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    My friend is a satanist. It's pretty interesting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thealchemist View Post
    Dear INTPs,
    How "idealistic" are you? Do you have some sort of internal code of honour that you live by?
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    I am quite idealistic. All of my actions and attitudes and whatnot are pointing to an ideal utopia. There are three attitudes in particular that are vital to a utopia IMO.

    1. Consider the future before considering the present (especially environmentally).
    2. Treat others as I would like to be treated if I were them.
    3. Competition is fine for games and sports, but for things that matter, the world should play on co-op mode.

    I think if everyone followed those simple rules, the world would improve DRASTICALLY. I follow them to the best of my ability.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Red Herring View Post
    lol, you were supposed to let the non-INTPs discover it!

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    Ha thank you for the insightful replies and the hilarious one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xyk View Post
    Ask for a discount? Depending on the drug of course. If it were something dangerous like heroin or cocaine, we'd have to have a serious talk.
    Quote Originally Posted by Jyak View Post
    Same here.
    Haha. That's cool. Luckily that stuff is expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thealchemist View Post
    Dear INTPs,
    How "idealistic" are you? Do you have some sort of internal code of honour that you live by?
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    hmmm idealistic.. maybe to some degree, but mostly im realistic, but i do tend to look out for ideal outcomes more than negative, its not that i expect them to come true, but imo its better to concentrate on idealistic outcomes. i do think that im bit idealistic at times too.

    yes i have very strong internal code of honor.
    "Where wisdom reigns, there is no conflict between thinking and feeling."
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    can you figure out the conductivity of an element using the atomic weight? if so or not, how would you go about finding something like this out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight View Post
    can you figure out the conductivity of an element using the atomic weight? if so or not, how would you go about finding something like this out?
    Maybe I once could. Definately not anymore now though. Most I've learned about chemistry and all has since slipped my mind. It's not something I have a use for in my daily life.

    If I was to try and find out the conductivity at this moment with the supplies at hand, I'd probably resort to connecting a lightbulb to a powersource using the element as a conductor, and compare it to a standard element for conducting like copper and the result would probably be "Doesn't conduct as well as copper.". Considering copper conducts pretty damn well.
    ~Self-depricating Megalomaniacal Superwolf

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    Quote Originally Posted by knight View Post
    can you figure out the conductivity of an element using the atomic weight? if so or not, how would you go about finding something like this out?
    Do you see a trend in the following table?
    http://environmentalchemistry.com/yo...lectrical.html

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    You can consider how many valence electrons the atom has, how many electrons it has underneath it and how many protons there are in the nucleus to work out how much pull the atom has for it's outermost electrons (for the 1st ionization, the second you need to factor in the missing electron, potentially from an electron pair). You will also need to consider the state of the metal as a whole (it's array), and you would also need to make certain that you've included it's relation to temperature, electrons move more smoothly (faster) at lower temperatures. Before you can do any of this, you need to identify the atom though, which is possible using atomic weight (do you really mean atomic weight?), but kind of unusual.
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