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About ykickamoocow

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  • Birthday 05/19/1988

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  1. You Don't Need A Gun

    Ive decided that i desperately need a gun. Im going on a Pope hunt
  2. Speak You're Branes

    Every country has its wack jobs. http://www.godhatesamerica.com/ http://www.godhatesfags.com/ http://www.godhatessweden.com/ http://www.godhatescanada.com/
  3. Comedy Sketches

    Massive Bump. I found this video today supposedly from the Australian government trying to convince Australians that its a good idea to invade New Zealand
  4. Coulthard Goes

    The World is mourning today as the best character in formula 1 retires. Now all the F1 paddock is left with are mindless robots like Hamilton and Raikkonen. He is my favourite driver so it is a sad day for me but it isnt like it is unexpected as 37 is a rather old in formula 1 terms. I hope he gest a job in the media as a formula 1 would be worse of without Coulthard who like i said eariler is one of the only drivers in modern formula 1 who has a personality. Coulthard had a great career and he has the record for most wins by a British driver and most points by a British driver which isnt bad. Coulthard is a proven race winner and has managed to win in uncompetitive cars which is the true sign of skill. On another note it shows how long its been since Senna's death as Coulthard was Williams test driver when Senna died so Coulthard took Senna's race seat afew Grand Prix later. Then Coulthard was a young man begining his career and now he is 37 years old and about to retire.
  5. You Don't Need A Gun

    A gun would have been a worse thing for this monster to have. Im just glad they caught him and he will spend the rest of his life in a tiny gaol cell.
  6. Two Words

    I know next to nothing about Basketball but i do recall hearing on the news that Harry Kewell is no longer Australia's highest paid sportsman and he has been replaced by someone who plays in the NBA. Basketball in Australia is dying at a very fast rate.
  7. Top Gear Is Back!!

    Hey. I wont hear anything negative about Gladiators. It may not be the most intellectual show around but its good light hearted entertainment. Plus one of my favourte ex Footballers is one of the Gladiators as well as a Russian/Australian pole volter who ive always liked
  8. Top Gear Is Back!!

    They are also aking a Australian version. The hosts got announced afew weeks ago and it will be airing after the Olympics.
  9. Astronomers Find 'super-earths'

    Astronomers find 'super-Earths' - Trio of "super-Earths" orbiting nearby star - Suggests Earth-like planets may be very common - Planets discovered are bigger than Earth RESEARCHERS today said they discovered a batch of three "super-Earths" orbiting a nearby star, and two other solar systems with small planets as well. They said their findings, presented at a conference in France, suggest that Earth-like planets may be very common. "Does every single star harbour planets and, if yes, how many?" asked Michel Mayor of Switzerland's Geneva Observatory. "We may not yet know the answer but we are making huge progress towards it," Mr Mayor said in a tatement. The trio of planets orbit a star slightly less massive than our Sun, 42 light-years away towards the southern Doradus and Pictor constellations. A light-year is the distance light can travel in one year at a speed of 300,000km per second - or about 9.5 trillion kilometres. The planets are bigger than Earth - one is 4.2 times the mass, one is 6.7 times and the third is 9.4 times. They orbit their star at extremely rapid speeds - one whizzing around in just four days, compared with Earth's 365 days, one taking 10 days and the slowest taking 20 days. Mayor and colleagues used the High Accuracy Radial velocity Planet Searcher or HARPS, a telescope at La Silla observatory in Chile, to find the planets. More than 270 so-called exoplanets have been found. Most are giants, resembling Jupiter or Saturn. Smaller planets closer to the size of Earth are far more difficult to spot. None can be imaged directly at such distances but can be spotted indirectly using radio waves or, in the case of HARPS, spectrographic measurements. As a planet orbits, it makes the star wobble very slightly and this can be measured. "With the advent of much more precise instruments such as the HARPS spectrograph ... we can now discover smaller planets, with masses between 2 and 10 times the Earth's mass," said Stephane Udry, who also worked on the study. The team also said they found a planet 7.5 times the mass of Earth orbiting the star HD 181433 in 9.5 days. This star also has a Jupiter-like planet that orbits every three years. Another solar system has a planet 22 times the mass of Earth, orbiting every four days, and a Saturn-like planet with a three-year period. "Clearly these planets are only the tip of the iceberg," said Mr Mayor. "The analysis of all the stars studied with HARPS shows that about one third of all solar-like stars have either super-Earth or Neptune-like planets with orbital periods shorter than 50 days." http://www.news.com.au/story/0,23599,23873...5011761,00.html ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ I decided to post this as i find astronomy and life on other planets to be a fascinating topic. I honestly believe that within my lifetime we will find life on other planets. It may only be single celled organisms but i do believe that it exists as the bulding blocks of life (atleast on earth) are far too common for life to have only been created on 1 planet in the entire universe. Life is out there and all we need is the technology to find it and abit of luck aswell.
  10. When I Become Prime Minister/president/bird King

    You dont really mean that. Deep down all New Zealanders love Australia as we validate your existance
  11. Sven-goran Eriksson To Take Charge Of Mexico

    Dont be so sure. This is Australia's defence at the moment
  12. Sports You Follow/teams You Support

    Captain Kirk (Brett Kirk) is a buddhist and in his last visit to Australia Kirk gave the Dalai Lama a signed Swans guensey.
  13. Sports You Follow/teams You Support

    I thought id bring this thread back from the dead. My sports team (Sydney Swans) has some powerful friends The Dalai Lama and if the Dalai Lama isnt powerful enough. Here is a American religious figure
  14. Fuel Prices - Compare The Countries

    Its not so much funding but more to do with legislation. Currently i think there is a law in place which limits the percentage of ethanol allowed in unleaded petrol.
  15. When I Become Prime Minister/president/bird King

    I just saw the tv ratings for this week and ive come up with another thing i will do when i become Prime Minister. - I will instruct the CSIRO (Australian Commonwealth Scientific and Research Organisation) to develop a way to shoot low level radiation through television sets throughout Australia. Anyone who watches "Australia's funniest home video show" will get a burst of low level radiation at them which will render them competely sterile.