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User avatar #2520 - monstrumologist (07/19/2014) [-]
Dunno if this is the right place to ask, but can someone explain what cradle-to-cradle is and how an idea/design can be considered cradle-to-cradle
User avatar #2521 to #2520 - monstrumologist (07/19/2014) [-]
what if I say "I want to make a shoe made from worn out tires!", is that cradle to cradle?
#2528 to #2521 - anonymous (07/20/2014) [-]
Cradle to cradle basically means that our waste products should become the resource materials for something different so that we don't deplete the world's resources.

The guy who came up with "cradle to cradle" (William McDonough) gave a lecture about it at my school.
When students asked him how we could manage to achieve this he had no answers.

I think the guy is just some pretentious asshole who thinks he reinvented the concept of recycling but has no real solutions
User avatar #2529 to #2528 - monstrumologist (07/20/2014) [-]
are you kidding me? no fuckin answer?!
We're expected to write a fuckin case study on this shit. Best part is this was never discussed in class. So, basically, we're writing case studies based on something that was never explained to us..
fuckin bullshit.
#2530 to #2529 - anonymous (07/20/2014) [-]
Well they did write a book about it .

You might find something usefill in there.

I've never read the book, everything i know about C2C i learned from that lecture and a couple of articles i've read
User avatar #2531 to #2530 - monstrumologist (07/20/2014) [-]
you have my gratitude, anon
#2524 to #2521 - anonymous (07/19/2014) [-]
It means self sustaining, I think. Like trees die and turn to compost which help other trees and plants, nothing at all being wasted. So I don't think shoes made from worn out tires count because they'd eventually become useless.
#2514 - pistro (07/18/2014) [-]
Good evening FJ, I have one question for you:
About the airplane crashed in Ukraine, many of you already know that it contained most of greatest authority about HIV, and someone already said that it was put down on purpose because of those passengers.
Considerated that this is not the first time that a large group of researchers about HIV die or disappear, what do you guys think?
I just want to hear an opinion

pic unrelated
#2522 to #2514 - dehumanizer ONLINE (07/19/2014) [-]
kinda seems suspicious the pane crushes right now when Israel is invading Gaza considering Ukraine has been quiet lately
User avatar #2519 to #2514 - cognosceteipsum (07/19/2014) [-]
It is the nwo
#2513 - pulluspardus (07/18/2014) [-]
Okay science people, Have you ever had a dream about something that have yet to happen but you don't remember dreaming about it until it actually happens?

I have it quite a lot, its actually called "DeJa Vu" dreams, unlike Lucid dreams you don't know you're dreaming when you have them because everything is exactly the same as real life but in the very distant future (a month at best)

Have you tried to alter the outcome of that said dream somehow ? I did, and it actually changed, the person who was with me thought I was weird for leaving the room suddenly.

Its never about important things though, just mundane things like "Seeing person #1 walking in the room" or "Having a text message sent from facebook"

Also another phenomenon, does anyone here say "jee i wonder what time it is" and every time they look at the time its exactly 11:11 ? every. single. time.
I'm guessing its just "Brain time" something your mind does repetitively at the exact same moment without you knowing.
User avatar #2545 to #2513 - leightonsolomon (07/21/2014) [-]
Thats just because you tend to remember these things. So many mundane things happen everyday, if you happen to look at the clock at 11:11, you'll remember it, even though you looked at the clock 58 times before that day.
#2523 to #2513 - dehumanizer ONLINE (07/19/2014) [-]
eh not really i would call it coincidence, you just remembered those things becuase you wanted to (things that happened in your dreams, exact time numbers).
User avatar #2550 to #2523 - pulluspardus (07/21/2014) [-]
then why do i dream them BEFORE they happen?
#2551 to #2550 - dehumanizer ONLINE (07/21/2014) [-]
you dream about something and when it happens you remember you dreamed about it, its you thats making a connection
User avatar #2552 to #2551 - pulluspardus (07/21/2014) [-]
but how does it happen at the exact moment and the exact time and the same exact situation?
User avatar #2562 to #2552 - grandlordchicken (07/21/2014) [-]
How do you know it's the exact time, exact place, and exact situation, did you know the time and place in the dream? Is the situation even really exactly the same or are you just remember the parts that happened? Memory is a funny thing, it's changed every time you remember it.
User avatar #2567 to #2562 - pulluspardus (07/21/2014) [-]
because it is the same exact moment happening twice.
People saying the same exact things, at the same time and on the same place and also the same clothing same, same atmosphere same everything.
Memory is a funny thing true, but I always remember it when it hits.
User avatar #2568 to #2567 - grandlordchicken (07/21/2014) [-]
First of all, how do you know it's at the right time, is there a calendar and a clock in your dream? Do you actually remember the color and type of that persons shirt in the dream? I find dreams usually aren't that lucid. Do you actually remember the exact words they said in the dream? What else happens in this dream? How many dreams do you have that AREN'T predicting things? One common thing that can happen is that a lot of things happen in a dream, and then later one of those things happens in real life by coincidence, and you only remember the part of the dream in which it happened because that's the part that happened in real life. How often do you do the same routines day by day? Something may happen in your day, so your dream about it, and then something similar happens another day and you think the dream predicted it.
User avatar #2569 to #2568 - pulluspardus (07/21/2014) [-]
Sometimes (I look at my watch and stuff)
I have a lot of dreams that don't happen of course, and I am not saying i predict things, just some odd dreams that actually happen in the future
I don't do the same routines day by day, I'm talking to you now saying these exact words and i will never say these exact words ever again.

