Haha, you win awesome question of the day!
Let's assume we're not using mass-energy equivalence here (i.e. we're not obliterating the battery's mass into pure energy). We're just using electrical energy.
This site claims that an alkaline AA battery has 9360 Joules of energy.
9360 Joules is 9360 Newton-meters. Let's assume the punch is thrown over the distance of one meter (it's a roundhouse with a big windup).
So, what does 9360 Newtons do to a fist over one meter? First, that energy has to move the whole arm (disregard body movement). This site has an average human arm weight of 3.216kg.
Using F=ma, with F=9360N, and m=3.216kg, we find that the acceleration of your arm is 2910 meters per second squared.
Plugging this into the formula for uniform acceleration (with an initial velocity of zero), we arrive at the figure that the fist hits you at approximately 76 meters per second, or 170mph.
I conclude it will hurt like a bitch, QED.
None of your questions seem like an attack, so no worries.
1) The USA is big (2.5 times the size of Western Europe), varied, and full of interesting places to travel. Also, until very recently (2007-2009, depending on mode of travel), US citizens were able to travel to most nearby countries (Canada, Mexico, island nations such as the Bahamas) without a passport. The US now requires a passport to reenter the country from any other, so US passport use should dramatically increase.
2) This is not true in my experience.
3) That seems to be a very complicated answer involving both poverty and cultural issues. Here's someone else's attempt to answer that.
4) That's probably true. But is it unique to the USA? Very few people seem to like being criticized by outsiders.
5) The USA is very patriotic/jingoistic in many ways.
6) Yes, I think so, despite difficult economic times.
Lighter skinned people have less ability to tan than darker skinned people. Therefore they must tan over much longer periods of time. As a result your skin will be slowly replacing itself at a rate of a new epidermis every 35 days. However the layer of skin which contains the melanin which causes true tanning is five layers deep. So theoretically a Caucasian could continuously get darker for 175 days until the first tanned layer of epidermis is finally exposed and replaced. How dark exactly is that? That depends entirely on the person. The gene which causes lighter skin (humans were originally black) is a mutation that is only necessary in higher latitudes to sustain proper vitamin D absorbency. That mutation is not constant or predictable, so all we can really go by is how long an individual can tan. We'll call it 175 days.
Edit: Correct me if I am wrong.
>as much pollution as all the world's 760m cars
This is article is misleading. The article specifically mentions sulfur levels, not CO2. While sulfur is not good and does cause other problems (acid rain for example), CO2 is believed to be the culprit in global warming which is arguably more damaging as a whole.
I found this in a similar article
>but its giant diesel engines (in reference to a fleet of 90k ships) can emit more than 300,000 tonnes of CO2 a year - equivalent to a medium-sized coal power station.
>has been a maximum of 400m tonnes of CO2, or around 1.8% of global emissions.
So out of all the CO2 pollution we do as humans, only 1.8% is from shipping vessels. Passenger vehicles account for approximately 19.8%, or 4.16 billion tonnes of CO2 per year which is 11x that of the vessels .
Or maybe this is more or less what he meant.
edit: If for whatever reason you don't get it.
I used to work as an explosives chemist. Worked with a lot of ordnance guys over the years.
A collapsing circuit would be the main concern for someone who just randomly started cutting wires. Cut the main power source, and a solenoid (held open by electric current) closes, causing electricity to flow from a second power source into the detonator.
In reality, these are very rare; most of the bombing problem in the United States is from pipe bombs and other simple devices, and the vast majority of that is in Puerto Rico (based on BATF statistics- although these are dated, and possibly changed- I can't seem to find updates on the ATF website right now)- something like 3,000 pipe bombs and other small improvised devices every year.
The simple truth is that there aren't that many determined "mad bombers" that go around building devices with collapsing circuits and other wild devices that are the mainstay of movies. Moreover, when there are, it is rare that lives are placed in danger; the main reason these devices need to be preserved (as was the case with the one device found in Ted Kaczynski's cabin) is for the prosecution. What would have been lost if blown up in place? Nothing- except for a court case. Ditto with the recent Colorado whacko.
Normally today these devices are rendered safe with a combination of field-portable X-rays and a water disruptor, leaving behind plenty of evidence.
The other end of the spectrum consists of unexploded ordnance (UXO), which is the realm of the military. Many of these items have anti-tamper features, and must be handled correctly to render them safe- no "cut all the wires," just mechanical features.
Forgive my digression, but when I read your comment, I thought, "Isn't it bald-faced lies?"
A quick google revealed that it is. Apparently, back in the day, people wore beards to conceal their face so they could lie better. A bald-faced liar is so good at lying, they didn't need beards.
Sorry for the off topic post, but thought I would share a relevant TIL.
No, any food product with a sufficiently high sugar content will dry out any bacteria that try to take root and last more or less forever. The prime example of this is standard table sugar; as long as table sugar is kept dry it has an indefinite shelf life. Sugar is so good at killing bacteria it has been used historically as a wound dressing http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Has_sugar_ever_been_used_to_treat_battlefield_wounds
Honey has been used this way as well and even has some additional antibacterial properties. http://www.worldwidewounds.com/2001/november/Molan/honey-as-topical-agent.html
This does not, however, make honey unique among liquids for shelf life. Any thick treacle syrup, such as golden syrup or molasses will also last indefinitely. I'm certain a thick enough maple syrup would as well, though commercially available Maple Syrups tend to be thin enough to allow mold growth.
