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Re: Screechings of the Great Unwashed (Meander to the Morgue

Postby SecondTalon » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:09 pm UTC

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Postby Kang » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:09 pm UTC

But how is he supposed to understand you over the highway noise with his impaired hearing while you yell at him from your car?

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Postby SecondTalon » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:12 pm UTC

Charades. All officers of the law are trained in charades.
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Postby micco » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:27 pm UTC

My wall decoration turned out to look better than I expected :) .
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Postby farnsworth » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:38 pm UTC

That is awesome. The only way that could be better is if the orange things (Post-it notes?) glowed, too.

I wish I could do that with my room, but it wouldn't go well with the nautical/beach resort theme I have going on.

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Postby micco » Tue Aug 09, 2011 8:45 pm UTC

The post-it notes do glow a bit actually, it's just not that visible in the picture.
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Postby Feddlefew » Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:27 pm UTC

That's gorgeous. How long did that take?
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Postby Magnanimous » Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:30 pm UTC

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Postby micco » Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:34 pm UTC

Feddlefew wrote:That's gorgeous. How long did that take?

I'd say two hours if even that.
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Postby Feddlefew » Tue Aug 09, 2011 10:38 pm UTC

micco wrote:
Feddlefew wrote:That's gorgeous. How long did that take?

I'd say two hours if even that.


I'd do something like it in my dorm room, but I'm worried about the paint pealing off. So where do you find glow in the dark sticky notes?
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Postby You, sir, name? » Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:31 pm UTC

FT: Slowing down time is like increasing everything's mass.
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Postby Magnanimous » Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:54 pm UTC

If time slowed down, would we notice? Is our perception of time rooted in brain processes that would also be slowed down?

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Postby Kewangji » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:08 am UTC

Magnanimous wrote:If time slowed down, would we notice? Is our perception of time rooted in brain processes that would also be slowed down?

If time slowed down, there'd have to be a meta-time you would compare it to.
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Postby You, sir, name? » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:09 am UTC

Kewangji wrote:
Magnanimous wrote:If time slowed down, would we notice? Is our perception of time rooted in brain processes that would also be slowed down?

If time slowed down, there'd have to be a meta-time you would compare it to.


This would only be true if the universe was governed by first order equations. Newtonian mechanics obeys second order equations, hence a scaling transformation in time messes up physics. As something with quadratic dependence of time will have quadratic dependence on the scaling factor, it will behave differently to something with linear dependence. But as physics has both linear and quadratic time dependence, things will change.

Though I could be wrong. Something is strange about my argument. If this is true, then playing back a movie slower would also change, because things will move in non-linear fashions.
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Postby Kewangji » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:24 am UTC

As I do not understand anything of what you said, I will accept it.
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Postby You, sir, name? » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:29 am UTC

Don't believe it. I did the math, and I am certain this was is wrong.
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Postby Gears » Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:15 am UTC

Japan is so HUMID. FUCK!
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Postby existential_elevator » Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:27 am UTC

You, sir, name? wrote:
Kewangji wrote:
Magnanimous wrote:If time slowed down, would we notice? Is our perception of time rooted in brain processes that would also be slowed down?
If time slowed down, there'd have to be a meta-time you would compare it to.
This would only be true if the universe was governed by first order equations. Newtonian mechanics obeys second order equations, hence a scaling transformation in time messes up physics. As something with quadratic dependence of time will have quadratic dependence on the scaling factor, it will behave differently to something with linear dependence. But as physics has both linear and quadratic time dependence, things will change.

Though I could be wrong. Something is strange about my argument. If this is true, then playing back a movie slower would also change, because things will move in non-linear fashions.

uh.... perception =/=physics

I think the first question is flawed because it assumes that time itself is an entity which exists in a way that can be objectively measurable. Now, the best objective measure we have of time (that I'm aware of) is the speed of light travelling. If whatever-the-hell time-is slowed down, I'd assume that light would still move at the same rate, thus we wouldn't notice.

