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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#21 - froloff
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#40 to #21 - anon id: a1da671a
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Finally, an equation that proves op's are fags.
#217 to #40 - konradkurze
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an equation so easy that single cell organisms worked it out
User avatar #123 to #21 - gamebug
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OP is a radical faggot?
#195 to #21 - misschokesonrocks
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Everyones got it wrong, it says OP is the root of all fags
User avatar #31 to #21 - pwnigator
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Soooo, Does that mean OP is made up of multiple Faggots?
User avatar #38 to #31 - alltimetens
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Nope, it's saying that multiple fags are equal to multiple OPs
User avatar #136 to #31 - furiousmarshmellow
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Faggots are equal to OP squared.

So OP * OP = Gayest of Gays

So Fags = Gayest of Gays.
#229 to #136 - shadowdong
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half-life 3 confirmed
User avatar #72 to #31 - xgameloverx
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Well, OP does have multiple fags inside him...
#39 to #21 - konradkurze
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#12 - andovaredoras
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This made me have some feels.
#28 to #12 - vytros
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Well I certainly did not need this on this day.
#78 to #12 - WtfStrawberries
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just kidding, im going to go cry in the fetal position now
#162 to #12 - damnshame
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Feels truly. Girlfriend's in another province eh. Yes, I'm Canadian.
#169 to #12 - ltverwolf
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Yep, I'm in Idaho, she's in Alabama.
User avatar #186 to #12 - ahkillyou
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Dude, six years going.
Im in Cali, shes in North Carolina.
Last time I saw her was in June, was the best time of my life. :/
#198 to #12 - anon id: 83a2d4b9
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This explains why I sat on the cold hard cement just inside the garage instead of walking the extra 20 feet to get one of the folding chairs in there. The farther away the chair was, the more I could convince myself the ground was comfy too but I still wished I had a chair..
#201 to #12 - andovaredoras
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You are sitting on the couch. The further you are from the remote control, the less you feel like getting it.




Had to try to put some 'funny' into that comment since it was making people feel sad about their past or current relationships.
User avatar #24 to #12 - BlueToaster
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But note that it never actually disappears. It just becomes inconceivably miniscule; even across the universe, there are bodies acting upon us right now.
User avatar #155 to #24 - bxthreeshirker
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I need an adult.
#27 to #12 - adu
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My heart goes out to those in long-distance relationships. I know from experience that it can be one of the hardest things to go through.
User avatar #129 to #27 - fannypackattack
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Ugh, *******************. My boyfriend's in a different country. Fortunately, I don't feel I love him any less. I do miss the sex, though.
User avatar #209 to #27 - TwistedBamboozler
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I've been doing long distance with my girl for 3 years now. Still holding up strong, still love each other to death. Last year of long distance we have then she is moving in, I'm stoked. Definitely one of the hardest things ever to do though. **** it's tough

I went through this much . . . I'm probably gonna marry this girl
User avatar #213 to #209 - adu
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I really ******* hope that happens dude, I'm rooting for you. My advice to you is to never be too certain, don't get complacent. Send her gifts often, talk with her at least an hour a day, make her laugh whenever possible, tell her you love her every day as if it were your dying breath. Even if you're certain you're not taking her for granted, make sure that she knows without a doubt that she's needed. I'm only telling you this because it was failing to do these things enough that brought my long distance relationship of 2 years 7 months crashing down on top of me, because I got too comfortable just living my life, and I'm still recovering from that mistake. I don't want that to happen to anyone else, so just think about it... never assume it's at its strongest, not when you can still make it stronger every day. Godspeed, and I hope you two find true happiness with each other.
User avatar #215 to #213 - TwistedBamboozler
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wait . . . this is all too trippy right now. We just skyped tonight and she's really upset cause she doesn't feel "needed" and "significant". Obviously I love her more than anything. The first 2 years I did send her gifts and we talked all the time, etc . . . but lately that stopped because you nailed it on the ******* head; I got comfortable. Thanks man, you seriously just made my month. Time to get back on the overload-with-love train. I hope good things come to you man, and I hope your mistake wasn't too dreadful.
God speed
User avatar #216 to #215 - adu
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I'm glad and somewhat surprised I could help. But yeah, long-term and long-distance make for a tricky combination, it takes a lot more conscious effort than you might think. Keep her feeling special, treat each day as a new chance to woo her all over again. Say beautiful things about her, spend absurd amounts of time together if possible, write poetry for her, all that stuff. For me, making the mistake of not doing these things is what cost me my relationship... it's not all too bad though, as there's the chance of us getting back together, but now it's just there's another guy that can give her more than I was... so yeah.

