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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#236 - badasstoaster
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#233 - thecatspajama
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i cant even...
#232 - anon id: b31d7e58
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If thats the case then what about friction?
#231 - trollzorr
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#230 - synapse
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#229 - draxdiesel
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yes
#225 - tickleshits
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#222 - justbeingcool
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**justbeingcool rolled a random image posted in comment #4 at Are You? ** woman
User avatar #221 - Ihazfunkitty
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so youre saying if i stab someone in the belly with a knife, im actually not stabbing them and therefore its ok?
#244 to #221 - npfortytwo
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#216 - bearofwariv
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Now hold on a minute, how can you explain the different textures of surfaces and how they feel different. Say two surfaces are made of granite, they have the same composition of electrons and offer the same resistance, but one feels rougher than the other. Is that your brain's interpretation of what you are supposed to be feeling, or is it that the electrons have been forced around to a new position, causing you to interpret it as a rough feeling?
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#204 - julpiter
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User avatar #203 - pepemex
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If I wanted to learn stuff I'd go to school
#200 - potatotown
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The amount of times ive thought about that, but didnt know any scientific reason for it   
   
thank you so much OP, my mind is now at ease
The amount of times ive thought about that, but didnt know any scientific reason for it

thank you so much OP, my mind is now at ease
#198 - iwillfollowu
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which also means you never touch anyone. Whenever you hug some one its your body's electrons reepeling each other, sort of sad actually
User avatar #197 - magnusos
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All this depends on your defenision of "touch"
Watch this: www.youtube.com/watch?v=BksyMWSygnc
User avatar #190 - pancaked
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What about eating? Just curious
#189 - anon id: 7daa3f8a
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Yes, Yes I did know.
User avatar #201 to #189 - hatersghate
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I think that anyone who pays atention in physics class knows this
User avatar #186 - anonymoose
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To "touch" is to come in contact with something which is, in a physical sense being close enough that the electrons repel each other.