which is smallest, earth, the sun, venus, paris, pacific ocean, jupiter?

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Answered: How far is the grand canyon from the pacific ocean?

It's about 500 miles driving distance from the Grand Canyon to the Pacific Ocean at Newport Beach (near Los Angeles).

Answered: Francesco Bruno unforgotten.

The history of Francesco Bruno is not hard to locate. He was the leading mathematician of his time, founded numerous charities for displaced domestic servants, unwed mothers, and prostitutes who hoped to leave their former "profession." He was venerated in 1860 and beatified a saint by Pope John ...

Answered: I want to go to the deepest area of the PACIFIC OCEAN

The Mariana Trench is the deepest part of the Pacific Ocean. The Challenger Deep is the deepest spot known. It is south of Japan and east of the Philippines, near Guam.

Answered: How old is the earth

A little over 6,000 years! http://creation.com/age-of-the-earth

Answered: Oceans of Water Deep Beneath the Earth?

The Bible contains additional scripture to support this idea of a two chambered hollow earth. SEE COMMENT
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