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What Do You Mean It's Not?

I've grown up writing tests, drawig diagrams, even building models with Pluto firmly in the planets of the Solar System. Call me a rebel, call me old-fashioned, but no matter what those scientists say Pluto will always be a planet to me.

bracingthetide bracingthetide 16-17, F 3 Responses May 15, 2007

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Scientists, smientists, socallientists, call it a mite, a baby, a space cadet. I don't care. It is there, therefore it deserves our considerations. I like Pluto. I hope it stays. We need Pluto. Huray PLUTO!!

Scientists are always changing their minds. Of course, Pluto is a planet. It's our baby planet and we love it. One day, scientists will agree with us.

Hehe, interesting :)<br />
Well, planet or no planet, doesn't matter much to me: it is just the definition of a word. Just because Scientists change the definition doesn't mean that it has to change for any of us! <br />
I want pluto to be a planet; the more planets the better! :D<br />
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I wonder whether Pluto one day will collide with Neptune... Then that will teach the scientists a lesson :)<br />
Haha, ironically, I want to become a physicist :P