Talk:Eternium

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Eternium

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Imaging that the universe is an orange. without cutting it open, find the centre (hint: any part of the surface of the orange is correct). As you can see, there are only galaxies on the surface of the universe, which is round; so there is no wrong answer. You are the centre of the universe, and so am I and so are the residents of Decapod 10 (and let's not forget: Planet Eternium a centre of the universe, but not the centre of the universe. I know it's insane and impossible to traslate it from Mad-scientific to english. --Zoidberg 22:11, 11 January 2008 (PST)

Yeah, we are quite aware of that. But what is next? You are going to point that odours or sound cannot travel through space? The joke about the planet is that it is in the exact centre of the universe, without there really being one. In other words; its location is completely unknown. --SvipTalk 05:47, 12 January 2008 (PST)
While you can not see the centre of a whole orange, you instinctively know that as a spheroid it is somewhere inside the skin. - Quolnok 18:47, 12 January 2008 (PST)

Not Necessarily. There are galaxies only on thew surface, but not center of the universe. The inside of the orange is vast nothingness, whereas the peel is dotted with stars and galaxies. there is no such thing as nothing, but the center of the universe is sure close. I don't mean to complain about it, but I wanted everybody to know.--Zoidberg 17:00, 15 January 2008 (PST)

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Isn't there some mention about 'when the big bang happened, Planet Eternium was already in it's teens' or something like that. Maybe that should be included in this wiki? I'll check the episode again to make sure. 91.108.198.62 10:48, 18 April 2008 (PDT)

That is mentioned in the Nibblonians article, since it is their race which is mentioned as been seventeen years old and not the planet itself. --SvipTalk 04:11, 19 April 2008 (PDT)