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Why do Thai people refer to us Farang as the Aliens? The Alien shall report to immigration every 90 days. 

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21 minutes ago, Monkeyrobot said:

Why do Thai people refer to us Farang as the Aliens? The Alien shall report to immigration every 90 days. 

lively aliens always return again and again...

 

a farang fruit drops off the tree, and rots where it lays

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Rumor is there have been millions of other civilizations similar to humans that died off well before they discovered the technology for interspace travel.

 

#infants  

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8 hours ago, webfact said:

the comet - dubbed C/2019 Q4 by astronomers - would become only the second such body ever observed by scientists.

Oumuamua wasn't a comet and if C/2019 Q4 is structurally similar, it isn't a comet either. 

http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/ask/181-What-is-the-difference-between-an-asteroid-and-a-comet-

 

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2 hours ago, Srikcir said:

Oumuamua wasn't a comet and if C/2019 Q4 is structurally similar, it isn't a comet either. 

http://coolcosmos.ipac.caltech.edu/ask/181-What-is-the-difference-between-an-asteroid-and-a-comet-

 

     Did you read the whole post? 

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         “...Karen Meech, an astronomer at the university whose team concluded that the object's size and tail of gas classify it as a comet.”

   Oumuamua was an elongated solid object with no dust and gas tail being blown off by the solar wind. 

    This object apparently has a gas/dust tail already forming. 

   Ergo....a comet. But what makes it unusual is that with it’s speed and trajectory, it appears it’s not one of our local comets from the Oort Cloud or Kuiper Belt. Looks like it’s from interstellar space like Oumaumua was....originating from another star system. 

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13 hours ago, Monkeyrobot said:

Why do Thai people refer to us Farang as the Aliens? The Alien shall report to immigration every 90 days. 

Because we don't originate from Planet Thailand!

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Uh-oh, I think my parents are coming to look for me!

 

 

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11 hours ago, Catoni said:

    This object apparently has a gas/dust tail already forming. 

   Ergo....a comet. But what makes it unusual is that with it’s speed and trajectory, it appears it’s not one of our local comets from the Oort Cloud or Kuiper Belt. Looks like it’s from interstellar space like Oumaumua was....originating from another star system. 

 

Tail, ... or matter from a propulsive braking system.

 

Oumaumua passed by Earth and went on it's way, though there was discussion of it accelerating on its way out. Borisov may be is coming to stay. Perhaps they didn't like what Oumaumua saw. Can't have TM30 is the local star group.

 

Distant%20visitor-4.jpg?itok=r_efaUJM

 

Oumaumua: the movie.

https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/1/1d/Comet_20171025-16_gif.gif

 

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If it passes over Thailand, remember to file TM6 at border, TM30 at every hamlet along the way and the comet must come down to do TM28's every 24 hours. If it crashes here, it's TM47 time after 90 days. TMTMTMTMTMTMTMTMThailaaaaan.

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On 9/13/2019 at 5:33 PM, Monkeyrobot said:

Why do Thai people refer to us Farang as the Aliens? The Alien shall report to immigration every 90 days. 

Yes, those racist Thais.  And making us report our address too.  Oh, hang on...

 

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In law, an alien is a person who is not a citizen or national of a given country, though definitions and terminology differ to some degree depending on the continent or region of the world. The term "alien" is synonymous to "foreign national"

 

 

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