### Andrei Niscoveanu

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+boglesworth I agree, Jimi would be proud.

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I have to agree, this is the best song from the album. Great work! Can you share the tab, please?

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KKRP01A este solutia perfecta pentru racirea camerelor de server, avand posibilitatea de a fi setat in sistem redundant.

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This post happily existed in all posible states before you observed it. Now it has collapsed into a single state. I hope you're satisfied.

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Thanks for this tutorial. I'll start using this for simple ifs, it's indeed cleaner :)

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Fans of Eddsworld are invited to watch Edd's videos on the 25th of March, in his memory.

http://www.youtube.com/user/eddsworld?feature=watch

http://www.youtube.com/user/eddsworld?feature=watch

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#ScienceSunday

**How Far Is It To The Horizon?**

It's not that hard to figure out.... but it depends on what planet you're on. The equation can also be derived using the Pythagorean theorem.

The measurements stand for:

d = distance to the horizon

h = height of the observer above sea level

R = radius of the planet*

*(worth noting that Earth needs to factor in a slight effect of atmospheric refraction)

Since the line of sight is a tangent to the Earth, it is perpendicular to the radius at the horizon. This sets up a right triangle, with the sum of the radius and the height as the hypotenuse.

Learn more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horizon

It's not that hard to figure out.... but it depends on what planet you're on. The equation can also be derived using the Pythagorean theorem.

The measurements stand for:

d = distance to the horizon

h = height of the observer above sea level

R = radius of the planet*

*(worth noting that Earth needs to factor in a slight effect of atmospheric refraction)

Since the line of sight is a tangent to the Earth, it is perpendicular to the radius at the horizon. This sets up a right triangle, with the sum of the radius and the height as the hypotenuse.

Learn more here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Horizon

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