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Discussion in 'Carothers Performance Knives' started by Nathan the Machinist, Jul 17, 2017.
my self censoring mechanism is currently being strained to the point of fracture atm
^but we all appreciate your effort.
Please send it to Nathan so that he can test for tensile strength, ductility and hardness
...I have a song stuck in my head.
...know what song it is?
It's odd that many adults seem to stop asking (themselves?) every child's favorite question; "Why...?"
Yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah yeah!
I keep thinking my internet is having issues. I try for half an hour to browse through the forums, then realize you going to another site that it's just bladeforums. The funny part is I keep forgetting that it's not my internet and looking for a hardware/provider problem. I'm both excited and terrified for the DEK1 release because of this.
There's a thread for that
There is a mathimatical formula that can be used to determine how much of something, that is a known distance from you, should be hidden to the observer due to being below the curvature of the earth, or the horizon.
please please please stop
You are aware that you can see light that is bent around the horizon right? It's the same way that the light in fiber optics cable can be transmitted across great distances around bends. You do believe in fiberoptics, right?
People figured this out a long time ago. The correct way to conduct this experiment is to put the objects up on poles above the water to get up off the of the layer of air on the surface. If you put the objects up on poles and view them from a distance you will see the most distant object much lower/closer to the horizon. Put it on a 30' pole and the one at the back will look like its right down on the ground. This is done by eliminating variables that can fool your perception. Raise them up off the ground so you're not getting a distorting layer of boundary air.
You are being fooled by a common optical illusion (that people figured out a LONG time ago) and I think the worst part about it is the people fooling you know it's bullshit. It's awful what they do, messing with peoples heads like that.
Listen to me man. These internet conspiracy theories aren't good for anybody. This happened to my buddy Shane. People prey on the gullible. I think it gives them a feeling of power that they "know" something you don't and get people worked up. Folks get where they can't tell what is real. Please don't go down that rabbit hole. That way madness lay.
I know what I'm talking about. I'll drop it. No need to worry about me.
You're right, it was still being discussed. And it is interesting. But I think the internet conspiracy theories are, overall, not a good thing and I would like to discourage it here.
Apologies for any offence.
Come on man nobody here is stupid. This is why this kind of topic of discussion doesn't work cuz it devolves into this.