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Look at the soil around any large U.S. city with a big underground homosexual population - Des Moines, Iowa, perfect example. Look at the soil around Des Moines. You can't build on it, you can't grow anything in it. The goverment says it's due to poor farming. But I know what's really going on. I know it's the queers. They're in it with the aliens. They're building landing strips for gay Martians. I swear to God. You know what Stuart? I like you. You're not like the other people here in the trailer park.
Sep 21 '14

My boyfriend told me a story about when he grew up, he attended a summer camp that both his mom and dad worked at/attended as kids. On this camp, there’s a whole bunch of crows. They would feed them whenever they saw them, and they grew comfortable around the family. In fact, they became so familiar with his family over the years that they would start to trail them from the campsite to the house. The crows were smart enough to distinguish his parents’ car from the rest of the cars on the road. Back and forth, everyday they would just fly above them. They even started following his father into work in Boston, an hour long commute.

Now he’s telling me that he wants to get a huge property in the middle of the woods. The kind that you have to drive a mile, maybe further, on the driveway just to get to the front door. He wants to train crows to tell us when we would have visitors. He read somewhere that a man did this by feeding the crows once at the start of the property and again at the front door. Once they were fed at the start, they would fly ahead, knowing that they would get food a second time. We could basically predict if there were visitors, mailmen, intruders, girl scouts with scrumptious cookies, just by looking outside and seeing a massive flock of crows heading towards us. Pretty neat stuff. 

He’s also down to have velociraptor replicas from Jurassic Park in our front yard. Gah, he’s amazing :)

Also, if you have any doubts on the intelligence of crows, I suggest watching this Ted Talk: http://www.ted.com/talks/joshua_klein_on_the_intelligence_of_crows

Sep 4 '14

You can fight for gay marriage all day long, but you need to consider the view from the other side. It’s not illegal because it’s ‘wrong.’ It goes against the bible, which is what marriage is based off of. It’s like joining a secret club or society then complaining that you don’t like their rules.

The only real issue imo is the financial and medical benefits that go along with marriage. Either keep the benefits and make marriage open to everyone, or lose the benefits and you can follow whatever rules you like.

Aug 31 '14

Unpopular opinion.

I don’t care about M. Brown. I don’t care about the supposed racism in this country. I am sick of the white guilt. Every single race has been oppressed at some point in the history of human kind.

This should not even be about racism. This should be about a corrupt police force.

Did you know?

There are an estimated 20 to 30 million trafficked slaves in the world today.

ISIS is chopping off the heads of journalists with a really blunt knife and is posting the video on the internet for all to see.

Obama bypassed his entire legislature’s decision to NOT trade 5 valuable warlords for a dishonorable and cowardly defector, and did it anyway.

There were more US officials at M. Brown’s funeral than Maj. General Harold Greene’s.

And yet M. Brown’s name is still a big deal. Shut up about M. Brown. Yes it is sad. Yes he deserved three days of coverage. Not an entire month.

SJWs, go fuck yourselves.

Jul 23 '14
Jul 21 '14

fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

Wingtip vortices are a result of the finite length of a wing. Airplanes generate lift by having low-pressure air travelling over the top of the wing and higher pressure air along the bottom. If the wing were infinite, the two flows would remain separate. Instead, the high-pressure air from under the wing sneaks around the wingtip to reach the lower pressure region. This creates the vorticity that trails behind the aircraft. I was first introduced to the concept of wingtip vortices in my junior year during introductory fluid dynamics. As I recall, the concept was utterly bizarre and so difficult to wrap our heads around that everyone, including the TA, had trouble figuring out which way the vortices were supposed to spin. A few good photos and videos would have helped, I’m sure. (Photo credits: U.S. Coast Guard, S. Morris, Nat. Geo/BBC2)

Jul 20 '14
wildcat2030:

Humans Already Use Way, Way More Than 10 Percent of Their Brains -It’s a complex, constantly multi-tasking network of tissue—but the myth persists.  - By now, perhaps you’ve seen the trailer for the new sci-fi thriller Lucy. It starts with a flurry of stylized special effects and Scarlett Johansson serving up a barrage of bad-guy beatings. Then comes Morgan Freeman, playing a professorial neuroscientist with the obligatory brown blazer, to deliver the film’s familiar premise to a full lecture hall: “It is estimated most human beings only use 10 percent of the brain’s capacity. Imagine if we could access 100 percent. Interesting things begin to happen.” Johansson as Lucy, who has been kidnapped and implanted with mysterious drugs, becomes a test case for those interesting things, which seem to include even more impressive beatings and apparently some kind of Matrix-esque time-warping skills. Of course, the idea that “you only use 10 percent of your brain” is, indeed, 100 hundred percent bogus. Why has this myth persisted for so long, and when is it finally going to die? (via Humans Already Use Way, Way More Than 10 Percent of Their Brains - Sam McDougle - The Atlantic)

wildcat2030:

Humans Already Use Way, Way More Than 10 Percent of Their Brains
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It’s a complex, constantly multi-tasking network of tissue—but the myth persists.
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By now, perhaps you’ve seen the trailer for the new sci-fi thriller Lucy. It starts with a flurry of stylized special effects and Scarlett Johansson serving up a barrage of bad-guy beatings. Then comes Morgan Freeman, playing a professorial neuroscientist with the obligatory brown blazer, to deliver the film’s familiar premise to a full lecture hall: “It is estimated most human beings only use 10 percent of the brain’s capacity. Imagine if we could access 100 percent. Interesting things begin to happen.” Johansson as Lucy, who has been kidnapped and implanted with mysterious drugs, becomes a test case for those interesting things, which seem to include even more impressive beatings and apparently some kind of Matrix-esque time-warping skills. Of course, the idea that “you only use 10 percent of your brain” is, indeed, 100 hundred percent bogus. Why has this myth persisted for so long, and when is it finally going to die? (via Humans Already Use Way, Way More Than 10 Percent of Their Brains - Sam McDougle - The Atlantic)

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(Source: wesleyaccola)

Jul 17 '14