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Postby jewish_scientist » Tue Apr 17, 2018 6:42 pm UTC

Saying every element in a given set shares a property is different than saying ONLY element in that set have that property. For example, the statement "Every bird lays eggs," is not equivalent to the statement, "Only birds lay eggs."
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Postby Coyne » Wed Apr 18, 2018 3:05 am UTC

Soupspoon wrote:Be careful skipping over the critiques. They're a potential tripping hazard, especially as they're only ankle high and installed right next to the knee-high 'guard rails' by the buckets full of ebola.

The critiques bite ankles, too.
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Postby Yablo » Wed Apr 18, 2018 5:09 pm UTC

Coyne wrote:
Soupspoon wrote:Be careful skipping over the critiques. They're a potential tripping hazard, especially as they're only ankle high and installed right next to the knee-high 'guard rails' by the buckets full of ebola.

The critiques bite ankles, too.

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Postby ObsessoMom » Wed Apr 18, 2018 9:31 pm UTC

Dublin’s Sweep of Public Mural Removals Prompts Wave of New Artworks

"The sweep of mural removals began in late 2017, despite previous successful collaborations between DCC and Subset, as cited in the Irish Times. Although the murals are created on private property and with explicit permission from property owners, under current law the artists are still required to apply for permits for each painting. These permitting fees are calculated by square meter, and can cost thousands of euros.

[...]In response, members of the Subset collective have teamed up with other artists to paint new murals throughout Dublin, with a goal of adding twenty five new works. Some are vibrantly colored, drawing attention to the role that such large-scale public artworks play in enlivening urban environments. Others feature grey palettes in solidarity with the #greyareaproject hashtag, which is being used to unite the pro-mural movement.


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Oh, ObsessoMom!
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Postby jewish_scientist » Fri Apr 20, 2018 2:33 pm UTC

I first read Swaziland as Switzerland. I like it my way more.
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Postby Mutex » Fri Apr 20, 2018 2:43 pm UTC

jewish_scientist wrote:I first read Swaziland as Switzerland.

Which is precisely why the king decided to rename his country, funnily enough.

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Postby Soupspoon » Fri Apr 20, 2018 3:48 pm UTC

Now we just need all the cantons to pass by referenda the agreement to change Switzerland to eSwitzini, or similar.

(Also, something something something Austria and Australia something something something.)

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Postby Yablo » Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:48 pm UTC

I wonder if Mauritania or Mauritius will follow eSwatini and eSwitzini's lead. Or maybe Niger and Nigeria, or Libya and Liberia. As long as Chad stays Chad.
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Postby Soupspoon » Fri Apr 20, 2018 4:50 pm UTC

That last one will definitely be left hanging.

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Postby Sableagle » Fri Apr 20, 2018 7:50 pm UTC

Norway's high school graduates should refrain from running naked across bridges and having sex on roundabouts lest they give drivers "too much of a surprise", the national transport regulator has said.

In a statement titled "No to sex on roundabouts", Terje Moe Gustavsen, a former minister of transport who now runs the Public Roads Administration, said: "Everyone understands that being in and around roundabouts is a traffic hazard," .

"It may not be so dangerous for someone to be without clothes on the bridge, but drivers can get too much of a surprise and completely forget that they are driving," he added.
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Postby Zamfir » Fri Apr 20, 2018 7:58 pm UTC

Also, something something something Austria and Australia something something something.)

Thats why it's called "Oesterreich". Since 976. I did not forget a 1.

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Postby CorruptUser » Fri Apr 20, 2018 8:39 pm UTC

Is that where the Easter bunny lives the rest of the year?

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Postby Sableagle » Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:13 am UTC

It is the Empire of the Easter Bunny. It has stood for centuries, and its towers shall outlast us all.
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Postby ColletArrow » Sat Apr 21, 2018 10:26 pm UTC

These were both on the BBC News homepage today:

Dog's 'cancer' turns out to be four teddy bears

A sick St Bernard dog whose owners feared she could have cancer was found to have eaten four teddy bears instead.

Eight-year-old Maisy had a CT scan which showed an unusually full stomach and a mass on her spleen, which led her vet to diagnose possible cancer. During an operation to remove the spleen, Wakefield-based vet Nick Blackburn found the soft toys in her stomach. Mr Blackburn said "this was not something we were expecting to find".

Nottingham mum 'goes bananas' over Asda's £930 bill

A slip-up by supermarket Asda in an online order saw a woman charged £930 for a single banana.

Bobbie Gordon, from Sherwood in Nottingham, said she was shocked to be billed £930.11 for the piece of fruit - instead of 11p. It prompted her credit card company's fraud team to stop the payment going through, and text her about the more than £1,000 bill. Ms Gordon said Asda has apologised for the "computer error".


