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2002-10-12 02:51:04 AM
Every galaxy needs a good bar.
 
2002-10-12 05:08:06 AM
Yawwwnnn.. uh, wha? Huh?

Sorry, I fell asleep while being misled by the topic's title. Guy Pierce in The Time Machine this ain't.
 
2002-10-12 05:08:12 AM
i didn't realize you could get maps like this from AAA
 
2002-10-12 05:08:38 AM
Things like this make my brain hurt.

Oh god, it's bleeding again.
 
2002-10-12 05:10:19 AM
What can ya say? wow
 
2002-10-12 05:11:31 AM
OMFG, that title is farking misleading.

This post has captured your attention at two separate eras of time.
 
2002-10-12 05:12:11 AM
This post has captured your attention at two separate eras of time.
 
2002-10-12 05:13:22 AM
Is blood supposed to be coming from my eyes?
 
2002-10-12 05:19:49 AM
Suprised the news flash about the latest Sniper victum hasn;t been put up.
 
2002-10-12 05:23:30 AM
what, did the sniper buy a night vision scope?
 
2002-10-12 05:25:16 AM
To be anal about it... the headline is inaccurate. There's nothing unusual going on here. There is simply a large distance/time between both objects. They have different space-time coordinates... Whoopee.

The two systems are distant from each other and because of the limited speed of light it is possible for objects to appear to our eyes well after they have become extinguished or merely aged significantly. The light has to travel all that huge distance and is merely now finally reaching us/the hubble at the same time as light from the nearer/more recent galaxy. Consider time and space inseparable and this is child's play.

Technically, most every picture records objects at two different space-times or at an infinite number of different points in space-time. I'm in a different time and space than you right now. In fact I'm in a different time and space then when I started this sentence.

The picture merely provides an interesting glimpse into galaxy and quasar formations/interactions. It isn't a revelation of rift in space-time or a wormhole that goes to a stargate folks.
 
2002-10-12 05:27:17 AM
I would submit this but ... I aint total fark and i doubt the monkey will fall on me today.

Heres the info on the latest sniper attack

http://www.newsday.com/news/nationworld/nation/ny-usshot122962132oct12,0,35884 93.story?coll=ny-nationalnews-headlines
 
2002-10-12 05:30:13 AM
In other news, my next door neighbor lives right next door to me. However, we are light-years apart in political attitudes. His thought processes wouldn't even register on a Scientologist's E-Meter.

His wife is hot, though:

 
2002-10-12 05:30:28 AM
I think it's a pretty cool pic when you read the back story.

Sorry, I do.
 
2002-10-12 05:31:16 AM
The page you requested was not found.


and I was really interested in that Trader_of_shots
 
2002-10-12 05:31:45 AM
Hey, cool... look at how her left breast is recorded in the same picture as her right breast in the same image!
 
2002-10-12 05:33:12 AM
We need to tell the TimeCube guy about this right away!
 
2002-10-12 05:44:05 AM
OK sorry link didn;t work ?.. try http://www.cnn.com/
 
2002-10-12 05:56:25 AM
I already hit it.
 
2002-10-12 06:28:11 AM
Every galaxy needs a good bar.
Is that Milliways?

/Douglas Adams
 
2002-10-12 06:29:42 AM
Someone needs to photoshop a pic of old elvis and new elvis or something.
 
2002-10-12 07:05:48 AM
Hey Kevbo, you're kinda turning me on! Stop it!
 
2002-10-12 07:08:00 AM
Maybe I don't get it, but don't we see this sort of thing every time we look at the stars? It's not like they're all a set distance away from each other. I must just be a tard.
 
2002-10-12 07:11:31 AM
Ahahahaahhha! E-man I was thinking the same thing, I just didn't want to say anything! *cracking up*
 
2002-10-12 07:22:11 AM
A billion light years. A BILLION light years? Sometimes I think they just make this sh*t up.
 
2002-10-12 07:22:15 AM
I dont get it. Doesnt every picture of space show stars that are were created in different times ?
 
2002-10-12 07:38:12 AM
E-Man, JOHNDX: Ummmm... eeewwww? What was it that did it? I'll never do it again!!

I'm busy being fixated on Nothing But Net's neighbor (the wife of course). Tell me she likes to hang laundry while wearing a skimpy bikini, sunbathes when the husband is away and has an interest in astronomy. My telescope is getting bigger right now.

Dear Penthouse,
I never thought it would happen to me. I was in a FARK forum verbally masturbating about space-time when this guy's neighbor's wife showed up and then these two guys started getting turned on... and...
 
2002-10-12 07:48:15 AM
My wife was looking at me funny because I started to innapropriately touch myself, and she asked if I was looking at pr0n and I said no, this guy's talking about space-time and then he starts talking about his wormhole and I lost it.

Then she hit me on the head with a keyboard and walked away.
 
2002-10-12 07:54:41 AM
Already blew iced tea out my nose when the PS ideas hit me...can't get the pic loaded, dammit! FARK FARK FARK!

Skink
 
2002-10-12 07:59:06 AM
I'd orbit her binary star system.
 
2002-10-12 08:14:44 AM


Skink
 
2002-10-12 09:59:33 AM
What's the big deal? You see this kind of thing every time you look up at the stars.
 
udo
2002-10-12 10:12:14 AM
Clue: every picture of the sky has many objects, shown at different times.
Although, I wonder if you could surpass the speed of light, go out about 1.75 million light-years and then turn around and take a picture of the earth and see some Sri Lankans building a bridge.
 
2002-10-12 11:26:58 AM
Of course you can...in fact we use that technology to relay emails from the future back to you 21st century bone heads all the time.

The winning lottery numbers for October 12, 2002 are 24 55 85 12 17 with a bonus number of 42
 
2002-10-12 01:31:36 PM
Kevbo, guys who talk about things I don't understand turn me on. Let me sit on the floor beside you while pearls of wisdom appear on your monitor.....

Everytime I see pictures from the Hubble, I just say, Cool! This is completely beyond the limits of my understanding!
 
RJC
2002-10-12 01:57:18 PM
Boring science (yawn) and HOT neighbor's wife!! And this made me laugh: "In other news, my next door neighbor lives right next door to me."
 
2002-10-12 03:09:47 PM
BORING? BORING? Bah...
 
2002-10-12 06:29:38 PM
wtf? I can say that about any picture of stars. Very exciting news.
 
2002-10-12 09:32:06 PM
Objects that are very far away are somewhen else.
 
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