Nostalgia. I thought this picture was funny. I hope you do to. Also, smashing pumpkin nostalgia trip time.. All MY RAGE Remember highschool
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - hieros
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#7 to #6 - avanger
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Retrovirus looks like Peter Dinklage
User avatar #19 to #7 - shadowkingdr
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post shrinkage?
#1 - bigcdizzle
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Is it sad that I remember what that is because of Jimmy Neutron, and not school?
Is it sad that I remember what that is because of Jimmy Neutron, and not school?
User avatar #2 to #1 - thelastamerican [OP]
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Hey, it was a good song. I'm not even surprised that it was used. I am a little surprised it was used in a cartoon. Do you have a youtube link for it? I can't see how it could really work.
#3 to #2 - bigcdizzle
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I meant the bacteriophage, not the song... Though smashing pumpkins content is always good. Here's another for your trouble.
#4 to #3 - thelastamerican [OP]
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Oh. Now I geddit.
#47 to #1 - anon id: 9f924f18
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That's how I learned as well.
User avatar #12 to #1 - marking
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Theres not set guidelines from who are what you can learn from, even the most questionable sources can carry pearls of wisdom with them. Dont let anyone make you feel for learning.
#10 - anon id: ca957af9
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That's a ******* virus...
#17 to #10 - sciencexplain
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#25 to #17 - atheistgod
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Im dissappionted in you. You are goddamn sciencexplain and you are just as ignorant as anon. Im sorry for seeming so mad, but you are spreading misinformation.
Bacteriophage are a type of virus which tend to infect bacteria(which ARE living organisms). Also viruses come in several shapes.
You were both partially correct and partially incorrect.

Come on, it took me 12 seconds to google this to make sure I was right. Try to do the same before correcting someone.
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User avatar #36 to #27 - deepgreen
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No he didn't misread it. You respond to the anon by saying he's wrong when he's right. The bacteriophage in the content IS a virus. It's just not as specific of a description as is possible. So you are unjustified in calling it wrong.

Nobody cares about what your definition of a virus and bacteriophage are. There are scientific definitions and starndards.
User avatar #37 to #36 - xxbandwagonxx
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While correct anon is claiming the statement to be wrong. This (I assume) is what explain says is wrong.
#32 to #27 - atheistgod
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One, I am not declaring myself an atheist. My username is a referance to an older post along the lines of some girl on face book asking "Why do people even worship athiesm when god made the world". Her statement implied that there was an atheism diety and that made me laugh like a bitch because thats basically the opposite of atheism.
Two, you use the words "A bacteriophage infects and replicates only within bacteria instead of the cells of living organisms.", the use of the word "instead" makes it seem as though you are saying bacteria are not living organisms.
Three, you also say "Whilst a virus can take many shapes, bacteriophages only appear like in that content.", which again when phrased the way it is makes it appear that you believe bacteriophages are not viruses.
Four, please reread your response to the anon before telling me not to talk down to others.
#33 to #27 - atheistgod
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Also, I already have some prior knowledge about viruses. I added the part about googling it because it is always good to double check yourself.

I realise I must have offended you because you jumped to calling me a prick, but you were abit of a prick to that anon for someone who made an account based around informing people of scientific facts.
#40 to #17 - drynix
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A virus isn't most commenly a sphericle shape, as shown in the picture (and said by you aswell) many shapes exist.

Anon was right by classifying it as a virus, since a bacteriophage is a subtype of the virus familly in general. Just like a Rotavirus is a subtype of the virusses. And so are Adenovirusses (which btw ain't even really sphericle, more like a dodecahedron)

Before going all ******** on a correct statement, please make sure you got your facts straight aswell.

You are overgeneralizing virusses greatly with your statements.
#48 to #17 - anon id: 3614e924
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Get rekt, you ignorant piece of cheese.
User avatar #35 to #17 - deepgreen
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Bacteriophages are a type of virus...
User avatar #14 to #10 - alpacalypse
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And you're a moron.
User avatar #39 to #10 - drynix
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A virus doesn't ****, it replicates its DNA in a host cell.

Although to do that it first needs to penetrate the cell and send his DNA into the cell through a tube...

Meh perhaps in some essence you could call penetration with sending over DNA a form of ******* (I mean, we humans do the same), but it isn't textbook *******.
User avatar #16 - thismustbeseen
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Am I the only one who thinks bacteriophages are creepy as hell?
#41 to #16 - doktorwhat
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that's just because you're a bacterio-fag
User avatar #18 to #16 - turbodoosh
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They look like little machines that are designed to **** up biology.
User avatar #20 to #18 - thelastamerican [OP]
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But that's what they are!
User avatar #21 to #20 - turbodoosh
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Sorry didn't specify. The creepy part being "designed" as if they're man made
User avatar #22 to #21 - thelastamerican [OP]
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Yeah, they do look like tiny robots from the future. I'll bet there's a really good third rate scifi novel about this topic.
User avatar #24 to #22 - turbodoosh
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I kinda hope there is. The closest thing I've read to it is Prey by Michael Crichton. That one involves nano bots that **** **** up. Quite a good book I'd say
User avatar #26 to #24 - thelastamerican [OP]
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I think you're talking about Prey, and it was a great book.
User avatar #28 to #26 - thismustbeseen
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That's what he said
User avatar #38 to #18 - darthblam
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They are medical nanobots used to treat diseases for an alien race. When visiting Earth they left a small amount behind by accident in the flora and fauna. The reason they attack us is because they do not recognize our biology and see it all as a disease.
At least that's what I like to joke about what they are...
User avatar #13 - weightedtemp
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What if god was one of us? Tell me! Why'd you have to go and make things so complicated? I see the way you're... I know that she's playin with me, but that's ok cuz I got no self esteem
#8 - anon id: b4f458b1
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joke explain?
User avatar #11 to #8 - mrselfdestruct
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its a joke about the Smashing Pumpkins song "Bullet With Butterfly Wings"
the lyrics to the chorus were "despite all my rage, I'm still just a rat in a cage"
bacteriophage rhymes with cage, hence the substitution.
User avatar #15 to #11 - Blargosnarf
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Strange, I've only heard it pronounced as "fahj"
User avatar #54 to #15 - mrselfdestruct
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you have a point there.
#30 - komandantmirkoo
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#46 - shonapope
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**** yeah
**** yeah
#9 - asasqw
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Dispite all my rage I am still only
User avatar #5 - Vinpascal
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In times like these my father always taught me. when In doubt, GRAB THE PEPPER
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