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#137 - **thejosa rolls 67,861** 04/22/2014 on Freeeeeeeeeee 0
#2153 - THERE IS MORE OF US?!  [+] (1 new reply) 03/29/2014 on Cutest Pet Picture Submission 0
User avatar #2156 - josa (03/29/2014) [-]
yup
#1812 - because i just got kitties and this one i like... her name is …  [+] (3 new replies) 03/26/2014 on Cutest Pet Picture Submission +1
User avatar #2073 - josa (03/26/2014) [-]
Thats a cute pet you have
#2153 - thejosa (03/29/2014) [-]
THERE IS MORE OF US?!
User avatar #2156 - josa (03/29/2014) [-]
yup
#16 - hey guys i'm new to LoL and i'm planning to get a char.... who…  [+] (6 new replies) 05/01/2013 on when team doesn't focus 0
User avatar #42 - raigen (05/04/2013) [-]
Heres a list of pros and cons for you
Cho gath: Tanky, has a slow and knock up, and a silence, his autos send spikes out too
Amumu:Tanky, has a stun that pulls him into the enemy, has a stun ult, and area of effect damage for percent of life
Jax: Bruiser, can jump to the opponent, dodge temporarily and usually deals heavy damage mid-late.
User avatar #23 - rosehito (05/02/2013) [-]
Pikachu definitely.
#22 - anonymous (05/02/2013) [-]
Yes
#21 - thebarnacle (05/02/2013) [-]
amumu is the way to go for new players and call them champions sounds cooler
#20 - merrin (05/02/2013) [-]
Pikachu
User avatar #18 - vassia (05/02/2013) [-]
Pick Pikachu
#128 - I love german sheperds... my dog is 12 years old and can barel… 01/19/2013 on This makes me happy 0
#151 - hahahah i do need it, i dont usually come to this website but …  [+] (1 new reply) 10/09/2012 on Aww -7
#192 - alooshka (10/09/2012) [-]
mfw your comments
#137 - let me get this straight you give a shirt to someone who has e…  [+] (3 new replies) 10/09/2012 on Aww -9
#140 - gathin (10/09/2012) [-]
let me get this straight.. you have a computer when there are people who need it for something more than just visiting unproductive websites..? I get that u like funnyjunk but give it to someone who really needs it.
#151 - thejosa (10/09/2012) [-]
hahahah i do need it, i dont usually come to this website but my brother leaves it open everytime i leave it on. go do your hw little kid
#192 - alooshka (10/09/2012) [-]
mfw your comments
#289 - when i said free energy i meant it in the way that no paying, …  [+] (2 new replies) 10/04/2012 on Nikola tesla 0
User avatar #291 - whipptron (10/04/2012) [-]
Must be a freshman. Even is energy was completely unlimited, which it's not, the facilities to harness it would still cost money, the people who make the generators would still need salaries, and the generators themselves would have to be maintained. which costs money.

There is no such thing as free energy. the closest thing to 'free' energy that private citizens can use is solar panels, and that's not free either. A typical solar panel system costs between six and ten thousand dollars, and can only provide your electricity needs during daylight. Now the average household pays about 200 a month for energy. so installing a solar panel system makes very little sense for most people since a solar panel system would take between 30 and 50 MONTHS to pay for itself.

Energy is not free. it will never be free. If it costs even one cent to make, someone has to pay for it.

