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Cosmic Microwave Background Radiation
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The instrumentation previously used to create a map of detected microwave radiation is now known to diagram something else entirely. This image is now used to display a map of all awesome particles in the universe. The amount of particles in a specific area is now measured in awesome units, which equates to rougly 42.7 femtogram joule amperes per parsec chronon Newton picoliter.


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100% certain, yes. Lots of effort and research went into finding that number.

Comment by: Buckramega -- Date: 2008-09-07 13:41:35

are you sure that it's just 42.7 femtogram joule amperes per parsec chronon Newton picoliter, I thought it was a lot higher. Around 2.1 billion...

Comment by: Typewriter -- Date: 2008-09-02 17:05:11


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