talan12344 karma2012-07-05 20:24:59 UTC
Your answer was bringing a tear to my eyes until I read your user name. Then tears came for a different reason
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talan12316 karma2018-05-20 16:08:12 UTC
Neanderthal jokes: Is there ever a good time?
talan12314 karma2013-11-14 22:01:16 UTC
It does. Mars supposedly losses it 10x faster due to lack of magnetic field and less gravity or at least that was the last theory I read.
What is really interesting is why Venus has an atmosphere that is much thicker than Earth's?
It doesn't have a magnetic field and is the same mass size (approximately) of Earth yet is closer to the sun. The rate of decay is apparently nearly the same for all three planets; one ton per hour.
talan1238 karma2018-05-20 17:35:17 UTC
talan1232 karma2013-04-27 14:30:54 UTC
My dad was a Guardian Ad Litum, what do you think they could do better?
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