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bigbonew

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Age: 26
Date Signed Up:9/23/2010
Location:Nagoya Japan
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Majoring in astrophysics in a german university.
Having an exchange year in Nagoya now.

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#34 - I'd vote Trump, but somehow noone speaks here about Pence. I d…  [+] (2 replies) 11/03/2016 on Trumper Comp89 0
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#92 - theattackmaster (11/03/2016) [-]
He's the governor of the Union state of Indiana. He managed to get their debt down, and their revenue up. He's considered a pretty damn good leader throughout Indiana, and even throughout my state of Illinois.
#76 - XxanerkiztjunkyxX (11/03/2016) [-]
He's a religious Christian, he most likely does not agree with Trump on LGBT Civil Liberties being a Federal thing and will most likely want to leave it up to State's rights. He had a law in his state Religious freedom law preventing (like for the bakers not wanting to bake gay cakes or something) I just remember it because some Vietnam immigrant beat the shit out of her child and got away with it on the ground of religious freedom (Spare the rod, spoil the child). Not very sure on many of Pence's positions though, I'd say research it some.
#188 - that is true, but the change is too quick and too forced. nucl…  [+] (1 reply) 10/31/2016 on 28 - 19 - 16 0
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#194 - liero (10/31/2016) [-]
my country already has tide energy generators actually, they're planning on making more of them but so far they're trying to do solar.
as for the too quick and too forced change, I believe anything would be better than the immense amount of coal and natural gas/fossil fuels we use today, of course it's gonna be hard to switch, but I think it's possible.

as for nuclear facilities, you have to understand the concerns around them as well; meltdowns are catastrophic and they're very subjected to the enviroment, two examples of absolutely massive catastrophes are the Chernobyl and more recently, the Fukishima meltdown, and I think that's what concerns most people rather than ignorance or stubbornness
#59 - ******* source? or is that the only awesome animation?  [+] (1 reply) 10/31/2016 on Little Mac and Samus 0
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#63 - tepidteal (10/31/2016) [-]
Anti-Magic Academy: The 35th Test Platoon
kissanime.to/Anime/Taimadou-Gakuen-35-Shiken-Shoutai
#178 - early stage solar energy barely produced enough energy in its …  [+] (3 replies) 10/31/2016 on 28 - 19 - 16 0
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#180 - liero (10/31/2016) [-]
but that is early stage solar energy, we're always finding out ways to diminish the costs and the enviromental backslash, just like how we have with other energy sources
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#188 - bigbonew (10/31/2016) [-]
that is true, but the change is too quick and too forced. nuclear facilities get cut from the grid, even though they will produce energy anyway, immense demand for rare elements for the solar energy introduces negative impacts on the miners etc. Real good investments would be nuclear fission (thorium liquid reactors), deep earth heating and tide energy generators.

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#194 - liero (10/31/2016) [-]
my country already has tide energy generators actually, they're planning on making more of them but so far they're trying to do solar.
as for the too quick and too forced change, I believe anything would be better than the immense amount of coal and natural gas/fossil fuels we use today, of course it's gonna be hard to switch, but I think it's possible.

as for nuclear facilities, you have to understand the concerns around them as well; meltdowns are catastrophic and they're very subjected to the enviroment, two examples of absolutely massive catastrophes are the Chernobyl and more recently, the Fukishima meltdown, and I think that's what concerns most people rather than ignorance or stubbornness
#46 - you do know that this comic is literally the other way round i…  [+] (1 reply) 10/24/2016 on Poostomso Olfar Keir +1
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#48 - captainprincess (10/24/2016) [-]
yes
but Im not talking about the original
Im talking about this one
#121 - America, don't **** this up. You only will get this one chance…  [+] (2 replies) 10/16/2016 on Trump can quickscope +2
#186 - anon (10/16/2016) [-]
We're not fucking it up. We're going to ride that orange clown out of the country on a rail.
#156 - bobtombobbob (10/16/2016) [-]
Hillary is going to win and Trump is going to lose biggly