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1. Gods honest truth my prom song was “If”, by bread.

2. Originally Posted by Bostongambler
Gods honest truth my prom song was “If”, by bread.
Weird, my prom song was "Bread" by If.

3. Caaaaaaaarlohhhhhs Aaaaaaaaaaalllcaraaaaaaazzz!!!!!!

4. 🤔 🤔 🤔

5. My bad BG, many know him as Taylor Lautner...

6. Dayum

That snake was like…

7. Fuk guys.

We need synchronized clocks to measure the one way speed of light.

But we need to know the one speed of light in order to syncrhonize our clocks.

Fuk.

8. Keep us posted KVB

9. I'm confused.

10. Nasher we seem to think we know the speed of light but the truth is we've never actually measured it one way.

Because we can't.

Instead, we turn on the light, start a clock, then the light hits a mirror and comes back to us. We measure the round trip and divide by 2.

But we are making a big, untested assumption that the light travels the same speed both ways.

What if it travels twice the known speed of light away from us, but makes the trip back instantaneaously?

We have know way of knowing that what I just wrote isn't true as the math works out the same in both cases.

Fuk.

What the fuk are we gonna do?

Fuk.

11. Fuk it.

Let's dance.

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12. Originally Posted by KVB
Nasher we seem to think we know the speed of light but the truth is we've never actually measured it one way.

Because we can't.

Instead, we turn on the light, start a clock, then the light hits a mirror and comes back to us. We measure the round trip and divide by 2.

But we are making a big, untested assumption that the light travels the same speed both ways.

What if it travels twice the known speed of light away from us, but makes the trip back instantaneaously?

We have know way of knowing that what I just wrote isn't true as the math works out the same in both cases.

Fuk.

What the fuk are we gonna do?

Fuk.
If two objects travel toward each other at the speed of light what is their collision velocity?

13. Originally Posted by KVB
Nasher we seem to think we know the speed of light but the truth is we've never actually measured it one way.

Because we can't.

Instead, we turn on the light, start a clock, then the light hits a mirror and comes back to us. We measure the round trip and divide by 2.

But we are making a big, untested assumption that the light travels the same speed both ways.

What if it travels twice the known speed of light away from us, but makes the trip back instantaneaously?

We have know way of knowing that what I just wrote isn't true as the math works out the same in both cases.

Fuk.

What the fuk are we gonna do?

Fuk.
It’s true. We have know way of knowing.

14. Originally Posted by Optional
If two objects travel toward each other at the speed of light what is their collision velocity?
That's a trick question, you can't have a collision because the objects have no mass at the speed of light.
(I learned this from a science professor who was big on Sir Isaac Newton, his three laws of motion and all that)

For argument sake, suppose both objects did have mass at the speed of light both objects (if they indeed have mass) colliding both would be driven backwards at the speed of the light

I think that's correct, come on Opti it's Monday morning, you're making me think on a Monday morning, it hurts to think on a Monday morning.

Tell me why I don't like Monday's.
(Love the song, love the video, can't stomach Bob Geldof though)
I want to shoot the whole day down.

I can't believe Geldof and the Rats just released a new album, he must be 1000 years old now.
It's actually a very good album, NME has a two hour weekly podcast, they played a few cuts from it.
Love Boomtown Rats, can't stomach Geldof though.

Here's a slick question for you that aforementioned science prof threw at us for two points of extra credit.
If you have a 120 gallon vacuum and you're pumping air into it at a rate of 3.4 gallons per minute, how long would it take to pump in half the vacuum with air?

15. 259.41 minutes?

I didn't know the answer to my question btw, was just wondering.

16. Originally Posted by Optional
259.41 minutes?

I didn't know the answer to my question btw, was just wondering.
Trick question, you can't half a vacuum half full of air.

Hey, you want to hear something tasty, and how can you not love this quirky video.
This is one of my favorite pop songs ever, this band "Love Affair" had their moments in the UK in the 60's.
Steve Ellis, the great vocalist Steve Ellis pays homage to "Everlasting Love" which has been covered at least 1000 times from 1000 different bands, including a great pop band from Australia back in the day, "Town Criers"

Take three minutes, tell me this doesn't brighten up your day.

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17. Originally Posted by stevenash
That's a trick question, you can't have a collision because the objects have no mass at the speed of light.
(I learned this from a science professor who was big on Sir Isaac Newton, his three laws of motion and all that)

For argument sake, suppose both objects did have mass at the speed of light both objects (if they indeed have mass) colliding both would be driven backwards at the speed of the light

I think that's correct, come on Opti it's Monday morning, you're making me think on a Monday morning, it hurts to think on a Monday morning.

Tell me why I don't like Monday's.
(Love the song, love the video, can't stomach Bob Geldof though)
I want to shoot the whole day down.

I can't believe Geldof and the Rats just released a new album, he must be 1000 years old now.
It's actually a very good album, NME has a two hour weekly podcast, they played a few cuts from it.
Love Boomtown Rats, can't stomach Geldof though.

Here's a slick question for you that aforementioned science prof threw at us for two points of extra credit.
If you have a 120 gallon vacuum and you're pumping air into it at a rate of 3.4 gallons per minute, how long would it take to pump in half the vacuum with air?

Did you know that song is about a girl that shot up her school? I’m the same with Geldof, little to odd for me. But, I do like ‘Up All Night’ though.

18. Even Bono and U2 covered it.

19. 175 pts

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20. Originally Posted by MaltedHopsFrenzy

Did you know that song is about a girl that shot up her school? I’m the same with Geldof, little to odd for me. But, I do like ‘Up All Night’ though.

Yep, San Diego teenage girl went bat shit crazy.

Her brain wiring went screwy, and she decided to play sniper.

Geldof did a nice job at Live Aid with his band too on that song.
I respect Geldof, I just don't like him.

21. Detachable Penis

22. Daggles?

Caption this picture.

23. Originally Posted by stevenash
Daggles?

Caption this picture.

Instead of captioning it I will just show you what happened 30 seconds later.

24. ^
Admit it, you'd motorboat Maryann's bitties all night long.

25. Originally Posted by stevenash
^
Admit it, you'd motorboat Maryann's bitties all night long.
100%
175 pts

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175 pts

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26. 100%

27. I was always MaryAnn over Ginger. Could you imagine a mound of bright orange Ronald McDonald pubes staring you in the face?!?!

Ugh, gross. No thanks.

28. ___

29. NCAAF

20220917/SMU/Maryland Under 69.5
20220917/Georgia Southern/UAB Under 56.5
20220917/Fresno State/USC Under 71.5

got a plumbing leak

30. Horsey's -6.5 ftw

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