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Age: 19
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Date Signed Up:9/19/2012
Last Login:4/18/2015
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#12 - Picture 02/22/2015 on Damn ;) +3
#31 - I think some of these are more forced than the danish flag <.< 02/21/2015 on Flags 0
#18 - Picture 02/21/2015 on Juicy Ass 0
#16 - Picture  [+] (3 new replies) 02/21/2015 on Dankey Kang +79
User avatar #34 - trogdorrules (02/21/2015) [-]
Who is Donkey-Ass Kong?
User avatar #30 - malacrianza (02/21/2015) [-]
WHAT THE FUCK IS A SONIC!!???
User avatar #43 - vonspyder (02/21/2015) [-]
HOW DO I GOT FAST!?!?!?!
#21 - You ************ 02/19/2015 on Anime vs Reality +1
#4170 - The correct unit of current is indeed amps, yes. (Or ampere de…  [+] (3 new replies) 02/18/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #4171 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
Either way, It'd be nice if "scientific" movies actually did research on what they are trying to do rather than just pull shit out of their ass like they always do
#4211 - anonymous (02/23/2015) [-]
lol, you didn't catch 'the neutrinos have mutated' from 2014, have you?
User avatar #4212 - tarfyki (02/23/2015) [-]
was it a movie or event? Either way, no i didn't
#4167 - My biggest problem is that they use the measurement of joule w…  [+] (5 new replies) 02/18/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #4168 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
yeah, i didn't think they used joules for that. Don't they use amps? Like ranging from 50-350 increasing each time or something like that?
User avatar #4170 - huchkizz (02/18/2015) [-]
The correct unit of current is indeed amps, yes. (Or ampere depending on where you're from)

What I've read, current isn't even the factor that matters.
Standard defibrillators deliver a shock of ~1000 volts. It says nothing about the current.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defibrillation
User avatar #4171 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
Either way, It'd be nice if "scientific" movies actually did research on what they are trying to do rather than just pull shit out of their ass like they always do
#4211 - anonymous (02/23/2015) [-]
lol, you didn't catch 'the neutrinos have mutated' from 2014, have you?
User avatar #4212 - tarfyki (02/23/2015) [-]
was it a movie or event? Either way, no i didn't
#4165 - No, it's from I, Frankenstein from last year. Apparen…  [+] (8 new replies) 02/18/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #4174 - nimba (02/19/2015) [-]
Frankenstein never used electricity to reanimate shit, it's a misconception of a reference to a spark of ingenuity.
User avatar #4166 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
well, i don't really know much about restarting human hearts, and i have never seen that movie or even know what its about so i'm not really any help in this situation
User avatar #4167 - huchkizz (02/18/2015) [-]
My biggest problem is that they use the measurement of joule when speaking of current.
That, and you need a fuckton of joule to really do anything atall.
User avatar #4168 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
yeah, i didn't think they used joules for that. Don't they use amps? Like ranging from 50-350 increasing each time or something like that?
User avatar #4170 - huchkizz (02/18/2015) [-]
The correct unit of current is indeed amps, yes. (Or ampere depending on where you're from)

What I've read, current isn't even the factor that matters.
Standard defibrillators deliver a shock of ~1000 volts. It says nothing about the current.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defibrillation
User avatar #4171 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
Either way, It'd be nice if "scientific" movies actually did research on what they are trying to do rather than just pull shit out of their ass like they always do
#4211 - anonymous (02/23/2015) [-]
lol, you didn't catch 'the neutrinos have mutated' from 2014, have you?
User avatar #4212 - tarfyki (02/23/2015) [-]
was it a movie or event? Either way, no i didn't
#28 - god damn it 02/18/2015 on would you fuck her? +12
#2 - Metric master race  [+] (11 new replies) 02/18/2015 on Metric system +44
#20 - anonymous (02/18/2015) [-]
The Month/Day/Year thing actually makes sense because there are 12 months, 31 possible days, and unlimited possible years. They're in numeric order.

Also Imperial units are easy to understand for the average person (measuring in mL rather than rough fluid ounces is ridiculous when doing simple things like cooking), while Metric units are easier to use in calculations. Scientists don't use imperial units when doing calculations in the US.

