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    got Mars too.
    You scored 37% temperature (higher=warmer), 9% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 30% for the size of your planet.
    Sometimes I feel like I'm "on Mercury"-

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    I got Pluto.

    You scored 2% temperature (higher=warmer), 18% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 57% for the size of your planet.
    () 9w8-3w4-7w6 tritype.

    sCueI (primary Inquisition)

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    Neptune

    44% temperature (higher=warmer), 40% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 25% for the size of your planet.

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    Mercury
    You scored 59% temperature (higher=warmer), 34% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 18% for the size of your planet.

    From what I've gathered, you appear to prefer a planet that is hot and small, and has average gravity. You are in luck! I have a great home for you. It may have a bit less gravity than you were expecting, but your new planet is Mercury!
    Things will get kind of hot on your new planet as the temperature does go up to 800 F. You'll probably look forward to the cool nights where the temperature dips down to -270F. Each day last a long time though, and you'll probably only live for about 300 of them anyway. So things will probably be comfortable on Mercury for maybe 2 or 3 hours of your life.

    Only Pluto has less gravity than your new home. Anybody over 120 pounds on your new planet would probably be morbidly obese. Moving around on your new home will be very easy at first, but if you try to visit some friends on nearby Venus you'll be too weak to even stand up there. Don't be surprised if you notice that people start to grow bigger on Mercury too.

    Only half of Mercury's planet has been mapped, but if you are willing to wait until 2011, a new spacecraft is already on its way there. Fortunately, since Mercury is such a small planet, everyone will be near each other and working together to get the best technology in the whole solar system. You will form one Mercurian government, and Mercury-E-Marts will be in every shopping center. Other planets will fear your speedy planet and want to leave you alone. Enjoy your new home!
    I would actually love really low gravity! Yes!

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    Jupiter

    You scored 22% temperature (higher=warmer), 74% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 30% for the size of your planet.

    From what I've gathered, you appear to prefer a planet that is colder, smaller, and has lots of gravity. Well my friend, that planet does not exist. However I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at the planet I have found for you. It's a lot bigger than you were expecting, but your new home is Jupiter!

    The average temperature of your new home is a frigid -244 F. Don't count on any relief in the summer time, because Jupiter doesn't have any seasons. Time may not fly on Jupiter, but your days certainly will. They only last 10 Earth hours. Of course your years will go much slower. By the time you are 7 years old you will probably be ready for a nursing home.

    Make sure you are ready for the tremendous gravity on your new world. It's 250% of Earth's gravity. Expect to be under 4 feet tall by the end of your life with all that force dragging you down. It will take some getting used to.

    Since Jupiter is so massive, there will be many smaller communities throughout your world. Perhaps you may wish to live on its famous Great Red Spot. Actually, I noticed that you may want a planet that is more technologically advanced than Jupiter will be. It's so big that you will never have the convenience of a company like Walmart taking over your world. If that is your sort of thing, I suggest you check out one of Jupiter's many moons. My recommendation is Europa... there may even be water for you to drink and swim in beneath the moon's icy surface. Enjoy your new home!
    Damn, I kind of wanted one with low gravity. Ah well.
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    Venus
    There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.

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    Saturn
    You scored 33% temperature (higher=warmer), 37% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 73% for the size of your planet.

    Um, ok. This is just like some pointless existentialist test, right?

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    Jupiter
    You scored 16% temperature (higher=warmer), 62% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 82% for the size of your planet.
    From what I've gathered, you appear to prefer a planet that is colder, large, and has lots of gravity. You are in luck! I have the perfect planet for you. Your new home is Jupiter!
    The average temperature of your new home is a frigid -244 F. Don't count on any relief in the summer time, because Jupiter doesn't have any seasons. Time may not fly on Jupiter, but your days certainly will. They only last 10 Earth hours. Of course your years will go much slower. By the time you are 7 years old you will probably be ready for a nursing home.

    Make sure you are ready for the tremendous gravity on your new world. It's 250% of Earth's gravity. Expect to be under 4 feet tall by the end of your life with all that force dragging you down. It will take some getting used to.

    Since Jupiter is so massive, there will be many smaller communities throughout your world. Perhaps you may wish to live on its famous Great Red Spot. You won't have to worry about any sleazy Jupiter-Mart chains popping up all over your planet because it's too big for that. Even if it did, you could just move away from the mess. Speaking of which, you have some great vacation spots nearby. Jupiter has 63 identified satellites, and one of them, the moon Europa, might even have drinkable water beneath its surface. Enjoy your new home!

    I can't wait to become a dwarf
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    Mars

    You scored 37% temperature (higher=warmer), 28% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 30% for the size of your planet.


    From what I've gathered, you appear to prefer a planet that has an average temperature, is smaller, and has little gravity. You are in luck! I have the perfect home for you. Your new planet is Mars!
    The average temperature of your new home is a relatively mild -81 F. Once in a while things do get very nice on Mars, as the temperature can go up to almost 80 F if you are at the right spot. It's temperature is the most similar to Earth. Mars' gravity is less than half of Earth's. With the reduced gravity, movement will be easier for you there, but if you don't exercise, your body will quickly start to grow weak. Don't be surprised if you notice that people start to grow bigger on Mars too.

    Mars has been known since prehistoric times. Of course in the last few decades, spacecraft have actually landed on the planet's surface. Make sure you bring a lifetime supply of oxygen with you, as Mars' thin atmosphere is primarily just CO2. Assuming you work out that whole oxygen dilemma, you should live to about 40 Martian years old on your new home.

    Fortunately, since Mars is such a small planet, everyone will be near each other and working together to get the best technology in the whole solar system. You will form one Martian government, and Mars-E-Marts will be in every shopping center. Other planets will fear your Red Planet and want to leave you alone. Enjoy your new home!

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    Jupiter
    You scored 13% temperature (higher=warmer), 65% gravity(higher=more gravity), and 33% for the size of your planet.



    From what I've gathered, you appear to prefer a planet that is colder, smaller, and has lots of gravity. Well my friend, that planet does not exist. However I think you'll be pleasantly surprised at the planet I have found for you. It's a lot bigger than you were expecting, but your new home is Jupiter!

    The average temperature of your new home is a frigid -244 F. Don't count on any relief in the summer time, because Jupiter doesn't have any seasons. Time may not fly on Jupiter, but your days certainly will. They only last 10 Earth hours. Of course your years will go much slower. By the time you are 7 years old you will probably be ready for a nursing home.

    Make sure you are ready for the tremendous gravity on your new world. It's 250% of Earth's gravity. Expect to be under 4 feet tall by the end of your life with all that force dragging you down. It will take some getting used to.

    Since Jupiter is so massive, there will be many smaller communities throughout your world. Perhaps you may wish to live on its famous Great Red Spot. Actually, I noticed that you may want a planet that is more technologically advanced than Jupiter will be. It's so big that you will never have the convenience of a company like Walmart taking over your world. If that is your sort of thing, I suggest you check out one of Jupiter's many moons. My recommendation is Europa... there may even be water for you to drink and swim in beneath the moon's icy surface. Enjoy your new home!

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