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  • L4teniusL4tenius The Monkeyhandler Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    I love how richter scale almost makes sense.
    I feel like this is a really big thing, like WTC or similiar, but because of the media, it doesn't quite feel like that. Media only highlights something like: We haven't reached 37 Finns that live in Japan (or something like that)
    It pisses me off, I know it's the thing that sells, but that feels wrong.

    I'd like to get more news, less this shirley.
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  • Teh_SuxTeh_Sux Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    I don't know if I'm talking about the same thing. Anyways, it's funny how the Canadian media is trying to find some dead Canadian in Japan to keep people interested(btw, it did).
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  • TschoppoTschoppo the choppin´ Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (Tehsux (AKA Wors3dandeath) @ Mar 14 2011, 04:51 PM) »
    I don't know if I'm talking about the same thing. Anyways, it's funny how the Canadian media is trying to find some dead Canadian in Japan to keep people interested(btw, it did).

    yeah the whole world is showing compassion to canada considering the bitter loss...
    is noone talking about nuclear clouds and such.. i mean if there will be such they will probably go to the canadian westcoast.

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  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (ZinuX @ Mar 13 2011, 10:28 PM) »
    Wrong, it's ten times more.


    Oh really? I always thought it's 2^x
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  • ZinuXZinuX Mutated Walrus Hamster Members, Beta Tester
    edited 11:39PM
    No, it's logarithmic: 10^X.
    Almost all natural things are categorised this way.
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  • TschoppoTschoppo the choppin´ Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    how dumb..

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  • LordTrilobiteLordTrilobite Baron Grunwald disapproves. Senior
    edited March 2011
    Is it me or does the rock in Tschoppo's signature look a little bit like Australia?
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  • HeiHei and truly did she know the name of the Kong Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (LordTrilobite @ Mar 14 2011, 03:57 PM) »
    Is it me or does the rock in Tschoppo's signature look a little bit like Australia?


    that is Australia
  • TschoppoTschoppo the choppin´ Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    if you can give a political analysis WHY THERE SHOULD BE REASONS the rock looks like Australia i will agree to that.

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  • MaydayMayday Engineering Supreme Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    What the f does politics have anything to do with the geometric shape of a rock and how it looks like a specific land mass.
  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited March 2011
    Yeah, it's geology damnit
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  • R-PhoenixR-Phoenix Simpering Beggar Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (Mayday @ Mar 15 2011, 07:46 PM) »
    What the f does politics have anything to do with the geometric shape of a rock and how it looks like a specific land mass.

    Gold: it's a matter of both geology and politics.
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  • Teh_SuxTeh_Sux Senior
    edited March 2011
    Well, since we're in a conspiracy session I'm going to go ahead and say this:
    The shade actually shows where the most populous cities from Australia are.

    Sydney: 4,504,469
    Melbourne: 3,995,537
    Brisbane: 2,004,262
    Perth: 1,658,992
    Adelaide: 1,187,466
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    Tschoppo, are you trying to tell us something?
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  • TschoppoTschoppo the choppin´ Senior
    edited March 2011
    ohh goddamn you got me thesux
    do you guys know how hard it is to make a population based map of australia to look like a 8-bit stone?

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  • R-PhoenixR-Phoenix Simpering Beggar Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    Nobody cares but last night the movie "Australia" was on TV. :/
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  • SmackSmack Damn this compooter Senior
    edited March 2011
    Speaking of Australia, I had to make a fail Skype video call there. Damned sh itty internet
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  • L4teniusL4tenius The Monkeyhandler Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (R-Phoenix @ Mar 16 2011, 10:01 AM) »
    Nobody cares but last night the movie "Australia" was on TV. :/

    Nobody cares, but Italians dub their films and have a zillion commercial breaks. Also, I had no idea when some program started and what was coming up next.

    Been 8 times to Italy, best pizza and pasta in the fridgeing world!
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  • TschoppoTschoppo the choppin´ Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    italien tv is really the worst in whole europe.. it´s full of crap like german tv but here its only in the afternoon and on certain channels

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  • LordTrilobiteLordTrilobite Baron Grunwald disapproves. Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    Dutch television is really bad too.
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  • ZinuXZinuX Mutated Walrus Hamster Members, Beta Tester
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (LordTrilobite @ Mar 16 2011, 10:07 PM) »
    Dutch television is really bad too.

