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#189 - anonexplains (01/09/2014) [-]
mfw living in northern Norway. You Canadian faggots ain't got nothing on this **** .
#195 to #189 - sethryandrebing (01/09/2014) [-]
******* Norway warmer the north Dakota there
#194 to #189 - bluelight (01/09/2014) [-]
i really didn't need to see that photo of yours
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User avatar #188 - addictakilla (01/09/2014) [-]
Funny when you see the same thing worded almost exactly the same about Chicago
#186 - meitemark (01/09/2014) [-]
Toronto Maple Leafs win the Stanley Cup
User avatar #185 - Amaze (01/09/2014) [-]
I have to sleep with a fan on because my window is snowed in..
The struggle.
User avatar #178 - silvermarsh (01/09/2014) [-]
That last one is impossible.
The Leafs can't win the Cup.
User avatar #177 - theseventhmirror (01/09/2014) [-]
I actually find that 0 C without windchill is actually a fairly comfortable temperature.
User avatar #175 - yamiyo (01/09/2014) [-]
I feel like this was a big set-up for the last one. If it was; this is hilarious. Well done.
User avatar #173 - rulebysecrecy (01/09/2014) [-]
The last one got me.
#171 - azinfoo (01/09/2014) [-]
So my chemistry teacher said today that at absolute zero, a gas takes up no volume. Can anyone explain why?
User avatar #235 to #171 - psyachu (01/10/2014) [-]
Everyone's talking about the technical stuff here, but... wouldn't any gas turn into a liquid or a solid at some point before 0 K?
User avatar #240 to #235 - mublerking (01/11/2014) [-]
not necessarily, helium can be a gas at 0k. In order to turn it into a liquid, we don't cool it, we put it under such enormous force it becomes liquid.
User avatar #184 to #171 - mublerking (01/09/2014) [-]
Computer engineer here. He is most likely referring to the ideal gas law (PV=nRT) where if temperature is 0 (it is measured in kelvin) then that entire side is so PV=0 which means either pressure is 0 or volume is 0. This is however, a false statement, the ideal gas law does not work at absolute 0. This is because at absolute 0 most people assume everything stops moving entirely. This is not true however, as heisenberg's uncertainty principle states that we can not know both momentum and position of an electron. if the statement before was true, it wouldn't be moving, and we could still know its position, so we'd know both the momentum and position meaning that particles still move. So there must be pressure if they still move meaning no volume, but mass can never be "destroyed or created" as per the conservation of mass so the volume can not simply disappear. So really, at absolute 0, the ideal gas law and most other laws pertaining to gases become null. He may have forgot to mention, the gas laws are all approximations to reality, and therefor do not always accurately represent reality.

TL;DR he was incorrect.
#190 to #184 - azinfoo (01/09/2014) [-]
Thank you for the quick and well explained answer
User avatar #183 to #171 - omeglepwner (01/09/2014) [-]
Its true but not true, at absolute zero the ideal gas would take up no volume but as this is an impossibility it proves that no gas is ideal
#181 to #171 - funnyguyz (01/09/2014) [-]
because as the temperature drops the volume of a gas also drops. so at absolute 0K all motion would stop because the gas would take up no mass...I think
#180 to #171 - ColonelHansLanda (01/09/2014) [-]
I think it's because PV/T(1)=PV/T(2) and if T=0 then well... the equation wouldn't work or something because 0 is on the bottom. I dunno I've been on and Airplane all day and can't really think and noticed no one else replied to you.
#169 - anonexplains (01/09/2014) [-]
I'd just like to mention that Canadian homes are insulated better for the cold, such as thicker windows that contain Argon, because very cold winters are expected.

Most American homes are not insulated as well as Canadian homes because it is unnecessary. That's why Americans sometimes to complain about the cold while they're indoors on a very cold day.
User avatar #172 to #169 - aahrg (01/09/2014) [-]
the temperature was -39 celsius a few days ago, and i was walking around comfortably in jeans + a tee shirt
#166 - anonexplains (01/09/2014) [-]
******** about the new yorkers, I'm in upstate NY and my neighbors and I sat outside in our underwear drinking booze yesterday and it was in the negatives
#163 - AZSYANKEE (01/09/2014) [-]
LMAO at the ending!
LMAO at the ending!
User avatar #160 - jalthelas (01/09/2014) [-]
Yeah, maybe Southern Californians at 40 degrees F.

Up here in the Sierra Nevada Mountains, it has to be AT LEAST 20 or below for me to shiver uncontrollably.
User avatar #159 - ishallsmiteyou (01/09/2014) [-]
It's sad how true some of this is.
#165 to #159 - autoxx (01/09/2014) [-]
I have personal experience with way too many of those.
User avatar #167 to #165 - ishallsmiteyou (01/09/2014) [-]
I wore shorts today. I think that says something.
#168 to #167 - autoxx (01/09/2014) [-]
I wear sandals, when it gets too cold I just put socks on too.

No... No I don't. That goes against everything I believe in.
User avatar #158 - Thefunkmonkey (01/09/2014) [-]
40F. All Floridians freeze.
#156 - atrocitustheking (01/09/2014) [-]
Except in Dante's Inferno, the last layer of Hell is frozen over... so perhaps the Maple Leaves have always had a chance!
User avatar #164 to #156 - hockeykicksass (01/09/2014) [-]
if you think the leafs have a chance then you dont watch hockey
User avatar #179 to #164 - atrocitustheking (01/09/2014) [-]
I actually don't. I'm just a) trying to be funny, and b) saying that the team sucks of their own accord.
User avatar #155 - Cutles ONLINE (01/09/2014) [-]
im a canadian and that is untrue the maple leafs still would end up losing the cup
#154 - maryjkennedy (01/09/2014) [-]
my co-worker's sister makes $61 an hour on the laptop. She has been out of a job for nine months but last month her payment was $14635 just working on the laptop for a few hours. check here,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, TEC30.ℭom
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