Also Farenheit is easier to use when judging the severity of a fever, or when judging ambient temperature.

The Imperial system was built to be easy to use for your average person who doesn't need to do completely accurate calculations in their every day life. I don't understand how people get so butthurt about Imperial units.
User avatar #51 - izdubar (02/18/2015) [-]
That 'numeric order' stuff is shit, when you're giving measurements you put the units in seguitir based on the size of the unit. Like you do that in freedomland too - let's say some shit measures 1 mile, 26 feet and 4 inches. Why would you swap the units around just for the sake of their individual scale? That's just dumb.

Metric units are easy to understand in America cuz you simply learn them first, there's nothing more to it. In my country, people go to a supermarket to buy 'five decagrams of ham' and they don't need to be fucking geniuses in order to do that.

#56 - anonymous (02/18/2015) [-]
A foot is a measure of somebody's foot. It's easy to visualize. A mile is just a really long distance, roughly 1000 steps. It's easy to visualize. A cup is the amount of water you can fit in cupped hands. It's easy to visualize. It's more difficult to visualize a meter, liter, or gram because they are based off of discrete values that we are not capable of observing with the naked eye.

Using imperial measurements to solve discrete problems that require pinpoint accuracy is retarded, but that doesn't mean imperial measurements are useless. Deal with it.
#59 - izdubar (02/19/2015) [-]
First off, foot is NOT measure of somebody's foot. A grown man size of feet is on average around 26-27 cm, while the imperial unit of 'foot' is 30,5 centimetres. While that might not seem like much of a difference, if the average shoe size was the imperial 'foot', most people would be like size 14,5 in the US shoe size (49 in the ubermensch european sysstem).

How the fuck are you going to appropriate a 'really long distance'? As far as I can tell, a kilometer is a 'really long distance' as well. Also, the typical number of steps in a mile is (as I have just researched in two second using google and a fucking brain) between.2000 and 2500 steps so I'm just going to call you out on more bullshit there.

Seriously, there's probably no point in discussing this but the arguments you give are utter and complete bullshit. If I go to a pub and order a half-a-litre beer, my head is not going to fucking explode because I can't visualise common fractions. Same goes if I order a 2 dcl wine. I can fucking visualize these measurements because I deal with them in an every day life, and if I need, I can convert them to larger or smaller units just by dividing by a thousands (or hundred, if deci- is the more accurately approximate unit).

So yeah, thanks for thumbing me down you fucknut. Stay anon.
User avatar #43 - zaywoot (02/18/2015) [-]
Well another issue with impirial units is that they differ from country to country, metric system doesn't
User avatar #34 - Einsty (02/18/2015) [-]
As for being easy to imagine, it's the same in both systems. As long as you're used to it, it just comes to you. I for one have no idea how big a rough fluid ounce is.

Also, imperial system units are defined by their relation to metric units that are in turn defined by the physical constants that won't change untill the laws of nature do. So there's that.

I wish we could all use ISO standards for everything, like date. YYYY-MM-DD makes more sense than any other, especially if followed by time "T"hh:mm:ss+timezone.
You go from largest humanely relevant timeframe to smaller ones. Especially handy when organizing files etc.
#55 - anonymous (02/18/2015) [-]
Take two spoonfuls of something. That's a fluid ounce.

It's easier and more practical than saying 30 mL when dealing with every day measurements.

And imperial units aren't defined by metric units. There's a conversion factor in the modern day for practicality, but imperial units were designed before the metric system even existed. A foot is called a foot because it's a measure of somebody's foot. Something that's so easy to visualize a 5 year old can understand it. It was never a discrete measure of distance until it was defined as such, but the imperial system is scarcely used for discrete measurements.

Most people say "about a foot" or "about a mile" or "about a cup" etc. They're not dealing with discrete numbers, they're dealing with perceived amount, and imperial units are much easier to deal with, whether that be because of tradition or some other reason.
User avatar #61 - Einsty (02/19/2015) [-]
30ml is a nice ammount, and teaspoons vary in volume.

