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  1. Re: Foods for those that just don't care anymore I've heard its actually very tasty; as long as you don't know, or see the cheese wheel, it actually wiggles when you turn the light on.
  2. Re: Foods for those that just don't care anymore Only 2 pints? Then I was in Japan I saw 2 liter cans of Sapporo in vending machines. The little corner store had 3 liter cans in the inside fridge. Beer, its not just for breakfast anymore.
  3. Re: You know the GM has it in for you when... The agents have higher CON stun numbers, more Stun, enough CV to hit everybody in the team, and large enough attacks to do body to everyone in the group.
  4. Re: Vacuum power? Zero point energy? Lots of good posts and links. Here's another good one: http://library.thinkquest.org/C007571/english/advance/intro1.htm It talks a lot about Black Holes and Hawking Radiation. (The site explains things from the top down with pretty pictures.): I'm going to assume that you've heard of Heisenberg Uncertainty where you can not know the exact location and momentum http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Uncertainty_principle there's another part to that occasion and that's exact energy and time or delta-E delta-t. The uncertainty in energy and uncertainty in time must be >= h-bar ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dirac%27s_constant ) . Since h-bar is not 0, that means that neither energy nor time can be zero either. Since energy is non-zero, and the energy of a photon is E = h * f and we need 2 photons because momentum must be conserved. So we have 2*h*f * delta-t >= h-bar . ( The Casimir Effect at least partially comes from unbalaced forces http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Casimir_effect . ) Now we have two photons or particles with equivelant energy. Hawking radiation will occures when one of these particles falls into a black hole and mutual annhilation is not possible. But this is where the vacuum energy comes from: since the potential of free space is non-zero, there are always virtual particles and these particles can be used as a source of energy.
  5. Re: Superhero Images Could be team shot http://www.stripteasecomic.com/images/wallpaper/gothnight1.jpg
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