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The first full sunlit view of Earth taken from miles by NASA's Deep Space Climate Observatory in July

That's a good question.  I asked a few people I know about its origin and they said the Hubble or the Shuttle took it.  That would be wrong as the only way to get a pretty spiral picture of our galaxy like that is from outside it. So it kills me to say this but I have to agree with the Flatties on this one, the picture is total B.S. #Flatearth

That's a good question. I asked a few people I know about its origin and they said the Hubble or the Shuttle took it. That would be wrong as the only way to get a pretty spiral picture of our galaxy like that is from outside it.

Hmmmm

Hmmmm

Green power: Power your home with kitchen scraps? Scientists figure out how to generate electricity from decomposing food

Freedom Fighters of America: Michigan government forces farmers to destroy vast.

Ella me pidió una prueba de amor

Ella me pidió una prueba de amor

Breve diccionario del comportamiento felino

Breve diccionario del comportamiento felino

Helium balloons are pulled by gravity the same as everything else. But because it is pulled less (lighter) than the surrounding air, the air moves downward and the helium takes its place higher up. In a vacuum, helium would fall same as anything else. Once a balloon reaches an altitude where it is the same density as the surrounding air, it will quit rising. Density of gases -> http://chemistry.elmhurst.edu/vchembook/123Adensitygas.html

I'm that tinyyyyy brown dot right there. & he's the smallll yet muscular one over there.

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Spheres are well known to be very poor reflectors of light. Yet the Full Moon is fully lit from edge-to-edge.. hmmm  weird huh? #ResearchFlatEarth

You know how the moon is sometimes a crescent, and sometimes a circle? It's because of this very phenomenon. The angle the sun hits the moon changes and you can see more or less shadow depending on what part of the cycle the moon is in.