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#15 - Comment deleted 01/07/2015 on Forever alone 0
#11 - Black lagoon is awesome on so many levels.  [+] (2 new replies) 01/07/2015 on DBZ Squad 0
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#18 - ilbacondeity (01/07/2015) [-]
It's actually really depressing... It's sometimes really hard to swallow... I think that's just my psych degree talking, but I still love the fuckin animu.
#25 - thechosentroll (01/07/2015) [-]
It covered a pretty wide spectrum of emotions, from sadness through happiness all the way to "lolwat?". Also nice character development.
#51 - Wouldn't it be red colored? As you move away from the light so…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/07/2015 on Lets go on an adventure to... +1
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#56 - somenerd (01/07/2015) [-]
No it would look blue if you were looking back. Blue light has a higher wavelength than red light and because it appears to your eye that the crests are farther apart it interprets the color as blue. If you were to look forward, you would see red.
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#93 - undeadmaus (01/07/2015) [-]
Nah son you got it mixed up.
#73 - twentyandahalf (01/07/2015) [-]
Blue light has a higher frequency, not wavelength. Higher frequency = shorter wavelength, and vice versa. By looking backwards, the light is "stretched" because it enters your eye more slowly, causing a longer wavelength and therefore lower frequency. Since you're traveling so fast, it would be shifted all the way into the radio frequency part of the spectrum, if it reaches your eye at all. If you looked forwards, the light would be "squeezed" into x-rays or gamma rays. Either way, you wouldn't be able to see much of anything since your eyes can't pick up any wavelengths longer than red or shorter than violet.
#3 - Same with sharpening pencils. 01/07/2015 on Office supplies 0
#85 - The only problem is, one shot will puncture it and then the wa…  [+] (1 new reply) 01/07/2015 on You see Ivan... +1
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#109 - kumimono (01/07/2015) [-]
I figure some sort of compartmentalization might work.
#82 - A human body is largely made up of water. Imagine attaching se…  [+] (3 new replies) 01/07/2015 on You see Ivan... 0
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#84 - kumimono (01/07/2015) [-]
A thought I had not long ago, about airlifting heavy armor. Basically, build the armor out of relatively thin material, aluminum, some such, so it's light. But make it hollow, a, ehm, tank, essentially. Airlift, fill with water.
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#85 - Lambda (01/07/2015) [-]
The only problem is, one shot will puncture it and then the water will leak out. So it can only really take one blast.
Would probably be better for stationary installations, but then again, sandbags can take more than one shot without leaking, so they'd be a better choice for most places.
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#109 - kumimono (01/07/2015) [-]
I figure some sort of compartmentalization might work.
#73 - Picture 01/06/2015 on Krystal +1
#143 - It's been a long time since I've seen anybody make a big deal … 01/06/2015 on Come here to feel, not laugh +2
#5 - And you, Lambda, here's some social awkwardness and an interne… 01/05/2015 on Gods gifts +10
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