Mr. Rubber Ducky

Mr. Rubber Ducky

Posted on 03/19/2012


Photo taken on March 19, 2012



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methane


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Uranus Cam

Uranus Cam
As many of you already know, there is a satellite in orbit around Uranus and providing cam images in real time.

So, this is what your Uranus looks like right this very moment!

It's a place of methane winds moving at 560 miles per hour. That's 900 k/h for you paganish, heathenish foreigners with your pagan, heathen ways of using the metric system for determining speed velocity.

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Mr. Rubber Ducky
Mr. Rubber Ducky
If you ask me, it might be a wise idea for a certain someone to cut back on the overly copious consumption of beans, beans, and more beans.

Being hit by a blast of methane wind moving at 560 miles per hour probably would not be considered a fun experience.
5 years ago.
Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy
Miss Magnolia Thunde…
I expect there's a gigantic can of air-freshner somewhere near by.
5 years ago.
Scumbeast
Scumbeast
Would that be the back side of the moon, Mr. Known Men ?
5 years ago.
Mr. Rubber Ducky
Mr. Rubber Ducky
It's said that the moons of Uranus are quite the sight to see! Not to be missed!
5 years ago.
Miss Magnolia Thunderpussy
Miss Magnolia Thunde…
I have a sneaky suspicion this thread is beginning to be ever so slighty rude - not charming or dainty at all!
5 years ago.
Mr. Rubber Ducky has replied to Miss Magnolia Thunde…
Perhaps it's time to move onto Neptune!
5 years ago.