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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby lulzfish » Sat Nov 28, 2009 4:42 pm UTC

Similarly, "Yes, I have tried turkey, that's how I know I don't like it."
My tastes don't randomly change every year. I've never liked turkey.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Hyphe » Sat Nov 28, 2009 4:43 pm UTC

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby -.Mateo.- » Sat Nov 28, 2009 11:49 pm UTC

Not serious:
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Serious:
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Phen » Sun Nov 29, 2009 1:22 pm UTC

-.Mateo.- wrote:
Answer to a question from a 15yo girl (seriously!):
"No, the ozone layer is NOT a membrane between the atmosphere and space" (she thought that the 'hole' was made by spaceships, and that air was being sucked out of the atmosphere into space...also, when I started to name the different layers of the atmosphere - not sure thats what they are called in English, but you understand- I casually mentioned the 'blogosphere'...she didn't seem to notice anything weird...

Haha, I witnessed something similar last week. I was sent out to an 8th grade class to talk about the university I study at and something related to biochemistry. When we talked about the atmosphere and the greenhouse effect, one of the kids began to wonder if space rockets punched a hole through it when they sped off. My fellow student/lecturer didn't explain it very clearly, so I don't really blame him though.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Armadillo Al » Mon Nov 30, 2009 3:07 pm UTC

-.Mateo.- wrote:I casually mentioned the 'blogosphere'...she didn't seem to notice anything weird...

Without any reason to, why exactly should she?
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Giant Speck » Mon Nov 30, 2009 3:11 pm UTC

-.Mateo.- wrote:Answer to a question from a 15yo girl (seriously!):
"No, the ozone layer is NOT a membrane between the atmosphere and space" (she thought that the 'hole' was made by spaceships, and that air was being sucked out of the atmosphere into space...also, when I started to name the different layers of the atmosphere - not sure thats what they are called in English, but you understand- I casually mentioned the 'blogosphere'...she didn't seem to notice anything weird...

Wait... are you saying the blogosphere isn't a layer of the atmosphere?

I call bullshit on that.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby SecondTalon » Mon Nov 30, 2009 4:30 pm UTC

It's totally a layer. Mostly just hot air.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby kapojinha » Mon Nov 30, 2009 6:49 pm UTC

"Yes, a penguin is a bird."
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Giant Speck » Mon Nov 30, 2009 6:58 pm UTC

kapojinha wrote:"Yes, a penguin is a bird."
"Yes, I know they can't fly. They're still birds."
"Yes, penguins do have feathers. No, they do not have fur."

Said to some guy in my AP Bio class.

I just had a deja vu moment, because I could swear I've read this before.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Not A Llama » Mon Nov 30, 2009 7:06 pm UTC

Dear, it's 2 degrees and raining. You can't wear your bathing suit to play outside
No, not even if you want to pretend you're swimming in the sand box
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby kingofdreams » Tue Dec 01, 2009 6:54 pm UTC

Not A Llama wrote:Dear, it's 2 degrees and raining. You can't wear your bathing suit to play outside
No, not even if you want to pretend you're swimming in the sand box
yes, it is still too cold.
Ok, you can pretend to swim on the couch.


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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Plasma Man » Wed Dec 02, 2009 5:16 pm UTC

"Precedent" and "president" are not homonyms. It would be useful for the people you're speaking to to be able to tell the difference, especially when you're talking about how laws are made.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby fyrenwater » Thu Dec 03, 2009 6:44 am UTC

Giant Speck wrote:I just had a deja vu moment, because I could swear I've read this before.

You did. Except in my case, the idiot thought penguins were reptiles. And I came across another penguin predicament.

"No, Mom. Penguins are NOT fish."
...It made more sense in my head.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Giant Speck » Thu Dec 03, 2009 10:44 pm UTC

fyrenwater wrote:
Giant Speck wrote:I just had a deja vu moment, because I could swear I've read this before.

You did. Except in my case, the idiot thought penguins were reptiles. And I came across another penguin predicament.

"No, Mom. Penguins are NOT fish."

Oh, good. I'm slightly less crazy than I originally thought.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby folkhero » Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:32 pm UTC

fyrenwater wrote:
Giant Speck wrote:I just had a deja vu moment, because I could swear I've read this before.

You did. Except in my case, the idiot thought penguins were reptiles. And I came across another penguin predicament.

"No, Mom. Penguins are NOT fish."

This gives me a great idea for a new gameshow: I will call it "Mammal, Fish or Bird."
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Hooch » Thu Dec 03, 2009 11:42 pm UTC

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby JoeyJo0 » Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:49 am UTC

"No, NO part of photosynthesis will occur in the dark, not even the Calvin Cycle."

Idiots in my class think that because it's called a 'Dark Reaction', it happens in the dark.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Enginerd27 » Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:57 am UTC

No pure water is not acidic!
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Postby JoeyJo0 » Sat Dec 05, 2009 12:59 am UTC

Enginerd27 wrote:No pure water is not acidic!


Or a variation:

"No, 1 pH is not as 'alkaline as it can get'..."
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Dibley » Sat Dec 05, 2009 2:38 am UTC

JoeyJo0 wrote:"No, NO part of photosynthesis will occur in the dark, not even the Calvin Cycle."

Idiots in my class think that because it's called a 'Dark Reaction', it happens in the dark.

"No, the first law of thermodynamics tells you that you can NOT get free power by hooking up to amplifiers to eachother..."

