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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)
#2 - starblood (12/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Is there a Rome in Antarctica?   
 that would be adorable    
 EMPEROR PENGUINS    
 ba dum tsss
Is there a Rome in Antarctica?
that would be adorable
EMPEROR PENGUINS
ba dum tsss
#30 - nexdemise ONLINE (12/29/2013) [+] (5 replies)
#2 Antarctica
#9 You actually wouldn't. Your lungs would be emptied out and oxygen would get drawn out of your bloodstream. You could sustain some barotrauma from decompression (like reptured ear drums), cold burns and radiation burns but you wouldn't explode (you could inflate from pressure differences however). As long as you'd be pulled into a pressurized environment and given CPR within 5 minutes you'd survive.
#11 One Venusian day is 243 days, one Venusian year is 224.7 days. So its day is slightly longer than its year.
#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?
#58 - xxxsonic fanxxx (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
#1 false because most undersea algae would be fine
#2 false because there are no cities in Antarctica
#3 is questionable because it is only true in countries that drive on the right side of the road, because in the study they found that the accident that killed most lefties were american cars that originally were designed for righies not lefties.
#9 false because you expand from the boiling you do not explode. (and if it's -400F that's pretty close to absolute zero in while case you could be frozen in time dead of course but frozen all the same)

those are just a few from off the top of my head next time you make one of these check your facts and cite your sources.
User avatar #25 - teevee (12/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Could number three be because of the combination of the lower amount of left-handed people and the amount of deaths related to left-handed people using right-handed products?
#17 - paustasnukis (12/29/2013) [+] (4 replies)
>26 nukes to end life on earth
>more then 2000 nuclear missiles detonated already en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapons_testing

u wot m8
#93 - iamphoenix (12/30/2013) [+] (3 replies)
Number 9 is false. You'd suffocate before freezing to death, you wouldn't explode or boil.
#19 - lumendeus (12/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Actually one bomb could end all human live:
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nuclear_weapon_design#Cobalt_bombs
This, detonating in the atmosphere, having a certin size would lead to a fallout killing all human live.

The radiation levels are actually much higher today, then they were before 1945, because of nuclear tests. Ships sunk during WW I are currently recovered, because their steel is used for tools, because they never experienced the influence of current radiation.
#20 to #19 - zimbagwe (12/29/2013) [-]
First line "A fictional doomsday bomb"
#67 - doesthislookunsure (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
its a fact guise i tested it
#70 to #67 - allcontent (12/30/2013) [-]
Youre damn right its a fact, so I came back from the future to tell everyone that is right.

Good job genius, you ruined the fun.
#46 - infinitereaper (12/30/2013) [-]
someone please deliver
#18 - xxxsonic fanxxx (12/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
Surface area of earth is 510,072,000 square km. To end all life on earth you need to catch just about every square cm in a blast or something is bound to survive.   
   
That means that the average nuke would have a blast large enough to cover an area of 19,618,153 square km. In other words each nuke would be so powerful that its blast is larger then Russia, the largest country in the world.
Surface area of earth is 510,072,000 square km. To end all life on earth you need to catch just about every square cm in a blast or something is bound to survive.

That means that the average nuke would have a blast large enough to cover an area of 19,618,153 square km. In other words each nuke would be so powerful that its blast is larger then Russia, the largest country in the world.
#5 - xxxsonic fanxxx (12/29/2013) [+] (3 replies)
11 is wrong
#90 - bioruler ONLINE (12/30/2013) [-]
Water bear can also survive radiation.
User avatar #76 - dharkmoswen (12/30/2013) [+] (3 replies)
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 #69 - lilbigjoker (12/30/2013) [+] (2 replies)
So out of those 26 nukes, 2 of them will be spent on trying to kill that asian guy??
User avatar #65 - shamrockd (12/30/2013) [-]
Think #11 is backwards.
#48 - ainise (12/30/2013) [+] (1 reply)
Wait... It only takes 26 nukes to end all life, and then you later list off things that can survive nukes...somethen's not right here...
User avatar #9 - sirnigga (12/29/2013) [+] (2 replies)
1 is wrong because of 12
User avatar #11 to #10 - sirnigga (12/29/2013) [-]
your not thinking hard enough
User avatar #36 - greatbear (12/30/2013) [-]
****** facts most of them. For example- 26 nukes needed to end earth? There have been thousands of nuclear tests in the 20th century, and we're still here
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