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Hillskill

Moderator/Games Reviewer
Why oh why oh why was Google not around when I was doing Homework :rotfl:
 

Iccz

Member
Nice idea, obviously still needs some work...

Pluto, Ceres, Kuiper Belt, Titan and Voyager are not planets and Pluto's orbit is not 6.4 days :D
 

CraigofScotland

Distinguished Member
im waiting for the internet to be renamed to google. When that happens, world peace will occurur, there will be no more hunger and iccz will get a girlfriend :D


jk mate, we all know you wont get one. :hiya:
 

jassco

Distinguished Member
Wow, add a new column for weight... apparently neptune only weighs 112 pounds.

The challenge is to find amusing columns to add now;)

*edit* apparently most of the planets are white/Caucasian when typing in ethnicity

*edit again*

Saturn. Orientation: Seat belts only - Rear facing 2nd row - Passenger side
 
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Iccz

Member
Wow, add a new column for weight... apparently neptune only weighs 112 pounds.

The challenge is to find amusing columns to add now;)

*edit* apparently most of the planets are white/Caucasian when typing in ethnicity
The problem with calculating the weight of a planet is the weight of something depends on the gravity. That is why there is an option for the Mass of the planets as that would be the proper question to ask.

Adding sex gives Jupiter as male, Venus as female and Uranus is superb :eek:
 

Jenn

Novice Member
Wow, add a new column for weight... apparently neptune only weighs 112 pounds.

The challenge is to find amusing columns to add now;)

*edit* apparently most of the planets are white/Caucasian when typing in ethnicity

*edit again*

Saturn. Orientation: Seat belts only - Rear facing 2nd row - Passenger side
Well apprently Jupiter is male, Venus is Female (no surprise there) and Uranus is superb :rolleyes: :rotfl:

EDIT: I'm too slow...
 
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nheather

Distinguished Member
I was quite impressed at first, but then when I tried to create new ones about areas I'm very familiar with I found quite a few errors.

Easy enough to spot when you know the subject well, but if I are using it for a subject I'm not familiar with I would not be confident with the info it returns.

Very nice idea though.

Cheers,

Nigel
 

Singh400

Distinguished Member
Wolfram Alpha does it much better, looks like Google is getting a little scared of the new search engine on the block :D
 

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