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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 5:52 pm 
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Please don't pollute with garbage, pseudo science or unfounded conspiracy theories you arseholes.

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Pluto is so far away that since the time they discovered it in the 1930s, it has yet to make a single orbit around the sun, and nobody will ever live for one Pluto-year.


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Mog The Almighty wrote:
Please don't pollute with garbage, pseudo science or unfounded conspiracy theories you arseholes.

I'll start, directly influenced by JRE and the black skinned Britons thread:

Pluto is so far away that since the time they discovered it in the 1930s, it has yet to make a single orbit around the sun, .and nobody will ever live for one Pluto-year


That is absolutely not a fact.


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While tea plants prefer a rich and moist growing location in full to part sun a variety is cultivated in Perthshire, Scotland.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:26 pm 
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bessantj wrote:
While tea plants prefer a rich and moist growing location in full to part sun a variety is cultivated in Perth, Scotland.


Aye, it's called Brambles.


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100MileDad wrote:
bessantj wrote:
While tea plants prefer a rich and moist growing location in full to part sun a variety is cultivated in Perth, Scotland.


Aye, it's called Brambles.


Well, it's plenty moist...


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I spent a week berry picking in the Perth hills when I was a young teenager. Fun times but a bit dangerous mind.


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The mean free path of a neutrino is 22 light years through lead.

f**king bonkers!


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:35 pm 
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bessantj wrote:
While tea plants prefer a rich and moist growing location in full to part sun a variety is cultivated in Perth, Scotland.

Point of order, Perthshire.

To make it even more odd, it is on the hill road between Amulree and Kenmore. Whilst it is on a south facing slope, it is still quite high and in a glen that gets a lot of snow.

It costs around £2,500 a kilo.


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PostPosted: Thu Feb 08, 2018 6:41 pm 
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bessantj wrote:
While tea plants prefer a rich and moist growing location in full to part sun a variety is cultivated in Perth, Scotland.

Point of order, Perthshire.

To make it even more odd, it is on the hill road between Amulree and Kenmore. Whilst it is on a south facing slope, it is still quite high and in a glen that gets a lot of snow.

It costs around £2,500 a kilo.


Thanks for the correction.


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A5D5E5 wrote:
Mog The Almighty wrote:
Please don't pollute with garbage, pseudo science or unfounded conspiracy theories you arseholes.

I'll start, directly influenced by JRE and the black skinned Britons thread:

Pluto is so far away that since the time they discovered it in the 1930s, it has yet to make a single orbit around the sun, .and nobody will ever live for one Pluto-year


That is absolutely not a fact.



Also, the length of its orbit is more to do with the elliptical path it takes that its distance from the sun, otherwise whenever it is inside the orbit of Neptune its year would be shorter. And that is, in scientific parlance, fking nonsense.


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bessantj wrote:
Edinburgh01 wrote:
bessantj wrote:
While tea plants prefer a rich and moist growing location in full to part sun a variety is cultivated in Perth, Scotland.

Point of order, Perthshire.

To make it even more odd, it is on the hill road between Amulree and Kenmore. Whilst it is on a south facing slope, it is still quite high and in a glen that gets a lot of snow.

It costs around £2,500 a kilo.


Thanks for the correction.


You're welcome!


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The mean free path of a neutrino is 22 light years through lead.

f**king bonkers!


Is that the mean distance before it hit or reacted with something?


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danthefan wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
The mean free path of a neutrino is 22 light years through lead.

f**king bonkers!


Is that the mean distance before it hit or reacted with something?


Yeah. The average distance gained before its tackled.


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Plato'sCave wrote:
danthefan wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
The mean free path of a neutrino is 22 light years through lead.

f**king bonkers!


Is that the mean distance before it hit or reacted with something?


Yeah. The average distance gained before its tackled.


The Jonah Lomu of particles


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message #2527204 wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
danthefan wrote:
Plato'sCave wrote:
The mean free path of a neutrino is 22 light years through lead.

f**king bonkers!


Is that the mean distance before it hit or reacted with something?


Yeah. The average distance gained before its tackled.


The Jonah Lomu of particles


Yeah.


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Most posters on this forum are well formed human beings holding down regular jobs.



:lol: :lol:


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Peanuts aren't a nut. They are a legume.

Strawberries aren't a berry. They are a fruit.

Bananas aren't a fruit. They are a berry.

:shock:


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Dark wrote:
Peanuts aren't a nut. They are a legume.

Strawberries aren't a berry. They are a fruit.

Bananas aren't a fruit. They are a berry.

:shock:



I though bananas were a herb?


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Plato'sCave wrote:
Dark wrote:
Peanuts aren't a nut. They are a legume.

Strawberries aren't a berry. They are a fruit.

Bananas aren't a fruit. They are a berry.

:shock:



I though bananas were a herb?


Thought they were a sex toy


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If you were to take every virus particle on Earth and formed them end over end so that they formed one very thin but very long line, that line would be 120 million light years long.

By comparison, the Milky Way Galaxy is approximately 100,000 light years across.


Similarly, if you were to take every elephant on Earth and lined them up nose to tail to form one very long line stretched out into space - all of those elephants would die!


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It’s physically impossible to lick your own elbow. This is a known scientific fact.


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The active ingredient in Oscillococcinum, a top selling flu medicine, is duck offal which has been diluted 10 ^ 400 times. This means that there is one molecule of the active ingredient in a cube the size of 10^55 light years on each side.

The rest is basically sugar.


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YOYO wrote:
It’s physically impossible to lick your own elbow. This is a known scientific fact.


Yeah right

What about all those people who are born with that unfortunate deformity where their elbow is on their top lip.


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Dark wrote:
Peanuts aren't a nut. They are a legume.

Strawberries aren't a berry. They are a fruit.

Bananas aren't a fruit. They are a berry.

:shock:


Figs are not fruit - they are flowers


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Dark wrote:
YOYO wrote:
It’s physically impossible to lick your own elbow. This is a known scientific fact.


Yeah right

What about all those people who are born with that unfortunate deformity where their elbow is on their top lip.


Without photographic evidence I don’t believe you.


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YOYO wrote:
Dark wrote:
YOYO wrote:
It’s physically impossible to lick your own elbow. This is a known scientific fact.


Yeah right

What about all those people who are born with that unfortunate deformity where their elbow is on their top lip.


Without photographic evidence I don’t believe you.


I'll try, but all the ones I have meet don't want their photo taken

For obvious reasons


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