    Yup...
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  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited 11:39PM
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    Best show ever. Drunk.
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  • ZinuXZinuX Mutated Walrus Hamster Members, Beta Tester
    edited 11:39PM
    Oh damn, you found out about it...
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  • LordTrilobiteLordTrilobite Baron Grunwald disapproves. Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    It's okay. But gets old quick.

    But when I say Dutch TV is bad I generally mean the commercial channels. Half is homeshopping and astrology for most of the day, then there are all those horrid reality soaps. And when there finally is a good movie on, there are more commercial brakes than actual film.
    Even discovery channel has really gone downhill, there's only a handful of good programmes left.
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  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    QUOTE (ZinuX @ Mar 16 2011, 10:55 PM) »
    Oh damn, you found out about it...


    It's pretty famous in Germany. They do their own german voice-overs in a horrible accent biggrin.gif
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  • R-PhoenixR-Phoenix Simpering Beggar Senior
    edited March 2011
    Nobody cares but today it's both Italy's 150th birthday and St. Patrick's day. I never thought I'd ever feel both patriottism and lust for alcohol in the same day.
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  • L4teniusL4tenius The Monkeyhandler Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    Yay for TV in Finland. Nothing is dubbed and there is 2 commercial breaks in an hour's program.

    ...I miss Italian pasta.
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  • anemoneanemone Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    I don't watch tv. Havn't seen the news, so you guys are the media biggrin.gif

    But I did include an inverse stat graph of how it translated on the electroencephalogram down under.


    Anyway media moguls don't own the country, even if they try dominate it's identity.
    So what is presented barely represents the people or country, so it would be nice if they just put out well informed useful stuff,
    and being an audio visual medium gives them a chance to express information thoroughly (not plethora of opinion). The problem is they don't have intermissions,
    so they end up crapping on about nothing, or selling out to mindless "buy this things here, you want this thing, it is actually free and you can have it now for money"

    Best things are Catalyst, and World Around Us, on Aus tv. I guess. It is pretty Americanized and the other stuff is preeeetty horrible. Apart from SBS or ABC.

    Plasmo was the greatest though.


    What is everyone's problem with Shirley, I bet she is really quite nice.


    Aaaaand about land mass not being political, it pretty much is.
    Just as the state borders of land are formed by different governance.


    I have been asking queries recently about land ownership. Riparian rights, allow a land holder to claim the creek running through.

    But you have to think of continents as just that, not geological 'rocks'. As the border which defines a country is merely sea level.
    So as the sea rises. That 'rock' shrinks. Shouldn't forget we are all one rock, even with all the politics that keep us apart and regulate or define.
    And the plates of rock that do shift, mean these continents were once much closer (at the same altitude), and I guess that distance is still varying today.
    Hence the earthquakes. Political control of area is more a control and regulation of it's "assets" what ever that may be.
    Saying who can have what and legitimating the reason. Though considering all the world to be one, and people.
    That regulation is in place for the longevity of resources and all life. Hence why it is so grievous to see such a position flaunted.
    When the whole world becomes aware of it's similarity and disinterest in these motives of war. What is stopping change,
    but people seeing government different to 'people'. Like it hasn't changed from lords and peasants.

    But yeah I don't know how far off the coast is each countries 'air/water' space./ i.e land.
    I guess on a larger scale more places do have Riparian rights, as a whole.

    The whole desalination scheme takes in water from the coast. But I mean, noone claims the ocean to be owned.
    So noone (specifically those doing it) cares about pumping waste into it like "eh, it's not mine; isn't my problem".
    But I guess they feel they are doing their part, in being apart of the whole working of a social structure.
    Is ir wrong for them to assume another enterprise can't work to undo their errors, if they were flawless wouldn't we just have perpetual energy machines.

