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User avatar #19 - sciencexplain (02/21/2015) [-]
(That document looks like the wrong one.) Unfortunately, I cannot find one. That's where the IUPAC definitions are used. Since nothing in the way of document will say it, all we have to go in is that graphene aerogel is an aerogel, and by the IUPAC definition, its micropores therefore have to be that relative size. I can't find anything more for it, so I guess we'll have to rely on the definition given to us. Which leads me to the main point: Do you agree that, after some explanation, bioexplain was right? Or do you still have a standing point that's yet to be covered?
#20 to #19 - mayoroftownsville (02/21/2015) [-]
I sent the correct link in a different comment, but here it is again: pubs.acs.org/doi/abs/10.1021/cm950407g

I don't see in the IUPAC definition where it mentions >2nm pore size. I also can't find an IUPAC page specifically discussing graphene aerogel. I just want to know where you got the figure from.
User avatar #21 to #20 - sciencexplain (02/21/2015) [-]
It's a journal called "Microporous and Mesoporous Materials". (Simple, right?) You don't need access to the journal though, because in the Elsevier summary, it already states the size, as taken from the journal itself. Here's the webpage:


It seems a tad unreliable, but trust me, the journal itself is very trustworthy, from what I can tell. As an IZA official document, I'd say it is pretty good.
#23 to #21 - mayoroftownsville (02/22/2015) [-]
Sorry, not the same journal, the same publisher.
#22 to #21 - mayoroftownsville (02/22/2015) [-]
I wasn't able to find the claim that IUPAC defines aerogel as having only or mostly micropores on that site. I was able to find a couple of articles about airflow through aerogel by Pamela Norris. Incidentally, they're from the same journal, but I found them through other means. They're a bit more recent, though still somewhat old as the most recent one is from 2001. Nonetheless, if IUPAC has defined aerogel that way, it's recent enough that one should be able to find it online, yet I can't.


User avatar #15 - fudgem (02/08/2015) [-]
yeah, its cool, ****** keeps blocking me. this wasnt even the first time i called him out he always deletes my comments and blocks me, but today he actually responded **** was fun callin him a fag and what not.
#16 to #15 - mayoroftownsville (02/08/2015) [-]
Yep, it's the same story for me.
User avatar #17 to #16 - fudgem (02/08/2015) [-]
you should of called the content fall of arena
#18 to #17 - mayoroftownsville (02/08/2015) [-]
Damn. Now I wish I had run it by you before posting it. Oh well.
User avatar #10 - guruofcancer ONLINE (12/15/2014) [-]
Well I'm not surprised you have some racist cops, americans tend to do that a lot. I'm sorry you and your friend have had such a ****** experience with cops. I know I'm trying to defend an organization I might know less well than you just because I'm a cop but, I really believe that the majority of cops in the US are still doing a good job and you should never take in consideration that the cop is bad before he even talks to you (unless you already know him of course, but even so, I've seen some of my bad colleagues change after they've been shook up a little by their boss)
#11 to #10 - mayoroftownsville (12/15/2014) [-]
I'll take that into consideration, but after my experiences, and my other friend's stories from the academy, I feel like it's better to err on the side of caution. Nonetheless, I don't judge individuals without evidence. I hate the police organization in, at least, my part of America. I won't let that color my perception of individual cops though.
User avatar #12 to #11 - guruofcancer ONLINE (12/15/2014) [-]
I used to bash american police officers actually. Before I ended up speaking to some. My views might are biased because I love my job and I think I do it well. Still, I'm happy you can go further than saying '' **** cops'', and if you were trying to get exactly my kind of reaction, well you succeeded, good job. You can hate cop organizations and even cops themselves, but the only thing I ask is please of the love of god, don't do spit in their face literally and metaphorically before they even speak to you. I'm serious that all the hate we get from people makes our job really more mentally difficult than seeing little kids crushed by cars or teenage girls lynched because their classmates thought she was a slut (Just naming my two last big interventions of yesterday and a week ago). Knowing that people hate you for what you do while you consider what you do right, that's hard.
#13 to #12 - mayoroftownsville (12/15/2014) [-]
Literally lynched? **** man, that's rough.
User avatar #14 to #13 - guruofcancer ONLINE (12/15/2014) [-]
Yep, with the thick rope and everything. It's not cute lynching like we see in movies. When you lynch someone and they die they release their bowels because of the position there's **** everywhere. The smell is ******* horrible, as you can imagine. And right after we finishing cutting the rope and putting the body on the ground for forensics and detectives to examine, we have to continue working and acting with citizens like we usually do, like nothing just happened.
#8 - rollfourexplain (11/30/2014) [-]
**rollfourexplain rolls 2,129**

