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#15 - stgfilitov
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(12/31/2013) [-]
Doesn't 1 pound of anti matter equal 100,000 pounds? I mean, damn that's a strong shelf.
#67 to #15 - junkjack
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(01/01/2014) [-]
Thats dark matter that you are thinking of.
#65 to #15 - roegath
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(01/01/2014) [-]
No, but anti-matter does have the explosive force of around 42 megatons per kilo.
#58 to #15 - lolchris
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(01/01/2014) [-]
a pound of antimatter is a pound of antimatter. The different thing is the volume that it occupes
#45 to #15 - dubslao
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(01/01/2014) [-]
that is like "what weighs more, a ton of bricks or a ton of feathers?"
#40 to #15 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
NO ONE GOT THE ******* FUTURAMA REFERENCE WHAT THE ****?
#88 to #40 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
can you link the episode, i wanna watch futurama now *sadface*
#89 to #88 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
I never watched that episode
mainly because the only chance to watch it in germany is... on tv. everything else is illegal.
#90 to #89 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
its illegal in america too, but that doesnt stop me
bc /r/firstworldanarchists
#91 to #90 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
man you sure are tough
i wish i could be as tough as you.
#93 to #91 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
youve never been to /r/firstworldanarchists so you dont get it
#94 to #93 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
I only go to /r/worldoftanks
#99 to #94 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
#100 to #99 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
...? I'm serious
I play WoT even though it's grindy as ****.
#101 to #100 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
#102 to #101 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
what
did i do something wrong?
#103 to #102 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
nothing, but try other games
not saying WoT is bad, but its not the best out there
#104 to #103 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
I play Planteside 2, LoL, Ac4, Splinter Cell Blacklist, Magicka, Hearthstone BETA, The Mighty quest for epic loot closed beta, gmod, just cause, airmech ETC.
I just like WoT as something i do when i have nothing else to do. I enjoy it because the mechanics are close to realism.
#106 to #104 - nubya
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(01/01/2014) [-]
oh cool beans, but since you only visit /r/worldoftanks i thought thats all you played
good thing you aren't a faggot
#107 to #106 - goobyman ONLINE
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(01/01/2014) [-]
naw man I only visit /r/worldoftanks because i was interested in just that reddit, the other ones... can't seem to find interesting things there. actually, i barely check.
#48 to #40 - tranquilizer
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(01/01/2014) [-]
I did
#41 to #40 - stgfilitov
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(01/01/2014) [-]
I'm disappointing even though I ****** up on the reference.
#39 to #15 - rokkarokkaali
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(01/01/2014) [-]
And 1 pound of bricks is heavier than 1 pound of feathers.
#46 to #39 - moakstryker
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(01/01/2014) [-]
Wrong. A pound of bricks and a pound of feathers weigh the same. There are just a lot more feathers in the single pound because they are less dense than a brick, and therefore are affected by gravity less. (The science here may be a little wrong, like I may have messed up a word, but otherwise I'm pretty sure I got it right.)
#52 to #46 - rokkarokkaali
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(01/01/2014) [-]
I'm 10000000% serious right now
#49 to #46 - oosime
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(01/01/2014) [-]
i mean, its not like the guy was joking or anything.
#31 to #15 - doctorworm
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(12/31/2013) [-]
antimatter is matter that is opposite in charge but equal in mass.. like and electron and positron...
#33 to #31 - anon
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(01/01/2014) [-]
weeeell.... sorta.

in most cases, the difference between particle and antiparticle is the opposite quark alignment. this obviously doesn't apply with anti fermions and bosons, but it does with hadrons (protons, antiprotons, neutrons, antineutrons, etc.)
#29 to #15 - fadetometallica
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(12/31/2013) [-]
1 pound of anything equals one pound

Science
#27 to #15 - myfourthaccount
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(12/31/2013) [-]
No
#25 to #15 - iamphoenix
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(12/31/2013) [-]
1 pound of antimatter equals 1 pound. There's no difference in density between a particle and its antiparticle.
#43 to #25 - folkflunky
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(01/01/2014) [-]
Even though I'm sure he's doing a Futurama reference, I'm guessing that if he said it seriously he meant that antimatter is so heavy that one pound is minuscule.
#16 to #15 - thatguyontheright
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(12/31/2013) [-]
You're thinking of Dark Matter
#20 to #16 - waaw
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(12/31/2013) [-]
Also that isn't true either
#21 to #20 - thatguyontheright
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(12/31/2013) [-]
futurama
#22 to #21 - waaw
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(12/31/2013) [-]
#17 to #16 - stgfilitov
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