Good luck with your engineering studies. You'll learn alot about the real world.
#297 - anonymous (10/05/2012) [-]
not a freshman but good luck to you too, and about the world i have learned enough to know where we are heading. Now i would rather pay 1 cent, wouldn't you rather wish to pay 1 cent instead of 10?, even today generators need to be maintained not only from a single place but all over the world. and the facilities we have right now all over the world could probably be enough for the wardenclyffe since most of them are inefficient. Yeah energy is not free and it will never be, but we should get the most out of it to make efficient and reliable.
-thejosa-
#201 - **thejosa rolls 029** 10/03/2012 on Zombie Apocalypse V3 0
#4 - Tesla was a genius you cant understand the capacity his mind h…  [+] (29 new replies) 10/03/2012 on Nikola tesla +106
User avatar #181 - illpooponyouforfun (10/03/2012) [-]
i like you
User avatar #84 - brettyoke (10/03/2012) [-]
USE A MOTHERFUCKING PERIOD! PLEASE!
#71 - jakeattack (10/03/2012) [-]
maybe its for the best something like that wasn't created. if it was funded by JP morgan then when tesla died then Morgan's wealthy family probably would have had control over it. then then they could have found a way for it to be regulated. but this time they would basically be able to have a monopoly on the entire power supply of the world and we would be their slaves
#75 - jakeattack (10/03/2012) [-]
the point is you need to be careful with that kind of power. not that we should stop looking for a solution to the energy crisis we really need one
User avatar #6 - salts (10/03/2012) [-]
if it was that easy to create free electricity it would have been done by now..its slightly more complicated than you're letting on
User avatar #34 - Maroon (10/03/2012) [-]
Really? You think so? You think corporations would let go of the most profitable commodity in existence and make it free and unlimited for everyone?
User avatar #73 - defender (10/03/2012) [-]
So how are we going to pay all the people needed to keep everything working
User avatar #284 - Maroon (10/04/2012) [-]
I know... I never implied it should be free, I just said a company won't give up it's profit margin.
User avatar #285 - defender (10/04/2012) [-]
my bad mis-read your comment
User avatar #31 - toplica (10/03/2012) [-]
What jeffthespider said was spot on, but also youtube free energy or one of the zeitgiest movies or even the alex jones channel and there is proof of small portable free energy machines that the FBI enters labs without warrants destroys all the evidence and machinery and then pays off or intimidates the scientists to keep their mouths shut. If that doesn't work than theres always a convenient car accident or something.
User avatar #133 - salts (10/03/2012) [-]
the closest thing to free energy we have ever come to is cold fusion and for the most part it has turned out to be a lie...fusion on the other hand will provide cheap energy but the startup costs are enormous
User avatar #287 - toplica (10/04/2012) [-]
He had plans on using the rotation of the top soil in relation to layers deep beneath earth's crust as a super conductor which would have been used by the towers to transport essentially free energy to anyone with a copper wire and rod.

Also the raids are real, why would the FBI do it numerous times and take research of people doing experiments on machines that don't exist. The content of those labs are public and yet they have been raided. Also the machines in the zeitgeist documentary use multiple dimensions as a way to transport energy from one dimension to another, if it's not true blame the movie not me, just seems more suspicious than it does crazy
User avatar #131 - salts (10/03/2012) [-]
ha! conspiracies
User avatar #19 - whipptron (10/03/2012) [-]
The four people below me are silly and paranoid. speaking as an engineering student, free energy is not possible by any known means. that tower is not for and cannot generate electricity. it is for the wireless transmission of electricity. Which is, in fact completely possible... buuuuuuuuuuut High voltage power lines and transformer stations do the job much more efficiently.

So yeah, Tesla was a genius, but if you think that 'free energy' would be blocked by companies? you're an idiot. If energy was 'free' companies would still sell it for a price, and make 100% profit. as it is most energy companies make small margins since they have to pay for fuel and transportation of said fuel etc.

source: engineering student and common sense.
#289 - thejosa (10/04/2012) [-]
when i said free energy i meant it in the way that no paying, not free energy as in unlimited amount of energy. If you consider yourself and engineer then do research on some of the subjects it is your responsibility as an engineer student to show why we are engineers. As i have gone through most of Mr. Tesla's experiments as a way to inspire myself into creating a brighter future for generations to come. sadly the wardenclyffe is no more since it was destroyed.
ENGINEER STUDENT<-------- ty
User avatar #291 - whipptron (10/04/2012) [-]
Must be a freshman. Even is energy was completely unlimited, which it's not, the facilities to harness it would still cost money, the people who make the generators would still need salaries, and the generators themselves would have to be maintained. which costs money.

