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(MSNBC)   Those giant space bubbles around the Earth have finally been mapped. We can all exhale now   ( divider line
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2007-10-24 12:38:40 AM  
FTFA: Convection cells exist high above Earth's polar caps and are made of plasma, which is electron-stripped gas that is highly erratic. Earth's magnetosphere and atmosphere shelter the planet from high-energy solar particles, but the protective shells form an incomplete cocoon - so some of the radiation leaks in, is trapped and forms convection cells.


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2007-10-24 05:59:15 AM  
Give us a few minutes to lock it down. Large leak... very dangerous...
2007-10-24 05:59:27 AM  
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2007-10-24 06:31:55 AM  
Isn't Earth a giant space bubble? What with the atmosphere and all...
2007-10-24 09:37:31 AM  
Wanted for questioning:

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/damn sure better not be obscure
2007-10-24 10:15:10 AM  
2007-10-24 10:52:35 AM  
Those giant space bubbles around the Earth have finally been mapped. We can all exhale now.

Thanks. I was waiting to exhale.
2007-10-24 12:33:24 PM  
Its Mega Maid. She's gone from suck to blow!!!
2007-10-24 05:22:03 PM  

Uhm, it is? They look like S&M sex toys. Could you explain?
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