Metric system was redefined over and over, the transitions from physical etalons is pretty recent.

A person's foot can have anything between 20 and 50 cm, I can't see how that's accurate in any way besides hiting the broad side of the barn.
User avatar #23 - syltphademus (02/18/2015) [-]
Because Eurofags have to feel superior about everything, even though it's perfectly fine for there to be two valid forms of measurement.
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#4 - anonymous (02/18/2015) [-]
#4162 - This movie is really pissing me off  [+] (10 new replies) 02/18/2015 on /science/ board 0
User avatar #4163 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
is that that time travel movie?
User avatar #4165 - huchkizz (02/18/2015) [-]
No, it's from I, Frankenstein from last year.

Apparently it only takes "15.000 joules of current" to resurrect a couple of dozen people.
User avatar #4174 - nimba (02/19/2015) [-]
Frankenstein never used electricity to reanimate shit, it's a misconception of a reference to a spark of ingenuity.
User avatar #4166 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
well, i don't really know much about restarting human hearts, and i have never seen that movie or even know what its about so i'm not really any help in this situation
User avatar #4167 - huchkizz (02/18/2015) [-]
My biggest problem is that they use the measurement of joule when speaking of current.
That, and you need a fuckton of joule to really do anything atall.
User avatar #4168 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
yeah, i didn't think they used joules for that. Don't they use amps? Like ranging from 50-350 increasing each time or something like that?
User avatar #4170 - huchkizz (02/18/2015) [-]
The correct unit of current is indeed amps, yes. (Or ampere depending on where you're from)

What I've read, current isn't even the factor that matters.
Standard defibrillators deliver a shock of ~1000 volts. It says nothing about the current.
Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Defibrillation
User avatar #4171 - tarfyki (02/18/2015) [-]
Either way, It'd be nice if "scientific" movies actually did research on what they are trying to do rather than just pull shit out of their ass like they always do
#4211 - anonymous (02/23/2015) [-]
lol, you didn't catch 'the neutrinos have mutated' from 2014, have you?
User avatar #4212 - tarfyki (02/23/2015) [-]
was it a movie or event? Either way, no i didn't
#6 - Let me tell you a story 02/18/2015 on pictures of two unusual... +1
#43 - whelp 02/18/2015 on Dat ass 0
#49 - **** yea Dave Grohl  [+] (2 new replies) 02/18/2015 on When checking thumbs +7
#109 - Marker (02/18/2015) [-]
I had to look up this one, I did not realize Grohl played Satan.
#118 - anonymous (02/18/2015) [-]
Also drummed on all of the tenacious D albums
#29 - How on earth would you manage to drive a motorcycle? …  [+] (1 new reply) 02/17/2015 on Man up +1
#30 - mcburd (02/17/2015) [-]
Im at least 8 inches last time I checked...
#24 - So very true 02/17/2015 on A new battleground 0
#32 - I once wanted to roll a facepalm cause my friend, an ogre, was… 02/17/2015 on Natural 20/1s stories +5
#18 - Nah, dude it's fine. Look, it says there's nothing wrong. 02/17/2015 on Map of the internet 0
#141 - Can't wait for the new game  [+] (4 new replies) 02/17/2015 on Reasons you die in games +10
#204 - DremoraValkynaz (02/17/2015) [-]
User avatar #234 - hazardpay (02/17/2015) [-]
actually in this gif in particular, his foot gets pegged, its still bullshit though
#237 - DremoraValkynaz (02/17/2015) [-]
Aye, some serious bullshitology.
#229 - newdevyx (02/17/2015) [-]
Muthafuckin' pursuer.
#3 - Dave Grohl is the ******* man 02/16/2015 on Dave Grohl +5
#8 - I fail to see how that's a positive thing  [+] (19 new replies) 02/16/2015 on Interesting Facts +6
User avatar #408 - magicexplain (02/17/2015) [-]
It is a cultural thing. Americans fought Britain to relieve itself from the tyranny of Britain. Our pledge of allegiance state "one nation under God." meaning the USA is only under the rule of God (whether he exists or not is a different argument) By lowering a flag its as if you are kneeling before the very person you fought to preserve yourself as a nation from. Not saying it is right just saying it is
#528 - anonymous (02/17/2015) [-]
Every other country also fought against their oppressors. Many of them lost and were overtaken by them. The UK, for instance, was conquered by the Roman empire, but they still can show some basic fuckin' manner towards their would-be-tyrannical overlords of wars from hundreds of years ago. Hell, countries that are CURRENTLY AT WAR still tip their flags because they know that they're all human beings. 'One nation under god' doesn't let you behave as if you're gods.
#590 - magicexplain (02/17/2015) [-]
Here let me make it easier for you to understand what I am saying...
Symbolism of flag tipping USA = sign of weakness, belittling a symbol that many died to protect
Symbolism of flag tipping OTHER COUNTRIES = Display of gratitude of respect
... I did not say this was right or wrong because it is a cultural norm.
You saying it is wrong for a culture to think that way is the same empirical attitude that starts wars. One culture thinks one way and another thinks another way and placing an inherent good on menial displays of symbolism is a sign of bigotry.
User avatar #687 - dangler (02/17/2015) [-]
Where did the pencil go?

