Good Guy Aluminum. It's OC, I checked.. AND ' MATERIALS I' litte EARTH. god damn you dirty aluminium lovers. Iron IS the best metal. GOD i hate aluminium. Good Guy Aluminum It's OC I checked AND ' MATERIALS I' litte EARTH god damn you dirty aluminium lovers Iron IS the best metal GOD i hate
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#23 - jellybeansbounce
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god damn you dirty aluminium lovers. Iron IS the best metal. GOD i hate aluminium.
#26 to #23 - anon id: cf968ac6
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I HOPE YOU ENJOY SENPAI'S RUSTY IRON COCK
#31 to #26 - tojimajia
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He probably does, that is why he loves iron.

The sicko
#112 to #26 - Ouronlysaviortwo
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#150 to #23 - anon id: de250c89
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Reporting in from the Gallium loving master race.
#133 to #23 - comanderspy
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yfw rust
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#1 - anon id: 7f68b1e2
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And it's funny right ? I don't get it op , seems like you're teaching science here .
#2 to #1 - sublimedafuq [OP]
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#32 to #2 - maxismahname
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actually dis
actually dis
#36 - iamthedeigner
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THAT'S NOT EVEN THE COOLEST PART. LEAVE IRON IN WATER, YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS? THAT PUSSY-ASS BITCH METAL ***** OUT FE2O3, RUSTING ITS OWN WEAK ASS OUT OF STRENGTH AND USEFULNESS. YOU KNOW WHAT ALUMINUM'S RUST IS? ******* CORUNDUM. LET THAT BOMB-ASS NAME SINK INTO YOUR WORTHLESS SKULL FOR A SECOND. YOU MAY BE WONDERING, "JESUS **** THAT'S FROM SKYRIM!!!" YEAH, IT IS. THIS GOD-GIVEN, BEAUTIFUL RUST IS STRONGER THAN THE ALUMINUM ITSELF, AND FORMS A PROTECTIVE COAT FROM ANY FURTHER ALUMINUM DECOMPOSITION. THINK YOU CAN BURST IT LIKE OTHER ORDINARY METALS USING SMALL AMOUNTS OF HEAT? WRONGGGGG. ALUMINUM DIFFUSES HEAT SO GODDAMN QUICKLY THAT IT IS VIRTUALLY ******* INVINCIBLE TO RAPID HEAT-BASED DECOMPOSITION. THEODORE GRAY SAYS IT'S NEAR THE BEST METAL. THAT COCK JUGGLING ********** CAN SUCK ALUMINUMS SELF STUDDED INDESTRUCTIBLE DICK. ALUMINUM IS THE SUPREME METAL. REMEMBER IT.
THAT'S NOT EVEN THE COOLEST PART. LEAVE IRON IN WATER, YOU KNOW WHAT HAPPENS? THAT PUSSY-ASS BITCH METAL ***** OUT FE2O3, RUSTING ITS OWN WEAK ASS OUT OF STRENGTH AND USEFULNESS. YOU KNOW WHAT ALUMINUM'S RUST IS? ******* CORUNDUM. LET THAT BOMB-ASS NAME SINK INTO YOUR WORTHLESS SKULL FOR A SECOND. YOU MAY BE WONDERING, "JESUS **** THAT'S FROM SKYRIM!!!" YEAH, IT IS. THIS GOD-GIVEN, BEAUTIFUL RUST IS STRONGER THAN THE ALUMINUM ITSELF, AND FORMS A PROTECTIVE COAT FROM ANY FURTHER ALUMINUM DECOMPOSITION. THINK YOU CAN BURST IT LIKE OTHER ORDINARY METALS USING SMALL AMOUNTS OF HEAT? WRONGGGGG. ALUMINUM DIFFUSES HEAT SO GODDAMN QUICKLY THAT IT IS VIRTUALLY ******* INVINCIBLE TO RAPID HEAT-BASED DECOMPOSITION. THEODORE GRAY SAYS IT'S NEAR THE BEST METAL. THAT COCK JUGGLING ********** CAN SUCK ALUMINUMS SELF STUDDED INDESTRUCTIBLE DICK. ALUMINUM IS THE SUPREME METAL. REMEMBER IT.
#67 to #36 - anon id: 30069677
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Fe*
#98 to #67 - iamthedeigner
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FeUCK YOU
FeUCK YOU
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User avatar #59 to #36 - corundum
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hell yeahhhh
#14 - comanderspy
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aluminium isnt that strong, its actually pretty ****** unless it is combined with other metals, i guess they say strong because of its toughness/weigh ratio
#28 to #14 - blackandwhitegod
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Na mate metals are measured in different toughnesses.

Its been a few years but if I recall its something like tensil strength.

