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winna

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« : 04-28-2005 01:15 »

I was watching I, Roommate and bender smashes a fresh bottle of beer but no liquid comes out when he breaks it.  I have come to the conclusion that somehow the laws of physics that we know today no longer apply in the year 3000 or something.  Did you see that too?
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« #1 : 04-28-2005 04:32 »

nope
Colonel43

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« #2 : 04-28-2005 08:36 »

yeah sure laws of physics dont apply in the future.
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« #3 : 04-28-2005 08:37 »

Aw, of course we noticed winna. Don't feel bad. We wanted to leave you something to find for a change though. So....good job! Physics not in the year 3000, you say? Hm...interesting deduction.
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« #4 : 04-28-2005 08:49 »

the sarcasism is just flowing through this thred
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« #5 : 04-28-2005 08:50 »

I love sarcasm!
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« #6 : 04-28-2005 11:41 »

I'm unsure of the actual incident, but could it be a variation of the self-repairing cup from TCW?
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« #7 : 04-28-2005 11:53 »

I swear, people notice the littlest things...
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« #8 : 04-28-2005 16:59 »

nope, never saw it
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« #9 : 04-28-2005 18:19 »

The Laws of Physics will always exist, even in the future. (And they will always apply, even in the future.)
It was just a technical goof.
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« #10 : 04-29-2005 19:17 »

My scientific explanation for the situation is that the animators got lazy. Satisfied?
winna

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« #11 : 04-30-2005 18:52 »

Techynicalla goofs do not exist... the creators of futuramar are perfect in every way, 56hey are infallible!  No one can contradict, it's all true!
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« #12 : 04-30-2005 22:51 »

The laws of science have changed in the future. To name a few others:
-Speed of light increased.
-Smells can pass through the vacum of space.
-Fires can burn down shells deep underwater and cigars can stay lit there.
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« #13 : 04-30-2005 23:18 »

^In the 'Futurama' universe, yes. But assuming that everything was real (which it isn't), then it wouldn't be possible.
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« #14 : 05-01-2005 13:51 »

That's an odd thing to say. You might as well post the entire show as a goof, if you are to take the view that most of it isn't possible in real life.
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« #15 : 05-01-2005 16:31 »

 
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Originally posted by Colonel43:
the sarcasism is just flowing through this thred

And I see it hit your spelling.

  :D
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« #16 : 05-01-2005 18:20 »

 
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Originally posted by Hedonism Bot:
That's an odd thing to say. You might as well post the entire show as a goof, if you are to take the view that most of it isn't possible in real life.

Yeah, totally. The shading is way goofy- I don't look like that. Also, I don't have a black outline. What a crock!
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« #17 : 05-01-2005 19:19 »
« : 05-01-2005 19:19 »

Hedonism Bot: OK, then I will say it. The entire show would be a goof, if I took it literally. But I don't. I realize that the show was just messin' around. I'm just saying if taken literally, the Laws of Physics would not be able to change.

Or maybe I'm baised since I'm in a Physics class.
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« #18 : 05-02-2005 13:52 »

 
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Originally posted by winna:
Techynicalla goofs do not exist... the creators of futuramar are perfect in every way, 56hey are infallible!  No one can contradict, it's all true!
I'm sure the futuramar creators will be proud that you said technicalla goofs dont exist.

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« #19 : 05-03-2005 07:52 »

 
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Originally posted by Eyedol7513:
The Laws of Physics will always exist, even in the future.

no they don't, i have a time machine and i checked it out.
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« #20 : 05-04-2005 17:17 »

 
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Originally posted by Eyedol7513:
The Laws of Physics will always exist, even in the future.

Unless (for some unimaginable reason we can't conceive of) they stop.  But if they stop, we won't know about it, since our bodies depend on the laws of physics to function.  So from our point of view, the universe will simply end.

So the Laws of Physics will always exist, unless the universe of space-time as we know it ceases to exist.

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« #21 : 05-04-2005 18:49 »

That's not entirely true... there's not an insurmountable amount of proof that the laws of physics (as we have perceived them) really control anything.  There are several unknowns on how the universe itself works.... for example, gravity may just be a bi-product of some as-of-yet-unknown force.  Also, we might actually exist in a 4-dimensional spacial plane, but as we can only detect things in a 3-d aspect, one wouldn't be the wiser.
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« #22 : 05-05-2005 08:56 »

maybe the mmtrix has got us

(nah i'm just messin)
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« #23 : 05-06-2005 05:35 »
« : 05-06-2005 05:35 »

Wizards! Its always the wizards if something odd happens blame it on the wizards,
or my theory, 'Cartoon laws of physics' is what I call it
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« #24 : 05-08-2005 03:34 »

oh sure, blame the wizards
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« #25 : 05-08-2005 05:13 »

 
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Originally posted by winna:
I was watching I, Roommate and bender smashes a fresh bottle of beer but no liquid comes out when he breaks it.

[Steering the good ship PEEL back on topic]

Surely it was just an empty brown bottle?!
 :confused:
winna

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« #26 : 05-08-2005 22:15 »

with the cap screwed on tight, right?
Jicannon

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« #27 : 05-09-2005 08:49 »

Nah, the animators obviously forgot something. Man, this show bites
Shiny

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« #28 : 05-10-2005 18:58 »

My mom once got an empty, sealed, Coke can from a machine, a mistake that escaped the factory undetected.  Maybe the beer bottle was like that.
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« #29 : 05-10-2005 21:04 »

we do exist in a 4D universe.
Jicannon

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« #30 : 05-10-2005 22:08 »

...*slowly backs away from the thread*
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« #31 : 05-10-2005 23:12 »

length, width, height, time.
winna

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« #32 : 05-11-2005 00:32 »

No, I specified, 4 spacial dimensions.... time is not of a spacial relation... it's a scientific dimension used to describe an object in relative 3 dimensional space.  :rolleyes:
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« #33 : 05-11-2005 01:22 »

We have, as of yet, no way to prove weather there are more dimensions or not. All we have are weird but beautifull theories. All hail String Theory, dammit. Anyway, since we do not comprehend the laws of Physics, we can not know they never change. In fact, they may be at it right now...

 And in a less then serious attemt to bring us back on topic: Wow, thats like, groovie, dude. Like. Wow, didn´t notice that.
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« #34 : 05-11-2005 04:43 »

That's because he drank it
chay´s head

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« #35 : 05-11-2005 07:26 »

 
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Originally posted by winna:
with the cap screwed on tight, right?

Shiny

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« #36 : 05-11-2005 13:14 »

The Coke can was sealed and unpopped and perfectly empty.  When I finally convinced my mom to open it (so I could use it for an art project) it was clean as a whistle inside.  It never had any liquid in it.

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« #37 : 05-11-2005 21:15 »

very sorry, winna. didn't notice the spacial part.a thousand pardons, sahib. ass.(kidding! feel the love my man.)
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« #38 : 05-23-2005 18:30 »

 
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Originally posted by winna:
I was watching I, Roommate and bender smashes a fresh bottle of beer but no liquid comes out when he breaks it.  I have come to the conclusion that somehow the laws of physics that we know today no longer apply in the year 3000 or something.  Did you see that too?

You must be mistaken...bender would never smash a full bottle of beer. you must be delusinol  :puke:

GreyThinkyWhale

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« #39 : 05-23-2005 19:03 »

Have you seen the episode??? He smashes it because he doesn't have the will to live after moving out of Fry's apartment. He goes to take a sip and says "Why bother?" and smashes it against the floor. That's probably the only exception to what you said C99 though...
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