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#207 - Wow, at 22 I'm still a teen? Fascinating. 11/18/2014 on True Equality is a Bitch 0
#138 - Instead how about NOBODY has to sign up for the *******…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/17/2014 on True Equality is a Bitch +12
#195 - notafunnyguy (11/17/2014) [-]
teen angst 101
User avatar #207 - Ninotori (11/18/2014) [-]
Wow, at 22 I'm still a teen? Fascinating.
#191 - themanhodge (11/17/2014) [-]
I believe that every person has the right to fight and die for what they believe, i also believe that if in a situation that requires a draft if you do not do your duty to protect america AND HER ALLIES then you should be kicked out of the country to not be a blight on every other man.
#9093 - **Ninotori rolls 739,790,494** 11/15/2014 on $25 Visa Card Give-Away 0
#20 - Frankly, you might get more energy out of incinerating people… 11/05/2014 on All Night Gym 0
#19 - We use calories to produce energy which we then burn to make o…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/05/2014 on All Night Gym 0
User avatar #20 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
Frankly, you might get more energy out of incinerating people than trying to harvest chemical reactions and heat.
#17 - The electrical impulses in our brains are pathetically tiny, a…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/05/2014 on All Night Gym 0
User avatar #18 - schneidend (11/05/2014) [-]
But we use calories to produce energy, which the machines cannot do, so feeding us isn't a net loss to them, especially since they feed us to each other as a protein slurry. Maybe it's not as efficient as it could be, but they don't have any better options.
User avatar #19 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
We use calories to produce energy which we then burn to make ourselves function. We use that energy to make muscles move, to create products like digestive juices, hormones, chemical receptors, proteins, and to rebuild our body as it ages and is damaged. The less we move, the fewer calories we'd need to take in, and if we took more in we'd only store it as unecessary fat. As muscles remain immobile in people, they are slowly replaced with fibrous tissue that is less vascularized (blood fed) and contains very few cells. So we'd actually be mostly taking in tons of calories we wouldn't even have any use for, it'd just be gone to fat. Basically, we take in things that we use to make energy, but that energy we make is either stored or used by our body, almost nothing is really lost or produced in a way that could be harnessed in any fashion.
User avatar #20 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
Frankly, you might get more energy out of incinerating people than trying to harvest chemical reactions and heat.
#15 - Hell furthermore, muscl movement is where we get most of our h…  [+] (5 new replies) 11/03/2014 on All Night Gym 0
User avatar #16 - schneidend (11/04/2014) [-]
Well, I believe the machines are mostly harvesting the electrical impulses in our brains, and do so by stimulating our brains with a reality they control.
User avatar #17 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
The electrical impulses in our brains are pathetically tiny, and humans over all are net consumers of energy not producers, we in general would take more effort to power than we would produce, especially in that weakened state.
User avatar #18 - schneidend (11/05/2014) [-]
But we use calories to produce energy, which the machines cannot do, so feeding us isn't a net loss to them, especially since they feed us to each other as a protein slurry. Maybe it's not as efficient as it could be, but they don't have any better options.
User avatar #19 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
We use calories to produce energy which we then burn to make ourselves function. We use that energy to make muscles move, to create products like digestive juices, hormones, chemical receptors, proteins, and to rebuild our body as it ages and is damaged. The less we move, the fewer calories we'd need to take in, and if we took more in we'd only store it as unecessary fat. As muscles remain immobile in people, they are slowly replaced with fibrous tissue that is less vascularized (blood fed) and contains very few cells. So we'd actually be mostly taking in tons of calories we wouldn't even have any use for, it'd just be gone to fat. Basically, we take in things that we use to make energy, but that energy we make is either stored or used by our body, almost nothing is really lost or produced in a way that could be harnessed in any fashion.
User avatar #20 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
Frankly, you might get more energy out of incinerating people than trying to harvest chemical reactions and heat.
#5 - tl/dr, I can't watch TV or movies anymore because scientific i…  [+] (3 new replies) 11/01/2014 on All Night Gym 0
User avatar #13 - emiyashirou (11/01/2014) [-]
Go watch Lucy. It was the worst piece of shit movie I'd seen in years.
User avatar #11 - Sammmy (11/01/2014) [-]
You sound like the worst person to watch movies with ever. They're made for entertainment, not to be accurate. If you want that shit, watch a documentary.
User avatar #10 - wizardfist (11/01/2014) [-]
you must be fun at parties.
#4 - If he'd never used them before it'd would be physically imposs…  [+] (14 new replies) 11/01/2014 on All Night Gym +9
User avatar #14 - schneidend (11/01/2014) [-]
Meh, the machines would probably electrically stimulate your muscles so that you don't completely atrophy. Otherwise, you'd make a shitty addition to the protein slurry when you died.
User avatar #15 - Ninotori (11/03/2014) [-]
Hell furthermore, muscl movement is where we get most of our heat, we would be terrible batteries in that state.
User avatar #16 - schneidend (11/04/2014) [-]
Well, I believe the machines are mostly harvesting the electrical impulses in our brains, and do so by stimulating our brains with a reality they control.
User avatar #17 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
The electrical impulses in our brains are pathetically tiny, and humans over all are net consumers of energy not producers, we in general would take more effort to power than we would produce, especially in that weakened state.
User avatar #18 - schneidend (11/05/2014) [-]
But we use calories to produce energy, which the machines cannot do, so feeding us isn't a net loss to them, especially since they feed us to each other as a protein slurry. Maybe it's not as efficient as it could be, but they don't have any better options.
User avatar #19 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
We use calories to produce energy which we then burn to make ourselves function. We use that energy to make muscles move, to create products like digestive juices, hormones, chemical receptors, proteins, and to rebuild our body as it ages and is damaged. The less we move, the fewer calories we'd need to take in, and if we took more in we'd only store it as unecessary fat. As muscles remain immobile in people, they are slowly replaced with fibrous tissue that is less vascularized (blood fed) and contains very few cells. So we'd actually be mostly taking in tons of calories we wouldn't even have any use for, it'd just be gone to fat. Basically, we take in things that we use to make energy, but that energy we make is either stored or used by our body, almost nothing is really lost or produced in a way that could be harnessed in any fashion.
User avatar #20 - Ninotori (11/05/2014) [-]
Frankly, you might get more energy out of incinerating people than trying to harvest chemical reactions and heat.
User avatar #12 - plasticcup (11/01/2014) [-]
Maybe thats why he was chosen, because he was the only one among those in the matrix that could masturbate.
#8 - scorze (11/01/2014) [-]
Uhmmm, he was kept in some magical liquid, that explains it! Don't think about scientific inaccuracies bro, you'll ruin your experience.
User avatar #7 - forbesydemon (11/01/2014) [-]
I started reading this thinking you were talking about lifting and was going to call you out on the fact that every muscle is used in small amounts during everyday activities. Then I got to the end and saw you were talking about the movie and it made sense.
User avatar #5 - Ninotori (11/01/2014) [-]
tl/dr, I can't watch TV or movies anymore because scientific inaccuracies piss me off.
User avatar #13 - emiyashirou (11/01/2014) [-]
Go watch Lucy. It was the worst piece of shit movie I'd seen in years.
User avatar #11 - Sammmy (11/01/2014) [-]
You sound like the worst person to watch movies with ever. They're made for entertainment, not to be accurate. If you want that shit, watch a documentary.
User avatar #10 - wizardfist (11/01/2014) [-]
you must be fun at parties.
#59 - You can also see it as the rat as the woman and the gull as th… 10/31/2014 on I'm Ready for the Hate 0

