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#161 Offline Jonathan Crane

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Posted Oct 31 2014 - 02:06 PM

in Mask of Light, Onua is the only Toa to not use his tools.

 

Also, in the credits, it says, "No Rahi were harmed in the making of this film." in the Matoran Language.


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Posted Oct 31 2014 - 06:24 PM

in Mask of Light, Onua is the only Toa to not use his tools.

 

Also, in the credits, it says, "No Rahi were harmed in the making of this film." in the Matoran Language.

Huh I never knew that


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Posted Nov 02 2014 - 07:53 PM

I thought Onua used his tools when he burst through the ground at the end...


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Posted Nov 03 2014 - 07:28 PM

In LoMN, the Toa Metru never use their elemental powers. (with the exception of the Toa Seal scene)


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Posted Nov 14 2014 - 09:03 PM

Whenua and Nuju are the only turaga that don't have lines in MoL


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Posted Dec 13 2014 - 04:47 PM

Space facts are the best kind of facts .

 

A black hole with the same mass and gravity as Earth would be under 2 inches across.

Every second the sun converts 700 million tons of hydrogen into helium.

Corot 7-B is an exoplanet that rains rocks. At 2000 degrees, the silicon, iron+titanium vaporizes, cools down and rains.

There is also an exoplanet 4000 light years away (called PSR J1719-1438 A )with a surface made of diamond.

 

Maybe I could afford the platinum mask with that planet. :D


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Posted Dec 13 2014 - 05:23 PM

Space facts? I got a few.

 

Black holes actually shine. "Virtual particles" (particles that constantly pop in and out of existence) are created at the event horizon, and before the two counterparts can destroy each other, the black hole consumes one while the other escapes. This is called Hawking Radiation, and the smaller the black hole is, the more it emits.

 

"Spaghettification" Is the process in which a black hole, or other massive body, uses tidal forces to stretch out anything that comes near it. It can also be called the "noodle effect."

 

The sun is powered by quantum tunneling. Classically, the sun should not have the energy it takes to fuse two atoms together. However, every now and then, an atom randomly shows up in a place it shouldn't be able to get to, allowing it to fuse. Thank quantum mechanics for the stars!


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 01:39 AM

The shortest war ever fought was between the British Empire and Zanzibar, it lasted around forty minutes. The British won.
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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 06:48 AM

Hyper velocity stars are stars shooting at 2 million miles per hour through space.

According to some models of cosmology, there an infinite number of universes.

Over 500 planets have been found that aren't part of a solar system.

There is a planet called Wasp-12B that only has a 1 day orbit around it's parent star. It is so close that matter is burned off the planet by the star.


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 09:05 AM

Even though we have a very small understanding of dark matter and dark energy, we know that they make up the majority of out universe. The part of our universe made of the matter and energy we know well (atoms, light, etc.) only contributes to 5% of all the matter and energy in the universe.

The leading contender for what dark matter is made of is the "WIMP", or "weakly interacting massive particle".

While the multiverse theory states that there are an infinite number of universes, the most widely accepted theory, supersymmetry, does not. The multiverse theory claims that the world is chaotic by nature, and supersymmetry claims that it is orderly by nature.


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 01:30 PM

If the multiverse theory is true, there is a parallel universe where it isn't.

Food for thought.

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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 01:45 PM

If the multiverse theory is true, there is a parallel universe where it isn't.

Food for thought.

Not true. The only thing that would vary from universe to universe are constants such as the cosmological constant. These universes exist collectively in one large "multiverse," hence the name.


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 08:03 PM

 

If the multiverse theory is true, there is a parallel universe where it isn't.

Food for thought.

Not true. The only thing that would vary from universe to universe are constants such as the cosmological constant. These universes exist collectively in one large "multiverse," hence the name.

 

 

so is there a universe where I'm Batman?


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 08:17 PM

 

 

If the multiverse theory is true, there is a parallel universe where it isn't.

Food for thought.

Not true. The only thing that would vary from universe to universe are constants such as the cosmological constant. These universes exist collectively in one large "multiverse," hence the name.

 

 

so is there a universe where I'm Batman?

 

If the multiverse theory is correct, then yes. The multiverse theory says that anything that can happen, does happen. But the majority of the multiverse would just be chaotic and lethal gibberish.


