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Offline Snowcrash Topic starter
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Found this on Spaceweather site. I know Dave will get it. For you others, I'm referencing the "PETUNIAS FALL FROM THE EDGE OF SPACE" bit.

http://www.spaceweather.com/archive.php?view=1&day=21&month=07&year=2013
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Offline Freddy
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SOunds a bit HHGTTG...
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Offline DaveMorton
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Comfort the Disturbed! Disturb the Comfortable!

That was an exceedingly cool article, dampened only very slightly by the fact that the Infinite Improbability Drive® made the petunias and the whale out of nuclear missiles, not over Earth, but over the planet of Magrathea. Still, it was a great homage to the Father of Arthur Dent, the Vogons, and Marvin, the Paranoid Android. thumbsup

Plus, it was cool science. Cheesy
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