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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#86 - anon id: a531dcca
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But... But what about inflation of cost when you begin buying all the donuts and increase demand.
#92 to #86 - bendertherobo
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Buy them all in one go :o.
User avatar #81 - arkadia
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anyone else just kinda browse over long ass numbers and not really read them?
#76 - funnyfuuuuuu
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Now I want a boston creme donut...
Now I want a boston creme donut...
User avatar #87 to #76 - Shitthatscrazy
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I see a hole in your imagination..... no seriously your pics got a hole in it
User avatar #68 - bionicpanda
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shut up
User avatar #67 - hiamamalu
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Damn Donuts, you scary.
I Love donuts
#62 - jmasters
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#59 - anon id: 9d1a7ed3
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I think he's three orders of magnitude off on his energy calculations, but I CBA to do the math to check.

A Food calorie is actually a thousand Energy calories (sometimes they label them properly on packages as kcal). One small calorie is enough to heat 1 gram of water 1 degree, or about 4.2 joules. One food calorie (kcal, kilocalorie, large calorie) is enough to heat a kilogram of water 1 degree, or about 4200 joules.

On an episode of Bang Goes The Theory (a science show in the UK) they blow a hole in a sheet of steel with an explosion made with the contents of a minibox of cereal. Its truly fascinating how much energy is contained in a small amount of food.

Here's a clip of it. Jem's explosive breakfast - snap, crackle, bang! - Bang Goes the Theory - BBC One Picture that explosion times a trillion.

#58 - peteflintonbass
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240 calories can feed 1,666,000,000 people for three months solid?
User avatar #57 - jellyraptorz
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664 billion jeez thats to much
#55 - anon id: 5c2345b1
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the more donuts you'd buy, the more expensive every second would be.
Eventually you may buy all the ready available rav materials, but you'd never actually be able to buy impossibly many.
#89 - threenippledcousin
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screen capping your own comment, you cool mother ******.
User avatar #42 - flamingpie
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Hurr Durr U r a americunt..... Yes we get it, we have a ****** u measurement system, if we could change it we would, that doesn't mean you have to be an asshole.
User avatar #91 - deathleprechaun
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He lost me when he equated ounces to gallons.
User avatar #50 - whiteboitrollin
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I love how everyone is arguing over metric vs imperial but only 1 or 2 people actually comments about the main thing in this post. A ******* donut bomb 200 times that of Hiroshima. Somebody please make this a ******* reality!
User avatar #47 - finblob
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OP is friends with Thor.
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#1 - ubercookieboy
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(09/13/2013) [-]
tl;dr - Exploding donuts