nekat_eman

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    • DAMN YOU DIMONO!

      13 years ago

      nekat_eman

      DANG YOU!!! YOU AND YOUR ENDLESS LIST OF RIDDLES!!!
      On a slightly different note, did you know you can google Dimono Riddles and it comes up with some of his riddles that he is posting on forums?

    • Work... At home... So... Homework

      13 years ago

      nekat_eman

      Everything is due on tuesday... thankfully it is a long weekend and I have time to work on it all... The main thing I am worrying about is my bio lab... It is suppose to be huge and I am not doing so well in the subject. But we shale see if I can pull it all off.

    • Homework

      13 years ago

      nekat_eman

      Is driving me crazy. I have a feild lab due on tuesday which is huge, a chem lab tomarrow, english presentation TBA, and an english "In my opinion" paper due... well yesterday. Not to mention udles and udles of math on top.

    • WHOLY SHIT!

      13 years ago

      nekat_eman

      PLANET-DISSOLVING DUST CLOUD IS HEADED TOWARD EARTH!
      Monday September 12, 2005



      By MIKE FOSTER

      CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Scared-stiff astronomers have detected a mysterious mass they've dubbed a "chaos cloud" that dissolves everything in its path, including comets, asteroids, planets and entire stars -- and it's headed directly toward Earth!

      Discovered April 6 by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory, the swirling, 10 million-mile- wide cosmic dust cloud has been likened to an "acid nebula" and is hurtling toward us at close to the speed of light -- making its estimated time of arrival 9:15 a.m. EDT on June 1, 2014.

      "The good news is that this finding confirms several cutting- edge ideas in theoretical physics," announced Dr. Albert Sherwinski, a Cambridge based astrophysicist with close ties to NASA.

      "The bad news is that the total annihilation of our solar system is imminent."

      Experts believe the chaos cloud is composed of particles spawned near the event horizon of a black hole (a form of what's called Hawking Radiation) that have been distorted by mangled information spewed from the hole.

      "A super-massive black hole lies about 28,000 light-years from Earth at the center of our galaxy," explained Dr. Sherwinski.

      "Last year the eminent physicist Stephen Hawking revised his theory of black holes -- which previously held that nothing could escape the hole's powerful gravitational field. He demonstrated that information about objects that have been sucked in can be emitted in mangled form.

      "It now appears that mangled information can distort matter.

      "Just imagine our galaxy the Milky Way as a beautiful, handwritten letter.

      "Now imagine pouring a glass of water on the paper and watching the words dissolve as the stain spreads. That's what the chaos cloud does to every star or planet it encounters."

      To avoid widespread panic, NASA has declined to make the alarming discovery public. But Dr. Sherwinski's contacts at the agency's Chandra X-ray Observatory leaked to him striking images of the newly discovered chaos cloud obliterating a large asteroid.

      "It's like watching a helpless hog being dissolved in a vat of acid," one NASA scientist told Dr. Sherwinski.

      Ordinarily, Hawkings Radiation is harmless.

      "It's produced when an electron- positron pair are at the event horizon of a black hole," Dr. Sherwinski explained. "The intense curvature of space-time of the hole can cause the positron to fall in, while the electron escapes."

      But when "infected" by mangled information from the black hole, the particles become a chaos cloud, which in turn mangles everything it touches.

      "If it continues unchecked, the chaos cloud will eventually reduce our galaxy to the state of absolute chaos that existed before the birth of the universe," the astrophysicist warned.

      Some scientists say mankind's best hope would be to build a "space ark" and hightail it to the Andromeda Galaxy, 2.1 million light-years away.

      "We wouldn't be able to save the entire human population, but perhaps the best and the brightest," observed British rocket scientist Dr. David Hall, when asked about the feasibility of such a project.

      But even if such a craft could be built in time, evacuating Earth might prove fruitless if theories about the origin of the chaos cloud are correct.

      "A black hole at the center of Andromeda is about 15 times the size of the one in our own galaxy," Dr. Sherwinski noted. "It might be like jumping out of the frying pan into the fire."

      Speaking under the condition of anonymity, a senior White House official said the president's top science advisors are taking the findings in stride.

      "This is a lot like global warming, where the jury is still out on whether it's real or not," said the official.

      "The existence of this so called chaos cloud is only a theory. Americans shouldn't panic until all the facts are in."

      tv.yahoo.com/news/wwn/20050912/112653720001.html

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  • Comments (815)

    • Godzilla2K4

      13 years ago

      We'll see. smiley0.gif

    • Jessy

      13 years ago

      Nope. You'll know when I lose it because I'll invite you to tea parties with motor oil.

    • cwissie

      13 years ago

      Lots and lots of stuff.
      Haha, not really..just lounging about with friends and working.
      Mmhm
      I'm getting new glasses. But now, I must leave.
      Farewell,dear.

