PoolCleaningRobot

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Commented on fbe.png

No, just like hydrogen and gasoline, oxygen is a reactant. O2 provides oxygen, H2 provides hydrogen, and gasoline provides carbon. It’s the difference between starting a camp fire with wood and lighting gasoline. Wood contains the needed carbon and hydrogen but also junk (like water) that increases the amount of heat needed to start a fire. Earth air is 70% nitrogen which doesn’t take a direct part in the reaction. In a pure oxygen atmosphere, the amount of energy needed to start a fire with something flammable is significantly less because there’s plenty of oxygen to start the reaction. And it’s impossible to get rid of all flammable materials

Apr 21, 2014 at 11:14PM EDT

Commented on fbe.png

It facilitates it really well. It’s no different than hydrogen and gasoline. Fire is process of converting carbon, oxygen, and hydrogen into CO2 and H2O vapor

Apr 21, 2014 at 06:13PM EDT

Commented on fbe.png

You do realize that doesn’t solve the problem of zero gravity graphite particles fucking up electrical equipment and air filters in the first place right? It only means the fires you start will be less catastrophic. And as this story illustrates, if it was that simple the Ph.D. NASA rocket scientists would have done it

Apr 21, 2014 at 06:09PM EDT

Commented on Creepy White Guys

I read a sociology paper about how Asian women are probably one of the most stereotyped minorities. TV shows and especially advertisements always play them up as exotic, competitive, intelligent, and mysterious

Apr 17, 2014 at 11:34PM EDT

Commented on 6b4.jpg

That’s shits also not in the book. It’s told from the point if view of journals and Frankenstein didn’t want anyone to know how he made the creature. From the vague description, it’s sounds like he made the creature from scratch and by hand. It was still horribly ugly, but there was nothing inherently evil about its origin

Apr 14, 2014 at 12:45AM EDT

Commented on ff9.png

Whats that thing dressing up like Mako?

Apr 13, 2014 at 07:33PM EDT

Commented on 6b4.jpg

Frankenstein was about people who were afraid of a creation of science because they were too ignorant to understand it and too irrational to learn

Apr 12, 2014 at 10:55PM EDT

Commented on e08.png

I swear if they put Snake in this game I will buy a Wii U. I want more dialogs with the Colonel about Nintendo characters. Or put Big Boss this game and dialogs with Paz. “Snake! They’re playing you like a damn fiddle!”

Apr 10, 2014 at 09:07AM EDT

Commented on 877.png

That’s not a letter. Alan saw you not pick up the poop and he was telling you that to your face

Apr 07, 2014 at 06:30PM EDT

Commented on OKCupid

“but because of that last sentence you wrote, I now know I was indeed wrong and missing part of the story”

Ohhhhhhhh. Sorry. I’ve argued about this before today with someone who said they’d defend a KKK member’s “freedom of speech”. That combined with other posts lead me to believe a lot people don’t get the full implications of Eich’s “opinion”. To be clear, he donated to support that bill that would repeal California’s legalization of gay marriage.

Apr 04, 2014 at 09:09PM EDT

Commented on OKCupid

Apparently you are. Marriage is right heterosexual couples can enjoy and receive legal benefits from. Same sex couples do not get those rights. Therefore, the fact that they lack access to marriage means they have unequal rights. Eich gave money to support a bill that would keep homosexuals in an unequal status

Apr 04, 2014 at 08:04PM EDT

Commented on OKCupid

Tell me about it. I’m sick of hearing about his “equal opinion”. Its naive childish logic to think “everyone is right”. His opinion is that sex couples shouldn’t have the same rights as heterosexual couples. That’s not an opinion, that’s discrimination. Maybe he shouldn’t have lost his job for a donation, but his decision infringes upon the rights of others and I don’t think he’s worth defending

Apr 04, 2014 at 05:41PM EDT

Commented on 7a9.gif

Which would be normal because most people’s place on the scale changes over time or even depending on the mood you’re in

Apr 04, 2014 at 12:51AM EDT

Commented on 7a9.gif

You should look up the Kinsey scale

Apr 02, 2014 at 11:55PM EDT

Commented on Technical Problems

It’s ridiculous here. You can’t say anything negative about the Wii U without being bombarded with down votes and attacks from the Nintendo Defense force. It’s why I like talking about video games on the escapist because most people there will shit on Nintendo when Nintendo deserves it but nobody really hates them as a company

Apr 01, 2014 at 03:07PM EDT

Commented on Oculus Rift

Don’t worry bro. It happens to the best of us

Mar 26, 2014 at 08:00PM EDT

Commented on Oculus Rift

You could have said exactly that in a less antagonistic way. “Maybe its not a big deal seeing as Zuckerburg said he only wants to speed up the development of Oculus. The whole point of this investment is because Zuckerburg wants to expand his business ventures, not because he wants Facebook goggles” or something to that affect. Instead you chose to hop in and shit on everyone’s opinion. Its not a one sided argument and as shown by the Carmack vs Iribe statements. You shouldn’t tell people who are emotionally invested in something to stop freaking out over a huge change. And things have changed. This has gone from a community and developer based project to one worth $2 billion

Sorry, but comments where people just say “My opinion is clearly correct because I don’t give a fuck about the thing you care about” bug me

Mar 26, 2014 at 06:39PM EDT

Commented on Too True

I like the fun of figuring out how to fix bugged quests on the console versions of Bethesda games. Breaking the game to make my character more powerful than god adds to the experience. Using the terminal commands on pc feels too easy

Mar 26, 2014 at 05:56PM EDT

Commented on Oculus Rift

We live in a very corporate society where people can’t own anything. Maybe Oculus wouldn’t have set the world on fire but at least it was owned by a small team of people who cared about it and didn’t owe anything to some group of investors who only care about making a profit and not creating innovation

For the record, I was never invested in the Rift nor am I 100% confident that Zuckerberg will fuck anything up. But I do have the powers of empathy to understand why people are upset and to not antagonize people over something they are invested in

Mar 26, 2014 at 05:31PM EDT

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