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#43 - Oh, thanks KnowYourMeme  [+] (1 new reply) 10/18/2015 on God damn it. 0
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#44 - cheeziswin (10/18/2015) [-]
yeah sure
#33 - Picture  [+] (4 new replies) 10/18/2015 on God damn it. +7
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#40 - weinerdick (10/18/2015) [-]
ohhhhhhhhh it's CAD Comic
#39 - cheeziswin (10/18/2015) [-]
It's a CADbortion joke. Ctrl+Alt+Delete, a gaming comic that's supposed to be about "comedy", had this random ass out of nowhere comic panel titled "Loss" where the main character's girlfriend had a miscarriage. Of course, people made fun of it, and now it's widely recognized. When panels are something that mimics the pic attached, it's a Loss Edit.

Pic related, it's the original comic panel.
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#43 - rzkruspe (10/18/2015) [-]
Oh, thanks KnowYourMeme
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#44 - cheeziswin (10/18/2015) [-]
yeah sure
#37 - Ah yes, how stoopid of me I divided by 60 three times du…  [+] (2 new replies) 10/10/2015 on Lowest Sound +7
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#40 - thesoulseeker (10/10/2015) [-]
Well I assume it's a similar situation to the orbit of Pluto.
We haven't witnessed a whole orbit, since it's period is ~248 years, but based on the observed trajectory we can show that Pluto must be in orbit.

In other words it might be an extrapolation of the collected data.
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#38 - datargumme (10/10/2015) [-]
I am not an astronomer, so i dont know, but my guess would be that there is some correlation between the length of a period to something more easly meassureable, like its heat output or something like that.
#31 - Does that mean the period is about 290 382 years ?  [+] (4 new replies) 10/10/2015 on Lowest Sound +3
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#36 - datargumme (10/10/2015) [-]
It is longer than that.
We take the inverse of the frequenzy in hertz to get the time in seconds.
t=1/f=1/(.00000000000000182 Hz )=5.50*10^(14)s
That is the time it takes for one period, in seconds, converting it to years we get
t=5.50*10^(14)s/((60^2*24*365.24)s/year)=1.74*10^(7) years, or
17 400 000 years, which is about one thousands of the current age of the universe.
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#37 - rzkruspe (10/10/2015) [-]
Ah yes, how stoopid of me I divided by 60 three times dunno why, don't ask
That's still a pretty fucked up number for a wave period.
How can we be sure it's truly a wave if we haven't witnessed even one whole period yet ?
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#40 - thesoulseeker (10/10/2015) [-]
Well I assume it's a similar situation to the orbit of Pluto.
We haven't witnessed a whole orbit, since it's period is ~248 years, but based on the observed trajectory we can show that Pluto must be in orbit.

In other words it might be an extrapolation of the collected data.
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#38 - datargumme (10/10/2015) [-]
I am not an astronomer, so i dont know, but my guess would be that there is some correlation between the length of a period to something more easly meassureable, like its heat output or something like that.
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