I'm not actually a spiritual person , I don't believe in ghosts and angels and what not, just want to know the science behind this stuff there must be.
User avatar #2571 to #2569 - grandlordchicken (07/21/2014) [-]
The actual science behind this is the simple fact that we remember the things from dreams that happen more than the things that don't, and we have a lot of dreams and a lot of things happen, so coincidences happen. If you really want to get an accurate picture record everything that happens in every dream you have as soon as you wake up. Then when record it when the things happen, you'll find that the things that don't happen FAR outnumber the things that do. If the there is a huge amount of things in your dreams happening in real life, contact James randi, he has a million dollars for you.
#2553 to #2552 - dehumanizer ONLINE (07/21/2014) [-]
fine you are magic, congratulations
#2554 to #2553 - pulluspardus (07/21/2014) [-]
I'm just asking what causes it, why are you being such a drama queen?
User avatar #2511 - darealsnooki (07/18/2014) [-]
Why is the sky blue?
User avatar #2516 to #2511 - xtwinblade (07/19/2014) [-]
When sunlight hits our atmosphere it refracts light, mostly blue and violet light, this slightly decreases the colour blue in the image of the sun we see from the ground, leaving it in an orange/yellow coloured look.
User avatar #2515 to #2511 - xsnowshark (07/19/2014) [-]
Why's water wet?
User avatar #2572 to #2515 - djequalizee (07/21/2014) [-]
Water is a dipole. Basically the oxygen is slightly negative and the hydrogen is slightly positive. So it attracts other water molecules, making it want to be near other water molecules. So that's why water sticks to you and makes you wet.
User avatar #2575 to #2572 - xsnowshark (07/22/2014) [-]
Because I'm sure these references won't make sense: www.azlyrics.com/lyrics/gza/4thchamber.html (Halfway through Ghostface Killah's part)
User avatar #2573 to #2572 - xsnowshark (07/21/2014) [-]
Why did Judas, rat to Romans while Jesus slept?
User avatar #2503 - rootintootinputin (07/16/2014) [-]
i really need a new external hard drive, mines starting to do that, "usb not being regconized" and everything. where can i get one thats a few hundred gigs for cheap. my music and videos are important to me
User avatar #2505 to #2503 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/16/2014) [-]
/Technology/ is your friend.
User avatar #2507 to #2505 - rootintootinputin (07/16/2014) [-]
4chan? no
User avatar #2508 to #2507 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/16/2014) [-]
FJ has a tech board, broski.
User avatar #2509 to #2508 - rootintootinputin (07/16/2014) [-]
technology is science so where do i find a cheap one
#2502 - kugis (07/15/2014) [-]
Hey everyone, I just want to ask whether mixture of polystyrene (pulverized to individual balls) and diesel fuel is a good enough substitute for napalm.
Purely hypothetical question, just in case I ever needed a flamethrower.
User avatar #2506 to #2502 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/16/2014) [-]
It's as close as you'll get without being on every terror watch-list from here to Australia.

