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24 August 2006

Just Checking

So there were eight planets. Then there were nine. Then there were twelve. Now we're back down to eight? Is that correct? I feel like I'm stuck in a bad math problem.

Comments on "Just Checking"

 

Blogger Jim said ... (8/24/2006 07:34:00 PM) : 

There were always eight. Human beings are just stupid.

 

Blogger Michael Westmoreland-White said ... (8/27/2006 01:03:00 PM) : 

Whatever happened to the planetoid they discovered in the '70s between the orbit of Mercury and the Sun? They were calling it Vulcan which led to many Spock jokes. Did it get demoted to "dwarf-planet" like the re-christened "Pluton" also?

Did they just vote Pluto out or did they actually (finally) decided on a definition of a planet that would lead to objective identification?

 

Blogger bikeparts said ... (8/27/2006 06:34:00 PM) : 

I'm going to take this pluto fiasco as a signal that I can make up all the lies I want, because reality is a subjective thing, right??? Yes, I think I like that.

 

Blogger Dan Trabue said ... (8/30/2006 05:10:00 PM) : 

I suspect the terr'rists did Pluto in. Poor Mickey!

 

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