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#14 - I mean I'm agnostic but like.... You could argue that…  [+] (8 replies) 07/04/2016 on h e h +12
#40 - testaburger (07/04/2016) [-]
agnostic.... what?
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#108 - emiyashirou (07/04/2016) [-]
Something something apatheist.
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#110 - testaburger (07/04/2016) [-]
Ah yes, the "I refuse to take a position on this topic"-ist
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#48 - ainoninom (07/04/2016) [-]
It doesn't matter for this post. The point is that he isn't 100% certain about his beliefs which gives context to what he has to say.
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#24 - brokentrucker (07/04/2016) [-]
Well, what's the point in making a bunch of "living" puppets if they only do shit that you make them? I like to view God much in the way that that one episode of Danny Phantom described. "Like a hot air-balloon above a parade, viewing every turn the floats may, or may not, take."
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#242 - ruderoody (07/04/2016) [-]
what episode is that?
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#243 - brokentrucker (07/04/2016) [-]
The one where his ghostness goes super evils in the future. Basically a terminator kinda plotline, with folks going back in time to slay him to stop the madness. I think it was actually a multi-part thing. And the "Watcher" dude says that at the end.
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#245 - ruderoody (07/04/2016) [-]
Oh cool thanks
#5 - Actually, no. Any action results in an equal and opposite reac…  [+] (5 replies) 07/04/2016 on engineers HATE him: maximum... +6
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#10 - vinskinator (07/04/2016) [-]
Just to add, the friction forces in the wheels/bearings are a drag on the system by creating heat. And any small loss of air movement does not equate to a loss in heat produced by the electrical inefficiencies of the fan. so more heat is being created in the system technically as well as the tiny loss of air flow you mentioned.

*theres also actually more air movement than typical as the fan slows the skateboard down because fan's standard CFM is being compounded by the forward speed of the board relative to air flow, even if it's decelerating. Essentially cancelling out any loss of air movement due to backwards board movement relative to fan direction.

I too am bored lol
#9 - anon (07/04/2016) [-]
Im not sure I agree the effect would be negligible. Its obviously enough to accelerate the fan to a (in my opinion) surprisingly high velocity on that skateboard. The oscillation helps greatly, but im not sure we can count the source of the motion as negligible.

Tldr, I wanna put a fan on a skateboard and see how fast I can get it to go.
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#6 - carnivorouswalnut (07/04/2016) [-]
Here's what happens. Fan moves blades, plane of blade displaces air, air particles are moved. Do this fast enough, you create a pressure difference on both sides of the fan blade causing air to flow much like lift on the wing of a plane moving the plane upward.

If the fan is unable to move, the fan pushes air at its full potential. All kinetic energy in the system contributes to moving air away from the blades. Motion occurs only in one direction.

If the fan is not fixed (on a skateboard, for example) kinetic energy in the system remains the same, but is split across two directions. The fan moves backwards as well as moving air in the opposite direction. The difference is not entirely negligible and must be taken into account for analytical purposes. Given a long enough time frame, the fan would reach a point where blowing in one direction would cause a major loss in the air flowing out of the fan as so much kinetic energy is wasted in pushing the skateboard.
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#12 - vinskinator (07/04/2016) [-]
the fan is also pointing in the same direction of the board's movement when it's decelerating. The fan's oscillating cycle isn't changing so the board's movement in either direction won't change. there IS an equilibrium reached in this kind of system.

energy loss due to new frictions in the system is another issue though but still conforms to the above
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#8 - ninjapieguy (07/04/2016) [-]
Given a long enough time frame, yes. But because the fan oscillates, this is unable to occur.
#93 - the man who wrote this works for the same site that published …  [+] (22 replies) 06/23/2016 on AR-15 recoil +14
#103 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
>has lead to numerous terror incidents in Europe

No it hasn't
The terrorists were domestic
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#144 - sketchE (06/23/2016) [-]
if i remember correctly the person in charge of the paris attack was from syria.
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#145 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
It was still done by people who are already here

Keeping people out won't stop terrorism when the people who hate us were born here
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#155 - cookiecoketwo (06/23/2016) [-]
Yeah. They were already here from Syria.
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#156 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
No, they were born and raised in Europe...
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#146 - sketchE (06/23/2016) [-]
the idea is to keep out the people who have the training and experience. keep the people who actually plan organize and fund the attacks away from people they could radicalize.

the current wave of attacks is being brought on by a surge of confidence started by an attack led by someone from syria. shortly after the shootings in california also done by someone from the middle east.

if they see were cracking down they will lose confidence and back down. after the DHS was created many plans were stopped and then we went a few years without anything happening. sitting there and saying we shouldnt do anything only emboldens them
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#147 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
First off, I never said we shouldn't do anything, and there's plenty of reasons to limit immigration from an inherently unstable region with a medieval culture full of people that hates us.

