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Random Facts Comp 3

Since i have been just barely Slipping by enough thumbs to make more of these and since im running out of informational sites to check, im going to raise the stakes and seem how much you guys actually care for my posts

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#1 - daniboyi (09/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
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#52 - katsueren (09/02/2012) [+] (3 replies)
Overall review of this content:    
   
>Images are poor quality; stretched out of proportion    
>Colors look painful    
>Comic sans    
>Almost to front page    
   
What are you doing
Overall review of this content:

>Images are poor quality; stretched out of proportion
>Colors look painful
>Comic sans
>Almost to front page

What are you doing
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#81 - driken **User deleted account** has deleted their comment [+] (3 replies)
#11 - WhattheNorris (09/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Tongues don't have taste regions. Each taste bud can taste all flavours.
#53 - Temari (09/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Resolution, I
#25 - barehype (09/01/2012) [+] (2 replies)
>Possum is in danger
>Possum gets scared, fight or flight response activated
>Passes out.
#111 - Wingz (09/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Its because Guiness and many milk stouts are nitrogenated, not carbonated.
#55 - ragingbrony ONLINE (09/02/2012) [-]
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I skipped the whole thing and scrolled down just to say...

This hurts my eyes, and I'm in a lit room.
#43 - pukingrainbows (09/02/2012) [-]
What the **** gave you the idea that your choice of colors would be anything but an eyesore?
User avatar #86 - mexicandudeinsd (09/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
solution to china's population?


Bomb It
#33 - wisdomtooth ONLINE (09/02/2012) [-]
Green text on a pink background? What cruel person would make this kind of thing?
Green text on a pink background? What cruel person would make this kind of thing?
#112 - hhhhhhhh (09/02/2012) [+] (2 replies)
OH DEAR LORD MY EYES
OH DEAR LORD MY EYES
#98 - Khaydarin (09/02/2012) [-]
Actually when opossums are in danger they enter a voluntary coma to appear dead so whatever was after them will leave them alone.
User avatar #96 - ubercripple (09/02/2012) [-]
If the bubbles sink to the bottom, then why are they at the top in the picture?
#79 - atomicjohn (09/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
well I know what I'm going to be doing to lose weight...
well I know what I'm going to be doing to lose weight...
#51 - mffinmanu (09/02/2012) [+] (1 reply)
Let's start at the point where you have just poured your pint of Guinness, and it is starting to settle.  At the inside surface of the glass, the bubbles are touching the walls of the glass and they experience drag - just in the same way as you can feel if you slide your finger along a glass surface.  At the center of the glass, the bubbles are not touching the walls, and are free to go up:  this is what bubbles of gas really want to do when they are in a liquid, as we are used to seeing.     
The bubbles at the center rise rapidly until they get to the top, just below the head (the "froth").  In doing this, they have pushed and pulled the surrounding liquid with them. At the top, this liquid flowing upwards hits the surface and flows outwards towards the edges of the glass.   
The current is directed downwards by the edges of the glass.  As the flow moves downwards in waves, it pushes and pulls the bubbles that are hanging around at theedges of the glass. The flow can be seen as the dark lines of liquid (no bubbles) that wave quickly down the inside of the glass.   
What goes around comes around.  More bubbles flow up at the center, and the circulation continues.   
Eventually the settling process comes to an end.  More and more bubbles have been deposited into the head of the beer during the settling, and the cycle loses momentum.   
In summary: bubbles at the center rise up and create a circulation in the glass.  The circulation causes bubbles at the edge of the glass to be pushed downwards.   
   
   
There you go Fj, source here : http://www.chem.ed.ac.uk/guinness/why.html
Let's start at the point where you have just poured your pint of Guinness, and it is starting to settle. At the inside surface of the glass, the bubbles are touching the walls of the glass and they experience drag - just in the same way as you can feel if you slide your finger along a glass surface. At the center of the glass, the bubbles are not touching the walls, and are free to go up: this is what bubbles of gas really want to do when they are in a liquid, as we are used to seeing.
The bubbles at the center rise rapidly until they get to the top, just below the head (the "froth"). In doing this, they have pushed and pulled the surrounding liquid with them. At the top, this liquid flowing upwards hits the surface and flows outwards towards the edges of the glass.
The current is directed downwards by the edges of the glass. As the flow moves downwards in waves, it pushes and pulls the bubbles that are hanging around at theedges of the glass. The flow can be seen as the dark lines of liquid (no bubbles) that wave quickly down the inside of the glass.
What goes around comes around. More bubbles flow up at the center, and the circulation continues.
Eventually the settling process comes to an end. More and more bubbles have been deposited into the head of the beer during the settling, and the cycle loses momentum.
In summary: bubbles at the center rise up and create a circulation in the glass. The circulation causes bubbles at the edge of the glass to be pushed downwards.


There you go Fj, source here : http://www.chem.ed.ac.uk/guinness/why.html
#3 - slyve (09/01/2012) [+] (1 reply)
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There's actually a coffee company called Melitta. I don't know why, but this fascinates me.

Also, i doubt that no one knows why the bubbles in Guinness sink to the bottom. That just doesn't sound like your typical "no one knows" mystery.
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