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#104 - haha very welcome, you're helping me revise really, I have fin… 04/28/2014 on Random Fact Comp 8 0
#100 - You'd age past puberty normally until you reached adulthood at…  [+] (2 new replies) 04/28/2014 on Random Fact Comp 8 +1
User avatar #103 - tardaboveall (04/28/2014) [-]
Thank you. Not only for a serious answer but for teaching me something. It's not everyday I can say I learned something new and genuinely interesting on FJ
User avatar #104 - biomedic (04/28/2014) [-]
haha very welcome, you're helping me revise really, I have finals in a month and this is included.
#89 - The reason you'd live so long is because ageing is slowed, so …  [+] (4 new replies) 04/28/2014 on Random Fact Comp 8 +3
User avatar #96 - tardaboveall (04/28/2014) [-]
I see. In fear of appearing stupid, may I ask if the process of being a child would be slowed down as well. Would you be a child for like, 40-50 years, or would the time post-puberty to, say, 65-70 years of age be stretched?
User avatar #100 - biomedic (04/28/2014) [-]
You'd age past puberty normally until you reached adulthood at around 21. From then on ageing is caused by damage to DNA due to many, many many environmental factors. Telomeres act as a buffer to prevent the coding DNA from getting damaged though, so by extending their use, it slows the rate of damage to coding DNA and thereby, ageing.
TL;DR you'd be like 21 for 100 years.
User avatar #103 - tardaboveall (04/28/2014) [-]
Thank you. Not only for a serious answer but for teaching me something. It's not everyday I can say I learned something new and genuinely interesting on FJ
User avatar #104 - biomedic (04/28/2014) [-]
haha very welcome, you're helping me revise really, I have finals in a month and this is included.
#33 - yeah. Jeremy clarkson once posted his credit card number onlin… 04/28/2014 on Shannon doesn't seem very... 0
#91 - -oin. 04/28/2014 on Refreshing +3
#82 - I thought that was more of a German thing? 04/27/2014 on Most popular sport by country 0
#81 - kickboxing all you need is another person and anger management issues. 04/27/2014 on Most popular sport by country +7
#61 - From seeing the way my sister turned out, it's not entirely th… 04/25/2014 on Joys Of Parenthood 0
#123 - He got thumbed down for generalising everyone that drinks or h… 04/25/2014 on Meaning of drugs 0
#121 - No. stop. If you inject more than 2 marajuanas you will overdose! 04/25/2014 on Meaning of drugs +13
#111 - frakin toasters. 04/23/2014 on Family Time 0
#202 - It's come to my attention there are two king's schools in the …  [+] (1 new reply) 04/23/2014 on Americans Vs. British +1
#210 - StealerShock (04/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's what it was when I joined. 5 years later, it's nearer to £13k
#56 - Yah, I meant King's Canterbury though, obviously you have to p… 04/23/2014 on Americans Vs. British 0
#15 - I don't think you have to pay to go to King's Canterbury. I kn…  [+] (6 new replies) 04/23/2014 on Americans Vs. British 0
User avatar #186 - whyamialion (04/23/2014) [-]
Maybe they got in on a scholarship? Like a fully paid one, whatever the word is for that
#211 - StealerShock (04/24/2014) [-]
those don't really exist in the uk, the most you'll ever get unless you have an IQ of about 200 is around 40%
User avatar #202 - biomedic (04/23/2014) [-]
It's come to my attention there are two king's schools in the Canterbury area haha. the people I know don't go to the private one, it's £10,000 per term.
#210 - StealerShock (04/24/2014) [-]
yeah, that's what it was when I joined. 5 years later, it's nearer to £13k
#42 - anonymous (04/23/2014) [-]
Currently at a private international school in surrey, and yeah, you gotta pay. A LOT.
User avatar #56 - biomedic (04/23/2014) [-]
Yah, I meant King's Canterbury though, obviously you have to pay to go to other ones like Eton and such.
#105 - The illuminate one always makes me laugh. I like to think some… 04/23/2014 on Cringe Compilation 16 +1
#1907 - **biomedic rolls 8,815,868** 04/22/2014 on Freeeeeeeeeee 0
#23 - Yes shikari.  [+] (1 new reply) 04/21/2014 on Happy 4/20 +2
#28 - moorbs (04/21/2014) [-]
Yeah buddy!
