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|#44 - Picture||04/19/2014 on 3000||+3|
|#26 - fixd [+] (5 new replies)||04/19/2014 on What a Difference a Year Makes||+413|
|#48 - the **** did you do to my face||04/18/2014 on Mini Tailed Beasts||+1|
|#4 - why would they only want one||04/17/2014 on ed edd and eddy logic||0|
|#3 - Picture||04/17/2014 on ed edd and eddy logic||+5|
|#10 - took me awhile to figure out that the second beam wasn't direc…||04/17/2014 on jump goddammit||0|
|#13 - braces are hitler [+] (2 new replies)||04/17/2014 on Tooth legion||0|
|#43 - what 'extensive combat' have the British been in since 1998 [+] (15 new replies)||04/17/2014 on A Tank Fact||-22|
#78 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
In Iraq a number of US tanks were disabled by short-ranged anti-tank fire. The same could not be said of the Challenger II with one tank taking an alleged 100 RPG shots without being disabled.
Also, the most dangerous foes the Challengers have ever had to face are the United States of America, namely the few cases (out of many) of friendly fire from US troops that involved Challenger Tanks. There was a case when a US anti-tank aircraft demolished two UK Scimitar light reconnaissance tanks but was unable to disable the Challenger II.
Also, in the case where the one demolished Challenger II was disabled it was an incident of UK friendly fire in pitch darkness during the Iraq war in 2003 where the offending Challenger tore the turret off the victim tank with a single round. In that single six-day engagement 18 soldiers lost lives to friendly fire, mostly from US troops. Two were killed by the Iraqi forces.
It was quite a disaster all things considered but if nothing else it proved the capabilities of the Challenger II.
The tanks have not been really put through the ringer like you would have seen with tanks during the world wars but the same is true of the US Abrams tank.
#151 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/17/2014) [-]
What's with the picture of the British guy drinking tea in the USA box?
#104 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
The tails are to be able to take the bag out of the tea easily but in all honesty there's no point to them unless you don't have a teaspoon to stir the tea in which case the fuck are you doing, bro?
So you can see the logic, it just doesn't hold up to scrutiny. Also, the fuck happened to pyramid teabags? I remember Johnny Vegas in the Tetlea comercials going on about how good they are but that doesn't seem to be the case since Twinings (the superior company) still uses flat bags. *shrug*
#110 - snowshark (04/17/2014) [-]
They didn't do anything? Then it must have been a passing fad since traditional bags are easier to store and you can get more in each box.
Also, I love how in the UK we have adverts where comedians and stuffed animals praise the mechanics of teabags. I don't even know how we got to this point but it really feels like the UK has no shits left to give.
|#14 - "explosion 10x bigger than Hiroshima" impossible. th…||04/17/2014 on Fun Facts||+5|
|#1 - **** aint no workplace i ever heard of. do they s…||04/17/2014 on literally||+3|
|#83 - Normally when a person goes to sleep, the body paralyzes itsel… [+] (2 new replies)||04/17/2014 on No Escape From That||+3|
|#81 - no||04/17/2014 on No Escape From That||0|
|#39 - as an object gets closer to the actual mass of a black hole (c…||04/17/2014 on Star Collides With Black Hole||0|
|#35 - never actually entered the event horizon. [+] (3 new replies)||04/17/2014 on Star Collides With Black Hole||0|
#39 - okamiterasu (04/17/2014) [-]
as an object gets closer to the actual mass of a black hole (called a singularity) the gravity gets stronger. There's a certain point where the gravity is so strong that even mass-less particles like photons traveling at light speed are unable to escape the gravity field and become trapped. it's what makes black holes black and it represents the point of no return
#38 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/17/2014) [-]
Think of a black hole like a posh house
you can be around the house but untill you enter you'te not in the housse.
the event horizon is like a one way entrance to the said black hole.
the point of no return.
ANON WITH LOVE.
|#34 - Picture||04/17/2014 on Star Collides With Black Hole||+5|
|#13 - computer engineer standoff [+] (1 new reply)||04/16/2014 on Canadian Standoff||0|
|#11 - magnetexplain plz [+] (14 new replies)||04/15/2014 on oldschool trollin'||+37|
#17 - xxxsonic fanxxx (04/16/2014) [-]
Also, this wouldn't actually work because the magnet would exert force on the stick, which would be counter-exerted by the mass of the bus thing. AKA it wouldn't move.
#15 - magnetexplain (04/16/2014) [-]
These days magnets are made artificially in various shapes and sizes depending on their use. One of the most common magnets - the bar magnet - is a long, rectangular bar of uniform cross-section that attracts pieces of ferrous objects. The magnetic compass needle is also commonly used. The compass needle is a tiny magnet which is free to move horizontally on a pivot. One end of the compass needle points in the North direction and the other end points in the South direction.
The end of a freely pivoted magnet will always point in the North-South direction.
The end that points in the North is called the North Pole of the magnet and the end that points South is called the South Pole of the magnet. It has been proven by experiments that like magnetic poles repel each other whereas unlike poles attract each other.
#23 - xcoreyx (04/16/2014) [-]
Just so you know, the word ferrous specifically refers to iron. The Latin word for iron is ferrum, which is why its chemical symbol is Fe. Being ferrous has nothing to do with being magnetic, nor with nickel or cobalt (steel could be called ferrous because it is mostly iron).
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|#1 - just tether your phone. this **** aint rocket science||04/13/2014 on (untitled)||+1|
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