Getting away from syrups, cornstarch has an indefinite shelf life as long as it is kept dry. http://argostarch.com/faq.html I wouldn't be surprised if other simple ingredients behaved the same way. Flour doesn't, but wheat can still produce high quality flour for at least 20 years if stored properly. I know there have been examples of VERY old grain sprouting, and if it can sprout it still has food value.
There have been apocryphal example of canned goods being edible for a long, long time. From what I've read, it doesn't really spoil, it just becomes a matter of what you consider "edible," as the chemicals in the canned food slowly react and ruin flavor and nutritional value over time.
Well, I found an answer by a geologist that suggests that most of the sand in the Sahara is transient and no more than ~150m deep, and with dunes up to 320m high. However, since large swaths of the Sahara are bare rock and not sand, your answer will vary from 0m to <500m (at the tops of the highest dunes) until you strike ancient sandstone or other rock.
KIA = Killed in Action
Casualty = Someone who can't fight any more
Edit: Votesareno is right; casualties include wounded and killed. I gave the informal definition.
Yup, it's been discussed in a lot of r/aww posts; baths are pretty much unnecessary for bunnies and the stress/shock of the bath has a good chance of killing them, especially for the average bunny owner.
If you ignore the crappy ads, this has some good information as to why they shouldn't be bathed.
Upon searching google I found that it is roughly 28 million. A ping pong ball is almost the size of a golf ball. (source) You can fit 28 million ping pong balls on a 747. (source)
They're apex predators. It's actually camouflage from prey, not predators.
> According to Sea World, the white patch near the eye acts as camouflage. Prey swimming below the orca may have a hard time discerning the shape to be that of a killer whale, making it easier for the orca to catch its prey.
Well in the 13 years that he has known of the existence of that seat, I can fairly certainly say that the school bus was in commission approx. 180 days out of each year for a total of 2340 days before the seat was retired to Jake. Of those 180 days, assuming the bus was near full capacity and that seat was occupied, (I am going to leave out the field trips and other times somebody has sat in that seat, because I'm sure it will balance out the days students were absent and that seat was left unattended), and the fact that a student was sitting on that seat to and from school, we will assume that seat had a human bum on it 4680 times in 13 years, most likely for more than 15 minutes at a time (because why the hell else would you be riding the school bus?)
according to this source The average human farts upwards of 25 times per day, so for the purpose of this equation, I'm going to say once per hour, and to make things easier, I'm going to pretend people prefer farting on a school bus full of people instead of by themselves walking down their parking lots. With this information we can safely assume that seat has been farted on 4680 times.
About Thorton's blood in a vial around her neck:
> No! It was never a vial anyway. It was like a flower press. It was like from a slight cut on your finger and you press your fingerprint in. It was kind of a sweet gesture. I thought it was kind of romantic! I still love him dearly and think the world of him and I'm proud to have been his wife for a time. I don't believe in regrets. It's a dangerous habit to get into -- it makes you pause in your life if you start thinking back and questioning yourself.
Pictures of her kissing her brother.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt have 6 kids. 3 adopted, 3 biological. Link.
Home Mortgage Interest Deduction
Hope or Lifetime Learning Tax Credit
Child and Dependent Care Tax Credit
Earned Income Tax Credit
Social Security--Retirement & Survivors
Social Security Disability
SSI--Supplemental Security Income
Welfare/Public Assistance Housing
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/List_of_government_entitlement_programs#ixzz1TkBvl8er
Ok, I got curious and looked it up:
>A "c" with a line over it (cˉ) is an abbreviation of Latin cum and it means "with". This is used in the medical fields and is a type of shorthand. Alternatively, an "s" with a line over it means "without".
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/A_c_with_a_line_over_it#ixzz1Pxo37kEp
Holy shit cite your sources and stop making up numbers:
31224 deaths / 58,000,000 gun owners = 0.000538 or 1 death per 1858 ~~guns~~ gunowners
Approximately 350 million guns in the US. Remember that gun registration is VERY recent relative to guns and most guns are not registered.
TL;DR There are more guns than cars, your argument is incorrect, and cite your sources
Edit: also gun ownership in the US is closer to 40% not 25% (http://www.allcountries.org/gun_ownership_rates.html)
Yes. Ladies and Gentleman, the American healthcare system.
EDIT: Of course no one can pay this. Most people would probably have filed bankruptcy. Some would just let it ravage their credit scores and deal with the debt collectors. The incredibly few who know the law would send that hospital $1 every month for the rest of their lives so they can't send you to collections or hurt your credit score. No one would end up paying this, because anyone who could afford it would have health insurance.
SECOND NINJA EDIT: I can't find the law, although I didn't look hard. The only thing I can find is something allegedly from a Blue Cross employee at the bottom of this.. From that, it looks like you may only be able to string them along with $1/month for three years.
Yep, I truly regret creating that first Chuck Testa imagemacro (with the shark), simply because of what it devolved to. Memes are only funny in moderation, and it seems Reddit has lost the ability to control the flow of these "in-jokes." They become anachronisms, popping up where they simply don't belong.
