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(C|Net)   Apparently Westeros is located somewhere on the surface of Jupiter's moon Titan   (news.cnet.com) divider line 19
    More: Interesting, Titans, Westeros, Huygens, Cassini Spacecraft, fictional world, summer, sense of wonder, European Space Agency  
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2013-09-24 11:25:49 AM
No, it's on Earth's moon, Enceladus.

I mean it's on one of Mar's moons: Mimas.
 
2013-09-24 12:53:21 PM
M-O-O-N. That spells "astronomically challenged submitter".
 
2013-09-24 01:09:47 PM
It's summer on Titan?  Let's go!
 
2013-09-24 01:18:45 PM
www.chris-winter.com
 
2013-09-24 01:41:10 PM
That article was a horrible uninformative mess of vague verbal padding (including author's childhood reminisces).

Skip that and just watch the embedded YouTube: ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan
 
2013-09-24 01:55:47 PM
There's two Titans? That's just sloppy nomenclature!

/subtard should consider what is lacking in his diet that he can't hold simple facts in his mind during the ten seconds it takes to write a FARK headline submission. Seriously, dude. Pete Townshend did not play in Led Zeppelin.
 
2013-09-24 01:57:27 PM

HairBolus: That article was a horrible uninformative mess of vague verbal padding (including author's childhood reminisces).

Skip that and just watch the embedded YouTube: ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan


I concur. This is what happens when you fire all the writers, scupper all the editors and hire bloggers to fill webpages at 10 cents a kilo.
 
2013-09-24 02:13:15 PM
"Would you believe that Brain?"

"Absolutely Monsoon, because I've seen Emilia Clarke, and her ass is out of this world!"

"Oh will you st.... no, you're right."
 
2013-09-24 02:13:49 PM
Subby must've meant Saturn's moon Triton.
 
2013-09-24 02:38:10 PM

HairBolus: That article was a horrible uninformative mess of vague verbal padding (including author's childhood reminisces).

Skip that and just watch the embedded YouTube: ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan


Well that's what happens when you hire someone who starts things off with "If you haven't heard of Titan..."
If you haven't heard of Titan, you might not be very smart.
 
2013-09-24 02:48:20 PM
A Lanister always pays his debts.
 
2013-09-24 05:22:06 PM
The narrator:

images2.wikia.nocookie.net
 
2013-09-24 05:52:54 PM
Apparently CNet needs to mention Westeros to get their readers to read an article about Jupiter's Saturn's moon Titan.
 
2013-09-24 11:49:20 PM
Climate change deniers claiming that Titan is warming and therefore there is no anthropogenic climate change--it's the Sun. Counting down. Ten ... nine ... eight ... seven ....
 
2013-09-25 08:43:03 AM
Subby? Come here, please. No no, right here. Sit down.

Thank you.

Now then, Subs... May I call you "Subs"? Excellent.

Subs, please, for the class, explain that headline. If suggesting Titan orbits Jupiter was simply trolling, well done. You caused me to momentarily lose all muscle control. If, of course, you actually thought Titan was a Jovian moon.... I'm going to put a very large and very angry wombat in your trousers, then send you back to first grade science.

/bad subby
//bad
 
2013-09-25 10:16:40 AM
Man... There could of been a Martian Successor Joke in here somewhere... To bad, Giant Robots solve everything.
 
2013-09-25 12:37:35 PM

yves0010: Man... There could of been a Martian Successor Joke i


Man... Do you of any idea how annoying that is?
 
2013-09-25 03:57:29 PM

HairBolus: That article was a horrible uninformative mess of vague verbal padding (including author's childhood reminisces).

Skip that and just watch the embedded YouTube: ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan


after listening to that all I could think of was this clip

/I'm a bad person
 
2013-09-25 11:49:48 PM

rwfan: HairBolus: That article was a horrible uninformative mess of vague verbal padding (including author's childhood reminisces).

Skip that and just watch the embedded YouTube: ScienceCasts: The Mystery of the Missing Waves on Titan

after listening to that all I could think of was this clip

/I'm a bad person


"Are you sure you're talking about TITAN?"

"Yes, the Saturnine moon with orange hazy atmosphere? Pisces? You know - a water sign."

"Maybe I could give him the message."

"I suppose that would be alright. Tell him that Mars - the planet he met a few years ago - just went to the doctor and discovered he has... Earthican Probe 10, and he should check himself out with his own physician. I know I told him I was treated for Viking Syndrome but this is new."

"I think you had better tell him yourself."

"Yes, I think I'd better had."
 
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