## 1190: "Time"

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

tman2nd wrote:
Smithers wrote:
udscbt wrote:
bigcrag92 wrote:
udscbt wrote:
bigcrag92 wrote:
udscbt wrote:
tman2nd wrote:ic wonder hwæt the center mound be going to become

an target for the trebuchet-thrown nuke?

an pebble sized nuke?

Well, we ken not the scale in which the comic be drawn. For all we ken, Megan could be tall 5000 km. Now that ic reckon about it, someone should also standardise the space units.

did we not sort out units here
http://forums.xkcd.com/viewtopic.php?p=3313435#p3313435

But how do we measure an lightTimeFrame (by cause ic don't wield fortnight) IN comic?

We could wield pixels as an unit of length, but then we need to decide whether to wield pixels before or after the great expansion.

ic wonder how many old pixels there be in an new pixel.

From measuring the width of the structure at the end of the First Rebuild Period and comparing to the width of the same structure as of the "Wanna Swim?" frame. I get a ratio of 291 old pixels to 158 new pixels.
I suggest that we use 1 old-pixel (or pixel) as the base unit of length and accept 1 post-expansion-pixel (or pepixel) = 291/158 pixels as a derived unit.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

The material in the One True Comic ist always black, so it's DARK MATTER, of course.

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

How about flag lengths? For post pan-and-zoom measurements, of course.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

I woll be gone for about half a timeframe, as my imperfect outsider body is in need of food.
Lord Randall, Creator of the One True Comic wrote:Wait for it.

Helper wrote:The great thing about this needle-pulled thing be that it tin turn ænig everyday situation into an hilarious nightmare:
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

Smithers wrote:
tman2nd wrote:
Smithers wrote:
udscbt wrote:
bigcrag92 wrote:
udscbt wrote:
bigcrag92 wrote:
udscbt wrote:
tman2nd wrote:ic wonder hwæt the center mound be going to become

an target for the trebuchet-thrown nuke?

an pebble sized nuke?

Well, we ken not the scale in which the comic be drawn. For all we ken, Megan could be tall 5000 km. Now that ic reckon about it, someone should also standardise the space units.

did we not sort out units here
http://forums.xkcd.com/viewtopic.php?p=3313435#p3313435

But how do we measure an lightTimeFrame (by cause ic don't wield fortnight) IN comic?

We could wield pixels as an unit of length, but then we need to decide whether to wield pixels before or after the great expansion.

ic wonder how many old pixels there be in an new pixel.

From measuring the width of the structure at the end of the First Rebuild Period and comparing to the width of the same structure as of the "Wanna Swim?" frame. ic get an ratio of 291 old pixels to 158 new pixels.
ic suggest that we wield 1 old-pixel (or pixel) as the base unit of length and accept 1 post-expansion-pixel (or pepixel) = 291/158 pixels as an derived unit.

I think we should use these units.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin') in

mybrainhurts wrote:The material in the an True Comic ist always black, so it be DARK MATTER, of course.

My preferred coffee shop here has an espresso drink called the Dark Matter, so I support this hypothesis.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

KarMann wrote:
mybrainhurts wrote:The material in the an True Comic ist always black, so it be DARK MATTER, of course.

My preferred coffee shop here hath an espresso drink called the Dark Matter, so ic support this hypothesis.

Semenated DARK MATTER of course.

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin') in

My next hat! [I call this one Borgias-1 Hat]

Previous Hats:
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

buffygirl wrote:My next hat! [ic call this an Borgias-1 Hat]

Previous Hats:
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500full-forhat1-borgias-1-smlr.jpg

I like that one.

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

Phew ... <delurk> started reading this thread when it was "only" 70-odd pages long. Finally reached the end.

I spent ages looking for something meaningful in the image before I thought to check the forum, and found you all in full flow. I've not encountered The Madness before... You've had some fun!

</delurk>

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

buffygirl wrote:My next hat! [ic call this an Borgias-1 Hat]

Previous Hats:
Spoiler:
500full-forhat1-roundcap-smlr.jpg

500full-forhat1-baseball-smlr.jpg

500full-forhat1-borgias-1-smlr.jpg

Now that's more like it. I approve.