The basic problem here is that time is a relative thing to begin with. Time pretty much is our perception of time.

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But yeah - what time actually is can be quite a contentious issue in the first place. Hint: It's not a spacial dimension (which is why we can't travel in it)

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Postby SlyReaper » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:13 am UTC

Well you can always fight against the flow of time by moving really really fast, you just can't go in reverse.

Screech: I think about time in our universe in the same way as space within the event horizon of a black hole. Just as nothing in an event horizon can move away from the singularity, nothing in our universe can move towards the singularity that is the Big Bang. It's like an anti-black-hole with a few axes jumbled up.
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Postby Deep_Thought » Wed Aug 10, 2011 11:21 am UTC

existential_elevator wrote:Now, the best objective measure we have of time (that I'm aware of) is the speed of light travelling.

Well, sort of.

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Postby Plasma Man » Wed Aug 10, 2011 12:35 pm UTC

You, sir, name? wrote:Though I could be wrong. Something is strange about my argument. If this is true, then playing back a movie slower would also change, because things will move in non-linear fashions.
Well, when watching a slowed-down film, it tends to be things that move under acceleration due to gravity (m/s2) that give it away that it's in slow motion. If you were watching a film of, say, a powered cart moving horizontally, there'd be no cues to show whether the film was slowed down or not.
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Postby You, sir, name? » Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:42 pm UTC

Plasma Man wrote:
You, sir, name? wrote:Though I could be wrong. Something is strange about my argument. If this is true, then playing back a movie slower would also change, because things will move in non-linear fashions.
Well, when watching a slowed-down film, it tends to be things that move under acceleration due to gravity (m/s2) that give it away that it's in slow motion. If you were watching a film of, say, a powered cart moving horizontally, there'd be no cues to show whether the film was slowed down or not.


If you were -in- the film, you would only have the option of comparing quantities within the film to each other. As it turns out, even if you add a scaling constant to time, this remains consistent.
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Postby emceng » Wed Aug 10, 2011 1:50 pm UTC

Plasma Man wrote:
You, sir, name? wrote:Though I could be wrong. Something is strange about my argument. If this is true, then playing back a movie slower would also change, because things will move in non-linear fashions.
Well, when watching a slowed-down film, it tends to be things that move under acceleration due to gravity (m/s2) that give it away that it's in slow motion. If you were watching a film of, say, a powered cart moving horizontally, there'd be no cues to show whether the film was slowed down or not.


Reminds me of some film with Nicolas Cage. Saw part of an interview about it, and the director was talking about one weird scene. You watch it, and it just seems freaky - something is off, but you can't figure out what. Just a bit off. The director said they had the actors walk backwards, and do everything in reverse, filmed it going forward, then put it playing backwards in the film.

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Postby Cheezwhiz Jenkins » Wed Aug 10, 2011 4:35 pm UTC

I demand to know what movie that was.
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Postby emceng » Wed Aug 10, 2011 5:39 pm UTC

Cheezwhiz Jenkins wrote:I demand to know what movie that was.

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Postby cypherspace » Wed Aug 10, 2011 6:05 pm UTC

Almost an FML except I'm laughing about it. Today my parents came over to help me with the very, very overgrown garden. I supplied them with a lunch of (homemade) olive and sun-dried tomato bread with tapenade, bruschetta, and a Parma ham, basil, (homegrown)fig and mozzarella pizza.

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Postby bluebambue » Wed Aug 10, 2011 7:11 pm UTC

Cheezwhiz Jenkins wrote:I demand to know what movie that was.
In Amish Paradise near the end is a scene sort of done like that.

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Postby Cytoplasm » Wed Aug 10, 2011 8:46 pm UTC

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Postby emceng » Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:01 pm UTC

So I just noticed a green tinge in the bottom of my water bottle. Took it to the sink, washed it out as best I could - still there. Stuffed a bunch of paper towels in it, then used a ladle to push them around. Green and orange/brown gunk showed up on the paper towels. Ewwww. What have I been drinking?
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Postby farnsworth » Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:07 pm UTC

Sounds like algae. I once had a bottle of seawater that I left in the window for a year do that. Then all the algae died and turned reddish-brown.

