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#7 - What a gay life hack 11/21/2014 on Who knew? +1
#76 - That's why larger cities (LA, NY) tend to be more tolerant. B…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/20/2014 on But seriously guys, tone it... -1
User avatar #78 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Alright, yeah, thats a good point. Really cant argue with that.
#73 - Yeah, that last one was a joke. All I'll say to your being Da…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/20/2014 on But seriously guys, tone it... -1
User avatar #74 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
I dont see why scope should be an issue. In fact, I would propose that it should be easier to be tolerant, as the diversity should be much larger with a larger population.
Sure, you'll also have more idiots, but the percentage of idiots should be roughly the same as that of a smaller population.
User avatar #76 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
That's why larger cities (LA, NY) tend to be more tolerant. But when you have land and population the stupidest ones who don't want to listen can find a new place to live with other people who can agree and reinforce their bigoted beliefs. That (and history) is why thinly spread populations in the midwest and south are notoriously more racist
User avatar #78 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Alright, yeah, thats a good point. Really cant argue with that.
#63 - Yeah, but now we all know you're from Denmark, so I'm pretty s…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/20/2014 on But seriously guys, tone it... -1
User avatar #68 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Excuse me? Are you seriously going to imply that the Danish people's knowledge and opinions aren't taken seriously?
A good deal of the worlds bests physicists have either been Danish or developed their theories in junctution with Danes and in the very same Danish facillities in which students recieve education to this very day.

I think you're being silly, right about now.
User avatar #73 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, that last one was a joke. All I'll say to your being Danish is that it's a lot easier to be tolerant of your fellow countrymen when there' 5.5 million of them. It's harder to keep idiots out when a single city in America can be larger than your entire country
User avatar #74 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
I dont see why scope should be an issue. In fact, I would propose that it should be easier to be tolerant, as the diversity should be much larger with a larger population.
Sure, you'll also have more idiots, but the percentage of idiots should be roughly the same as that of a smaller population.
User avatar #76 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
That's why larger cities (LA, NY) tend to be more tolerant. But when you have land and population the stupidest ones who don't want to listen can find a new place to live with other people who can agree and reinforce their bigoted beliefs. That (and history) is why thinly spread populations in the midwest and south are notoriously more racist
User avatar #78 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Alright, yeah, thats a good point. Really cant argue with that.
#57 - What protected life do you live that they are accepted? They …  [+] (7 new replies) 11/20/2014 on But seriously guys, tone it... 0
#59 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
I live in Denmark. Here is neither racism nor homophobia. Writing it out like this, I remember that the land of the free and home of the brave, are still ripe with prejudice and injustice against minorities, but believe it or not, we dont have that here in Denmark.
User avatar #63 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, but now we all know you're from Denmark, so I'm pretty sure even you would agree that your opinion doesn't matter now
User avatar #68 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Excuse me? Are you seriously going to imply that the Danish people's knowledge and opinions aren't taken seriously?
A good deal of the worlds bests physicists have either been Danish or developed their theories in junctution with Danes and in the very same Danish facillities in which students recieve education to this very day.

I think you're being silly, right about now.
User avatar #73 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, that last one was a joke. All I'll say to your being Danish is that it's a lot easier to be tolerant of your fellow countrymen when there' 5.5 million of them. It's harder to keep idiots out when a single city in America can be larger than your entire country
User avatar #74 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
I dont see why scope should be an issue. In fact, I would propose that it should be easier to be tolerant, as the diversity should be much larger with a larger population.
Sure, you'll also have more idiots, but the percentage of idiots should be roughly the same as that of a smaller population.
User avatar #76 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
That's why larger cities (LA, NY) tend to be more tolerant. But when you have land and population the stupidest ones who don't want to listen can find a new place to live with other people who can agree and reinforce their bigoted beliefs. That (and history) is why thinly spread populations in the midwest and south are notoriously more racist
User avatar #78 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Alright, yeah, thats a good point. Really cant argue with that.
#15 - This is like the Zelda argument. But because the story, chara…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/20/2014 on Sweet non-social justice +1
User avatar #21 - nuclearcomedy (11/20/2014) [-]
Again, that's what Ruby, Emerald, and Sapphire are relatively known for, and seeing the geography it's fair to say there is going to be a lot more water to take care of.
Hell, the amount of water in Emerald was huge too, you could even go underwater to have an underwater area to take care of.

