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#124 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/24/2012) [-]
> Left and right are predefined directions relative to your body. Left and right are opposite directions.
> Red is monochromatic radiation with a wavelength between 630 and 700 nanometers. It is perceived as a vivid, lustful color, that is easily noticed.
> Pink is a color that doesn't exist. Look for it on a spectrum of observable light (i.e. a rainbow).
> Water has no taste, only the impurities have taste.

I AM YOUR MASTER! I KNOW ALL! BOW DOWN TO ME!
#680 to #124 - instakill
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(03/26/2014) [-]
400th thumb
#681 to #680 - instakill
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(03/26/2014) [-]
I had to even it out
#682 to #681 - anonomysmonkey
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(03/26/2014) [-]
Thanks, OCD man. I appreciate it.
#673 to #124 - fluffykoopa **User deleted account**
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#671 to #124 - nebuchadnezzaurus
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(12/25/2012) [-]
Pink is red desaturated, to a certain extent, into white.
#670 to #124 - bosafiya
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(12/25/2012) [-]
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#668 to #124 - demonmaster
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(12/25/2012) [-]
this ******* guy
#665 to #124 - mehturtlesareok
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(12/25/2012) [-]
>his face when
#660 to #124 - taurusguy
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(12/25/2012) [-]
I could explain everything you did, except not all that science looking stuff
#675 to #660 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/26/2012) [-]
congrats
#655 to #124 - conordalymcr
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(12/25/2012) [-]
Why aren't you the president yet?
#654 to #124 - musclemarinade
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(12/25/2012) [-]
****.
#663 to #654 - adzo **User deleted account**
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#627 to #124 - primerpower
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(12/25/2012) [-]
wow...um...that is pretty smart

themoreyouknow.jpg

btw no sarcasm intended
#650 to #627 - instakill
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(12/25/2012) [-]
you need this
#651 to #650 - instakill
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#626 to #124 - skinless
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(12/25/2012) [-]
tell me "king" how much googling did this take?
#645 to #626 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/25/2012) [-]
well i knew light was 700 nm but I looked up the interval to be safe.
#646 to #645 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/25/2012) [-]
red light*
#644 to #626 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/25/2012) [-]
none
#611 to #124 - elguso ONLINE
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(12/25/2012) [-]
and hear we have the king of fj
#643 to #611 - anon
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(12/25/2012) [-]
And hear we have some sound
#582 to #124 - ferrum
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(12/25/2012) [-]
Woo! Wikipedia!
#669 to #582 - barehype
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(12/25/2012) [-]
Not really, the only one of those that actually took any real knowledge was the one describing red light, and if you're good at science it really isn't hard to describe.
#531 to #124 - cockasian
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(12/25/2012) [-]
I can confirm the pink one, the colour pink is basically white light with the colour green removed.
#504 to #124 - shivagodofdeath
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(12/25/2012) [-]
You forgot one detail, which direction is left in and which direction is right in if they are opposite from each other?
#647 to #504 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/25/2012) [-]
the challenge is to explain the difference between left and right, not to explain which way is left and which way is right.
#661 to #647 - Jewssassin
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(12/25/2012) [-]
I know when I was a kid, the biggest challenge was understanding mirror image. Me and my dad had many a conversation on that before I finally got it.
#359 to #124 - newborn
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(12/24/2012) [-]
do you know why kids love the taste on Cinnamon Toast Crunch?
#652 to #359 - instakill
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(12/25/2012) [-]
because the sweet tastes and appealing colors and advertisements appeal to the brain of a child making them crave sugar and cinnamon and that is the most popular form of those two substances in an easily acquirable way for children
#649 to #359 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/25/2012) [-]
Because there's a ******** of sugar.
#657 to #649 - SirSheepy
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(12/25/2012) [-]
he's figured it out
he's figured it out
#357 to #124 - anonymoose
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(12/24/2012) [-]
A "colour" is not defined as "something on the colour spectrum". It's the tag our brain uses with a specific wavelength of light. Pink is a colour.
#549 to #357 - popkornking
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(12/25/2012) [-]
No because pink is just a more diluted red light, therefore the wavelengths are the same
#347 to #124 - ompalomper
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#307 to #124 - TheBanana
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(12/24/2012) [-]
Nope doesn't count. U used red to describe red
#648 to #307 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/25/2012) [-]
No I didn't. I told the reader the color I was describing before I explained it.
#289 to #124 - pulpunderground
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#283 to #124 - scorpionfrommk
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#238 to #124 - nathiuz
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> Red is monochromatic radiation with a wavelength between 630 and 700 nanometers. It is perceived as a vivid, lustful color, that is easily noticed.

A proton is composed of two up quarks (each with electric charge +2⁄3, for a total of +4⁄3 together) and one down quark (with electric charge −1⁄3). Adding these together yields the proton charge of +1. Although quarks also carry color charge, hadrons must have zero total color charge because of a phenomenon called color confinement. That is, hadrons must be "colorless" or "white". These are the simplest of the two ways: three quarks of different colors, or a quark of one color and an antiquark carrying the corresponding anticolor.

Seriously, bro, do you even science?
#662 to #238 - Jewssassin
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(12/25/2012) [-]
.....You wanna run that by me one more time? Didnt quiet get it.
#568 to #238 - jokersaysamuseme
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(12/25/2012) [-]
Oh God, what the ****?
#536 to #238 - popkornking
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(12/25/2012) [-]
This is why I'm jacked for university particle/nuclear physics!
#389 to #238 - ningyoaijin
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(12/24/2012) [-]
Quantum Chromodynamics ftw...

Literally just did this in my last topic at University.
#256 to #238 - anonomysmonkey
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(12/24/2012) [-]
You explained a lot about subatomic workings of color but nothing about the color red... Sure it's nice to science every once and a while but you have to stay on track there buddy...
You explained a lot about subatomic workings of color but nothing about the color red... Sure it's nice to science every once and a while but you have to stay on track there buddy...
#208 to #124 - faggotishshit
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(12/24/2012) [-]
Master, Command me!
#137 to #124 - noneckcomics
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(12/24/2012) [-]
Very good :D I'd have defined left and right as angles. right being 0.1-179.9 degrees from a forward direction, and left being 180.1 to 359.9.
#260 to #137 - anon
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(12/24/2012) [-]
I'm going to have to disagree and state that left is 9 o'clock and right is 3 o'clock
#175 to #137 - elbrysobrony
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(12/24/2012) [-]
I understand what you're meaning, but... it's possible to go more than 179.9 degrees and still be going left. Sorry for being nitpickey.
#134 to #124 - zramn
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(12/24/2012) [-]
I concur. Water has no taste because we are always experiencing it. It is the mind's perspective of it. If we met an alien race that did not have water, they could tell us how it tastes to them. But to us, just like we cannot taste our own tongue, we cannot taste water.
#395 to #134 - crazyanimefreak
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(12/24/2012) [-]
so we could ask some Africans how water tastes ?
#421 to #395 - iamtheonlypro
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(12/24/2012) [-]
thank you for that
#132 to #124 - cobaltlumi
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(12/24/2012) [-]
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#129 to #124 - wormman
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(12/24/2012) [-]
I will now accept you as thine master.
I will now accept you as thine master.
#128 to #124 - boxdweller
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