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...of course the Obama administration saw this coming and gave absolutely zero fucks.

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This is awesome.

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When we present knowledge as more certain than it is, we discourage curiosity.
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Happy Labor Day!
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From +Bernie Sanders +Bernie 2016    #berniesanders  today.  Just awesome.   #feelthebern  

"Let me tell you another thing. This campaign doesn’t have a Super PAC, and I don’t spend a lot of time asking rich people to contribute to our campaign. And even if I did, it would probably be a tremendous waste of time.

We will sink or swim based on what we get from the working families of this country. And I could not be more proud of the way we’ve funded our political revolution."

Donate here:

https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/lets-go-bernie?refcode=homepage_main_nav
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To add some context, the changing Sun will render the Earth inhabitable within the next 3 billion years, as it expands into its red giant phase.  It will completely envelope the Earth sometime after that.  Finally, at around the 7 to 8 billion years mark, the mass that made up the red giant that was our Sun expands into a planetary nebula as the red giant goes through a series of oscillations, and then eventually disperses into space.  After that, right around the time the two galaxies are done merging, all that will be left is a white dwarf star, and any planets that survived.

In other words, if there is any one left still living here, they will get to see the beginnings of this, but not the end.
 
#Andromeda  The great collision. 

This is a series of photos produced by NASA predicting the merger between the Milky Way and our neighboring Andromeda galaxy as seen from Earth. The series begins in the top left at present day, and ends at the bottom right 7 billion years from now.

At this moment, the Andromeda Galaxy is approximately 2.5 million light years away from where we are sitting at this moment. In addition, our neighboring spiral galaxy is hurtling towards us at an astonishing 250,000 miles per hour. These calculations were made possible thanks to the Hubble Space Telescope and the Dopplar Effect. Don't worry though, its going to take about 4 billion years for Andromeda to reach us.

When the galaxies merge, NASA predicts that the stars in each galaxy are so far apart that they will not collide, but be thrown into different orbits around a new galactic center.

Talk about a firework show.

http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/hubble/science/milky-way-collide.html
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The only position he's actually fit for.  The original post had this attached and it goes very nicely: http://www.prosebeforehos.com/word-of-the-day/05/29/tea-party-rules-of-acquisition/
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