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500 Facts About Space: Best 500 collection of mind-blowing facts about Space Kindle Edition - Free @ Amazon

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  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08FSQBKH2
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 1205 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Not Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Sticky notes ‏ : ‎ On Kindle Scribe
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 29 pages

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  1. Random_Purchase's avatar
    It's turtles all the way down.
  2. cjp64's avatar
    Stellar deal.
  3. Bluediamond28's avatar
    How can space go on forever? That's my question about space. Take a minute and think about that.
    jazzman466's avatar
    Life's Big Questions, Series 1: 3. How Big Is Our Universe?: bbc.co.uk/ipl…ny2 via @bbciplayer
  4. flintstone's avatar
    another fact, at 29 pages and an ebook, it wont take up much space
  5. _Achilles_'s avatar
    All lies.
    timboslicey's avatar
    Oh bless you.
  6. Shinobei's avatar
    Fact 1:
    Space is big. Really big. You just won't believe how vastly hugely mind-bogglingly big it is. I mean, you may think it's a long way down the road to the chemist, but that's just peanuts to space.
    sufy123's avatar
    What's your point?
  7. Malabus's avatar
    Fact one : Flat Earth.
    number1andy's avatar
  8. Crispy_Ambulance's avatar
    Going to send this to my flat earther mates.
    Twitty's avatar
    It won't make a difference. Once you see the truth, you're never the same. Yes, I dug up too far I wish I hadn't. The space fantasy was actually fun and enjoyable. I was a Star Trek guy.
  9. pagehamillton's avatar
    A grain of sand in a beach of galaxies
  10. paulkerrigan1804's avatar
    Fact number 1 - it’s big. Really big. You may think it’s a long way down the road to the chemist…
  11. xxxxbrettxxxx's avatar
    Thanks OP
  12. Forgottenshopper's avatar
    Thanks Boz..
  13. dberrypro's avatar
    Haha I didn't think that there were that many tools that believe the earth is flat , but this thread is proving me wrong
  14. manwithaplan's avatar
    Another book that I'll never open in all honesty, but I'll buy it still since it is one of the hottest deal of the day!
  15. Ehoman's avatar
    Spotted this error straight away:

    First page:
    The moon is spiralling away from Earth at a rate of about 2.5 inches per year.
    A few pages later:

    Our moon is moving away from Earth at a rate of 1.6 inch (4 cm) per year.

    Well all know how important an extra inch is!
    ecuador's avatar
    Both values are a bit off, the Lunar Laser Ranging experiment has measured it to 3.83 cm/year (or 1.5 inches if you prefer).
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    dberrypro's avatar
    Thanks for the laughs
  19. sufy123's avatar
    So is the perseverance rover on Mars fake too?
    The_narrow_path's avatar
    See Devon Island.
  20. Mrepg's avatar
    My facts would be much better! Plus you didn’t learn this at school. The answer to life and everything is 9! Not 42

    24hrs in a day, 12hrs day 12hrs night, 60 small pieces i.e. minutes, 60 seconds.
    24hrs x 60mins = 1440 total mins in a day (9)
    1440m x 60secs = 86400secs in a day
    86400 / 2 (for 12hrs day 12hrs night) 43200 (9)

    The ‘mean’ radius of the sun is 432000 miles!
    The Diameter of the sun is 864000 miles! (18) same as number of seconds in a day!
    Radius of the moon 1080 miles (18)

    The speed of light traveling through a vacuum is about 186,282 miles per second. That's 432000 squared! (Almost 186,624) miles per second. The difference is that unlike our vacuum tests, space is not a complete vacuum.
    Speed of light is 144,000 minutes of arc!

    144 is one square foot. A foot being the average human foot of 12 inches. A cubit
    864000 has 144 divisions!

    The earth is a circle so 360 degrees. 365.25 (true year) days x 360,000 feet = 131,486,400 feet! 131,486,400 feet is 24,902 miles, the equatorial circumference of the Earth.

    The great year is defined by physics as a complete cycle of the equinoxes which is 25,920 years. The average human life globally is between 72 and 72.6 years old depending on when you measure. Divide the 25920 by the ancient year 360 and you get 72! So, your life is worth one day in the Great Year. (7+2 = 9)

    At the time of discovering human DNA has 23 pairs of chromosomes the average life was almost 72.4years. Divide 72.4 age by 23 chromosomes and you get Pi! Life seems to actually be a circle lol.

    There are 24 musical keys base of division of sine waves into octaves.
    432hz if divided by the 360th (ancient year 360) harmonic of our heartbeat. 72 beats being optimal average so 1.2hz.

    Verdi used 432hz due to its mathematical qualities. So that links back to Schumann Resonance, Otto Schumann a German physicist, discovered and recorded the Schumann resonance. He found that global electromagnetic vibrations exist within a cavity between the Earth’s surface and the inner edge of the ionosphere.

    The frequencies of those electromagnetic waves were incredibly low, and hovered somewhere around 7.86Hz to 8Hz. They are essentially the frequencies of which the world beats. This particular frequency resonates with 432Hz if you divide into octaves.

    AI worked on the perfect golf ball and it calculated that it should be 432dia with 432 dimples lol

    Space is made from plutonic solids. I don’t have time to go into geometry and atoms but they are all the same numbers 90, 180, 360, 144, 432, 25920, 72 etc.

    I’m sure you smart people will see that all these numbers can be reduced or added to 9 if you remove 0 or any 9 not as first number. 1+8, 3+6, 1+4+4, 4+3+2, 2+5+2, 7+2 etc.

    Even music chords are based on the fifth and third of Fibonacci numbers for the golden mean. 1+3+5 = 9. 7 modes from 2 sets of keys = 9

    Monitor resolutions = 9 hehe


    1+2+3+4+5+6+7+8+9 = 36 (9)

    All 9 time table adds to 9 ie 7x9 = 63 (9)

    Works with negative numbers too. So vortex math proves 9 is both the singularity (divide a circle the centre is a point) and the void (multiple polygons divided the centre is a void)

    More complex. Space and other dimensions of space. Kissing numbers for plutonic solids in high dimension

    24th Dimension 196560 (27 if added ie 9) kissing shapes - Euler Totient = 41472 (9). Carmichael Lambda 72 (9). Expressed as a circle diameter is 393120 (9). Expressed as a square the perimeter 786240 (27 = 9) As equilateral triangle perimeter 589680 (36 = 9)

    That’s just the tip of the iceberg- how come nobody ever told you the number of seconds in a day is the same as the width of the sun!!! Think on that.
    D-Pac's avatar
    That's great!
    Now do it all in metric.
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    Random_Purchase's avatar
    Ran out of space.
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