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Borsuc



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@vid: sorry my bad Embarassed, I thought you were talking about the Jupiter nuke thing Razz

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@revolution: Wow! Tardigrades are simply... I dunno, feel a bit magical. I mean how come they can withstand so much while even our tanks can't (just an example)? They have a force field or what? Laughing

How do they survive in a vacuum? They don't need resources to live? (air, water, whatever)

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just wanna share this video (so close to us)
http://www.dangl.at/2009/2009_dd45/2009_dd45.avi

luckily that thing doesn't hit us.
Post 05 Mar 2009, 11:39
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