Google breaking the law
Created on: February 4th, 2007
Google breaking the law
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Google indexes its pages below absolute zero

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February 4th, 2007
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here comes a fad
February 4th, 2007
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Ah math, defying reality again. Thanks Google.
February 4th, 2007
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HAT THE F*CK??
February 4th, 2007
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Technically -100 Kelvin would be that temperature . . . (Yes, even though it's not possible)
February 4th, 2007
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HAT THE F*CK??
February 4th, 2007
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If above zero indicates an exothermic state, and zero means a non-thermic state, maybe below zero indicates...a anti-thermic state? Not simply an energy vacuum, but something that physically reduces energy within matter....er. Nevermind.
February 4th, 2007
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0 kelvin is where there is no atomic or sub-atomic movement. it cant get any slower than that.
February 4th, 2007
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good one
February 4th, 2007
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huh?
February 4th, 2007
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February 4th, 2007
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HAT THE F*CK?
February 4th, 2007
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i was lik...the f*ck is this sh*t...then i scrolled up and say "of phisics"..and i lol'd gj
February 4th, 2007
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@ZeroTron Yeah, safety is not guaranteed
February 4th, 2007
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HAT THE F*CK??
February 4th, 2007
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I have a feeling we will be seeing Flashing Bill Nye again in the future.
February 4th, 2007
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By international agreement, absolute zero is defined as precisely 0 K on the Kelvin scale, which is a thermodynamic (absolute) temperature scale, and -273,15C on the Celsius scale. Absolute zero is also precisely equivalent to 0 R on the Rankine scale (also a thermodynamic temperature scale), and 459.67 F on the Fahrenheit scale.
February 4th, 2007
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Bill Nye yo!
February 4th, 2007
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the coldest theoretically possible is around 3 kelvin, if something were to ever reach zero kelvin.....who knows what would happen...but it would have more dire consequences than WTFboom
February 4th, 2007
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Epilepsy Bill Nye gets my vote
February 4th, 2007
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i apologize...according to sources (aka wikipedia) it has gotten down to 4.5x10^-10 degrees K meaning .00000000045 K is the coldest....sh*t man
February 4th, 2007
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Well, considering the fact that 32 kelvin is less than zero, then that would mean that a negative exothermic state is possible. IF a subatomic particle can't go SLOWER than not moving at all, then wouldn't you consider the fact that Bill Nye is flashing. nubs. go back 2 skool n lern ur syience.
February 4th, 2007
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LOL, 0 degrees Kelvin = -273.15 degrees Celcius = absolute zero Temps can't go below absolute zero for you retards out there who dont understand this YTMND
February 4th, 2007
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Breaking the lol.
February 4th, 2007
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+5 for bill nye!
February 5th, 2007
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ROFL!
February 5th, 2007
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Yeah they got really close to 0 K, I recall some professor talking to my lecture about it in Physics a while back, some lab in France if I'm not mistaken.
February 5th, 2007
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google is gonna implodes the internets if they keep this tomfoolery up
February 5th, 2007
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they actually achieved -1 kelvin
February 5th, 2007
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No, YOU broke the law by putting in an imaginary value. Google just did the formula K=C-273
February 5th, 2007
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Well if read as an exothermic chemical equation then it could be the release of 100 degrees K from the system. That's the only way in which the expression -100 K could exist. Also 5 for Bill Nye and for science in general.
February 5th, 2007
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Epic failure for non-existant temperature
February 5th, 2007
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In before divide by zero
February 5th, 2007
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ytmnd could use more flashing bill nye around here
February 5th, 2007
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Yeah, you're the one breaking the law. Waste of Priest's time.
February 5th, 2007
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For those who don't get it, all molecules are constantly in motion. In solid form, they vibrate and not much else. Our concept of temperature is really a measure of how fast those molecules are vibrating. The more they vibrate, the warmer it feels. 0 Kelvin (AKA Absolute Zero) would be when the molecules are not moving at all. They are perfectly still. Any temperature lower than this would be physically impossible, as you can't get any stiller than perfectly still.
February 5th, 2007
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PI is exactly three!
February 5th, 2007
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-kelvin = going backwards through time kkthx
February 5th, 2007
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Science geekiness. Judas Priest. Flashing Bill Nye. A silly pun. Yeah, this is all-around solid. I appreciate ytmnd's aimed at people above 15
February 5th, 2007
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fived for using the exact song that first came to mind when I saw the site title
February 5th, 2007
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I popped 2 window by mistake, and the resulting music was simply awesome. Concept is awesome, but it would be more fun if you didnt ask it something impossible
February 5th, 2007
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o noes
February 5th, 2007
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oh snap 100 below absolute 0
February 5th, 2007
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I agree with tmtigd. Correctly calculated, despite being... well... insane.
