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  1. That's nice. :rolleyes: If your thesis is that...

    That's nice. :rolleyes:

    If your thesis is that it doesn't matter if almost everybody dies, because the survivors will be stronger for it, then you are a monster.

    If you truly believe that...
  2. Thread: Joke gallery

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    If you don't know the Pope, then you don't know...

    Because he's referred to as "The Pope" much more than he's referred to by name.[/QUOTE]

    If you don't know the Pope, then you don't know ALL the liars, criminals, adulterers, murderers, thieves,...
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    There's no visible light at all in a deep slate...

    If somebody walks behind a wall so that you can no longer see them, have they ceased to exist?

    If you turn the lights out in a deep slate mine, so no photons bounce off your hands, have your...
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    Well, given long enough, probably nothing is...

    You're assuming the proton doesn't decay.[/QUOTE]

    Well, given long enough, probably nothing is stable.
  5. The blue fever (now known more commonly as 'black...

    The blue fever (now known more commonly as 'black death') in the 1340s killed at least one third of Europe's population. Some estimates suggest mortality of 95% in the worst affected areas -...
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    He is only immortal in its mass 3 and 4 isotopes....

    He is only immortal in its mass 3 and 4 isotopes. The longest lived unstable He isotope has a half life of about 800ms (6He).
  7. Thread: Movie alphabet

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    OK, if we are derailing the thread with odd...

    OK, if we are derailing the thread with odd thoughts, here's one - the book Moonraker, by Ian Fleming, features secret agent James Bond (007, licenced to kill), defeating the evil Hugo Drax, who is...
  8. Sounds like mild claustrophobia. I would bet...

    Sounds like mild claustrophobia.

    I would bet that your spO2 isn't affected by wearing a mask - that's easy to test, so if you care to do so, please share the results.
  9. It's worth a lot because people think it's worth...

    It's worth a lot because people think it's worth a lot.

    It's intrinsic value is FAR less than it's worth.

    So, basically, it's just like gold or diamonds. Or banknotes.
  10. Carbon dioxide levels in the blood are very...

    Carbon dioxide levels in the blood are very tightly regulated by the body, and even very small departures from normal are very bad and rapidly apparent to the sufferer.

    Indeed, the metabolic...
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    If somebody walks behind a wall so that you can...

    :eek:



    Ceases to exist?[/QUOTE]

    If somebody walks behind a wall so that you can no longer see them, have they ceased to exist?

    If you turn the lights out in a deep slate mine, so no...
  12. Firstly, nobody here is supporting indescriminate...

    Yes, you also seem to think that the sensitivities of hardcore racists who don't want it rubbed in their face that their opinion that blacks should be slaves - and want everybody to pay for the...
  13. And yet you recognise that those peaceful...

    Yes that's where I repeated that there probably are statues that should be relocated or destroyed, that the issue here is how to go about achieving that aim, determining what should stay, what should...
  14. I got the vague impression that it could, just...

    This appears to be an almost perfect argument against your position. Perhaps you should think about it some more.[/QUOTE]

    Oh? What exactly is my position?[/QUOTE]

    I got the vague impression...
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  16. This appears to be an almost perfect argument...

    Why is decades, scores of decades,, even a century of public propaganda to subjugate certain citizens and promote violent and racist ideology combined with voter suppression and political tricks to...
  17. Usually an easy chair or a couch, I would guess.

    Usually an easy chair or a couch, I would guess.
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    No, it wouldn't, because the 'image' is of the...

    No, it wouldn't, because the 'image' is of the astronaut approaching the event horizon. Over time, it gets closer and closer, but at an ever decreasing rate; and the increasing radius due to...
  19. Typically they are far right.

    Yeah, it's like that poem:

    At first they came for the white supremacists and I said nothing, for I'm not a white supremacists.
    Then we lived happily ever after because seriously, fuck those...
  20. Thread: Why go to Mars?

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    That's an automated ATM teller machine. As...

    That's an automated ATM teller machine.

    As approved by the redundant acronym RAD department.
  21. Oh, joy! Our science is a real science because we...

    Well, it is a dismal science. Speaking of which, whatever happened to dismal?


    Not true. Plenty of work in economics is specifically about irrational behavior of individual actors.[/QUOTE]

    Oh,...
  22. As I have said elsewhere, this is why economics...

    The question isn't about a requirement to sell, as I don't think there should be a rule about holding on to versus disposing assets based on a particular price.

    I am the most curious, I think,...
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    https://vulgargrad.com/biography/ Australia's...

    https://vulgargrad.com/biography/

    Australia's answer to Russian mat folk.

    Melbourne is like that. And after all, a criminal background is a criminal background.
  24. It's not an influenza virus, it's a coronavirus....

    If there's no vaccine then masks will probably become permanent.[/QUOTE]

    I doubt it. But flu viruses have this nasty habit of mutating. This novel Chinese virus is no exception.[/QUOTE]

    It's...
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    Angelo lives in Western Australia; Literally the...

    Angelo lives in Western Australia; Literally the most remote outpost of the OECD. He gets his news about Europe from highly questionable and clearly biased niche Internet sites designed for...
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