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I used to beleive that the northern lights were a set of lights of various colours that flew around the earth.

Anon
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I used to believe that the world was solid and that the stars were the little holes that the astronauts would use to get out to outer space.

Don
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Once when i was five, i was outside and the moon was out. I would walk down our sidewalk and watch the moon from the corner of my eye. I always believed that the moon followed me. So I would run back and forth in our yard, trying to escape it!

saRAh
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I used to believe that the reason I always saw the moon outside at night when riding home in a car was because the moon was following us home. Stalker moon? Creepy much?

Chelsea
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when i was little, my dad told me that the moon is chasing me..quite cool~

lily
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When I was little, my dad used to say that sometime we'd "sleep under the stars." I had this picture in my head of literally sleeping right up underneath a star, possibly in some kind of hammock-like-thing. In my head, the stars would be huge, bright and shiny, but perfectly cool. One day I asked my dad when we'd sleep under the stars, and he said something like, "We did, remember?" He was referring to a recent night when we'd all camped out in tents in the yard. I was a little disappointed, but I got over it.

Amy DeK
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i used to believe that there was a light bulb in the moon and when i grew up, i wanted to be the person that had to change it.

Anon
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there was this girl in my grade 12 history class who asked the question when the class got off topic, "Is the sun like a planet, like can you land on it" me and my friends laughed so hard.

Jason
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I thought the airport was a place that you get chopped into pieces in order to go to outer space! lol!!!

I don't know why you get chopped...
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I used to believe that the earths rotation meant that we were rolling closer to the sun and someday we will be squished by the sun because we got too close.

I know better now!
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I used to believe that if I threw hard enough, I could get a penny to land on the moon, after watching something about some fake story on a wedding ring being found on the moon. So I'd throw money up to the sky. The coins i couldn't find anymore I assumed made it.

Daniel Jessome
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I believed that my family and I lived on Earth, and the rest of the people lived in other planets, like Pluto and Mars and Saturn.

Joyce
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I used to think the creaters in the moon was the baby that was going to be born tomorrow. It always seemd to look like a baby.

Emma
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when i was younger and had those little bubbles that you blow i always believed that they were trying to go to outer space and that when they popped that is where they automatically appeared

bubblefreak
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When I was a kid, I thought the stars made the chirping noise the crickets make at night, The twinkling seemed to blend with the chirping, so I naturally thougth the stars made the noise.

Jim
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Until I was about 5 or 6 I used to believe that the area of the moon that you can't see when it's not full just wasn't there. I learned it from Bugs Bunny cartoons.

Brian
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i used to think the sun followed me every where

hollis
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Every night, to explain the darkness, I thought someone put the world in a box.

All the stars were air holes.

Anon
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I specifically remember looking out at the sky on our porch one night...it was cloudy, but the clouds blended in with the sky, and so I figured it was just a starless sky.

So I turn to my grandmother, and tell her "The stars ran out of batteries!"

Later on I found out that stars did not run on batteries at all, but it was fun to think while it lasted.

Katie H.
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One day a friend and I were playing in my backyard when we found a tomato worm. For those of you that have never seen one of these it looks like a large, green and thorny caterpiller. But We thought it was a baby alien and squished it with a stick before it could take over our brains

JewLea
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