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## Comment: Re:WTF is Legos? (Score 2)252252

I came here to say the same thing. It's surprising how angry it makes me to hear idiots fart all over this simple grammatical concept. I want to just let it go... but I can't.

## Comment: Re:kill -1 (Score 1)469469

Well why don't you get right on that, then... Let us all know when you're done, because there are a lot of laptops that don't suspend and resume correctly on Linux.

## Comment: Re:Not much of Van Gogh's DNA (Score 2)6464

Even worse... The ear wasn't grown at all. A pile of cells were grown and then sculpted into an ear shape - making this a complete non-story.

## Comment: Re:Get 10% less fuel economy with E10... (Score 1)432432

Another mistake: given that 1.4 volumes of ethanol has the same energy content as 1 volume of gasoline (71.4% as much energy per volume), it follows that E10 should be 2.7% less energetic than pure gasoline, not 7.1% less.

## Comment: Re:Get 10% less fuel economy with E10... (Score 1)432432

Although the gist of your post is right, and I agree with you, your math contains errors. If gasoline costs \$3.74 per gallon and ethanol costs \$2.33 per gallon, then E10 costs \$3.59 per gallon. If the price of E10 is \$3.83 per gallon (as per your post), then the price per mile should have been 15.83c. If the price for E10 is actually \$3.59, it's 14.8c per mile.

## Comment: Re:Is it a plague or more like the common cold? (Score 1)338338

I like Facebook, but I really don't like the fact that I now have to pay money to sent a message to a stranger. I don't like the fact that companies routinely pay money to send spam to me. I'm now in a situation of being ready to leave but waiting for a reasonable alternative to appear.

## Comment: Re:massless photons vs black hole (Score 1)175175

Thanks for attempting to explain this concept in layman's terms. I appreciate it very much. So from what I understand, the ants never actually reach the north pole of the orange because time at the singularity gets slower and slower from the reference point of the universe outside the event horizon, and that's why they can't cross the centre of the gravity-hole and come back out the other side?

## Comment: Re:massless photons vs black hole (Score 1)175175

A black hole bends space so tightly that if light gets too close (the event horizon), it gets sucked in. That's why we refer to it as a hole.

This still doesn't make sense to a non-physicist like me. You haven't explained why the photon can't just go into the curved area of space and straight out the other side.

## Comment: Re:Hope the Auth Servers are Running! (Score 1)271271

You actually can't trade your games in the sense that you can give someone a game you're finished playing. You can only trade games on Steam that have never been installed ('opened') by anyone.

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