I have talked about this a few times now.. and I will keep talking about it because subjectively… I feel It is a planet and I don’t care what science has to say about it. Science can take aback seat to my childhood. Science can in fact go focus on something else, take the funds we use defending Pluto Being a Dwarf and make it go into something useful like astronaut ice cream for all.
Pluto is the front line of defense, its orbit sends it out to check the borders of our home system then comes back in to report on whats going on. How would we know if something was coming if not for Pluto’s diligence in defending out borders? One of the reasons Pluto lost its membership in the planetary society is because it didn’t clear out Charon… First off they have been buddies since Planetary Preschool and Second… EVERYONE deserves a sidekick, a buddy, a pal… someone to talk to.
Pluto has been, and always will be my Friend. Also It’s a Planet… I have a shirt saying so, there is a string planetary lights in my house with Pluto on them. I feel that this systematic attack on Pluto’s rights as a celestial planet to be cowardly, immoral, opportunistic… and MEAN SPIRITED.
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