For example, I was at a friend's birthday gathering mere days ago, and I heard people shouting, "Nope! Chuck Testa!" The problem was, they simply used this in place of saying, "No," or "No, thank you." Every time they needed to express disagreement, disapproval, or anything negative.
What's more, three or four people laughing at the joke became the entire room laughing, even though only the original three or four understood why. Eventually, everybody in the room began saying, "Nope! Chuck Testa," or some variation thereof—even though fewer than half had ever seen the video or the photomanipulations.
It lost its meaning, and people were simply repeating it to get the approval (laughter) of their peers. This tends to happen all the time with memes. They spread, lose their meaning, and get applied to situations where they are completely inappropriate. It reminds me of the monkey/water spray experiment.
Spiders kill an average of six people a year in the United States.
Dogs kill 20.
Humans murder (not just kill, which is more, but specifically murder) about 17,000 a year.
I'd be more worried about humans than spiders.
Most dwarfism is caused by achondroplasia. This means that everything grows normally except for the long bones, such as the bones of the arms and legs. This is why achondroplasic dwarfs have normal sized heads and small arms and legs.
Therefore, achondroplasic dwarfs would have penises the same size as other men. They just look huge compared to the rest of the body.
Ironically, it is you who have not tasted grapes - at least not the right variety. According to this, you want to hunt down some Concord grapes.
I used to think the same thing, until I happened upon actual grapes that tasted like "Grape." My mind, was blown - though I didn't know the variety of grape at the time. I think I might try to find some Concords at the store today.
Even adopting locally, at least here in the states, can be crazy expensive. :/
I've had a few friends who wanted to adopt but found they couldn't afford it. :/
Some surveys have placed that figure as high as 5% for those who identify as "gay" and if you extend the studies to include Bisexual, Bi-curious and other non-straight individuals its just over 10%.
Now you are looking at about 350 million men who fancy other men.
Then think about the straight men who have anal sex with their female partners, and the straight men who enjoy prostate stimulation and all the ladies who enjoy forms of anal play...
This guy is looking at far more than 3%
And why does this guy care so much about his friends sex life if it apparently disgusts him so much. It's not like this poor gay man is having gay sex on the homophobes front porch.
The honest answer is yes, yes you can. Despite the rotor blades, the heat is still radiating from the fire.
Conduction wouldn't be the means of transfer, more-so convection and definitely radiant heat.
The problem is with hyperpalatibility of modern processed food, not with 'portion size', or 'willpower'.
There's certain combinations of ingredients (fat, salt, sugar), textures and aromas, that automatically shut down our normal regulatory mechanisms.
"The result is that chain restaurants like Chili’s cook up “hyper-palatable food that requires little chewing and goes down easily,” he notes. And Dr. Kessler reports that the Snickers bar, for instance, is “extraordinarily well engineered.” As we chew it, the sugar dissolves, the fat melts and the caramel traps the peanuts so the entire combination of flavors is blissfully experienced in the mouth at the same time."
Cook yourself a steak, using only salt as a condiment. Try to overeat it - you won't be able to, as even 1lb of steak has the same calories - about 900 - than a large can of pringles. You'll feel stuffed in the first case, and look for a second can in the second.
I live in an underveloped latin country, with a rich tradition of cooking and natural ingredients. Whenever americans come here, they comment on two things abour our food: Quality of vegetables, and how everything is so 'bland'. It seems that they're used to having their senses overwhelmed with spiciness and salt.
Thank you for your captivating inquiry. Upon my research, I have found the following information for you, in response to your question.
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FAKE! According to a very reputable source, paint won't dry in space or in places without air.
So therefore, the painting of a painting at the moon landing is a fake.
How can they declare that a black hole is producing sound in space?
There is no sound in space.
We're not even sure if there is love in space:
An amazingly sensitive microphone, in a sense, was used to discover the constant B-flat coming from a black hole. (This found on NASA's website. Based on research from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory."
This comes from the Space.com website...
"Sound can travel through space, because space is not the total vacuum it's often made out to be. Atoms of gas give the universe a ubiquitous atmosphere of sorts, albeit a very thin one. Sound, unlike light, travels by compressing a medium. On Earth, the atmosphere works well as a sound-carrying medium, as does water. The planet itself is very adept at transmitting an earthquake's seismic waves, a form of sound. Space, though not as efficient, can also serve as a medium. If a brave and clever astronaut could safely remove her helmet and shout into the cosmos, her voice would carry."
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_there_sound_in_space#ixzz1v37b5lgy
Total number of player in MLB history -16,187x.089=1 440.643 players
Total batters faced 17,102
Very impressive career. Here is to a great year... old man = )
I don't think so, an apple weighs around 150-180 grams
And gravitational acceleration on earth is 9.81 m/s^2
Then By using Newton's second law of motion: F=ma, we can determine that an apple weighs between 1.47 and 1.77 Newtons
35 of the 55 delegates to the constitutional convention had legal training. 11 speculated on securities, 6 speculated on land, 13 were businessmen and merchants, and 12 ran plantations or large farms. Most of them also had some form of political experience. (source)[http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_were_the_Founding_Father's_occupations]
Other than the farmers, the makeup is probably pretty similar to the makeup of the current Congress (the current Congress is probably more diverse actually). The Constitution was absolutely written with the interests of businesses and the wealthy in mind (e.g. the 3/5ths compromise, only landholders could vote, etc.). The difference is that businesses tended to be a lot smaller and we've either come to accept provisions as normal or revised them.
