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#27 - A modern period pistol is not that inaccurate 11 hours ago on I have made a mistake 0
#18 - I think Samuel L Jackson looks more like Samuel L Jackson than…  [+] (1 new reply) 13 hours ago on Best Comic-Con cosplay this... +30
User avatar #46 - mairon (10 hours ago) [-]
agreed, the Travolta guy has the smile down though
#143 - I like Oblivion more than Skyrim but I like how Skyrim handled… 19 hours ago on Meanwhile at character... +1
#38 - I find hipbones and visible rib cages sexy, now what? 22 hours ago on (untitled) 0
#6 - So the teacher is trying to make the question fun and relatabl…  [+] (1 new reply) 07/28/2014 on Pokémon +30
#7 - ainise (07/28/2014) [-]
Hey, it made the kid think a little. Sure he was a bit of a dick about it, but it got him engaged in the question enough to write 5 lines out instead of just a simple number. He was interested, intrigued even, and wanted to state his opinion.

If I was a teacher, I'd be exceedingly happy that someone put this much thought into what is essentially a basic math problem.
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#14 - Their eyesight is not fucking shit who is coming with this.  [+] (4 new replies) 07/09/2014 on (untitled) +5
User avatar #21 - wcpapier (07/10/2014) [-]
me with experience in falconry
User avatar #23 - revanmal (07/10/2014) [-]
Every source I can find contradicts that. They have a narrower field of vision than us, but their eyes are exceptional at stereoscopic vision, used for determining distance.
User avatar #24 - wcpapier (07/10/2014) [-]
owls are know for hitting trees in the wild.
their hearing is supurb.
the ( bubo) dont know english name species even developed weird ear hairs so they can hear better instead of their eyesight.
btw does anyone here has the owl version of 'you came to the wrong neighbour''
need it for explanation for bad eyesight
#47 - tinglyturtletaint (07/10/2014) [-]
Your both right and wrong in a way. Owls do have good vision, in certain circumstances. For one thing they are one of the only birds with frontal eyes which limits their degree of vision highly, they can only see straight in front of their eyes, to an even lesser degree than humans even. They are also mostly colorblind due to the low amount of cones in their eyes. Light wise, they can't exactly see super well, but they can effectively see well at night. They have a very high number of rods in each eye that allows them to judge distance at night and each eye can do so by itself, though they are also farsighted so this night vision is only effective far off. In the daytime they see about as well as humans do if not slightly better, not much though and they are still farsighted. On top of it all their eyes literally cannot roll or change position and so to look anywhere but straight ahead they need to move their whole head, which is why it can spin around and stuff. All in all they do have impressive nighttime vision especially when supported by their exceptional hearing, BUT it has a lot of room for error since something being to close, not turning their head or being able to for some reason, or improperly focusing their rods can lead to things like smacking into a tree as you said. It's not that their vision is bad in and of itself, it's just that it is a sort of complex and high maintnence way of seeing and owls (which are ironically symbols of wisdom in many cultures) are really fucking stupid and are only mistaken for smart because their large human-esque eyes give the false impression of intelligence. So essentially you have a machine with instruments that need a lot of fine tuning to work well and a moron controlling it.
#12 - Dude, what? Owls do have good sight it is not a rumor. How do …  [+] (7 new replies) 07/09/2014 on (untitled) +5
#13 - anonymous (07/09/2014) [-]
Their eyesight is shit, but they can hear exceptionally well.
User avatar #53 - commontroll (07/10/2014) [-]
They do have very good hearing, true, but they have fantastic eyesight as well. Otherwise they wouldn't have large eyes because it's a waste and a vulnerable point. They don't use echolocation because they rely on stealth and silence because their pray are rodents. Bats can do it because they eat bugs, but owls go after totally different prey. That's why they fly silently (their feathers don't make any sound in the wind) and only hoot when perched.
#14 - whatamidoingwithme (07/09/2014) [-]
Their eyesight is not fucking shit who is coming with this.
User avatar #21 - wcpapier (07/10/2014) [-]
me with experience in falconry
User avatar #23 - revanmal (07/10/2014) [-]
Every source I can find contradicts that. They have a narrower field of vision than us, but their eyes are exceptional at stereoscopic vision, used for determining distance.
