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dimanche 8 mai 2011

You don't even know what "big" is.


Yeah i know my blog is so random.. But i really liked this video. Made me feel like.. hum, nothing.

130 commentaires:

  1. Incredible big. I feel so small if i watch movies like this. So impressively big.

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  2. Trying to comprehend just how big these stars actually are is impossible.

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  3. Interesting stuff! Don't worry, it's your blog, you're allowed to be random :-)

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  4. ... you should go listen to monty pythons song from the meaning of life.. cant remember what its called. Its catchy to boot too.

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  5. This is great! video is awesome my friend!

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  6. "a BILLION times bigger than our sun" holy shit that is HUGE!

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  7. I was JUST hoping you'd post something about how small our solar system really is. Awesome stuff!

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  8. woooot, mofo is billion times bigger :/

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  9. Mind blowing stuff right there.

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  10. This is crazy stuff! Love it!

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  11. we are nothing but dust in the wind. thats what this video is trying to tell us.

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  12. Whoa... do you have any more of those??

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  13. o_o. I think my mind just got blown..

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  14. amazing! never thought of it like that!

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  15. Crazy to think about! Gives new perspective

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  16. jeeze! that really made me think, thanks! :)

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  17. Never thought of anything like this :o

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  18. This is relevant to my interests. My Morning Coffee's are more enjoyable now that I follow you my brother.

    Thank you!

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  19. Carl Sagan is smiling in his grave.

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  20. Love those videos. I always think of VY when I'm feeling too serious and that the universe centers around me.

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  21. I already feel small when taking the train to another town, never mind going to another country. Videos like this make me feel so small it is unbelievable, not even comparable to being an ant next to a mountain

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  22. This is relevant to my interests. My Morning Coffee's are more enjoyable now that I follow you my brother.

    Thank you!

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  23. Yes. Yes. Yes. I was astonished when i first saw an animated picture and then the video and also animation. We really are nothing for this universe. So don't get arrogant, fellow humans

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  24. Everytime i see these vids, it makes me wish i had the discovery channel...

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  25. I love astronomy, def following

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  26. Made me feel like nothing as well o.O

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  27. Haha this video is so random. DUde where you from?

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  28. Belgium, the french-speaking part :)

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  29. thats small...but maby it would be bigger if I should be next to it

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  30. god damn that puts things in perspective -.-

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  31. I really enjoy the bits Discovery Channel does on astronomy. Good video!

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  32. Wow and i thought the notorius b.i.g was big lol.

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  33. Amazing video. Thanks for sharing. Don't worry about the randomness.

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  34. Yeah, feeling very miniscule after seeing that.

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  35. Space is so big I wish I could see it :(

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  36. it scary how much smaller our sun is than some of the other stars

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  37. Nice video, I feel like a speck in the universe now

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  38. What a Trip! that is incredible!

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  39. Thats such a crazy feeling, knowing we are so terribly small in comparison to the universe.

    Awesome blog dude

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  40. I came back here, once again! This is my favourite video frome whole internet!

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  41. This is amazing, i'll follow you

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  42. Yeah, haha! These videos are great. But they will fuck your mind up. You simply can't comprehend sizes like that, its insane! Good video!


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  43. I almost felt something. Almost.

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  44. I'm so ignorant of the universe

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  45. Wow. That is some heavy stuff lol.

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  46. Thats crazy. I used to use my grandfathers reflecting telescope to look out in space. SO much fun :]

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  47. These are the kind of videos I really love to watch. I should look into Astronomy, thanks for the vid

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  48. Nice video! Better science than school, lol

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  49. Cool video the universe really is incredible.

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  50. I think I saw this in my physics class once... Nice video.

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  51. I knew this video, but it keeps reminding me of how ... small we are.

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  52. random blogs are ok, you can always find something cool.

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  53. That is, in the purest sense of the word, truly epic.

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  54. wow this is really amazing, makes me feel so insignificant!!!

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  55. ive always been a big fan of space, thanks for the vid

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  56. I remember stumbling across an animated .gif like this on the internet a couple of years back. It was literally mind blowing how tiny we really are. It really makes one feel insignificant.

    That was a cool video. I've actually been a big fan of space since a young age, so it's always cool to find things like this.

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  57. We can not be alone in space. Impressive video.

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  58. These kinda videos are so cool, quite sick there's actually that huge .. fireballs in space

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  59. Reminds me of college astronomy class, painful memories...

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  60. 1.... just shat myself.... 2.... god I'm tiny... :(

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  61. these videos always make me want to set up my telescope again

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  62. Woah, makes me feel really really tiny. Interesting video, thanks. :)

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  63. Wow. Thanks everyone for all the comments.

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  64. i love these comparisons, they're awesome :D

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  65. Set up my telescope... brb stargazing ^^

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  66. I saw this kind of thing not long ago... Makes me feels so insignificant :')

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  67. Canis majoris is around 1 billion times bigger than the sun...

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  68. ive seen that video before there is an image sorta like that made me feel like an insignificant speck

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  69. i juts shit my wants with awesomeness

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  70. that really is big!!

    nice blog btw

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  71. Every time I see a size comparison of stars, it makes me feel like a microscopic spec in the universe.

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  72. Yea I have seen it before as well! It's amazing to see such thing you know? Planets x times bigger than the sun.

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  73. lol watch cheech & chong bro that shit is hilarious!!

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  74. I first saw this as a GIF on some presentation. Whenever I see it, I think of the Tim and Eric episode where they talk about the universe. Cracks me up every time.

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