WHATS YOUR STAND ON PLUTO BEING KICKOUT AS A PLANET

@moneymind (10520)
Philippines
August 31, 2006 11:50pm CST
WHY IS IT THAT only NOW THESE SCIENTIST DECLARED PLUTO NOT A PLANET. WHAT WILL BE THE EFFECT OF THIS IN OUR EDUCATION SYSTEM, IN LITERATURE AND ARTS AS WELL AS OUR CULTURE.
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@ahrdwrkr (690)
• United States
30 Nov 06
If it was decided that "objects" that small are not to be classified as planets, then that should have been for in the FUTURE. I do not agree with "demoting" Pluto after all these years. I think it was a mistake.
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@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
30 Nov 06
it was their mistake clasifying it before as a planet any way... greetings. : )
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@sanell (2113)
• United States
11 Sep 06
I am not really sure I understand why it is that Pluto is now no longer a planet. I would think that we are adding more planets not taking their status away. maybe it is just too small or something.
• India
28 Nov 06
i dont understand much,sorry,cant comment
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
28 Nov 06
no problem maniac, just do not go on maiacing okay...
@khysnews (743)
• Indonesia
30 Nov 06
why pluto?
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
30 Nov 06
my guess is that it became irregular to the eyes of those called experts about planets. greetings. : )
@mihai80 (865)
• Romania
29 Nov 06
Whaat?? I know Pluto (IPA: /'plu?t??/), designated (134340) Pluto in the Minor Planet Center catalogue, is the second-largest known dwarf planet in the solar system. It orbits between 29 and 49 AU from the Sun, and was the first Kuiper Belt Object to be discovered. Approximately one-fifth the mass of the Earth's Moon, Pluto is primarily composed of rock and ice.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
30 Nov 06
okay thats some good research..
• India
29 Nov 06
space - space
it wont be kicked out a a planet i think.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
29 Nov 06
it was already voted out as a planet.. greetings. : )
• India
27 Nov 06
I LOVE PLUTO...I THINK THEY SHULD GIVE PLUTO BACK ITS FORMER GLORY
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
28 Nov 06
yeah that would be nice but it seems it won't happen. greetings. : )
@neon2000 (2761)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
I really don't know why Pluto has been kicked out as planet. I am learning here why...
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
well we are all here trying to learn some thing plus of course the money..... have fun. greetings. : )
@naha123 (1266)
• India
1 Nov 06
In our hindu mytholgy there are nine planets, and till now they are calling like that only. so its not going to affect anyone
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
thats good to know at least there are still some considering it what is it till now. thanks for participating. greetings. : )
@vbembot (749)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
there is going to be a lot of changes. in the books, and other literature notes erasing pluto from the list of planets.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
thats very true and it would cost huge amount of money. thank you for responding. greetings. : )
• United States
1 Nov 06
i think its dumb after all this time..to me pluto is still a planet LOL
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
really dumb, for so long it was a planet and for just hours of debate it was gone to not a planet. thank you for responding. greetings. : )
@econger (164)
• United States
1 Nov 06
I think it's just silly. And just such a strange thing to have happen. Poor Pluto, all the way out there by itself and segregated from the other "real" planets. LOL
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
more strange is for this so called experts to come up with such idea after a very long time. thanks for participating. greetings. : )
@cburtz (282)
• United States
1 Nov 06
It is stupid! I don't understand why they just couldn't leave well enough alone! It was just a room full of people with nothing better to do then debate about pluto.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
yeah.... debating for thier mistakes to come up with another one.... some experts huh... thank you for participating. greetings. : )
• Pakistan
1 Nov 06
pluto - pluto
i think that was never here in solar system, its all on NASA
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
yeah..... kind of dumb science huh.... thank you for your input. greetings. : )
@sevenseas (754)
• United States
1 Nov 06
I think it's dumb that I had to learn something that now is being said isn't true. I guess all the science books will have to be rewritten which will cost a whole lot of money. I think they should've just let the whole thing go. It makes no difference either way anyway.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
planet no more - planet
plus the reorientation of science teachers about the planets would add up to the cost of all this demoting issue about pluto. thank you for participating. greetings. : )
@rmuxagirl (7559)
• United States
30 Oct 06
I don;t think Pluto should be taken off the list. If it is then some of the other "planets" that was recently discuovered like Sena, should be taken off the list. And like you said moneymind, why now say it isn't a planet, how long have scientists been studing these planets and space and this wasn't though of until now. So much in education will be changed like the way to remember the planet hehe. Text books are going to be changed, and retaught.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
and that would cost plenty of money to do, just imagine all science text books that has some thing to do with planets will be change plus the reorientation of teachers..... thanks for praticipating. greetings. : )
@Smclin1 (325)
• United States
6 Oct 06
Why do they want to kick it out now? Kind of late for that, isn't it? Like if they found out that Hitler was a Natzi twenty years after the war. Now, all it's going to cause is uproar in education, with people having different views and being taught different things. I think that for most people, Pluto is now and always will be a planet.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
pluto - planet
to add more to that, it will cost the government some amount of money upgrading all the science text books for schools and also the reorientation of teachers.
@flowerchilde (12534)
• United States
1 Oct 06
Scientists have quite a few things wrong.
@moneymind (10520)
• Philippines
1 Nov 06
sad to say they still kick out pluto out of the planet list. thank you for responding. greetings. : )
@tsprabhu (705)
• India
7 Dec 06
When I was a kid I was deducted marks for missing Pluto in the Planets' list! But now Scientists are supporting me, hehe
@dhirajtvm (424)
• India
14 Sep 06
pluto shldnt have been kicked out frm the planetary list.. its going to make a whole lot of things difficult!!!