There's a way to make it out of mayonnaise and some other stuff, but it's a bad idea.
User avatar #2504 to #2502 - nevergetsdubs (07/16/2014) [-]
In terms of just pure damage to concrete sidewalk when left on it? No
Still effective when manually loaded into and fired from shotgun shell? Yes
User avatar #2497 - cognosceteipsum (07/14/2014) [-]
Why is every scientist these days a materialist?
User avatar #2563 to #2497 - grandlordchicken (07/21/2014) [-]
Why is ever non scientist delusional? See I can be obscenely over generalizing too.
User avatar #2577 to #2563 - cognosceteipsum (07/22/2014) [-]
I guess.
User avatar #2580 to #2577 - grandlordchicken (07/22/2014) [-]
Now, what in the world do you ACTUALLY mean by "Why is every scientist these days a materialist?" I don't know of even one scientist who is greatly materialist, you don't fucking become a scientist if you care a lot about money and material possessions,. scientists don't make a lot generally, with the effort needed to become a serous scientist you could become two lawyers or a doctor and make WAY more.
User avatar #2581 to #2580 - cognosceteipsum (07/22/2014) [-]
That's.. not the only meaning to the word materialist.
User avatar #2583 to #2581 - grandlordchicken (07/22/2014) [-]
In what way did you men it?
User avatar #2584 to #2583 - cognosceteipsum (07/22/2014) [-]
Believes we are only made out of material and nothing incorporeal like a soul or some kind of 'energy'
#2585 to #2584 - grandlordchicken (07/22/2014) [-]
Ah, you're actually right here then. As for the answer to that is simple, what is a scientist? One who uses the scientific method to acquire knowledge. Now a materialist is one who believes that everything lies in a tangible sphere rather than an abstract world. Now tangible simply means something can be interacted with. Anything that can't be interacted with doesn't effect our universe (it might be argued doesn't even exist) if it doesn't effect our universe then there can't be knowledge about it in our universe, that would be effecting our universe. If there cannot be knowledge about something in our universe we can have no idea wether it exists or not, and by Occam's razor it must be assumed it does not until more information surfaces. Something intangible cannot be studied by definition, and as matter may be entirely defined by its interaction, may by definition not exist. That's why scientists aren't interested in the intangible, as soon as things can be learned about it, or as soon as there is even evidence for its existence they will be interested, though at that point it would be definition be tangible. Did I understand your question correctly?
User avatar #2587 to #2585 - grandlordchicken (07/22/2014) [-]
Oops, I misread your comment as "why do scientists believe the universe is materialist" the answer to your question is much simpler, gimme a sec.
User avatar #2588 to #2587 - grandlordchicken (07/22/2014) [-]
Ok so why don't scientists believe in the soul (which by its classical definition is effect by and effects the universe so is not intangible). The answer to that is the most simple answer in the world, and also the most definitive: there is currently no evidence for one.
The day that there is any evidence for something like a soul the greatest minds of the scientific community will be all over studying this amazing new phenomenon.
User avatar #2586 to #2585 - cognosceteipsum (07/22/2014) [-]
Let me see tomorrow. I need to return to where I was earlier today now *sigh*
User avatar #2498 to #2497 - gonnafag (07/14/2014) [-]
#2491 - lesnar (07/14/2014) [-]
"The more the universe seems comprehensible, the more it also seems pointless” - Steven Weinberg

