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14 points · 1 day ago

My brother came up with the idea of using a small mirror to reflect the light onto the perfect spot. It blew my goddamn mind.

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1 point · 1 day ago

Fuck your brother.

I mean that out of jealousy because it's a brilliant idea. Your brother is probably a fine person.

With that being said, I stand by my original statement.

1 point · 2 days ago

Dude, you look friendly and funny in the first pic, and confident as hell in the second. Keep both and you are set. Congratulations 93 times, and good luck stranger!

Damn! Your ammo game WEAK

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Original Poster1 point · 6 days ago

You could have left out "ammo" and I still wouldn't argue with that statement.

Now I feel bad.. your game isn't very weak.

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Original Poster2 points · 6 days ago · edited 6 days ago

No worries! But was the guy shielding the downed guy just building super fast, or did that roof take way too many bullets?

Edit: basic grammar.

1 point · 6 days ago

Those photos are fascinating, but did anyone else have to click back through each image even though it was a scrolling page? That's a new tactic to me.

30 points · 9 days ago

This is an awesome thing to do.

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20 points · 9 days ago

Check out #Popscope!

Popscope is an urban movement that aims to reconnect communities to the night sky—and to each other—by hosting free, “pop-up” astronomy nights in public spaces. To date, we have generated chapters in Ottawa, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Jacksonville, NYC, and Boston that have hosted weekly and monthly events to inspire and bring people together.

Are any of them big enough to survive their trip through the atmosphere?

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Original Poster8 points · 11 days ago

This is a fantastic question! And the answer is no. To date, nobody has ever found a meteorite (a meteor that hits the ground) that came from a meteor shower. This is because the meteors associated with meteor showers are incredibly fine grains of dust, not larger pebble- to rock-sized objects.

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