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User avatar #14 - PoisinSandwich (12/02/2012) [-]
I got too lazy to make a message. But for drawing, I just cannot seem to be able to draw hands with correct looking fingers, faces in any way or form, and i always mess up on size ratios of head to body sometimes. Either its too big or small most of the time
User avatar #15 to #14 - PoisinSandwich (12/02/2012) [-]
And thanks for all th hel and offering to work with me again
User avatar #16 to #15 - Ninotori (12/03/2012) [-]
No problem, try these:

Look at the anatomy of human hands. Learn it really well and in detail. Bones, fat, nails, tendons etc, and try drawing some studies of those things. Use the medical/scientific standard to check your accuracy.

Practice drawing your own hands in different positions from sight. Don't draw what you think you see, draw what you actually see (dont draw a hand in an equal position, look at your hand and draw it). Use sighting and measuring techniques.

Draw some hands in photos using the grid method (google it it's really easy).

Just draw lots of hands, and REALLY work yourself on that accuracy. Use that anatomy knowledge, reference photos, and sighting/measuring in your practice and with practice you'll really learn how to draw hands without so much trouble. Like you memorize how to drive or write, it will improve and stick with you until it's second nature.
User avatar #17 to #16 - Ninotori (12/03/2012) [-]
Apply these same techniques to body and face.

Artists have over many years pinpointed human body and facial proportions that you can learn and use to improve accuracy and draw without reference. Look them up.

Look up 'gesture drawing'. It's a technique with the purpose of improving drawing humans, giving character to the body, utilizing time for your work (both quick rendering and long drawing periods). It's a simple, loose type of practice that will help you improve alot, and fast. Professional artists all use this. You can draw using photos just as easily as a live model too.

If you want more explanation or some direction to take for these techniques or something else specific, ask away.
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User avatar #3 to #2 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
motivation? I waas supposed to be motivating? oops.
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User avatar #5 to #4 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Added jogging to my usual evening walks, but I haven't worked up to anything else yet.

Thinking that I'm just gonna aim for dropping the weight via diet and working up the jogging before I try a fancy plan.
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User avatar #7 to #6 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Sure thing :) I will admit though I fell victim to some brownies today XD Only had two, and I gotta say, they were disgusting. I wanted sweet, but that **** nearly ****** killed me :(
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User avatar #9 to #8 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Yup :) I've generally just been eating about 2k calories a day, which is even i think, and I'm hoping as I jog more I'l be burning more and losing more too :D
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User avatar #11 to #10 - Ninotori (07/27/2012) [-]
Sure :)
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