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#100 - blackrookfiend
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This is a show where the hyperdrive engine moves the universe around the space-ship guys. Stop trying to apply logic to it. c:
#135 to #100 - fourtwentt
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it also features a guy from 2000, a chick from mars, and a nice lobster zoidberg...its a fictional joke which doesnt need logic
#195 to #135 - anon
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Again sorry to be that guy but, cryogenics is a rather old field. people have been frozen to be reawakened again since the early 90s, so a guy waking in a thousand years is possible. mars can be colonized rather quickly with the introduction of greenhouse gases, so a few generation of people can be living on mars by 300. lastly, there is a little zoidberge in us all, so we are all lobsters......... in our own way
#116 to #100 - anon
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sorry to be that guy but, it is theoretically possible to create a warp bubble by moving the space around an object. causing it to travel faster than light. its all very interesting, look it up
#177 to #116 - gladiuss
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You think you're so smart with your logic and your reason!
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#98 - diaperfacederp
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#95 - felixjarl ONLINE
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#91 - Cleavland Steamer
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**Cleavland Steamer rolled a random image posted in comment #73 at Martin Freeman... **
#93 to #91 - thelegitmetalhead
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Sweet roll bro.   
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Sweet roll bro.
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#70 - doctorhorrible
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Its true
Its true
#127 to #70 - neoexdeath ONLINE
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Naw, you can't use measurements of weight for both of...   
   
...What? I can barely see anything in this damn mask!
Naw, you can't use measurements of weight for both of...

...What? I can barely see anything in this damn mask!
#126 to #70 - tornwingsofangels
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ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD
ALL GLORY TO THE HYPNOTOAD
#96 to #70 - Cobaltsushi
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******* bandwagons
#122 to #96 - johnconnorone ONLINE
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#103 to #96 - ZaktheAssassin
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Yeah, **** bandwago- ALL HAIL THE GLORIOUS HYPNOTOAD
#94 to #70 - anon
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Anons cant get hypnoTOAD ALL HAIL THE HYPNOTOAD!
#84 to #70 - tyuru
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it most certainly is not. You see, weight measures how much grav- ALL HAIL THE HYPNOTOAD
#89 to #84 - anon
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i thought some fag was gunna get all scienc- ALL HAIL HYPNOTOAD
#85 to #84 - rammed
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Oh god dammit, not this stupid thread ag-- ALL HAIL THE HYPNOTOAD
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#62 - Bion
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If anyone is interested, Dark Matter is actually a.. "substance" that doesn't really exist... or kind of does maybe.

Dark Matter is actually a theory. It's a type of "energy" that holds galaxies together, rather than having them spinning off, as the gravitational pull of each planet/stars/etc aren't enough to keep galaxies together. They do theoretic tests that show how the galaxies should expand and retract, with their relative mass. And... they don't retract. They have to add in a source of "energy" that defies typical physics, and doing so makes the tests stable and play out like they should.

At least, that is what I had learned about it, a couple years ago. My memory might have been warped from what it was, or the theory may have changed, since then.
#178 to #62 - jakeattack
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WELLLL what you are thinking of is dark energy. dark matter however has actual effects that are seen. its gravitational lensing , or the gravity of an invisible object bending light, yet we see nothing.
#120 to #62 - vishnarg
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tl:dr; dark matter and matter ate each other up and dueled it out at the beginning of time and matter one out, but now we have ridiculous amounts of nothingness in between. Dark matter now is very scarce.
#86 to #62 - rammed
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"that doesn't really exist... or kind of does maybe"

all of theoretical physics in a nutshell
#87 to #86 - Bion
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Yeah. I tried to throw in a bit of humor. It WAS intended.
#77 to #62 - chocolatepuppy
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#73 to #62 - anon
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This is actually pretty accurate, but what you're describing is actually what's known as dark energy. Dark matter is a similar theory that states that there are certain parts of far-off galaxies where stars cluster closer together than they should be given their mass. Their collective gravity shouldn't be strong enough to hold the system as close together as it is.

Essentially, scientists have reasoned that the only way for it to make sense within the bounds of physics is for there to be excessively large amounts of matter floating around in space that doesn't produce light and we haven't learned how to "see" or detect yet. The phenomenon is observed commonly enough that on the spectrum of space theories, it's far closer to black holes than it is to worm holes.
#81 to #73 - Bion
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Yeah, figured that out already. Memory warped the matter and energy, I guess.

Still very similar theories, in the end.
#92 to #81 - srskate
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I was almost certain that dark energy is the opposite of dark matter. It tries to spread out galaxies, which accounts for the accelerated rate of expansion of the universe.
#97 to #92 - Bion
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First: The universe isn't accelerating, it's slowing down. Which signifies that the "Big Bang" is a repeated cycle that happens every... bajillion years. It will eventually stop expanding, begin to retract, and eventually compact, and eventually cause another "Big Bang".

