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#21 Laguna

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Posted 28 August 2009 - 03:11 PM

Seems nice. But you'll have 1% of probabilities to get virus on a Mac. :whistle:

#22 coldemone

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Posted 28 August 2009 - 03:24 PM

apple is desperate, their alias to gain people is to have no viruses, but the mere gain of people increases the chance of viruses.

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Posted 28 August 2009 - 05:41 PM


Just stop... Really.


Chill. I was just messing around. If you knew me in real life you would know how I act. And the absolute zero thing was referring to the kelvin scale.

When you reach absolute zero (which is the coldest temperature achievable (or not achievable) you have destroyed energy, which is impossible. So when you have destroyed that energy, you have destroyed matter, which is impossible. Thus, I just like making jokes about how black holes appear where you destroy energy, thus destroying matter.

Just a little lesson on how absolute zero.


Thank you for the useless lesson. :rolleyes: I was well aware of the reference, since I commonly use the Kelvin scale in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. It was just a very lame one, joke or not. Which is why I said, "Just stop... Really."

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Posted 28 August 2009 - 07:36 PM

Mac antivirus only protects against 2 trojans?
Source: Lifehacker

#25 Gragier_521

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Posted 28 August 2009 - 09:36 PM

lol, it's not an antivirus!

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 03:34 AM



Just stop... Really.


Chill. I was just messing around. If you knew me in real life you would know how I act. And the absolute zero thing was referring to the kelvin scale.

When you reach absolute zero (which is the coldest temperature achievable (or not achievable) you have destroyed energy, which is impossible. So when you have destroyed that energy, you have destroyed matter, which is impossible. Thus, I just like making jokes about how black holes appear where you destroy energy, thus destroying matter.

Just a little lesson on how absolute zero.


Thank you for the useless lesson. :rolleyes: I was well aware of the reference, since I commonly use the Kelvin scale in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. It was just a very lame one, joke or not. Which is why I said, "Just stop... Really."

you may think it wasn't funny, but others do (like me)! :D

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 04:53 AM



Just stop... Really.


Chill. I was just messing around. If you knew me in real life you would know how I act. And the absolute zero thing was referring to the kelvin scale.

When you reach absolute zero (which is the coldest temperature achievable (or not achievable) you have destroyed energy, which is impossible. So when you have destroyed that energy, you have destroyed matter, which is impossible. Thus, I just like making jokes about how black holes appear where you destroy energy, thus destroying matter.

Just a little lesson on how absolute zero.



Thank you for the useless lesson. :rolleyes: I was well aware of the reference, since I commonly use the Kelvin scale in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. It was just a very lame one, joke or not. Which is why I said, "Just stop... Really."


It was in fact quite educational and well worded. Thank you for teaching me something I didn't know; you should keep posting good sir.


Fixed.

Edited by binzoo, 29 August 2009 - 04:53 AM.


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Posted 29 August 2009 - 11:47 AM

I swear i'll create very bad viruses for leopard and macos by myself :devil: soon just wait :ph34r:

#29 AMIRZ

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 01:50 PM

Any Windows port available? hehe :D

#30 The Flashing Fish

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 05:07 PM




Just stop... Really.


Chill. I was just messing around. If you knew me in real life you would know how I act. And the absolute zero thing was referring to the kelvin scale.

When you reach absolute zero (which is the coldest temperature achievable (or not achievable) you have destroyed energy, which is impossible. So when you have destroyed that energy, you have destroyed matter, which is impossible. Thus, I just like making jokes about how black holes appear where you destroy energy, thus destroying matter.

Just a little lesson on how absolute zero.



Thank you for the useless lesson. :rolleyes: I was well aware of the reference, since I commonly use the Kelvin scale in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. It was just a very lame one, joke or not. Which is why I said, "Just stop... Really."


It was in fact quite educational and well worded. Thank you for teaching me something I didn't know; you should keep posting good sir.


Fixed.


Don't put words in my f**king mouth you dumb cunt. It may have been educational to you, but it most certainly didn't teach me something I didn't know. I'm a senior in Mechanical Engineering. I most certainly knew what absolute zero is well before the post.

#31 fediaFedia

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 06:55 PM

Chill, guys.

#32 dtack68

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Posted 29 August 2009 - 10:35 PM

Woah, I was not directly saying that to you, just anybody who doesn't know the Kelvin scale. Just chill.

Just so you know, I usually back you up on your posts, just try to lower the anglican. The guests here should not have to hear that.

#33 binzoo

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Posted 30 August 2009 - 01:43 AM





Just stop... Really.


Chill. I was just messing around. If you knew me in real life you would know how I act. And the absolute zero thing was referring to the kelvin scale.

When you reach absolute zero (which is the coldest temperature achievable (or not achievable) you have destroyed energy, which is impossible. So when you have destroyed that energy, you have destroyed matter, which is impossible. Thus, I just like making jokes about how black holes appear where you destroy energy, thus destroying matter.

Just a little lesson on how absolute zero.



Thank you for the useless lesson. :rolleyes: I was well aware of the reference, since I commonly use the Kelvin scale in Thermodynamics and Heat Transfer. It was just a very lame one, joke or not. Which is why I said, "Just stop... Really."


It was in fact quite educational and well worded. Thank you for teaching me something I didn't know; you should keep posting good sir.


Fixed.


Don't put words in my f**king mouth you dumb cunt. It may have been educational to you, but it most certainly didn't teach me something I didn't know. I'm a senior in Mechanical Engineering. I most certainly knew what absolute zero is well before the post.


Dawwwww don't cry so much it's only words on the internet. I think someone needs a hug. :3

#34 coldemone

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Posted 30 August 2009 - 07:16 AM

you can reach absolute zero for the same fact that you can reach the speed of light.

however when you reduce the temperature to absolute zero, you will create antimatter.

however that antimatter cannot anihilate matter for some reason. It's just a piece of antimatter with no use whatsoever.

however you can harness the antimatter to absorb energy from a certain matter to turn the temperature into absolute zero.

however when you reduce the temperature to absolute zero, you will create antimatter...

#35 navy

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Posted 30 August 2009 - 07:16 AM

wat do they call this "antimalware"?

iMalware?.......xD...

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