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Originally posted by Xenographer
Yeah... the moon and the sun are very different things.
A NOTE FOR WHOEVER PENNED THAT ARTICLE:
The moon is the round white one that looks like a toenail clipping sometimes. The sun is the big yellow one that goes away inexplicably at night, and hurts when you look at it.
If Venus passed between Earth and the Moon twice per century, then we would never have existed... it'd create a gravity well that would suck most everything off both planets...
Don't cross the streams.
Originally posted by RANT
Easier for Venus to pass between the Earth and Moon than for a rich man to get into heaven.
But then again, it's easier for a rich man to become president than get a camel to wipe it's butt.
What's really hard is getting eye of needle, camel, Venus, moon, rich man, President and butt all in one sentence.
Oh I just did.
Originally posted by DarkHelmet
It's impossible for Venus to pass in-between the Earth and moon. For 1, they are on different orbital paths, and 2, Venus probably wouldn't be able to make it through the gap without colliding with either earth or the Moon.