But stopping immigration won't stop terrorism when we have scores of radical criminals who hate our guts.
The guy who did paris might have been from syria
But it could just as easily have been a guy who went to syria and came back
If we want to stop terrorism, we need to fix the muslim gangs and hateful preachers
They're the root of the problem, not immigrants.
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#209 - sketchE (06/23/2016) [-]
well they kind of are immigrants. usually not recent but the worst people and those usually in charge are from the middle east
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#211 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
They're not immigrants, they're descendants of immigrants.
Might not matter to some, but there are huge differences both in their culture and in what we can legally do about them.
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#107 - kaisermike (06/23/2016) [-]
Well the stabbings, beatings and rapes weren't. Terror doesn't require a gun or a bomb you know...
#110 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
That's not terror you twat
Terror has a specific meaning, stop using it as a bussword whenever muslims are involved
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#168 - psychadelicsnake (06/23/2016) [-]
stop pls
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#111 - kaisermike (06/23/2016) [-]
I'd say the twat is someone else considering that most of the examples I could name don't involve muslims, though granted, they have a talent for terror. Though I'd take me quite longer to explain you than to the average person.
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#115 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
We're talking about muslim immigrants you moron
if you chime in on a conversation about muslim immigrants when something as stupid as "hur duh rape can be terror too" then don't pretend like the conversation isn't about muslims when you get corrected.

But go ahead, give me a list of muslim immigrants stabbing, beating or raping that could be considered terror that doesn't involve muslims. Or just weasel out again with a lame copout.
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#118 - kaisermike (06/23/2016) [-]
www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/terror Check the third definition, Terror is any action of violent origin that is deliberately used to Frighten people. Those Sharia watches in UK, the growing gangs of muslims across europe, those people are inmigrants.

That IS considered terror, Rape can be considered terror in this case.
But giving your statements a quick view, one can quickly find out you're incapable of grasping the whole spectrum of an argument, focusing on 20% of it only.
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#119 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
I never said that terror has to be a shootout or a bomb you idiot
You're the one who said THE stabbing beating and rapes
Those in particular, as in, specifically the ones being done by muslim immigrants in Europe right now

And those aren't terror
If you're talking about stabbings and the like being used in terrorism elsewhere or in another time, then bloody say that instead, but either you weren't, or you're talking about something that's completely off topic without changing the topic first.
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#121 - kaisermike (06/23/2016) [-]
You can blabber on, clearly you've got no first hand experience to know what's terror and what is not.
The beatings, raping and stabbings were domestic, and they are terror, whether you like it or think it or not.

That you think it's off topic and it being off topic are different things.
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#150 - yyancyy (06/23/2016) [-]
I would like to argue a few points:
1. In your comment you posted before you quoted Merriam Webster dictionary but chose to cut off the end part of this quote "violence that is committed by a person, group, or government in order to frighten people and achieve a political goal" to represent your argument better even though it ultimately went against your argument.
As the stabbing beatings and rapes had nothing to do with any sort of political goal.

2. as well as misrepresenting information you pulled a strawman and instead of arguing the point of Muslims immigrating has allowed Isis to lead terror attacks in European nations, instead chose to attack what the meaning of terror is and pushing the old argument under the rug.
#122 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
So who has taken blame for each case?
When were the perpetrators trained or recruited?

It's random violence by shit individuals
Either link direct evidence that it's terror, or shut up.
#190 - jaggsauce (06/23/2016) [-]
well.. the people who commit the terror are self-proclaimed allies of different terrorist groups... why would i need to prove something they themselves admit to?

the latest attack in Orlando USA was a guy who swore allegiance to ISIS... you're being regressive, and i noticed you used the "danish computer viking"... i hope to dear god you are not a countryman of mine, because you have been drinking way too much koolaid.
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#194 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
You do realize I'm talking about the people who don't proclaim allegiance right? Because no immigrants have claimed to have done it in the name of ISIS or anyone else after stabbing, raping or beating anyone.

So it has nothing to do with terror
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#193 - theruinedsage (06/23/2016) [-]
I never said anything to the contrary, what are you even talking about?
#33 - The Division has impressive physics as well It's still ***…  [+] (2 replies) 05/19/2016 on Uncharted 4's physics +3
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#65 - alucardthemagician (05/19/2016) [-]
Lots of it's fans (including my father ) think that "it's going to be like destiny and get good after expansions come out" but that's part of the problem. Plus Destiny is like 30 bucks for all of it now so why not just buy that if you want expansion-built-gaming
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#63 - KoreKiller (05/19/2016) [-]
Yeah I was very disappointed with it..