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

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Answered: Francesco Bruno unforgotten.

I did not know that he was that hard to find. When one is burned to death for proclaiming the truth it is rather difficult to forget him. Of course this is the focal point of most of the mentions of him in history. Perhaps he is hard to find because his first name was not Francesco. Try ...

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: Oceans of Water Deep Beneath the Earth?

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

Answered: How old is the earth

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

Answered: Distance from Willits, CA to the Ocean?

California’s coastal is fall into Pacific Ocean, the nearest point where you can go from Willits, CA to is Caspar, CA and the distance between them is 38 miles / 60 km. Like this Sea Ranch is 92 miles / 149 km far away from the Willits.
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What will scientists learn from changes in ocean salt levels?

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What clothing would you wear on Jupiter

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