The only meaning or purpose in life is subjective, it's not something that can be found through a detailed and objective study of nature. When people say they have meaning and purpose in their lives, it may be subjectively true to them, but that shouldn't be confused with true objective meaning.
User avatar #2501 to #2491 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/15/2014) [-]
There's a /Religion/ board for philosophical stuff.
User avatar #2499 to #2491 - xsnowshark (07/14/2014) [-]
Wrong board
#2490 - lesnar (07/14/2014) [-]
The firing of neurons in the brain is as meaningful as water flowing over rocks. It's just physics.
User avatar #2564 to #2490 - grandlordchicken (07/21/2014) [-]
The idea of meaningful is a human concept, the universe doesn't have a value called "meaning" "worth" "value" or "importance" which it ascribes to things or events.
User avatar #2526 to #2490 - Conquistador ONLINE (07/20/2014) [-]
Lol, never seen anybody mascotfag a wrassler before.
#2489 - lesnar (07/14/2014) [-]
It's human arrogance driven by ego to believe "human existence" is anything other than just another occurrence in a much larger spectrum. Consciousness is a slow burning curse. We claim to be a higher form of life because we possess cognitive thought, yet we have absolutely no idea why we are actually here. So we create countless forms of abstraction to both give ourselves a false sense of purpose and to serve as a distraction from the fact "we have NO idea why we are here" Personally I would much rather be driven solely by instinct than by this fractured reason.
User avatar #2481 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U nigeltheoutlaw what do you think about this?
User avatar #2480 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
Apparently, rejection from peers or other people is on par with physical pain. That's just fucked up considering the world we live in. RIght now, somebody is attempting suicide. Man.
User avatar #2488 to #2480 - gonnafag (07/13/2014) [-]
Less weak willed people. Suicide is for the weak.
User avatar #2527 to #2488 - Conquistador ONLINE (07/20/2014) [-]
Nice name and avi. Lulz.
User avatar #2492 to #2488 - cognosceteipsum (07/14/2014) [-]
Ah yes, nice excuse there. "Suicide is for the weak". You have no idea what those people did to get in that position.
#2493 to #2492 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
No, no, he's got a point.
Because for every person that commits suicide there's another one who also passed through equal hardship and did not.
Therefore making them "weak".
It does not make their suicide any more unjustified or tragic, but it does make them weak.
User avatar #2494 to #2493 - cognosceteipsum (07/14/2014) [-]
It doesnr matter. That person who didn't commit suicide obviously had a few factors that made him or her not commit suicide.
#2495 to #2494 - anonymous (07/14/2014) [-]
Namely strength.
Because as you notice there's the words "equal or greater hardship".
Say, compare the loss of a mother to the loss of a wife, sons and daughters.
The man who lost the people who were supposed to outlive him and he was supposed to protect has, objectively, lost more.
But he is stronger so he won't commit suicide.
That doesn't mean the suicide victim should die, but it does mean he is a weaker man.
User avatar #2565 to #2495 - grandlordchicken (07/21/2014) [-]
So what is strength? The ability not to commit suicide? How do you gain strength, genetics, how you were raised, life experiences? Are you a bad person if you don't have strength? I'm not being sarcastic I legitimately want to understand your opinions.
User avatar #2496 to #2495 - cognosceteipsum (07/14/2014) [-]
Very simplistic view. I could tackle you easily, but I don't feel like it. Inb4 "you can't blah blah blah blah"
User avatar #2468 - cognosceteipsum (07/12/2014) [-]
Let's give our opinions on who spearheads what kind of science!
Neuroscience: Ramachandran and Sam Harris
Evolutionary psychology: Steven Pinker
Cosmology: Stephen Hawking or Lawrence Krauss
Mathemathics: Whatley, fill this one out for me
Psychology: Uhm... Jung? Not sure on this one. I guess I'm not sure about what to put here.
Biology: No fucking idea.
What I define as spearheading in this context is the one who had the most influential ideas most recently.
User avatar #2517 to #2468 - xtwinblade (07/19/2014) [-]
im not that good with people, but i would say Astronomy have Carl Sagan
and Physics have Einstein obviously.
User avatar #2518 to #2517 - xtwinblade (07/19/2014) [-]
scratch that. Physics has Isaac Newton.
User avatar #2471 to #2468 - leightonsolomon (07/13/2014) [-]
He hasn't done too much recently but you could put Richard Dawkins down for biology.
User avatar #2473 to #2471 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
My dad called him mediocre but I Don't agree in the slightest. He fucking invented memes. MEMES.
User avatar #2474 to #2473 - leightonsolomon (07/13/2014) [-]
Yeah hes a badass. If you havent yet, you should watch his talks and debates on youtube.
User avatar #2475 to #2474 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
Seen a few, he kicks ass. I don't get what the hatred is for. Stupid and annoying. EVERY TIME you search something about someone famous like that on youtube you get
"xDxDXD recherd dewkrns sux"
"dxdxdxdx evilution = fake dxdxxdx"
only the few nuggets of gold (the actual debates and talks with him)
User avatar #2476 to #2475 - leightonsolomon (07/13/2014) [-]
Mostly because of angry religious people mad at his Militant Atheism policy.
Richard Dawkins: Militant atheism
User avatar #2477 to #2476 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
Ah yes. Growing really tired of people like that, c'moooooooon. Why are you so afraaaaaid? Jeez. It's really depressing too.