Just remember that a promise isn't an indestructible stone tablet, but like a blade that needs constant sharpening to remain at its best. Because if it gets dull or full of nicks, it will end up breaking when you least expect it.
User avatar #218 to #216 - TwistedBamboozler
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Thanks man, I hope you can get back together with your girl. **** that other guy. I'm sure he's not a douche (well if he is **** him) but still, you're better than him. If you were doing long distance that long, you must be worth quite a bit. Just show her how much more worth it you are than he is, and why she decided she wanted long distance in the first place. I believe in you dude, and again, thanks for your advice. It means a lot.
User avatar #221 to #218 - adu
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Well, it's hard for me to convince her that I'm the better option if I can't convince myself of that. All I'm doing right now is trying to be the best friend I possibly can be, and then when the time comes for me to make my move, she can decide on who makes her happiest. I won't hold it against her if she chooses him though (he's a sweet guy that truly cares for her, he has my approval), but I want her to feel comfortable knowing that who she decides now doesn't have to be permanent. I just want a second chance at making her happy like I used to, at experiencing all the things that we've been longing for, for so long. I just want a second chance.
#158 to #27 - Virt
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why must the FJ community make me feel things from my past i dont wanna feel again T-T
why must the FJ community make me feel things from my past i dont wanna feel again T-T
User avatar #111 to #27 - oborawatabinost
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I'm in Nevada, girlfriend's in Oregon. It's definitely tough.
User avatar #113 to #111 - adu
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How long have you been together? If you don't mind me asking.
User avatar #114 to #113 - oborawatabinost
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Officially, a couple months. But I've known her for 7 years, and we got together in a really complicated situation. Believe me, if you have any trust issues whatsoever, a long distance relationship will put an enormous strain on them.
User avatar #115 to #114 - adu
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Indeed, I do know. If you've known her for a long time then your chances are pretty strong, but my advice is to not become complacent. That's a mistake that's easy to make in a long-distance relationship, I just don't want anyone else to make it.
User avatar #222 to #115 - oborawatabinost
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Well, my trust issues have gotten the best of me, and now she put us on a "break", which certainly doesn't help. I keep getting paranoid that she's still involved with her ex-boyfriend, and it sometimes becomes more than just paranoia.
User avatar #223 to #222 - adu
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Well ****, that's what happened to me with my former girlfriend after 2.5 years. Only she told me outright that she wanted to get back together with her ex, so it wasn't a trust issue, just a matter of her wanting to give us a break and give him a second chance...
User avatar #224 to #223 - oborawatabinost
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Yeah, I have reason to think that she may have still been with him right from the start (we started dating not long after she broke up with him).
User avatar #3 - anonymoose
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1. No, that equation would be: M = m/sqrt(1-((v^2)/c^2)). M=mass when moving, m=mass when stationary, v=velocity, c=speed of light in a vacuum E=mc^2 essentially says mass is condensed energy.

2. The greater distance of MASSES, the less the force of attraction. Also, the greater the mass of both objects the greater the force.

4. The greater distance of charges, the less the force of attraction or repulsion. The information there is just a side bit, really.
User avatar #61 to #3 - adu
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Also notice how it says "the faster you move, the heavier you get" implying that mass is weight. Whoopsie.
#134 to #3 - aoeuidhtns
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All the information in this infographic is correct. You are pointing out how the author could have stated the information more clearly. For instance, the fact that mass increases from observed movement can be derived from the full form of E=mc^2. This post is more about showing physics in an artistic light more than a technical one, meant for those without a physics background. Criticizing this post on the way the information is presented is like criticizing a poet for choosing to write a haiku instead of a limerick. This is all my opinion, of course. Sorry for writing so much.
#182 to #134 - anon id: 1f3d7915
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There was an old man
From Peru, whose lim'ricks all
Look'd like haiku. He

Said with a laugh "I
Cut them in half, the pay is
Much better for two."

what is this i don't even
User avatar #135 to #3 - wulvkaan
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I enjoyed this post, but as a physicist, might i suggest you use m1 for moving mass and m0 for rest mass (since that is the notation).

