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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    You wish
    That's it, I'm outta here before my throat is slit
    these are used in medieval fights as they have their own society at uni, I think they also teach you a bit about the history but who'd be into learning about history when you have swords and proper armors! not like it's my thing but I've seen aj posting about axes and slaying cabbages before so I thought why not, but I'd love to go there at least once if I get a chance
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    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    that was fast
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    not going to be nice 2 anyone now

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    (Original post by mariam687)
    not going to be nice 2 anyone now

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    Lol, sorry badass
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    (Original post by hamza772000)
    Lol, sorry badass
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    (Original post by Impressive)
    these are used in medieval fights as they have their own society at uni, I think they also teach you a bit about the history but who'd be into learning about history when you have swords and proper armors! not like it's my thing but I've seen aj posting about axes and slaying cabbages before so I thought why not, but I'd love to go there at least once if I get a chance
    wow cool!
    haha u and aj


    (Original post by AngryJellyfish)
    amy was ok, clara was just :yucky:
    One can only hope the new series will bring better storylines :moon:
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    (Original post by CheeseIsVeg)
    wow cool!
    haha u and aj




    amy was ok, clara was just :yucky:
    One can only hope the new series will bring better storylines :moon:
    I preferred Rory if I'm honest. But yeah, hopefully the new writers will do it well

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I preferred Rory if I'm honest. But yeah, hopefully the new writers will do it well

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    :yy: Rory was funnier
    Fingers crossed
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    100 post soon...

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    Ish...

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    Did you know that the definition of mass goes back to the 17th century when Isaac Newton related mass, acceleration, and force?

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    You don't care?
    Me neither :bawling:

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    Mass was regarded as constant for a given object or particle.

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    Did you know that the definition of mass goes back to the 17th century when Isaac Newton related mass, acceleration, and force?

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    Me neither :bawling:

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    I know, discovery of gravity and all that

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    Mass was regarded as constant for a given object or particle.

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    Indeed

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    In 1905 Albert Einstein came up with the model of relativistic mass (*gasps*) in his special theory of relativity.
    "Wow, that's so cool!"
    "Amazing!"
    "Good stuff!"
    "Haha, I'm having the time of my life learning about this! :rofl: :rofl: ()"

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    (Original post by Matrix123)
    In 1905 Albert Einstein came up with the model of relativistic mass (*gasps*) in his special theory of relativity.
    "Wow, that's so cool!"
    "Amazing!"
    "Good stuff!"
    "Haha, I'm having the time of my life learning about this! :rofl: :rofl: ()"

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    I can give you questions that you didn't know you didn't know

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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I know, discovery of gravity and all that

    Indeed

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    One of the UK's three standard kilograms (a 39.17mm high cylinder of platinum-iridium alloy) is stored in a bell jar at the National Physical Laboratory
    *woop woop* :cry2:
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    (Original post by Andy98)
    I can give you questions that you didn't know you didn't know

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    Please don't! :eek:

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    F=ma is just a special case for constant mass.:yep:
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    One of the UK's three standard kilograms (a 39.17mm high cylinder of platinum-iridium alloy) is stored in a bell jar at the National Physical Laboratory
    *woop woop* :cry2:
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    I've seen it...

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    Please don't! :eek:

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    F=ma is just a special case for constant mass.:yep:
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    In Einstein's famous equation what is the C for?

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