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- It depends on the type
i wanna pet it
probably feels like coral
- did you just swap gay and muslim in an actual news story?
at first i was confused, then loled, then realised it was swaped out.
well played sir.
- Obviously that was a bot
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- obviously its just the jews
Chicken, rice, and broccoli...
- by two .50 cals
Based Black cop at it again
I agree with Anon. 1 Cal >> 2 0.5 cals.
But then again the Clinton's never were really an efficient bunch.
so one .100 cal? or does that make it 1.00 cal?
1.0 cal. A caliber is a tenth of an inch (although the name isn't always accurate for every round). So .100 cal would actually be 5 times smaller than a 50. Which as it happens would make it just 1.6mm smaller than the worlds smallest production handgun round, the 2.7mm Kolibri.
1.00 Cal, full inch between the grooves
- If we destroy the moon, then what can they put on their flags?
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That is essentially the case.
Harry Daghlian's death
On 21 August 1945, laboratory assistant Harry Daghlian, one of Slotin's close colleagues, was performing a critical mass experiment when he accidentally dropped a heavy tungsten carbide brick onto a 6.2-kilogram (14 lb) plutonium-gallium alloy bomb core. The 24-year-old Daghlian was irradiated with a large dose of neutron radiation. Later estimates would suggest that this dose might not have been fatal on its own, but he then received additional delayed gamma radiation and beta burns while disassembling his experiment. He quickly collapsed with acute radiation poisoning and died 25 days later in the Los Alamos base hospital.
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