If we really compared it to previous games, you could say that Pearl/Diamond has too many cities in comparison, Silver/Gold has too many caves, and Sapphire/Ruby has too much water, and Black/White has too many shit pokemon.

Really, if we wanted to compare past games we'd discuss what was added, and subtracted, not the god damn geography of a chain of islands.
#9 - Funnier than the picture. Thanks 11/20/2014 on I doubt it though +7
#26 - I don't accept your complaint. They had to act like the norm …  [+] (9 new replies) 11/20/2014 on But seriously guys, tone it... -4
User avatar #29 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Do you suggest that homosexuals aren't accepted in society? What century do you live in, exactly?
Or perhaps, which geographical area do you live in, in which you are victim to a temporal flux, thats cast you like 50 years back in time?
User avatar #57 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
What protected life do you live that they are accepted? They may be gaining legal representation, but they are most certainly disliked by people. Do you also think racism doesn't exist anymore?
#59 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
I live in Denmark. Here is neither racism nor homophobia. Writing it out like this, I remember that the land of the free and home of the brave, are still ripe with prejudice and injustice against minorities, but believe it or not, we dont have that here in Denmark.
User avatar #63 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, but now we all know you're from Denmark, so I'm pretty sure even you would agree that your opinion doesn't matter now
User avatar #68 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Excuse me? Are you seriously going to imply that the Danish people's knowledge and opinions aren't taken seriously?
A good deal of the worlds bests physicists have either been Danish or developed their theories in junctution with Danes and in the very same Danish facillities in which students recieve education to this very day.

I think you're being silly, right about now.
User avatar #73 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
Yeah, that last one was a joke. All I'll say to your being Danish is that it's a lot easier to be tolerant of your fellow countrymen when there' 5.5 million of them. It's harder to keep idiots out when a single city in America can be larger than your entire country
User avatar #74 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
I dont see why scope should be an issue. In fact, I would propose that it should be easier to be tolerant, as the diversity should be much larger with a larger population.
Sure, you'll also have more idiots, but the percentage of idiots should be roughly the same as that of a smaller population.
User avatar #76 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
That's why larger cities (LA, NY) tend to be more tolerant. But when you have land and population the stupidest ones who don't want to listen can find a new place to live with other people who can agree and reinforce their bigoted beliefs. That (and history) is why thinly spread populations in the midwest and south are notoriously more racist
User avatar #78 - krobeles (11/20/2014) [-]
Alright, yeah, thats a good point. Really cant argue with that.
#29 - This is the best kind of puffin meme because I agree completel… 11/20/2014 on Unpopular 0
#37 - New York should get Ebola, too. **** Texas... thinkin… 11/20/2014 on USA 2014 Status Update +2
#5 - Much props. At first I thumbed this down, but then I saw your… 11/20/2014 on What happens in... -1
#52 - My bad. I did mean tentacool  [+] (1 new reply) 11/20/2014 on IGN reviews Pokemon Alpha... +1
User avatar #53 - sisterblister (11/20/2014) [-]
o its fine
#11 - What does that even mean? 1/24th of the planets rotation?  [+] (17 new replies) 11/19/2014 on a few more centuries... +3
User avatar #15 - kikx (11/19/2014) [-]
General relativity:

The planet they were on was dangerously close to a black hole, and with the immense gravity, time slowed down so that the hour they spent down there was equal to 20+ years for their companion on the ship.
#86 - Rascal (11/20/2014) [-]
Didn't they say it was more like 7 years per one hour?
User avatar #93 - capslockrage (11/20/2014) [-]
yes but they weren't even down for that long and when they came back it turned out to be like 23 years
User avatar #123 - kikx (11/20/2014) [-]
Don't remember why, but it did turn out to be 23 years when they got back I think..
#21 - tfixari (11/19/2014) [-]
can someone explain this a little more in depth? i suspended my disbelief in the theater because i had no idea what they were talking about but now that i've let a few days pass since i saw it i still don't get it.
User avatar #124 - kikx (11/20/2014) [-]
Anon explained it pretty basically with the graph, just wanted to add that from the SciFi movies I've seen, this one properly dealt with time dilation, relativity and such.
#83 - Rascal (11/20/2014) [-]
This is a very, very crude representation. Pretty much, as you can see on the graph, the lines are of a fixed length. You can't lengthen or shorten them, only rotate it about the origin. For a resting object, the line segment would be pointing straight up, traveling through time as fast as possible. But the second it starts to physically move, the segment rotates clockwise. The reason time goes slower near black holes and at the speed of light is because the objects are moving so fast through space that they are barely moving through time.
#42 - Rascal (11/20/2014) [-]
Read up on relativity. Read up on time dilation. Cool shit that actually happens in the universe
#29 - Rascal (11/20/2014) [-]
Basically as something gets closer to the speed of light time slows down for it. Haven't watched the movie but from what I can surmise the planet is orbiting a black hole and is moving incredibly fast. Someone on that planet is moving relatively faster than someone standing on Earth so time slows down relatively for them.
User avatar #35 - manza (11/20/2014) [-]
People on the space station are actually younger because of this. Astronauts were 0.007 seconds younger than people on Earth after 6 months orbiting.
User avatar #106 - nerozerohero (11/20/2014) [-]
I don't get it yet, I'll certainly come back to it tomorrow when I'm less pass out from lack of energy mode, but that's fucking fantastic to think about.. they are literally younger.. like, damn, that's insane. "They don't think it be like it is, but it do" -Black Science man.
#151 - mdk (11/20/2014) [-]
The speed of Light (C) is a universal constant. The speed of light is literally ALWAYS the speed of light no matter your relative motion. For example, if your speed is 100,000 miles per hour, the speed of light is still exactly the same to you as it would be if you are moving at 0 miles per hour. Typically, you would add or subtract 100,000 miles per hour from the speed of an object to get its actual speed as it relates to your reference point.

Since everybody, no matter their reference point, in motion or not..... in a very powerful gravitation field or not (where space is stretched and light takes a longer time to pass through that space) the speed of light is ALWAYS a constant. Now since light still takes time to travel any distance (light travel of course is not instantaneous) BUT everybody agrees on the speed than light itself must be relative to SOMETHING. That something is what we perceive as Time. In a non moving reference point looking in at a high speed object, since you both perceive light the same way BUT light takes time to travel, Time is what ultimately bends. You would see their clock running slower from your reference even though from theirs, everything looks normal.
User avatar #28 - Lilstow (11/20/2014) [-]
I don't even know what movie this is, but gravitational time dilation is an actual thing.

There is nothing that we know of that ISN'T affected by gravity, and this includes light and time.

And if you don't believe me, this isn't just theory, we have real world examples of gravitational time dilation. GPS satellites are slightly farther from earth's gravity than we are, and thus time from their reference point goes faster than by ours, so they need to take that into account when dealing with time. the difference isn't massive, but it's big enough to be a problem for GPS satelites.
#48 - derpyllama (11/20/2014) [-]
GPS satellites have to account for special relativity too since they're moving with respect to the Earth. I believe that they were the first engineering project that ever had to deal with both at the same time.
#13 - bookieblaster (11/19/2014) [-]
Something about how the planet was close enough to the black hole that time moves slower there in relation to outside the planet and back on earth
User avatar #12 - mspaintpro (11/19/2014) [-]
black holes and general relativity
#25 - The thing is, that's a legit complaint. Pokemon water section…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/19/2014 on IGN reviews Pokemon Alpha... +42
#37 - shiphotel (11/20/2014) [-]
so it gets a c-grade for it?
User avatar #35 - infinitereaper (11/20/2014) [-]
grinding has always been a fundamental part of pokemon
what are ya some sort of filthy casual?
User avatar #38 - adunsaveme (11/20/2014) [-]
Just because it's a 'fundamental part' doesn't mean it's any less rubbish
User avatar #46 - infinitereaper (11/20/2014) [-]
it's not supposed to be easy
User avatar #54 - adunsaveme (11/20/2014) [-]
Who said anything about it being easy?
User avatar #33 - drainbamage (11/20/2014) [-]
I believe you're thinking of tentacools.
User avatar #29 - sisterblister (11/19/2014) [-]
how have you seen magicarps without fishing eat dingdong
User avatar #52 - JHoYouKnow (11/20/2014) [-]
My bad. I did mean tentacool
User avatar #53 - sisterblister (11/20/2014) [-]
o its fine
#32 - So... that's really ******* awful... 11/19/2014 on Tis but a scratch 0
#236 - Killer Killer, the Feared of Men. This one was just awful... … 11/19/2014 on Super villian names 0
#19 - Well, someone finally learned how to do fact comps and actuall… 11/18/2014 on Random Interesting Facts... 0
#24 - Yeah, you're right about the accomplishments. I guess my thin… 11/18/2014 on More on Dr. Matt Taylor -... +1
#21 - This is also a bad argument for being dismissive. We can't ju…  [+] (2 new replies) 11/18/2014 on More on Dr. Matt Taylor -... +1
User avatar #23 - cupotruth (11/18/2014) [-]
I'm not talking about the argument as a whole, just about the singular instance.

