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* Illustration: Justin Gabbard * 1 // It's black
Well, it's really more of a dark gray. The moon appears white because we have no point of comparison in the night sky. It's an optical illusion. If there were a truly white object next to it, the moon would look quite dingy.

2 // It has dust storms
Astronauts report that plumes of particles rise off the lunar surface at dusk and dawn—even though there's no wind. How? One theory is that solar radiation creates an electrostatic charge that lofts the dust into space.

3 // It's from here
The leading explanation of lunar origin, the so-called big whack hypothesis , posits that the orb was created when a planet-sized object slammed into Earth, knocking off a cloud of vaporized rock that eventually condensed into the moon.

For centuries we have been watching animals fight to the death for our entertainment: man vs. man, lions vs man, tigers vs panthers, wolverines vs warthogs and now, thanks to YouTube and high-def iPhones, insects vs. other insects.

It's a blood sport—more often than not these bug gladiatorial videos end with the death of one of the insects and, somewhat surprisingly, it's very popular (like mulit-million views popular.)

These aren't encounters filmed in the wild. Instead, these insects are either bought or found and put into a terrarium and forced to fight. There are thousands of these videos, some garner hundreds of thousands to millions of views and come from all across the globe. In this world you can find whatever you want: a wasp taking on a millipede; a tarantula taking on a dung beetle; hell, you can even find black widow taking on a scorpion. They run the gamut in style as well: some have commentary while others are deathly silent, a few are filmed on expensive cameras but a good portion are clearly filmed on your creepy neighbour's iPhone 6.

* Illustration: Justin Gabbard * 1 // It's black
Well, it's really more of a dark gray. The moon appears white because we have no point of comparison in the night sky. It's an optical illusion. If there were a truly white object next to it, the moon would look quite dingy.

2 // It has dust storms
Astronauts report that plumes of particles rise off the lunar surface at dusk and dawn—even though there's no wind. How? One theory is that solar radiation creates an electrostatic charge that lofts the dust into space.

3 // It's from here
The leading explanation of lunar origin, the so-called big whack hypothesis , posits that the orb was created when a planet-sized object slammed into Earth, knocking off a cloud of vaporized rock that eventually condensed into the moon.

For centuries we have been watching animals fight to the death for our entertainment: man vs. man, lions vs man, tigers vs panthers, wolverines vs warthogs and now, thanks to YouTube and high-def iPhones, insects vs. other insects.

It's a blood sport—more often than not these bug gladiatorial videos end with the death of one of the insects and, somewhat surprisingly, it's very popular (like mulit-million views popular.)

These aren't encounters filmed in the wild. Instead, these insects are either bought or found and put into a terrarium and forced to fight. There are thousands of these videos, some garner hundreds of thousands to millions of views and come from all across the globe. In this world you can find whatever you want: a wasp taking on a millipede; a tarantula taking on a dung beetle; hell, you can even find black widow taking on a scorpion. They run the gamut in style as well: some have commentary while others are deathly silent, a few are filmed on expensive cameras but a good portion are clearly filmed on your creepy neighbour's iPhone 6.

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* Illustration: Justin Gabbard * 1 // It's black
Well, it's really more of a dark gray. The moon appears white because we have no point of comparison in the night sky. It's an optical illusion. If there were a truly white object next to it, the moon would look quite dingy.

2 // It has dust storms
Astronauts report that plumes of particles rise off the lunar surface at dusk and dawn—even though there's no wind. How? One theory is that solar radiation creates an electrostatic charge that lofts the dust into space.

3 // It's from here
The leading explanation of lunar origin, the so-called big whack hypothesis , posits that the orb was created when a planet-sized object slammed into Earth, knocking off a cloud of vaporized rock that eventually condensed into the moon.


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