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hobie1616

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Go Left

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Now...Given that drawing is incredibly scientifically accurate - it comports well with all known and unknown evidence (except "Where does the sun go at night?") - the only question remains is: What keeps all that water the turtle is swimming in from draining away?

Oh, and what do the elephants eat?
 

Ishmael

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Now...Given that drawing is incredibly scientifically accurate - it comports well with all known and unknown evidence (except "Where does the sun go at night?") - the only question remains is: What keeps all that water the turtle is swimming in from draining away?

Oh, and what do the elephants eat?
The sun goes under the turtle at night.
The turtle is so massive it binds the water to itself with gravity.
The elephants don't eat, they absorb nutrients through their feet.
 

Steam Flyer

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Now...Given that drawing is incredibly scientifically accurate - it comports well with all known and unknown evidence (except "Where does the sun go at night?") - the only question remains is: What keeps all that water the turtle is swimming in from draining away?

Oh, and what do the elephants eat?
The sun goes under the turtle at night.
The turtle is so massive it binds the water to itself with gravity.
The elephants don't eat, they absorb nutrients through their feet.
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Who are you, who are so wise in the ways of science??
 

Go Left

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The sun goes under the turtle at night.
The turtle is so massive it binds the water to itself with gravity.
The elephants don't eat, they absorb nutrients through their feet.
And here my guess was that the sun is just a giant LED light and it blinks off at sunset and then blinks on at dawn. Kind of like a Lost Wages casino sign in reverse.
 
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