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I feel like we've probably just ruined a few childhoods…
^ and its even worse that one of the main sounds used to produce the roar of the T-Rex in Jurassic Park was the "Honk" of a Donkey.
And now you know that, you can really hear it in the movie.
^yeah, it's even worse that velociraptors were actually feathered and the size of turkeys…
The Gold-Titanium alloy that is mentioned in the Iron Man movies actually exists.
But in real life its actually a very brittle metal, and is used primarily in dentistry
Thats hollywood movie science for ya!
Manganese bronze and silicon bronze are good alloys to use for gold substitutes that are corrosion resistant and since they're alloys you won't be able to scratch it off or get it damaged to reveal a different color underneath unlike gold plating. The first is used for the U.S. Sacajawea dollar coin, and both alloys see use for such things as ship's propellers.
Another possibility is something like a titanium nitride (PVD) coating that can be applied over common materials by CVD.
This info would be useful for something like creating cheap jewelry that looks gold and has relatively the same properties but is vastly cheaper, or for something decorative like sculpture stuff or furniture that looks super fancy but is pretty cheap.
Also relevant to the ideal home thread.
Remember those Sacagawea dollar coins? Turns out they're actually making President dollar coins but I've never seen any of them…
Wood beams that are called "two by fours" actually measure 1.5"x3.5".
I did not find it at all amusing because the wood was already cut before I measured these particular dimensions. Got mad, then asked a shop helper if this was normal, then looked it up on wikipedia. Everywhere I looked the explanation was "industry standard."
"Hey, can you get me a meterstick?"
"Yeah sure, here you go."
"Why'd you give me something that's only 63 centimeters long."
"That's what a meterstick is."
"Shouldn't a meterstick be a meter long?"
"I have a 6 inch dick."
"Alright, let's measure it."
"Why isn't it even 4 inches?"
"That's what it is in the porn industry. Men with 6 inch dicks actually only have 4 inch wangs."
I learned that when Windows updates it's shitty IE, my Poser doesn't work! Thank God for restore points.
more reason why sex is so good:
I've learned today, that moveable parts are moveable and that they can be moved.
A very helpful line in our experimnnt instructions for tomorrow.^^
I'm Irish so I know all about the dangers of Alcohol. (I've pumped my own stomach more than once )
The trick is discipline, if you have a free month and spend it getting drunk everyday, thats fine, as long as you can practice total abstinence when you have things to do, for however long those things will take
It often makes me wonder how one of the most destructive intoxicants is so easily obtainable.
i've been a drunk for a long time.
the scary thing is the blackouts… what the hell did i do last night.
its only thru last Castle episode (where its breifly mentioned) & my further inquieries that i now know how it work
it is in fact a short term anterograde amnesia, where the brain cannot create new memories.
(skip the anecdotes if u will, explainations at 4.50)
See also: Blackout
Anterograde amnesia can also be caused by alcohol intoxication, a phenomenon commonly known as a blackout. Studies show rapid rises in blood alcohol concentration over a short period of time severely impair or in some cases completely block the brain's ability to transfer short-term memories created during the period of intoxication to long-term memory for storage and later retrieval. Such rapid rises are caused by drinking large amounts of alcohol in short periods of time, especially on an empty stomach, as the dilution of alcohol by food slows the absorption of alcohol. Alcohol-related anterograde amnesia is directly related to the rate of consumption of alcohol (and is often associated with binge drinking), and not just the total amount of alcohol consumed in a drinking episode. Test subjects have been found not to experience amnesia when drinking slowly, despite being heavily intoxicated by the end of the experiment. When alcohol is consumed at a rapid rate, the point at which most healthy people's long-term memory creation starts to fail usually occurs at approximately 0.20% BAC, but can be reached as low as 0.14% BAC for inexperienced drinkers. The exact duration of these blackout periods is hard to determine, because most people fall asleep before they end. Upon reaching sobriety, usually after waking, long-term memory creation is completely restored. Chronic and severe alcohol abuse often results in thiamine deficiency and causes confusion, ataxia, and opthalmoplegia; characteristic symptoms of Wernicke’s encephalopathy. All of these are symptoms of alcohol-related anterograde amnesia.
Chronic alcoholism often leads to a thiamine (vitamin B1) deficiency in the brain, causing Korsakoff's syndrome, a neurological disorder. Symptoms of Korsakoff’s syndrome include apathy, confabulation (delusions that result in invented memories), and anterograde amnesia.
If you get pulled over for traffic violation on a bike, it's a completely plausible answer that you don't have your driver's license.
More efficiency in existing areas does not clear space for new activities. In short, time is not a solid. Some famous person or something once said that flying on the Concorde saved him some number of hours from somewhere to somewhere else; a question came up "so what did you do with those new hours" and the interviewee was not able to give a response.
We can see this more broadly by looking at history. The average person living in the middle ages had plenty of free time, the average person today with who knows how many "labor saving devices" needs caffeine every single day to function even halfway properly.
I have found that taking three classes this quarter rather than four has not suddenly allowed me a free block of time to spend time on 3DX, C++, writing, etc. What has changed is my understanding and intimacy with the material of the classes that I am taking - if anything, I am now spending more time on my classes in total than when I had four classes. The past two years, october-december was when I wrote the most. Currently I have written basically no new material since the end of august.
What you do is more a function of personality or internal desire than it is time.
(How you do it though is very much a function of time.)
What I learn?
Stupidity will sooner or later kill us.