Please keep in mind this is a declaration, and only the beginning, as was stated above. In 13 days this group of average American citizens -- or seeming "uneducated hippies" with a "persecution complex" -- formed this clear declaration which outlines the plan going forward. It was created faster than the original Declaration of Independence. Our founding father Thomas Jefferson wrote that in 17 days:
So this group of everyday citizens have banded together in the same place and created this document for all us, including all of the skeptics and naysayers among us. For us, because we're not there with them to participate.
I don't want to be negative, because I'm not there with them either (yet), but it's really easy to be an armchair cynic. I urge all of you think about if you want to be part of an empowering, democratic process. Do you have what it takes to be a citizen of a democracy? This might be your chance. And here we are, throwing meaningless spitballs on the internet. I do wish all of you luck and the best, though. I just wanted to take up for these brave people.
EDIT: Fixed some wicked grammar salad.
Approximately 35,000 people in the US commit suicide each year, as many as 60% of whom have MDD (or another mood disorder).
Roughly 150 people die of all ERDs per year.
I don't want to diminish the seriousness of anorexia and other eating related disorders, but calling it the "deadliest psychological disorder" is simply not true.
Missouri is one of the few states that DOES NOT have a statute of limitation for rape, forcible rape and/or forcible sodomy. They may be prosecuted at any time.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_statute_of_limitations_on_rape_in_Missouri#ixzz22PvslRJY
From Wiki Answers:
These are called blood spots. Blood spots are the result of broken capillaries in the reproductive system. When a capillary ruptures, a drop of blood leaks out and becomes part of the egg. The presence of a blood spot does not mean the egg is fertile or that an embryo is beginning to form. Egg processors try to identify and remove all eggs containing blood spots before eggs go into the carton. Occasionally one is missed, but if the blood spot is small, it can be removed and the egg used. They are harmless and do not mean the egg is inedible. Small ones disappear when you are cooking the egg. Some people pick them out with a spoon before cooking.
Morning wood is a way to describe waking up with a erection. This is a common occurrence that virtually every male has experienced. In order to understand the reason for morning wood, you must first learn a little about the sleep cycle. When a person first falls asleep they begin in stage 1 NREM (non-rapis eye movement) sleep. As they continue to sleep they fall into a deeper and deeper sleep, eventually arriving at stage 4 NREM. This is the stage where the most restful sleep occurs. After a certain amount of time in stage 4 NREM the person goes into REM sleep, which is a fairly shallow sleep. This is the part of sleep when you dream. In this stage of sleep your body gets temporarily paralyzed and runs a series of self checks. One of those is an erection, called nocturnal tumescence. If you wake up while in REM sleep, you will wake up with morning wood. The body cycles through the different stages approximately every 90 minutes through the night, but as you get more and more rested, you spend less time in the restful NREM sleep and more time in the dream filled (and erection filled) sleep. So the longer you sleep, the more likely you will wake up with morning wood.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Why_do_you_get_morning_wood#ixzz1dPbNlnqz
Watermarks are only present on newer bills worth $5 or more. Because the government doesn't want to redesign $1 and $2 bills due to a low risk of counterfeiting, they don't have any of the newer security features found on larger bills.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_there_a_watermark_on_the_one_dollar_bill#ixzz248CRmlLt
This may sound crazy, but see this for yourself. New stig's eyebrows and stature sure looks like old stig under there...
EDIT: Slash is 5'10", Ben Collins is 6'2", so the height matches too... and 6'2" is abnormally tall for racing drivers
What if the public "firing" of Ben Collins was an elaborate head fake to throw people off? We know that he still is involved with Top Gear after all. Wouldn't that be a brilliant trick that now if Ben Collins was accidentally seen around the track, no one would assume he was the stig? Hiding in plain site if you will... /tinfoilhat
Actually, apples are considered a temporary alternative.
Apples are a mildly acidic fruit. Because of their slightly astringent quality, they are an ideal food for cleansing and brightening teeth. The acidic nature of an apple is not enough to make a person's teeth pearly white. The acid needs the help of the fiber-rich flesh of the apple.
Crunchy foods, including apples, celery, and carrots, act like mini toothbrushes when they are chewed. The crunchy bits actually help scrub away stubborn stains. This does not happen in a day but will take a while. The cleansing effect may be noticeable, even if it's very slight, particularly if the apple eater is a coffee drinker who hadn't been eating apples every day to begin with.
After eating an apple, it's still important to brush your teeth. The apples still have sugar and acid in them which can damage the teeth. Leaving the sugar and acid on the teeth will reverse the benefits that eating an apple gave the teeth. Also, it's a good idea to brush away the loosened plaque from the teeth so that it cannot become reattached to the teeth. If a tooth brush is not available after an apple, rinsing the apple down with some water may be the next best thing.
Yet, it's illegal to go down the road and put things in peoples' mailboxes without going through USPS.
