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(Wired UK)   A crumb left by Omnipotus, a four pound piece of the moon to be auctioned this weekend   ( ) divider line 10
    More: Interesting, meteorites, Omnipotus, Heritage Auctions, Kalahari Desert, space technology, NASA missions, moon rocks  
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2351 clicks; posted to Geek » on 12 Oct 2012 at 1:23 PM (3 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»

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2012-10-12 01:29:09 PM
2012-10-12 01:50:29 PM  
What do I do with it once it turns back into a moon crab?
2012-10-12 02:05:06 PM  
Now, the beancounters told me we literally could not afford to buy $7 worth of moon rocks, much less 70 million. Bought 'em anyway. Ground them up, mixed them into a gel, and guess what: ground-up moon rocks are pure poison.
2012-10-12 02:11:18 PM  
Omnipotus sounds like a giant mech built out of ex-presidents...somebody call the Nicolle brothers...
2012-10-12 02:36:34 PM  
That's either "every river" or "every president", I can't tell which.
2012-10-12 02:38:14 PM

oh... is someone serving hors d'evours?
2012-10-12 05:22:59 PM  
FTA It's not from any of the Nasa missions to the moon -- it's illegal to sell those rocks, though some ne'er-do-wells have tried --

Many museum gift shops will sell small meteorite fragments for less than £10, but those will unfortunately usually lack either rare minerals or evidence of alien life.

I KNEW NASA was hiding something
2012-10-12 07:31:27 PM

in for one
2012-10-12 07:38:44 PM  
I thought that was the new name for Obama. Maybe if he wins it will be.
2012-10-13 12:32:14 PM  
I thought Omnipotus was Robert Kirkman's version of Galactus.
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