I mean, fuck, I believe in God but not the God of the Bible, Qur'an or any other holy book for that matter. It is quite obvious that those books were just a representation of our barbaric past
User avatar #2482 to #2477 - leightonsolomon (07/13/2014) [-]
Ah I see. Are you deist? That sounds like Deism to me. I'm personally agnostic just because theres no way to know, plus thats what Einstein, Bill Nye, Michio Kaku, Neil de Grasse Tyson, etc, are.
User avatar #2483 to #2482 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
Probably agnostic or deist. I must admit, I have a bit personal bias since my life has been pretty hard.
User avatar #2484 to #2483 - leightonsolomon (07/13/2014) [-]
I see, what do you mean exactly?
User avatar #2485 to #2484 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
My life is full of anxiety right now and there's been a heck of a lot of moments where I might have died and I didn't, so I'm slightly biased towards the idea of there being a god on the factor of fear of death and happy for fortune.
User avatar #2486 to #2485 - leightonsolomon (07/13/2014) [-]
I feel you. Many people need to believe in something. A lot of people are afraid of the lack of an afterlife, but you have to remember that once you die theres nothing technically. No happiness, thats true, but also no sadness. "You" meaning you're conciousness, dont exist. Theres nothing to be afraid of though, I mean you didnt exist for 13 billion years, itll be just like before you were born. So I wouldnt let you're fear limit the truth, as Richard Dawkins says it best, "There is a difference between what is comforting, and what is true." The thought of there not being a god is kinda scary sometimes I know, but its also exciting. It means theres so much we dont know and so much we still have to discover. you're anxiety will pass in time, the same happened for me. Live up this time you have on earth and dont let the fear of death dictate you're beliefs.
User avatar #2487 to #2486 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
Definitely. But a f fallacy I feel many atheists do is "just because it's uncomfortable doesn't make it true"

It's a small confirmation bias on their side too, I'd say. I believe in souls for the moment. I'm not sure, but that's why I enjoy life almost every day rather than dwell on the fact I'm going to die. I think it's also kind of arrogant for people to worry that much about their death, as if they were the center of the universe.
User avatar #2455 - whatley (07/12/2014) [-]
The only true way to judge a system is efficiency.

User avatar #2500 to #2455 - nsfwcontent (07/15/2014) [-]
What about quality? (as well as efficiency of course)
Doesn't really matter how efficient the process is if the end product is total garbage.
User avatar #2466 to #2455 - xsnowshark (07/12/2014) [-]
What kind of system?
User avatar #2467 to #2466 - whatley (07/12/2014) [-]
Any system. Efficiency seems to be the only non-subjective trait I can think of.
User avatar #2470 to #2467 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/12/2014) [-]
You'd have to first define every aspect that contributes to and against the efficiency of the system.

The coal mine was a decent example.
User avatar #2463 to #2455 - cognosceteipsum (07/12/2014) [-]
I mean, if they're 1000 people, the foreman might figure "What's wrong with letting two or three people die? It won't halt the efficiency."
User avatar #2469 to #2463 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/12/2014) [-]
In that scenario, the mine's owner could be sued by the families and friends of the lost, thereby reducing the overall efficiency of the operation.
User avatar #2478 to #2469 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
What if it didn't get out that he did it out of neglect? He could've just said something like "uhm... they disappeared while we were in the deeper shafts."
User avatar #2462 to #2455 - cognosceteipsum (07/12/2014) [-]
Not really. A coal mine could be efficient as Hell, but still let people die.
User avatar #2453 - fuccthedevil (07/11/2014) [-]
Hey you smart fucks:

Why is is it that when you fall asleep, it still feels like time has passed when you wake up? Why doesn't it feel like the moment you go fully into sleep, you wake up just as quickly?

It's really hard to explain this thought, so I hope you understand what I'm asking. Google wasn't any help at all.
User avatar #2456 to #2453 - vgmddg (07/12/2014) [-]
Even when you're asleep, your body still has a biological clock that keeps track of time passing. Just because you're asleep doesn't mean this clock stops. Why do you think you can sense the passage of time even when you're awake?

