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Saturn always resented the fact it can’t support life.
I LIKE THIS ONE
Well, I like you. Be my valentine?
This explains everything!
i think saturn’s close enough there to kill everything off anyways by distorting gravity and tides, no need to shoot a spitwad… but suspension of disbelief, we have no proof that saturn and earth weren’t once space classmates. if this is how the dinosaurs went, i’d be okay with it.
besides, considering that’s not pangea, this could be the future even!
The details, THE DETAILS. Damn haha
Pangea began breaking apart about 144 million years prior to the Chicxulub meteor impact (which was about 66 million years ago), so a map of the modern world would be a more accurate representation of the world when the dinosaurs went extinct than a map of Pangea.
So I AM right? YESSS!!!
And that is how Saturn got detention. No life sustaining atmosphere for naughty planets
If it was a galactic Catholic school, he’d get a couple lashes from an asteroid belt.
In a more liberal school though he’d just be sent to the time-out corner with Pluto.
In an American school he’d get off scott free, the sun would be get an ultimatum from proxima centauri, and earth would be the one in detention for bullying