awesome science trick ever .
Oh, I'll play A match in space versus on Earth Electrolysis of water Plasma Globe too tiny to tell Capillary action Match in pure oxygen nerd water vortex Romulan Ale A wing being attacked by silly string nerds again Romulan ale/triple sec shooter fish drowned in Romulan Ale (wow you really like Romulan ale) and a skinned Aibo
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> too tiny to tell . My first thought was that it was a homopolar motor, but a Q&D look at pics of HM's in Google Images didn't show anything that looks like it.
Is it not that trick where two matches "weld" together and one stands up because the other is shut in the matchbox drawer?
. Very possible - at 130x130 it does look a LOT like two burnt matches. I was thinking that the silver disc on the left was a battery. Pic is too small for me to tell much of anything with any certainty.
Maybe wareneutron will let us know?
Or his second account...
Er... oh. They don't look trollish. I wonder why he did that?
No idea. Maybe the same reason for posting two nearly identical, and inexplicable, forum topics?
Can I send myself patches? : D
Try it and see! I know you can subscribe to yourself (and it makes a useful test of the subscription system).
I've just noticed that randofo has a patch that he sent to himself. Most amusing.
JUst like self-subscribing. For the Staff who do code development, that's a good way to test whether a new feature works or not.
Yes, you can.
Let's blame "English as a second or third language" - his profile pegs his location as the Philippines.
What is this collection of internet-pictures about/for? L