# I Jus' Noticed

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aaronjer

2005 Mar 21 • 4667
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But only every second. It happens in intervals.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 10:16 PDT
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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Maybe it only happens every Planck second. In fact, some people believe this.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 10:27 PDT
buq25

2008 Jul 5 • 583
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I read like the 5 first words in the longest messages.

You said something about "u" and then a bunch of numbers but isn't 263000000000000000000000(just the 3 first numbers are wrong, there are supposed to be 21 zeroes) "u"s 1 gram?
Today's post brought to you by the letter: "heck".
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 12:48 PDT
sprinkles

2009 Sep 6 • 2547
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melloyellow582 said:
So, we can conclude that while somebody cares, they are incredibly insignificant and pathetic in comparison to everything else. In fact, they are getting more insignificant and pathetic every second.

So we can deduce from this statement, that what you say doesn't matter. Or, at least, we can conclude that what you say is so small in value, and getting smaller every second, that it virtually does not matter.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 12:51 PDT
melloyellow582
The Original Portmanteau

2005 Mar 21 • 12860
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I think it's harder to put a value on facts, or conclusions. Obviously, what I have just stated is possibly true, so to say it doesn't matter in the same context that an opinion or a less developed and meaningful idea might be correct, but would be harder to justify.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 13:17 PDT
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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buq25 said:
You said something about "u" and then a bunch of numbers but isn't 263000000000000000000000(just the 3 first numbers are wrong, there are supposed to be 21 zeroes) "u"s 1 gram?

No, I was trying to write an infinity sign, but I fial. 'u' means micro which is one millionth.

sprinkles said:
melloyellow582 said:
So, we can conclude that while somebody cares, they are incredibly insignificant and pathetic in comparison to everything else. In fact, they are getting more insignificant and pathetic every second.

So we can deduce from this statement, that what you say doesn't matter. Or, at least, we can conclude that what you say is so small in value, and getting smaller every second, that it virtually does not matter.

Not really, that's not a logical conclusion. Logic is awesome :)
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 14:41 PDT
sprinkles

2009 Sep 6 • 2547
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Down Rodeo said:
Not really, that's not a logical conclusion. Logic is awesome :)

How so?
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 14:59 PDT
melloyellow582
The Original Portmanteau

2005 Mar 21 • 12860
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A conclusion should be something definite, like "we can conclude that nobody cares", or "we can conclude that someone cares". I basically said something in between the two. So, we can conclude that... I don't really know, honestly.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 16:22 PDT
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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Strictly speaking, your conclusion did not flow from mello's premises, as far as I could see. It was a minor point in a truck filled with joking-maths/physics (though I think most of what I said was correct).
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 17:36 PDT
the_cloud_system
polly pushy pants

2008 Aug 1 • 3076
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I drink to forget but I always remember.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 18:44 PDT — Ed. 2010 Sep 15 at 18:45 PDT
SolidKAYOS

2007 Jun 24 • 84
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SRAW said:
Down Rodeo said:
WORDS

... I think my head hurts, so I take back that statement about calling you a knucklehead, havokk

I was ganna go off on you but ill let it slide this time :)

Fuck it slid into my leg!

you stupid piece of shit. go home and masturbate to gay porn while using tears and snot as lubricant. Knuckle head..pshh..that pun is so lame i cant counter it...
Make awkward sexual advances, not war.
Down Rodeo said:
Dammit, this was the one place that didn't have this, but noooooo, molkman pisses all over that
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 19:54 PDT — Ed. 2010 Sep 15 at 19:57 PDT
sprinkles

2009 Sep 6 • 2547
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SolidKAYOS said:
Knuckle head..pshh..that pun is so lame i cant counter it...

Well, if you were on more you wouldn't be a douche bag.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 19:58 PDT
melloyellow582
The Original Portmanteau

2005 Mar 21 • 12860
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Well, there goes the academic level that was so high a moment ago.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 20:22 PDT
aaronjer

2005 Mar 21 • 4667
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Don't worry! I know what to do.

How 'bout that entanglement, huh? Pretty crazy stuff, amirite? What's up with those particles doin' the same shit and all, you know?

That should get us back on track.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 20:55 PDT — Ed. 2010 Sep 15 at 20:55 PDT
SRAW
Rocket Man

2007 Nov 6 • 2525
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How did this tread transform from sprinkles talking about his veterinariancy on this forum to atomic psychics
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 21:52 PDT
SRAW
Rocket Man

2007 Nov 6 • 2525
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and I heard about that entanglement thing on tv, it is pretty crazy, and apparently it could be used for teleportation
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 21:53 PDT
melloyellow582
The Original Portmanteau

2005 Mar 21 • 12860
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Theoretically.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 15 at 22:22 PDT
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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On a large scale, i.e. a person, I can't ever see it working. You need to have a massive crystal, or something, to store the data about them. Also while some of the data is transferred by entanglement some of it has to travel at traditional sub-light velocities. Bit of a shame, really. It appears that the universe has conspired to prevent FTL travel, though my favourite idea is the Alcubierre drive.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 16 at 06:27 PDT
aaronjer

2005 Mar 21 • 4667
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It's surprising because the universe is usually weirdly convenient.

Scientist 1: "Why are the electrons going that way?"

Scientist 2: "Who cares! Let's make TV's!"
 ≡ 2010 Sep 16 at 12:18 PDT — Ed. 2010 Sep 16 at 12:25 PDT
melloyellow582
The Original Portmanteau

2005 Mar 21 • 12860
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Well yeah, when you analyze anything long enough, it eventually comes down to "it does that just because that's what it does!"
 ≡ 2010 Sep 16 at 14:09 PDT
SRAW
Rocket Man

2007 Nov 6 • 2525
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Then why do these scientists even think about this stuff? We might aswell all devote ourselves to religion
 ≡ 2010 Sep 16 at 23:32 PDT
melloyellow582
The Original Portmanteau

2005 Mar 21 • 12860
666 ₧
Fuck man, that's exactly the opposite of what we should do.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 16 at 23:36 PDT
Down Rodeo
Cap'n Moth of the Firehouse

2007 Oct 19 • 5486
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Precisely. "The most incomprehensible thing about the universe is that it is comprehensible", so says Einstein.
 ≡ 2010 Sep 17 at 15:39 PDT
aaronjer

2005 Mar 21 • 4667
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No matter how much science you throw at an observation, and even if you figure out all sorts of strange reasons for why things behave the way they do you'll eventually come to a point where "that's just what it does."

The furthest one down in the ladder is the universe existing. It just does. I could word that better by just saying "Why is there any form existence at all?". There can't be a cause for it. Which is sort of irritating...
 ≡ 2010 Sep 17 at 16:27 PDT
Outcast
My points value is a hilarious example of numerical humor.

2009 Dec 13 • 563
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I just noticed too,i'm 1 year and 2 days in this forum
 ≡ 2010 Dec 15 at 07:08 PST
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