Pluto Is Ready For Its Close Up!

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Like everyone else, NASA has grown tired of Uranus (nailed it in the first sentence), so the New Horizon moved on to Pluto.  In the next 24 hours we should (hopefully) be getting even better pictures of the artist formerly known as a planet.  Need to be up to speed? Don’t follow real news sites and Gabbing Geek is the best you got?  We got ya covered!

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Is There Life as We DON’T Know It on Titan?

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I’ve long theorized that scientists had it wrong when they insisted life had to exist in the so-called “habitable zones” because life as we know it could ONLY survive there.  How arrogant of us to apply our understanding of the universe to what happens on Earth.  Unfortunately, no one listened to me because my understanding of science is sketchy at best.  Honestly, I don’t even understand how Edison’s record player worked.  But now, some smart people have modeled what life as we DON’T know it might look like so things are going my way.

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Put Your Togas Away, Space Fashion Is Here Thanks To Valentino

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Well it’s about time! I mean – Valentino certainly knows what’s hip these days, because we’ve all been waiting for something we can wear into space – I mean AMIRIGHT? But truth be told, some of these little ditties are quite spectacular. Just wait till you see the space boots – I’m not joking!

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The Most Earthlike Planets Ever…except for….well…Earth!

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A Gabbing Geek post where one of the Geeks pretends to be smart…

Remember when scientists thought there was indirect proof that there might be some planets outside our solar system?  Well thanks to sciencey scientists, we now know of over 1000 exoplanets.  We even found two that were so Earthlike that the Interview is playing on VOD there.

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