The first seems not uncommon, but at least now all's well. The second is just bizarre; how could such an error have occurred?

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Postby Liri » Sat Apr 21, 2018 10:39 pm UTC

Maybe the cashier putting in the order entered the PLU code instead of the price.
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Postby Soupspoon » Sat Apr 21, 2018 11:00 pm UTC

https://youtu.be/aSEOvbUzvKQ

(In answer to the above.)

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Postby Coyne » Sun Apr 22, 2018 1:30 am UTC

Liri wrote:Maybe the cashier putting in the order entered the PLU code instead of the price.

Or maybe failed to enter between prices 9.30 and .11.

When you really get an amazing price is when they enter the UPC in the price field, yielding something like $4,710,160,012.00.
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Postby Sableagle » Sun Apr 22, 2018 11:15 am UTC

Asda also had a computer error with a new product a few years ago. The new product was a 350 g chicken kebab. These were delivered in cases of 12, total case mass about 5 kg because of packaging and case dimensions roughly 30 x 20 x 10 cm. When the product was added to their goods handling system, someone entered 350 instead of 5 and didn't know the dimensions, so the system happily added a new product with a mass of 350 kg and the default volume of 1 litre. Age 8, programming a BBC Micro, I'd have included a check on the entered numbers and my software would have told the bod entering that figure to try again. I like to think it would also have squeaked about the implied density of that object because https://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/meta ... -d_50.html and https://theconstructor.org/building/den ... als/13531/ say NOPE. What, 500 times the density of teak, 50 times the density of stainless steel, 15 times the density of iridium? There are things less dense than iridium that should not be assembled in 350 kg pr even 1 litre lumps. The system they were using, though, saved some lines of code by not bothering to check for ludicrous input, and assigned one cargo trolley to each case of their new product, requiring several extra articulated lorries to move it.
This problem was overcome by the simple expedient of merging those cargo trolleys on the system, which had checked for load limits when assigning boxes to trolleys but did not do the same check when combining trolleys.
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Postby Soupspoon » Sun Apr 22, 2018 9:01 pm UTC

Would you go on an expedition with this guy? So he survives, but he also seems to suffer more than his fair share of danger…

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Postby addams » Mon Apr 23, 2018 12:35 am UTC

Soupspoon wrote:Would you go on an expedition with this guy? So he survives, but he also seems to suffer more than his fair share of danger…
That's both funny and sobering.
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Postby pogrmman » Mon Apr 23, 2018 7:16 am UTC

Soupspoon wrote:Would you go on an expedition with this guy? So he survives, but he also seems to suffer more than his fair share of danger…


I totally would. Outdoorsy stuff always comes with a risk — there’s no avoiding that. If you spend enough time doing the kind of stuff he does, you’re gonna run into some problems. Sure, it won’t necessarily be animal attacks (for most people), but there’ll always be something.

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Postby Yablo » Mon Apr 23, 2018 4:46 pm UTC

ColletArrow wrote:
Nottingham mum 'goes bananas' over Asda's £930 bill

Bobbie Gordon, from Sherwood in Nottingham, said she was shocked to be billed £930.11 for the piece of fruit - instead of 11p.

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Postby ObsessoMom » Thu Apr 26, 2018 2:56 pm UTC

Soupspoon wrote:Now we just need all the cantons to pass by referenda the agreement to change Switzerland to eSwitzini, or similar.

(Also, something something something Austria and Australia something something something.)

A somewhat relevant news item last week:

Australians struggle to pronounce the word 'Australia' correctly

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Postby pkcommando » Wed May 02, 2018 4:37 pm UTC

In other news,Play-Doh sucks as a shoplifting aid in more ways than one.

Before anyone brings it up - to be fair, he wouldn't have needed to use gloves if his plan had worked.
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Postby Angua » Thu May 03, 2018 12:18 pm UTC

Toronto police suspect pranksters dangled car off bridge.

I love this. Police suspect 'pranksters' behind prank. Great detective work there, guys.
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Postby Soupspoon » Thu May 03, 2018 7:27 pm UTC

Humorous thing, to me: I think I still have, somewhere in my bookcases, the Usborne Book Of The Future or one of the smaller books that was compiled together into it. The subsea Manganese Nodule section always fascinated me (these days, we know that it isn't a barren waste down there, so plundering it would be disturbing a whole ecosystem) but now it turns out to have been based on a lie!

(Would normally have put this in a Sciencey place, perhaps, but it's more humorous than all this capitalism stuff.)

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Postby heuristically_alone » Sun May 06, 2018 12:07 am UTC

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Went to fact check this and couldn't find evidence of it actually being true. Still great though.
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Postby CorruptUser » Sun May 06, 2018 2:20 am UTC

An ice spear would've broken when hitting a person after tens of thousands of feet drop.

