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Post  DarkFalco on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:37 am

ok as a major lover of anything science related i decided to start a thread on it to discuss ideas/theories etc. and because i liked debating on things. so to start out why don't we talk about ground up vs. tree down theory relating to archaeopteryx. (raya this is for you =P) I personally believe more in the tree down theory. So the question is, what do you think? if you don't know what this is look it up you might find something of interest.

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Post  xXkawai_baka_420Xx on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:42 am

i think large hardon colider is a prety cool guy eh kils all the switzerland and dosnt afraid of anything.


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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  DarkFalco on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:44 am

Faw-Bee wrote:i think large hardon colider is a prety cool guy eh kils all the switzerland and dosnt afraid of anything.

thanks fobby...wrong thread...don't get it locked already will you? Evil or Very Mad

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Post  xXkawai_baka_420Xx on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:47 am

What. It's related to science.

In other news, I think science is complete utter faggotry because my friend frequently quotes Quantam Physics and other, "Science jokes." You know them. "Obey Gravity, It's the law." etc. etc.

Yay. Science.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  DarkFalco on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:51 am

Faw-Bee wrote:What. It's related to science.

In other news, I think science is complete utter faggotry because my friend frequently quotes Quantam Physics and other, "Science jokes." You know them. "Obey Gravity, It's the law." etc. etc.

Yay. Science.

well at least this is science related......anyone else other than fobby? PLEASE?

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Avalanche on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:54 am

sorry, more of a psychology guy. is it considered a science?

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  DarkFalco on Wed Jan 20, 2010 8:55 am

yeah i'd say its a form of science. but you could always look up the little critter lol might learn something new Razz

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Blue Madness on Wed Jan 20, 2010 9:02 am

DarkFalco wrote:anyone else other than fobby? PLEASE?
Actually, I wanted to talk to you about this... How many members do you think will make any contribution to this thread whatsoever? I mean, not a lot of people know this much about science. I'm not saying you can't talk about science here, but I think very few people will.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  TheTJ on Wed Jan 20, 2010 10:04 am

Meh, it's the internet. There's always a good chance you'll find someone REALLY Sciency (Yes, I know it's not a word. I don't care.)

Myself, I've always been interested in Black holes, "White holes", Anti-matter and the like. But I'm no expert of course.


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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Avalanche on Wed Jan 20, 2010 10:40 am

black holes and stuff is freakin interesting. Too bad its way to complicated for my fragile little mind. Studying psychologie leaves me with a moral dillema. Shall I use it for my own sake? I mean, I already use it to help people....shall I use it to trap or take advantage of people for my own motives as well.....Oow well, uncle Ben said it best. "With great power etc etc"

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Serras-Kai on Wed Jan 20, 2010 11:54 am

I like the Schrodinger cat and other world theories myself. That's some trippy stuff.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  JGH27 on Wed Jan 20, 2010 12:14 pm

Avalanche91 wrote:uncle Ben said it best. "With great power etc etc"

pass the ketchup? Razz

As far as science, it's been a long time since I've done anything learning or discussion wise about it

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Raya on Wed Jan 20, 2010 12:19 pm

DarkFalco wrote:so to start out why don't we talk about ground up vs. tree down theory relating to archaeopteryx. (raya this is for you =P) I personally believe more in the tree down theory.

Pretty much what I thought when I saw the thread XD

100% behind the tree-down theory myself (for reasonings see my post here). The ground-up theory has the early proto-birds (feathered dinosaurs) catching their prey by chasing after it and flinging their arms wide, using their feathers as blinds to stop it escaping. Although this has some merit (the slashing motion of a raptor's arms is the exact same movement as a bird's flapping), it still boils down to 'one day a dinosaur was running around flapping its arms and started to fly!". Which is stupid.

A middle ground theory has recently cropped up, proposing that the proto-birds used their wings to pounce on prey from higher ground/trees. Makes far more sense than ground-up, but it's still tree-down for me.


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In other news, I think science is complete utter faggotry because my friend frequently quotes Quantam Physics and other, "Science jokes." You know them. "Obey Gravity, It's the law." etc. etc.

Quantum physics isn't proper science. It's a bunch of people going "Man, this stuff is WEIRD. I dunno, lol" Razz

Seriously, I can't get my head round this quantum malarky. Different dimensions being the result of string vibrations I get, but everything else goes way over my head. Although the stuff about apparently 'psychic' molecules is very interesting...

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  JGH27 on Wed Jan 20, 2010 12:31 pm

I don't understand these 2 theories, but I'd like to learn about it.

I used to be fascinated by dinosaurs, even have a tooth in a small box somewhere. That and Greek, Egypt mythology always fascinated me.

So what are the main points to these thories?

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Bugman on Wed Jan 20, 2010 1:52 pm

There's too thing I know about science: E=MC2 and Large Hardon Collider.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  JGH27 on Wed Jan 20, 2010 1:55 pm

BY2K wrote:There's too thing I know about science: E=MCvagina and Large Hardon Collider.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  DarkFalco on Wed Jan 20, 2010 2:01 pm

yes....who mods the mods when they get off track eh? XD

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It's confirmed; An asteroid killed the Dinosaurs.

Post  Bugman on Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:25 am

http://www.universetoday.com/2010/03/04/scientists-come-to-a-conclusion-asteroid-killed-the-dinosaurs/

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  MENTOK the MINDTAKER on Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:33 am

Intriguing. study

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Blue Madness on Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:38 am

Why would you make a new thread for that in a gaming forum is beyond me. Merged.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Bugman on Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:40 am

I posted that in the gaming forums?

That wasn't what I wanted to do. Sorry.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Blue Madness on Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:46 am

Not in "the" gaming forums, in a forum, this, that since the series is over, has the obvious closest thing as it's main focus: games. What I meant is that, if these boards were about science, this could warrant it's own thread, but in one that's mostly about games and it's users are gamers, this should probably go in a pre-existing thread (like this one, or the Whatever thread if this didn't exist) instead of having it's own topic.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Bugman on Sun Mar 07, 2010 7:49 am

Oh. Got it.

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Vivian Vex on Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:32 am

i find studying psychology a lot of fun most of the time. when people are lieing, how you can tell a person feels by looking. random stuff about the Subconscious and conscious mind interact with each other

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Re: discussion on science related issues

Post  Avalanche on Sun Mar 07, 2010 8:34 am

being psychology students ftw ^^

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