70 Year Old Experiment Proves Pitch Is Viscous

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Evil Smurf:
Why did we need to know this, science?

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tho"

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Could not find results for "tho".
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Woah! Was I being controlled by the (SGN) Space Grammar Nazis? I hope that does not happen again.

I suggest you do the same, I have never come across tho" in any dictionary or thesaurus.

Edit: D'oh I replied, http://www.escapistmagazine.com/forums/codeofconduct

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Evil Smurf:
Why did we need to know this, science?

UltraPic:
tho"

GRAMMAR NAZI BOT PROGRAMMING AWAKENED

SCANNING FORUM POST FOR ERRORS

ERRORS FOUND

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Could not find results for "tho".
Did you mean one of the following?
1. Though
2. Thought
3. Although

For more suggestions, look inside a dictionary and/or thesaurus.

Woah! Was I being controlled by the (SGN) Space Grammar Nazis? I hope that does not happen again.

I suggest you do the same, I have never come across tho" in any dictionary or thesaurus.

My Grammar Nazi overlords wish to inform you that was their point. They wish to say that if you want to use a word, you should use a real word.

*raises hand*
How is this relevant today? Most the information I could find say that while we USED to play with pitch to make stuff. We moved on to other materials, also: YOU LET SOMETHING NOBODY KNEW WHAT WAS CLEAN WATER AND TRANSPORT US!?! What more did you not research before using it. I hate to hear scientists come out and say "the origin of ├╝bercancer is potatoes"or ssomething. GLaDOS would be ashamed of you science.

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