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WEBM / meme / screencap thread Anonymous 09/27/2020 (Sun) 15:11:52 No. 8
Dedicated thread for all of your shitposts and interesting WEBMs of all kinds of science.
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>>8 The Jojo cover is real by the way, is was drawn by Araki himself for this issue: https://www.sciencedirect.com/journal/cell/vol/130/issue/5
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11 get Obviously checking the first dubs of this board
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>>8 I need a proper non snackbar link to that first one lmao
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Posting somewhat /sci/ related screencaps, starting with my archive from pre-2014 4um
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Not a lot from post-2014 8chan and beyond. I also have some stories concerning 8 years in the lab, but some of those are still unfinished. I should write them out sometime, from some of those I just have the notes of some of the "incidents".
>>42 Do you have the one where a bunch of russian scientists drunk on vodka came up with a way to destroy a UFO that was possibly hundreds of years more advanced than them?
>>47 I have a lot of screencaps in my archive, but I don't think I've ever heard of that one.
>>48 Basically a bunch of russians were tasked with coming up with a plan to counter something like an invading force that was way more advanced technologically. Basically what can be done if we were attacked by aliens. The funny thing was that they actually came up with a sound plan of what was basically a giant IED that used an atomic bomb to propel a projectile at something like 5 to 10 percent the speed of light.
>>50 You mean a shaped charge. Basically, they dug out a cylinder from the ground, placed the nuke at the bottom, and on the top of the cylinder, at ground level, they placed a cone with its tip pointing towards the nuke. Can't remember what the cone is made out of, but regular shaped charges have cones made out of copper. Not sure if this is something they thought of or it's something they actually made. I heard the americans accidentally sent a sewer lid to space with a nuke, to similar effect, but I'm not sure whether or not this happened.

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