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NASA Discovered Seven New Planets, So You Know People Are Freaking the F Out

Welcome to... TRAPPIST-1f?

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That doesn't have the same ring to it. 

Yesterday, NASA announced the discovery of seven new planets that are in habitable zones and might even have water. You know what that means! ESCAPE.

Lots of people are using the discovery of a new, livable world as a second chance, a failsafe for this whole Earth experiment, which can we just agree has been a total failure? 

Check out how people are reacting:

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It's pretty safe to say this new addition is kind of a troll by NASA on believers in astrology. That doesn't mean this is a FAKE prank. NASA doesn't believe in astrology, they just pointed out a correction


via @NASA

For some people, it's a very confusing development! (Although some are still very secure in knowing their star sign)



via @dsweintraub_, @camerawhitt, @DanielleMNorman@alishasaith@PetitePasserine 

And here's a list of the new signs, if you want to have your world rocked. 


via @FantasyMinds

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NFL Player James Harrison Is Launching Kids Into Outer Space

Freak NFL athlete James Harrison has gained an avid following on Instagram for his absolutely insane workouts. The dude is a monster.

Recently, he's stepped out of the gym to show off his freakish strength by tossing his kids 25 feet into the air.

No diving board, no problem. James Harrison can toss children to the moon.

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NASA engineer and physicist Harold White is working on using the theory of relativity to travel at warp speed. The ship will be called IXS Enterprise, while he's still working on the math to prove it can be done, the concept art has already been completed by designer Mark Rademaker. In an interview with The Washington Post Rademaker explained the purpose behind the designs:

"We wanted to have a decent image of a theory conforming Warp ship to motivate young people to pursue a STEM career," Rademaker said in an e-mail interview. "It does have some Sci-Fi features that might never transfer to a possible final design, unless we really want to."