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#24 - lrn 2 dodge  [+] (5 replies) 05/25/2016 on BRB 0
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#28 - grumpygrandpa (05/25/2016) [-]
same could be said about the suicide move
#29 - sonjaynooy (05/25/2016) [-]
tru
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#30 - grumpygrandpa (05/25/2016) [-]
All I'm saying is, why aim at pushing them off the edge when you can pin them against a wall and fuck 'em up without dying?
#50 - anon (05/25/2016) [-]
I think he was aiming for the edge of that first wall. Either that or he mistook breakable stuff for a real wall, which is understandable tbh
#32 - sonjaynooy (05/25/2016) [-]
oh dva isn't a 1hit kill tho and i think this one just wasn't paying attention to where he was
#16 - so which door do you go through?  [+] (2 replies) 04/21/2016 on clever +1
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#21 - browdon (04/21/2016) [-]
from there you know who is telling the truth or not
#27 - justmadethisaccoun (04/21/2016) [-]
But they haven't said which one was safe. Just one tells the truth and one tells a lie.
#122 - Energy recycling is the energy recovery process of utilizing e…  [+] (1 reply) 03/22/2016 on kinda neat, i think 0
#124 - dudulli (03/22/2016) [-]
There is no energyrecovering process at hand, though.

What you mean would apply to - just using something silly because I'm not creative - heating up a room with the heat that gets generated at the backside of a fridge.

This is the first step of getting energy from an unusable source (gravitation/kinetic). Basically like a windmill.

#1 - did you mean to say the most appropriate song?  [+] (1 reply) 03/20/2016 on alheimers +1
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#2 - helgheimftw (03/20/2016) [-]
Well its more fitting than appropiate
#11 - so they're not 'generating' electricity as much as recycling it  [+] (15 replies) 03/20/2016 on kinda neat, i think +17
#67 - anon (03/20/2016) [-]
well , you can't just create energy , you can only transform it
#17 - anon (03/20/2016) [-]
technically all energy is "recycled"
#126 - dudulli (03/22/2016) [-]
It's a bad way to word things.
It's like the culinary definition of fruit vs the botanical one.
Or the term "theory" in every day usage vs scientific use.

Recycling only applies to using energy that is generated as a byproduct and would otherwise be wasted.

Tl;dr
You are technically right, but practically not.
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#12 - dudulli (03/20/2016) [-]
... Your wording confuses me.
They generate electricity like a watermill can. I wouldn't call that recycling
#122 - sonjaynooy (03/22/2016) [-]
Energy recycling is the energy recovery process of utilizing energy that would normally be wasted, usually by converting it into electricity or thermal energy.
#124 - dudulli (03/22/2016) [-]
There is no energyrecovering process at hand, though.

What you mean would apply to - just using something silly because I'm not creative - heating up a room with the heat that gets generated at the backside of a fridge.

This is the first step of getting energy from an unusable source (gravitation/kinetic). Basically like a windmill.

#38 - fcrocker (03/20/2016) [-]
He means to say that energy must have been used to get the water moving in the first place, most likely from electric pumps. So what these are doing is turning electricity, to kinetic energy, and back to electricity. In other words; a whole load of fuck all.

These things are probably used where there is sufficient gravity to push the water along, or they would be pointless.
#125 - dudulli (03/22/2016) [-]
Well, if that is what they assumed then yes. It's not recycling, it's wasting energy
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#62 - thevaulthunter (03/20/2016) [-]
Well, the water would be moved regardless, so I suppose in the long run, it saves a bit.
#63 - fcrocker (03/20/2016) [-]
Well, no.
I'm pretty sure you lack even the most fundamental understanding of how the universe works.

These turbines in the water don't just rotate without affecting the flow of water at all, cause that would be getting free energy. You can't just create energy, obviously, that would be fucking retarded.

If you install these turbines, they will slow down the flow of water, then you will need to put more energy in to moving the water.

Like I said, the only time it would actually make sense to use this is in an abundance of energy provided by gravity.
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#123 - thevaulthunter (03/22/2016) [-]
I didn't realize it would affect the flow that much.
#71 - anon (03/20/2016) [-]
If you could be a bit more derogatory when explaining something he may understand what you're saying better, and you may have more friends because you'd be even more likeable.
#105 - fcrocker (03/21/2016) [-]
Gee that's some nice sarcasm there anon.

All I said was he 'lacks a fundamental understanding of how the universe works'. Which from his comment, was clearly true. If someone says some retarded shit, I'm gonna call them out for being retarded.

And you and I both know I'd have zero friends either way.

#41 - dudulli (03/20/2016) [-]
Yeah, the first thing would be stupid - that would only result in a loss of energy but the last paragraph makes sense... Though, I still would not call it recycling but just "transformation" (I don't know the right English term) of energy