Aug. 28th, 2006

gemfyre: (Big Boom)
Everyone else has mentioned it and I guess I better record it here for prosperity.

Even though taxonomic changes happen in the plant and animal world pretty much every day (just ask me about lumps and splits within Australia's avifauna over the past 20 years).

Pluto is now officially no longer a planet. Don't worry guys! It's still there doing what it always did.

A rose by any other name is still Pluto.
gemfyre: (Big Boom)
Everyone else has mentioned it and I guess I better record it here for prosperity.

Even though taxonomic changes happen in the plant and animal world pretty much every day (just ask me about lumps and splits within Australia's avifauna over the past 20 years).

Pluto is now officially no longer a planet. Don't worry guys! It's still there doing what it always did.

A rose by any other name is still Pluto.

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