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Lambda

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#12 - That looks like the least cozy bathroom ever. Why does con…  [+] (2 replies) 09/27/2014 on Its so unnecessary, but i... +1
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#15 - stifflimb (09/27/2014) [-]
Thats cause it's used to kill people in there and the special tub is for easier compartment of the body!
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#14 - heraske (09/27/2014) [-]
Looks more like a BDSM dungeon than a bathroom.
#39 - It's a rapidly decompressing gas. it happens.  [+] (1 reply) 09/27/2014 on No Smoking +1
#40 - draaaaiven (09/27/2014) [-]
Forgot that it's down to the point of liquifying.
#26 - Doesn't using a CO2 fire extinguisher on a person cause freeze burns?  [+] (11 replies) 09/27/2014 on No Smoking +3
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#49 - fishinyourface (09/27/2014) [-]
I hope so
#38 - draaaaiven (09/27/2014) [-]
I very much doubt it. Why would the CO2 be cold?
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#43 - draaaaiven (09/27/2014) [-]
With the formula for ideal gas:
p * V = n * R * T (pressure, volume, constant, constant and temperature)
I would guess that if the pressure is falling rapidly and the gas can't expand fast enough the temperature has to go down to keep the formula equalized.
#45 - draaaaiven (09/27/2014) [-]
This is bullshit. The real reason is that the gas has to work against inner forces (van der Waals forces eg.) and outer pressure therefore it's losing energy therefore it gets colder.
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#39 - Lambda (09/27/2014) [-]
It's a rapidly decompressing gas. it happens.
#40 - draaaaiven (09/27/2014) [-]
Forgot that it's down to the point of liquifying.
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#32 - TheFixer (09/27/2014) [-]
doesn't smoking in a building cause a health risk and a potential fire hazard? I personally don't care if you smoke outside but I rather my house and place of work didn't smell of smoke unless its the kind from burning wood in a wood stove.
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#30 - thesticklebricks (09/27/2014) [-]
it's all staged bs anyway.
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#31 - Lambda (09/27/2014) [-]
That's exactly what I'm saying.
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#27 - mondominiman (09/27/2014) [-]
whatever the bitch asked for it