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TheLampIncident

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« #40 : 07-31-2006 14:11 »

Hahahaha! I should read On-Topic more often.

 
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That may well be the sickest thing I've ever heard in my life, what the fuck is wrong with you? Talking about retards being gang raped doesn't impress anyone, who cares how long you've been here, your going to get banned. You're pathetic, go kill yourself.

I love you.

 
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as for you "lamp" I have this to say: YOU SUCK AND FOR LASHING OUT AT AN INNOCENT YOU ARE NOW ONE OF THE WORST PEOPLE EVER! JERK!!!

 :laff:  :laff:  :laff:

 
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My DAD was stood behind me when I read that and deemed PEEL as a bad influence on my development as a natural  HUMNAN  being.

That rules. I hope he makes you stop posting.

 
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YOU STILL SUCK, YOU KNOW!!!!!!!!

Without even saying anything I racked up two replies from you. You're my new favorite poster.
Chug a Bug

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« #41 : 07-31-2006 14:25 »
« : 07-31-2006 14:25 »

   
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Originally posted by SpaceCase:
Nibbler's waste is not neutronium, nor even degenerate matter, but dark matter!
IIRC, in one of the first season DVD featurettes, MG or DXC mentioned that they chose dark matter exactly because it was poorly understood!

[*Sigh*]
Gawd! I am such] a geek!

      :rolleyes:

Yeah I know I was just nitpicking your earlier post.

Dark matter is called "dark" precisely because it doesn't interact with other particles, it can't be ordinarily detected, doesn't emit radiation and it only makes it presence known due to it's gravity. It just passes straight through the Earth as if it wasn't there.

The point of all this is that Dark Matter was chosen by MG and DXC precisely because it's poorly understood. Which is as good a fudge as any.

Just like most other science on Futurama it should to be taken with a mountain-sized pinch of salt, don't take any of it too seriously. It's just a joke!
SpaceCase

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« #42 : 07-31-2006 22:09 »
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Originally posted by Chug a Bug:
Dark matter is called "dark" precisely because it doesn't interact with other particles...
Ah, no. It can't be directly observed by astronomical means; IE. it doesn't emit light, making it "dark" matter. 
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... it can't be ordinarily detected...
In other words we agree?   ;) 
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... it only makes it presence known due to it's gravity.
That's how the Astronomers/ Cosmologists inferred its existance in the first place. 
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... It just passes straight through the Earth as if it wasn't there.
Um... what passes straight through the Earth? Dark matter? Dark matter radiation? Dark matter Gravity? What? 
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    Yeah I know I was just nitpicking your earlier post.
Abd I'm returning the favor...   :D

Sounds like we're agreeing more than not.   :flirt:
If anyone needs me, I'll be under my rock...
Ralph Snart

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« #43 : 08-01-2006 03:53 »
« : 08-01-2006 03:53 »

::shakes head::

I thought that I was a geek for owning a Star Trek 'red jacket' outfit (from the ST movies 2-6) and for having debated 'Kirk vs Picard' on the old FIDOnet and WWIV BBS's (before the internet), but serious discussions on the weight of Nibbler's by-product makes me realize that there are bigger nerds than me in the world..

And that's a good thing   :love:

P.S.  Don't let Lampy get under your skin - he's hurling himself at neckbreak speed towards an IP ban.
totalnerd undercanada

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« #44 : 08-01-2006 08:00 »

Or a prison sentence if he carries on raping retards. After all, everything that anybody says on the internet is a literal truth applicable to every aspect of their daily lives.  :rolleyes:
Xanfor

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« #45 : 08-01-2006 08:59 »

Oooo, a thread about Nibbler's poop got to it's second page. Let's keep it up, people!  ;)

And come on Ralph. We are nerds. What did you expect, weird people who stand up stiff, wear sailing hats and have moustaches, goatees and large halos around their heads? That's the crazyest thing I've ever heard seen!

SpaceCase

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« #46 : 08-01-2006 10:46 »

 
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Originally posted by Ralph Snart:
... serious discussions on the weight of Nibbler's by-product...
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
Oooo, a thread about Nibbler's poop...
And here I thought we were discussing the differences between degenerate matter and dark matter.  :hmpf:
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... And come on Ralph. We are nerds.
Nerds, geeks, dweeb's, sordid assorted nonconformists, misfits, and malcontents...  :D
  :rolleyes:
Xanfor

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« #47 : 08-01-2006 10:53 »

You forgot politically incorrect.  ;)

SpaceCase

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« #48 : 08-01-2006 10:59 »
« : 08-06-2006 22:00 »

 
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Originally posted by Xanfor:
You forgot politically incorrect.   ;)
Actually not: I intentionally omitted it.

Now, could we please get back to the matter at hand?    :D
Xanfor

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« #49 : 08-01-2006 11:16 »

You're being rather dark...  :D

tyraniak

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« #50 : 08-01-2006 11:21 »

yes, lets not poo poo the subject
SpaceCase

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« #51 : 08-01-2006 13:00 »

>.<

D'oh!
Me and my great flapping gums...  :rolleyes:

Well, we're proving beyond any doubt something I've believed for a long time:

The pun is the lowest form of humor!

Now, I'm going to do everyone the best favor I can.

[*SC bites own tongue*]  :p
Chug a Bug

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« #52 : 08-01-2006 14:43 »
« : 08-01-2006 14:43 »

       
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Originally posted by SpaceCase:
If anyone needs me, I'll be under my rock...