magicexplain help
#49 - themanhodge (02/16/2015) [-]
Revolutionary war ring a bell?
#94 - septicexplain (02/16/2015) [-]
what does this symbol represent/mean i saw it in special ops the line and liked it but i have no idea what it is
User avatar #171 - themanhodge (02/17/2015) [-]
Supposed to represent the US foreign policy. take that as you will
User avatar #62 - thisistheguy (02/16/2015) [-]
Giving the Statue of Liberty an AK 47? That's like giving Karl Marx a big sack of cash for himself
#46 - anonymous (02/16/2015) [-]
>Start a war to free your nation of monarchs
>Slim chance of victory until foreign powers enter the war after two years
>Will be hanged if captured or defeated
>Finally win after eight long years of bitter winters, lack of numbers, and scant supplies
>People think you're an asshole for not doing a ceremony the same way as everyone else
#552 - anonymous (02/17/2015) [-]
not to mention the country was still new when England sttacked again in 1812.
#115 - anonymous (02/16/2015) [-]
so usa is special and above all for that 8 years, what do you think how long did other countries fought for their lands?
#383 - anonymous (02/17/2015) [-]
There is a reason that the term "American Exceptionalism" exists, so yes. We willingly sacrifice our own well-being to be the world's police force, providing defense and aid for about two-thirds of the global population, and asking only for somewhat favorable trade agreements and that other governments play nice in the sandbox in return. This is the main reason our public education system sucks by First World standards and our healthcare system is so damned expensive: we defend those who either can't or won't make the sacrifices necessary to keep their people safe, no matter how ungrateful or undeserving those people may be.
#506 - anonymous (02/17/2015) [-]
The whole world police thing is why everyone else considers US dicks. Don't be dicks.
User avatar #397 - kingrui (02/17/2015) [-]
Do you actually believe this?
#488 - anonymous (02/17/2015) [-]
If only it were the truth. It would make all these expansions of executive power seem less frightening
User avatar #182 - wrpen (02/17/2015) [-]
I understand what you're saying.

I'm not gonna respond to it because you put it in literally the most retarded structure that a sentence could be in, and giving away the riddle would be in bad sport, but I understand what you're saying.
#93 - septicexplain (02/16/2015) [-]
that was an excellent explanation anon
#22 - anonymous (02/16/2015) [-]
Being disrespectful and arrogant is part of the job, and lets not forget the self righteousness while were at it
#30 - anonymous (02/16/2015) [-]
You need more support, fellow anon. Dip the fucking flag you pieces of arrogant shit. This has bothered me since forever....
#177 - plus, it's not that cold outside in Denmark right now <.<  [+] (1 new reply) 02/16/2015 on How are you guys surviving... +1
#181 - johnas (02/16/2015) [-]
It's been a very good winter
#7 - Can't ******* wait 02/16/2015 on new erma- the movie trailer 0
#15 - Bastard 02/16/2015 on Anon gets lucky +1
#78 - Picture 02/16/2015 on living in New England right... +6

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