The whole concept of FTL travel, in Star Trek and everywhere else, by definition defies the laws of physics. That’s somewhat more egregious, I’d say.
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@CrustyClarinet: I’m a chemist. Like, actually.
Eugenics is pseudoscience, at best.
I’ve issued a permanent ban on this user because clearly has no regard for the site’s rules, and his intent was solely to troll.
I asked you not to post in spam threads, because it’s against site rules. Your responses were: “You can’t tell me what to do” “Your avatar is a Nazi” “What rules am I breaking, the hidden ones?” Let me address these individually: Yes, as a matter of fact, I can tell you what to do. It’s my responsibility, as a moderator, to ensure that the userbase follows the site rules, and to take appropriate action when users don’t. I didn’t give you a formal warning, since you’re new and probably don’t know...
A few thoughts here: A: There is no ‘Afghani’ people; Afghanistan is populated by Pashtuns, Hazara, Uzbeks, Tajiks, Balochis, etc B: I’m certain there are many, many pure Han Chinese. The same goes for Yamato Japanese and ethnic Koreans. Those populations tend to be exceptionally insular. C: Genetically speaking, the genomic differences between someone and their cousin is great enough that the probability of any offspring bearing genetic defects is much lower than most people expect. A lot of the...
You’re out of luck there, sorry.
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Protip: bring lube. Those aren’t for paddlin’. And congrats to everyone else.
(I moved this to meme research.) As for your question, maybe check out the gallery of Reaction Faces. That’s where it should belong. If it’s not there, try a Google Images search, and feel free to add it to the gallery.
Thanks man, looks good!
Looks like it has indeed been taken down. So either we can remove the YTMND link, or replace it with a YTMND keyword search.
It doesn’t. I encourage you to add it yourself. NEXT!
@CrazyMoon: You’re entirely correct, I hadn’t considered that. @Platus: I read the article, along with the researchers’ website and stuff. They said the best fluid (i.e. classical) analgoue for a field-reversed plasma is a vortex ring. The self-contained air convection causes the characteristic toroidal shape: A field-reversed plasma has a similar, but with magnetic field lines instead of air flow. The plasma behaves like a series of vortex rings aligned along the z axis inside a cylindrical coil, to...
I’m skeptical. So far, the researchers have been able to accelerate a field-reversed plasma, but not trap it. Fusion is way off still.
We have a griefing entry, but I’m surprised it’s not covered in it.