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The Sun divides the planet statistically, the stars revolve Earth passively apart from the part that is daytime and it's wave
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>>16109912
H-α chads where we at?
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why are schizo retards so attracted to astronomy
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>>16109912
You forgot the part where it collides with a -1000C sun made of ice
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>>16109912
Of course the Sun divides the planet statistically and the stars revolve Earth passively apart from the part that is daytime and it's wave. Everyone knows that
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>>16109932
Now you're cookin with science
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false
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>I know everything about the entire universe
Astronomy particularly caters to people who have grandiose delusions of superior intellectual ability. Ernest Jones, in 1913, was the first to construe extreme narcissism, which he called the "God-complex", as a character flaw. He described people with God-complex as being aloof, self-important, overconfident, auto-erotic, inaccessible, self-admiring, and exhibitionistic, with fantasies of omnipotence and omniscience. He observed that these people had a high need for uniqueness.



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