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#7 - shadowrated
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If both black holes are the same size and have the same density, then they will keep on spinning into each other until they create a massive black hole
If both black holes are the same size and have the same density, then they will keep on spinning into each other until they create a massive black hole
#20 to #7 - anon id: f70785da
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like ur moms butthole hahahaha
#21 to #20 - shadowrated
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#77 to #21 - wutda
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OOOOHHH
OOOOHHH
User avatar #169 to #21 - oceanfrank
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#rekt
#238 to #21 - cpupurpleheart
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#246 to #238 - brettyht
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A more fitting voice comes to mind
User avatar #190 to #21 - becauseoprahsaidso
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you pictured it didn't you?
#90 to #20 - IamSofaKingdom
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That is the first time I have audibly laughed at a "your mom" joke in a very long time.
That is the first time I have audibly laughed at a "your mom" joke in a very long time.
#192 to #20 - bohemianblasphemy
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How is this getting thumbs   
   
It doesn't even make sense
How is this getting thumbs

It doesn't even make sense
User avatar #197 to #192 - killerliquid
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It's black, and sucks in anything and everything like ur mum's butthole
User avatar #198 to #197 - killerliquid
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and keeps getting bigger and bigger
#269 to #198 - bann
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And it's a big black hole...
User avatar #270 to #269 - killerliquid
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exactly
#271 to #270 - bann
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Aww, I wanted a follow up your mom joke outta you...I'm tired and I thought it made sense
User avatar #275 to #192 - chryssis
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just like your mom haaaaaaaaaaaah
#135 to #20 - solarknight
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#242 to #20 - furiousmarshmellow
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#229 to #20 - deckbox
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#52 to #7 - anon id: 8d2261c0
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User avatar #91 to #52 - cormy
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FASTER.
#277 to #91 - unvious
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#278 to #91 - skinjacker
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#55 to #7 - anon id: a1a846c1
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Perfect gif choice
#143 to #7 - anon id: 4405489d
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Well, despite the kid being clever, i'd assume that a black hole would merge with others.
User avatar #150 to #7 - temporalguardian
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You mean, a super massive black hoe?
User avatar #243 to #7 - octaviano
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But what if the black holes are of different sizes?
User avatar #281 to #243 - zodiacwolf
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The larger one would devour the smaller one
User avatar #292 to #7 - vatra
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Muse - Supermassive Black Hole - Lyrics

ooooooooaaah you set my soul alight.
User avatar #26 to #7 - gelind
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Isnt that happening like a few galaxies over. Like I'm 99% sure this was in the news recently
User avatar #49 to #26 - mistercookie
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Colliding black holes happens always at some place in the universe
#92 to #7 - disasterbater
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gif game on maximum
gif game on maximum
#82 to #7 - SirTrollsAlot
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A Supermassive Black Hole?

I love Muse
User avatar #250 to #82 - skyblueshinx
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BOM , beew do, BOMBOM, beew do, do, do...
User avatar #22 to #7 - jcfjr
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I don't think I've ever seen a more related picture in a comment.
#33 - I Am Monkey
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User avatar #131 to #33 - cheeky
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Why is this phaget always in the top comments? notice me, senpai
#201 to #33 - infernobird
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User avatar #28 - drastronomy
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oh? so he has watched a few pop science documentaries and he suddenly belongs in 12th grade?

