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Hah, nice
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So how many drunks have fallen off it?
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Geesie wrote: Baby elephant got mad game http://i.imgur.com/EYVU4jy.gifv


I'm pretty sure I've been to that elephant preserve. There was an adorable baby elephant there at that time, too. My wife and I got put in charge of it for the day. It was fantastic. I bet the little guy is all grown up now. :cry:
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I'm not saying that a van can't be a time machine but, can that thing even reach 88 mph?

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haha
Dripping gas from perhaps a broken fuel line?
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::sees some serious human waste::
Aw, he's no fun, he fell right over.

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...so I'm supposed to find the Shadow King from inside a daiquiri?
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Bakes pizza, walks on the moon. What can't Neil Armstrong do?

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can't you see the secret messages embedded in the image?

ones says "aliens on the moon" and the other "jet fuel can't melt steel beams"
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Kirk wrote: haha
Dripping gas from perhaps a broken fuel line?


You're not thinking 4th dimensionally!
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Hope whatever that guy is fetching from the burning car is well worth it
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Bigelow Aerospace's inflatable space habitat to be on next supplies launch (on April 8th) to ISS:

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The above is an artist's recreation of how it might look when attached and inflated.

No astronaut will be using it. It is being tested to see how such structures might fare in a real space, in-orbit environment. The 2-year-long test will be monitored by devices within the habitat, and if it survives this test then it will be detached and inserted into a lower orbit where it will get destroyed by re-entry.

It isn't very large:

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finally

bigelow has been trying to do this since forever

be interesting to see how it performs ... those guys have grand plans for their inflatable habs
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Just like The Martian.
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sp basically a bag of hot air

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Lots of nested bags. I'm still more than a bit leery about its micrometeoroid safety.
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several layers are designed specifically to resist micrometeoroid impacts
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Chart showing how the percentage of each country's men that qualify as obese changes with time.

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I was appalled until I saw this:

The estimates are based on a person’s body-mass index.


BMI is such a load of human waste, as Geesie has noted before.
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For individuals, certainly. Averaged across the entire population its not a bad measure. The upward trend is troubling regardless.
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Kirk wrote: For individuals, certainly. Averaged across the entire population its not a bad measure.


Yeah, I don't think America actually got more athletic over that time frame.

I should also clarify my views on BMI.
It's blatherskite the way some insurance companies or others use it as a diagnostic tool. It's a starting point. If you've got a BMI in the "overweight" category it's a reason to examine your overall health or for a doctor to ask questions.
On the other hand, if your BMI is in the "obese" categories, you almost certainly have issues that will affect your health. Remember - Arnold's competition weight put him at 30.2 BMI, barely into "obese." And he sure wasn't natural.
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I'm in the best shape of my life right now. Up until three years ago, I never ran more than the mile they make you run in PE class and hadn't done that for over 20 years. I now run 800 miles a year. I just got my first "overweight" BMI result ever last week.

BMI is blatherskite.
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Clearly we need more Monsanto superfood to overcome the famine sweeping the world.
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Metacell wrote: Clearly we need more Monsanto superfood to overcome the famine sweeping the world.


they are ready to deliver...


it's just illegal in those parts for the moment.

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juice wrote: I'm in the best shape of my life right now. Up until three years ago, I never ran more than the mile they make you run in PE class and hadn't done that for over 20 years. I now run 800 miles a year. I just got my first "overweight" BMI result ever last week.

BMI is blatherskite.



At his peak, Arnold was 30.2..... overweight according to BMI

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Right, and how extreme muscle mass needs to get to cause BMI to be significantly wrong. In other words, its not perfect but not all that inaccurate for most people.
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Kirk.... you always (usually) bring neat human waste to the table :up:

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Kirk wrote: Right, and how extreme muscle mass needs to get to cause BMI to be significantly wrong. In other words, its not perfect but not all that inaccurate for most people.


It really depends. I would have to either emaciate myself or start removing limbs to get below a BMI of 25.
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Not a good day for my house...


I normally park in that spot.
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