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I guess your shoot was for an online encoclopedy, I think that it was pretty good, a lot of interesting factsup and down scale, Too much for a single visit like they use to say, I only have some doubts about the things that can be seen by a naked eye, Im not sure that you can see all the things above that lenght with a naked eye, I dont know if its what some one has ever been capable of see with a naked eye.
As amazing as the first, if not better
You claim that some neutrinos are faster than light, which is the result of an experiment that was possibly wrong since it couldn't be repeated. Also, even though relativistic theory would allow the existance of particles travelling faster than light (if they had an imaginary mass), it wouldn't make any sense that they _sometimes_ travel faster and _sometimes_ slower.
Good flash. I've liked it as much as the first one, you've made a very good presentation (with animations!). Loved the fun facts (some of the jokes weren't very funny or were too unrelated, actually, such as the one with AM...)
By the way, here's a fun fact: did you know that Pluto was the most distant known planet from the Sun, but only during the periods of 1930-1979 and 1999-2006? (well, you probably know... but I think it was kind of funny)
P.S.: Thanks for clarifying the Aldebaran/Alderaan thing on this one, it drove me nuts on the past version of the flash. And the Uranus spelling too.
P.S.2: Get rid of the circle (degree symbol) in 2.7 K; the official name is "kelvin" and not "degree kelvin".
I was laughing when I saw minecraft world^^
Could anyone show me an image of this japanese spider crab an the giant earthworm?
Gamma ray is invisible
The blue color wavelength is between 446 and 500 nm, but gamma rays wavelentgh is below 0.005 nm. So gamma rays aren't blue. =)
Gamma Ray is blue
I checked for you.In one book it says that the gamma ray is blue. Awesome school material.....
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