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Random question #1: What's wrong with this pic?
Friggen random


Random tip #1: Make sure you hire professionals.
tree on house


Random gif #1: This is how LOST should have ended.


Random question #2: Can you spot the IT consultant?
it consultant - friggin random!


Random tip #2: Police will always help you
tip - friggin random!


Random history moment #1: Tesla was a badass
tesla history


Random history moment #2: Where white man went wrong
indian where wite man went wrong


Random tip #3: A sign that you may not be mom's favourite.
elephants - friggin random!


Random tip #4: How to defend yourself.
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  • 4

    1. no. thats a legend that extremely reflective mirrors were set up in a light house to reflect light in a parabolic manner in which the sun beam would be used to burn a ship 100 yards away. However, one errors remains is the diffraction of sunlight. so for that great distance, its not possible because the sunlight would just spread out.
    2. it completely rides on your interpretation of "mad". all teh great scientists in the past tried to create something that today would probably not be called mad.

    • Mizuno
    • June 3, 2010, 6:30 am
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    Your kind of missing the point that the Greeks didn't deal in Science...

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  • 3

    Yes but that doesn't make it a rose as "rose" is just a name. A name made by humans whereas the principals of science etc were there already happening but we went and put names on diferent ones because we saw them diferently thats why Schience doesn't mean the same as Philosphy or Mathematics.

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  • 2

    yah he was kinda the first mad scientist. pretty badass if you think about it lol

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  • 2

    no archimedes wasnt a mad scientist, but rather a mathematician. the greeks made no distinction between philosophy and science. It was socretes that laid the foundation of science but he didnt even lay it in science but in philosophy.

    • Mizuno
    • June 3, 2010, 5:42 am
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    the first mad scientist were greek around 1000BC such as Archimedes

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  • 1

    so the Archimedes laser in your humble opinion is not a good starting point for "mad" science?

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    that being said the laser has been shown to work during test. now we are debating semantics. i say that the Greeks with all of their scientific explorations are the genesis of the mad scientist.

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  • 1

    well done. you have grasped a small part of logic. it does not matter what you call it, it is what it is. you say Archimedes was not a scientist, i am many scientist would say he is. what you call him or think of him does not change his body of work.

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    fyi the light house is just one theory on the laser. there are many others, some of wicth have been proven to work

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    OMG, I shat bricks when I finally saw what was wrong with #1

    ya the was fucked up
    - castlewarsisawsome November 13, 2010, 7:58 am
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    why did you give 99% of the point to your self

    99% because it wouldn't let me give 100%.
    - MrInappropriate March 7, 2011, 11:50 am
    but you dont need to
    - castlewarsisawsome March 8, 2011, 1:53 pm
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  • 0

    names do not matter. did you miss the age old point that a rose called by any other name still smell as sweet as a rose?

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