Dumped water wouldn't form into a spear, but droplets first before freezing, and at largest hailstones. Small ones.

Most importantly, airplane dont dump their waste.

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Postby commodorejohn » Sun May 06, 2018 6:45 am UTC

CorruptUser wrote:Most importantly, airplane dont dump their waste.

The first two I figured on, but this last kind of surprises me to hear, given that when you flush an airplane toilet it feels like you get about 50% of the way to reliving the explosive-decompression scene from Total Recall. Do they just take advantage of the pressure difference to effect a flush to a tank stored in an unpressurized part of the plane, or something?
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Postby orthogon » Sun May 06, 2018 8:39 am UTC

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CorruptUser wrote:Most importantly, airplane dont dump their waste.

The first two I figured on, but this last kind of surprises me to hear, given that when you flush an airplane toilet it feels like you get about 50% of the way to reliving the explosive-decompression scene from Total Recall. Do they just take advantage of the pressure difference to effect a flush to a tank stored in an unpressurized part of the plane, or something?

I think that's coincidence. They have those kind of toilets in trains now, and they make the same sound. Also they probably need to work even at 10,000ft or lower, so couldn't rely on the altitude. And you possibly need more vacuum than you'd get even at cruising altitude, though that's just a hunch. (I used to pump out toilets on narrow boats as a Saturday job, but our vacuum tank never worked well enough. I'll tell that story another time).

There are incidents of "poopsicles", but it's a malfunction or incorrectly fitted cap that causes, er, fluid to leak out and fall to earth.
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Postby Soupspoon » Sun May 06, 2018 10:43 am UTC

In my mind it's an engineering issue. Unlike a traditional flushing toilet, on the ground, you don't want to be carrying many litres of water in a header tank to push everything down round the bend, because that's weight you need to carry aloft for no other good reason (if it doesn't all get used, it's a waste, if it does all get used then what are you doing with the rest of the waste?).

So use a pressure-tank in reverse to pull the deposit through. You can 'recharge' the vacuum, either directly from the outside but more likely just pumped out through a valve more like an airlock flusher (without the need/desire to bring the air and its newly-collected volatiles back into the cabin), but the toilet bowl is never connected directly to the outside, and the moved movements and liquids are settled into a collection tank below the vacuum 'container' that shouldn't have anything other than gases (maybe a bit of spatter) pass into it.

(Space-loos cannot be so wasteful of atmosphere, nor rely upon gravity to seperate the air from the rest. Centripetal separators and substantial air-treatment filters are probably just the half of it.)

Though trains have, and do, still work with a practically Thomas Crapper-based approach to provisioning passenger's 'pleasures', there'd be many advantages to taking an plane-spec system and installing it in a train (an inter-city service, with many passengers needing to go a long way, with a long way to 'go' ) to reduce the need to refill quite so large water tanks and no longer dump the waste out onto tracks (which I'm not sure happens much/at all now, on our fairly civilised system) or using flush-water expanded holding tanks rather than ones large enough to deal with air-flushed deposits.


But this is just a thought experiment. I've no links to the industries of rail, air or mobile waste management from space-loo to porta-loo.


Humorous news: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-44005284

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Postby Sableagle » Sun May 06, 2018 11:08 am UTC

CorruptUser wrote:An ice spear would've broken when hitting a person after tens of thousands of feet drop.

Dumped water wouldn't form into a spear, but droplets first before freezing, and at largest hailstones. Small ones.

Most importantly, airplane dont dump their waste.


https://youtu.be/vyD3O9y4ApA?t=135

Also even if it formed an icicle it wouldn't form such a neat one, the angle's wrong and that doesn't look cold enough for urine to stay frozen solid long enough for the picture.

Also who the heck would have photographed it before the police arrived?
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Postby commodorejohn » Sun May 06, 2018 3:11 pm UTC

Huh. The more you know!
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Postby jewish_scientist » Mon May 07, 2018 12:34 pm UTC

heuristically_alone wrote:Went to fact check this and couldn't find evidence of it actually being true. Still great though.

Mythbusters disproved this.

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Postby Yablo » Mon May 07, 2018 5:29 pm UTC

Soupspoon wrote:Humorous news: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/newsbeat-44005284

(I got 9/10, rather proudly, only failing with the baltic states question where I dithered the wrong way between the right answer and the one I chose.)


I got the same result for the same reason.
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Postby Sableagle » Mon May 07, 2018 5:47 pm UTC

jewish_scientist wrote:
heuristically_alone wrote:Went to fact check this and couldn't find evidence of it actually being true. Still great though.

Mythbusters disproved this.
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10/10 on the goegraphy. I was able to correctly identify the other two in the Baltic question, then clicked the right answer, saw the red outline and went: "Oh, THAT's where the empty space was? I didn't notice that." :roll: I got gorilla-danced, didn't I?
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