Robbery suspect charges at cop, gets gunned down by HopeThatHalps in WatchPeopleDie

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Nice to see a justifiable police shooting for once.

A man in China stands at the edge of a building, falls to his death by HopeThatHalps in WatchPeopleDie

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I'd love to know. You couldn't have enough time to really get a grip on impending death, could you? You might be so freaked out and disoriented that you don't even see the impact coming.

Mom drops baby in mall by Scandiacus in WatchPeopleDie

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Yyyea, the reaction at the moment of the drop... I react way, way more to knocking over a glass of water.

Person on moped gets run over by truck and explodes by BigBadWolfDaddy in WatchPeopleDie

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Taking another look at it, I think there's some tire bursting in the mix, too.

Kid dives into water, misses, and straight up splits his face in two by BigBadWolfDaddy in WatchPeopleDie

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Video isn't working for me. I think this is the same one: https://www.liveleak.com/view?t=97f_1378994141

Fucking grisly.

Person on moped gets run over by truck and explodes by BigBadWolfDaddy in WatchPeopleDie

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Sweet Jesus. If you're like me you've seen a lot of cases of people getting run over, but you've never seen a human water balloon. I wonder what the secret ingredient is, here? Why is this so unusual?

A man executed in Brazil by tejmar in WatchPeopleDie

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This is pretty humane, for Brazil.

Volvo slammed into row of scooters at high speed after exiting expressway by Mark_Taiwan in WatchPeopleDie

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catching serious air

No doubt. This shit was rad.

Man Flung Over Train Station Gets Split In Half by faggot in WatchPeopleDie

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Damn, he came apart easy. Maybe he was already busted up bad inside?

Man jumps from burning mall in Thailand, three angles by HopeThatHalps in WatchPeopleDie

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My vote is for tube slides, with loop de loop, ideally.

Russian Neo-Nazis Record Themselves Killing Homeless People by death in WatchPeopleDie

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... bad... ass?

Couldn't they find anybody more defenseless? Maybe drop-kick a fetus.

25 NASA Scientists Question the Sanity of the Global Warmists by sawboss in videos

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5G and The AI Control Grid ~ thecrowhouse, 2017-08-04 by JasonCarswell in Health

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No kind summary is possible. This. Is. Rambling. Madness.

25 NASA Scientists Question the Sanity of the Global Warmists by sawboss in videos

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I'm sorry, I was sure you'd be familiar with this data. The correlation of CO2 and temperature goes way, way back:

https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Vostok_Petit_data.svg

... and more specifically on anthropogenic:

https://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/blogs/climateqa/category/climate-human-impact/

Hyundai: Fuel cells best bet for self-driving cars. "The computers needed for fully autonomous cars — as previewed by the Nexo prototypes on trial at the Winter Olympics here — eat up huge amounts of electricity." by Chop_Chop in technology

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Come on, now. 1 horsepower is 750 watts. It would take a supercomputer to match the power demand of accelerating a car.

25 NASA Scientists Question the Sanity of the Global Warmists by sawboss in videos

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yyyyeah. shit. On closer inspection, these are not new user accounts doing this.

25 NASA Scientists Question the Sanity of the Global Warmists by sawboss in videos

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Surely you don't mean, "why haven't we seen a 33% increase in temperature"?

Is there a decent way to reduce political carpet-bombing? by anescient in SaidIt

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What is blocking a sub? Isn't that just "unsubscribe"?

5G and The AI Control Grid ~ thecrowhouse, 2017-08-04 by JasonCarswell in Health

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I admit, the lizard people thing was artistic license.

But I stand by my summary.

25 NASA Scientists Question the Sanity of the Global Warmists by sawboss in videos

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I think your response was passive aggressive. But that's fine.

Is it? where is the evidence?

Is what? Is the composition?

You can certainly get there via separating the air, something we've got going on at an industrial scale. You can get there with absorption spectroscopy, too.

... or, is a top contributor? (a top contributor not the top contributor)

Spectroscopy, again, and some math: we know how this molecule reacts to different frequencies of light, and we know how much of it is up there. To corroborate, satellites observing the planet find a conspicuous drop in radiation right at CO2's favorite color. The planet seems to be hoarding infrared.

why haven't we seen comparable increases in temperature?

We... have. I'm not even going to bother with the CO2/Temperature history plot because there's no chance you haven't seen it, and there's no chance you trust it.

5G and The AI Control Grid ~ thecrowhouse, 2017-08-04 by JasonCarswell in Health

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I didn't watch the whole thing, but I did skip around some. I believe my summary is accurate.

Scaled Composites' Stealthy Mystery Jet Is Now At The Navy's Top Flight Test Base by TheWebOfSlime in news

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Did you just out your spam-bot? Or does this plane run on moral panic.