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    • @CarISagan, Thank you for your tolerance of my similar name. Perhaps one day I shall pick another one. Lawrence Krauss perhaps?
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    • @overkill7538, Cool. I'm still skeptical since I don't think black holes make high energy photons.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • Edit: these traits. .. (I'm not re-typing that) lol
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • Through natural selection?
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • It's been proposed that much of humankinds genetic diversity was lost during the last ice age, could this also be a possible reason why this theoretical "gullibility gene" seems to have taken root in what seems to be a large group of the world's populace? Also will this traits be bred out or lost
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • @CarISagan, Thanks for calling me smart. :3 xD
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    • Carl is love, Carl is life.
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    • @overkill7538, One problem I have with this hypothesis is that what usually causes mutations is higher energy photons, particles of light, and as far as I know, black holes don't produce any light. Otherwise they wouldn't be chromodynamically perfectly black.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • @overkill7538, As of now, I'm not sure there are any genes that control gullibility, but if there are, mutation might be what caused either their gullibility or our lack thereof. Mutations often occur when cosmic radiation blasts apart your genetic material and your body has to fix it.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • @overkill7538, I'm unsure, but if I ponder, I can make some connection. You see, rednecks are gullible. That's why they worship a Jewish carpenter instead of an American ethnically Russian-Jewish astrophysicist. This gullibility is probably what allows them to think that pro-wrestling is real.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • (All joking and facetiousness aside I've always been a fan of Dr. Sagan's work and his insights on the world and into the universe)
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • Also Carl why the hell is professional wrestling so popular amongst rednecks.. does it have anything to do with Hawking radiation?
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • Awesome thank you for the brilliant response. The Ammish gang bang was the nagging question though.
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • @AU_Gage, Carl Swagan is another Saganist. Praise you both.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • @overkill7538, been to an Ammish gang bang.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • @overkill7538, It'll be around 8.83 years on Earth. If you use Einstein's equation pertaining to relativistic speed time dilation ( t'=t sqrt(1-(v^2/c^2)) ), at 99% the speed of light, the adjusted time should be 1.245 years. The time dilation conversion at 99% c is 0.14106. And I've never been to
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • @overkill7538, Alpha Centauri is 4.367lys away. There and back would be about 8.734 light years. If you were going the speed of light, that's how long it would take on Earth, and no time would pass for you. Going 99% the speed of light, it will take slightly longer to get there and back.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • @RBE_CarlSwagan, imposter!!!!!!
      Most_Gage_2016 31 jul 2014
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    • @CarISagan, yes master
      Most_Gage_2016 31 jul 2014
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    • Where do I stand as Carl Swagan?
      TitanThighs_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • @AU_Gage, Read Carl's Cosmic Connection. Watch and read the original Cosmos. It's very insightful.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • Hey Carl, if you could travel to Alpha Centauri at 99% the speed of light and then return to earth. What would be the approximate difference in time passed via time dilation? .... . Dude I'm just messin' with ya.. ever been to an Ammish gang bang?
      overkill7538_2014 31 jul 2014
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    • I'm happily one of your humble servants, your wish is my command, but first please, tell me about your scripture!
      Most_Gage_2016 31 jul 2014
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    • @CarISagan, you are the light to my world, I was lost with that silly FSM scam (stupid cult) but now I can clearly see the true almighty god of the universe, Carl!
      Most_Gage_2016 31 jul 2014
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    • @AU_Gage, Embrace it. He's one of my disciples. But remember that no one can replace Carl Sagan. Take that to heart.
      CarISagan_2015 31 jul 2014
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    • 🔽stupid question, I already know your answer!
      Most_Gage_2016 31 jul 2014
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    • Hey Carl, how do you feel about Tyson taking on Carls role in the public image? Do you thing he will be surpassed?
      Most_Gage_2016 31 jul 2014
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