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#98 - No you misunderstood. The moment you use a method which allows… 07/27/2016 on Electricity finding the... 0
#55 - Absence of matter. Meaning absence of long-lived particles. Th… 07/27/2016 on Electricity finding the... +4
#44 - kek except vacuum isn't really nothing  [+] (2 new replies) 07/27/2016 on Electricity finding the... -4
#50 - darkfizz (07/27/2016) [-]
A vacuum is the absence of everything, so yes, it is really nothing.
#55 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
Absence of matter. Meaning absence of long-lived particles. This does not take into account absence of virtual particles and interacting fields. "Nothing" would imply it has absolutely no physical relevance, which is wrong.
#35 - Alright, we both have completely different intuitions to think…  [+] (2 new replies) 07/27/2016 on Electricity finding the... +2
#73 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
I think we could have summed this up with...yes an arc can be sent across a vacuum...but as soon as you do it, it is no longer a vacuum therefore you aren't sending it across a vacuum.
#98 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
No you misunderstood. The moment you use a method which allows the creation of arks, regardless of whether or not they are created, violates the vacuum.
#33 - Those are misleading names. The vacuum tubes and CRT's are not…  [+] (4 new replies) 07/27/2016 on Electricity finding the... +5
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#34 - thenez (07/27/2016) [-]
Are we saying that electricity cannot arc through a perfect vacuum even through high voltage?
#35 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
Alright, we both have completely different intuitions to think about the problem.

Right off the bat, from how I understand your take on this: yes you can have an ark, considering the method I believe you are thinking of.

I also think we have a common ground: we think about insulators as materials, which do not conduct electricity, no matter how high the voltage you apply.

The way we differ in our take is that you probably think about one specific way to apply voltage to a system, which is the only form of "voltage" source most people are familiar with: Introduce charged materials into the system, e.g. wires or electrodes. However introducing these kinds of electrical sources to the inherently destroys the vacuum.

Voltage, in it's purest form, is simply a difference of the electrical potential you apply to a system. There are methods to accomplish that without destroying the vacuum. Using a method (the common methods used in everyday electronics) which is able to create an arc inherently destroys the vacuum in the first place.
#73 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
I think we could have summed this up with...yes an arc can be sent across a vacuum...but as soon as you do it, it is no longer a vacuum therefore you aren't sending it across a vacuum.
#98 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
No you misunderstood. The moment you use a method which allows the creation of arks, regardless of whether or not they are created, violates the vacuum.
#22 - actually, he is. He assumes there are no absolute insulators, …  [+] (21 new replies) 07/27/2016 on Electricity finding the... -7
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#64 - Millybays (07/27/2016) [-]
Electricity can actually pass through a vacuum, it'll create a stream of charged particles but won't be visible because there is no atoms for it to ionize.
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#42 - produktr (07/27/2016) [-]
Vacuum *is* nothing (no air, not anything).
So *nothing* can completely stop electricity
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#91 - cognosceteipsum (07/27/2016) [-]
Vacuum isn't empty though
#67 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
Wrong electrical gradients exist across vacuums, & they are very handy as they offer no electrical resistance (think back to cathode ray tubes, they are evacuated and serve very well for directing electrons off a cathode across electrical and magnetic gradients in the vacumn over to the anode where electrons transduce their energy to photons kind of the perfect transport medium provided you can the electrons away from the edges (pretty much what particle accelerators are all about)
#51 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
*picture of dude from futurama*

You're correct, the best kind of correct.
#78 - mrpotatofudge (07/27/2016) [-]
Heres some shit i guess

Season 2 Episode 11 : How Hermes requisitioned his groove back

Link to watch said video: kisscartoon.me/Cartoon/Futurama-Season-02/Episode-011-How-Hermes-Requisitioned-His-Groove-Back?id=1288

Youtube and pic
the meme version isnt from the exact clip surprisingly
Technically Correct  Futurama
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#72 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
no, that image is of is the guy from the bearocrat's office. It's the episode where Hermes gets replaced by an uptight woman who has a thing for Fry
#44 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
kek except vacuum isn't really nothing
#50 - darkfizz (07/27/2016) [-]
A vacuum is the absence of everything, so yes, it is really nothing.
#55 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
Absence of matter. Meaning absence of long-lived particles. This does not take into account absence of virtual particles and interacting fields. "Nothing" would imply it has absolutely no physical relevance, which is wrong.
#37 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
only it's impossible to reach an absolute vacuum.
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#41 - geofalke (07/27/2016) [-]
*currently* impossible.