February 5th, 2007
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I don't get it.
February 5th, 2007
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awesom
February 5th, 2007
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HAT THE F*CK??
February 5th, 2007
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lol, physics
February 5th, 2007
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Breaking the LOL
February 5th, 2007
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voting 5 for the retards who are like "WHAT THAT IS AN IMPOSSIBLE TEMPERATURE 1"
February 5th, 2007
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science ftw.
February 5th, 2007
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Put in an impossible input. Get an impossible output.
February 5th, 2007
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Maybe negative temperature is how you judge the excitation of anti-matter? Eh? Eh? Never mind.
February 5th, 2007
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only intelligent people (or anyone who took a chemistry course) would understand this
February 5th, 2007
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hahahahaha
February 5th, 2007
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one of the very few screenshot ytmnds to make me laugh.
February 5th, 2007
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lolz neg kelvin
February 5th, 2007
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f*ck thats cold
February 5th, 2007
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YOU BETRAYED THE LAW!
February 5th, 2007
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If you laughed at this, you're a f*cking nerd. And nerds get their pants pulled down, and they are spanked with moon rocks. So you drop them sweatpants, fatty.
February 5th, 2007
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you clever.
February 5th, 2007
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Until there is a way to have there be negative energy, there can not be any temperature below 0K.
February 5th, 2007
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Breakin the law indeed.
February 5th, 2007
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Frosty the Snowman, has melted on my lawn, his hat eventually enchanted the grass, and the grass became a demonic plant monster... The monster attacked the city, and then there came some terrorists, they wanted to destroy the city, before the monster did. They grabbed a flamethrower, and set the monster on fire, the monster became a flaming inferno, and fell straight to the ground. The hat was burned along with the earthly monster, and so it came to seem... Breaking the LAWL is GOOD!
February 5th, 2007
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Judas Priest + Bill Nye joining forces in the name of pure awesomeness. I love Bill's expression, like "ooooh u kan't do that"
February 5th, 2007
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Its the key... To time travel...
February 5th, 2007
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Hah! It's funny cuz I'm a chem major.
February 5th, 2007
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you're an idiot. of coarse google gave you back a physically impossible number through its automatic -273 formula, but you gave it a physically impossible number that means the exact same goddamn thing so you are the idiot.
February 5th, 2007
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WIN
February 5th, 2007
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Heh. I get it. Is that sad?
February 5th, 2007
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faded
February 5th, 2007
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F*cking awesome
February 5th, 2007
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Stupendous
February 5th, 2007
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A+
February 5th, 2007
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MOAR FLASHING NYE
February 5th, 2007
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BIL BILL BILL BILL
February 5th, 2007
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This is flashing Bill, you must upvote it
February 5th, 2007
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impossible to get to -375 k (or something like that. they havnt gotten to that cold yet. wierd cuz my chemistry teacher talked about this sh*t 2day)
February 5th, 2007
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That is great
February 5th, 2007
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I wonder if Google divides by 0 too....
February 5th, 2007
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ya, but that's like saying "if an object weighs -100 pounds, how much gravatation force does it have?". it's an impossibility. google just applied the numbers to a mathematical formula and is technically correct. if -100k were theoretically possible, that is the correct equivelant celsuis temperature.
February 5th, 2007
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He's Bad.
February 5th, 2007
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SUCK
February 5th, 2007
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This is really terrible; you should feel bad for making this
February 5th, 2007
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BREAKIN THE LAW, BREAKIN THE LAW!
February 5th, 2007
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took me a minute because im an idiot
February 5th, 2007
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Ok look, I think this is pretty good, I'd five it, but I'm with the guys who understand this. Kelvin is just a unit, doesn't matter that you're getting an impossible value, fact of the matter is if someone said -300 degrees Celcius no one would really care, even though that's just as impossible, or -100 metres. Anyway, good job I still liked it
February 5th, 2007
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I lol'ed because I'm a nerd.
February 5th, 2007
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No, google is right. 0 kelvin is -373.15 degrees celsius. -100 is still technically -373.15 degrees celsius. Funny though
February 5th, 2007
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I got the joke
February 5th, 2007
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PLEASE GO TAKE A SH*T SIR!
February 7th, 2007
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flashing bill nye = 5
March 31st, 2007
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F*CK. LAW BROKED.
July 18th, 2007
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future bill nye changes laws of physics