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Dear Guys

at finally i came back again 

i'm happy to see old friends 

i will be at server almost 2 hours per a day

i wish i can be half mod again and join rencorner Team :D

and if you think that i'm Not SpEeDr this image will brove my truth . 
 

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34 minutes ago, Nudle said:

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I am also speeder. Look. I have a screenshot.

 

No offense, welcome back. But, that picture could've come from anywhere XD

i can give you another one :D:D

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Sidenote : This SS is how old? 2-3 Years? I see Animoski beeing Owner and Master beeing Fullmod,lol...

 

Besides that, ye, i would say hello again, till further notice or till you disappear again for months?!

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Hi!

You don't have to justify yourself you know, if you're there it's all good, if you're not for months too bad :)

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4 hours ago, shaitan said:

Speeder use cheater. :(

 

Welcome back speeder! Don't post ss with peoples serial hash/IP please.

thank You 
 i'm sorry about that :\ 

nice to meet you again [shaitan ; Feda ]  

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1 hour ago, mdogg1108 said:

......... jet fuel cant melt steel beams!

it can. It only depends on the oxygen-fuel ratio. Max flametemperature of kerosene is around 2100°C. Meltingpoint of "normal" ( S 235 jr ) steel is between 1250°C and 1460°C.

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On 16/03/2016 at 2:38 PM, ragnaroec said:

depends on pressure. ;)

Typical physicist.

OK smartass, is it a particle or a wave?

Gumby.

P.S. Welcome back Speedr, you legend.

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16 hours ago, StJohn Gumby said:

Typical physicist.

OK smartass, is it a particle or a wave?

Gumby.

P.S. Welcome back Speedr, you legend.

Physicist or googlist? ;)

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7 hours ago, Mikey said:

Physicist or googlist? ;)

We love google :) but there is rlly no need to google the phase diagramm of water - midnight basic knowlege after 10 beers

@ Gumby - what do u mean by "it" ?

but in general: If "it´s" a wave or a particle depends on YOUR point of view or Your experiment or how U want to describe a "it"

smartassmode /off

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On 3/16/2016 at 10:38 AM, ragnaroec said:

depends on pressure. ;)

and purity of the water... pure H20 can he heated beyond the boiling point...but i digress

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emm ??? ........... nope

Pure Water boils exactly at 100°C. If u add impurities it can be heated beyond the boiling point.

edit: Oh - i forgot the pressure lol - 760mmHg

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