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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#11 - shadowfox
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User avatar #43 - cupotruth
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That's not science. That's common knowledge.
User avatar #46 to #43 - thesilence
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Technically it is science. Everyone knows that the Earth orbits the Sun, thats still science.
#48 to #46 - vladhellsing
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IT DOES WHAT?! My whole life is a lie!
User avatar #49 to #48 - thesilence
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I was being sarcastic, it revolves around the Moon.
#51 to #49 - vladhellsing
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Ah, that has allayed my concerns.
User avatar #56 to #49 - dinkcool
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Are you retarded? Everyone knows that everything revolves around the earth. Even the sun.
User avatar #75 to #56 - churrundo
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how can something revolve around something that is flat?
User avatar #77 to #75 - dinkcool
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Flat? The earth is cubic! Didint you learn anything in school?
User avatar #78 to #77 - churrundo
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if it's cubic then how can the sun take the river of the dead every night from west to east?
#89 to #78 - anon id: b65203d6
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Oh Snap.
#76 to #75 - stubbyftw
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User avatar #47 to #46 - cupotruth
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True. Very true.
#3 - flameprintz
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Makes sense. The top of the spring is being acted on by the forces of gravity and the force of the spring pulling itself back together while the bottom is only acted on by gravity. I don't know why everyone is freaking out.
User avatar #35 to #3 - shazzshabam
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We know. And we all know we know, which is why nobody has felt the need to say the obvious. You ain't getting any chufty badges for saying it.
User avatar #4 to #3 - bloodhount [OP]
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its not that we wouldn´t understand the physic mechanics.
this gif just looks awesome.

So. deal with it!
User avatar #7 to #3 - thecomkiller
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actually, both the top and bottom are bring affected by the forces of gravity and an elastic force bringing the two ends together. however, the top is pulled DOWN by both the elastic force and the gravity, while the bottom is pulled down by gravity and up by the elastic force. the two forces are equal and thus there is no net force.
#8 - rawrbowwow
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Everyone loves a slinky! GO SLINKY GO!
Everyone loves a slinky! GO SLINKY GO!
#59 to #8 - waitiknowthisone
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#14 to #8 - Garnian
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Dear lord how long have you waited to use that
Dear lord how long have you waited to use that
#25 to #14 - barehype
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I saw this episode recently and just HAD to screencap it.
#57 to #25 - hrstg
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**hrstg rolls 85**
#106 to #57 - barehype
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**barehype rolls 88**
#107 to #106 - barehype
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That is what I originally screencapped it for
#45 to #25 - crackboots
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whicxh episode is it?
#58 to #14 - crackboots
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which episode is this from?
#41 - dyoxide
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SLINKYYYYYY!!!!!!!!!!
#19 - guineapirate
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#33 - zigap
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I actually get it.
MFW
User avatar #34 to #33 - MOARkrabs
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Care to explain to the rest of us, genius?
#40 to #34 - zigap
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the both parts of the slinky are moving towards the cernter of it. That means the down half is going up and the upper half down. So while the down part is accelerating in the upwards direction, gravity is pulling it down with an equal but opposite force, and the forces cancel each other out, holding it still.

Here's a picture if i'm ****** at explaining things.
Red = force of slinky
Green = gravity
If you know a little bit of physics, it should be clear.
#62 to #40 - atma
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Now explain to me why we can't use a series of adjacent Slinkies to enact Perpetual Motion and receive free, infinite energy forever.
I like watching you explain things.
User avatar #109 to #62 - zigap
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ummm... because the slinkies contract at one point and they fall to the ground? so they stop moving?
#110 to #109 - atma
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#36 to #34 - krudd
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Inertia, the force to move an object at rest. Basically the force of the spring closing is negligibly the same as the gravitational force, thus the bottom half does not move until the spring is "whole"
#37 to #36 - sathrax
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#15 - hyeroshi
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#2 - Ulmer
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