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Earth is NOT for sale, but costs £3,000,000,000,000,000
posted February 28 2011 21:14.01 by Giorgos Lazaridis

I know it sounds ridiculous, that is how i felt when i read this RSS from dailymail. Astrophysicist Greg Laughlin from the University of California, Santa Cruz, has created a formula to calculate the worth of a planet (???). This formula takes into consideration factors like he planetís age, size, temperature, mass and other vital statistics, and was used to evaluate the discoveries made by Nasaís ¬£600 million Kepler spacecraft. According to this formula, Mars is as cheap as ¬£10,000, and Venus costs less than a penny. If you have a penny to spare, it will sure worth this purchase! Read the original post here.

[Link: dailymail]
Tags: ridiculous   crazy story   space related   science   

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