There is no such thing as free energy. the closest thing to 'free' energy that private citizens can use is solar panels, and that's not free either. A typical solar panel system costs between six and ten thousand dollars, and can only provide your electricity needs during daylight. Now the average household pays about 200 a month for energy. so installing a solar panel system makes very little sense for most people since a solar panel system would take between 30 and 50 MONTHS to pay for itself.

Energy is not free. it will never be free. If it costs even one cent to make, someone has to pay for it.

Good luck with your engineering studies. You'll learn alot about the real world.
#297 - anonymous (10/05/2012) [-]
not a freshman but good luck to you too, and about the world i have learned enough to know where we are heading. Now i would rather pay 1 cent, wouldn't you rather wish to pay 1 cent instead of 10?, even today generators need to be maintained not only from a single place but all over the world. and the facilities we have right now all over the world could probably be enough for the wardenclyffe since most of them are inefficient. Yeah energy is not free and it will never be, but we should get the most out of it to make efficient and reliable.
-thejosa-
User avatar #288 - toplica (10/04/2012) [-]
How much do the fuel companies make then?
User avatar #286 - toplica (10/04/2012) [-]
He had plans on using the rotation of the top soil in relation to layers deep beneath earth's crust as a super conductor which would have been used by the towers to transport essentially free energy to anyone with a copper wire and rod.
#145 - hillbillypowpow (10/03/2012) [-]
i don't think he meant free energy in the normal sense of not needing fuel, but literally. meaning people wouldn't have to pay for it
User avatar #225 - whipptron (10/04/2012) [-]
If the energy costs even one cent to make, someone, somewhere, sometime has to pay for it.
#26 - salts (10/03/2012) [-]
you shall see a statement at the beginning of my response it is a flase one i thought you had posted this .....whoops
#25 - salts (10/03/2012) [-]
and you are completely correct in saying the people below you are silly you by far have the most intelligent response to my comment
#24 - salts (10/03/2012) [-]
yesh but you made it sound like it was free im aware that it is in possible to get free energy an im aware of the transfer of electricity through magnet coil thingys, sorry i have no idea what the correct terminology is... you can buy something similar to tesla's machine they charge phones and they are called power mats, and theoretically speaking if and i mean if there was such thing as free energy which there is not (although pulling it from the air waves via antennas is quite amazing if only we could get more then you know .. practically nothing) then while companies would charge for the use of there equipment i could see the customers circumventing the system and buying their own equipment if it suited them , i mean if your electricity needs are very high then investing in said equipment might be worth but the average person would probably never use that much electricity (this is assuming the equipment to generate this electricity is rather expensive) so the average person would probably go to the company with the cheapest free energy and this could start a price war and in the end the electricity would be dirt cheap...now i am no engineering student i am a biology student who knows a little bit about everything...however if my knowledge is here is completely inaccurate please feel free to correct me just you know be nice about it
User avatar #14 - superanonymouspers (10/03/2012) [-]
Greed halts all progress friend.

if you had somehow discovered a way to give out free energy but lacked the funding to do it there would be oil companies and such at your door trying to buy our your product and telling you to keep your mouth shut. They don't want their businesses to go under because someone found a better way to get around.
User avatar #12 - taokami (10/03/2012) [-]
actually, it IS that easy, but as the saying goes, money makes the world go round.
User avatar #9 - novabird (10/03/2012) [-]
actually greedy corporations would happily block people from building such machines simply because they wouldn't be able to profit from it and their energy sources would start to become unused, effectively collapsing the economy until equilibrium was found. i have been trying to design similar machines but so far most only recycle kinetic energy and reuse it by converting it into mechanical energy from a pendulum for rotating a free spooling set of thin solid aluminum wheels with magnets on them with a set of coils in the middle to collect the energy.
User avatar #5 - kerfufflemachtwo (10/03/2012) [-]
Also created fluorescent light bulbs. All because Edison was a complete dick to Tesla.
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