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Offline Last Active May 18 2017 01:19 PM

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In Topic: Dimension 404

18 May 2017 - 12:19 PM

Not seen Twilight Zone.


I thought Black Mirror was excellent! Many of the concepts featured in the series don't seem that far fetched.


I'd have to say Stargate: Atlantis, were I asked what my favourite sci-fi series is. SG-1 takes second place, with Fringe at third and Star Trek: TNG taking fourth.


There are many other shows I've thoroughly enjoyed watching, but that'll do for now.

In Topic: Poo Poo Smoothies

30 April 2017 - 05:05 PM

Have you seen the South Park episode where the town sets off the largest version of those things in the world in the town, as fireworks were illegal? Good episode.

In Topic: I'm building an air gun

30 April 2017 - 05:00 PM

That's pretty cool. Have you recorded the muzzle velocity?


If you don't have a device to measure it, you can record it in slow mo on your phone (assuming your phone supports its) from the side, firing past a clearly marked board with strips exactly a centimetre thick. You can then review the footage, record how many frames it took for the projectile to pass a certain number of strips, and then knowing the number of frames per second, calculate its velocity.

In Topic: Cheap Instant Downloadable Wall Art!

27 April 2017 - 02:27 PM

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In Topic: Your Drugs

26 April 2017 - 02:55 PM



I think most, but not all drugs should be legal. I mean, the government makes certain drugs illegal to protect its citizens. You would die at an extremely young age if hardcore drugs like bath salts, cocaine, or crystal meth were heavily abused.


I agree. Coke, Methamphetamine, Heroin - they're all are known to cause adverse effects from heavy use.


However, the are a number of other illegal substances which have been researched, studied and documented to have either no, or minimal adverse effect on mental health. I believe those should be decriminalised, and people to be educated on potential dangers and responsible use of these things.


And when the government stop wasting money trying to hunt down these "criminals", they can put the money into better addiction therapy support.


It doesn't really makes a difference if it's illegal or not, addicts gonna be addicts.