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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
Remembering Edd Gould
Mon, March 25, 2013, 3:00 PM
http://www.youtube.com/user/eddsworld

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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
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hexaflexagons are cool :)
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