+128Within our own Milky Way galaxy, there are over a billion stars. Each star ranges from 100 km to millions km in diameter and each individual star is light years apart from its 'neighbour'. Scientists, with the use of the Hubble space telescope, estimate that there are over 100 billion galaxies within the universe. In comparison, the earth is only around 13,000 km in diameter. After you get over the initial "mind blown moment", you realize just how small and miniscule we are. amirite?
+267Theory is knowing everything, but nothing works. Practice is when everything works, but no one knows why. High school science labs are a combination of the two: nothing works, and no one knows why, amirite?
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+233In space, no-one can hear you scream. But apparently, everyone can hear visible laser beams and particle weapons... amirite?
+287Waterproof cell phones need to be more commonplace. One of the most prominent pieces of modern technology shouldn't be destroyed by something that covers about three quarters of the planet. amirite?
+17What's the difference between an enzyme and a hormone? You can't hear an enzyme, but you can hear a hor-mone, amirite?
+13People criticize religion as a way to "fill in the gaps" of the things unknown to us, yet many times, science does the same; calls them theories, and treats them as the absolute truth, amirite?
+301You've used your amazing heat vision powers to melt an ice cube..but it took way longer than you expected, amirite?