April 29, 1715

On April 29, 1715, English astronomer, John Flamsteed, observed Uranus for the sixth time. Heheh. The twelve year-old in me never tires of that. Uranus. Heheheheheh.

About Joel Byers

Born in North Georgia and educated at some very fine public institutions. Real education started after graduating from college and then getting married and raising two boys. Has the ability to see the funny and absurd in most things and will always remark on it, even if it means getting the stink-eye from his victims.
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One Response to April 29, 1715

  1. Kim Trells says:

    When you laugh, you fall right into NASA’s plan! You think they gave this so-called “planet” such a funny name on accident? Wake up, sheeple! They WANT you to laugh. Look at the funny planet that sounds like somebody’s butt! Ha ha. Because they know as long as you’re laughing, you’re not THINKING, and if you’re not thinking, you won’t notice how ridiculous the whole notion of “planets” and “space” really is.

    Anybody with half a brain knows that they’re all just lights in the sky, put across the dome by God for mankind to see His glory in the night sky. And it’s not just a religion thing. It’s also SCIENCE. Go look on YouTube and you will find SO MANY videos with PROOF of how the Earth really is. Not how NASA and their shills want you to THINK it is!

    Anybody think for just a second would know that “space” can’t exist. If there was really a vacuum, all the air would get suck out and we would all DIE! And you sure couldn’t GO there, like the so called “moon landing”. Science proves that if so called “astronauts” went in a vacuum they would evaporate and there would be NOTHING LEFT. No “space suit” will protect you from that!

    Please use your brains, people! Why can’t anybody do that anymore? What has happened to the world that everybody is so DUMB now!!!

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