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  1. #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zealander View Post

    I was about to harp LT
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    Possibly my favorite subject in High School. :salute!:
    Harping?


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    I was thinking of posting something about this topic, but searched and found one I already wrote.

    Regardless....

    Here's to Gravity!!


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    Who can we thank most for?.......

    "what goes up, must come down"

    (other than some of my stock investments "strategy"!!)


    Thx G!

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    Sometimes gravity is a big weight!

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    When they say, "keep your feet on the ground", unless you're an astronaut or you love to swim, or a few other possibilities....do most of us have a choice?

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    He ain't heavy.....

    gravity just pulls a little tighter.









    (yes, he's my brother!)
    Last edited by CanDB; 03-06-2020 at 01:51 PM.

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    For those interested in extreme gravity, I highly recommend neutron stars.

    A 150 pound person on Earth would weigh about 10 and a half billion tons (or 1,590 Hoover Dams) on a ball roughly 12 miles in diameter.

    Of course...1,590 Hoover Dams (or add an additional 530 Hoover Dams if you like beer and nachos) worth of weight on your shins is probably asking a bit much for most folks, and they would just get squished.

    "Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumiere View Post
    For those interested in extreme gravity, I highly recommend neutron stars.

    A 150 pound person on Earth would weigh about 10 and a half billion tons (or 1,590 Hoover Dams) on a ball roughly 12 miles in diameter.

    Of course...1,590 Hoover Dams (or add an additional 530 Hoover Dams if you like beer and nachos) worth of weight on your shins is probably asking a bit much for most folks, and they would just get squished.

    So that explains why, when I have grossed out on food and drink, I tend to say 'dam' it!!

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    I think gravity is a mischievous way of making sure we don't go spending our money on other planets.

    Then again, folks usually figure things out....


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    Yes, we all take a break, or places close as they typically do, or the wind stops blowing for a while, or when even the best of folks stop trying for a moment, you can always, always count on gravity to be there for you.

    I say throw something in the air, just to watch its magic! (Note: try not to hit someone!!!)


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    More respect for the mighty G...

    I'm down with that!

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