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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-23 21:30:09 (Flag for deletion)

1) never happened
2) CNT nun corpses, look it up ye 'peaceful' ankkkids

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-23 21:22:07 (Flag for deletion)

No fap:
When porky offers you something for free, no strings attached, you just uncritically accept it? No suspicion, no alarm bells in your head?

The deficiencies are obvious if you masturbate too much, just look at the nutritional composition of semen.

erictile dysfunction: https://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/879982

porn is not natural for our brains: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSF82AwSDiU

too much and too little also lowers testosterone: https://www.testofuel.com/tf/does-masturbating-lower-testosterone/

Masturbation is also not the same as sex: Consistent with expectations, results revealed that testosterone levels increased 36% among men during a visit to the sex club, with the magnitude of testosterone change significantly greater among participants (72%) compared with observers (11%).

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21165688
Giving up porn and masturbating less falls under self-improvement given they are addictive habits. /pol/s misunderstanding of soy is a completely different issue.
https://www.yourbrainonporn.com/cambridge-university-brain-scans-find-evidence-consistent-addiction
https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamapsychiatry/fullarticle/1874574

Science requires curiosity, it's not a dogmatic refusal of any piece of information contradicting your biases because said contradiction of your bias implies a bias in the source, it's not stating that you believe whatever you want and that you can distrust any source what. That's simply an argumentation tactic, not an honest standard you apply to all notions you yourself hold as true.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-21 06:05:38 (Flag for deletion)

"A chekist can only be a man with a cold head, a hot heart and clean hands. Anyone who becomes cruel and whose heart remains insensitive to prisoners must leave here. Here, as in no other place, you need to be kind and noble." -Iron Felix

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-18 20:11:44 (Flag for deletion)

this is the Aral Sea. In the 1960s, Soviet researchers predicted the complete evaporation of the body of water, and a river used to irrigate farmland had the excess water siphoned into the lake. This was, however, expensive, and during the privitisations (and subsequent economic catastrophe) of the 1980s, the plan was abandoned. After Kazakhstan seceded, ultra-intensive cotton farming practices and infrastructure mismanagement (most water running through irrigation to the farms evaporated on the way there) accelerated the shrinkage. Most of the former Aral Sea is a desert.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-18 05:08:30 (Flag for deletion)

the Tu-4; It is obviously based on the B-29, that is not denied by anyone, however there are major differences in their construction.

Soviet engineers were tasked with reverse-engineering the several B-29s the USSR had in it’s possession; impounded USAF bombers (under the terms of the 1941 Soviet-Japanese Neutrality treaty) which were forced to land in Soviet territory after flying bombing missions against Japan.
The B-29’s fuselage was made of an 1/16 inch thick plates, or 1.5875 mm. The Soviets used a metric system, so there was no way or logic to produce/use such plates, only 1.5 or 1.6mm. This meant that it could not be applied directly to the original B-29 plans because of mass, length and rigidity changes in the air-frame. So Tu-4 air-frame was redesigned, (increasing and redefining size and dimensions) with the plating being made of 1.8 and 0.8mm plates.
Other differences also existed. The Tu 4 used 20mm guns in its defensive mounts, and later mounted 23mm guns, (both of which were far more effective at defense, having a longer range, able to contend in distance with the 30 and 25 millimeter guns of fighters of the time), and with a heavy enough hit to seriously damage attackers with explosive force, rather than the cleanly punched holes the .50 M2 left. Or the engines; the Tu-4’s ASh-73 radial engines were not copies of the B-29’s Wright R-3350 “Duplex Cyclone” radial engines as is often (falsely) claimed. The two engines were in fact separately developed from the same “grandparent”: the R-3350 was an evolutionary development of the Wright R-1820 Cyclone engine, whereas the ASh-73TK was an evolutionary development of the Shvetsov M-25 which was a licensed copy of that same engine. This common ancestry meant that many parts were similar or even interchangeable between the two engines, but the only component of the Duplex Cyclone engine which the Soviets actually copied was the turbo-supercharger unit. The Tu-4s engines did not include the R-3350’s lightweight magnesium-alloy crankcase, which increased weight but also eliminated the Duplex Cyclone’s infamous tendency towards engine fires so catastrophically hot that they could melt the wing spars in literal seconds. The differences are seen in capability as well. The Tu-4 was about 750kg heavier, 10 mph slower (big difference that is) and carried only 6000kg (whilst the B 29 carried 9000kg), but instead had a slightly higher range, a service ceiling nearly 2 km higher than the B 29, far better power/mass ratio, slightly better wing loading, and a higher maximum take-off weight.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-16 02:34:23 (Flag for deletion)

REverse Ml and ancom and then you got it right

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-11 18:14:04 (Flag for deletion)

good brawling, babushka

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-11 16:53:29 (Flag for deletion)

Revisionism strikes again.

https://msuweb.montclair.edu/~furrg/research/mlg09/did_ussr_invade_poland.html

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Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-03 19:06:40 (Flag for deletion)

Ironically monopoly was originally a game created by a socialist critiquing the exploitation in capitalism

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Anonymous

Posted on 2017-09-07 02:30:53 (Flag for deletion)

The nuclear power thing is ridiculous. It'll actually cost LESS money, resources and effort to provide the same amount of energy via renewable energies.

Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-03 07:38:32 (Flag for deletion)

Except, numb-nuts, renewable energy couldn't compare at the time, the USSR pioneered such technology first. Also please inform me how you'll power an SSN or SSBN without a Nuclear Reactor.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2017-04-30 23:06:02 (Flag for deletion)

#triggered

Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-03 07:35:49 (Flag for deletion)

The full quote states that it must, however, abide within Soviet Law.

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Anonymous

Posted on 2016-09-15 11:58:49 (Flag for deletion)

>Live expectancy.
Man, that universal education <i>SURE</i> HELPED OP.

Anonymous

Posted on 2018-05-03 07:32:48 (Flag for deletion)

>when you're losing an argument but then your opponent made a spelling error

"hurr durr, yer dum"


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