Is it not hard for you to put in the name of the planet that 99% of its people call it by?
In August 24, 2006.
There are 3 criteria to become a planet
Pluto did not meet the 3rd one.
So for people who says pluto a planet
PLUTO IS NOT A PLANET
in 2006 it was classified as a dwarf planet >:(
Elementary school terminology, like the lumping and splitting of celestial bodies into planets, asteroids and so forth is usually a matter of fashion and convenience and does not reveal some deeper truth, nor is it handed down from on high. Instead, when a previous taxonomy is no longer useful, it's modified or thrown out in favor of something that is more useful. The facts haven't changed and our understanding of them hasn't even changed; we've just found a more consistent way to describe things to schoolchildren.
That's one of the great things about science--it has a lot of problems but it also contains within its practice a mechanism for improvement on objective bases. It makes much more satisfying semantics than "Pluto is a planet because God said and it's always been that way", which leads nowhere intellectually.
You scored 8/8 = 100%
76% of test takers also scored 100%
The average score is 8
Your high score is 8
Your fastest time is 0:30
P.s I know that Pluto isn't a planet
FUN QUIZ BTW
and from that:
and from those:
If Pluto was still a planet it would be:
I'm younger than a 2006 baby, but I know quite some stuff for my age.
That does work though, but no one usually says period at the end. 1:13 seconds left.
took me a few attempts my first attempt was 1:22 (8 seconds)
So dwarf planets are still planets.
Therefore, Pluto is still a planet.
Copyright H Brothers Inc, 2008–2023
| Go To Top
| View Mobile Site