I'm getting off for the night so to make sure you notice this I'm also posting it here. You posted this link " countercurrentnews.com/2014/08/ferguson-store-owner-says-he-doesnt-believe-thats-mike-brown-on-surveillance-video/ "
And that right there is your proof you're wrong. The text in that article contradicts what is said in the youtube video of channel 2 news. I think that the news you have been reading has been faulty and biased. Let me list the problems.

The article uses old picture of michael brown.

>The site claims the attorney said the shop owners denied it was brown and never called the police, that it was a customer in the store who called 911.
>The video of the attorney only says that it was a customer who called the store and that they are simply doing what is legally required in the police investigation.

No **** only the police are saying it was Michael Brown in the video. The shop owner is right in the middle of this mess he doesn't want to get in more trouble.

The article specifically makes a dig at most other media for being corporate-owned and untrustworthy. Should I compare this to the start of unhealthy love life relationships where the partner says that only they could love someone like you? I really hope this message gets across to you.
#9 to #8 - mayoroftownsville (11/30/2014) [-]
It did, and I accept that the page is not particularly trustworthy or accurate. Nonetheless, read this, keeping in mind that Officer Wilson is in a RUNNING VEHICLE while this occurs, and tell me he had no other option than to use lethal force, even if what he's saying is true.

"I remember having my hands up and I thought to myself, you know, what do I do.

I considered using my mace, however, I wasn't willing to sacrifice my left hand, which is blocking my face to go for it. I couldn't reach around on my right to get it and if I would have gotten it out, the chances of it being effective are slim to none. His hands were in front of his face, it would have blocked the mace from hitting him in the face and if any of that got on me, I know what it does to me and I would have been out of the game. I wear contacts, if that touches any part of my eyes, then I can't see at all.

Like I said, I don't carry a taser, I considered my asp, but to get that out since I kind of sit on it, I usually have to lean for ward and pull myself forward to the steering wheel to get it out. Again, I wasn't willing to let go of the one defense I had against being hit. The whole time, I can't tell you if he was swinging at me or pushing me or what, but there was just stuff going on and I was looking down figuring out what to do.

Also, when I was grabbing my asp, I knew if I did even get it out, I'm not going to be able to expand it inside the car or am I going to be able to make a swing that will be effective in any manner.

Next I considered my flashlight. I keep that on the passenger side of the car. I wasn't going to, again, reach over like this to grab it and then even if I did grab it, would it even be effective. We are so close and confined.

So the only other option I thought I had was my gun."

Notice that he not once considered trying to close the window or drive away. If you live in a city, you know that the first instinct when someone confronts you at your window is to do just that - close the window and drive away. That's why this rings false to me. But even if this is what happened, clearly Wilson had other options, better options, more obvious options, that he never even considered. So he was at the very least an irresponsible moron, whose irresponsibility resulted in Michael Brown's death. At the worst, he's a liar and a murderer.

Here's what I think, and this holds true no matter what version of the story you care to believe: Wilson was alone with two black people, one of whom was much larger than himself. So he was scared, and had no experience in confrontations on the job, had never even pulled his gun in his entire career as a police officer. So he panicked, and he killed a man because he was scared of the big black guy. Did he do it with malice? Maybe, or maybe not, but he certainly didn't need to do it and he was without a doubt mentally distressed during the whole process, which is grounds for a manslaughter indictment. But he gets away, because the nine white people on the Grand Jury (9 also being the number of votes needed to dismiss an indictment) were also scared of the big black guy. This is a miscarriage of justice any way you look at it.
#6 - mayoroftownsville (06/28/2014) [-]
#1 - schmitty (05/26/2014) [-]
#2 to #1 - mayoroftownsville (05/26/2014) [-]
I thoroughly disagree with your stance throughout that entire argument. That's what we have the thumbs for, bucko.
User avatar #3 to #2 - schmitty (05/26/2014) [-]
Doesn't make me wrong or you not a faggot.
#4 to #3 - mayoroftownsville (05/26/2014) [-]
Whatever you say, buddy
Whatever you say, buddy
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