Mind blown?. . If [MATHS ll HERE DE Ill] THEY [NIH IT All THE WAY TO m [ENTER OF m EARTH?. In minecraft you do. philosoraptor philosophy mind blown lol funny xd troll


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#12 - killerdeath ONLINE (03/04/2012) [-]
In minecraft you do.
#55 to #12 - joemid (03/04/2012) [-]
The first time I broke bedrok, I spected for like 15 minutes for my character hits the lower part of the minecraft world... I tought it was like a round world ...
(This was before you got damaged when entering into the Void)

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#158 to #55 - Bigmk (03/04/2012) [-]
here you go
#90 to #55 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
How did you break bedrock? its indestructible. Unless you did it very recently. But even then you would die within seconds of breaking it. So i call ******** on your comment.
User avatar #95 to #90 - ColonelFox (03/04/2012) [-]
Actually if you use extreme, server breaking, amounts of TNT you can break bedrock.
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#1 - uberfionn (03/03/2012) [-]
It's different in different country's but there is a limit to how far down you own.
#2 to #1 - pinacleofevolution (03/03/2012) [-]
he's right you know
User avatar #137 - Chookeez (03/04/2012) [-]
Until you strike oil, then it's the governments.
#37 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
By law you own 500 feet down, and 3000 feet up. If you want more you have to purchase it.
#38 to #37 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
thats YOUR opinion :|
#39 to #38 - darkelement (03/04/2012) [-]
how does BY LAW make that his opinion? it makes it the law. and hes layin it down
#40 to #39 - newall (03/04/2012) [-]
i would assume it depends on your country...
#44 to #40 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
Yes it does, here in aus we own like 1mm down, its one of the problems we are having since we want to exclude any for of mining on private property but the gov is telling us anything under the soil belongs to them : \
User avatar #46 to #44 - xfostbytex (03/04/2012) [-]
yeah, but in Australia, 2mm down is the gates of hell.
#80 to #37 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
Hey bro, you're wrong, you own all the way down. And no airspace. P.S You're a faggot.
User avatar #58 to #37 - cancerousiguana (03/04/2012) [-]
What law where? Not saying you're wrong, but wouldn't the law of land ownership depend on where you live?
User avatar #41 to #37 - redwolfradolf (03/04/2012) [-]
3000 feet?
Does that mean low-flying aircraft are tresspassing?
User avatar #72 to #41 - Silver Quantum ONLINE (03/04/2012) [-]
well yeah but it's not like there's anything you would be able to do about it anyway. unless you can see 3000 feet away or have a camera to record the plane that far up for evidence for when you wanna sue him
#16 - newtonscradle (03/04/2012) [-]
actually that's called mineral rights and they are commonly not included in real estate sales. The more you know!
User avatar #25 to #16 - beffen (03/04/2012) [-]
Isn't there also air-space, where you can buy a section of air above something? For example, you like the view from your window so you buy the air-space in front so that nothing can be built that will block the view?
#49 to #25 - newtonscradle (03/04/2012) [-]
If that's true then I am buying a hot air balloon and the air-space above the America's next top models house
#62 to #49 - giguelingueling (03/04/2012) [-]
I will help you pay all that bro
#18 to #16 - dencon (03/04/2012) [-]
This also applies to water tables and is an important issue in California which has a constant water shortage.
#19 to #18 - newtonscradle (03/04/2012) [-]
indeed good fellow.
#20 to #19 - boothead (03/04/2012) [-]
In NY public properties are like that, there was a problem with a school and a mine being dug beneath it... But if I ever catch somebody in the abandoned shale mine beneath my house I am shooting them dead...
#7 - evilzombiepig (03/03/2012) [-]
In France, yes. When they were submitting plans for the LHC, some of it went under the border into France and in France when you own a piece of land you own all of it to the center of the earth, so they had to get permission to dig under people's homes.

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User avatar #8 to #7 - LonelyCamel (03/03/2012) [-]
interesting, you learn something new everyday

I'm taking the rest of the day off
#24 to #8 - evilzombiepig (03/04/2012) [-]
Stallman is pleased that he could enlighten you mortal.

Stallman is however not pleased that his disciple has chosen not to serve Stallman and his countrymen by working in the factories for the rest of the day.

Stallman wishes to have this peasant whipped in the anus.

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#129 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
Nope that belongs to them.
#33 - meowtroll (03/04/2012) [-]
apparently back in the fifties, owning land in America and a few other nations meant all the things on the property all the way from the core to the stars. So according to that some lucky people could say they owned sputnik for a second or two.
User avatar #23 - faplongfaphard (03/04/2012) [-]
If you buy a piece of land, pay it all off and it's rightfully yours; can you declare it an independent nation?
#45 to #23 - Illroze (03/04/2012) [-]
yeah you can, but as in family guy, if you act the slightest hostile they could send an army after you legally...
User avatar #74 to #45 - kauestud (03/04/2012) [-]
>Declare new country
>US Army after you
>Declare war
>Lose war
>Part of US History
#36 to #23 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
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#27 to #23 - Splinther (03/04/2012) [-]
Technically; yes, many people have tried this with a degree of success, but countries tend to be very protective of their land.

Most of the time countries assume you are attempting to form an independent nation for drug trafficking, terrorist activity, or organized crime.
#29 to #23 - JJrules (03/04/2012) [-]
Your comment reminded me of this.
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User avatar #42 - elginpocketwatch (03/04/2012) [-]
there were actual laws that said that up until airplanes came around, because some people thought the airplanes were trespassing on their property when they flew over
#60 to #42 - luckyshatter (03/04/2012) [-]
Not to mock you but I thought it was appropriate.
User avatar #71 - IFailedEnglish (03/04/2012) [-]

This would cause property disputes between you and the molemen.
#144 - anon (03/04/2012) [-]
Actualy no. You only own the top two meters or so. That is why you have to get aproval for wells and heat pumps.
User avatar #14 - patwed (03/04/2012) [-]
and the planes over your house are trespassing
User avatar #35 - madmar (03/04/2012) [-]
you only own the top layer. you have to buy mineral rights to actually own under anywhere
#150 - deathkilledme (03/04/2012) [-]
On the minecraft server I play on you can claim land, and the claimed territory is from bedrock to the sky.   
 Does that count?   
On the minecraft server I play on you can claim land, and the claimed territory is from bedrock to the sky.

Does that count?


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#160 - ironyman (03/04/2012) [-]
I'm I the only one who has an urge to just dig a simple medium sized hole in the ground with a shovel?

There's no point in it other than to get rid of the urge and to hope that someone accidently falls down in it and wonders why there was a hole there.

I must dig a ******* hole in the earth with my bare hands and a shovel this summer.
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#83 - donutcaptin (03/04/2012) [-]
it used to be that ur property went all the way down to the core of the earth and into space, but then there was problems with people suing airplanes for trespassing
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