It rains diamonds on Neptune? :O
Posted 2/8/15
I thought these planetary weather forecasts are cute and interesting









according to this article, it rains the actual diamonds, but i'm not sure if this site is reliable.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2942445/Cloudy-chance-ACID-RAIN-Extraterrestrial-weather-forecasts-reveal-shouldn-t-complain-showers-Earth.html



Guess Neptune is women's new BFF now.
Posted 2/8/15
Well is time to mine I guess.
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Oh. Kay. Den.
Posted 2/8/15
http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Daily_Mail

The Daily Mail (aka, Hate Mail, Daily Fail, Daily Heil, Daily Moan and so on), is a reactionary tabloid rag masquerading as a "traditional values," middle-class newspaper that is, in many ways, the worst of the British gutter press (only Rupert Murdoch's Sun is worse). Its weighty Sunday counterpart is the Mail on Sunday.
The Daily Mail is to the U.K. what the New York Post is to the United States, and what the Drudge Report is to the Internet: to wit, gossipy tabloid "journalism" for those who cannot digest serious news, with a flippantly wingnut editorial stance. The Daily Mail is notable among British tabloids for rejecting the standard red-top banner in order to try to appear more upmarket and respectable, although it does sometimes go in for the full front-page picture or headline characteristic of the populist rags. It is also notorious for its frequent harassment of individuals, campaigns of hate directed at various minorities, and willfully deceiving and lying to its readers."
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Posted 2/8/15
Why collect rain when you can just go grab an entire planet of the stuff?

http://www.space.com/12738-massive-diamond-planet-orbits-neutron-star-astronomers-find.html
Posted 2/8/15

PeripheralVisionary wrote:

http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Daily_Mail

The Daily Mail (aka, Hate Mail, Daily Fail, Daily Heil, Daily Moan and so on), is a reactionary tabloid rag masquerading as a "traditional values," middle-class newspaper that is, in many ways, the worst of the British gutter press (only Rupert Murdoch's Sun is worse). Its weighty Sunday counterpart is the Mail on Sunday.
The Daily Mail is to the U.K. what the New York Post is to the United States, and what the Drudge Report is to the Internet: to wit, gossipy tabloid "journalism" for those who cannot digest serious news, with a flippantly wingnut editorial stance. The Daily Mail is notable among British tabloids for rejecting the standard red-top banner in order to try to appear more upmarket and respectable, although it does sometimes go in for the full front-page picture or headline characteristic of the populist rags. It is also notorious for its frequent harassment of individuals, campaigns of hate directed at various minorities, and willfully deceiving and lying to its readers."



Can attest to this.




Lowlights wrote:

Why collect rain when you can just go grab an entire planet of the stuff?

http://www.space.com/12738-massive-diamond-planet-orbits-neutron-star-astronomers-find.html


OMG... this universe is a gold mine.

but I still prefer raining diamonds...
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