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02-04-2018 10:54:18 <adlai> water is very expensive, if you think it consists of statistical newtonian kinematics of femtoscopic icosahedra... i hope the greeks have progressed since then?
01-04-2018 19:44:08 <jurov> punkman: water isn't expensive?
01-04-2018 08:25:47 <adlai> and those who sit on their ass, or spend more time in the vicinity of water both running and heated, are also paid less.
27-03-2018 13:49:36 <pankkake> it's water
11-02-2018 16:38:24 <funkenstein_> I got my PADI deep water cert there and took a trip to Cocos Island, one of the most beautiful spots I've been to
07-08-2017 15:14:38 <kakobrekla> i dont think water cooling is still game since i discovered 'be quiet' fans
07-08-2017 15:11:23 <kakobrekla> lada had a very good ones to use with pc water cooling
26-07-2017 16:41:13 <kakobrekla> i dont know how long they will be able to stay above water with being btc only though
06-06-2017 16:30:52 <punkman> kakobrekla: only did full water fast one day, wasn't too bad though. eating like a banana/orange in the morning, some vegetables at night. some bits of cheese, nuts, fish to get some salt. maybe around 1/10th of the usual calories.
02-06-2017 19:49:09 <jurov> when they move oil instead of air, it is actually simpler, and allows for use of the heat to warm water
02-06-2017 19:49:06 <asciilifeform> asciilifeform's old water-cooled machine ( this was in early 2000s and much of the necessary gear was not commercially available yet ) was intended to be quiet
18-05-2017 03:16:20 <kakobrekla> anyway, its possible to RO drinking water from sewage, but it mostly doesnt make sense to do it.
17-05-2017 07:52:31 <pankkake> "Wikipedia says that fat is 0.9196 kg/L while muscle is 1.06 kg/L. As we know, water has a density of ~1 kg/L. So yes, fat people would float easier, looking just at density. I don't know what other factors may come into play."
03-05-2017 13:41:53 <punkman> "How is moonlight cold? How do you account for water being so flat it forms a mirror? The ballers cannot refute, nor answer for these and many other things. Earth's horizon is not a function of a physical curve on a ball. Water is flat on lakes and oceans, and 3/4 of the earth is covered by the oceans, thus proving that Earth is indeed flat. Many experiments have proven earth is stationary.
14-04-2017 07:42:58 <punkman> adlai: do people use solar water heaters in israel?
17-03-2017 12:16:54 <funkenstein_> in other news props to the UN writers for calling water "wet" and fascist SOPS "apartheid"
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