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(NPR)   North Korea is learning the same lessons that every other nation with a space program learns: gravity never sleeps   (npr.org) divider line 5
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2012-12-14 02:00:28 AM  
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lokisbong: Uchiha_Cycliste: Thanks for the Meme-ries: [i291.photobucket.com image 237x316]

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God bless gravity.

Well I don't know about god but thanks Gravity for sure.


Well you see I have my own God, Biki (Bee-key) the Bike God. We have a deal worked out involving doing good bike works, and earning up credits then cashing in those credits when something important is up. Anyways, Praise Biki... for gravity.
2012-12-13 08:20:33 PM  
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buttery_shame_cave: anyone else thinks 'Gravity Never Sleeps' is an awesome name for a progressive dub-grass album?


You are perfectly welcome to try to make that music work. Or is that bluegrass with better lyrics and an upright bass?
2012-12-13 07:28:54 PM  
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Quantum Apostrophe: Wow, just think of all the benefits North Korea will enjoy from its robust space exploration program! As we all know, space directly leads to a country's wealth, not the other way round! We can see this for example with Russia, which basically beat the US in almost every space milestone. Russia is a rich country with a stable, effective government because of this early space lead.


Absolutely. Look at how much GPS damaged the economy.
2012-12-13 06:46:13 PM  
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"Sooner or later, the North Korean satellite may suffer a fiery re-entry into Earth's atmosphere. Statistically, about two-thirds of the time, this plunge occurs over water."



Two thirds of the time over water, I wonder why that would be?
2012-12-13 06:44:22 PM  
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Quantum Apostrophe: Wow, just think of all the benefits North Korea will enjoy from its robust space exploration program! As we all know, space directly leads to a country's wealth, not the other way round! We can see this for example with Russia, which basically beat the US in almost every space milestone. Russia is a rich country with a stable, effective government because of this early space lead.


That's a pretty bad argument, even from you.
 
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