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Date Signed Up:11/23/2011
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#38 - Implying the peasants would be let in.  [+] (2 new replies) 5 hours ago on Rick Grimes should have... +44
User avatar #48 - mrwalkerfour (3 hours ago) [-]
yes...because theyd really manage to keep out thousands upon thousands of desperate and scared people... considering the army would probably say fuck you to the rich tophs, seen as most soldiers are working class and would empathise with the public.
#75 - fynix (1 hour ago) [-]
yeah, they would shoot them, imagine that 1 one person in thousands is infected, thats it, good bye to any chance of survival.
#6 - I hear your friend Spork was kill. May the Force be with y… 03/01/2015 on No +1
#3 - If anyone's wondering why it was page 711 in the British versi…  [+] (10 new replies) 03/01/2015 on Hurry Prtr facts pt. 4 +149
#16 - roguehazzard (03/01/2015) [-]
nearly
#15 - themadcactus (03/01/2015) [-]
I almost fell for it.
#14 - brothergrimm (03/01/2015) [-]
you sneaky little fuck
#11 - neefew (03/01/2015) [-]
You little shit. You got me. You got me. Oh that is so embarrassing.
#10 - kombee (03/01/2015) [-]
Very nice
User avatar #9 - potrsr (03/01/2015) [-]
''Pa! Get the shutgun!'' would change whole story. Imagine Luious in the second book/movie where he wanted to kill Harry would do it by a gun and not with a wand.
User avatar #8 - masonfool (03/01/2015) [-]
I took the bait at first, about 2-3 down I was like..wait a second..there's some powerful niggertry at work here.
#7 - thetarget (03/01/2015) [-]
#5 - jordanish (03/01/2015) [-]
you had me going there you cheeky cunt
User avatar #4 - pikminpoo (03/01/2015) [-]
U cheeky shite you almost got me
#165 - Should kill some time, I suppose. Age: 21. Or is it 2… 02/26/2015 on Tell FJ About Yourself!... 0
#7 - "You're a Harry, Dudley." 02/26/2015 on Tumblr Comp 8: Harry Potter +117
#36 - But that's exactly what I mean - the change is so gradual that… 02/22/2015 on Infinity Explain: Zeno's... 0
#33 - "And what classifies humans as humans is the ability to r…  [+] (2 new replies) 02/22/2015 on Infinity Explain: Zeno's... 0
User avatar #35 - infinityexplain (02/22/2015) [-]
Well yeah. That's the entire point of Evolution.

Evolution goes about many generations. There wasn't a single moment in time where an animal with gills suddenly gave birth to an animal with lungs. It's just constant evolution throughout.

For example, the transition between Homo heidelbergensis and Homo Sapien (us), took about 400 thousand years. Each generation was nearly identical to the previous. But traits were steadily being selected as favorable. And eventually. The entire population of Homo heidelbergensis either died out, or evolved into Homo Sapiens.
User avatar #36 - fogglebeast (02/22/2015) [-]
But that's exactly what I mean - the change is so gradual that the point in which they become 'true humans' just seems arbitrary. As you say, Homo heidelbergensis slowly became Homo Sapien, but the small change that happened from the last generation of the former to the first generation of the latter is the same tiny amount of change that happened the generation before that, also. Who draws the line between species and why?
#7 - It could mean that we travel by 'pixel', if you know what I me…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/22/2015 on Infinity Explain: Zeno's... 0
User avatar #9 - infinityexplain (02/22/2015) [-]
Also. Because of the nature of evolution. A very large amount of our DNA doesn't do anything at all. 98% of our DNA is Noncoding DNA Except recent reports suggest that 20% of the "noncoding DNA" actually just regulates the 2% , it's only there because it's the left overs from all the other species we came from. That's why we're about 50% the same as a Banana
#8 - infinityexplain (02/22/2015) [-]
Not really. I mean, there exists very small things that could be considered "pixels." Electrons and Protons. Even further than that we have strings. But real life space has no concept of "pixels." At least it's not mathematically accurate.
Space acts a lot like a 3 dimensional grid. For reasons I will explain later, the amount of points between "units" is called an "uncountable infinity." Don't worry about it too much. But in the mathematical world, there would never exist a "pixel" like there exists on a computer screen.

And what classifies humans as humans is the ability to reproduce with each other. For example, if we sent humans to Mars (and the laws of natural selection actually applied to us), then that population of Humans will slowly evolve to a different species. The moment that that population can't reproduce with the people on Earth, then it's a totally new species.

I know a lot about Biology as well
No. Being impotent does not make you not human. It's just if the general population can't reproduce with another population.
User avatar #33 - fogglebeast (02/22/2015) [-]
"And what classifies humans as humans is the ability to reproduce with each other." But that can't be the case. Each individual on that paint drawing thing would be able to reproduce with the one on the left and right, making a chain all the way back to the first stage of evolution to the left. 'B' and 'C' would be able to reproduce, but since 'A' is so close to 'B', that would surely be able to reproduce with it, too, but not with 'C'. There can't just be a point in the evolution where such a sudden and dramatic change happens causing the next generation to just become unable to breed with the previous one.
User avatar #35 - infinityexplain (02/22/2015) [-]
Well yeah. That's the entire point of Evolution.

Evolution goes about many generations. There wasn't a single moment in time where an animal with gills suddenly gave birth to an animal with lungs. It's just constant evolution throughout.

For example, the transition between Homo heidelbergensis and Homo Sapien (us), took about 400 thousand years. Each generation was nearly identical to the previous. But traits were steadily being selected as favorable. And eventually. The entire population of Homo heidelbergensis either died out, or evolved into Homo Sapiens.
User avatar #36 - fogglebeast (02/22/2015) [-]
But that's exactly what I mean - the change is so gradual that the point in which they become 'true humans' just seems arbitrary. As you say, Homo heidelbergensis slowly became Homo Sapien, but the small change that happened from the last generation of the former to the first generation of the latter is the same tiny amount of change that happened the generation before that, also. Who draws the line between species and why?
#25 - "Center" 02/17/2015 on PUT THAT TEA DOWN -3
#104 - I believe that wasn't a case of marriage saving the day, but r… 02/12/2015 on Westboro Baptist Feminism +2
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User avatar #3 - soundofwinter ONLINE (06/23/2014) [-]
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#1 - brndlrt (11/05/2013) [-]
lolwtfbbqryan molests little children.
#2 to #1 - anonexplains (11/05/2013) [-]
Yes it's true, i saw him.
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