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(Boobies)   There is days that supports a theory that Planet X is not a planet at all, but rather a black whole with the circumference of a grapefruit   (firstpost.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Black hole, General relativity, Solar System, black hole, Galaxy, Dark matter, Hawking radiation, Supernova  
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2020-07-16 7:47:46 AM  
Data not daysStupid autocorrect
 
2020-07-16 8:18:36 AM  

TuckFrump: Data not daysStupid autocorrect


Your black whole is showing.
 
2020-07-16 8:19:03 AM  
Dark matter matters.
 
2020-07-16 8:22:20 AM  
I feel like I'm in a time loop. Of course, proximity to a black hole might cause that.

Third times the charm...
 
2020-07-16 8:22:23 AM  
Black whole what?
 
2020-07-16 8:24:35 AM  
Meanwhile...

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2020-07-16 8:27:55 AM  
I'm too full for a black whole, anyone want to share one? I could go for a black half.
 
2020-07-16 8:31:30 AM  
Wouldn't that be a relatively short lived black hole?

(I am not a physicist so please try to keep your mockery to a minimum if there are any actual answers to my question)
 
2020-07-16 8:36:04 AM  
Surely the source icon for this publisher should be Boobies.
 
2020-07-16 8:37:19 AM  

scanman61: Black whole what?


Black whole son, won't you cum, and wash away the reign.
 
2020-07-16 9:12:38 AM  
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