Post Reply Quick Question: Did a hypercane already happen eons ago?
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Posted 11/14/16 , edited 11/14/16
If you don't know what a hypercane is, then Google it. This is kind of a serious question that I've been curious about. I need answers!



So I need to know if a hypercane happened a very long time ago or not? Is Jupiter known for having hypercanes or just terrible storms? Is a hypercane even possible or no?


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being in a hypercane sounds enjoyable




welp its worth it if i get a peak at her panties
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You're insane!
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This is going to be my hypercane once I'm to old to walk without assistance.
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^derp u beat me to it

happy early xmas tho
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Xxanthar wrote:

This is going to be my hypercane once I'm to old to walk without assistance.


Interesting.


But seriously answer my question.
Posted 11/14/16
Well there may have been hypercanes when the Earth was forming or after an asteroid hit, I doubt there is any record of one since man has existed though. I suppose that giant red spot on Jupiter could be called a Hypercane. I think I may have even heard it called that before, but I'm not sure.

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Xxanthar wrote:

Well there may have been hypercanes when the Earth was forming or after an asteroid hit, I doubt there is any record of one since man has existed though. I suppose that giant red spot on Jupiter could be called a Hypercane. I think I may have even heard it called that before, but I'm not sure.



Thank you.
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Xxanthar wrote:

Well there may have been hypercanes when the Earth was forming or after an asteroid hit, I doubt there is any record of one since man has existed though. I suppose that giant red spot on Jupiter could be called a Hypercane. I think I may have even heard it called that before, but I'm not sure.



A hypercane would produce winds of at least 500 MPH, Jupiter's spot only goes up to around 384 MPH so it can't really be classified as a hypercane for that and many other reasons.
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I don't know what a hypercane is so I clicked on the thread to find out, but now that you told me to fuck off and google it I don't want to know anymore.
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HateKillingCamels wrote:

I don't know what a hypercane is so I clicked on the thread to find out, but now that you told me to fuck off and google it I don't want to know anymore.


I'm sorry.
Posted 11/15/16
I prefer Sharknados.
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Xxanthar wrote:

I prefer Sharknados.


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