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#22 - They'll cost about 424 USD in my country, not even joking (1 U…  [+] (1 reply) 09/16/2016 on New concept +9
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#28 - jakefenris (09/16/2016) [-]
Why do they look like Wall-e and Eva's very angry child?
#31 - Well ****, good knowing you guys ;-;  [+] (2 replies) 08/14/2016 on Please Don't... +7
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#56 - dracory (08/14/2016) [-]
there is another under italy as well if one goes off most likely the other will as well according to some scientist
#32 - dustykeyboard (08/14/2016) [-]
Hope you chose a good religion with a comfortable afterlife.
#28 - Context? I live in HUEland and memes are my only source of int…  [+] (15 replies) 08/14/2016 on Please Don't... +11
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#33 - Namezone (08/14/2016) [-]
this is implying that the dieoff is due to conditions leading to a volcanic eruption, which is totally possible. CO2 leakage from undergound vents, sulphur getting into the water, and so on could all indicate Yellowstone is going to blow soon.

Yellowstone is one of the largest volcanoes on the planet, and was supposed to blow, based on geological patterns, a couple thousand years ago. If humans don't build new shit fast to intervene, it will explode in one of the most powerful events in known history. The volcano Krakatoa exploded in the late 18th century and caused a small ice age due to its dust, and could be heard half way around the world from where it blew. Yellowstone could be far more powerful an explosion than that. When it blows (since it will unless humans can somehow intervene) it will kill everything inside the inner two rings inside a day. Air travel will be impossible for weeks even to the yellow areas. It will be literally an apocalyptic event.

so yeah there's context, you guys in Brazil might even hear the explosion. I'm on the east coast of USA so i'll probly survive a few months if it happens tomorrow
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#156 - hamshef (08/15/2016) [-]
"Unless humans can intervene" unfortunately there is absolutely nothing we can do, especially considering how large and powerful this volano is. The most we can do is hope that we aren't alive when it finally blows
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#157 - Namezone (08/15/2016) [-]
well yeah modern humans can't. I'd assume that in one, maybe two hundred years if it hasn't blown we can stop it through some fairly intensive but completely merited action.
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#80 - thesavagebreast (08/14/2016) [-]
Would there be a giant crater where it used to be?
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#81 - Namezone (08/14/2016) [-]
Yes. In fact yellowstone national park is a "crater" of a sort, because of the last time it blew up.
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#30 - dustykeyboard (08/14/2016) [-]
Yellowstone national park is actually a super volcanoe. Regular volcano = airplanes nearby no good fly. Super volcano = Life on planet no good live
#57 - anon (08/14/2016) [-]
lol no
if yellowstone erupts it will almost certainly not threaten all life on the planet large earthquakes and hydrothermal blasts in the areas where tourists roam will be a huge problem as well as short-term destruction of midwest agriculture, and the rivers and streams would be clogged by gray shit

things will be very bad for a long time in the united states, but it is not an extinction event
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#59 - dustykeyboard (08/14/2016) [-]
You forget all the ash, smoke and debris that will get kicked up in the atmosphere. This cloud of shit will eventually cover the entire atmosphere which in turn will lead to lowered median temperature of the earth and prevent plants from getting enough sunlight.
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#107 - enkmaster (08/15/2016) [-]
Exactly, this is how we cure global warming.