> "Whoever knowingly and willfully deposits any mailable matter such as
statements of accounts, circulars, sale bills, or other like matter,
on which no postage has been paid, in any letter box established,
approved, or accepted by the Postal Service for the receipt or
delivery of mail matter on any mail route with intent to avoid payment
of lawful postage thereon, shall for each such offense be fined under
Ed: Here, have a better quote so you can shut up about intent:
> Other than as permitted by 2.10 or 2.11, no part of a mail receptacle may be used to deliver any matter not bearing postage, including items or matter placed upon, supported by, attached to, hung from, or inserted into a mail receptacle. Any mailable matter not bearing postage and found as described above is subject to the same postage as would be paid if it were carried by mail
2.10 and 2.11 refer to multiple-family mailboxes.
Ed2: This is also why many people have two "mail"boxes: one for mail an one for their newspaper delivery. Newspapers pay no post and therefore cannot be delivered into the same receptacle the USPS does.
Yes, actually, you can. And then the judge also has the power to throw out the verdict.
Edit: some of the comments prompted me to look for a more authorative source on the subject, and I found this. Apparently judges can only throw out a guilty verdict, but not for a not-guilty verdict.
Where do deer come from?
>Odocoileus, North American deer, appeared about two million years ago in California, shorty after modern horses appeared there. Although they are now ubiquitous, Odocoileus were fairly rare until their populations exploded after megafaunal extinctions (Kurten and Anderson 1980). (Geist, 265).
At least in Virginia, which is the first state I found info for, this would be a class 1 misdemeanor as they were asked to leave and did not. This would be punishable by up to 12 months in prison and/or a $12,000 fine.
You're confusing detrivore with decomposer.
Detrivore eats organic matter directly. Decomposers break down the matter.
Before you consider ANY of these points you need to look at immigration. Canada and the US are friendly countries, but you can't just pack up and move across the border. You basically need to prove you will be valuable to this country before you can start working here (which is step 1 to getting a permanent residence or full citizenship)
It makes me sad when you realize that this total project costs about the same amount as one stealth bomber still shrink wrapped... unused and not even fueled. and we got 20 of those.
Stealth cost Mind you we have other vehicles. and yes the stealth bombers are listed at under a billion, read the article and include development costs like the Curiosity rover costs does.
How many stealth bombers does the us have
surprised no one has mentioned that op said gangbangers and then used a picture of monkeys. I mean, there is no clear indication of what race they are but i think it is fair to assume that the word gangbanger is a bit raced and mentally pictured as a black male. I am not saying OP meant something offensive, since I don't know the intent, but when I see things like this on the internet, it makes me question it.
"Classic" brown or black birthmarks may be due to genetic anomalies: some seem to be hereditary, appearing on the same areas of the bodies of different members of the same family; others occur randomly on individuals. "Mongolian marks" (usually bluish/ grey colour) occur frequently on babies of Asian ancestry. Brown birthmarks tend to occur on white people (5-10% frequency in most populations), although black people may have them too: they're most frequently located on the trunk, buttocks & legs; they occur more in women than men, & are most common on blondes/ fair skinned people, and especially redheads. Exactly why this is is uncertain, but it's most probably a genetic cause.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_do_you_get_a_birthmark#ixzz1xSj0m2ZQ
Sociopaths have NO conscience, though they know the difference between right and wrong. So they don't experience remorse or a sense of guilt. Usually they even have great difficulty owning their actions. In other words, they often can't even bring themselves to say, "Yes, I did this" if it's something society disapprove of. Another key characteristic of sociopaths is callousness and lack of empathy, so genuine sadness for others is something they aren't capable of. Many sociopaths are quite good actors. They know how to pretend to show sympathy and so on. Sometimes they give themselves away by displaying exaggerated or even melodramatic sympathy that doesn't ring true. Always look out for uncalled for drama. As for 'feeling bad for themselves', it usually takes the form of aggressive self-pity. As they can't accept responsibility for their own actions, they blame their misfortunes on others.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Are_sociopaths_capable_of_feeling_sadness_guilt_or_regret_and_do_they_ever_feel_bad_even_if_it_is_only_for_themselves#ixzz1uTxfb6Gn
So I looked this up and was (relatively) certain that this was fake...months later I have a friend that had a patient with this name...I have no faith in humanity
You know what she said? "It's Ladasha! The dash isn't silent"
I want to spcifivcally meet someone with this name and inform them that it is called an hyphen.
Edit: I am sorry, I was high and spelled specifically with the most awful spelling imaginable.Also here's a bad recovery on the 'an'. Said bad recovery. Not really correct, again, I was high.
drugs are bad, mmm'kay
and you are probably going to be seeing a lot more...
Words that rhyme with Wheel:
heel, appeal, deal, peel, feel, steal, steel, kneel, reel, real, heal, surreal, reveal, conceal, ideal, unreal, banana peel, automobile, seal, ordeal
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_rhymes_with_wheel#ixzz1coKGAAqa
"W" is actually a semivowel, as is "Y", "that is phonetically similar to a vowel sound but functions as the syllable boundary rather than as the nucleus of a syllable."
(braces for hate)
> Prostitution was made illegal in almost all states between 1910 and 1915 largely due to the influence of the Women's Christian Temperance Movement which was influential in the banning drug use and was a major force in the prohibition of alcohol.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/When_did_prostitution_become_illegal#ixzz1uU3WPkK9
tl;dr Blame the women.