From what I was taught Aluminum can hold as much as steel, it self weighting much less, but it can't hold it as long as steel.
#33 to #28 - comanderspy
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I dont know man... i mean i attended a technical school where i had to mill and cut aluminium and steel (sorry i dont remember the carbonic content of the steel, but it was steel) and steel took way more to bend, break or cut than aluminium, but it was heavy as ****. as a freshman project we had to make an aluminum baseball bat. in junior year we had some free time, so i decided to make a steel one, i dont know if it is experience but i remember breaking like 3 aluminium bats while using the lathe to cut them, but the steel one was my first try. also im pretty sure i could right now bend the aluminium one, so im kind of careful with it.

aluminium on the left, steel on the right
User avatar #102 to #14 - keiishiyama
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That's probably what they're implying, yeah. It's a tremendously lightweight material, and mixed with other metals, we have the sheets that make up the International Space Station.
#106 - genmatthew
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#202 to #106 - wholesomeburn
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#155 to #106 - reddeadtroll
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User avatar #9 - amybumble
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Aaaand, for some reason, Americans spell, and say it wrong.

Aluminium... THERES A ******* I THERE!
#25 to #9 - hewhoepicfails
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We don't give a **** about how a metal is spelled, you ************* cum bucket.
User avatar #17 to #9 - neonnurse
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dude it's like color and colour different regions spell it differently
#39 to #9 - bronywhat
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#11 to #9 - Corak
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User avatar #12 to #9 - Shramin
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Both Aluminium and Aluminum are correct.
The guy who discovered it at first called it various names before settling on Aluminum, he then changed it to Aluminium because it sounded more correct to the British Scientist.

American dictionaries never followed that form of spelling making it so that today we have both.
User avatar #38 to #12 - aldheim
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Yeah, but the SI is Aluminium.
User avatar #92 to #38 - Shramin
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SI?
User avatar #187 to #92 - aldheim
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International System of Units, called SI because of its French name which I've forgotten.
Basically a committee of dudes and dudettes around the world who decide what is the official unit, or spelling, or pronunciation, ect.
User avatar #101 to #92 - keiishiyama
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SI is for units of measure. I'm not adding an extra syllable just because the rest of Europe/the English-speaking world does it. Americans are stubborn as ****, yo.
User avatar #185 to #101 - Shramin
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I am not sure how that is relevant to how you spell or vocally say Aluminium/Aluminum?
User avatar #192 to #185 - keiishiyama
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The SI deals with measurements, not spelling. It goes with what aldheim was saying above. That's why it was relevant.
User avatar #195 to #192 - Shramin
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ah I see, then I guess its just the US continued stubbornness, like not switching to metric.
User avatar #200 to #195 - keiishiyama
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In the sciences, we should definitely conform, but our entire infrastructure is based around our system. It'd be far too much work to change everything to metric standards.
User avatar #18 to #12 - strelokkk
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Thanks for the information, I could have been the guy you answered to...
User avatar #89 to #18 - Shramin
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I'm not sure what you mean but you're welcome.
User avatar #190 to #89 - strelokkk
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I mean, I could have corrected OP because I always thought it was "aluminium" and only "aluminium", and I would have drowned in the sea of red thumbs
User avatar #194 to #190 - Shramin
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Ah well, I used to do that kind of stuff, now when I see something like that I will look it up first, just to make sure.
#73 - theguyrightbehindu
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in soviet China, plastic is best metal
User avatar #55 - mrhazzy
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I'm in the UK... So It's Aluminium
User avatar #97 to #55 - keiishiyama
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Well you're so special. Live and let live.
User avatar #57 to #55 - thechosentroll
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I'm in a place that isn't the US.... So, it's Aluminium.
User avatar #77 to #57 - blacklightsun
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I'm from Mexico and we call it Aluminio, no Aluminium nor Aluminum...
your point is invalid!
User avatar #78 to #77 - thechosentroll
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Technically it's called Aluminii in my country, so I know my point is invalid. I just overlooked it for the same of the joke that we now ruined.
User avatar #69 to #57 - wheresthefudge
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I'm in a place which realizes that the people who were in charge of naming it named it "aluminum" and then later people decided that they were going to be dumb instead and call it "aluminium" to try to mirror the rest of the elements' names, so I call it "aluminum".
#177 to #69 - jeppetp
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Aluminium is the true name for it.. Aluminum is just the american "short" version.
User avatar #181 to #177 - wheresthefudge
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The guy who first isolated it originally called it alumina. Later he changed it to aluminum. About a decade later it was called "aluminium" because people wanted to fit it better to the other element naming conventions. But it's still aluminum.
chemistry.about.com/b/2013/05/10/aluminum-or-aluminium.htm
There's a source if you're curious.
#182 to #181 - jeppetp
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Fair enough.. I stand corrected.
User avatar #183 to #182 - wheresthefudge
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Well, that was easier than I anticipated. Thank your for your reasonableness.
#40 - ohaibrooooh
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***** please.
#153 to #40 - swagbot
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Bro Do You even LFTR?

www.youtube.com/watch?v=uK367T7h6ZY
User avatar #56 to #40 - thechosentroll
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I wonder if there's an element called Lokium.
#27 - captainwow
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******* aluminum peasants.