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Desc:Recently unearthed lost episode of Cosmos
Category:Science & Technology, Nature & Places
Tags:meat, planet, pork, carl sagan, cosmos
Submitted:fatatty
Date:12/08/11
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Comment count is 22
Adham Nu'man
[slow clap]
chumbucket
poetic
chairsforcheap
this is the greatest video ever.
memedumpster
I would have cut off my right arm for an actual lost episode of Cosmos, so this video was a crushing disappointment. Five!
Robin Kestrel
[bong noises]

I was waiting for the obligatory Galileo shout-out and was not disappointed.
godot
Epic Meal Time guys can take some hints here.
Chalkdust
Inspiring!
Dread Pirate Roberts
Too many great quotes here... Gonna have to go with "Corrosive Flatulence".
Chalkdust
"it was formed fifteen billion years ago when an early god exploded or something"

twinkieafternoon
Would it be enriched, by adding spices?

No one can say.

fatatty
Yet when the spacecraft leapt back to the earth with a modest piece of extra-terrestrial steak, it was swallowed by a corrupt politician, drawn by a craving it can hardly articulate or understand.

Who among us cannot sympathize.

Syd Midnight
"pork volcano"

Squeamish
Five stars for being an incredibly clever and fun parody.

Another five for the near-seamless voice pasting.

An additional five for making me want to dig out my bong and watch the original Cosmos series again.
Jet Bin Fever
This is about my favorite video ever.
kennydra
There are no words to express the sheer joy I felt at watching this video. I laughed so hard, so many times. This is my 6th viewing and it is still just as funny.
The God of Biscuits
Cosmos is still relevant, 30 years later.
Menudo con queso
30? 30 years? Noooo, it can't possibly have been...fuck.

Caminante Nocturno
I can't put into words how this makes me feel.

Where did they get audio of Carl Sagan saying "flatulence"?! I don't remember that being in Cosmos.
godot
Audiobooks.

Vaidency
Breathtaking. Literally. I was having a hard time breathing by the end.
Sudan no1
Someone's got the munchies.
Syd Midnight
Back in the '70s it was assumed that an early god had exploded or something, but data from the Huygens has confirmed the prevailing theory for the origin of the meat planet: http://what-if.xkcd.com/4/
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