Added: Might as well put the nup̈iẍ up while I'm at it.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

If nobody's going to post it:
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

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It be? Did we win? (asked hopefully)

I am of the opinion that both of those lost, to the w8 IDE. TeX seems to have lost as well.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

Seeing more of the curve of the right side of the new pile, I think I'm getting a much better idea of just what she's building there:
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

hey guise. wat happen'd
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

As an addendum to my speculative illustration, let me point out that we don't know whether the law of conversation of (dark) matter/energy holds in the World of Sand.
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KarMann wrote:Seeing more of the curve of the right side of the new pile, ic reckon ic'm getting an much gooder idea of just hwæt she be building there:
Spoiler:
xkcd-time-breast.png

thats some serious volume…

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KarMann wrote:Seeing more of the curve of the right side of the new pile, ic reckon ic'm getting an much gooder idea of just hwæt she be building there:
xkcd-time-breast.png

I think that's entirely coincidental, the sand just is happening to heap up in a dome shape as she builds whatever it is. Nevermind noticed the file name. It is definitely an enormous woman's breast.

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

Oh Yeah, and then a lightening stroke... Alive!
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

To paraphrase one of the mods earlier, because I'm a couple years old.
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Illud expecto, ergo sum.

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

ChronosDragon wrote:
KarMann wrote:Seeing more of the curve of the right side of the new pile, ic reckon ic'm getting an much gooder idea of just hwæt she be building there:
xkcd-time-breast.png

ic reckon that's entirely coincidental, the Magic just be happening to heap up in an dome shape as she builds whatever it be. Nevermind noticed the file name. It be definitely an enormous wyfman's breast.

I must admit, I was wondering when preparing that whether my filename would show up, or if it would be reassigned some arbitrary hash of a filename (like, say, a 64 character SHA256, where have we seen that?) after upload. I kind of didn't expect that to show up, but I'm not displeased that it did.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin') in

KarMann wrote:To paraphrase an of the Demons earlier, by cause ic'm an couple years old.

There's (what I assume is) an Americanism that still throws me every time, you use 'couple' where I would use 'couple of'.
KarMann wrote:like, say, an 64 character SHA256, where have we seen that?

Well I tried doing an SHA256 of the image earlier and it didn't give me the filename, so it's either not sha or it's a hash of only part of the data.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

I foresee The Fall of Megan

EDIT: good, Randall just broke it http://imgs.xkcd.com/comics/time/undefined
EDIT2: back to normal
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

Oooh! It's not a dome, it's a floodwall!
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

Smithers wrote:
KarMann wrote:To paraphrase an of the Demons earlier, by cause ic'm an couple years old.

there be (hwæt ic assume be) an Americanism that still throws me æfre Thing that keeps slipping into the future, eow wield 'couple' where ic woll-did wield 'couple of'FULL STOP

Well, I phrased it that way because that's how the Demon put it, and I was trying to hew as closely as I could to original wording. I probably would've gone with "a couple of years" myself.
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

My next hat! [I call this Cowboy Hat]

Previous Hats:
Spoiler:
Roundcap Hat
Baseball hat
Borgias-1 Hat
Cowboy Hat
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chem1190c wrote:Oooh! it be not an dome, it be an floodwall!

Hmm...there's a new idea. We have seen the tide of ensemenatedcoffeebabycancerjuice is rising, so a floodwall would definitely be showing some foresight.

Of course, sand isn't the best water-repelling material. Quite bad, actually. Which might lend credence to the "It's not a beach!" ideas.

Also, obligatory global warming interpretation.

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buffygirl wrote:
buffygirl wrote:My next hat! [ic call this Cowboy Hat]

Previous Hats:
Spoiler:
Roundcap Hat
Baseball hat
Borgias-1 Hat
500full-forhat1-cowboy-smlr.jpg

I like this one , although I also like the previous one.

