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5 random facts

5 random facts. just some randomness...why not dont look at the tags -.-. f facts amazonas sparkle when ) to light because of the wag light interacts with the l

just some randomness...why not
dont look at the tags -.-

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#15 - obscuryt (01/08/2012) [-]
*Like dis if u cry every tim*
User avatar #110 to #15 - donatboy (01/08/2012) [-]
i know this might sound self centered and like some religious ******** (i'm atheist) but i think that as long we don't know any other intelligent life form we are the center of the universe because nothing happens if we don't acknowledge it.

This might sound like humans are awesome and the greatest things ever but no i hate this planet and i hate humans but i think if there are no other intelligent beings we will be the center.
#118 to #110 - jkitt [OP](01/09/2012) [-]
well if we weren't around to acknowledge the start of the universe...did it really happen? :)

User avatar #119 to #118 - donatboy (01/10/2012) [-]
we finally acknowledged it, so it happened.
#33 to #15 - collegedood (01/08/2012) [-]
i no i doos cry evry tim
#28 - millionsofplankton (01/08/2012) [-]
i want that breathable liquid
i want that breathable liquid
User avatar #36 - RequieminMortis (01/08/2012) [-]
You know, even if you CAN breathe that liquid, your body is gonna react the same way it does to any liquid entering your lungs- it's going to enter panic mode and flip the **** out.
User avatar #37 to #36 - RequieminMortis (01/08/2012) [-]
Also, while the liquid can give you oxygen, it sucks at removing CO2. So unless you have both a steady supply of the stuff AND a way to remove the carbon dioxide, you'll eventually wind up suffocating.
User avatar #38 to #37 - Rockaman (01/08/2012) [-]
You can sedate that reaction quite easily- they have sedatives nowerdays that can stop you from feeling like you are drowning when being waterboarded. Also, they think they may manage to have a human able to breathe it indefinitely by using an electric motor to help the lungs circulate it so the partial pressure of CO2 stays low in the liquid.
#40 to #38 - ariosto (01/08/2012) [-]
That breathable liquid has a 100% mortability rate.
User avatar #42 to #40 - Rockaman (01/08/2012) [-]
You mean mortality? Its gone through clinical trials for treating lung diseases so I highly doubt that.
#44 to #42 - ariosto (01/08/2012) [-]
¸Googel it
User avatar #45 to #44 - Rockaman (01/08/2012) [-]
Have done- here is a report which sums up a clinical trial yarchive.net/med/liquid_bre... - look at the 2nd block of prose without the >>.
#48 to #45 - ariosto (01/08/2012) [-]
the level of writing is very low
User avatar #49 to #48 - Rockaman (01/08/2012) [-]
No its not, it is fairly typical for a summary of a scientific experiment. A summary is supposed to not be specific, it is supposed to grab the reader's attention and give the reader an idea of what was done.

Personally I think that this is really fascinating and am studying the progress of research into liquid breathing as it relates to my diving hobby and my degree (aerospace engineering - to do with fluid dynamics and problems associated with this to the human body).
#50 to #49 - ariosto (01/08/2012) [-]
that person wrote how people are dumb for thinking x how is that a legitimate md writeage
User avatar #51 to #50 - Rockaman (01/08/2012) [-]
What? Explain what you are on about and provide links to prove your info please.
#83 to #37 - ilgattozaiga (01/08/2012) [-]
I think that was a problem with earlier "prototypes" as such of the liquid, and I think they've sorted it out.
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#53 - arianadeathwish (01/08/2012) [-]
VV Chepei A isn't the biggest, VY Canis Majoris is.
#8 - anon (01/08/2012) [-]
VV Cephi A isn't the largest star, VY Canis Majoris is.

#16 to #8 - Backtraced (01/08/2012) [-]
A rare sight indeed. An anon whose input is relevant or noteworthy.