    And then it is like "oh that company actually owns the clean up operation, they did it on purpose". So I don't know. Like I said gumption and kindness.


    Similarly, following this trend I can just see people thinking dumping all the 'worthless byproduct' of this culture out into outer space, is a great new age fresh solution.
    All wrapped up in "wwwhy didn't we think of that before! genious!" lessons learned lost in time.
    But the earth should be thought about as a closed system, like the galaxy, if to think of it by physics. "information is never lost only converted"
    So we only have so much here, and what we do with it is paramount. I can see solutions, like matter reversion tactics/techniques emerging.
    Something is lost in the mean time though.

    That's why I don't joke about building a boat biggrin.gif because I see no practical reason why it wouldn't be amazing. And completely viable.
    We could just say it was done for world peace or something. It is symbolic of where we are at though.

    Down at the port they retire old tall-ships. If some P, V or K wink.gif found a way to take it out on a llegal' voyage. We would be no more advanced than when it was in full service.
    Except maybe with the occasional hovering alien crafts flying past. But basically as vulnerable as ever.

    So to take away our technology, which is simply. Electricity. What do we have, is the world in a position where it would slip instantly into turmoil.
    Or are we in a content state of open understanding and aspiration.

    How long would it take to forget that heart warming thing we saw on the terror-vision, or that fascinating raw experience of information in the web.
    And go back to worrying "that guy over there is looking at my mittens, he wants to steal them from me, I am going to throw a stone and see what happens"
    I wouldn't be surprised if world wars start because some chump didn't shake some chumps hand in a manner he found fitting to his position in s O ciety.


    Funnily enough the worst thing on national tv, is when they decide to broadcast a live session in parliament house.
    I mean you'd think with all the schooling and education they would take it seriously and use the chance to express themselves and present meaningful things, and even do it in unison.
    (even if they did make it the most serious thing in the universe, it would probably be even denser that way)

    But instead they take the mechanism of split parties way too seriously. Like yeah, you are meant to be separate to avoid room for corruption or cohesion or building velocity in the wrong direction,
    get over it. Government should not be unified, and aren't meant to be cogs going in the same direction, or else when they meet nothing happens.

    And as they spend all their time formulating a persona, and farting on about how sophisticated they are in elaborately useless documents.


    You turn it on and they are just sitting there, not on any topic in particular.

    Like monkeys flinging poo accept instead of 'hoo hoo hay hay hay', they just say 'here here'.

    Seriously. They actually just insult each other. Well those that turn up.
    Like they are just having a weekly get together in the steam room.

    I thought the idea was to discus and formulate whether a motion has the substance to be allowed.
    But the book of rules has grown so much and it has to all interrelate and mesh, and be inclusive of every exception.
    To add an actual idea into the mix, is like suggesting heresy, or subversion.

    We can only progress so far in contest or opposition. Collaboration shouldn't create the exclusion, but be the show of trust, that we are conscious and understanding each other.


    Government is like some lord sitting in his house, with firstly his aid, then his pawns then insects. And a heaps of houses all like this.
    Each sitting there contented in their home with their can of fly spray (nuke), weary of anyone near their yard.

    But knowing the food chain it's just like "you show me yours and i'll show you mine", or "yeah don't make me use it".

    Living amicably as long as the insects collect the food, and keep each other in check.

    Not allowed to come out, not allowed to live together.


    It's not like we are the only mammal that does this.

    Lucid if you stop to watch urban birds for more than a second, unless that is because they live around us a-holes. haha.

    With diminishing stimulus like those books, games or programs for open minds. Schooling system enforcing/teaching forming an opinion (overall course).
    You are left feeling you either, have to make it yourself, or find it in the world and be brash, or be told to grow up. or just be bored if uncompliant.


    Being self sufficient is good, but supporting wonderment and each other is better.



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  • J-coJ-co Tramp Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    anemone, you're fridgeed up
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  • SmackSmack Damn this compooter Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    I am truly befuddled
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  • anemoneanemone Senior
    edited 11:39PM
    Well I don't know, spoiler doesn't work apparently, so I thought I would be creative. lol
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