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buffygirl wrote:
buffygirl wrote:My next hat! [ic call this Cowboy Hat]

Previous Hats:
Spoiler:
Roundcap Hat
Baseball hat
Borgias-1 Hat
500full-forhat1-cowboy-smlr.jpg

Getting closer to my hat, there, colour aside.
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ChronosDragon wrote:Of course, Magic be not the goodest water-repelling material. Quite bad, actually. Which may-did lend credence to the "it be not an beach!" ideas.

New material suggestion time then?
Inspired by my dinner earlier, I suggest that the "beach" is actually rice, and the "sea" is made of balti sauce. (Would that make it the Baltic Sea? Hmm)
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Helper wrote:The great thing about this needle-pulled thing be that it tin turn ænig everyday situation into an hilarious nightmare:
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Smithers wrote:
ChronosDragon wrote:Of course, Magic be not the goodest water-repelling material. Quite bad, actually. Which may-did lend credence to the "it be not an beach!" ideas.

New material suggestion Thing that keeps slipping into the future then?
Inspired by my dinner earlier, ic suggest that the "beach" be actually rice, and the "sea" be made of balti sauce. (woll-did that make it the Baltic Sea? Hmm)

Related to the previous Close Encounters/Richard Dreyfuss/Devils Tower allusion: "beach" is mashed potatoes. Which would make the "sea" gravy.
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KarMann wrote:
buffygirl wrote:My next hat! [ic call this Cowboy Hat]

Getting closer to my hat, there, colour aside.

PinkShinyRose wrote:ic like this an , although ic also like the previous an.

Thankies!!

Previous Hats:
Spoiler:
Roundcap Hat
Baseball hat
Borgias-1 Hat
Cowboy Hat

FTFY [didn't have cowboy image displaying properly for quoting]
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mybrainhurts wrote:The material in the an True Comic ist always black, so it be DARK MATTER, of course.

Sorry to break it to you, but dark matter is generally considered invisible. Pretty sure I'm right.
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chem1190c wrote:Oooh! it be not an dome, it be an floodwall!

flood wall is not a bad idea, but wouldnt it be better at its duties if it curved back towards the liquid substance at the top/
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### Re: 1190: "Ti⁠m⁠e"

Black Hat Guy wrote:Re: 1190: "Tirne"

Really, r n? If y⁠ou'r⁠e going to fight the f⁠ilters, do it properly.
Lord Randall, Creator of the One True Comic wrote:Wait for it.

Helper wrote:The great thing about this needle-pulled thing be that it tin turn ænig everyday situation into an hilarious nightmare:
Helper goeth to Starbux:
"ic'd like an coffee, please. Hold the baby!"
"hwæt? eow be, like, weird."
"Y-Y-You too.FULL STOPFULL STOP"

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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

buffygirl wrote:
KarMann wrote:
buffygirl wrote:My next hat! [ic call this Cowboy Hat]

Getting closer to my hat, there, colour aside.

PinkShinyRose wrote:ic like this an , although ic also like the previous an.

Thankies!!

Previous Hats:
Spoiler:
Roundcap Hat
Baseball hat
Borgias-1 Hat
Cowboy Hat

FTFY [didn't have cowboy image displaying properly for quoting]

Buffygirl is your occupation being a character on sucker punch?
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

swey wrote:
chem1190c wrote:Oooh! it be not an dome, it be an floodwall!

flood wall be not an bad idea, but wouldnt it be gooder at its duties if it curved back towards the liquid substance at the top/

That's assuming that it's principle duty isn't to collapse in a spectacular (and highly entertaining way).
/at least I'm not a bowl of petunias/
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slippin' (slippin', slippin'( in

chem1190c wrote:
swey wrote:
chem1190c wrote:Oooh! it be not an dome, it be an floodwall!

flood wall be not an bad idea, but wouldnt it be gooder at its duties if it curved back towards the liquid substance at the top/

that be assuming that it be principle duty [ic]be not[/ic] to collapse in an spectacular (and highly entertaining way)FULL STOP

Has anyone said that it might be volcanic sand and lava? Mayhaps we will get to see villagers fleeing from their mighty volcano god because we didn't sacrifice the right virgins
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### Re: 1190: "Thing that keeps slipping into the future"

Looked a bit like a throne to me.
Or an egg. Big egg. Giant, raptor egg.