Second: Galaxies without dark energy will have it's planets and stars and stuff fly everywhere in very unexpected ways. If gravity was the only thing holding a galaxy together, the gravity of each planet and star would pull each of them in different ways, causing the chaotic positioning.

Something about the Dark Energy (either it's unknown, or it's just unknown to me), keeps the pieces of the galaxy from spreading out in such chaos. And instead, in sync with the gravitational pull, causes the pieces to fall into place more evenly. Spiral galaxies are a prime example of this, as without the Dark Energy, it would just be a *********** of stars, planets, and such, just crashing into each other, and expanding away from the focal point.
#101 to #97 - srskate
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wikipedia disagrees, as does nasa. At least on that bit about what dark energy does. I know all galaxies have an abundance of dark matter at their core, holding them together.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dark_energy
science.nasa.gov/astrophysics/focus-areas/what-is-dark-energy/
#104 to #101 - Bion
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Maybe I'm just getting stuff mixed up then. In which case I'm just spouting nonsense, and feel free to ignore me.
#109 to #104 - srskate
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No prob, physics gets confusing sometimes
No prob, physics gets confusing sometimes
#167 to #109 - Bion
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Well, I was right. But I was told that I was wrong. So I started speaking what I was told was right, when it was really wrong.

Long story short, I was right about Dark Matter holding the galaxies together, I took someone's word saying it was actually Dark Energy, and without checking evidence, started to say it was in fact Dark Energy. Thus I feel slightly idiotic, and a bit gullible for that.
#145 to #109 - Bion
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Dunno why your links got thumbed down. You actually took the time to look stuff up, and I'm just rambling from memory. Oh well. I threw a green thumb in there to try and even it out.
#67 to #62 - zgbgydug ONLINE
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Dark matter and dark energy are different
#165 to #67 - Bion
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You, sir...

After jumping into a bit of research, it apears that it IS the Dark Matter that holds the galaxies together.

Perhaps you thought I was talking about Dark Energy just because I used the term "energy"?
#288 to #165 - zgbgydug ONLINE
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I thought you were assuming that dark matter and dark energy were the same because of how you used matter and energy in the same way.

If I'm not mistaken, and someone correct me if I am, I believe it is
-dark matter that creates gravitational forces larger than expected (ie. Galaxies being held together)
-dark energy that causes the universe to expand at a more rapid rate over time instead of slowing down

I love science.<3
#289 to #288 - Bion
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Yes. That's the way it is. Haha. I was describing Dark Matter as an "Energy" because it's almost.. not even there. It's like nothing, that has a gravitational pull.

But yeah, you then made me start telling people that Dark Energy is what Dark Matter is xD

Which is ironically, what a lot of people are saying, wrongly.
#72 to #67 - kingultra
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I thought dark matter was a term for unexplained but real things in space
#71 to #67 - Bion
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Hmm... You're right. But a quick research shows how closely related they are...

And at first glance, they look to be the exact same thing, just one being physical and one not.

If I wasn't tired as ****, I'd read more about this. I find it interesting.
#76 to #71 - zgbgydug ONLINE
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Sorry for the blunt response, I'm also tired and didn't feel like remembering everything I know about them so I left it at that. You should look into this and other science related.. things.. It's all interesting.

Except biology.

**** biology.
#79 to #76 - sickedy
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"**** biology"
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gigity
#78 to #76 - Bion
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I like all things that are science-y.

Even Bio. Chemistry I only like the basics, and physics is prolly more work than it's worth to solve.

But space and earth sciences are extremely interesting. I made some posts a long ass time ago about history repeating itself over and over again. If i wasn't lazy, I'd dig it all up. If I wasn't doubly lazy, I'd just type it all back out.
#142 to #78 - hammarhead
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Biology, **** yeah. I didn't have fun until i realized how interconnected everything was in science. everything is applicable to everything.
#163 to #142 - Bion
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Biology is also really easy to follow, compared to the other sciences. That's what makes it so "fun" for me. It's just simple and easy, and easy to remember (for the most part). At the same time, when you get far, far into it, it is extremely complex... I wonder...

Which is more limitless... The universe, or the human mind?
#58 - anon
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fuels such as gasoline, diesel, and jet fuel, can sometimes be mesured as a volume. like when you tune a carburator in a car you try to get a perfect fuel ratio of 14.1/1 air (cubic inches) to fuel (pounds), so in theory since they use dark matter as fuel it could be refrencing this that one pound of dark matter weighs 10,000 imperical pounds. but it is a tv show so who knows.
#52 - awesomenessdefined
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The terrifying part was them using imperial measurement.   
   
