sounds legit. .. We can now turn abortions into semen. sounds legit We can now turn abortions into semen
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#1 - ciarancrashy
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(04/17/2013) [-]
We can now turn abortions into semen.
#2 to #1 - demandsgayversion
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(04/17/2013) [-]
And semen makes the best glaze for your cake!
#3 to #2 - crackmaster
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(04/17/2013) [-]
sweet baby jesus...i think we're on to something
#4 to #3 - demandsgayversion
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(04/17/2013) [-]
AND YOU CAN UNBAKE BABY JESUS INTO MORE SEMEN


THAT CAKE WOULD BE

*sunglasses*

GODLY
#5 to #4 - crackmaster
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(04/17/2013) [-]
the father, the son, and the holy semen
#11 to #5 - stallwallwriter
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(04/17/2013) [-]
Is there any way to un-have this conversation?
#68 to #11 - crackmaster
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#16 to #5 - wolfdogone [OP]
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#6 to #1 - edwardscissortits
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Put it in a blender?
#12 to #1 - payseht ONLINE
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(04/17/2013) [-]
by putting them in the oven...?
I tried that in the past, that's not what happens
#13 to #12 - payseht ONLINE
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(04/17/2013) [-]
or are you thinking of getting it back in it's mum's vagina?

Cause I did that, too, when I ****** me mum. Did not revert back into semen, but there was so much of it who knows?
#14 - mooieveters **User deleted account**
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#42 to #14 - anon
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i hate when people say this about temperature, there is absolutely nothing amazing about celsius, i mean what advantage is there to knowing 0 is when water freezes and 100 being its boiling point that would make it worth the trouble of converting a whole country's temperature systeme.
#54 to #42 - meganinja
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A whole lot of countries had to convert. Not like Metric's been used in every country always since the dawn of time, and America just decided to break the system.
#20 to #14 - jokervsbatsy
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(04/17/2013) [-]
But -40 degrees Fahrenheit equals -40 degrees Celsius


I know, not so much related but just saiyan...
#22 to #20 - smasselski
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(04/17/2013) [-]
why are you breaking the matrix?
#24 to #20 - scotlandman
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(04/17/2013) [-]
212 farenheit is 100 celcius i think
#25 to #20 - midnightrain
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**midnightrain rolled a random image posted in comment #1559199 at Friendly ** the differential between Celsius and Fahrenheit are not constant
#38 to #14 - failtolawl
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(04/17/2013) [-]
who cares
#35 to #14 - expensiveprice
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(04/17/2013) [-]
Don't farenhate.
#15 - headhunternl
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(04/17/2013) [-]
I found it more funny that someone actually replied seriously and even got voted best answer...
#19 - alucardshellhound
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**alucardshellhound rolled a random image posted in comment #11 at Overloaded Feels **
#26 to #19 - deathzor
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(04/17/2013) [-]
lol VN
#29 to #19 - zombiesnipertwo
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(04/17/2013) [-]
dat ass
#47 to #19 - klotrock
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(04/17/2013) [-]
The roll gods have blessed you.
The roll gods have blessed you.
#50 to #19 - zenaki
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**zenaki rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at Only true 90s kid will understand this ** Hiya
#37 to #19 - koalasonfire
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#17 - commanderbunbun
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(04/17/2013) [-]
i must've really unbaked mine. the flour turned into dirt and the egg turned into another egg
#7 - pappathethird
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#10 - fitta
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(04/17/2013) [-]
>don't ask me how
lol'd
#32 - nooblorian
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(04/17/2013) [-]
If particles "move" faster when hotter.
What happens if we somehow go to sub kelvin?
Does it move faster backwards?
#34 to #32 - eddymolly ONLINE
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(04/17/2013) [-]
You can't. Thats the point of Kelvin, when you get to 0 everything stops completely. You can't get negative, it doesn't exist
#39 to #34 - uberfionn
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Not true, you can go negative, just not to zero.   
They did it at the start of the year.   
www.nature.com/news/quantum-gas-goes-below-absolute-zero-1.12146   
   
Kinda awesome :)
Not true, you can go negative, just not to zero.
They did it at the start of the year.
www.nature.com/news/quantum-gas-goes-below-absolute-zero-1.12146

Kinda awesome :)
#67 to #39 - eddymolly ONLINE
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Interesting. I've been looking up on it now you've posted that, and technically, aren't they not at a negative temperature, but hotter than a maximum temperature?

As you make a negative average temp of the atoms, but individually, they all have energy, hence individual atoms all have positive temps? They get negative from giving one quantum state a higher energy and it ***** up the average for the atom.That's how I interpreted it
#45 to #39 - shadowblades
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But to get to negative you would have to pass zero. Which you cant, so you can never get to negative.   
   
SCIENCE!!!!!!!!
But to get to negative you would have to pass zero. Which you cant, so you can never get to negative.

SCIENCE!!!!!!!!
#48 to #45 - uberfionn
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Only in a normal number line, not in temperature.
Zero degrees just doesn't exist.
#53 to #48 - shadowblades
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Well I mean it theoretically does. When speaking in Kelvins, zero is just the representation of absolutely zero energy in something.

Also, how is temperature not a linear value that you would have to pass zero to get to negative temperatures?
Since (as I mentioned earlier) Kelvin is just how much energy something has (in, I suppose, heat form) why would it not make sense that you have a number, lets say 100 Kelvins. If you take 90 away, you have 10 Kelvins, take 20 away, and theoretically you would have -10 Kelvins. However if you only took 10 away you would have zero.

Same thing with a car, no matter how hard you try, you cant go from going forwards to backwards without spending at least some time at zero. Weather its a few seconds, or nanoseconds, it still happens.
#55 to #53 - uberfionn
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It doesn't really work the same way as a car though.
Also they did get to negative Kelvin so I'm confused as to what your saying?
#59 to #55 - shadowblades
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Do you have sauce for that? It's been a while since I've checked up on thermodynamics' news. Is it ******* legit?
I remember reading something about getting close to zero and the hydrogen atoms came out of the container and starting revolving around it... Freaky ****.
#61 to #59 - uberfionn
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(04/17/2013) [-]
The first comment you replied to had the link. Thats why I was confused :P
#62 to #61 - shadowblades
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Oh lol I must have missed that; ty
#40 to #32 - anon
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There is no sub kelvin as far was we know
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#36 to #31 - millex
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(04/17/2013) [-]
you sir are amazing.
#28 - stijnverheye
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(04/17/2013) [-]
but how can a person so dumb make a cake in the first place and use and oven without Darwinism herself