black science man has low standards
#96 to #28 - anon id: 469e6b79
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He was just being a nice guy, stop being an asshole.
User avatar #232 to #28 - olias
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why do you have green thumbs for this? that was an assholic statement.
User avatar #237 to #232 - drastronomy
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its still true
User avatar #71 to #28 - PenguinsOfMars
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by saying that to a 2nd grader he probably inspired the little cunt to become a scientist and jack off to black holes and ****
#152 to #71 - EjaculationMan
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don't we all jack off to black holes already?
User avatar #153 to #152 - PenguinsOfMars
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don't talk about my mom's pussy like that
User avatar #154 to #153 - EjaculationMan
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i only jack off to black holes, massive black holes are disgusting.
User avatar #30 to #28 - chuckbillrow
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so does the American school system
User avatar #161 to #30 - hanabro
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Which is why 17 of the top 20 universities in the world are US based, right?
User avatar #174 to #161 - chuckbillrow
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American universities are good because university level academic jobs are highly competitive so all the best people get the jobs, however public schools are absolute rubbish and getting worse because the ******* teachers union protects every incompetent **** head
User avatar #176 to #174 - hanabro
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Absolutely true. My favorite teacher back in high school refused to join the teacher's union, because he knew how corrupt they were, and also knew that there was no reason for him to pay to be part of a union that would protect him anyway.
User avatar #274 to #176 - nustix
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The first reason is alright, but the second reason is pretty stupid. And the kind of human behaviour that causes a lot of ****.
User avatar #295 to #274 - hanabro
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Well, the point behind the second reason was that he didn't approve of what they were doing, but their choices were forced on him regardless of if he paid or not. Him not paying was more or less him voicing his disapproval.
User avatar #296 to #295 - nustix
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Ah, that makes it allright. But there's a **** ton of people not joining whatever union because they get the bonuses anyway without paying.
#31 to #28 - iscrewbabies
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He is just being nice to the kid. He's a good guy, that's all.
#38 - pappathethird
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He only said all that because he couldn't answer the question
User avatar #39 to #38 - angelusprimus
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He actually answered, you can read part of the answer right there.
"colliding black holes"
Two black holes wouldn't suck eachother in, they would collide and combine their mass.
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#37 - pappathethird
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Do you think they teach how to hold a mic properly in the 12th grade?
#44 to #37 - anon id: 9c43d779
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the mic stand is already lowered as far as possible.
User avatar #51 to #44 - skilletpanhead
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Most microphone stands have a joint so you can angle the mic head down.
Good observation, though.
User avatar #86 to #37 - bluerangermartin
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They teach that on 8 mile
User avatar #69 to #37 - PenguinsOfMars
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he speaks from his mind not his mouth
User avatar #222 to #69 - captainrattrap
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Unlike OP, who speaks from his eurethra.
#107 - someguyiguess
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#40 - vigorion
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I feel like there's a pre-pubescent "Black hole"-pun in there...
#128 to #40 - anon id: 10e0ebda
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Once you go black we don't want' you back. No one wants to be anywhere near that infected thing.
User avatar #173 to #40 - juanlove
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Black hole pun
Won't you come
And wash away the rain
Black hole pun
Won't you come
Won't you come


Sorry.
I'm not sorry
User avatar #177 to #173 - vigorion
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Goddammit, now I have to think of a pun about soundgarden as well! Great band btw
User avatar #35 - herecomesjohnny
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That's just too much pontificating and pandering. Kids have these kind of questions all the time, but hey it makes him look good in front of the crowd i guess
User avatar #45 to #35 - lyiat
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Yeah, God forbid we praise kids for asking scientific questions. It was to boost the kid's ego and keep him interested. Don't be such a pain in the ass cynic.
#57 to #45 - okappadesu
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It works both ways.

On one hand we have that these kids who are interested in these sorts of things are given some incentive to continue learning about it.

On the other hand, what he says is something that feeds arrogance. He isn't smarter than any other kids because of his interests.
User avatar #88 to #57 - thegamegestapo
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He isn't being praised for being smart there, like the other kids in his class he doesn't know the answer, that's why he's asking after all. He's being praised because he went out late to a lecture on physics that was clearly not aimed at his age group, stood up and asked someone.

He's being praised for enthusiasm as much as anything else and frankly, he deserves it.
#89 to #88 - okappadesu
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"You're in the 2nd grade and you're thinking about colliding black holes? You belong in 12th grade!"

Besides, "lectures" like the one blackscienceman holds, aren't designed for actual academics. They're designed exactly for people like the little boy here.
User avatar #94 to #89 - thegamegestapo
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Actually, no. The event was primarily aimed at Physics students as part of a science conference. Every person on that panel has a higher level of academic training than your average surgeon. You'll notice there are no other children in the room.
#97 to #94 - okappadesu
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I just assumed that the event was alike his usual "lectures", so it's possible I'm wrong there, but the point regarding the kid still stands.
#104 to #97 - thegamegestapo
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You see the issue. Sorry about my handwriting.
User avatar #99 to #97 - thegamegestapo
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I don't necessarily agree with you there. That's a pretty big question and frankly the fact that the kid is thinking about it is more than a little impressive.

Whether he knew it or not this is the sort of thing that makes heads hurt. One second while I show you what I mean.
#103 to #99 - okappadesu
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It really isn't a big question. There is no way for the kid to understand the question it from a scientific standpoint without the necessary background, so it's going to come from an intuitive standpoint.

The thing about intuitive standpoints is that they're easy to understand, even for a 2nd grader. Besides, whether or not the question is difficult or not is irrelevant, because the point is still that what he said feeds the kind of arrogance that makes some people believe that they're generally smarter than others.
User avatar #106 to #103 - thegamegestapo
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He had enough of an understanding to know that it was a question worth asking. If you'd asked me when I was his age I would have said "I don't see why not"
#108 to #106 - okappadesu
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and I was asking questions like the child was.

Look, you seem like you know something, hence the picture you uploaded, so I'll give you this to make sure that you understand the disposition.

It's not bad to encourage someone to learn. Praise is due for when a child asks and genuinely wants answers to a question they don't have to learn, because it shows initiative towards learning and everybody wants an educated society.

However, what blackscienceman said was something that feeds arrogance, he didn't exclaim that he was impressed by such unusual initiative, he said that he was much smarter than what is common of his age.

