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shocksyde

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A spoonful of matter .0000000000000000000000000000001 seconds after the big bang weighed something around 200 million million pounds. Chew on THAT taffy. (My numbers are probably off, but it's some insane number. Astronomical, even.)
 

Jeff7

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Originally posted by: shocksyde
A spoonful of matter .0000000000000000000000000000001 seconds after the big bang weighed something around 200 million million pounds. Chew on THAT taffy. (My numbers are probably off, but it's some insane number. Astronomical, even.)
Yeah, you're probably several orders of magnitude off. That's probably closer to the density of a neutron or quark star.
 

Jhill

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Enjoy HELL op.

I hope you like warm places.

Is that what you are waiting for oldsmoboat?
 

NanoStuff

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Originally posted by: Jhill
Enjoy HELL op.

I hope you like warm places.
This god sounds like a real asshat. He loves you, but he will torture you for all eternity if you don't praise his lunatic ideas.

I'll take my chances with hell. The devil has a much better track record.
 

runzwithsizorz

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Originally posted by: Captain Howdy
Originally posted by: her209
How do I know you guys aren't just programs on a mainframe responding to my posts?
Why would someone go through the trouble of coding sentient posters, and then unleash it on such terrible forum software? :p
"Because of YOU!! mister Anderson"
 

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