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- Beats me.
wait for it
- *Laughs* *Cries* Nowadays I end up agonising over …
- Wha- that's how they move?
Nature Is Fucking Awesome 22
Sorry for long read
Only when threatened. I remember when this was posted by itself once and someone said that the starfish was trying to eat the clam
you can see it at the start where the clam is slightly open
but because they are filter feeders, they use up almost all of they're energy in moving forward like that. mysteriousmrkibby was half right in that opening and closing their shell quickly creates a pressure vacuum, which creates a jet of water, that propels them (you can see the sand get blown up behind them.
I have approximate knowledge of many things
I think they fart water out behind them or something.
Dual water fart jet propulsion.
- I want to see Beth's capacity to be a Hitler.
fascism scanner (KEK)
Not even close. Beth's not nearly as charismatic. She might be smart but her world views are mostly self-denying and insecure fluff.
- We've got people in this comment section saying that Islam has…
Princess High Ground
The problem is the Quran is much more built to resist change and the societies it exists in are ultra conservative.
While the reform can be done it would need a Martin Luther level reformist with backing from the west who does not get killed by radicals... so real hard but not impossible.
Well what n some laces things were looking up in the early 80s. It really is a shame we pushed the extremists just to fight Russia.
the Bible is never less literal. just misinterpreted.
a quick example, it was pretty obvious that when Jesus broke the bread and said, this is my body, which is given to you. Do this in remembrance of me. When Jesus is standing right out there saying yo this is a symbol of my body being broken for you, only the Roman Catholics took it literally, as transubstantiation.
It was the reformation started by Martin Luther King that divided tradition and what constitutes as the word of God. People were killing for tradition. And the old testament vs new testament is NOT a 'reinterpretation' of the Bible. it is what has changed due to the coming of Jesus.
I have limited knowledge on Islam so i will not comment much, except the fact that it is written by their prophet, who is of the bloodline of Ishmael which is in contrast of the Jews and subsequently Jesus who is the descendant of Isaac .
sorry if i'm hard to understand
Martin Luther, not Martin Luther King
Malcolm X died for our sins, you heretic!
I don't know why but I found myself laughing hysterically to this
- EM-Drive when I know it supposedly works completely d…
We’re going to Space...
EM drive doesn't work.
The test wasn't done under vacuum, and the "thrust" produced was actually less than the predicted air current movement from the power cord heating the air.
hear me out
what if we made what was essentially a really big gauss cannon to fire spaceships out of the gravity well completely removing the need for a first stage
Already in the works for satellite launch. Here are some of the issues with it:
* EMP. If you're going to send something through a magnetic field, it has to be shielded.
* Induction causes heating
Both of these are solved via Faraday cage, but that leads to its own problem- the cage can't fuck with the aerodynamics, increase drag, etc, increases weight and power consumption, and so on. THe good news is that it still can be used to protect satellites in orbit to a certain extent, so it's still a good idea, just incredibly expensive and inefficient.
Probably a long way from using it for people.
- To each their own.
Mugman knows whats up
helsing ultimate abridged
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Mugman knows whats up
- Very true.
Water Under the Burrows:...
idk man, I'm drunk as a sailor
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