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Did Saturn's rings form relatively recently ?


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So the vast majority of dinosaurs, if they had telescopes, couldn't see the rings?

That's pretty cool information to now have.

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Sounds like Saturn "took one for the gypper", meaning Earth.

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Maybe "Planet X" has been, gone and the ramains are now orbiting Saturn. If that's the case though, the weird section of express .co.uk will have far less content, it'll be nothing but mumified alien fetus's in Peruvian Pyramids and Nazi bases in Antartica and on the Moon (BTW anyone who enjoyed Iron Sky will be pleased to hear that Iron Sky 2 should be released 14th Feb 2018, Yaaaay).

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Saturn is certainly one of the most beautiful planets in the solar system, especially with it's rings.

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yes they are this recent. After collision of Mars with a celestial body which stripped off its atmosphere, fragments spit off in space were collected by Saturn. Some other fragments fal down on Earth leading to dinosaurs extinction.

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On 31/08/2017 at 3:31 AM, BeastieRunner said:

So the vast majority of dinosaurs, if they had telescopes, couldn't see the rings?

That's pretty cool information to now have.

If my calculations are correct, then the dinosaurs wouldnt need a telescope to see the ring remnant crashing into earth 65 million years ago! 

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On 9/1/2017 at 4:58 AM, qxcontinuum said:

yes they are this recent. After collision of Mars with a celestial body which stripped off its atmosphere, fragments spit off in space were collected by Saturn. Some other fragments fal down on Earth leading to dinosaurs extinction.

You are going to back this up with some evidence aren't you? No, of course you aren't, because it's not possible to produce evidence of an event which is pure fantasy,

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What kind of person would have so little knowledge that they would back qxcontinuum's pile of nonsense?

15 hours ago, taniwha said:

If my calculations are correct, then the dinosaurs wouldnt need a telescope to see the ring remnant crashing into earth 65 million years ago! 

Well that answered that question.

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12 hours ago, Waspie_Dwarf said:

You are going to back this up with some evidence aren't you? No, of course you aren't, because it's not possible to produce evidence of an event which is pure fantasy,

what if i saw it happening? Omg another crazy looser ehh?

 

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