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Also about space and floating+125Earth is a giant graveyard floating out in space. amirite?
Also about space, keeping, infinite, and floating+133This would be absolutely terrifying. The only thing keeping you from floating away into infinite, dark, cold, airless space is a thin cord. Astronauts are some of the bravest human beings, amirite?
Also by Themeltingsnowman72+64You can drink a liquid when choking on a solid but can't inhale air when choking on a liquid, amirite?
Also about space+641A four year old at a space themed camp shouting 'Women arn't from space! They're from the kitchen!" is both hilarious and wrong at the same time, amirite?
Also by Themeltingsnowman72+32CIA agents in movies could be noticed a lot less if they weren't wearing black suits and fancy business atire all the time. amirite!?
Also about space object+60Stars are probably the least mentioned space object in Star Wars, amirite?
Also about space and gravity+538If Einstein were to explain his theory of gravity, you would be astounded: firstly because the theory describes gravity as a warping of space-time and not as a force, and secondly because you'd be talking to a dead guy, amirite?
Also by Themeltingsnowman72+38Being able to talk and relate with little kids can either be a sign of high or low maturity. amirite?
Also about space and gravity-58Relativity is bullshit... Two men have watches , one is in space , one is on earth... The thought is that time moves differently for these two men and that the man in space is going tru time faster because his watch has moved faster due to less gravity.. I ask... There is only one TIME.. Right? So time cant move differently..once th e space man gets back he would have to reset his watch to match everyone else,.they say his family would be long gone but i say he would die the same time as his family, he wont live longer, he would experience time just the same as his family,at the same time, amirite?
Also about space and feet+88In a dream, whether we're deep underwater, in outer space, or buried six feet under, we're still always breathing, amirite?