The Drip Theory
By John Blandly
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Published: Jan. 12, 2012
Words: 1,399 (approximate)
John Blandly, actor, artist--astronomer? What the--? Okay, he has some scientific discoveries he'd like to share. Ever wonder why there is water on the north pole? That's the Drip Theory. Here are also statistics about the relationships of the polar tilts of the planets, rotational lock relationships, and Alpha Centauri.
Ever wonder why there is deep water covering the north pole and not the south pole? That's the Drip Theory. The fossil of that clam--why was that created? How about those excess galaxies? Why do we need them? Here are statistics about the relationships of the polar tilts of the planets, rotational locks, and Alpha Centauri.
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