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 08:34 PM

Jenny, the Doctor's "daughter" is David Tennant's actual wife

Laser is a acronym for 'Light Amplification by Stimulated Emissions of Radiation 

Hogwarts is located somewhere in Scotland

Grumpy Cat's real name is Tardar Sauce

You can shoot an Enderman with a bow and arrow if it's far enough away

The Enderman sounds are reversed, down-pitched words like "here" "Hiya" and "Forever"

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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 08:53 PM

Jenny, the Doctor's "daughter" is David Tennant's actual wife

Laser is a acronym for 'Light Amplification by Stimulated Emissions of Radiation 

Hogwarts is located somewhere in Scotland

Grumpy Cat's real name is Tardar Sauce

You can shoot an Enderman with a bow and arrow if it's far enough away

The Enderman sounds are reversed, down-pitched words like "here" "Hiya" and "Forever"

Snow Golems have their original face behind their pumpkin.

Time travel IS possible.

Hogwarts is based on a school in England, actually


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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 09:11 PM

Richard Wagner, despite composing multiple groundbreaking operas in the late Romantic era and thus setting the stage for the avant-garde classical music of the early twentieth century, was a real jerk. He was so awful that even Nietzsche had a problem with him. When Friedrich Nietzsche -- the man who believed that if you were in a position to dominate and assert your will over others, you had not only the right, but the obligation, to do so -- thinks you've gone too far. you know you've gone too far.
 

Whenua and Nuju are the only turaga that don't have lines in MoL

Matau has no lines in MoL either
 

Hogwarts is located somewhere in Scotland

Hogwarts is based on a school in England, actually

Yes, but Hogwarts itself is in Scotland.

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Posted Dec 14 2014 - 09:19 PM

Time travel to the future is very possible, but not to the past. That would break causality and give a lot of historians nightmares.
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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 06:41 PM

Richard Wagner, despite composing multiple groundbreaking operas in the late Romantic era and thus setting the stage for the avant-garde classical music of the early twentieth century, was a real jerk. He was so awful that even Nietzsche had a problem with him. When Friedrich Nietzsche -- the man who believed that if you were in a position to dominate and assert your will over others, you had not only the right, but the obligation, to do so -- thinks you've gone too far. you know you've gone too far.
 
 

Whenua and Nuju are the only turaga that don't have lines in MoL

Matau has no lines in MoL either
 

 

 

actually, Matau is the one who says "if we descend into those tunnels, we may never return!"

 


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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 06:47 PM

Plugging a camera into a tva and then pointing it at that TV will crest an infinite "TV within TV" image.

At the end of Halo CE, when chief removes his helmet, there is actually a SECOND helmet beneath it.

Arcee was not the first female Autobot.

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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 06:57 PM

 

Jenny, the Doctor's "daughter" is David Tennant's actual wife

Laser is a acronym for 'Light Amplification by Stimulated Emissions of Radiation 

Hogwarts is located somewhere in Scotland

Grumpy Cat's real name is Tardar Sauce

You can shoot an Enderman with a bow and arrow if it's far enough away

The Enderman sounds are reversed, down-pitched words like "here" "Hiya" and "Forever"

Snow Golems have their original face behind their pumpkin.

Time travel IS possible.

Hogwarts is based on a school in England, actually

 

Yes, but based on facts given in the series and other official media, it hints that Hogwarts is located in Scotland


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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 07:11 PM

At the end of Halo CE, when chief removes his helmet, there is actually a SECOND helmet beneath it.

 

This is similar to the part in Mass Effect 3 in which Tali removes her mask. There is another mask underneath it.

 

The use of the phrase "mad as a hatter" to describe someone as being insane comes from the use of mercury in the making of felt hats in the 18th and 19th centuries. People who worked in hat factories were often exposed to mercury, and over time, they would develop a case of mercury poisoning. This caused dementia (called mad hatter's disease or mad hatter's syndrome).


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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 07:41 PM

That's just how good chief is. :)
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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 08:57 PM

Japan was still debating surrendering when America dropped the first atomic bomb.

In a certain Batman comic, Scarecrow is completely disintergrated by Black mask in one scene, and in the next he's alive and well.

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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 11:16 PM

The first female Autobots were Chromia, Eltia 1, Firestorm (or something like that), and Moonracer.

The first female cybertronian villain in transformers was Black Arachnia.

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Posted Dec 15 2014 - 11:20 PM

The only Autobots to have girlfriends in the g1 cartoon had red as a primary color. Prime, power glide, Ironhide and hot rod.

Vezok is the first bionicle character who was blue and not female. Not counting the genderless rahkshi and bohrok.

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Posted Dec 17 2014 - 03:27 PM

Tres 2-B is a planet blacker than coal. Reflecting less than 1% of the light that hits it, it is the darkest exoplanet known.

NASA's spacesuit costs about $12 million to make. Without one you would die within 2 minutes exposed to the vacuum of space.

NASA has also packed duck tape on every shuttle mission since 1981.

