list due to other objects in the Belt that would also classify as planets." - Stanleay Seay
 
That is pure discrimination. Just because Pluto is in the Kuiper Belt, does not disqualify it as a planet. You are like saying, "just because you are gay, you are not anymore entitled to be happy", lol 8)
 
 
 
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Opus Fideo
Atheist. Social Democrat. Canadian.
11:24 AM on 07/12/2012
5 moons, still not a planet.

Sounds like that meme of the unlucky kid with the braces
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onionboy
Blessed are the Cheese Makers
11:36 AM on 07/12/2012
Garage band...5 Moons & Not A Planet.
11:13 AM on 07/12/2012
Pluto...a planet...always will be a planet in my eyes...Because you can't have "My Very Energetic Mother Just Served Us Nine...." with out the PIZZAS!!! Come on! =P
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onionboy
Blessed are the Cheese Makers
11:37 AM on 07/12/2012
My Very Energetic Mother Just Served Us Naan.

In honor of Bose.
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02:25 AM on 07/14/2012
Pizza better.
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jonny dipstick
10:53 AM on 07/12/2012
Does that moon have hot aliens!? I hope so! I hope so so hard!
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02:25 AM on 07/14/2012
Cold,cold,cold ones.
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jonny dipstick
08:58 AM on 07/16/2012
cold blooded? I can deal with that.
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mr e vader
Schrodinger's LOLCat
10:38 AM on 07/12/2012
Just another publicity stunt by Pluto to try and get it's job back... ;-)
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Misanthropy
It's a samsquamch!
10:06 AM on 07/12/2012
Dwarves are planets too!
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J0E1
Don't blame me, I'm not a republicrat.
09:56 AM on 07/12/2012
Pluto IS a planet and no one can convince me otherwise.
10:05 AM on 07/12/2012
It's just a label, it does not mean anything.
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ythri
11:23 AM on 07/12/2012
Because science is all about stubbornly holding on to what you were taught.
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J0E1
Don't blame me, I'm not a republicrat.
11:37 AM on 07/12/2012
First off, it was a joke.  Secondly, it's not as if I refuse to believe the earth is round because I was taught it was flat.  I was simply arguing against the reclassification of a "planet" due to a new take on the definition of the term "planet" itself.
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mtnestr
08:45 AM on 07/12/2012
Since Pluto is no longer regarded as a planet, is this new satellite (or any of the others) still classified as a moon? Just asking.
Geeze, I have no life!!
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NunyaBus99
10:14 AM on 07/12/2012
perhaps dwarf moons?
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DXM
An extreme moderate
11:35 AM on 07/12/2012
Sure its a moon (or mor precisely a "natural satellite". There are over 200 moons known to be orbiting asteroids and other minor bodies in our solar system.