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Old 02-21-2006, 11:12 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Haha, weird people.
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Yea welcome to tech-forums :-\
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Old 02-21-2006, 11:39 PM   #73 (permalink)
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Although on the flipside, you can't ignore frozen particles floating in the air and melting once they reach a component above freezing temperatures... But they're kinda side stepping that one with the refrigerator thing, even though some of them are talking about freezers.

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freezers man....the whole scope is to be a freezer...


I have a dream......in the infamous words of some guy here,

"video games.... and popsicles"
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I'd appreciate to be quoted on these things.
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Was that you?! I couldn't remember...but I almost died chocking on a twizzler having read that! That needs to go into a book of famous TF quotes.
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I haven't changed mine since I joined here.......and it's the same avatar at every forum I'm at except for one
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Actually I think this has been done...Its called an ice rink
do you hve a weblink to this "ice rink" setup?? Sounds realy nice to go with a X2 3800+ Manchester and an ASUS A8N32-SLI Deluxe Socket 939 NVIDIA nForce SPP 100 ATX.
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Why don't you just build a PC in a metal sphere, strap it to a rocket and blast it 2.66 billion miles to the surface of Pluto where the temp is on average -230C.

Then access you're PC wirelessly through the galaxy and remotely over clock your machine.

Sounds impossible right... It's not. It'll will be happening in the year 2306. cool huh?

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Ya sure! Right here...

"Ice Rink"

I was being serious when I said that. lol. Some ice rinks use liquid nitrogen and run it through pipes imbedded in the ice.
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