just because we don't have it now, and have no idea of when we might be able to, doesn't mean we should stop trying.
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#59 - mrlosthaze (07/27/2016) [-]
the reason why a total vacuum is impossible is because there is nothing you could contain it in that wouldn't leach molecules into it through radioactive decay. the closest you could get would be at the center of a very large explosion where all atoms and molecules were temporarily blown away, but that would only last for a super short time.
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#29 - thenez (07/27/2016) [-]
So I guess vacuum tubes and CRTs aren't a thing?
#33 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
Those are misleading names. The vacuum tubes and CRT's are not vacuum, they contain long=lived electrons (e.g. the electron cloud around the emitter of the CRT) which can therefore conduct electrity. Again, real vacuum is a no brainer, since it does not contain long-lived sub-atomic particles and can therefore not conduct electricity.
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#34 - thenez (07/27/2016) [-]
Are we saying that electricity cannot arc through a perfect vacuum even through high voltage?
#35 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
Alright, we both have completely different intuitions to think about the problem.

Right off the bat, from how I understand your take on this: yes you can have an ark, considering the method I believe you are thinking of.

I also think we have a common ground: we think about insulators as materials, which do not conduct electricity, no matter how high the voltage you apply.

The way we differ in our take is that you probably think about one specific way to apply voltage to a system, which is the only form of "voltage" source most people are familiar with: Introduce charged materials into the system, e.g. wires or electrodes. However introducing these kinds of electrical sources to the inherently destroys the vacuum.

Voltage, in it's purest form, is simply a difference of the electrical potential you apply to a system. There are methods to accomplish that without destroying the vacuum. Using a method (the common methods used in everyday electronics) which is able to create an arc inherently destroys the vacuum in the first place.
#73 - anon (07/27/2016) [-]
I think we could have summed this up with...yes an arc can be sent across a vacuum...but as soon as you do it, it is no longer a vacuum therefore you aren't sending it across a vacuum.
#98 - karlossacramento (07/27/2016) [-]
No you misunderstood. The moment you use a method which allows the creation of arks, regardless of whether or not they are created, violates the vacuum.
#39 - Are you finnish? 07/23/2016 on Siblings +11
#10 - Friendly reminder to always brush your teeth 07/20/2016 on British people 0
#6 - Or starts out with 10 amazing episodes and then turns into wea…  [+] (49 new replies) 07/16/2016 on anime episodes +324
#162 - zeroqp (07/16/2016) [-]
**zeroqp used "*roll picture*"**
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#146 - nightmarexnxnxnxnx (07/16/2016) [-]
It stopped being any good after like three episodes man. The whole first arc is practically MC expanding his harem for Christ's sake.
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#145 - fffffffuuuuuuuuuuu (07/16/2016) [-]
*5
#118 - rezero (07/16/2016) [-]
Typical SAO hating weebs. The 2nd half of the first season was better than the first 10 episodes.
#165 - skullbibble (07/16/2016) [-]
Whatever you say
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#94 - ajrin (07/16/2016) [-]
sao was self-insert trash from the beginning
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#80 - aisukurimu (07/16/2016) [-]
I don't remember anything good from the SAO anime. Please fill me in. LN > Animu
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#107 - empirennn (07/16/2016) [-]
There wasn't anything good.
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#102 - xexion (07/16/2016) [-]
The LN was the source material for the anime. SAO: Progressive however...
#63 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
The moment they introduced that program that started calling Kirito and Asuna "daddy" and "mommy", the show lost any shred of decency it ever had and turned into an unending cringefest.
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#52 - nuclearnacho (07/16/2016) [-]
*two amazing episodes
Well, to be fair, I accept that the first arc was pretty entertaining. I enjoyed it my first time through. But I also have a very hard time disagreeing with the criticism the show gets in general. And there's a lot of it...
#42 - nykis (07/16/2016) [-]
It was always bad but then it got worst
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#69 - yologdog (07/16/2016) [-]
That's a great anime.
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#40 - comexx (07/16/2016) [-]
It had a lot of potential, it got my hopes up, but then he became ridiculously OP and had his own harem.
The thing that pissed me off the most was the ending. They could've had Kirito kill the creator right after he got stabbed, but no. Let's have him do something impossible using willpower that he could've used after he got stabbed, because it takes more willpower to do that after death, yeah!
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#30 - daftiduck (07/16/2016) [-]
It really wasn't that bad...

Yes, the first few were great and it took a nosedive, but it didn't go from great to terrible, it went from good to average.

