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#9 - The Indian looked to the left when they were told to look to t…  [+] (1 new reply) 04/06/2016 on 1 in 3 +85
#11 - anon (04/07/2016) [-]
thats exactly what >>#2 said, goodjob
#14 - Anyone got source on that?  [+] (1 new reply) 04/06/2016 on this nigga stole a ship +1
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#19 - ahugefan (04/07/2016) [-]
#15 - Black holes emit radiation through the mechanism known as Hawk… 03/20/2016 on How 2 science +1
#12 - It is called "The Missing Scarf", by "George Ta…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/17/2016 on Webm dump 20 +2
#14 - boaboaboa (03/17/2016) [-]
thanks man!
#4 - There is a few faults in your comment. If we want to …  [+] (8 new replies) 03/07/2016 on Radians explained +1
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#6 - tariv (03/07/2016) [-]
I didn't do this math, the astronomer Phil Plait did. Maybe I'm crazy but I'm going to trust what he says.

Plus, as shown by this post, the "length" of a radian, the amount of circle it represents, is equal to an arc with a length of r. Maybe it's not "good practice" but you can use radians especially since we don't actually have any units as to how far away the sky it. I mean, we use coordinates based on degrees to locate points on the earth, so you can use the coordinates of the two points and find a distance between the points in degrees. That is degrees as a unit of length. Add another point and you can calculate area. Degrees squared, area.
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#30 - whatley (03/07/2016) [-]
No, trust me, you're definitely wrong.
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#32 - tariv (03/07/2016) [-]
what-if.xkcd.com/109/

I trust Phil Plait and I trust Randall Monroe
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#36 - whatley (03/07/2016) [-]
>Citing what-if as your source
Randall Monroe wasn't wanted by NASA, so he makes pseud comics online now. He's a cool guy with very good general knowledge but that doesn't make his thoughts any more valid, he's not a scientist.
I don't know who this Phil Plait guy is but after looking him up he's just another full time blogger who's last serious scientific work was in the mid 90s.

The radian is not a unit of distance, the arclength of a radian is, and yes, the arclength of a radian is the same length as the radius, that's tautological, however that does not mean that a radian is a unit of distance or can be used as such, saying so is totally illogical.

#37 - tariv (03/07/2016) [-]
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#38 - whatley (03/07/2016) [-]
I'd also add if you have a genuine interest in science, following fun science blogs is not a good way to learn. Stuff like that and similar things like the "I fucking love Science" Facebook page have less to do with science than pretty much anything else.
#39 - tariv (03/07/2016) [-]
#28 - anon (03/07/2016) [-]
I have a feeling you massively misunderstood whatever you read or watched to produce that comment. Even if that is what he said, it's still clear that you don't understand it because if you did you would realize how absurdly ridiculously wrong and nonsensical it is.
#114 - No, that set of symbols means "leads to", not "…  [+] (1 new reply) 03/04/2016 on Glorious Revolution, comrade +2
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#150 - subaqueousreach (03/04/2016) [-]
In my program at work when searching for activity dates => is used for setting the program to find dates equal to or greater than the one entered into the search bar.

I'm not at all sure what symbols means what outside basic mathematics.
#54 - If you bother to look at the works of real liberals, like John…  [+] (2 new replies) 03/04/2016 on New Fallout 4 mode +6
#68 - anon (03/04/2016) [-]
liberal means big government, which means the government takes care of you and defends such things for you. Conservative means small government, and allowing you to take care of yourself.
A modern republican has a liberal stance on military, but a conservative stance on economy
A modern democrat has a conservative stance on military, but a liberal stance on economy
Also, between Locke and Thomas Hobbes, Lock was considerably more conservative being that he wanted smaller government because people should be able to be left to their own devices. Hobbes was the liberal who thought nobody could be trusted, and we need big government to help us out with that..
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#67 - muhamidallea (03/04/2016) [-]
He's confusing liberals with progressives IE ill-liberal assholes . Keep up the good work, one correction at a time, we will save classical liberalism.
#44 - I do agree with your point that there is probably no way of kn… 02/17/2016 on Do you believe in God? 0
#84 - Which of these is furthest from '-0.1', not 0.  [+] (3 new replies) 02/12/2016 on Best extra credit questions +1
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#91 - britexplain (02/12/2016) [-]
That can't be right, because then A and E would be correct.
#99 - anon (02/12/2016) [-]
d(-2.60,0)=0
d(2.40,0)= 0
2.6>2.4
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#123 - britexplain (02/12/2016) [-]
Read the comment before me, numbnuts. He said is should be -0.1 which they are both 2.5 away from. Fucking idiot.
#26 - Picture  [+] (3 new replies) 01/14/2016 on nope..no cleavage +3
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#30 - aizeinstein (01/14/2016) [-]
Nigga shut the fuck up and try to enjoy some quality cosplay without fapping.
#79 - anon (01/14/2016) [-]
Bitch shut the fuck up and fap.
#50 - lordsepulchure (01/14/2016) [-]