AFAIK most algae is not poisonous.

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Postby You, sir, name? » Wed Aug 10, 2011 9:50 pm UTC

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Cheezwhiz Jenkins wrote:I demand to know what movie that was.
In Amish Paradise near the end is a scene sort of done like that.


This (quite disturbing) scene Twin Peaks has this going on as well.
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Postby Kewangji » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:11 pm UTC

I thought the creepy part was Nicolas Cage?
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Postby Jumble » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:15 pm UTC


to be fair, almost all of the scenes in Twin Peaks were disturbing, even when he was buying coffee.
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Postby You, sir, name? » Wed Aug 10, 2011 10:28 pm UTC

Jumble wrote:

to be fair, almost all of the scenes in Twin Peaks were disturbing, even when he was buying coffee.


At least it's damn good coffee. And hot. But I digress. This one is disturbing even by Twin Peaks standards.
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Postby Steax » Thu Aug 11, 2011 4:48 am UTC

Am I the only person who carefully tweaks the volume on my music player and laptop/speakers, so they hit the exact right spot on a middlepoint on both? That way, you have the flexibility of using either volume control to adjust the volume. If I put, say, my laptop speakers on full and only adjusted iTunes, I'd have to switch to iTunes every time I wanted to volume up/down. I prefer keyboard controls. I then take several minutes carefully adjusting both.

Or... It might have to do with my phobia of loud sounds.
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Postby suffer-cait » Thu Aug 11, 2011 5:37 am UTC

You, sir, name? wrote:
bluebambue wrote:
Cheezwhiz Jenkins wrote:I demand to know what movie that was.
In Amish Paradise near the end is a scene sort of done like that.


This (quite disturbing) scene Twin Peaks has this going on as well.
also the weird crawling the girl in The Grudge does is done this way.
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Postby KestrelLowing » Thu Aug 11, 2011 12:41 pm UTC

I can't link to it now as I'm at work, but search for "My Favorite Pillow" on youtube by Rhett and Link. It's a music video filmed backwards. It's a lot of fun.

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Postby broken_escalator » Thu Aug 11, 2011 2:25 pm UTC

I had a weird dream last night that I was in Darth Vader's suit, but then he showed up and took his suit away from me in a locker room. For some reason he was in a suit too, so I'm not sure why he needed mine. That douche.

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Postby SecondTalon » Thu Aug 11, 2011 2:38 pm UTC

Steax wrote:Am I the only person who carefully tweaks the volume on my music player and laptop/speakers, so they hit the exact right spot on a middlepoint on both? That way, you have the flexibility of using either volume control to adjust the volume. If I put, say, my laptop speakers on full and only adjusted iTunes, I'd have to switch to iTunes every time I wanted to volume up/down. I prefer keyboard controls. I then take several minutes carefully adjusting both.

Or... It might have to do with my phobia of loud sounds.

Possibly. Possibly not. Due to my preference for using Desktops, my usual tactic is to crank everything and adjust the volume on the physical speakers. Not having a volume knob on most laptops, I end up cranking everything except the speakers, which I then adjust as needed.

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This is a.. backward solution for things like Youtube on a laptop, I admit.
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Okita wrote:If you get pulled over by an undercover cop... how are you supposed to tell $_pronoun is a real cop as opposed to a guy who is pretending to be an undercover cop to steal your car at gunpoint?
When an unmarked car pulls you over, pull over and then either call the local Police Station and request a marked car, or ask the cop to call for a marked car.

On a more serious note: They're supposed to show you a badge.

Also I find it funny that you said "$_pronoun", presumably to avoid one that is gender specific, but then said "guy". ;-)
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