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ID: bca6ca 0 No. 13788 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  2011 is a good year for science
>> ID: 40abf8 0 No. 13790
Ain't exactly thermoptic As Told by Ginger cosplayuflage since anyone using it would show up as a bright heat source. But it's a start.
>> ID: 8ccce8 0 No. 13794
>>13790

This is the dumbest wordfilter I've ever seen. Camoflague seriously camo? Who is it in kalkin's staff that keeps making wordfilters based on words only I use?
>> ID: 8ccce8 0 No. 13795
>>13790
>>13794

oh god what is this? Time for an experiment.
>> ID: 8ccce8 0 No. 13796
Camo camoflague

this wordfilter is stupid.


ID: 26667c 0 No. 13778 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  so its more efficient, as bright as the sun, and uses plasma

what's not to like?
>> ID: e1b338 0 No. 13779
I can't wait for the douchebags who drive around with the super bright headlights to get their hands on these.
>> ID: f3981b 1 No. 13780
i can't wait to put these in my truck and blinding people in compacts with them.

waiting for surefire to release a taclight with plasma bulbs so i can too sport the shrine of apollo just like in my favorite videogame Fall of the Lich King
>> ID: 5d93fd 0 No. 13781
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13781
Now everyone can have their own Sun.
>> ID: 687867 0 No. 13782
looks like another obama cancer causing population control device to me


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13656 ID: 6b9f76 0 No. 13656 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
Windows 8 Blue Screen.

http://www.networkworld.com/community/blog/blue-screen-death-gets-new-life-windows-8?source=NWWNLE_nlt_daily_pm_2011-09-14
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>> ID: f4f7b2 2 No. 13703
It's a perfectly good decision. All relevant data for advanced users is still accessible in the log file as always, and now unexperienced users actually get an instruction on what they're supposed to do with the screen (google the error code). People who whine about this are utterly stupid!
>> ID: 79db94 -1 No. 13707
>>13657

>friendlier

ubuntu user detected
>> ID: fa477a 0 No. 13773
>>13659
Don't worry. It will.
>> ID: 2bb970 0 No. 13776
>>13665
Here here
>> ID: 8ec892 0 No. 13777
>>13776
*hear


ID: dfa772 0 No. 13766 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  http://lancasteronline.com/article/local/438712_When-these-guys-say-NeverWet-----they-mean-it.html
>> ID: 9e0c51 1 No. 13768
So how would you swim with this if you had it on a wet suit or something?
>> ID: 4cc1c2 0 No. 13769
>>13768

very very fast
>> ID: f012e4 1 No. 13771
>>13769
FINALLY! MY DREAMS OF PRETENDING TO BE A DOLPHIN IN MY WET SUIT IS DRAWING CLOSER.


ID: 33bb0f 0 No. 13753 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2057423/Multicopter-1-man-flying-space-hopper-air-car-future.html?ito=feeds-newsxml
>> ID: 059eca 0 No. 13754
is that a space hopper attached to the bottom
>> ID: 2a39b6 0 No. 13764
>>13754

It's the landing gear suspension of the future.
>> ID: 7ed178 0 No. 13765
when ride alone you're riding with hitler


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8811 ID: 9a0c7b 2 No. 8811 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
I need a new keyboard for video games. What's a good one?
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>> ID: 3aaee7 0 No. 13749
>>13747
>without the annoying click of a typist’s keyboard.
dealbreaker
>> ID: a118d8 0 No. 13750
>>13748
whats that
>> ID: e0644b 0 No. 13752
>>8855
your keyboard sucks i can tell from that "Q" typo
>> ID: 77be47 0 No. 13755
>>13750
http://pckeyboards.stores.yahoo.net/on10.html
>> ID: a299ec 0 No. 13756
>>13755
>>13748
looks like a piece of shit


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13671 ID: d61aec 0 No. 13671 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-15017484
>Puzzling results from Cern, home of the LHC, have confounded physicists - because it appears subatomic particles have exceeded the speed of light.
>The result - which threatens to upend a century of physics - will be put online for scrutiny by other scientists.
>"We tried to find all possible explanations for this," said report author Antonio Ereditato of the Opera collaboration.
>"We wanted to find a mistake - trivial mistakes, more complicated mistakes, or nasty effects - and we didn't," he told BBC News.
>"When you don't find anything, then you say 'Well, now I'm forced to go out and ask the community to scrutinise this.'"
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>> ID: 9dcd9a 0 No. 13736
>>13734