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Stolen from here and here respectively, with a few I thought of and without past tense beginning words as it's most likely an action phrase...and that also means the last word is probably a verb....
SHAVE TEEN? <___<
Pretty sure this is fake. lol
Lets say UP is 25fps, that means there is a total of 12,000 frames in 8 mins
If a picture speaks 1,000 words, then 8 minutes of UP speaks, 12,000,000 words.
The twilight saga is 575,710 words long source
So to be fair, UP had a lot more words to say!
I am in no way supporting Twilight, Up is a great film.
According to wiki answers, the average car is ~13.5 feet. This is longer than the 10 feet for the dashed line, and doesn't necessarily refute the author's point.
Statistics seem to support things:
with only 120 starving, odds are good that the resources were available to help them but they did not use those resources for whatever reason.
Oh you mean those "tests" that the metal company funds. yeah, ok, no bias there...
wake up sheeple! There are plenty of articles that prove otherwise! The metal companies are in control man.
>In a vehicle an earth ground strap is also a strap that drains static electricity off the car to the ground. They prevent painful static shocks when exiting the vehicle and eliminate electrostatic discharge ESD responsible for fire at gas stations.
You forgot that you have no idea what you're talking about. To get the same resolution as a 35mm film camera, you would need a 24 megapixel DSLR.
To give you an idea of what that means, most mid-range DSLRs (like my $1000 model) are in the 10.2 to 14.1mpx range.
Apparently the number of 22.5 divisions per minute came from the rate at which cells divide in the human skin... http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_fastest_dividing_human_cells but thats neither here nor there.
The person didn't consider what people really use to model populations, especially logistic growth http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Logistic_function, which is a pretty classical differential equation to solve. (This is essentially exponential growth with a limiting population.)
Here's one notion - it used to be said with a bitter racism-imbued tone:
> The notion of Chinese and yellow comes from a stereotype created describing the Chinese people in a condescending way based on calling their skin color yellow, probably a play on/the same way of calling Native Americans red. Both terms are considered offensive and negative stereotypes from depictions of those people.^1
I'm not sure who would be offended, but its racist to say it offensively, and if people are offended by it then its generally not okay. I'd have to agree that this child was probably innocent.
> Red and yellow, black and white, All are precious in His sight
Whoa whoa whoa wait. ALLEGED suicide? You sir are a conspiracy theorist no better than those who believe we faked the moon landing. I'll use only your example of why it wasn't really suicide.
Kurt Cobain was 5'10" but he frequently hunched because he had scoliosis. Meaning people tend to think of him as short as 5'7" but for arm length we use the 5'10" height. A person with a 5'10" frame has on average 33 inch arms. The gun he used to commit suicide was 45 inches in length from tip to tail. The trigger was approximately 31 inches away from his face.
Result? Long enough arms. No feet required.
Average arm length.
While I won't comment on his music one way or another, to blindly assert his death was anything other than suicide is ignorant.
You do get approx 1 inch shorter at the end of the day
...and more here
> Did you know that every day you shrink a little, too? You aren't as tall at the end of the day as you are at the beginning. That's because as the day goes on, water in the disks of the spine gets compressed (squeezed) due to gravity, making you just a tiny bit shorter. Don't worry, though. Once you get a good night's rest, your body recovers, and the next morning, you're standing tall again!
>Opposition not given a chance to speak up.
Have you ever been in Venezuela? As a Venezuelan I can say that in my country the freedom of speech is huge. You can say and do everything you like without being looked at with looks of dissaproval.
The opposition doesn't like chavez mainly because he is against the "yankees" (No insult intended) and because they are all (well, most of them) wannabe Yankees.
Besides, if you ask a rich person in Venezuela how it is in Venezuela, they will propably say that it's not good because they are getting "robbed".
And if you ask a poor person how it is, they will probably say that life has changed for their good with special governmental plans and other things...
I'm not saying that rich people are living better than ever but in this egoistic and unfair world we will have to begin sacrificing somethings for us to live in a better and fairer world.
(Edit: Making my text look better)
George Washington actually warned the nation about the party system during his farewell speech, and was worried that it would cause people that were members of that party to make uninformed decisions without looking at the facts. And also cause certain parties to become wildly more powerful than democracy could control. Good thing that hasn't happened... Oh wait.
It is a Paddock coat which is designed to have both buttons done up.
>There are a few exceptions. The bottom button on some double-breasted jacket is buttoned. There is also a type of custom jacket called a "paddock coat," where the placement of the buttons is altered and both are buttoned. John F. Kennedy was known to wear such a jacket.
Pasta Sauces are thin and the major flavor profile is going to be Basil.
Pizza Sauces are thick and the major flavor profile is going to be Oregano.
No indication of any. It's known to be able to cross the barrier from mother to fetus, but no effects known (and no reason to believe there would be any in early stages). It's possible that later in pregnancy the fetus could feel the effects of the drug. Also, uterine contractions are a potential side effect, so taking LSD is certainly not advised while pregnant.
The only way there would be damage to the fetus was if the myth that LSD destroys chromosomes was true, and it's not. The fact is that we know very little about LSD, so there's no good evidence to be seen on the subject.
Here is a relevant WIKIanswer.
Edit: Forgot to mention none of these effects would occur at conception. Total worst case scenario was that Mom was scared of Dad's penis.
