Lifehack and infographic thread.
/b/ needs more of these seriously.
I got a lot of science ones if anyone wants them too.
>compare to cocaine and d-methamphetamine
>should be dubnium
always wondered how tortoises do it. obviously the shell protection, but they must have some sort of advanced immune system to fight disease that other species don't.
Whenever someone on this board is complaining about a group, like furries, MLPfags, lolifags, or whatever else, they should just shut up.
Nobody cares, it's /b/, just don't get involved.
the opposite, actually
>parasites form part of their immune system
Tortises have very slow circulatory systems, and have evolved to survive on minute amounts of oxygen. Oxygen is toxic to all life, despite the animal requirement to breathe it.
>things you learn on /b/
don't kill the messenger; this isn't the middle east
I don't care enough to carry on a conversation about the finer points of oxygen toxicity and life on earth.
>i could give a fuck what terrapins do in their free time
>this may or may not make mustard gas when you go to court
>believe he got choice
>believe murrica is demogracy
>believe murrica is not dictatorship
Lel dumb murrica
I was thinking more along the lines of Terrapin Station.
>second this post
>playing with hair
>playing with straw
>repetitive hand to mouth motions not related to eating
>frequent touching of face
>posturing to push breasts out front
>calling attention to a certain area of the body
>rapid shying away from any particular subjects (she's hiding red flags or you're scaring her off)
>removal of clothing
Captain Obvious strikes again
>nobody actually does this info
havent been in one of these threads in a while
dextromethorphan is light sensitive, hence the dark bottles
>you just made toxic guaifenesin
>Don't like your job? Don't work.
>Don't like your school? Don't go.
>Don't like life? Kill yourself.
>tenets of ancient greek philosophy
>worked fine for ancient greeks
This goy gets it
i need to do this...
>there is a tiny hardcover out there with dozens of these
>tiny hardcover... like 3"x3"
>old data is old
fucking die thread so i can go to work
haha not body shapes, but the different psychologies of girls, like the girl who likes a lot of boy mates, the girl who is very demanding.
It talks about them in some detail and how to approach each kind of girl
I have another dozen or so left
>how to build an atari
saw this one on 9gag
>mfw see carajillo
POST ON /b/ WHEN YOU DO IT, ALSO ON LIVELEAK.
I'm a socialist and I'm not a pro-gay hysteric self-hating pacifist, and I guess most conservatives aren't nationalistic cynical neoliberal nutjobs either
>no idea wtf this is
captcha: keenhos brown
Two political parties in America. The republican party(Conservative capitalists) and the Democratic party(progressive capitalists) are what defines the political spectrum for you?
number 9 is wrong. It will cost you more money instead of saving you money. The batteries need to be on a float charge and the caps will also drain power.
Source: Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) repair technician
I do not vouch for the validity of data in my flood posting
a good rule of thumb, putting soy sauce on plain rice is the equivalent of eating ketchup on plain bread
pretty sure that won't help you a bit with a 2014 h20-bomb
also gamma rays won't be stopped by clothing that's just bullshit, they go through pretty much everything
a lifelong hectic race to produce and consume is destructive and it wears people down. highly driven, acquisitive people who "bust their asses off" are pretty unpleasant.
They should pay hard workers more money to promote hard work. If your on financial aid from the government then you shouldn't be attempting to live off it and the government shouldn't be encouraging it.
The government should be investing money into people who show great integrity.
If someone can't work due to an actual limitation such as a physical or mental defect then that's fine but you actually want to support Shaqueefa and her 14 children and every anchor baby that floats across the Rio Grande.
Because that's what apparently makes a strong and healthy nation that's going to last.
Wouldn't it make innately more sense to give aid to those who earn it though hard work so they can stop hogging lower tier jobs, go to school, and then make big fucking cash to pay in tax to Uncle Sam?
Most of these people who support the "unable" are fighting to keep houses, stay in school, and eat, and you think its about buying a sports car or keeping up appearances?
People who "bust there asses off" go to an early grave and live barely above the poverty line while they try to support 2.5 children.
This isn't about having heart. Its about watching good people destroy themselves while the powers that be "level the playing field".
well they're "stopped" by interacting with electrons. The more matter between you and a source of gamma rays, the higher the chance that the electrons will absorb the photons and not you.
The goverment only does this so they don't grow too dissatisfied with the country and/or do big crimes out of desperation and anger
A dissatisfied and angry populace will try to change or overthrow their goverment
So, the goal is to make sure nobody is too pissed off
What the fuck do they care about fairness?
Also the clothing during the blast isn't for the radiation, it's for protecting yourself from the scorching inferno of the blast. It can cause your whole body to be lit on fire and your skin can literally start melting off of your body.
>They should pay hard workers more money to promote hard work.
Interestingly enough, this doesn't actually work anymore. Maybe if we were China, or this was 1942, but not in today's workforce.
See, rewarding someone with monetary means for hard work is what's referred to as Theory X of business management. However, after some research by a few economic professors at MIT, we found out that this sort of incentive only works at a very basic level of work, the type of straight forward mechanical work you'd see on a manual assembly line in a WWII factory, or a car factory, or somewhere in China.
Recently though, a lot of that manual labor has been replaced by increasingly complex machines, so many people have moved up at least a bit in their work quality. This is where Theory X breaks down, because monetary rewards actually decrease performance as soon as even rudimentary mental complexity is added to the work.
This is where we Theory Y in today's workforce. It's most prominent in the tech industry. The theory goes something like what actually boosts performance in more complex lines of work like what we see here in first-world countries is self-governing work. When companies give their employees the chance to work more freely, not for more money, the employees do better. It's the theory that what the employees actually want is to do something worthwhile with their work.
For example, a tech company out in Silicon Valley cut out one day each quarter to let all their employees work on whatever they wanted. The only requirement was at the end of 24 hours they had to present what they had accomplished in that time. Just that day boosted work performance and efficiency in the company by a fuckload.
Seriously though, motivational psychology 101. Go read up on this shit.
I haven't done learnt anything about physics in 3 years so forgive me if I am wrong. But I remember being taught that gamma radiation cannot be stopped, even by an extremely thick block of lead because it has a half life, meaning that after a certain amount of time half of it will have decayed. But and after that same length of time once again half of it will have decayed. But 50% of any number is not 0.
You've got the facts wrong.
When scientist say nothing stop gamma rays, they only mean its extremely difficult to do, but it is possible. Otherwise it would be impossible to exist within a 10mile radius of a nuclear reactor.
Suppose we have some Technicium. It has a half life of 200,000 yrs. This means that, for a 1Kg mass of Te, after 200,000 yrs, only half as much radiation will be getting emitted. After another 200,000 years, then the radiation drops down to 1/4 of the original (since half of a half is a quarter).
After enough time, radiation output is negligable, and the Te is considered safe.
this is a mineral oil bath, but you could use water if it was free from any ions, which it most likely isn't unless you did the entire building process in a pure water environment.