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Tesla and Starman on their way to Mars 88% Posted Feb 2018

Tesla and Starman on their way to Mars

Comment: 9 days ago

Every Kg that is put into orbit has a HUGE price tag. Literally millions are spent on making space cargo as absolutely light as possible. This rocket is no exception. Then add the cost of going beyond an Earth orbit. This rocket was not cheap. Of course you can say “that that money could have been used in a more humanitarian way”. It’s logical. BUT, to use that money to launch a mannequin in a sports car, looking like he is driving through Tuscany in summer... Well played, Sir.

Korean gun prank masterfully executed 94% Posted Jul 2017

Korean gun prank masterfully executed

Comment: 221 days ago

I love how the internet opens your eyes to differnt cultures.  Before now I thought only the Seppos were fat and gun crazed. 

USS Abraham Lincoln high-speed turns 87% Posted Jun 2017

USS Abraham Lincoln high-speed turns

Comment: 236 days ago

Still no match for a container ship. 

A generation of the proudly ignorant 88% Posted Jun 2017

A generation of the proudly ignorant

Comment: 239 days ago

“Every generation imagines itself to be more intelligent and wiser than the one that went before it.
― George Orwell

What just one cigarette does to your lungs 88% Posted Jun 2017

What just one cigarette does to your lungs

Comment: 242 days ago

Denial.  Not just a river in Egypt. 

Smug Trump barges to the front at NATO meeting 86% Posted May 2017

Smug Trump barges to the front at NATO meeting

Comment: 267 days ago

What an insecure wanker. 

 

This baptism is enough to make your head spin 87% Posted May 2017

This baptism is enough to make your head spin

Comment: 273 days ago

But remember... religious leaders can do whatever they want to kids.  Imagine if mum caught dad dunking the kid in the bath like this.  Yet a man with a silly hat does it and everyone watches with reverence. 

Is the food you eat fake? 87% Posted May 2017

Is the food you eat fake?

Comment: 290 days ago

I looked up Oxfam to check the facts presented (as we all should).  Even though their cheese is orange they still ranked higher than quoted.  http://www.oxfam.org.uk/what-we-do/good-enough-to-eat  

How powerful is political satire? 87% Posted Apr 2017

How powerful is political satire?

Comment: 321 days ago

Boom!

Mitchell and Webb - Are we the Baddies? 86% Posted Feb 2017

Mitchell and Webb - Are we the Baddies?

Comment: 377 days ago

A good one to watch just before watching... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vRxnRgUeXAE

 

Bird just wants to have some fun 88% Posted Dec 2016

Bird just wants to have some fun

Comment: 424 days ago

Yes, yes it does.

 

What a Tesla 87% Posted Nov 2016

What a Tesla "sees" in self-drive mode

Comment: 453 days ago

I noticed the car stopped for no reason at 1:41 while turning a corner.  The rear camera shows a car behind.  If a truck was 10m behind that car expecting both cars to proceed normally around the corner the truck would have no chance of stopping in time.   Sure the Tesla would be safe though.  To use an old quote describing Volvo Drivers, "Ride in a Tesla and you will be in less accidents...  But see a lot more." 

Human population through time 87% Posted Nov 2016

Human population through time

Comment: 470 days ago

Just about every problem we face regarding humans and the earth can be solved if the religious leaders of the world get together (cough) and collectively promote two children per couple.  The current dogma is "breed".  It is obvious there are too many of us.  We can't have mass executions or wait for a virus.  We need to collectively take a mature approach.  Governments can't do it as it would lead to mass revolt.  The only thing that the masses will take unquestioning heed to is religion.  The fate of our future is up to the handful of religious leaders.  They and they alone can make the change.  Human salvation is the forefront of all religion after all.  So will they do it?  Fat chance.  The Earth as we have known it for 10,000 years is f##ked.  

Stairs of the future? 87% Posted Oct 2016

Stairs of the future?

Comment: 476 days ago

What if you are upstairs and the mechanism is downstairs?

Why I run 91% Posted Oct 2016

Why I run

Comment: 482 days ago

What? So swearing is bad now?  Reminds me of The Cowboy from The Big Lebowski.  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cf9erulmi_4

 

Whale moment of a lifetime 94% Posted Oct 2016

Whale moment of a lifetime

Comment: 491 days ago

Maybe it is because they don't breathe underwater like a diver does.  This means their blood does not get a chance to build up desolved nitrogen.  Free divers don't get the benz either.  Same reason. Or maybe they just prefer BMW's

Next generation of Australian banknotes 86% Posted Sep 2016

Next generation of Australian banknotes

Comment: 532 days ago

You like to poke, don't you?  FYI: The UK does not control Australia. Australia has a constitutional monarchy meaning the queen (and not the UK parliament) has the role to uphold the Australian constitution.  She does not introduce legislation, she doesn’t receive any public money from Australia.  Britain is regarded as a completely foreign government.    

NASA scientist on 2016 global temperature trends 87% Posted Aug 2016

NASA scientist on 2016 global temperature trends

Comment: 548 days ago

He's right.  I recommend reading Guns Germs and Steel by Jared Diamond.  Beyond 10k years ago the earth was in an iceage and not conducive to farming.  Humans were hunter-gatherers meaning it was favourable to have small nomadic communities. We have had a stable climate that has allowed farming for the last 10k years.  Farms mean fewer people are needed to make more food.  This allows larger communities and frees up labour for roles such as full time soldiers, priests, politicians, educators, tool makers artisans etc. and hence the start of civilization.  Now we are coming to an end of stable weather.  Some people deny this (about the same number that think the moon landing was a hoax) and some people think it is just a coincidence that it is happening post human industrialisation (possible, but they’re long odds… very long).  

Lies of Donald J. Trump, all from a single speech! 94% Posted Jul 2016

Lies of Donald J. Trump, all from a single speech!

Comment: 573 days ago

He will probably win.  And if there happens to be a terrorist attack in October then you may as well ask him what colour curtains he wants in the oval office.    

 

Lies of Donald J. Trump, all from a single speech! 94% Posted Jul 2016

Lies of Donald J. Trump, all from a single speech!

Comment: 574 days ago

Yep, and as bad as she is she is still better than Trump.  

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