Lit my computer on fire the other day. To my surprise the cpu is unharmed. Should I risk using this cpu on another computer? (before you ask I lit my computer on fire for science, enough said)
That is fantastic!
What was the science?
That poor PC :(
It is beyond your comprehension!
It gave as good as it got!
In order for movement to occur an object must change its position. Using an arrow in flight as an example, in order for the arrow to be in motion it must either be moving to where it is, or to where it is not. Now it can't be moving to where it is because it is already there, but it also cannot be moving to where it is not because in a single instant no time elapses for it to get there. This means that in a single instant no movement can occur, and if no movement can occur in a single instant, no movement can occur in any instant. The conclusion being that movement is a scientific impossibility
Hahaha, I say definitely put it into another machine... then again I'm some guy on the internet :P
i think wrong thread
Nah man, hunger games 24/7!