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Thomas II

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SUPER SLOW MO!

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I don't recall that Odin promised to get rid of the gas giants.

What does "Ice" mean?
"In the strictest definition, ice is the solid form of water. However, planetary astronomers often use “ice” to refer to the solid form of any condensable molecule. These tend to be highly reflective, form clouds, and (unlike minerals) can readily change between liquid, solid, and gas states at relatively low temperatures. Frozen water and carbon dioxide (“dry ice”) are the most familiar ices on Earth, but methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and phosphine (PH3) can all freeze in the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune. (In fact, due to the extremely cold temperatures, most of the clouds we observe there are likely condensations of methane or hydrogen sulfide ice."

https://www.planetary.org/articles/simon-the-realm-of-the-ice-giants
 

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I don't recall that Odin promised to get rid of the gas giants.

What does "Ice" mean?
"In the strictest definition, ice is the solid form of water. However, planetary astronomers often use “ice” to refer to the solid form of any condensable molecule. These tend to be highly reflective, form clouds, and (unlike minerals) can readily change between liquid, solid, and gas states at relatively low temperatures. Frozen water and carbon dioxide (“dry ice”) are the most familiar ices on Earth, but methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and phosphine (PH3) can all freeze in the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune. (In fact, due to the extremely cold temperatures, most of the clouds we observe there are likely condensations of methane or hydrogen sulfide ice."

https://www.planetary.org/articles/simon-the-realm-of-the-ice-giants

So Odin didn't get rid of the ice giants. Typical god, lying his ass off! :mad:
 

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I don't recall that Odin promised to get rid of the gas giants.

What does "Ice" mean?
"In the strictest definition, ice is the solid form of water. However, planetary astronomers often use “ice” to refer to the solid form of any condensable molecule. These tend to be highly reflective, form clouds, and (unlike minerals) can readily change between liquid, solid, and gas states at relatively low temperatures. Frozen water and carbon dioxide (“dry ice”) are the most familiar ices on Earth, but methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and phosphine (PH3) can all freeze in the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune. (In fact, due to the extremely cold temperatures, most of the clouds we observe there are likely condensations of methane or hydrogen sulfide ice."

https://www.planetary.org/articles/simon-the-realm-of-the-ice-giants

So Odin didn't get rid of the ice giants. Typical god, lying his ass off! :mad:

:huggs:
 

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I don't recall that Odin promised to get rid of the gas giants.

What does "Ice" mean?
"In the strictest definition, ice is the solid form of water. However, planetary astronomers often use “ice” to refer to the solid form of any condensable molecule. These tend to be highly reflective, form clouds, and (unlike minerals) can readily change between liquid, solid, and gas states at relatively low temperatures. Frozen water and carbon dioxide (“dry ice”) are the most familiar ices on Earth, but methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide, and phosphine (PH3) can all freeze in the atmospheres of Uranus and Neptune. (In fact, due to the extremely cold temperatures, most of the clouds we observe there are likely condensations of methane or hydrogen sulfide ice."

https://www.planetary.org/articles/simon-the-realm-of-the-ice-giants

So Odin didn't get rid of the ice giants. Typical god, lying his ass off! :mad:
Oh come on! He blew those blasted monstrosities so far away you need a goddam astronomical telescope to see them! I kinda think that counts as getting rid of them.
 

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So Odin didn't get rid of the ice giants. Typical god, lying his ass off! :mad:
Oh come on! He blew those blasted monstrosities so far away you need a goddam astronomical telescope to see them! I kinda think that counts as getting rid of them.

Helluva lot better than anything Jesus ever did! I’m impressed. And I can’t see the ice giants anyways. I sure see a lot of wicked people around.
 

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So Odin didn't get rid of the ice giants. Typical god, lying his ass off! :mad:
Oh come on! He blew those blasted monstrosities so far away you need a goddam astronomical telescope to see them! I kinda think that counts as getting rid of them.

Helluva lot better than anything Jesus ever did! I’m impressed. And I can’t see the ice giants anyways. I sure see a lot of wicked people around.

Of course Óðinn counts...Who do you think Santa is, your moms and dads? :rolleyes:
 

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Wrong image--that should be a Kerbal!

(A level 3 Kerbal can successfully re-enter from low Kerbin orbit by burning their whole jetpack retrograde. Actually, any Kerbal can survive the fire that way, but you need to be level 3 to have a parachute for the final landing. Kerbal jetpacks are insanely overpowered. Burning a whole NASA jetpack won't get you into the atmosphere.)
 

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Hold it, someone is trying to curtail our j/o rights??? Not on my watch, brother. It's in the Constitution, jerk-offs. Strike that. It's in the Constitution, you ne'er-do-wells:
'A well regulated Prostate, being necessary to the peace and tranquility of the Domicile, the right of the people to bare and exercise the Third Arm shall not be infringed.'
The Founding Fathers knew how to stroke it. "You can have my johnson when you pry it out of my strong, stiff fingers, as long as your fingers are equally strong and stiff." Charlton Heston said that, numbnuts.
 
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