In 4 billion years the Milky Way galaxy will collide with the Andromeda galaxy. At this same time, the Sun will have entered the red giant phase of it's life, destroying the inner solar system.


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Posted Dec 17 2014 - 05:14 PM

Light warps around heavy objects. During a solar eclipse, you can actually see the stars behind the Sun.

 

Because of Einstein’s theory of general relativity, time moves slower for things near heavy objects. This means that the clocks inside GPS satellites tick slightly faster than clocks do here on Earth.

 

Rods, a type of photoreceptor in your eyes, work well in low light but do not respond to color. This is why we can only see in black and white when we are in the dark.

 

There is an unbarred spiral galaxy 28 million light-years away named the Sombrero Galaxy.

 

Dark matter is an invisible yet massive form of matter that holds galaxies together. What dark matter exactly is, however, is unknown.

 

Nothing can travel through space faster than the speed of light. However, space itself can stretch and expand with no set speed limit.


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Posted Dec 17 2014 - 06:19 PM

IC-1101 is an elliptical galaxy. It is the largest galaxy known. 

It would take us about 19,000 years with our current tech to reach Alpha Centauri, about 4.37 light years away.

If 2 pieces of the same type of metal touch each other in space, they will become permanently fused together.

The surface of Mars is red because it is covered in iron oxide (rust).

 

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Posted Dec 17 2014 - 06:24 PM

To balance out the space facts:

While your still a ball of cells in your mommy, your intestinal END forms first, followed by the mouth.

Whales have a tube of wax in their ear that can be used to study their exposure to stress over their lives.

If an object (eg. A bike) is left against a tree for long enough, the tree will absorb it.

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Posted Dec 18 2014 - 02:09 AM

Richard Wagner, despite composing multiple groundbreaking operas in the late Romantic era and thus setting the stage for the avant-garde classical music of the early twentieth century, was a real jerk. He was so awful that even Nietzsche had a problem with him. When Friedrich Nietzsche -- the man who believed that if you were in a position to dominate and assert your will over others, you had not only the right, but the obligation, to do so -- thinks you've gone too far. you know you've gone too far.
 
 

Whenua and Nuju are the only turaga that don't have lines in MoL

Matau has no lines in MoL either

 
actually, Matau is the one who says "if we descend into those tunnels, we may never return!"


that was definitely Onewa

you can even hear one of the indistinct crowd voices saying "Onewa speaks the truth!" immediately afterwards

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Posted Dec 18 2014 - 03:56 AM

Unborn babies can dream. Also, your heart starts pumping motions before you even have any blood!

The one who started the Piltdown hoax is still unknown.

Playing FPS games is good for your vision, as it stimulates the motion detection sector of your visual cortex.

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Posted Dec 19 2014 - 03:56 PM

U.S. currency has existed in thirteen denominations: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50. $100, $500. $1,000, $5,000, $10,000, and $100,000.

 

The two-dollar bill is the only non-standard bill still in circulation.  It features Thomas Jefferson and has the painting "Declaration of Independence" on the back.

 

All denominations higher than a hundred are still legal tender, despite being removed from circulation.  Although, collectors are willing to pay twice their face value just get their hands on them.  

 

Three non-presidents have appeared on dollar bills: Hamilton, Franklin, and Salmon P. Chase on the $10, $100, and $10,000 dollar bills respectively.  

 

A popular piece of trivia used to be that they're four cars on the back of the ten-dollar bill; this was true until the bill was updated in the 90's.


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Posted Dec 19 2014 - 04:19 PM

There is a group, cipher, thingy called Cicada 3301. Every January, they release a new clue to a new puzzle for people to solve. Who sets it all up? For what purpose is it run? We don't know. Nobody has come forward as the mastermind behind it, and nobody knows if any of the ciphers have even been solved. Plus there's a non-disclosure thingy involved as well.

 

The fact that time goes faster when you're moving has been proven. Scientists synchronized two atomic clocks down to who-knows-how-many decimal points (it was a lot) and sent one up in an airplane, leaving the other in the airport. After an hour or two in the air, the one in the plane was a few whatevers of a second faster. 


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Posted Dec 26 2014 - 12:23 AM

To prove AvMatoran's point, Albert Einstein said that in order for someone to travel into the future, they must be moving at a speed averaging at about 115,000 MPH in orbit around the earth.

 

I, at one point in my life, was a cyborg.

 

 

The game super scribblenauts featured certain popular memes at the time of its release, and received lawsuits from all respectful owners of the memes. The memes included the O rly owl, the Piano cat, and All your base are belong to us.

 

 

 

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