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What is the least threatening color?

Baby blue.

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Can you man-in-the-middle a Bluetooth connection?


¯\_(ツ)_/¯

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What is the stickiest secretion?


A stick (that's been eaten, digested, and excreted by a xylophage).


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Gary Teter wrote:
What is the stickiest secretion?

I believe that question belongs in the <ASK AN ADHERER *ANYTHING!*> thread, that does not, and should not exist.

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How many pounds of meat should be eaten at a given sitting?

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Why is it in all caps?

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How many of the flavors we take for granted today found their origin in purely functional roles, such as preservation of things before they went bad?

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Or enhancements of things when they went awesome?

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How long is a one foot metric ruler?


One foot.

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Why are the washer and dryer two separate machines?


The dryer’s heater piece has exceptional cooking and airflow requirements that prevent most modern washers from qualifying (without extensive and expensive engineering) in order to avoid catching fire.

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Why isn’t that voice in charge all the time?

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Why do artichokes squeak?

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How much current is that remote sending through my body to determine if it’s my fingertips that are touching it?

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Why does time go forward at exactly one second per second?


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Gary Teter wrote:
Why do artichokes squeak?

Those are gerbils, not artichokes.

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How do I keep the irony alarm in the hallway from beeping every 90 seconds?

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How do I convince that little flip of cellophane to let go without first clearing our static charges?

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Why doesn’t walking feel like falling?

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Does roomba know when I’ve turned its base off so it will continue cleaning until the battery runs out completely?

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Has anybody ever actually paid for their dinner by washing dishes?

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Are there ancient historical antecedents for the key riff opening “Rocky Mountain Way?”


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Gary Teter wrote:
Why does time go forward at exactly one second per second?

Because we live on the surface of a round rock floating in empty, dead, black space. Being continuously at the same radius from the center of our rock implies the gravitational field we experience is "constant". The word "constant" is in quotes because this implies the Guage Field we experience daily is flat. Living in a flat Guage Field induces a linear-derivative of time; this is a hand-wavy way of saying, because we live on the surface of a rock in empty, dead, black space we experience dt/dt = 1, which is a constant.

Additionaly, and oddly, time goes forward exactly one year per one year too. In the context of a 13 Billion year old/diameter universe, it doesn't have to be this way. So, maybe we should be pleasantry surprised and happy with our constant time flow. Because this laminar time flow could have made it possible for biological evolution to take place, all leading to our existence.

Note, the above is pure materialism, so beware because the enemy wants to separate us from God.


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Gary Teter wrote:
Why doesn’t walking feel like falling?

Force_{Normal} = mg


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Does roomba know when I’ve turned its base off so it will continue cleaning until the battery runs out completely?

No it does not know. But there could be a boolean variable indicating (is-base-detected-p).

I'm pretty sure roomba is coded in Scheme.


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Gary Teter wrote:
Has anybody ever actually paid for their dinner by washing dishes?

If an employeer allowed this, they would have to remember to pay pay-roll tax, or it would be illegal. The IRS is just a caliphate of a different religious affiliation.


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Gary Teter wrote:
Can you man-in-the-middle a Bluetooth connection?

Always.


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Gary Teter wrote:
Is there a URL and a scratch off pin on the back of your grocery store's "rewards" "membership" card that allows you to use their servers to anonymously track your own purchases and download them in a useful format for importing wherever you want?

You have to buy your data from Facebook; after you've given to them for free.


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Gary Teter wrote:
How should I really be visualizing all those extra "tightly curled up" dimensions described by string theory? Assume that as a software developer I am used to visualizing n-dimensional parameter spaces.

This is literally it -> (web)


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Gary Teter wrote:
How much of the dust on the record player used to be me?

I fully support the hypothesis this amount of dust is a Markov Chain process.


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Gary Teter wrote:
Why do shrimp curl up when you cook them?

Water leaves the cells making up the tendons inducing "contraction".


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How do you deliver a message that should only be read once, and only by the intended recipient?

Dude, this is totally what sperm do to the egg.

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Do the radio waves emitted by pairs of earbuds intersect in a reinforcing pattern maximized at the direct center of the human brain?


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Gary Teter wrote:
Do the radio waves emitted by pairs of earbuds intersect in a reinforcing pattern maximized at the direct center of the human brain?

In general no, because the wave frequency is always changing. But you could get lucky every one in a long, long while.

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What’s the best kind of hat to keep the sun out of your eyes in 80 mph winds?


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Gary Teter wrote:
What’s the best kind of hat to keep the sun out of your eyes in 80 mph winds?

A hummingbird hat, of course -> (img)

note, Humming birds are mechanical masterpieces and an 80 mph wind will be like a stand still.

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Is it better to run two loads at large, or one load at super?

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How often are we interrupted and distracted from new ideas before being able to record them, due to intervention from parallel universe or time traveler, because that idea will have inevitably led to the total destruction of humanity?

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How many ideas which would have saved humanity from destruction have been disrupted by parallel universes because in an infinite set of possible universes it only takes one to be jerks about it?

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Would putting a blanket on my car help protect it when it’s hailing?

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And why is my car hailing, anyway?


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Gary Teter wrote:
How often are we interrupted and distracted from new ideas before being able to record them, due to intervention from parallel universe or time traveler, because that idea will have inevitably led to the total destruction of humanity?

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Where are all the chicken thighs?


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Where are all the chicken thighs?

In my house where I am eating them.

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How many ghosts are really tulpas?

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