To be picky, it depends where you delineate "photosynthesis". CAM plants open their stomata at night to conduct gas exchange, and they bind CO2 into organic acids for use in the day, when they shut off the stomata and run the Calvin cycle on stored CO2. You probably have Campbell and Reece handy, try p. 196 (in seventh edition).

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Velict » Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:30 am UTC

JoeyJo0 wrote:"No, NO part of photosynthesis will occur in the dark, not even the Calvin Cycle."


CAM plants arguably disprove this, no?

Edit: I somehow did not even notice the post above me. Durr :|
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Dibley » Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:36 am UTC

CAM plants perform the Calvin cycle in the daytime, but using carbon in the form of organic acids that they produce at night.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby kingofdreams » Sat Dec 05, 2009 5:56 am UTC

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Postby SummerGlauFan » Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:07 am UTC

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby fyrenwater » Sat Dec 05, 2009 8:13 am UTC

folkhero wrote:This gives me a great idea for a new gameshow: I will call it "Mammal, Fish or Bird."
And confuse them all with monotremes!

More animal confusion:

"Komodo dragons are lizards."
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"No, they're not really dragons, they're just named that way."
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"There's no evidence that dragons are just extinct."
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"DINOSAURS ARE NOT DRAGONS."
...It made more sense in my head.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby lulzfish » Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:29 pm UTC

fyrenwater wrote:
folkhero wrote:This gives me a great idea for a new gameshow: I will call it "Mammal, Fish or Bird."
And confuse them all with monotremes!

More animal confusion:

"Komodo dragons are lizards."
...
"No, they're not really dragons, they're just named that way."
...
"There's no evidence that dragons are just extinct."
...
"DINOSAURS ARE NOT DRAGONS."

Even more confused by a Discovery special that must have aired on April 1st or something, and severely confused me about the existence of CG dragons.

Discovery are trolls.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Wyvern » Sat Dec 05, 2009 6:36 pm UTC

lulzfish wrote:Even more confused by a Discovery special that must have aired on April 1st or something, and severely confused me about the existence of CG dragons.

Discovery are trolls.


I remember seeing that. Freaking Discovery. They had me fooled there for a little while.

It really added to the many reasons why I just don't watch TV anymore.

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Postby Hooch » Wed Dec 16, 2009 12:20 am UTC

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Postby Common Nonsense » Thu Dec 17, 2009 4:46 am UTC

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Postby ginadagny » Thu Dec 17, 2009 7:30 am UTC

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Postby themonk » Fri Dec 18, 2009 2:48 am UTC

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby kingofdreams » Sat Dec 19, 2009 2:44 am UTC

No I'm not wearing shoes... I'm fairly sure I'm not breaking a law, no.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Zeroignite » Sat Dec 19, 2009 6:01 am UTC

No, you cannot hear gamma rays.
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby phlip » Sun Dec 20, 2009 10:27 pm UTC

Zeroignite wrote:No, you cannot hear gamma rays.

Ah, but all radiation makes erratic clicking noises. Even if you're not actually holding a Geiger counter. It must be true, 'cause I saw it in a movie this one time.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby guenther » Wed Dec 23, 2009 6:19 am UTC

Common Nonsense wrote:"No, You do not want me to print out a 20 megabyte .csv file"
(100 columns of 100,000 18-digit numbers. [random]Openoffice crashes when you try to graph 10 million data points...[/random])

"No, you do not want me to print out a 1.2GB .csv file."
[75 columns of 1.3 million floating point numbers. It's a circuit simulation, and I had to bring the data out in a format that I could parse with Python. Time is the first column, and each other column is a voltage signal. Not the most efficient format. :)]

EDIT: And shouldn't your file be closer to 200MB rather than 20? (100*18+99)*10000/1024/1024 = 181.1MB
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Adacore » Wed Dec 23, 2009 3:46 pm UTC

guenther wrote:EDIT: And shouldn't your file be closer to 200MB rather than 20? (100*18+99)*10000/1024/1024 = 181.1MB

I'm guessing there's some compression in the file format.

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby the_bandersnatch » Wed Dec 23, 2009 4:34 pm UTC

phlip wrote:
Zeroignite wrote:No, you cannot hear gamma rays.

Ah, but all radiation makes erratic clicking noises. Even if you're not actually holding a Geiger counter. It must be true, 'cause I saw it in a movie this one time.


It's sad because a reasonably intelligent friend of mine actually thought that was the case - that all radiation made a clicking sound. :|
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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby Adacore » Wed Dec 23, 2009 4:52 pm UTC

It's the same problem as people thinking that all frogs make that 'ribbit ribbit' noise, when actually it's just one species native to California which has been used for decades in Hollywood as a stock audio sample (thank you QI).

One I have to say a lot, being on a software dev team:

"Yes, I remember you requested that new feature yesterday, no it's not ready yet, we need to spec it, then code it, then do all the QA tests..."

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Re: I Shouldn't Have To Say This

Postby AJR » Wed Dec 23, 2009 4:54 pm UTC

Adacore wrote:
guenther wrote:EDIT: And shouldn't your file be closer to 200MB rather than 20? (100*18+99)*10000/1024/1024 = 181.1MB

I'm guessing there's some compression in the file format.

CSV (comma separated values) is barely clever enough to be called a file format. Its plain text, with each row of the spreadsheet represented by a line of text, and the cells separated using commas. For example:

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Name,Account number,Balance
Alice,1,406.20
Bob,2,3141.59
Charlie,3,97
Dave,4,1705

Sure, it compresses well, but if it's compressed then it's not a CSV file, it's a zipped (or whatever) CSV file.


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