With the journalism there is actually some impact with the outcome while with this shirt business nothing is going to really happen from the outcome.

A small win or small loss maybe but this is more about the science for me because I'm just angry about people ignoring this leap in mankind to be trivial about a shirt.

The bigger issue is actually GG while people are arguing about the shirt.

Kind of annoying.
User avatar #24 - JHoYouKnow (11/18/2014) [-]
Yeah, you're right about the accomplishments. I guess my thing is, if you're going to be upset because people who don't understand science will always try to diminish the accomplishments of those who do, it's going to be painful. So everytime that happens (like when people kept accusing the LHC of being able to make a black hole to swallow the earth) we need a few journalists to remind everyone that just because there's some dumb headline that everyone can sell, that isn't the actual big news of the day
#18 - Was on board until he got super islamaphobic... WTF, hahahaha…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/18/2014 on More on Dr. Matt Taylor -... -8
User avatar #69 - JklnHyd (11/18/2014) [-]
While the wording was somewhat poor, he wasn't just randomly saying islamist. Part of islam is that you can't create an image of a human. That's is considered to be something only god should do.
#72 - Yeah. My friend loaned it to me, luckily. The AI's ability t…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/16/2014 on We"ll wait and see +1
User avatar #74 - desacabose (11/16/2014) [-]
>Far Cry 2
>Talk to someone
>Youlooklikeacapableman.Here'sthediamonds.Gokillthemilitia.Rememberthisisasec retassignmentsodon'texpectanyhelp.
#70 - Wait, Far Cry 3 was an improvement on Far Cry 2. Give credit …  [+] (4 new replies) 11/16/2014 on We"ll wait and see +1
User avatar #71 - demandsgayversion (11/16/2014) [-]
I got Far Cry 2 on a steam sale for somewhere around $1.

it wasn't worth it.
User avatar #82 - narwhalspy (11/16/2014) [-]
Got it for free from a friend who got it from his job.

Still wasn't worth it.
User avatar #72 - JHoYouKnow (11/16/2014) [-]
Yeah. My friend loaned it to me, luckily. The AI's ability to spot you from 1000 yards crouching behind a tree made everything ridiculous
User avatar #74 - desacabose (11/16/2014) [-]
>Far Cry 2
>Talk to someone
>Youlooklikeacapableman.Here'sthediamonds.Gokillthemilitia.Rememberthisisasec retassignmentsodon'texpectanyhelp.
#63 - Hahahahaha, I'm glad you were willing to humor me. Thanks man  [+] (1 new reply) 11/15/2014 on Life Hack comp 0
User avatar #64 - fym (11/15/2014) [-]
This conversation was oddly fun. I had a great time
#61 - You're post sucked. It's okay. Just stop being a bitch and admit it  [+] (3 new replies) 11/15/2014 on Life Hack comp 0
#62 - fym (11/15/2014) [-]
OK it did. But that still doesn't mean you should go to peoples content and bitch about it. Plus this is my first content i hate that i'm saying this but, thank you because now I know not to post stuff I didn't make. also I took your "advice" and made two OC's again now i know... again..thank you
User avatar #63 - JHoYouKnow (11/15/2014) [-]
Hahahahaha, I'm glad you were willing to humor me. Thanks man
User avatar #64 - fym (11/15/2014) [-]
This conversation was oddly fun. I had a great time
#59 - He responds a day later... Dude, you ****** up. Inste…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/15/2014 on Life Hack comp 0
User avatar #60 - fym (11/15/2014) [-]
Fuck you. I didnt do anything wrong.
User avatar #61 - JHoYouKnow (11/15/2014) [-]
You're post sucked. It's okay. Just stop being a bitch and admit it
#62 - fym (11/15/2014) [-]
OK it did. But that still doesn't mean you should go to peoples content and bitch about it. Plus this is my first content i hate that i'm saying this but, thank you because now I know not to post stuff I didn't make. also I took your "advice" and made two OC's again now i know... again..thank you
User avatar #63 - JHoYouKnow (11/15/2014) [-]
Hahahahaha, I'm glad you were willing to humor me. Thanks man
User avatar #64 - fym (11/15/2014) [-]
This conversation was oddly fun. I had a great time

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