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User avatar #20 - dinkcool (09/09/2012) [-]
#117 to #20 - hates (01/05/2014) [-]
I opened the page source to try to change the "Nope" due to boredom, and noticed this

Yes, I have a few tabs open
User avatar #118 to #117 - dinkcool (01/10/2014) [-]
Dude, this comment is over one year old. How the hell did you find it?
User avatar #119 to #118 - hates (01/10/2014) [-]
I don't even remember
#24 to #20 - ponys (09/09/2012) [-]
Right click, view page source.
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User avatar #38 to #36 - pineappleninja (09/09/2012) [-]
oh ****

what the **** have i done...
#23 to #20 - blehehe (09/09/2012) [-]
The source of that page is ******* hilarious.

view-source:hasthelargehadroncolliderdestroyedtheworldyet.com/
User avatar #29 to #23 - anthonyd (09/09/2012) [-]
HA
User avatar #87 to #23 - funnyjunktitan (09/09/2012) [-]
that's awesome
User avatar #17 to #6 - thekeeblerguy (09/09/2012) [-]
YOU COPIER
#69 - hadtomakeanewname (09/09/2012) [-]
**hadtomakeanewname rolled a random image posted in comment #979135 at FJ Pony Thread 14 ** how the universe began
User avatar #72 to #69 - yunablade (09/09/2012) [-]
I came a whole new universe...
User avatar #26 - psydoc (09/09/2012) [-]
So my physics teacher once went on this tangent about how some people think the Hadron particle collider could create tiny black holes that would migrate to the center of the Earth and eventually consume the entire Earth. My response was...


is this going to be on the test?
User avatar #33 - nugafluga (09/09/2012) [-]
seems like a super legit theory...
#41 to #33 - slumberdonkey (09/09/2012) [-]
....that's not a theory.
User avatar #42 to #41 - richardastley (09/09/2012) [-]
There are two different definitions of theory. One is an untested hypothesis, and the other is a system of non-disproven thought.
User avatar #73 to #42 - gmarrox (09/09/2012) [-]
Actually a theory is a thoroughly tested hypothesis. An untested hypothesis is a hypothesis.
User avatar #44 to #42 - slumberdonkey (09/09/2012) [-]
Didn't think about it that way... wow...
User avatar #47 to #44 - richardastley (09/09/2012) [-]
lol But using the first definition definitely supports idiots saying "Evolution is just a theory" without realizing what scientific theory actually implies.
User avatar #59 to #47 - slumberdonkey (09/09/2012) [-]
yeah, i realize my idiocy now. I gladly receive my red thumbs
#78 - kaycie (09/09/2012) [-]
why the hell not?
why the hell not?
#43 - subaqueousreach (09/09/2012) [-]
Surprisingly enough this is exactly how I figure it might have happened.

Go ahead and thumb me down if you think it's stupid, but I'd like to know how my impossible to truly know explanation is any less relevant than your impossible to truly know explanation.
User avatar #57 to #43 - fuzzyballs (09/09/2012) [-]
a teacher explained it to me once
and it made sense back then
User avatar #77 to #43 - gammajk ONLINE (09/09/2012) [-]
That is pretty stupid, no less stupid than believing that a god did it.
BTW, it's not an "impossible to truly know explanation", we actually have a pretty good understanding of how it happened. There's multiple theories, sure, but saying that we will never know is like a 19th century person saying we'll never know how electricity works.
User avatar #107 to #77 - subaqueousreach (09/10/2012) [-]
We have several theories, the most commonly discussed being the "Big Bang", but we have no idea how it actually started. That's why they're called theories, because no one really knows how it happened, we can only project how we think it might have happened. It really is impossible to truly know unless you were there when it happened.
User avatar #109 to #107 - gammajk ONLINE (09/10/2012) [-]
Actually, no, that's not why they're called theories and you just showed your ignorance of the scientific world by saying that. A theory is NOT a wild guess, a theory is a hypothesis that has undergone rigorous experimentation and reviewing. IE The THEORY of gravity, the THEORY of evolution, the THEORY of magnetism, etc etc etc.

And no, you don't have to have been there to know what happened. If you walk into a room and you see something travelling through the air straight upwards, you can deduce that the ball must have, at a previous point, been lower than its current position and travelling at a faster speed due to the deceleration of gravity. So no, you don't have to have been there if there's no reason to think there's anything else happening, i.e. your ball actually has a rocket booster or it teleported into the room by JESUS HIMSELF
User avatar #111 to #109 - subaqueousreach (09/11/2012) [-]
So you're saying then, that you know without a shadow or miniscule trace of a doubt that the big bang (or whatever theory you choose to believe in) caused the beginning of our universe? 100% fact then?