Also, that was the joke, braniac.
The terrifying part was them using imperial measurement.

Also, that was the joke, braniac.
#107 to #52 - mrbojingles
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what ep is this .gif from?
#205 to #107 - awesomenessdefined
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The thief of Baghead
Season 7 episode 4.
#44 - lulchux
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Would it not be infinite then? because one pound equals 10,000 pounds, but each one of those pounds are another 10,000 pounds.
#35 - MOFOJOYO
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#140 to #24 - killerblue
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Guys we did it, he got banned yeah
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#117 to #24 - anon
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100 red thumbs!
#111 to #24 - thunderxcatsxhoooo
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moron
moron
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#42 to #24 - SILENCEnight
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**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #68 at 'Merica ** never go full retard
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#39 to #24 - gracefuldamned
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You are too stupid to internet. Leave.
You are too stupid to internet. Leave.
#27 to #24 - HarvietheDinkle
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that's the joke
that's the joke
#17 - KayRed
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That's a star wars reference...
#54 to #17 - KayRed
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Seriously, it is.
#59 to #54 - ohemgeezus
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I have yet to see your star wars reference anywhere in the content. Are you referring to the grid?
#63 to #59 - KayRed
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Obscure references, not girds (well, at least not that I know of).
#61 to #59 - KayRed
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Yes, I am. It's an obscure reference, but there is no better kind. Futurama is full of them.
#64 to #61 - ohemgeezus
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Yeah but neither futurama or star wars invented the use of a grid to show size...
#15 - fizzythunder
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>The future
>Use the imperial system
>'Murica
#51 to #15 - nirvanaishdude
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A pound is also half a kilo. Just saying.
#248 to #51 - anon
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it's not "half".
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#3 - anon
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WRONG, it weighs the same as ten suns... ******* ******, learn your facts you utter cunt, 12 year olds... go suck yo daddy's dick again faggot
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#82 to #3 - alphajunk
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Is FJ that stupid to not know this guy(anon) is trolling?     
I cannot believe how much butthurt anon has succeeded.
Is FJ that stupid to not know this guy(anon) is trolling?
I cannot believe how much butthurt anon has succeeded.
#88 to #82 - mayormilkman
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It doesn't really matter anymore now that he's almsot at one hundred thumbs down. Now all that matters is getting him lower.
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#43 to #3 - SILENCEnight
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**SILENCEnight rolled a random image posted in comment #2839681 at My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic ** no one likes you anon
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#32 to #3 - xxangelisxx
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Woah there.
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#23 to #3 - joshythehipster
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Come back when you have an account, and learn to read.
#22 to #3 - krasnogvardiech
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And this is you speaking?
#20 to #3 - dagramcraka
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"over" implying it weighs X amount more then said number.
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#26 to #14 - lip
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I like the older art better.
#48 to #26 - Marker ONLINE
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I think that one's from one of the Duels of the Planeswalker games, given the icon on the left side.
#50 to #48 - lip
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I know it is.

Also the D13.
#53 to #50 - Marker ONLINE
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Ah, didn't see that. I see that logo and I instinctively think of one of the more recent core sets. I forgot the Duels games had their own set symbol.
#56 to #53 - lip
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Yeah...

Do you have D13?

I wanna play it.
#57 to #56 - Marker ONLINE
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No, only 12.
#60 to #57 - lip
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I have that one too.
#11 to #3 - tomowrath
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#9 to #3 - laxxy
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how do you know that 10 suns dont weight 10 000 pounds, have you weight the sun?
how do you know that 10 suns dont weight 10 000 pounds, have you weight the sun?
#12 to #9 - tomowrath
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Well, based on the size of the sun and it's brightness you can deduce how much "fuel" is in it.
That fuel weighs a certain amount.
We can take the amount of fuel and think "if this small amount weighs X"
than "this large amount weighs X"

PS: I tried to make it simple for you to understand, sorry if I failed.
#19 to #12 - laxxy
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i'm sorry for trying to be funny
#18 to #12 - laxxy
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it was a joke..
#21 to #18 - tomowrath
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Your joke is retarded then.
#25 to #21 - laxxy
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did you come on here to be an asshole or did it just turn out like that?
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#34 to #30 - laxxy
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ok guys thats it
i'm out, i give up this site.
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#8 to #3 - anon
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ha idiot
#7 to #3 - haloforlife
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Are you retarded, no one can detect dark matter we just know it's there because the galaxy it too small for just stars and usual matter.
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#5 to #3 - mcniggertoast
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dude...
#4 to #3 - anon
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1000 suns even
#2 - codyxvasco
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Wow it must be a very dense- Wait...what?
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