I applaud thee, good anon.
User avatar #18 to #8 - MrStotch (01/08/2012) [-]
Thank god im not the only one that caught that
User avatar #24 to #8 - trolllikeaboss (01/08/2012) [-]
OP ****** up, maybe its the largest binary star.
User avatar #27 to #8 - crustypizza (01/08/2012) [-]
Just looked that star up, that bitch is gonna blow into a hypernova (Ten times more powerful and scary then a supernova)
User avatar #14 to #8 - Somethingood (01/08/2012) [-]
He speaks the truth, unless a that one is newly discovered or some **** .
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#67 - herpederpa (01/08/2012) [-]
First one is ******** . Diamonds sparkle because when light rays enter the gem, they perform a total internal reflection whist being refracted twice, aka, once light enters, it bounces around in there like infinite times and some escapes in a little hole on the other side.
User avatar #74 to #67 - SuitUp (01/08/2012) [-]
The sparkle comes from the light bouncing around but it's true that the density of the diamond slows it down to less than half it's vacuum speed.
#30 - maginmaniac (01/08/2012) [-]
Am I the only one that thought a pool filled with that breathable liquid would be awesome?
#54 to #30 - thewilder (01/08/2012) [-]
Breathing piss
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#62 - Sarlouse (01/08/2012) [-]
IN terms of biggest star. Try biggest nebula.
Meet Carina Nebula. Over 50 light years long.

The star in the center, known as Eta (I think) was once almost as bright as the moon. (about 200 years ago, and only seen from the southern hemisphere.)
#90 to #62 - jrook (01/08/2012) [-]
in terms of biggest star, a nebula isnt a star you dumbass lol
#94 to #91 - jrook (01/08/2012) [-]
lol I pinkieed you up
User avatar #104 to #62 - hrstg (01/08/2012) [-]
as bright as the moon? the moon doesnt broadcast light
User avatar #105 to #104 - Sarlouse (01/08/2012) [-]
....uh, Moon light.
The light doesn't come directly from.....what the **** ?

2 people didn't get my point.
User avatar #106 to #105 - hrstg (01/08/2012) [-]
I am still not getting what u are talking about.The moonlight doesnt come from the moon,it comes from the sun.
#108 to #106 - Sarlouse (01/08/2012) [-]
....my point had nothing to do with where the moon's light comes from.
It had to do with eta Carina being the second brightest light in the night sky.

But what ever. I guess if the moon and venus don't actually give off light at night, then Eta was truly THE brightest object in the night sky ever.
User avatar #34 - nareach (01/08/2012) [-]
VY Canis Majoris is the largest star known to man, its not the largest by mass but its the largest by size. So check your facts before you start posting them.
#17 - leahcim (01/08/2012) [-]
does our sun have a cool name too?
#31 to #17 - rikimaro (01/08/2012) [-]
Name of the star is Sun.
#20 to #17 - sergeantsilent (01/08/2012) [-]
pretty sure ours is called Sol.
User avatar #26 to #20 - underhatten (01/08/2012) [-]
Sol is the Scandinavian word for sun. The roman name for it is Helios. The sun doesn't have a designated name, I'm sorry to say. Would be cool to have one though.
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#81 - zdshdci (01/08/2012) [-]
Vy canis majoris is the largest known thing in the universe..
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#117 to #81 - jkitt [OP](01/09/2012) [-]
i went on potential radius of a star, since the two stars are pretty damn far away its hard to tell which is bigger. The first candidate of star likelier, but not definitely, to be bigger was VV Cephei. if i am in fact wrong, well it didn't hurt anyone :)
and just out of curiosity, your saying the star VY canis majoris, is the largest thing in the universe?

User avatar #120 to #117 - zdshdci (01/10/2012) [-]
i did mean to say star in the universe, but youre right now harm done :P
User avatar #82 to #81 - achawgo (01/08/2012) [-]
User avatar #87 - scottza (01/08/2012) [-]
VV Cephia A is not the largest star. I know this had already been pointed out, but here are the facts: VV Cepha A is part of a binary star system (2 Stars orbiting eachother), and it is the largest of the 2 stars. it's the 2nd largest star in the known universe, with the negihboring star being smaller (Still much larger than stars like Beatlegeuse.) It has a solar radius between 1600 and 1900, while VY Canis Majoris is at least 2000 solar radii, and would stretch past Uranus is placed in our solar systems center. I need a life.
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#3 - Fillifax (01/07/2012) [-]
Face it, you knew this picture would be posted.

VV Cephei A is only the second largest star known. It even says so on the Wikipedia page.
The largest star is, in fact, VY Canis Majoris.
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