#104 - It does feel a little bit like this guy would be the end product. 04/21/2014 on "Political Gymnastics" 0
#43 - War has changed a little. You can't mass produce the high-tech… 04/21/2014 on Is Polandball still a thing? +5
#119 - Picture 04/18/2014 on Divine burn +1
#53 - well here's to a better future for everyone.  [+] (1 new reply) 04/11/2014 on Personification +1
User avatar #54 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
So long as things stay he way they are between Republicans and Unionists in N.I, I don't see the greatest of hopes. I just wish there were some better system. Say a better system, where every person were allowed to be legally recognized by the state as Irish, N. Irish or British/Unionist and be treated accordingly, as complicated as that sounds.
#51 - There's so many factors to it, yeah, but I was just covering t…  [+] (3 new replies) 04/11/2014 on Personification 0
User avatar #52 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
Don't we just have the most complicated of histories.
User avatar #53 - biomedic (04/11/2014) [-]
well here's to a better future for everyone.
User avatar #54 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
So long as things stay he way they are between Republicans and Unionists in N.I, I don't see the greatest of hopes. I just wish there were some better system. Say a better system, where every person were allowed to be legally recognized by the state as Irish, N. Irish or British/Unionist and be treated accordingly, as complicated as that sounds.
#45 - Some of them do, some of them don't it all traces back to the …  [+] (5 new replies) 04/11/2014 on Personification 0
User avatar #49 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
Forgiv me if I'm wrong, but coming from somebody living here I believe that the reason the Country was split was due to the Signing of the Treaty, which would give Ireland a free-state, so long as they swear allegiance to the British Crown. Northern Ireland would stay as part of the UK due to the high number of Protestants that lived in the six counties in Ulster (All of Ulster was not included). There was a lot of dispute over the whole thing which eventually led to the Irish Civil War.
User avatar #51 - biomedic (04/11/2014) [-]
There's so many factors to it, yeah, but I was just covering the root of it all, which was colonisation causing cultural divide 300 years before the civil war.
User avatar #52 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
Don't we just have the most complicated of histories.
User avatar #53 - biomedic (04/11/2014) [-]
well here's to a better future for everyone.
User avatar #54 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
So long as things stay he way they are between Republicans and Unionists in N.I, I don't see the greatest of hopes. I just wish there were some better system. Say a better system, where every person were allowed to be legally recognized by the state as Irish, N. Irish or British/Unionist and be treated accordingly, as complicated as that sounds.
#42 - it's a tad bit more complicated than that.  [+] (7 new replies) 04/11/2014 on Personification +5
User avatar #43 - casualbro (04/11/2014) [-]
Do the people not want to be Irish?
User avatar #45 - biomedic (04/11/2014) [-]
Some of them do, some of them don't it all traces back to the 1600s when there was mass migration of people from Scotland and Enlgand to what is now northern Ireland because of a colonisation plan set up by the king. The plan was basically cultural imperialism and aimed to take control away from the predominantly gaelic, catholic chiefs. Basically in the long run it set up a massive cultural divide and since then there has been tension and split loyalty. But northern Ireland 'chose' to remain part of the UK following Irish independence.
User avatar #49 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
Forgiv me if I'm wrong, but coming from somebody living here I believe that the reason the Country was split was due to the Signing of the Treaty, which would give Ireland a free-state, so long as they swear allegiance to the British Crown. Northern Ireland would stay as part of the UK due to the high number of Protestants that lived in the six counties in Ulster (All of Ulster was not included). There was a lot of dispute over the whole thing which eventually led to the Irish Civil War.
User avatar #51 - biomedic (04/11/2014) [-]
There's so many factors to it, yeah, but I was just covering the root of it all, which was colonisation causing cultural divide 300 years before the civil war.
User avatar #52 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
Don't we just have the most complicated of histories.
User avatar #53 - biomedic (04/11/2014) [-]
well here's to a better future for everyone.
User avatar #54 - novels (04/11/2014) [-]
So long as things stay he way they are between Republicans and Unionists in N.I, I don't see the greatest of hopes. I just wish there were some better system. Say a better system, where every person were allowed to be legally recognized by the state as Irish, N. Irish or British/Unionist and be treated accordingly, as complicated as that sounds.
#41 - the great war was wwI... no nazis involved. 04/09/2014 on feel time bros 0
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I get the reference.
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