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Old 2013-04-17, 20:04   Link #1881
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Bravo, professor. An absolutely critical finding for society!

[/though I think women actually argue that not using sports bras during exercises and other activities is a *pain*]
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Old 2013-04-18, 05:40   Link #1882
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I know what will be my thesis subject now.

"Difference in biochemistry reactions at the level of breasts on women between 7 and 77 years old depending whether they go commando or not"

I need some subjects, anybody to volunteer? There will be a need to come in Paris and to show the up-part of the body, but do not worry, everything is for science! There's no lustful thoughts in me at all.
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Old 2013-04-18, 06:05   Link #1883
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I dunno man, your number is a bit...well, broad

It's entirely way too high on the high end, and on the low end you're more likely to have the police with angry faces show up instead
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Old 2013-04-18, 13:34   Link #1884
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I dunno...
In all those nature people where they don't have bras (and often cloth), like native south americans living in the jungle or african tribes, all the women above ~20 have their breasts sagging towards their belly level and beyond.
>_>

The study needs some further investigstion.
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Old 2013-04-18, 13:37   Link #1885
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I dunno...
In all those nature people where they don't have bras (and often cloth), like native south americans living in the jungle or african tribes, all the women above ~20 have their breasts sagging towards their belly level and beyond.
>_>

The study needs some further investigstion.
Hands on Investigation.
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Old 2013-04-21, 20:55   Link #1886
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New U.S. rocket blasts off from Virginia launch pad:

"A privately owned rocket built in partnership with NASA to haul cargo to the
International Space Station blasted off on Sunday for a debut test flight from a new
commercial spaceport in Virginia.

The 13-story Antares rocket, developed and flown by Orbital Sciences Corp, lifted off
at 5 p.m. EDT (2100 GMT) from a Virginia-owned and operated launch pad at NASA's
Wallops Flight Facility on Wallops Island, Virginia."

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http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/...s&feedType=RSS
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Old 2013-04-22, 01:23   Link #1887
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good to see the Antare's maiden flight was a success, moar space rockets are always good
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Old 2013-04-22, 09:59   Link #1888
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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/hunt-for-ma...092707749.html

How will the colonists spend their time? Build sand castles? With all that time and nothing to do, I suppose they might contemplate starting a war with each other. Nothing beats the real life version of Call of Duty.
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Old 2013-04-22, 10:12   Link #1889
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http://uk.news.yahoo.com/hunt-for-ma...092707749.html

How will the colonists spend their time? Build sand castles? With all that time and nothing to do, I suppose they might contemplate starting a war with each other. Nothing beats the real life version of Call of Duty.
Even if it's a one way trip, how are they going to colonize it beyond the base camp? Even that's going to cost a ridiculous amount of money and resources. Setting up anything else? I'm not sure who would be willing to go on a one way trip without a real clear plan of how to survive and flourish.

Not that I'd be surprised if there were volunteers, but the pool of people willing to do it probably isn't the best and the brightest, if you catch my meaning.
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Old 2013-04-22, 12:06   Link #1890
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I don't think colonizing Mars is a good idea: its a shitty planet: Its atmosphere cannot sustain human life, half the planet becomes frozen during winter times, its soil probably doesn't grow even the toughest weed we got on planet earth.. sending someone to Mars is just a suicide mission for ego. You can emulate a colonization project on a Earth-like planet right here on Earth. I believe China has already emulated a year-long trip of isolation among a small crew.

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What if:
You are chosen as the candidate due to your superior genetic traits, and is sent to colonize a planet with 12 attractive girls covering various spectrums: your childhood friend, a loli, an ojousama, a tsundere, etc... on a giant vessel running on a mix of solar and nuclear power, has sustainable life support with its own miniature farm.......
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Old 2013-04-22, 12:17   Link #1891
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One of the points of colonizing Mars had been the idea that, short of the sun dying, no single planetary incident will destroy all of humanity.

