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Space x Oceans

Discussion in 'Kayo Dot' started by Ecto, Dec 10, 2009.

  1. Ecto

    Ecto ...

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    Why we know more about the first?
     
  2. FrostGiant

    FrostGiant Mr. Pibb > Dr. Pepper

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    Gravity x Water = Pressure

    No Gravity x No Water = No Pressure
     
  3. Astral Poetry

    Astral Poetry "Eros! Your hand...!"

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    space vs. oceans GO
     
  4. Ecto

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    ok, but even with that obstacle i guess nasa could develop a kind of pressure-proof submarine. they wanna hit mars with astronauts. this is crazy.
     
  5. xfer

    xfer I JERK OFF TO ARCTOPUS

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    if we knew more about the oceans, new england metal bands couldn't write umpteen songs about them
     
  6. FrostGiant

    FrostGiant Mr. Pibb > Dr. Pepper

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    They do have pressurized subs but you can still only go so far down before the pressures get ridiculously high. It's much easier to deal with outerspace and the near zero forces than the depths of the oceans with those extreme forces.
     

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