If circulated, $125-180 depending on condition. If uncirculated, $400+ for a 1928 series; $225+ for a 1928A series bill.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_value_of_a_1928_100_Federal_Reserve_Note#ixzz1IExSgHmy
Marijuana Detection Times:
Frequent users blood drug test (defined as someone who smokes several times per week)
THC: 4-8 hours after smoking
THC by-product: 2 or more weeks after smoking
Frequent users urine drug test
THC by-product: 2 weeks to a month after smoking (3 months for extremely heavy users)
Infrequent users blood drug test
THC: 3-4 hours after smoking
THC by-product: 2-3 days after smoking
Infrequent users urine drug test
THC by-product: up to 10 days after smoking
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_does_marijuana_stay_in_your_system#ixzz1uOg61PKH
You should be fine.
It has always been that way... gas prices in London right now.
As many here have mentioned, most people in other countries drive much smaller cars or motor scooters, and not nearly as often or as far as we Americans do. We live in one of the most wasteful societies on Earth (at least where oil is concerned).
If our gas prices were at the level of other countries, don't you think we would all be driving electric cars by now? Yet here we are... in our Escalades and Hummers going grocery shopping. ಠ_ಠ
HUA/hooah is Army
Hoorah/oorah is Marines.
I was in the army for a while. Do not get caught saying oorah :P
Not to mention that lower classes tend to be more religious on average than the middle and upper echelons of society. Poorer families also tend to have more kids than the well off and well educated leading to the rather ironic situation of natural selection now buttfucking the smart in favour of the stupid and the religious.
>And he plead away the right to vote. Forever. Before he could even use it once.
Depends on the state, many will allow you to regain voting rights and even firearm ownership.
Like check out Washington: http://wei.secstate.wa.gov/osos/en/voterinformation/Pages/felons.aspx
"If you were convicted of a felony, your right to vote is restored as long as you are not in prison or on community custody with the Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC). Once your right is restored, you must re-register to vote in order to receive a ballot."
Or gun rights in Idaho: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Can_a_non_violent_convicted_felon_get_his_gun_rights_back_for_hunting_in_Idaho
"To request the expungement of an offense from your STATE (not Federal) criminal record: You must have either been exonerated, acquited, or served the complete term of your sentence - then file a petition/motion with the court setting forth valid reason(s) why your request should be granted. A judge will review your petition and the circumstances of your case and issue a ruling either granting or denying the request. AN EXPUNGEMENT IS NOT A PARDON! Expungement only removes the record of your offense from being available to the public. Law enforcement, the courts, and government agencies will always have access to your actual 'true' record."
I'd take that over the Brett Favre broken fingers
I just looked it up because I was curious how bad it was.
TIL Brett Favre has broken all 10 of Antonio Freeman's fingers.
Correct me if I'm wrong, but I thought one of the draws to having a granite counter top was that it wouldn't be scratched by daily use, or by steel tools/knives. This says what OP just said. This suggests that even though granite is made out of soft materials, the fact that it's a rock that's been heated and allowed to grow new crystals increases it's hardness.
Iron is soft, and so is charcoal, but that doesn't mean steel is somewhere between the two.
Literally took 5 seconds to Google this:
Geographically, Australia is a continent, not an island. As a landform, it could be considered an island as it is entirely surrounded by water and not joined onto any other land mass. For this reason, it is often referred to as an island continent. Australia is too big to be formally classified as an island. The world's largest island is Greenland.
Another reason why Australia is also considered a continent is because it sits on its own tectonic plate. This is different from Greenland, which uses the same land mass as North America. That is why the geological appearances are much different in Australia from anywhere else. A place like Greenland shares the same geologic attributes as North America.
Australia and Antarctica are the only two true Continental Islands. That is, they are separated from all other continents by water. All other continents are connected by a landmass to at least one other Continent. If there are any waterways, they have been artificially created.
Australia is the smallest continent and the 6th largest country, with an area of 7,686,850 sq km.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_Australia_an_island_or_continent_or_both#ixzz1hgkp51Ep
but not from sexual arousal. i have a 3 year old son. he gets boners when changing his diaper sometimes, but it is not because of anything to do with sex
These are just rough calculations, and are probably completely wrong, but might be a good starting point...
The size of the room is: 12 x 12 x 9 = 1296 square cubic feet = 36m^3
We breath in 0.0005m^3 per breath^1
Which gives you 0.007m^3 per minute^2
Which is 0.007 * 60 * 8 = 3.36m^3 per night
So that is 9.3% of the air in the room, which is
3.36 * 0.093 = 0.31m^3 of the air you breath.
I'm pretty sure that's all wrong though, I'm not too sure that I am calculating the percentages and stuff correctly, since it could be different with volumes. If I'm wrong, please tell me and show me the correct way to do it.
That's the reverse of above list. These countries do NOT have an extradition treaty. Tell the bitch off, Tell Texas off and GTFO. Run for your freedom man.
I think the sign's referring to the terrorist/freedom fighter definition. Original quote here.
Edit: someone downvoted Okina for, essentially, asking a question. Bad form.
