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>>706 >https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Russian_political_jokes Been a fan of that one, also the East German Jokes page.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunguska_event Shame this event isn't more known cause it's fascinating stuff, it only takes a meteor side burst to take down 80 million trees, it's insane. Imagine being some siberian tribal hunter waken up by a light brighter than the sun and taken down of his bed with these huge thunder-like sounds, and then that sight I think had this habbened over a city it'd had been such a traumatic event almost at the level of Hiroshima, probably so much added it's unpredictability that it'd delay nuclear bomb development like chernobyl did with nuclear reactors
>>710 >>711 damn so assuming these are periodic events, between the two first ones 137 years passed and the next one habbened after 281 years, which is only 7 years more than twice the time so you could guess that an unknown one habbened in between, probably in the ocean or something and 113 years have passed since Tunguska. We could see something similar habbening in this century who knows, assuming that an unknown one did habben then that'd be 3 bursts in 418 years which is an average of 1 roughly eberry 140 years meaning that it wood habben 27 years from now. Taking a 3.5 years error margin from the previous timespan, it wood be between the summer of 2044 and the spring of 2051, most likely either in the ocean or on some large landmass like eurasia or north africa, but with an increased chance of an urban area given the demographic explosion of african countries and increased urbanization, not to talk about acumulated mass climate migrations >inb4 muh thees aren exact thingz let us have fun
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>>712 If one of these things explodes low enough over a major metropolitan area then it wood just obliterate it. Pretty much just alas Babylon territory. They hit harder than nukes do too even from a comparable amount of energy released. That's to say nothing about what wood habben if one actually makes it to the surface. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meteor_Crater https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Younger_Dryas_impact_hypothesis
>>658 I read about some of that stuff habbening in Papua New Guinea. Some colonial dudes who were contacting new tribes in Highlands regions were tasked (alongside a myriad of things) with eliminating cargo cult. Apparently some Cargo cult leaders were guys who knew it was bullcaca but did it anyway to grift from their fellow villagers.
I find 2sp00ky to be comfy so, 9 Dark Wikipedia Pages to Creep You Out https://ytprivate.com/watch?v=Rthm53oLOJs 7 Deeply Disturbing Wikipedia Pages https://ytprivate.com/watch?v=HeNgM7oDRhY
Boat rocking was once a crime https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Common_scold
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I've always been curious about time perception: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Time_perception
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Reminder that the Pied Piper isn't just a a fairy tale. It's something that actually habbened. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pied_Piper_of_Hamelin >It is 100 years since our children left.
2 interesting historical persons, both clergy: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eilmer_of_Malmesbury A medieval English Benedictine monk who tried to fly by building wings. He was inspired by the story of Daedalus & Icarus. He flew over 220 yards. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Meslier A French Catholic priest who was secretly an atheist his whole life. After he died they uncovered a massive book by his advocating atheism.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gravitational_time_dilation https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Domino_effect set off a big enough gravitational disturbance and boom, there goes space time
https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Friedhof_Grunewald-Forst Only available in deutsch and french but still interesting ;)
>>737 >set off a big enough gravitational disturbance and boom, there goes space time I'd suggest this is demonstrably a fallacy. The so-called "Big Bang" was a display of unprecedented power. Certainly no force within this universe could possibly match that, not even remotely-closely.
>>2229 man that's just around the corner for me. will check it out soon, thanks anon
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>>2688 Put some flowers on Nico's grave for me please.
>>4131 I don't know why I've never thought about this topic before.
Heh, this article's See Also list is longer than the article itself: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bullcaca_job (aka pseudowork)
>>4735 lol the wrdfilter altered the original link. Is there a way to prevent this in the board management tools ?
>>4736 I'm bretty sure you can do so with CSS, but not with Stephen Lynx's work.
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>>4736 rofl, I just realized the alternate title works too. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Pseudowork From memory the board management tools only allow string-matching. If it allowed regex I could advise. Not gonna lie, some of the funnest moments on imageboards come from unintentional wordfilter errors. Let me check how cocktail, scrape, assassination and arsenal fare. Depending on how it handles spaces, it might be alright.
>>4750 ahah nice ! It takes some imagination to circumvent the wordfilter thing :)

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