The Scale Of The Universe, #2 [Pic+]

Submitted by: piperfawn 5 years ago in Science


From the infinitely little to infinitely huge: An interactive journey through the universe on your monitor.
There are 38 comments:
Female 1
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Male 144
@AvatarJohn, your are either a boring ass troll, or the dumbest prick on this thread. no one can seriously be that small minded. either way, you are the reason why some people should keep their dumb drat mouths shut. No one said anything about your drating god or your stupid ass view of climate change. I would rather have pristine natural wonders then have you running your SUV on cheap gas, and im pretty sure your god would to. so drat you and your kind!
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Male 526
@Avatar I don`t give two craps about the planet, but I do care about our posterity. We can`t go on making the Earth uninhabitable (for us. Life is going to live here probably until the sun eats it, but we aren`t quite as adaptable as bacteria) and ignoring research for space travel and expect to continue to thrive as a species.
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Male 1,059
"somewhere, there`s crazy religious people who think this is bullpoo"

Not sure why -- this only confirms what most Christians already know, that mankind is not God and not even a tiny, infinitesimal speck compared to God. Seems the athiests are the ones ignoring this reality and thinking we are all-powerful beings who can magically create hurricanes by driving our cars or cause droughts and icecap melting by turning on a lightbulb. Try zooming all the way out and then tell me how important it is to block drilling in ANWR to "keep it pristine".
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Male 1,071
This is crap! God created Earth! And they forgot to point out heaven!
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Male 519
Wow, they even included the minecraft world.
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Male 294
Wowza...
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Male 25,417
wow. just make me feel small
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Male 3,619
somewhere, there`s crazy religious people who think this is bullpoo
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Male 2,344
This is really drating cool.. I learned some cool things about space, like "The Great Attractor" and the "Eridanus Supervoid".

Woah.
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Female 9,560
I sent this in a few months back. :(
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Male 1,153
I`m sorry, but that`s an irresponsibley large amount of information for a sunday evening
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Male 650
The beach ball of death? lol
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Female 409
Crashed... twice :/ D`awh! I wanted to seeeee.
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Male 10,440
This post strangely compliments the one next to it.

I thought the music would change to something deep when I started zooming out.
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Male 6,227
@Mcboozerilla: What makes this pantheist? What makes it pornography? You have an aversion to interesting presentations of facts?
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Male 646
More pantheist pornography.
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Male 835
I want to run screaming into the night.
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Male 625
I just got some pooty new-age music, then it locked up and crashed by browser.

@OldOllie: I think this is because you have an outdated God 1.0 running on your system. Try uninstalling it, reinstall Science bèta 4.1 and then try the website again.

;-) Sorry, just HAD to make that joke!
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Male 6,737
Mind: blown.

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Male 500
For some odd reason, I expected a "Yo mama" joke somewhere in the end.
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Male 1,197
wow, that is actually enjoyable :) thanks IAB
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Male 40,349
Weak Force! ftw!!!
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Female 313
I have the first one bookmarked, this is beautiful. Thank you so much :3
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Female 2,674
... and then I had a panic attack.
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Female 1,803
I didn`t know you could see molecules with an electron microscope. I googled it and it`s true!
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Male 735
old, but i really like things like this!
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Male 2,199
"Just revisited this and tried out the "click on an object to learn more about it." If you haven`t, try that. The info is interesting. (For example, did you you know that if you met one new person every second, it would take you 200 years to meet all the humans now alive?)

I`m astounded by the amount of work that went into this."

yeah, and then you get facts like the dust mite one about how some humans are allergic to their poop... <.<
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Male 15,832
I just got some pooty new-age music, then it locked up and crashed by browser.
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Male 1,341
That was awesome, really makes you feel small....

Also, I lol`d at Minecraft.
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Male 6,227
Just revisited this and tried out the "click on an object to learn more about it." If you haven`t, try that. The info is interesting. (For example, did you you know that if you met one new person every second, it would take you 200 years to meet all the humans now alive?)

I`m astounded by the amount of work that went into this.
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Female 1,743
That was fairly cool. =)
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Male 40,349
That was GREAT!!!!

LOVE IT LOVE IT!

Thanks @piperfawn!! :hearts:
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Female 73
Minecraft.
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Female 155
Never. Going. To. Japan.
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Male 5,148
^^
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Male 6,227
Great post, Piperfawn. Thanks!
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Male 5,148
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