Correct me if I'm wrong, but isn't the speed of light supposed to stay constant regardless of your point of reference?
>> ID: 95b055 0 No. 13737
>>13736
gravity affects the speed of light, see black holes. It is also only constant in a perfect vacuum, which space is not.
>> ID: aca6f7 -1 No. 13738
>>13736

Yes, it's supposed to. However, time moves slower for an observer who is in a moving frame of reference. Since light still travels the same speed the person in that frame of reference perceives light to actually move faster. That kind of discrepancy is calculated out using relativity in the final result. So the only possible answers right now are: 1. Neutrinos can access dimensions we can't perceive and can skip space along their path of travel to arrive places faster or 2. their calculations are incorrect.
>> ID: ce1268 1 No. 13739
or God
>> ID: 3c8b7f 0 No. 13744
>>13739

this. looks like you just got genesis'd sciencefags...


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13740 ID: 30758b 0 No. 13740 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
http://desertification.wordpress.com/2006/11/19/remarkable-reforestation-in-burkina-faso/ for some more images
>> ID: 30758b 0 No. 13741
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13741
http://www.terracottem.com/eng/index.php for some details on the gel, called TerraCottem


ID: e6c1df 0 No. 13720 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
  Whoa, just look at this
>> ID: 7e4e41 0 No. 13721
  Also don't forget this!
ENHANCE
>> ID: d383f2 0 No. 13722
Holy shit this is cool.
>> ID: 0f9f31 0 No. 13723
the first one isnt that new is it? im sure ive seen stuff similar to this done before elsewhere. arent there even cameras already out with several lenses (to take photos from slightly different perspectives so they can build a 3D scene) that can do similar shit on the actual camera?

the deblurring thing is a new one on me though, but i dont follow this kinda shit

both p cool either way
>> ID: de448a 0 No. 13724
>>13723
the effects he's pulling off are generated from a single camera with footage from one vantage point
>> ID: 4c289e -1 No. 13725
WOAH DUDE THAT'S LIKE BLADERUNNER


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13708 ID: c581e0 0 No. 13708 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
who else disappoint?
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>> ID: cac46f 0 No. 13713
http://isstevejobsdead.net/
>> ID: f2d441 -1 No. 13714
And nothing of value was lost.
>> ID: 42cdeb 1 No. 13715
Disappointment implies expectations not being met. This was pretty much expected.
>> ID: 6c9b51 0 No. 13716
>>13715
>implying your expectations were met
>> ID: c6c970 1 No. 13718
>>13716
I expected something unimpressive. Expectations were met.


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13676 ID: c01ecd 0 No. 13676 hide watch expand quickreply [Reply]
i need a new wireless router for my laptop and ipad which ones do you people use if any and are they good
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>> ID: 90c4d5 1 No. 13688
actually, seems like they already did
http://www.amazon.com/Cisco-Linksys-WRT160NL-Wireless-N-Broadband-Compatible/dp/B0028N6VLE/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1316887903&sr=8-1

$75 tho, pricey considering u can prob get a wireless n router that supports dd-wrt for half that
>> ID: 3d1074 -1 No. 13689
>>13688
huh weird i'm not familiar with this, and it's deactivated on newegg? hmm
>> ID: 4db71d 0 No. 13704
>>13683
I own this, 1-month continuous uptime so far. Worth all the monies.
>> ID: 7b792a 0 No. 13705
>>13683
WRT54G was good hardware for the time but a little aged for 2011.

Go for the Buffalo WZR-HP-G300 instead, it has a faster processor, N wireless and well is supported with OpenWRT.
>> ID: 856b6e -1 No. 13706
>>13705
yes I need a faster processor on my router... if it cant play crysis why waste the money?


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13699 ID: da2c6a 0 No. 13699 hide watch quickreply [Reply]
>> ID: 86595d 0 No. 13700
Stop trying to convince me to not get the 570gt
>> ID: 7b3fb9 0 No. 13701
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13701
dont mind me just having a 580 thats silent as a motherfucker
>> ID: 7b3fb9 0 No. 13702
generally though, twin frozr is the answer


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