Bioexplain can give you a more specific explanation probably.
User avatar #2465 to #2456 - bioexplain ONLINE (07/12/2014) [-]
Short answer is that your circadian oscillators drive the mechanism of what you are talking about. There are 3 major components: A central oscillator with a period of about 24 hours that keeps time, a series of input pathways to this central oscillator to allow entrainment (basically synchronizing your "clock") and a series of output pathways tied to distinct phases of the oscillator that regulate overt rhythms in biochemistry, physiology, and behavior throughout an organism.
User avatar #2457 to #2456 - fuccthedevil (07/12/2014) [-]
I mean, it's kinda bullshit, you know? Why do we even need sleep if our brains are still running at -at least- half capacity. That's not rest!
User avatar #2464 to #2457 - bioexplain ONLINE (07/12/2014) [-]
If your brain wasn't running at all, you'd be dead. Something needs to keep all our organs working. We need periods of rest because it's damaging to both our bodies and our minds if we don't. Running anything at full capacity constantly is going to wear it down quickly. The human body is no different.
#2460 to #2457 - thedeadpidgeon (07/12/2014) [-]
There's a lot of different things our brain does when it's asleep. Think about it this way. over the day, your brain has to focus on actually doing things. Moving, talking, forming thoughts into words. Every action you do takes processing power. Over that time, thoughts can get cluttered. Sleep is when your brain shuts down all the bigger bodily functions to focus on sorting through thoughts and building up things like your immune system. Don't think of it as shutting down for the night, think of it as repurposing your processing power for different tasks.
User avatar #2449 - robotekk (07/11/2014) [-]
I'm trying to find the name of this type of morality test:

Two thieves are captured by the cops after committing some crimes, but there is very little proof for what they did.
Both thieves have a choice to either rat out their accomplice or declare him innocent.
If both thieves indict the other, they both go to jail for 5 years.
If only one thief indicts the other, the former goes free but the latter gets 20 years in jail.
if they both say the other is innocent, they're both set free with no penalty.

Anyone know anything about this? A similar concept with a different story, maybe? Something I could look up on Wikipedia? It seems interesting.
User avatar #2450 to #2449 - whatley (07/11/2014) [-]
Prisoner's dilemma, there are lots of variation and the numbers may differ slightly but that's the general concept you're looking for.

It's not really anything to do with morality though, it's an exercise to demonstrate the applicability of game theory.
User avatar #2451 to #2450 - robotekk (07/11/2014) [-]
Thanks, I think I learned about it in an ethics course so I thought it was morality.
User avatar #2452 to #2451 - whatley (07/11/2014) [-]
No problem.
User avatar #2447 - cognosceteipsum (07/11/2014) [-]
Apparently, we're soft wired (I think it was) for compassion and empathy thanks to our mirror neurons. Turns out it IS right, it's the world(culture, religion and upbringing) that determine such things. Damn though, the implications are that we ALL go through a big amount of negativity from birth on. Few people actually 'wake up' to the reality that it feels much better to be compassionate and nice.

Oh yeah, and then there's the stigma. If you don't want to shove your happy sausage into a girl, you have no business being nice to her. If you're nice without expecting anything back, then you're BETA! I hate that thing. Beta. Labeling people who are depressed "beta" and making them feel even worse about themselves. This calls for optimism though. You ought to think more about the animals you eat daily. I want to come up with some way to raise cattle without a nervous system or something, idk, it's a work in progress.
#2472 to #2447 - anonymous (07/13/2014) [-]
its called cultured meat, been in the works for years now, its meat without animals
User avatar #2479 to #2472 - cognosceteipsum (07/13/2014) [-]
Oh, alright. How's that working out now again?
User avatar #2436 - sushininja (07/10/2014) [-]
I have a small ant problem in my kitchen but my dad doesn't want to use Bug Killer because of the smell. Whats another solution?
#2448 to #2436 - quatre (07/11/2014) [-]
make a simple syrup of sugar and borax (thats all ant poison is) and leave for the ants in something shallow like tupperware lids or cut dixie cups. leave in locations by doors and windows
User avatar #2440 to #2436 - Mortuus ONLINE (07/11/2014) [-]

Also liquid with a very high alcohol concentration.

Why not both?
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