How about Mexico City? I don't know if they deserve it, but it would probably be profitable for the league. I know there are a lot of Cowboys fans in Mexico, but I bet another team could probably survive if the city become safe enough from the drug wars. The largest attended game ever was there.
edit: I know how unsafe it is there. Mexico City won't be safe for a long time with the current policies regarding the drug war.
..........and wrong. it helps with night vision. just like cat eyes.
trololol the one useless fact you've remembered is wrong.
Goats (and most other animals with hoofs) have horizontal slits which are nearly rectangular when dilated. This gives goats vision covering 320 - 340 degrees; this means they can see virtually all around them without having to move (humans have vision covering 160 - 210 degrees). Consequently, animals with rectangular eyes can see better at night due to having larger pupils that can be closed more tightly during the day to restrict light. Interestingly, octopuses also have rectangular pupils.
Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/The_pupils_of_a_goat%27s_eyes_are_square#ixzz1kV2n6V9D
Turns out it’s not just goats, but most other animals with hooves including deer, some horses, cattle, and many sheep have horizontal pupils. Goats generally have a more pale iris, so their freakish pupils simply show up better. Horizontal slit-shaped pupils give the animal increased peripheral depth perception, as well as increasing their ability to freak me the fuck out.
The pupil in a goat's eye is rectangular instead of round like other animals to give goats excellent night vision.
I remember reading about that before I think, doesn't it have something to do with the water table level being so near the surface?
:edit: I was close. Since parts are below sea level, during heavy rains the caskets would uproot themselves and float around. o_O
>As the German soldier stabs Mellish to death, he says:
"Gib' auf, du hast keine Chance! Lass' es uns beenden! Es ist einfacher für dich, viel einfacher. Du wirst sehen, es ist gleich vorbei."
"Give up, you don't stand a chance! Let's end this here! It will be easier for you, much easier. You'll see it will be over quickly."
The words are spoken in accent free German.
I liked this part:
>Women who are only used to circumcised or uncircumcised penises may take a little while to get used to the different equipment, but once most women get used to it, they love any penis, circumcised or not.
I once calculated the words to hours conversion on LOTR and found out with the same number of words per hour of movie (and hours per movie) for a WoT movie series, I don't remember exactly, but I think I ended up with 27 movies or so.
Edit: I will just do the calculations again.
According to this there is roughly 525.000 words in an electronic copy of entire LOTR series.
According to this the extended edition is 718 minutes which is about 12 hours.
which gives us about 43.750 word per hour movie or roughly 44.000 words.
The entire WoT series (that have been released so far) clocks in at 4.012.859 according to this source, which for ease of calculation is about 4 million.
So we have 4 million divided with 44 thousand which ends up giving about 91 hours.
Each extended movie was on average about 4 hours long. So we divide 91 with 4 and get 23.
That is an icosikaitrilogy!
So yea, it would have to remove quite a bit of "fluff".
But I agree, WoT is on the top of my list of movies that should be made.
What? Pretty sure a thumb normally has only 2 joints, while the other fingers have 3.
The hand outs are problem? Do you think that maybe forcing a western civilised society, with things like alcohol upon a tribal race could have something to do with it?
Australia is only 223 years old. That means we are only at the third or fourth generation of the Aboriginal people since we forced our ways on them.
Alcohol is a major problem as well, Aboriginial people didnt have it until we introduced them to it. Europeans have had centuries to adapt to alcohol, Aboriginies have not had that luxury hence they end up with drinking problems.
edit for math nazi... 8-10 generations : http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_long_is_a_generation
He told me I was being detained as he cuffed me, so I looked up detainment rights when I got home (I was curious, not bitter). I came across this simple explanation. He detained me with PC (I matched the description), told me I didn't have to talk, questioned me, and released me in a reasonable amount of time. I like sticking it to the man as much as the next redditor, but everything seems in order here.
How? It was invented in the United States.
Hey downvoters, read.
The European invention is freaking hamburg steak, the hamburger was an Americanized invention. Jeez.
Subs generate their own oxygen, pretty efficiently, it sounds like. And nuclear subs have, if anything, an excess of electricity. So drag-inducing gills on any underwater vehicle just don't sound like they would ever be practical in comparison.
On a fixed underwater lab/base... well then you have to move water through them (or position in a strong current) vs. using existing electrical infrastructure to do it the easy way... and maybe making use of the bonus hydrogen too!
My question is why don't we have a permanent awesome underwater research base yet? If some of NASA's cut funding went to that I'd be OK with it...
Your opening sentence is rather flawed. You might want to take a look at this link for more information, if you have the time. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Who_has_the_best_army_in_the_world
General agreement among militaries puts several armies as better than the united states on a soldier to soldier basis.
The symbol resembles a sheet of paper with writing/printing on one side. If you see the printing, that's "face up." If you see a blank piece of paper with the corner turned back, and a little bit of printing on the turned-back corner, that's "face down." - Answers.com
Vested... The power vested in me.
Huge pet peeve of mine. Carry on.
...and lets not forget the Mid-Atlantic Ridge
>The average spreading rate for the ridge is about 2.5 cm per year.
So the tunnel would have to telescope and stretch constantly with massive pressure differentials between inside the tunnel (in vacuum) and outside the tunnel which is about ~500,000 psi. All while dealing with upwellings of magma along the ridge as the tectonic plates slowly split apart.
Hahahahahahahahahahaha! Sounds very feasible!