Some kids are interested in dinosaurs, some in knights and some in black holes, neither of these kids are going to be the smarter because of such an interest. It's important to not make any of these kids feel smarter, because otherwise you end up with situations like the one I'm experiencing in college right now, where some people grow up to assert that they are simply correct.

Humility is extremely important, because you need to be able to question whether or not you're actually correct in something and doing that requires that you can assume that you can be wrong, which most people who grow up to be arrogant, can't.
User avatar #111 to #108 - thegamegestapo
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That's fair enough a point only Blackscienceman and I share the view that every great scientist started off as a kid who was interested in something. Today this kid is asking about them but maybe in 40 years or so he'll have kept up his interest and has now worked out how to induce them.

Probably not going to happen but if Blackscienceman inspires a hundred kids like him then surely one or two keep up an interest. I'd rather have 99 moderately arrogant adults and one guy who invents time travel than 100 modest people.

But that's just my opinion.
#123 to #111 - okappadesu
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It's rather irrelevant when they start. Most of the greatest doctors and engineers out there didn't start to learn their trades until college. But that really isn't relevant to the point we were talking about.

The thing you have to take from this is that people can easily be encouraged without having a bloated ego. I'd even say that it's more important to develop scientific communities where all the members respect each other, because as much as we like to idolize a few select people and blow their deeds out of proportion, most of the scientific progress we've made in the last century or so was done by a community, not a few select individuals.
User avatar #148 to #123 - thegamegestapo
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Ever meet a high level physicist? You're certainly right about the majority of smart people who are both intelligent and modest but the really genius pioneers are almost exclusively arrogant to the point that you can't hold a conversation. We say it was made by groups but that translates to one smart asshole having an idea but not being able to solve the equation, then a second asshole comes along who can do some of it but also can't complete the equation until finally one final asshole solves the problem and they all argue amongst themselves over who's contribution was the most important and therefore who deserves the credit.

I'm starting to wonder what we're actually arguing about now since Blackscienceman was just being nice to a kid who showed interest.
#162 to #148 - okappadesu
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It doesn't have to be an argument (never was to me), you know. Arguing generally leads nowhere, because it's usually born from the desire of either party members want to "be right" in what they say.

But with regard to what you said, I'd say this isn't true. I'm not a physicist, but I've spoke to a lot of people who are extremely good physicists and I'd say they've all been very nice and respectful, because of said humility where they acknowledge they too can be wrong.

Also with regards to the conga-line of assholes (lol), I'd say that you pretty much show there why none of them are supposed to be seen as smarter than the others. It's a fact that people are going to have a different set of skills and you should never prematurely evaluate one persons skills over another.

For instance, in computer science, smart guy A might have an excellent idea for an algorithm that will solve some problems in a system, but no idea on how to implement it well.
That's where smart guy B, who is really good at programming comes in handy, because he is familiar with how you implement and document implementation well.
In this case, smart guy A and B are equally important, because you can't implement a solution without both the idea and good implementation.
User avatar #167 to #162 - thegamegestapo
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There is evidently a difference in the computing and scientific community. That's reassuring to say the least.

In the minds of the best scientists their particular sub-specialisation is the key to saving the world/understanding the universe/curing every disease ever. That's one of the reasons I like biology. People are less psychotic and grasp the idea that interdisciplinary research is necessary even if they do maintain that their branch is the best.

If you ever want to see something terrifying then put a biologist, a chemist, a physicist and a mathematician in the same room and ask "so which is the most important in real life". Just make sure you run before they get the whiteboards out.
#175 to #167 - okappadesu
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But isn't this generally my point with regards to this? Just because I said that nobody in the world of computer science is more important than the next one, it doesn't mean that they don't all think they're the greatest.

Granted, I have no experience with any actual work in research, but from years of being a student, I can guarantee you that there are tons of people, who because of these arrogant ideas, such as "Why would I need to learn X when the only thing that matters is Y?", doesn't take something like math seriously.
User avatar #180 to #175 - thegamegestapo
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They take Maths seriously just only as a means to an end. It's like a chef who makes pasta will know how to cook meat for lasagne but he won't think it's as important as the pasta itself whereas a steak chef will know how to make potato wedges (this is possibly the worst metaphor I could have chosen) but will consider the steak the most important part.

But yeah, I agree in principle. Also, your picture summarised the rivalry perfectly.
#181 to #180 - okappadesu
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I didn't understand your analogy at all and at this point we might just be rambling.

I think the conclusion can be summarized as "If you don't learn computer science, you're a loser."
User avatar #183 to #181 - thegamegestapo
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That seems in order however I am forced to disagree with your conclusion as genetics is clearly superior.

And yeah, I think we are rambling now
#59 to #45 - thatquickbrownfox
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^"God forbid"

lol

#65 - thenamedoesntfi
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