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How Is It Possible?

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№1 Author: Spicynoodle (6 Aug 2010 03:35) Total user comments: 16


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Whoa...
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№2 Author: Jimmy Johnson (6 Aug 2010 03:44) Total user comments: 5518


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A perfect example of why math is not the universal language. Where math fails, life begins.

1 + 1 = 2? This is the simplest equation.

Take any two molecules and measure them with any system you prefer. You will find those two molecules will never be equal to another two molecules... Ever... Through size, displacement, shape, density, age, or any other measurement.

That's why no two snowflakes are alike. That's why a smaller person plus another larger person is two people, not one and a half persons.
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№3 Author: Poontang_Punisher (6 Aug 2010 05:57) Total user comments: 1257


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cool 04
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№4 Author: rotten (6 Aug 2010 06:47) Total user comments: 1454


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aah!! 21
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№5 Author: Slugsie (6 Aug 2010 10:19) Total user comments: 1519


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Err, that's simple. When the pieces are re-arranged they don't fit together quite prefectly. The gaps between them is the same as the original gap in the middle.

@Jimmy Johnson, what are you smoking?
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№6 Author: azgard (6 Aug 2010 12:38) Total user comments: 37


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it ends too fast, I don't understand
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№7 Author: Jinxaruny (6 Aug 2010 12:55) Total user comments: 10324


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№8 Author: joffenbaker (6 Aug 2010 13:27) Total user comments: 4965


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№9 Author: fluorescentG (6 Aug 2010 13:43) Total user comments: 3958


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№10 Author: 2fuzzy (6 Aug 2010 14:56) Total user comments: 10400


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№11 Author: BlackSRB (6 Aug 2010 20:54) Total user comments: 21


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its possible
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№12 Author: Jimmy Johnson (7 Aug 2010 02:28) Total user comments: 5518


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Slugsie - Math is theoretical. It only exists as an idea. That's why engineers design bridges and any span to support 20% more wieght than the math says it can hold.

What I find curious is just how simple 1 + 1 = 2 is as an equation. Yet it cannot be supported in the three dimensional world. 1 + 1 will never equal two past the theory.

For the down voters, go ask your teacher or college professor if you think that is so full of shit.
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№13 Author: wladimirlensky (7 Aug 2010 16:55) Total user comments: 1


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0:15 fake
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№14 Author: Lu (7 Aug 2010 21:07) Total user comments: 15082


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№15 Author: Louie (7 Aug 2010 23:26) Total user comments: 8189


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№16 Author: bruce88lee (8 Aug 2010 01:08) Total user comments: 1818


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№17 Author: salsapopo (8 Aug 2010 13:55) Total user comments: 12723


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??????????!!!!!
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№18 Author: marvas (8 Aug 2010 19:36) Total user comments: 5


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It's an old trick. The big square is actually a trapeze. The upper and lower lines are not parallel.
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№19 Author: dazen (8 Aug 2010 19:39) Total user comments: 1213


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№20 Author: parodysrivas (8 Aug 2010 21:02) Total user comments: 934


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cool
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№21 Author: cacristin (15 Aug 2010 14:34) Total user comments: 189


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WTF??? 13
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