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#212 - TheFixer
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(02/01/2013) [-]
SCIENCE CAN NOT MOVEFOWARD WITH OUT HEAPS.
#210 - brum
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(02/01/2013) [-]
PARADOX
I THOUGHT ABOUT IT TOO HARD AND IT HURTS
#187 - TheBigGummyBear
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Before I knew what the theory of Eternal Return was, I thought Futurama made it up for the episode, where they travel through time until all life and matter dies and the big bang repeats itself so they can keep travelling forward through time to the point in whence they came. I was like, **** this is a smart show, is Stephen Hawking a writer or something? Then I realised no, they just incorporate known science into it.
#185 - namedoesntexist
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(02/01/2013) [-]
8th grade history test: Legit extra credit question

"In what year did the war of 1812 take place?"
#243 to #185 - rainiar
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There was a question I found once
"How long was the Hundred Years war?" The answer may or may not surprise you.
#245 to #243 - ludislavonac
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It lasted about 116 years if I'm not mistaken, anyway it was more than just a 100 years
#186 to #185 - thexxtalonxx
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1812-1815
#184 - drunkasaurus
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Futurama does a lot of jokes like that
#182 - satexas
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#171 - evilanakie
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maybe its pound like cluster not weight
#169 - brettyht
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cool science fact: since all atoms are made up of almost completely empty space, if that space were to be filled by the same mass that made up the nucleus of the atom, than the amount of atoms in the air would be so heavy, that a 1 cm. diameter orb of the air would weigh more than 10 billion tons.
#208 to #169 - justlivinlife
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wait I'm confused, the whole empty space is filled with nucleus's? or just the mass of one nucleus?
#292 to #208 - brettyht
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if all of that empty space had the same density as a nucleus. Or more specifically, a proton, which I believe (not completely sure on this) is the densest thing known to man at this point.
#188 to #169 - wallacewells
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Isn't that why Neutron stars are so ******* heavy?
#191 to #188 - foxtrotalpha
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Gravity
#193 to #191 - wallacewells
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Oh. ******* Gravity, doing crazy **** I can't even
#144 - kevinites
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welllll just sayingg to make this correct it would be, 1 mole of dark matter weighs 10 thousand pounds? :DDD
#228 to #144 - planedisaster
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It's a ******* joke.
#297 to #228 - kevinites
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(02/03/2013) [-]
yes i know its a "*******" joke. im saying , if it were to be said correctly. please. read correctly next time :D
#170 to #144 - winsauceiswin
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no because 1 mol of dark matter is not necessarily 1lb of dark matter
#179 to #170 - Lulzilla
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Not sure if you're going with the Futurama science or you seriously think that.
#293 to #179 - winsauceiswin
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how can you possibly know one mol of dark matter is 1 lb of it? 1 mol is the amount of basic particles in 12 grams of carbon 12. now dark matter (according to futurama) is INSANELY more dense then regular matter. so you think that one mol will only weigh 1lb
#294 to #293 - Lulzilla
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I can tell you're a pessimist. We don't know but for the sake of the show one mol of dark matter could be thousands of pounds. Don't destroy the fun and imagination of the show.
I can tell you're a pessimist. We don't know but for the sake of the show one mol of dark matter could be thousands of pounds. Don't destroy the fun and imagination of the show.
#295 to #294 - winsauceiswin
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(02/02/2013) [-]
im not a pessimist lol im a realist
#296 to #295 - Lulzilla
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A realistic would understand that it's a show and anything could be since we don't know what it is. A pessimistic is what you are.
#299 to #296 - winsauceiswin
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i think you're missing the whole point here. i wasn't referring to the OC at all; i was referring to kevinites comment about how 1lb of dark matter = 1 mol of dark matter. he clearly does not understand the concept of a mol. i get the funny in the content; you're completely misunderstanding my comment first off and second i don't tell you who you are and i'm not a pessimist i'm a realist. there's a huge difference; for instance, if i was in some argument on the internet and i were a pessimist i'd have given up by now.
#158 to #144 - srslyjakecease
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Assuming dark matter has any particles.  No one really ******* knows.
Assuming dark matter has any particles. No one really ******* knows.
#298 to #158 - kevinites
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(02/03/2013) [-]
huh. well thanks!
#143 - deadmuerto
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(02/01/2013) [-]
**deadmuerto rolled a random image posted in comment #63 at Sign My Photo? ** tits
#174 to #143 - spanishninja
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NOPE   
   
   
   
   
   
   
hail satan
NOPE






hail satan

#136 - tocoolforyouinajar
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#218 to #136 - kandiman
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i know right...i had to thumb it down....what a lame post lol
#132 - fourtwentt
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#131 - zhooker
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#124 - biggrand
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back in the 60's, during the war of 1812. . .
#119 - wernstrom
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Nay.
#128 to #119 - mariasaturnina
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#118 - ragnithenotfunny
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Each ball is 5 tons.
/Fixed.

Also, Futurama got warp-drives right lol
#130 to #118 - chuckbillrow
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(02/01/2013) [-]
not quite warp theory involves basically making a wave in spacetime and surfing on it the futurama warp drive involves moving the entire universe... but that is closer to correct then most science fiction
#112 - anon
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Who the **** uses pound as a measurement unit?
#176 to #112 - jjvoodoo
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(02/01/2013) [-]
millions of people
#173 to #112 - gladiuss
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Pound = The precise number of faps necessary to achieve wooooOOOOOOOOOOOoooo!!
#146 to #112 - jokeface
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#141 to #112 - ooants
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#139 to #112 - hornyhonky
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Not sure if everyone else feels this way, but when describing things the imperial units tend to be easier to grasp for me. Saying something weighs 150 lb''s and I can have an idea of what that weight is where as saying it weighs 70 kg doesn't give me the same understanding. Same thing with Fahrenheit and Celsius, when you say 50 degrees Fahrenheit I think oh it's kinda warm but a little chilly, where as saying 10 degrees Celsius makes me think, ****, that's cold...
#114 to #112 - anon
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Shut the **** up, no one cares about your elitist ways.
#115 to #114 - anon
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(02/01/2013) [-]
Elitist ways... or also called basic science
#106 - faithrider
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#102 - cannabinoid
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atleast make a joke out of it man, this is just lazy