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Usually there's so much light pollution in big cities that people can't see the stars at night, so when they experience major power failures and suddenly see the Milky Way for the first time they have no idea what it is. In the US people even tend to call the police on the Milky Way.

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23rd November 2018
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19 days ago #9799957        
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So that is why Trump wanted a Spaceforce.

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19 days ago #9800040        
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In fairness at least he's trying to protect his...friend? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯


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Dorsai

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16 days ago #9800571        
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Laugh now, but we all know who you'll call for help when the Milky Way really does attack.


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19 days ago #9800106        
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@SchrodySweden I guess you can say America’s... “shooting stars.”


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19 days ago #9799951        
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This isn't true at all. This is a reference to something that supposedly happened during a 1994 blackout in Los Angeles, but in that instance they were calling local observatories not the police.

I do like that America's first instinct when confronted with potential danger, is to protect Norway and buy time for him to get away and call for help.

19 days ago #9800060        
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To be fair, we Americans are calling the police on a lot of stupid stuff lately. So...yeah, why shouldn't the Milky Way be one of them?


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19 days ago #9799977        
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If you want to see a Milky Way, just go to your local grocery store. They cost just a few cents each!


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17 days ago #9800453        
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Silly Norway, the Milky Way is where the government hides the aliens

16 days ago #9800727        
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As an english person surrounded by light pollution it took me nearly 50 years to see the milky way, I was in a holiday house halfway up a mountain near the border with Slovenia, I have seen pictures but the real thing just takes your breath away, you feel utterly insignificant!
If you are like me and drowned in light, put it on your bucket list, it's a simple one and shouldn't cost a fortune to achieve but will stay with you your entire life.


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19 days ago #9800050        
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I’ve heard of this happening it’s just so ridiculous


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