All part of Al Gore's plan.
#128 - middleeastexplain (08/15/2016) [-]
#76 - scruffyguy (08/14/2016) [-]
Yeah but, you do realize that this volcano has erupted many times in the past right?
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#78 - dustykeyboard (08/14/2016) [-]
Depends on which eruptions you are talking about. Small eruptions or supereruptions? The supereruptions aren't going to kill all life on earth but it's going to do a fair amount of damage to alot of species.
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#31 - Mastermaster (08/14/2016) [-]
Well fuck, good knowing you guys ;-;
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#56 - dracory (08/14/2016) [-]
there is another under italy as well if one goes off most likely the other will as well according to some scientist
#32 - dustykeyboard (08/14/2016) [-]
Hope you chose a good religion with a comfortable afterlife.
#109 - There's actually a genus of trees that's called "Dragon T…  [+] (1 reply) 08/02/2016 on Remember kids! 0
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#123 - alicorn (08/03/2016) [-]
Try Dracaena Fragrans
#5 - **Mastermaster used "*roll picture*"** **Mastermaster rolle…  [+] (1 reply) 07/31/2016 on Demon Mother-in-Law +9
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#11 - Einsty (07/31/2016) [-]
#7 - Non american/first worlder here What's GPA and SAT?  [+] (18 replies) 05/31/2016 on Bitch, HOW?! +4
#8 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
GPA is grade point average. Its a sum of of all your grade divided by how many you have. Im not sure exactly but i think A is 5 B is 4... etc.
SAT is a college entrance exam. It has multiple parts out of a certain number that i cant remember anymore but all of them added up gives you a score that colleges use to decide if youre getting in or not. Average is like 500 per section though and 3 secrions when i took it 3 years ago.
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#10 - ayesgtorsumthing (05/31/2016) [-]
your kinda off but
Gpa = grade point average, 4 is A 3 is B 2 is C and less is failed. scores higher than 4 means some kind of advanced point like AP classes so taking harder stuff does reward you.
Sat is a 3 part college entrance exam 3 parts each 800 points.
Math, writing and reading.
ACT is another popular entrance exam as it is more math/science heavy, since it adds a science section.
Act is on a 36 point scale I believe, with 4 section
Reading Writing Math Science
#35 - trickytrickster (05/31/2016) [-]
Close but ACT is Reading, English, Science, and Math, on a 36 point scale with a separate Writing section that used to be on a 1-6 scale but is now also on a 1-36 scale. It's widely given a glancing look and doesn't really matter unless you totally blew it.

Average in the US is a 21. Lots of people judge what private school to send their kids based on their average ACT score. Like my school's average is a 28.4 so everyone wanted to go there.
#11 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
Yeah i did all that 3 yeara ago so im a little off. I did have a couple 5s in highschool (college credit courses) so thats probably it.
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#13 - logasmical (05/31/2016) [-]
the problem is america doesn't have a Federal education system, it has a state one. both of you guys may be right in your states, and i know its different in mine.
#14 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
I think youre right. Indiana is fucked up acedemically anyway and i only had 1 cumulative gpa. I had one for each semester though which combined to form the cumulative.
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#16 - logasmical (05/31/2016) [-]
kansas has a FUCKED up education system.

our system is so fucked up that teachers are taking their summer payments in bulk this summer because there's a good chance that they're shutting down the public school system because the state gov. is fighting on budget problems.

they're also fighting to take away AP testing and librarians (my hs of >1600 had to lay off its only librarians)

the kansas economy is doing worse than every state around, and our gov. reduced taxes on business to promote economic growth, but taxes showed up around $200 dollars shorter than needed.

state education systems are fucked
#32 - trickytrickster (05/31/2016) [-]
Can't be worse than Illinois. We're 7 billion in the hole, and we have all these unpaid pensions. The Chicago Teacher's Union is a big part of the problem. They get an 18% pension after 25 years, of which they pay 2% and the state pays 16%. The state wanted them to pay their fair share and they decided to protest.
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#37 - logasmical (06/01/2016) [-]
i really dont know how the utter dismay of our education system isn't a top priority. states across the board are getting fucked.
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#36 - logasmical (06/01/2016) [-]
our state takes from the pensions to plug up budget holes
#18 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
I was unaware of kansas' issues. Who the fuck takes away librarians??? Fuck. Sorry to hear that, you still in there mate or have you escaped/ graduated?
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#19 - logasmical (05/31/2016) [-]
I just finished my junior year. The only worry right now is them fucking up my senior year.
#20 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
Good luck, dude.
#21 - logasmical (05/31/2016) [-]
I appreciate it, and i would appreciate a longer break, anyway.

Good luck to you, too, bro. For whatever you're doing.
#22 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
#12 - cptantilles (05/31/2016) [-]
You had a weighted GPA which weights classes of different difficulties differently a true GPA doesnt do that and has a max of 4 and you shouldve had an unweighted gpa alongside the weighted one.
#15 - iamthebestever (05/31/2016) [-]
Nope. Just one.

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