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I spent more time trying to get an audible. It's the region between the start and the end of every chromosome, plus a few segments in our mitochondria. There are many things that, while reading the What If?

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Cycling out of Control. Navigation Main page Latest comic Community portal xkcd. New Features: Based on Google Earth imagery, Borislav would definitely see clear signs of human activity in about 10 of those 50 points. Don't worry if you don't get the jokes - each cartoon is linked to it's respective XKCD Explain entry! Parses the xkcd What If archive. Jarod talk In another five or ten cases, Borislav might be able to see something if you looked carefully or walked a short distance; it's hard to be sure without actually visiting the points to find out what you can see.

Jump to: I would love to see an analysis of the most recent "what-if" - What-if as I'm sure each excerpt from an alternate-universe "What-if" column has an interesting background. I guess if you want to publish some of the what-if pages, nobody can stop you. A study used 3D motion capture to measure the forces involved in an elite gymnast's routine. Returns a WhatIf object representing the latest What If article.

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Under the right conditions, these water vapor trails from planes can linger for hours. Welcome to the documentation for python-xkcd!

Depending on the humidity, you may have a good chance of seeing jet contrails. Most of the points were over open ocean, out of sight of any land. But that doesn't tell you much; 'Dinosaur Comics' author Ryan North is closer in height to certain dinosaurs than to the average human.

Jump to. Let's see how much force Rex needs to withstand. And if you try to keep it, you'll be a criminal DMCA I love the cartoons, adding humor to all the facts! Randall Munroe, author of the webcomic xkcd, has found another outlet for his inquisitive nature.

Returns a WhatIf object corresponding to the What If article of index passed to the function. Corcorana, Mark C. How close would you need to be to a supernova to get a lethal dose of neutrino radiation? It's 'cause you're dumb. Most of them are too faint to see, but if you're in an area without much light pollution, and you look carefully enough, there's virtually always a satellite visible.