Colonies even on our own planet have rocky histories. Trial and error was common. For every Plymoth or Jamestown there was a Roanoke.
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Old 2013-04-22, 15:13   Link #1892
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I don't think colonizing Mars is a good idea: its a shitty planet: Its atmosphere cannot sustain human life, half the planet becomes frozen during winter times, its soil probably doesn't grow even the toughest weed we got on planet earth.. sending someone to Mars is just a suicide mission for ego. You can emulate a colonization project on a Earth-like planet right here on Earth. I believe China has already emulated a year-long trip of isolation among a small crew.
What if there are interesting ores underground? That would make it worthwhile to mine maybe. Same thing goes for other potential places in the solar system.

Heck, maybe we'll eventually find a way to turn Venus into a liveable environment or something.

I for one hope that Humanity will one day be able to spread to other planetary bodies either in or out of the solar system. Maybe even some space colonies. Then we can build gundams!
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Old 2013-04-22, 16:45   Link #1893
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I don't think any "reasonable" amount of "logical" ore can really justify such an expedition to Mars - most of which we can already find on Earth, and rare stuff in an unstable state shouldn't be able to be found "naturally" in mass quantities anyway.

Would you rather try digging somewhere on Mars or just dig deeper into the Earth even if you have to start on ocean floor?
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Old 2013-04-22, 17:03   Link #1894
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I'd rather start to head outwards actually.
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Old 2013-04-22, 17:06   Link #1895
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New U.S. rocket blasts off from Virginia launch pad:
Y'know, I didn't even know about that launch location. Good to know.

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Also:

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Apply Now For A One-Way Trip To Mars

Mars One has begun accepting video applications for a mission to colonize the red planet in 2023.
http://www.popsci.com/science/articl...src=SOC&dom=fb

Wanna move to Mars? Or even get away from this planet? Here's a chance.

Personally, how about an old fashioned method?
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Old 2013-04-23, 07:42   Link #1896
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Cray Claims The Fastest Supercomputing Crown With The NVIDIA-Powered Titan

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For those following advances in supercomputing, the past 18 months have been pretty exciting. In June of 2011, Fujitsu’s “K” supercomputer claimed the “world’s fastest” crown even before it was finished.Then it was supplanted a year later by IBM‘s Sequoia supercomputer. Now a third country has taken the supercomputer crown: Cray‘s Titan at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory. That’s according to the “official” record – the Top 500 list, which is updated every six months, and has been for the past 20 years.
The basic architecture of Titan is a CPU-GPU hybrid. The system contains 18,688 nodes, with each node containing an AMD 16-core Opteron and a NVIDIA Tesla K20X GPU accelerator. That’s a total of 560,640 processors. Powered with that hardware, the Titan achieved 17.59 quadrillion operations per second (Petaflop/s) on the Linpack benchmark. The Sequoia achieved 16.32 Petaflop/s and the K supercomputer hit 10.5 Petaflop/s.
http://www.forbes.com/sites/alexknap...powered-titan/
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Old 2013-04-23, 19:46   Link #1897
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Scientists Have 3D-Printed Mini Human Livers for the First Time Ever:

"The dream of one day completely doing away with frustratingly long transplant lists
in favor of made to order, 3D-printed organs is closer to becoming a reality.
Scientists at Organovo in San Diego have, for the very first time, been able to 3D
print tiny replicas of human livers."

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http://gizmodo.com/5995271/scientist...irst-time-ever
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Old 2013-04-24, 22:20   Link #1898
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Here’s Your New and Improved Hundred Dollar Bill:

"The Federal Reserve is making it rain new hundred dollar bills on October 8, 2013.
They're more colorful, more secure, and easier to authenticate, but harder to
replicate. Here's everything that's changed."

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http://gizmodo.com/5995338/heres-you...ed-dollar-bill
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Old 2013-04-25, 07:30   Link #1899
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That is god awfully ugly.
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Old 2013-04-25, 07:38   Link #1900
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I believe the Constitution has a segment prohibiting the creation of ugly currency.
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