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New content line. Yeau WeantSum moor?

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User avatar #81 - allcontent (12/30/2013) [-]
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For those of you who love to point out error, we know that 11 is wrong, and #2
But to make up for it, Antarctica is the only continent with no cities, and
is the only continent to have one concert played on its land/ice. (Metallica)
#115 - charmincarl (12/30/2013) [-]
how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how? how?
User avatar #114 - falloutfanatic (12/30/2013) [-]
#2 - Antarctica. Checkmate.
User avatar #113 - maidenmk (12/30/2013) [-]
Number 9 is incorrect. Although in space you would die quickly, you wont not explode, sea level atmosphere is only 14psi. Space has 0psi because its space, but when your in an airplane you experience 7psi~. The human body is more than strong enough to withstand the difference, have said that, the moisture on your eyes and tongue would boil, and you'd freeze solid in several minutes.
#109 - dof (12/30/2013) [-]
hold the ******* phone.
a day on earth....
longer than a year on venus?
***** do you have any idea how fast venus would have to move for it to go all the way around the sun every twenty four hours?
#105 - shrolen (12/30/2013) [-]
#1 and #7 are completely contradicting.
#1 is obviously ******** . This is a plethora of deep-sea organisms that would not be affected by those 26 nukes.
User avatar #110 to #105 - ispn (12/30/2013) [-]
Yeah, and actually, even if all 26 nukes were the size and power of Tsar Bomba, the largest nuke ever made, it still would barely destroy the whole of the continental United States. It would take thousands of nukes (Average sized nukes)
User avatar #112 to #110 - ispn (12/30/2013) [-]
Did extra research into it just now, shift that to about 1,000,000 nukes.
User avatar #104 - talkingmouth (12/30/2013) [-]
26 nukes is ******** , the Manhattan Project alone had hundreds of tests.
User avatar #107 to #104 - akhar (12/30/2013) [-]
I doubt they were all positioned strategically in order to cover every inhabited section of the earth.
User avatar #111 to #107 - possiblydominator (12/30/2013) [-]
It funny if you are serious, you are obviously giving too much credit to the fallout zone created by a nuclear bomb. In no way can 26 nukes cover the surface area of the inhabited sections of the 6 continents
User avatar #102 - toadkillerdog (12/30/2013) [-]
#1 is physically impossible. You may kill off all the Humans on earth, or even all the large animals, but the only way to actually destroy all the bacteria and such would be to destroy the earth itself, as in blow it to pieces. We don't have enough weapons or any means to do that
User avatar #101 - cupcakecrusader (12/30/2013) [-]
#1 It'd take less. You set off about 4/5, depending on the payload, and it would cause a run-away greenhouse effect that would be somewhat like when the meteroite whiped out the dinosaurs. A few more and nothing would be able to survive.

#2 No Rome in Antartica, no Rome in Australia either. No Rome in Asia. In fact, only Europe and America have Romes

#3 Nope, no evidence. A "study" back in the 80s found this, but it turned out it was just bad data. No evidence has seen been found for any significant difference in lifespan.

#4 The first true thing on this comp. And actually not that unique. Many animals have such a trait.

#5 Aye, as with most herbervorious animals. It's so they can see preditors trying to sneak up on them.

#6 If you mean "go bad" as in pure honey breaking down, then no. It's just liquid sugar basically. However, life can grow in it, and sunlight can cause a chemical reaction with the air. So dubious and only just techincally.

#7 Do some research. No insect has been shown to have a greater resistance than any other. The exo-skeleton provides greater protection than endo-skeletons, like fish, retiles, birds, mamuals, etc. But not by as much as people thing.

#8 True with most cities. Especially if you take into account unused, unsold. Even then, it's not that remarkable.

#9 As shown in other comments: It's difinitely not good for you, but you shouldn't just explode. Your eyes would pop though. Like little ripe cherries.

#10 ...Fun fact: Stand under a mountain and you'll be crushed to death.

#11 ...if venus was moving around the sun that fast, it would tear itself to pieces.

#12. Amazing story and true.... like hundreds of others that did so.

So in concludsion: Should be renamed to comp of ******** and uninteresting crap.
#100 - thismustbeseen ONLINE (12/30/2013) [-]
To join everyone pointing out how wrong these are, I'd like to say 3 is also wrong...
User avatar #97 - yunoknow (12/30/2013) [-]
aren't #1 and #7 kinda conflicting?
User avatar #94 - thatchicksqeaky (12/30/2013) [-]
Who in the hell would even try to eat honey they had found in a tomb
#93 - iamphoenix (12/30/2013) [-]
Number 9 is false. You'd suffocate before freezing to death, you wouldn't explode or boil.
#103 to #93 - personz (12/30/2013) [-]
aerospace engineering knowledge kicking in here, apparently loosing heat is a huge problem for designing a realistic space vessel, because it has nowhere to go and radiating it out is so slow/inefficient, you actually have to go to a lot of effort to not boil to death from overheating when in space.
User avatar #95 to #93 - noblexfenrir (12/30/2013) [-]
Well you would technically boil, but you wouldn't freeze to death because the human body actually is pretty good at retaining heat. Meaning you would only lose heat by radiating it into the vacuum of space.
#96 to #95 - iamphoenix (12/30/2013) [-]
Especially since there's nothing to carry the heat in space.
#91 - thecrazyonedf (12/30/2013) [-]
Yep, Kill radius on a nuclear bomb is definitely 300 miles.
User avatar #99 to #91 - ilovemyguns (12/30/2013) [-]
To make a point, the radiation spill in Japan reached the United States through clouds, so 26 nuclear bombs placed under right conditions may be able to spread enough radiation throughout the world to kill a vast majority of land life. As for sea life, I doubt it.
#90 - bioruler (12/30/2013) [-]
Water bear can also survive radiation.
#89 - anonymous (12/30/2013) [-]
what about chemosynthetic life on hydrothermic vents? how would a nuclear blast on the surface adversely affect it?
#88 - xxxgnipsxxx (12/30/2013) [-]
I very highly doubt 26 nukes could end all life on earth. You must be forgetting over 1000 nuclear weapons were detonated IN THE US, not counting maybe 1000-2000 more detonations across the globe. Maybe if you're referring to a nuclear winter effect, but life would bounce back. It would certainly end civilzation, and MAYBE extinguish the human race, but all life, **** no. Also, placement of those 26 nukes would be key, you would have to place them over areas where there's plenty of stuff for firestorms to burn.
#84 - kibbleking (12/30/2013) [-]
Holy 						****					, I stopped at #9. Too much 						********					.
Holy **** , I stopped at #9. Too much ******** . What Happens if Your Body is Exposed to the Vacuum of Space?
#77 - anonymous (12/30/2013) [-]
Part 11 should be one venus day is longer than one year on earth. Also Venus' day is longer than its year.
User avatar #79 to #77 - allcontent (12/30/2013) [-]
we know.
User avatar #76 - dharkmoswen (12/30/2013) [-]
Antarctica has no cities. Try again.
User avatar #78 to #76 - allcontent (12/30/2013) [-]
read some of the first comments. Congrats, youre the 50th person to notice.
User avatar #80 to #78 - dharkmoswen (12/30/2013) [-]
**** ... I thought I was the last original person left /sarcasm
User avatar #82 to #80 - allcontent (12/30/2013) [-]
Cool. The more you know. /endsarcasmbadjoke
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