Not really important here, but a capital letter implies you're inserting another equation into this one (which technically you are, but since it's just mass that's being changed, it should be in mi format for summations
User avatar #49 to #3 - neokun
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I hate reading equations in text uniform, looks so much more messy.
User avatar #50 to #49 - anonymoose
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I hate having to write it. Parenthesis everywhere, *****!
#76 to #3 - mishterlusk
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>1

>2

>4
#4 to #3 - qwerteh
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Also the black hole information paradox is just a theory, not hard fact like most people blindly accept it to be. I hate seeing this comp because of how wrong it is.
#13 to #4 - anon id: d63ae0ec
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I think you mean a hypothesis. Why the **** can't people get the ******* word right man? That's why words exist, it just really bothers me
#5 to #4 - ennemi
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In fact, even Stephen Hawking now thing that information is not lost because of black hole evaporation.
#66 - memvar
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PAINT SKILLS!
#18 - allamericandude
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That statement isn't quite right. This equation is simply the entropy for a black hole, or rather the maximum entropy any object can have. Note that the entropy S is related to the surface area A. This is interesting because a 3D object can be described by a 2D quantity. This gets into hologram theory, which basically says that information is not lost in a black hole--which would break the laws of thermodynamics--but is instead stored or projected onto the 2D surface area of the black hole, like a movie being projected onto a screen.

It was Hawking who argued that information was lost in black holes, but he famously conceded defeat on the issue after years of debate.

www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/physics/blog/2011/11/holograms-black-holes-and-the-nature-of-the-universe/
User avatar #167 to #18 - yutdollacwwwthree
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Most of these are very, very simplified terms. As a matter of fact they're so simplified that they're almost wrong
#22 to #18 - chainchomp
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dude what?
User avatar #99 to #22 - allamericandude
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Yes
#35 to #22 - Covenantkilla
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^^^
User avatar #26 to #18 - ecalycptus
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Then we have the Hawking's radiation, lol
#37 to #18 - kikx
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Just about to point this out. I saw a documentary on this, a scientist named Susskind I think challenged what Hawking said and turned out to be right.   
and it was narrated by Morgan Freeman, Lord and Creator of all, so it's got to be true
Just about to point this out. I saw a documentary on this, a scientist named Susskind I think challenged what Hawking said and turned out to be right.
and it was narrated by Morgan Freeman, Lord and Creator of all, so it's got to be true
#130 to #37 - icefall
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There was a recent hypothesis suggesting that just how a the information in a black hole is projected on a 2D surface area, our 3D universe was a projection of a 4D blackhole. Just what
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#11 to #9 - anon id: 0d71cd07
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Nope. Hawking thought so but was later disproven.
User avatar #41 to #9 - Encarna
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Well if our other theories are correct (and I'm not Science major so guys feel free to correct me) surely it's impossible for something to be lost forever, as energy cannot be destroyed or created, only manipulated.
User avatar #185 to #9 - djequalizee
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Eh, not exactly. Comment 18 explains it pretty well. I guess a simplish way to put it would be like if you had, lets say, an apple. And then you put it into a cube that took all the different angles of the apple and kept them on the sides, like a bunch of tvs with cameras. The apple wouldn't be existing the same way it was, but all of the "data" would be stored in the 2D apple. A simpler way to explain this would be about you casting a 2D shadow, but the theory states that you contain all of your previous information so the whole "shadow" thing can be confusing.

Anyways, it's hard to imagine, but the theory is that the black hole stores all of your "Information" in its 2D surface.
#23 - mohne
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so that means your mom just moves pretty fast
#45 - deathleprechaun
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**deathleprechaun rolled a random image posted in comment #56 at There has always been swag ** MFW I come to FunnyJunk and end up retaking a physics lesson.
#62 - triggathepirate
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Ah, college relationships.
#139 to #62 - anon id: f8cb4779
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aww, just keep in touch with your college pals.
User avatar #140 to #62 - Leopard
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Dude..
User avatar #194 to #62 - toiletpepperoni
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God damn it....
#166 - hidanfangirl
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I have no idea what the **** is going on.
I have no idea what the **** is going on.