Everyone knows how much I love Pluto (the planet, not the cartoon). I don’t care what anybody else says so if you ask me, I’m going to tell you that Pluto is a planet. I don’t care that lots of people say it isn’t just because Pluto’s orbit is oval and not round like the other planets in this solar system.
But you know, Pluto’s got a lot of heart. Yeah, for real it does.
And you know what else?
NASA scientists are saying that under Pluto’s beating heart maybe there’s a secret ocean hiding under the surface. Probably there’s a hundred kilometers of liquid water (which means, not ice) and a hundred kilometers of anything is sixty-two miles of that same thing (Aaron told me that).
One scientist even said that Pluto’s heart is like a cosmic lava lamp and if you never saw a lava lamp before, you should look it up on the Internet and watch a video of it. Then you’ll understand what that scientist probably means when he says that about Pluto.
And plus, Pluto’s heart takes up half of Pluto so maybe it’s a small planet, but it’s got a great big loving heart!
Just so you know, I’m not the only person on planet Earth that says Pluto is, too, a planet. The Science Advisory Board did a survey, and almost everybody in the survey said Pluto is a planet. I’m guessing they didn’t ask any NASA scientists that say Pluto isn’t a planet. But even if they did ask those scientists, they still got way out-voted so NASA should listen to us and say Pluto is a planet again. That would be the right thing to do!
Oh and just so you know, last week when I didn’t put up a blog entry, it wasn’t because I was getting consequenced. The password keepers of my blog (that’s my mom and Aaron) had the flu, so they weren’t going online so much at all. That’s what happened. I wasn’t in trouble.