I still enjoyed it.
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#65 - OneNinja (07/16/2016) [-]
see im with you on this one. I know its taboo to like SAO on the internet but imo. The first 12? eps were great and when they went to fairy world it was just a good shounen-esqe anime. I also enjoyed the second season mainly because I liked "Gun Gale"? online. Also I get shit on a ton for my opinion of absolute dislike for steins-gate. It seems if you dont like steins gate on r/anime, or the anime channel of FJ people just assume you have downs for your opinion.
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#51 - priestoftheoldones (07/16/2016) [-]
It went from above average to bad.
#49 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
ah, you are motherfuck?
#109 - empirennn (07/16/2016) [-]
Overlord was just as bad.
#131 - vontrollington (07/16/2016) [-]
>Overlord
>Bad

I respect your opinion, but your opinion is wrong.
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#132 - empirennn (07/16/2016) [-]
>"Trapped in rpg/alternate reality" plot
>Doesn't go anywhere with it.
>Has roughly 1/3 of the episodes devoted to some fuck nobody cares about and some random npcs that nobody cares about.
>Established that there are absolute psychotics.

So yeah, it's bad.
#137 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
limits of anime mate, the light novel goes far further think anime only covered 3 chapters, and followed them well
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#115 - iamchicken (07/16/2016) [-]
Overlord was at least decent for the most part.

SAO had so incredibly few redeeming factors about it it was saddening.
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#113 - brobyddark (07/16/2016) [-]
Overlord ddn't take the massive drop in quality SAO did. It kept up with my expectations, meanwhile I went into SAO thinking it would be somewhat passable and turned into absolute garbage.
#53 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
#26 - nagafever (07/16/2016) [-]
**nagafever used "*roll picture*"**
**nagafever rolled image**sword art online had one good episode, then the next episode he was suddenly lvl 9999999999999999999999 and had a thousand harem bitches at his command
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#21 - ralingrey (07/16/2016) [-]
SAO was an average anime that got carried by hype.
#17 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
wut, most of the harem shit that made that show awful is still in the first 10 episodes. Id say first 3 maybe
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#7 - thefasrdog (07/16/2016) [-]
"Amazing" is a little strong. Somewhat promising, yes. but no... Not amazing.
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#31 - indalx (07/16/2016) [-]
Name an amazing anime
#161 - soulknitter (07/16/2016) [-]
Cowboy Bebop
#155 - timetravelzero (07/16/2016) [-]
Hellsing Ultimate
#129 - kurbeh (07/16/2016) [-]
That's a weird way to spell One Piece.
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#160 - soulknitter (07/16/2016) [-]
Everytime I see someone recommending One piece I cringe a little.
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#140 - indalx (07/16/2016) [-]
I asked for an amazing anime. Not something for my nephew to watch
#114 - dudelolz (07/16/2016) [-]
Clannad.
#170 - emiyashirou (07/17/2016) [-]
There is no Kappei i.e. best Clannad in the anime, thus the Clannad anime always gets an automatic 0/10 from me. I can't give the anime a realistic stand-alone score since I'm super biased against it because of all the changes they made from the VN. Also Tomoyo is the superior main heroine; that Tomoyo After "My name is Okazaki Tomoyo" scene > anything in Clannad
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#116 - metacobalion (07/16/2016) [-]
Every time you mention it, someone rewatches it.
#164 - dudelolz (07/16/2016) [-]
And the pain never fades.

I feel like watching Clannad early ruined feelsy anime for me. Angel Beats and Your Lie in April did nothing for me. Anohana did still make me bawl my eyes out at the end though. So there's that, I guess. And I can't listen to the OP without tearing up a bit.
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#108 - thecamguy (07/16/2016) [-]
Pokemon is easily the most amazing anime
#139 - typeonegative (07/16/2016) [-]
Pokomon is a shitty anime but a great video game.
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#60 - thefasrdog (07/16/2016) [-]
I mean It's entirely subjective, but Evangelion was pretty fucking amazing.
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#54 - selfdestructo (07/16/2016) [-]
Fooly Cooly.
#41 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
Samurai Champloo
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#36 - greyhoundfd (07/16/2016) [-]
FMA:Brotherhood is the obvious choice. I'd also say Monster, Darker than Black, literally anything by Hayao Miyazaki
#34 - sqman (07/16/2016) [-]
Can I claim my thumbs now?
#33 - drsalty (07/16/2016) [-]
Ttgl.
#35 - zerpderp (07/16/2016) [-]
#16 - anon (07/16/2016) [-]
the first three or so were "amazing" and there were a few good bits here and there but it certainly wasnt the best
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