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March 12th, 2006
December 27th, 2006
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?Monopoly - WoW Edition 769 3 (1.67)  2006-09-30
?Chuck Norris Seizes Control 560 11 (2.91)  2006-03-12

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title views votes rating creation
?Chuck Norris Seizes Control 560 11 (2.91)  2006-03-12
?Monopoly - WoW Edition 769 3 (1.67)  2006-09-30

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December 8th, 2006
You fail at German =/ Either Schwaermen Zeit or Toben Zeit would have been appropriate. As you wrote it, it would mean rave time, i.e. commanding someone to rave time, which makes no sense at all. Aside from that, you get a 4 because it was funny lol.
September 21st, 2006
Lol, wave-particle duality. This is perfectly feasible if you consider the fact that time is completely relative, i.e. there is no single path through time. What really gets confusing is when you imagine the concept that matter and antimatter form a ring in time (going forward is matter, going backwards is antimatter). When one of these gets caught in a black hole, the other is oddly made to escape. That's Hawking Radiation.
September 17th, 2006
Haha well done
September 9th, 2006
Just throwing it out there, General Relativity shows that Space and Time are intertwined to the point where they can be called the same entity (hence the usage of the word Spacetime). Of course it is altogether possible that God was the catalyst for the Big Bang, but as we understand physics today, it is impossible to really predict what happened at the big bang. At a level where matter is so infinitely dense as in the case of the beginning of the universe, the laws of General Relativity break down. Until a Unified theory of Quantum Gravity is created and generally verified, we wont know for sure what the universe began as. On a more related note, theres no use in asking what came before the universe anyway. Its like asking whats north of the north pole.
September 4th, 2006
Requiescat In Pace, Steve Irwin