How is Pluto not a planet?
January 14, 2022 (5d ago)
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Senechal
4 days ago

“Planet” is an arbitrary classification. It has to do with an arbitrary size cutoff, and the group of similar objects to which it belongs. Ceres is not a planet either. It’s an asteroid. Pluto is a large member of the Oort cloud objects… so it’s also not a planet. Could it be argued otherwise? Of course. It’s arbitrary.

Senechal
4 days ago

Unclear grounds for arrest. Deprivation of civil liberties. No due process. Indefinite periods of internment. Arbitrary extra-judicial grounds for release. Yeah, it’s a concentration camp by the exact definition of concentration camps.

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