Hehe I think I'll join you        :)

       
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Originally posted by Ralph Snart:
::shakes head::

I thought that I was a geek for owning a Star Trek 'red jacket' outfit (from the ST movies 2-6) and for having debated 'Kirk vs Picard' on the old FIDOnet and WWIV BBS's (before the internet), but serious discussions on the weight of Nibbler's by-product makes me realize that there are bigger nerds than me in the world..

And that's a good thing          :love:

You have an ST jacket? Much respect fella. Kirk v. Picard is always good.        ;)
Xanfor

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« #53 : 08-01-2006 14:48 »

I'll be looking foward to reading some of my later fanfics, Chuggy.  ;)

(Runs around in circles humming the 'Blackadder' theme)

Bend-aid

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« #54 : 08-02-2006 23:18 »

(sigh) Oh well, why should I even bother trying to diss TheLampIncident. After all We're so much better then he is, he's just a immature child. Well i guess you just cant get trough to some people.
TriggerHappyJim

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« #55 : 08-04-2006 19:32 »

Damn, can someone email me that post? It sounds mind blowing.
shinyass

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« #56 : 08-05-2006 15:02 »

People, please. You need to stop fighting before i force a 747 staright into your asses
Cardinal Gorkon

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« #57 : 08-07-2006 07:22 »

I think everyone's forgetting that in 2208 the speed of light was raised to enable smoother plotline progression for the writing staff.

Since Mass and Energy are related through C, matter now contains more energy, is less massive than it once was, or both.  Nibler's fec-o-matter may simply not be as heavy as it once would have been.
soylentOrange

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« #58 : 08-07-2006 07:23 »

 :puke: Ok Shinyass, now there was a mental picture I really didn't need to see...
TomAllen

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« #59 : 08-08-2006 10:11 »

Yes, yes.  You and your FORTRAN exponentials and your logical arguments about gravity and mass and science and whatnot.  Prove me wrong, am I?

Blah, blah, blah.  As I can't logically explain the episode, I wave the problems away with the Futurama last resort.  Namely, the Nibblonians did it.  Cute though they are, they are incredibly advanced.  So (waving hands) Nibbler and friends did it.

Just try and deny that.  Ah-hah!
Xanfor

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« #60 : 08-09-2006 11:40 »

Cardinal Gorkon, I came up with that idea in another thread. But only you had the idea to use it in this set of circumstances. I bow respectfully before you.

@TomAllen: I deny that. Ah-hah! Ha-ha-ha! Ha!

TomAllen

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« #61 : 08-11-2006 10:19 »

Oh, mentioning the raising of the speed of light, are you?  And your old friend Dr. Einstein's E=mc^2, you think?  (Technically, it's E^2=m^2c^4+p^2c^2.)  (But we assume the momentum p=0 here.  And yes, I am that pedantic.  I'm trying to rival David X. Cohen.  Which is, like, really hard.)

$#!+.  You actually have an almost realistic physical point there.  A really good point.  Assuming the speed of light (c) has increased, and that the energy (E) remains the same, then the mass of objects (m) at rest must have decreased.

Of course, this raises even more questions.

For example, why hasn't the gravitational interaction between the Earth and its people, etc., diminished?  Or why hasn't the orbit of the Earth about the Sun changed?

Well....  Apparently gravitational mass (which is how we compute orbits and weight and stuff) is different than inertial mass (which is how we compute acceleration and the speed of light and stuff.)  At the moment, we think the two types of mass are the same.  But in the year 3000, who knows?

I still think the Nibblonians did it.  Ah-hah!

Therefore I deny you, Xanfor.  Ah hah!  Ah-ha-ha-ha! Ah-ha-ha-hack-hack.  (Excuse me.)  Ha!

Also.  All this technostuff in a thread regarding Nibbler's poop?  I guess we Earthicans do have an awful lot to learn from superior species' feces, don't we?

Alx_xlA

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« #62 : 08-11-2006 14:51 »

If Nibbler's feces did weigh as much as several suns, it would have quickly punched through the Earth's Crust, and crushing the planet into a singularity, which the dark matter should have been anyway. The pellets could probably weigh no more than a couple of hundred tons each. Maximum. One pellet was able to tip the PX ship over, and the ship is designed to carry enormous amounts of cargo.

However, Bender was able to lift several pellets of dark matter, but it was on the hover dolly.

(As an aside, why was the hover dolly crushed under forty pillows, but the other one was able to transport a number of pellets of dark matter?)
Teral

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« #63 : 08-11-2006 15:49 »

Each pound of dark matter weigh 10000 pound, which in the more logical and vastly superior  metric scale is around 5 tonnes.

 
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Originally posted by Alx_xlA:
If Nibbler's feces did weigh as much as several suns...

We only have Fry's words from "The Why ofFry" for the thousand suns-thingy. Chalk that one up to hyperbole on Fry's part.

 
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(As an aside, why was the hover dolly crushed under forty pillows, but the other one was able to transport a number of pellets of dark matter?)

The gravity pump on the ship helped the backup dolly by reducing the wight of the dark matter, while the main dolly was taken into an environment it was never meant to operate in.

Welcome to PEEL. Enjoy it here.
Cardinal Gorkon

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« #64 : 08-12-2006 10:46 »

 
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The gravity pump on the ship helped the backup dolly by reducing the wight of the dark matter, while the main dolly was taken into an environment it was never meant to operate in.

Aye, on Stumbos 4 the hover dolly in question not only had to lift its own weight, which would have been exponentially higher than that of it's pillow cargo.  Within the ship the gravity pump would have relieved such stresses from the dolly allowing it to carry the added weight of the niblonian fec-o-matter.
Futurama Llama

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« #65 : 08-17-2006 17:25 »

Umm...i agree, Cardinal Gorkon.

*Nods sagely trying very hard to look smart*
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