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Do you know what doesn’t rain down upon other planets?

Do you know what doesn’t rain down upon other planets?



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  1. Diamonds are not that great. One of the most successful marketing ploys has convinced men that they need to shell out thousands for a ring with a diamond and it’s traditional and expected. It doesn’t need to be. Use that money as downpayment on the bride’s car or house for both of you. Supply is also artificially kept low to keep the pricing high. Diamond industry is one of the worst on human rights.

  2. tldr; Astronomers have discovered that the outermost planets of the solar system, Uranus and Neptune, may have a constant rain of diamonds under their outer layers. “Ice giants” may have rocky cores surrounded by elements that are compressed into exotic quantum states, which transition into a super-pressurized “soup” that generally thins out the closer you get to the surface. The dense diamond formations then drop through the layers of the mantle until it gets too hot, where they vaporise and float back up and repeat the cycle.

    *This summary is auto generated by a bot and not meant to replace reading the original article. As always, DYOR.*

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