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(Top News (Arab Emirates))   Astronomers have discovered a galaxy that produces stars at a much faster rate than previously suspected, has tentatively named it the Duggar Galaxy   ( topnews.ae) divider line
    More: Interesting, galaxies, European Space Agency, Milky Way Galaxy, astronomers, starburst galaxy, infrared, stars, Herschel Telescope  
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2013-04-19 11:37:27 AM  
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It's not a clown car.

2013-04-19 12:07:49 PM  
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JolobinSmokin: Begoggle: Almost Everybody Poops: FTA: Photographs taken from the European Space Agency's Herschel telescope have unveiled that a newly found galaxy was formed much before the stated period of evolution of universe. It has challenged the existing theories related to evolution. A published study in April 17, in the journal Nature says that the newly found galaxy can be expected to be approximately 13 billion light-years from Earth.

1) This has nothing to do with the Theory of Evolution.

Correct, it is more related to Global Warming.

I thought it was more related to antibiotic resistant bacteria.

Armed, circumcised, declawed cats.
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