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Posted by Michael Wright on August 23, 2001 09:12:14 UTC

Before there were humans, 4 billion years ago, were there nine planets? Yup. A number - 9. 9 planets existed before humans existed.

Yellow- or the wavelength of light that the eye interprets as yellow, was around loooong before us, right?


Mathematics can not only describe, but predict. This is a sign of success, no?

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