Your examples of theories are comparing apples to oranges here. The theories of gravity and magnetism have been proven as fact, they are no longer theories because we have proven what causes them to act the way they do. The theory of evolution is still a theory because we are missing the vital piece of evidence that is required to completely prove it without a doubt.

The primary difference between these theories and the beginning of the universe theories is that they are something we can physically study. Something we can legitimately work with. When it comes to the creation of our universe all we can possibly do is think about how it might have happened, because there is no way we can actually know unless we re-create the event or find a way to view it again without destroying ourselves in the process.

Seriously think about it for a second before you go off half-cocked that I'm an idiot because I think differently than you on a subject.

Also, not once did I ever state that theories were random guesses, but our projections of how we think the outcome came to be.
User avatar #112 to #111 - gammajk ONLINE (09/11/2012) [-]
Please go receive an education before talking about any matter of science, you clearly never have.
User avatar #113 to #112 - subaqueousreach (09/12/2012) [-]
Okay then genius, how did the universe come to be. Since you're clearly so knowledgeable in this particular field.
User avatar #115 to #113 - gammajk ONLINE (09/12/2012) [-]
cont.
Again, you don't need to physically work with something to come up with a theory on how it happened. Do you disbelieve the theory of star formation? Do you disbelieve the theory of planetary formation?
We can examine phenomena laid out before us. How do you explain cosmic background radiation? How do you explain redshift? I'd like to know, because we already have explanations for these and the math backs it up.

We don't need to recreate the event to know something happened. Again, back to the most basic example I can think of. Imagine you witness a ball flying in a direction at a velocity. You can pick anything for those, flying up at 300 mph or flying diagonally down and right at 30 degrees at .178534 kph. When you first see it, you note its position. Based on the fact that it is moving at a constant velocity in a constant direction without changing, you can draw a line backwards on its trajectory to trace back where it came from. Are you going to say that it may have been flying loop-de-loops and then suddenly starting flying in one direction at a constant speed, simply because you weren't there to witness it? Sure, go ahead, it's just as rational as believing that a god created the universe.

tl;dr learn how to science
User avatar #114 to #113 - gammajk ONLINE (09/12/2012) [-]
When did I say I know how the universe came into existence?
The big bang theory is NOT a theory of how the universe first came into existence, it explains what happened AFTER that. A more accurate term would be the Ballooning Theory.
"The theories of gravity and magnetism have been proven as fact, they are no longer theories because we have proven what causes them to act the way they do."
No. No, no, no, no and no. NOTHING has been proven as fact. I'm going to lay out a few definitions here for you.
Wild guess - A random guess at what causes something, i.e. fairies control gravity. These are not supported by any evidence and have no actual connection to reality. Sometimes they're right, most of the time they aren't.
Hypothesis - An EDUCATED suggestion based upon examination of a phenomena. IE electric current flow produces a magnetic field or there is a force between any two objects in space. Some are wrong, such as nerves are hollow tubes that carry a fluid to control muscles, demons cause headaches and, something that's still being debated for some reason, god created the universe.
Theory - A hypothesis that is supported by evidence and is capable of adapting as new evidence arises.

So, now that THAT'S out of the way, let's move on.
Gravity and magnetism are STILL THEORIES. They are CONSIDERED as fact, and even today they are still being added to and changed to fit with new evidence. That doesn't mean that it is absolutely 100% flawless with no room for improvement. You think we've solved gravity? Think again.
Evolution IS CONSIDERED AS FACT. There is NO evidence against it and it is supported by MOUNTAINS of evidence. There is no "missing piece of evidence" and if you can name one I'd like to hear it.

And no, you DON'T need to actually witness the event to deduce that it happened. I didn't witness the bombing of Hiroshima, does that mean I'm not allowed to think it happened?
User avatar #116 to #114 - subaqueousreach (09/13/2012) [-]
I'll admit my faults in definitions, I was thinking Hypothesis when I was saying theory, that's my mistake and I apologize for the confusion.

Also, there's a difference between witnessing your example and the creation of the universe again. With the Bombing of Hiroshima there were people there to witness it, it was a major news event, I don't think anybody hasn't seen an image of the nuke going off. We have physical proof of the event.

