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Maggy 3 month s ago
#22 Clearly starting with the male "O" face.
       
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Esther 3 month s ago
Maggy, Reminds me of Christopher Walken.
       
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Midge 3 month s ago
#8 with heat things take their original shape. like fat people.
       
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Mees 3 month s ago
#20 utterly, utterly stupid! Half of those things are always in shadow. But, "the leader said to do it," so they did. Stupid communists.
       
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Mally 3 month s ago
Mees,
Be nice, they are your new masters now
dance3
       
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salamoon 3 month s ago
Mees,

" Half of those things are always in shadow"

ehm, to be always in the shadow it would need face north, which i doubt its happening. also, you dont need direct sunlight to produce solar energy... but then it will have lower efficiency.

however i dont like the gif...from the visual and scenic standpoint. but maybe its the only way how to produce electricity for a village somwhere down in the valley...
       
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Riche 3 month s ago
Mees,
Are you certain? Which way is the sun's path there? Does it change with the season?
       
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Wash 3 month s ago
Quote: Riche
Mees,

Mees, you ARE the weakest link
       
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Louvinia 3 month s ago
#10 " no Frank we are not making a sex tape"
       
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CookieDevourer 3 month s ago
#15
why not steam? hundred times less water would be used
       
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Riche 3 month s ago
CookieDevourer,

Agreed on the water consumption point but think of the energy consumption required to make steam, not to mention the complexity of the system, and the danger of the heat that steam has. Hot water will also cause mold/mildew.
       
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Eric 3 month s ago
CookieDevourer,

The water can used form rain or recirculation (like a fountain) because it was no attended to use for drink anyway.
Think about how often this will be used? And how long and what it saves with that amount of water?

Boiling so much steam within seconds would require a nuclear fission. Storing boiled water would waste lot more than the water itself. Using dry ice is also expensive, but less expensive than steam, and less dangerous.
Now look, that is a tunnel. In the tunnel there are ventilation and regular draugth. And the cars go fast and those generate constant and strong enough air turbulent. So if you use something light like steam or wapor or dry ice, than it will be blown away quickly.
       
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Eric 3 month s ago
#3 That is what is missing from humans after they hit puberty...
       
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Eric 3 month s ago
#4 This is against road regulations in Europe. The registration should state a constant painting of the car.

My issue is that this is now one color. Next time it will be a blinky advertisement surface and will cause accidents.

#7 Rebound explained :)

#5 A lot of the computer networking and image processing derives from the nervous system which is one of the most exciting thing in nature.
I've never knew these are capable to adapt so fast and like this.

Nature is amazing!
       
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Eric 3 month s ago
#7 The oil in the shocks works like this as a rebound. This gif is very cool! Thanks for sharing!

#15 The water can used form rain or recirculation (like a fountain) because it was no attended to use for drink anyway.
Think about how often this will be used? And how long and what it saves with that amount of water?

Boiling so much steam within seconds would require a nuclear fission. Storing boiled water would waste lot more than the water itself. Using dry ice is also expensive, but less expensive than steam, and less dangerous.
Now look, that is a tunnel. In the tunnel there are ventilation and regular draugth. And the cars go fast and those generate constant and strong enough air turbulent. So if you use something light like steam or wapor or dry ice, than it will be blown away quickly.
       
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Cam 3 month s ago
#16 Zero to sixty in 5 minutes.
       
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Hassie 3 month s ago
#17 -60 and the guys is wearing a tshirt inside. Heating must be melting 36
       
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