User avatar #24 - wcpapier (07/10/2014) [-]
owls are know for hitting trees in the wild.
their hearing is supurb.
the ( bubo) dont know english name species even developed weird ear hairs so they can hear better instead of their eyesight.
btw does anyone here has the owl version of 'you came to the wrong neighbour''
need it for explanation for bad eyesight
#47 - tinglyturtletaint (07/10/2014) [-]
Your both right and wrong in a way. Owls do have good vision, in certain circumstances. For one thing they are one of the only birds with frontal eyes which limits their degree of vision highly, they can only see straight in front of their eyes, to an even lesser degree than humans even. They are also mostly colorblind due to the low amount of cones in their eyes. Light wise, they can't exactly see super well, but they can effectively see well at night. They have a very high number of rods in each eye that allows them to judge distance at night and each eye can do so by itself, though they are also farsighted so this night vision is only effective far off. In the daytime they see about as well as humans do if not slightly better, not much though and they are still farsighted. On top of it all their eyes literally cannot roll or change position and so to look anywhere but straight ahead they need to move their whole head, which is why it can spin around and stuff. All in all they do have impressive nighttime vision especially when supported by their exceptional hearing, BUT it has a lot of room for error since something being to close, not turning their head or being able to for some reason, or improperly focusing their rods can lead to things like smacking into a tree as you said. It's not that their vision is bad in and of itself, it's just that it is a sort of complex and high maintnence way of seeing and owls (which are ironically symbols of wisdom in many cultures) are really fucking stupid and are only mistaken for smart because their large human-esque eyes give the false impression of intelligence. So essentially you have a machine with instruments that need a lot of fine tuning to work well and a moron controlling it.
#9 - wat  [+] (9 new replies) 07/09/2014 on (untitled) 0
User avatar #11 - wcpapier (07/09/2014) [-]
owl are almost blind and there is a rumor that they can see good.
#12 - whatamidoingwithme (07/09/2014) [-]
Dude, what? Owls do have good sight it is not a rumor. How do you expect a nocturnal predator to hunt without good eyesight? Do you think those big eyes are for showing off?
#13 - anonymous (07/09/2014) [-]
Their eyesight is shit, but they can hear exceptionally well.
User avatar #53 - commontroll (07/10/2014) [-]
They do have very good hearing, true, but they have fantastic eyesight as well. Otherwise they wouldn't have large eyes because it's a waste and a vulnerable point. They don't use echolocation because they rely on stealth and silence because their pray are rodents. Bats can do it because they eat bugs, but owls go after totally different prey. That's why they fly silently (their feathers don't make any sound in the wind) and only hoot when perched.
#14 - whatamidoingwithme (07/09/2014) [-]
Their eyesight is not fucking shit who is coming with this.
User avatar #21 - wcpapier (07/10/2014) [-]
me with experience in falconry
User avatar #23 - revanmal (07/10/2014) [-]
Every source I can find contradicts that. They have a narrower field of vision than us, but their eyes are exceptional at stereoscopic vision, used for determining distance.
User avatar #24 - wcpapier (07/10/2014) [-]
owls are know for hitting trees in the wild.
their hearing is supurb.
the ( bubo) dont know english name species even developed weird ear hairs so they can hear better instead of their eyesight.
btw does anyone here has the owl version of 'you came to the wrong neighbour''
need it for explanation for bad eyesight
#47 - tinglyturtletaint (07/10/2014) [-]
Your both right and wrong in a way. Owls do have good vision, in certain circumstances. For one thing they are one of the only birds with frontal eyes which limits their degree of vision highly, they can only see straight in front of their eyes, to an even lesser degree than humans even. They are also mostly colorblind due to the low amount of cones in their eyes. Light wise, they can't exactly see super well, but they can effectively see well at night. They have a very high number of rods in each eye that allows them to judge distance at night and each eye can do so by itself, though they are also farsighted so this night vision is only effective far off. In the daytime they see about as well as humans do if not slightly better, not much though and they are still farsighted. On top of it all their eyes literally cannot roll or change position and so to look anywhere but straight ahead they need to move their whole head, which is why it can spin around and stuff. All in all they do have impressive nighttime vision especially when supported by their exceptional hearing, BUT it has a lot of room for error since something being to close, not turning their head or being able to for some reason, or improperly focusing their rods can lead to things like smacking into a tree as you said. It's not that their vision is bad in and of itself, it's just that it is a sort of complex and high maintnence way of seeing and owls (which are ironically symbols of wisdom in many cultures) are really fucking stupid and are only mistaken for smart because their large human-esque eyes give the false impression of intelligence. So essentially you have a machine with instruments that need a lot of fine tuning to work well and a moron controlling it.

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User avatar #1 - lizardnigger (06/02/2014) [-]
n quantum mechanics, the Schrödinger equation is a partial differential equation that describes how the quantum state of some physical system changes with time. It was formulated in late 1925, and published in 1926, by the Austrian physicist Erwin Schrödinger.[1]
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