Discussion in 'On Topic' started by hsmith, Oct 12, 2009.
david uses his as a coat rack
Are you jacking off in my closet?
took you long enough to realize it
You need closer to $500K if you plan on having any fun with it.
I wonder how many mag dumps the barrels on these things last
well it has like half a dozen barrels, so go figure.
Is that blood on the belt near the case?
Blood doesn't stay red when exposed to the oxygen in the air.
Might be fresh
Same gun was $225K a couple weeks ago.
I say wait until it hits $100k around Christmas and ask Santa.
That motherfucker never gets me shit.
miniguns are eh
and it's a garwood, lol
Ad says the Minigun has a GE receiver, but he also has an 80% Garwood.
LOL at him requiring the customer to pay shipping. That's like selling your house but telling the buyer to pay for the keys.
A nuclear guy who's into guns? I think we'll get along.
yeah that's not exactly a plus
it's not a Dillon
cliffs on what his SN means?
Prompt Critical is the state of a nuclear reactor when so much positive reactivity is added, either due to temperature or control rod withdrawal, that power increases at an uncontrollable rate.
It has only happened once to my knowledge: at the SL-1 test reactor in Idaho. I can't post links. but if you google "SL1", the wikipedia article has all the important stuff, including the poor operator impaled to the ceiling by a control rod.
Former Submarine nuclear-trained electrician.
Aaaand good luck finding a transferable Dillon...
More specifically, prompt criticality is when a reactor is critical on just the prompt (instantaneously generated) neutrons from fission events. Normally, nuclear reactors are actually critical because of an enormous prompt neutron population and a very small, but incredibly significant population of neutrons that are coming from the decay of the fission products produced by the fission events themselves. Prompt criticality is an undesirable state for a nuclear reactor, but is necessary for nuclear weapons.
I'd buy 400 Glock 19's instead
Dammn why so fucking much! Time to win the lotto I guess.
Yeah, I usually just describe the effects. I always forget about the part about the prompt neutrons vs. delayed neutrons.
Hell, it's been ten years since power school.
EE school is way worse, too...