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That's what I always wondered when I was a kid in church 27 comments
chu · 2 weeks ago
Have you ever considered that all that mass might have been concentrated in a singularity?
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BOOM science! 47 comments
chu · 8 weeks ago
what the fuck was I thinking
These aren't tears 32 comments
chu · 9 weeks ago
Stories like this make me scared to fall in love
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14 tips that could save your life 66 comments
chu · 13 weeks ago
In response to the bullet wound thing, entry holes are a lot smaller than the actual diameter of the bullet because flesh shrinks. Of course you could still jam it in but you're still stretching out a wound.
I've been scalped! I want my short punk hair back! 11 comments
chu · 13 weeks ago
Im imagining an alternate reality where you got amputated and you're keeping your missing limb for nefarious purposes.
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14 tips that could save your life 66 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
I think "duct" tape is a variation of aluminum or cloth strips with an adhesive backing. Not the plastic thing that duck tape is.
The Earth is flat 39 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
Someone in my 11th grade history asked of Abe Lincoln was black.
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Look at this skywhale! 16 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
Just look up Rhaknam on google.
Look at this skywhale! 16 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
Sorry
Difference between a nerd and a genius 20 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
What the hell kind of poison do you use that spontaneously combusts in air?
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Fearless 5 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
I agree with you but I'm different on the fake gun stance. If you know it's a fake gun do whatever the hell you want with it. I'd just take out the gas and that's that.
this has always been my dream 9 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
ikr someone's also not liking me
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Difference between a nerd and a genius 20 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
Do animals have different LDs? I thought that an LD was specific to a poison because it's a determinate of how effective it is.
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Difference between a nerd and a genius 20 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
But isn't it rather convenient that 2^10=1024? With 2000 bottles of wine and 10 rats, you'd be in a little pickle. Granted this is a very clever solution but I feel like the problem was written such that it was designed for such a solution.
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this guy is f*ckin dumb 16 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
Using black people as currency?
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this guy is f*ckin dumb 16 comments
chu · 42 weeks ago
I agree
German Engineering vs. Japanese Engineering 12 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
You could also imagine controlled demolitions where they blow certain places to force the structure to come down in a controlled fashion. No collateral damage.
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I'm not sure if this is actually a thing, but I find it hard to imagine that ammunition storages don't have an emergency release thing where if something blows, it offgasses and doesn't turn the container into a bomb.
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Or you could also think of pressure regulator valves. Something delivers too much stress, it's released in a certain place in a controlled manner. Sure you could make the entire pipe system stronger but now you've installed a pipe bomb through your whole house.
Plenty of fishes in the sea it seems, fellas.  8 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
That's a personal deal. But I think you can find statistics out there that online dating really isn't that unsuccessful.
German Engineering vs. Japanese Engineering 12 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
Imagine tearing a piece of printer paper. Now crease it and tear it. Now perforate it and tear it.
In the first trial, the tear goes anywhere it wants. Follows the path of least resistance which is expected but it's most definitely uncontrolled.
The creased paper helps guide the tear but it can still wander pretty easily. Depends on how hard the crease is.
The perforated paper tears much easier but it's also much easier to make sure the tear doesn't leave the perforations.
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German Engineering vs. Japanese Engineering 12 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
But in any case, the crumple zones are good because they force the destructive energy to concentrate in certain spots, "safe" spots as in "not bringing the frame through yours and your wife's skulls". I'd venture to say that the deceleration afforded by such redirecting of energy is negligible because the energy is still being lost at more or less the same rate, just in a safer direction. Your airbag and seat belt should be the ones keeping you in your chair and your face out of your steering column.
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German Engineering vs. Japanese Engineering 12 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
That's not why crumple zones are good.
When something catastrophically collapses, it will obviously break at its weakest points. If you try and make the whole damn thing as strong as possible without any weak points, it'll stand up to smaller impacts much better but a much more dangerous one will MAKE a weak point. It could be a bad weld, it could be a rusty spot, it could be where you spilled your coffee two years ago and the sludge ate just a tiny bit at the frame. But the impact will find a way to break something. And more often than not, that something will be in the frame of the cabin because there's relatively less reinforcement there as opposed to the engine block. Of course, if you're at the point where the whole car is pancaking I suppose it really doesn't matter.
Plenty of fishes in the sea it seems, fellas.  8 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
May I point out arranged marriages? And how online dating doesn't have a terrible rate of failure?
It works though 11 comments
chu · 43 weeks ago
You mean crash?
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