    • cwissie

      13 years ago

      Ah, Canadian Tire.
      It's better than McDonalds.
      I have a few friends who worked there.
      They grew to hate it.
      Haha, ah well.
      Good luck.
      ^.^
      *pets*

    • cwissie

      13 years ago

      Bock bock bock bock.
      KIEV!
      How're you and such?

    • FallenAngel

      13 years ago

      you could always post and change that! haha

      we've run outta things to discuss I guess

    • FallenAngel

      13 years ago

      Nothing has happened to it! It's still there.. z4.invisionfree.com/Lizzeh/index.php?

    • Zato

      13 years ago

      you totally need to get a 360 and play Chrome Hounds when it comes out!

    • Snowsaber

      13 years ago

      "explosives", right. that's what you're feeling for....

    • Snowsaber

      13 years ago

      you know, that's really hurtfull....

      *sniffles*

    • Snowsaber

      13 years ago

      that is so not acceptable behavior.

      of course, being of persian descent, all my possesions are laced with explosives

      *click*
      *kaboom*

    • Snowsaber

      13 years ago

      it is SO on

    • Snowsaber

      13 years ago

      but i am always right. i'll fight you!

    • Snowsaber

      13 years ago

      of course I must, for that is the path of evil!

    • MikeyLikesIt

      13 years ago

      Right on, can't wait to see.

    • MikeyLikesIt

      13 years ago

      Awww, I am sorry to hear that. I am here for you. smiley0.gif

    • MikeyLikesIt

      13 years ago

      I got caught up on much needed sleep since I didnt yesterday. Today was my lazy day.

    • cwissie

      13 years ago

      *sweeps sunflower seeds up and feeds them to pigeons*

    • lefty

      13 years ago

      www.houseontherock.com

      One of the cooler attractions to go to in WI, appearantly.

    • cwissie

      13 years ago

      *flicks sunflower seeds at your feet*

    • MikeyLikesIt

      13 years ago

      [hugs] How goes it?

    • cwissie

      13 years ago

      Kiev, I haven't talked to you in FOREVER.

      How are you?
      GET MSN NOW.
      Boys don't love me, silly.
      Gain some sexy muscle. Rowr, babeh. Just don't become Richard Simmons. That's wrong. WRONG.

      German? Aye, I thought about that...hmm, I don't know. So many choices.
      *pets your hair*

    • Sir_Render

      13 years ago

      Yeah I read it in a book, have it right here, Roy Brown, Canadian in a Sopwith Camel, came behind the Baron and fired his Vicker-gun as the Baron hunted the newbie, William May from Australia. But it also says that "An Australian AA battery fired upon Richthofen, but it didnt seem to concern the german that continued on his course."

      On the other hand this book has been proven worng before, so I'm not saying that he wasnt shot down by AA.

    • Jay8ball

      13 years ago

      squirrel_beer.jpg
      ha ha he took ur beer

    • Duste

      13 years ago

      Indeed he was... he's also a comic book character.

    • spitfire69

      13 years ago

      see you

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Goodnight! Sleep well smiley1.gif

    • spitfire69

      13 years ago

      There is a flying 109 at home as well as a Spit and 'stang and a few assorted others but that mustang, at full noise nothing comes close to that sound, amazing.

    • spitfire69

      13 years ago

      How weird try this

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Umm... well I dunno how to help you there. I only have a bic lighter.
      On a brighter note, I'm cooking bacon and eggs. Want some?

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Awww..... surely you can make fire of your own? There must be a couple of sticks you can rub together or something???

      smiley8.gif

    • spitfire69

      13 years ago

      If you haven't clicked the link in my journal, I strongly suggest you do.

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      The fire is all gone smiley2.gif

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      smiley7.gif They're nearly all gone! I'll try...

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Aaah, the flames make me happy. smiley0.gif

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Yeah I hate that. I burnt all my highschool classics notes, then wished I had 'em when I did Ancient Greek last year. smiley4.gif

      Its nearly burning time!

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Its actually "and he has six of them" - that's my accent for ya. smiley8.gif

      Best thing about sorting out all of these papers is that I get to burn a bunch of 'em soon. Woo!

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Not a clue.
      I'm cleaning up my room. Papers EVERYWHERE. Its like a texbook threw up all over my desk.

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Sounds good in theory, but I think the logistics are going to make it too difficult.

      Any other ideas?

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      I'm bored too. Any ideas?

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Because, my friend, I am totally awesome. They're just cool by association. smiley8.gif
      Look out, you could be next!

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Funny! You look lots like my friend Phil in that pic. I'll put you in next time around. smiley0.gif

    • lenny

      13 years ago

      from here

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Nighto smiley0.gif

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      But... you told me to be quiet... smiley7.gif

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      All the sounds of you?

      O.o

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Ha! That's fantastic! I mean, I'm a little scared right now... but your voice is cool!
      *chuckles *

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Stubble makes funny noises.... tee hee.
      Gimme gimme!

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Ha! Yeah Reanin used to come home and I'd be happily chatting away to my computer with my headphones on - talking to friends in Canada, but she didn't know that!

    • Heather

      13 years ago

      Bummer!

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