But reading back, I seem to have left out some information on my "belief". Not once did I say the big bang didn't happen. What I had tried to portray in my first comment, was that I believe there was someone or something that caused our big bang to occur, like it showed in the image. I fully support the Big Bang theory, just not the way most people would have me believe it happened.

On another note (in response to your earlier comment as well), why does believing in god make me stupid? I'm not saying it was, but how do you know for sure a god or similar omniscient being couldn't have caused the reaction that created our universe?
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#85 - bostongreggissexy (09/09/2012) [-]
<--- How the universe was really created
#95 to #85 - DasSpiel (09/09/2012) [-]
**DasSpiel rolled a random image posted in comment #12 at They're all liars and i hate them. **
Nonsense.
This is how the universe was created.
User avatar #5 - meowtroll (09/09/2012) [-]
dem forces of nature
User avatar #48 - jjgf (09/09/2012) [-]
if this were real, how these universe was created?, sorry i´m a little stoned right now
User avatar #71 to #48 - gmarrox (09/09/2012) [-]
Being stoned has never impaired my motor skills or typing ability. You make weed look bad worse when you do that. Stahp.
User avatar #56 to #48 - fuzzyballs (09/09/2012) [-]
that's no excuse
User avatar #58 to #56 - kasatka (09/09/2012) [-]
If anything it should heighten his understanding.
#51 to #48 - ZakyNine (09/09/2012) [-]
just enjoy the gif
just enjoy the gif
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User avatar #68 to #51 - dropgasm (09/09/2012) [-]
FUUUUUUUUCK manthats an awesome gif ive been staring at this fora few minuets its so ******* captivating like wat
its pretty awesome that gif is awesome
#74 to #68 - ZakyNine (09/09/2012) [-]
yes, but is the gif awesome?
User avatar #76 to #74 - dropgasm (09/09/2012) [-]
what?
User avatar #93 to #76 - luismamontes (09/09/2012) [-]
You repeated the word awesome a couple of times.
User avatar #110 to #93 - dropgasm (09/10/2012) [-]
I don't even remember this lmfao, I was probably drunk out of my mind, sorry :x
User avatar #2 - howtosuckdicks (09/09/2012) [-]
I read that as Hardon Particle Collider..
User avatar #64 - denoface (09/09/2012) [-]
**denoface rolled user lunasshadow ** <-- Knew all along
#70 to #64 - iyr (09/09/2012) [-]
Comment Picture
User avatar #66 to #64 - dropgasm (09/09/2012) [-]
hi luna
#65 - zebrapony (09/09/2012) [-]
Please explain, but use smaller words.
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#92 to #65 - benryx (09/09/2012) [-]
Large Hadron Particle Collider pretty much smashes particles together to make new particles,

the joke is that they smashed 2 particles together and made our universe
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#81 to #65 - chusmimax (09/09/2012) [-]
boooom
#82 to #81 - zebrapony (09/09/2012) [-]
aliens?
User avatar #88 to #82 - dlotm (09/09/2012) [-]
Holy **** i didn't see it until i slouched
#75 - intimeaux (09/09/2012) [-]
**intimeaux rolled a random image posted in comment #200975 at Anime & Manga ** How the universe actually began.
User avatar #100 to #75 - domogle (09/10/2012) [-]
I mean... I guess?
User avatar #106 to #100 - intimeaux (09/10/2012) [-]
Looks like your profile pic
User avatar #108 to #106 - domogle (09/10/2012) [-]
hahaha I just noticed that! Thumb for you sir
#60 - dameseif (09/09/2012) [-]
**dameseif rolled a random image posted in comment #141 at Alpha as Fuck ** Why not this guy &lt;---
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User avatar #30 - iliekcereal ONLINE (09/09/2012) [-]
Can someone explain to me what exactly this does? Like, in simple people terms? I am not a clever man.
User avatar #32 to #30 - hadron (09/09/2012) [-]
I hate being brought up in conversation
User avatar #31 to #30 - dratyats (09/09/2012) [-]
smashes particles into each other at extremely high speeds in order to see what happens. its how they found out about the "god particle"
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Large_Hadron_Collider
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User avatar #35 to #34 - notstyg (09/09/2012) [-]
why... why.... how can you be... really?
User avatar #37 to #35 - iliekcereal ONLINE (09/09/2012) [-]
....Nevermind. ._.
#16 - deathskream (09/09/2012) [-]
Code Geass anyone?
Code Geass anyone?
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