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#118 - **banteringcat used "*roll picture*"** **banteringcat rolle… 5 hours ago on Soldier 76's Stand... 0
#10 - Who is the new guy?  [+] (1 new reply) 06/27/2016 on fish mouth purple hairs 0
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#12 - fitemeirlbro (06/27/2016) [-]
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#527 - **banteringcat used "*roll picture*"** **banteringcat rolle… 06/17/2016 on Admin's face gets leaked 0
#10 - Same thing happened to me. I couldn't take the whole scenario … 06/14/2016 on Robo love +3
#23 - Thank god I wasn't around for may 06/14/2016 on Pretty accurate (besides... 0
#19 - I think it's self sustaining  [+] (6 new replies) 06/11/2016 on DIY Mini Zen Garden +1
#20 - keligus (06/11/2016) [-]
how? the water inside will become vapor and then go through the water cycle i understand, but eventually the plant will grow and require more water, the worm will eat what nutrients are in the soil and convert it to good plant nutrients, but eventually the worm will die and the dirt will no longer have what the plant needs. eventually this plant will die and everything inside will die. the question is will the plant or the worm die first? my bet is on the worm
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#22 - mehehe (06/11/2016) [-]
not technically, since he's closed the system the plant will only get as large as the oxygen inside the bulb will allow it too, it will also force the water to stay in a constant cycle without losing any since there's no where for it to go, the worm is a problem, it could and will eventually die, and since i dont know how they reproduce unless you got another one it could be quite difficult to get the soil to stay balanced, but if it survives this system will be fine
#25 - blueracer (06/11/2016) [-]
worms reproduce a sexualy. the "collar" looking thing on worms is actually the baby worm being made
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#50 - iqequalzero (06/11/2016) [-]
Fairly sure worms dont reproduce asexually.
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#63 - steampoweredbot (06/11/2016) [-]
Depends on the type of worm.
Some of them can reproduce sexually and asexually (the mudworm comes to mind). They have the sexual organs to reproduce sexually, and can reproduce asexually through fragmentation.
#24 - keligus (06/11/2016) [-]
the system eventually will die, but all things eventually die
#28 - All you need is 1 hp on the shield and it'll block the damage 06/11/2016 on Return to Sender 0
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#24 - I just wish the lore wasn't so goddamn hard to access. It's so… 06/05/2016 on Waifu souls 3: The firekeeper 0
#151 - It happened again...  [+] (1 new reply) 06/05/2016 on Tech Support Gore 3 :... 0
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#169 - propanex (06/05/2016) [-]
I did that second one on purpose