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#11 - Thanks for the concern bro, I've already fallen although it wa… 11/10/2012 on Suzuki Burnout FAIL 0
#1 - Idiot shouldn't have let go of the throttle. On a sid…  [+] (16 new replies) 11/09/2012 on Suzuki Burnout FAIL -4
#9 - elamosupremo (11/10/2012) [-]
In this world there are only two types of riders the one which have fallen and the ones who will fall. Be very careful
PS It is preferable to disengage the clutch in these types of situations.
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#11 - meandmyburger (11/10/2012) [-]
Thanks for the concern bro, I've already fallen although it wasn't my fault!

Some dick of a car driver ran a red light and well...yeah that shit hurt!
#7 - effzero (11/10/2012) [-]
This thing is sooo hard to wheelie !

its only a 50cc :(
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#17 - effzero (11/13/2012) [-]
How did you find this thread XD !

If anything I wouldn't want to pull a wheel on mine. Fairing are too weak! I'm guessing you're 16 right ?
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#20 - effzero (11/13/2012) [-]
Looking at your bike it looks like you have the same engine as me ! or at least the same engine castings
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#19 - effzero (11/13/2012) [-]
An aprilia mate, Aprilia rs50. Im from the UK, legally allowed to ride a restricted 50cc which goes 30mph. I had mine de restricted ( Screw going 30mph) and it reaches 58mph fully stock. Im 17 btw, i can now get a 125cc but i love my rs50 too much so im buying a bore kit for it. Takes it to 80cc, get about 80mph out of it then
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#22 - effzero (11/13/2012) [-]
Nah , aprilia have "piaggio" engines in them now, well the newer models do.

The new laws here will make sure you cant get 400cc at 18 , you have to be 19. to get anything bigger than a 400cc you have to be 24+ :/
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#24 - effzero (11/13/2012) [-]
Wheres "here" ?
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#248 - I'm tired, I work night shifts, that's why I said bla bla.. yo…  [+] (1 new reply) 11/08/2012 on Bad news, everyone dies +2
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#249 - terezius (11/08/2012) [-]
Alright, have a good day/night whatever.
#242 - I just had a thought... Although we're safe, in years…  [+] (9 new replies) 11/08/2012 on Bad news, everyone dies +2
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#247 - terezius (11/08/2012) [-]
"Sun runs out of fuel." Wat. Dude how do you think the sun works?
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#250 - emilmeddild (11/08/2012) [-]
Well, that is basically what is going to happen.
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#251 - terezius (11/08/2012) [-]
No, what is going to happen is that the sun will expand, further and further, growing big enough to "swallow" earth up, possibly more, then after time get smaller and smaller and suddenly just dissapear, or create a super-nova, but our star is not nearly big enough to create a super-nova.
#258 - anon (11/08/2012) [-]
Well, at least you tried. Here comes the mighty anon, on a mission to correct!

The suns fuel is the hydrogen that it mostly consists of. There's also quite a lot of helium, but that's the product of the fusion that makes the sun, well, burn. In several million years, there will come a time when there's no hydrogen left in the star to fuse. It will then start fusing helium and other, heavier elements like oxygen and coal. When this happens, the outward forces inside the sun will force the outer layers to expand and turn the sun into a red giant. While in this state the star will be pumping out obscene amounts of gas into the universe (oh, by the way, it has already swallowed earth) which will in time become a nebula and give birth to new stars. When all the gas from the outer layers has been expelled, only the core will remain. The core, the only remains of our sun, is now what is commonly known as a white dwarf, about the same size as earth was, glowing due to the extremely high surface temperature (about 100 times the current surface temperature of the sun) and will continue to glow for billions of years. When it has cooled down, it'll become a black dwarf. A black dwarf has never been observed and is only theoretical, since the estimated cooldown-time for a white dwarf is about 20 billion years - more than six billion years more than the time the universe has existed.

Questions?
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#270 - terezius (11/08/2012) [-]
You are pretty much my hero right now.
#255 - anon (11/08/2012) [-]
It is not so much the Sun running out of fuel so much as what are the ratios of Hydrogen to Helium within the Sun's core. Helium is a byproduct of the initial primary fusion cycle used to produce energy within a star the size of the Sun. As this Helium accumulates, it forms an inner core.

This inner Helium core becomes dense enough as the Sun ages that it's gravity acts on the Hydrogen layer above it, increasing the rate at which the Hydrogen fuses. This increased fusion rate/ energy output in turn causes the convection layer above the Hydrogen layer to expand, occupying a much larger volume. Thus all the layers above that one must expand also.. This massive increase in volume in turn drops the effective temperature of the outer most visible layer of the Sun (photosphere) down to where the peak output of light is in the red range of the visual spectrum.
The Sun will continue to evolve as it enters the Red Giant phase. The Hydrogen layer will be depleted at a faster rate until the degenerate Helium core reaches temperatures/pressures sufficient to commence the Helium fusion cycle.
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#256 - terezius (11/08/2012) [-]
That's... Pretty much what I meant, but I didn't understand the whole thing, but now I do. Thanks anon.
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#248 - meandmyburger (11/08/2012) [-]
I'm tired, I work night shifts, that's why I said bla bla.. you know what I mean.
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#249 - terezius (11/08/2012) [-]
Alright, have a good day/night whatever.
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#64 - MFW people call **** like Bring me the Horizon and Black Veil …  [+] (1 new reply) 11/03/2012 on Exactly +12
#87 - pionono (11/03/2012) [-]
i know right it, sickens me
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