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Wednesday, November 21, 2012

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Or It's a Space Station and We Have Days to Live

Orphan. Starless. Rogue. Alien. Planet.
—Remember, however lonely your holiday may be, it's better than that celebrated by CFBDSIR2149, drifting aimlessly through space and time and memory.



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MELANCHOLIA

carolinaclay

Waooow!!! Really very cool site of blogs.@y

Decca

Oh, Philippe Delorme. You put it so poetically and sadly.

fondue with cheddar

Cold
Friendless
Blue
Depressed
Sad
Isolated
Rejected
2149

TARDIStime

@fondue with cheddar
BlUUUuuuuUUUuuuueee
The Most Human Colour
BlUUuuUUUuue
The Most Human Colour

fondue with cheddar

@TARDIStime Is that an obscure reference or am I just oblivious? Is it a song?

TARDIStime

@fondue with cheddar
"Blue Lips" - Regina Spektor

fondue with cheddar

@TARDIStime Now I know! (and knowing is half the battle)

Punk-assBookJockey

It's a hard knock life for Little Orphan Plannie.

EpWs

"a planet that has been ejected from its native system"

GUYS we have to go call Pluto back before it runs away!

KatnotCat

Obligatory: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uhSYbRiYwTY

I don't know much about space, but I know what it's like to be alone, little planet.

Julia duMais

One 2011 study, for example, estimated that rogue worlds outnumber "normal" planets with obvious host stars by at least 50 percent throughout the Milky Way.

Okay, if they outnumber planets with host stars than wouldn't that make orphan planets the normal ones? Maybe that's what the scare quotes are meant to suggest, but I'm still just going to register my disapproval anyway.

fondue with cheddar

Rogue worlds are important! How else would the paladin and mage worlds make it through all the space dungeons?

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