Since we are getting a bit of attention recently we might as well get a thread to compile all the leaf info to one place.
Post anything related to leaf land here.
Also have more leaf mares.
>>311703 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t2LRLYd2Mbwhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jsSSJV1V2BI>Based Canadian NatSoc's Opinion on what is happening also FT Andy "Adam" Racewarski
Also i have heard they are removing the guy who invented insulin from the $100 Banknote.
Sorry The same stuff is happening in your Country LeafBro.
Going to need to watch those tomorow. Sounds interesting.
Its very Informative and Entertaining. Its basically where i get all of my canadian news,aside from JJ mccullough.(Not sure if he's fully white though.think he might be a happa)
Anyone got some good info on the so called ""native kid massacre""?
i believe there was some info in the first video,i posted towards the end.
The statue removals have begun(Even though it is an anglo queen,it should not be torn down.)https://twitter.com/APTNNews/status/1410753619431919618
Think they will find a way to get rid of him for this?
Most likely. He's facing mutiny charges. He's probably gonna go to prison. but then again i dont know about Canadian law. But i don't think castro.jr will take this lightly.
>>311802>He's facing mutiny charges.
Treason trumps mutiny.
In an ideal situation soldiers would be fragging the leadership and taking the command over.
And guess what. All those queers and faggots don't buy this shit. They say that corporations are biggoted and don't actually care about pride (which is right). Those fucking trannies are never happy with anything. They ultimately exist to ruin fun for everyone else.
Tbh, I don't blame them. This corporate faggotry is so transparent it's sickening.
Don't boarding schools for orphans and troubled children generally have a history of this shit?https://archive.is/bb4O9
One of their meaningless stripper poles got knocked down by whites sick of nigger behaviour? Let me play a sad song for them on the world's smallest violin.
Pretty clear Pride month is just a way to get shekels from gullible people. Dont know why gays dont see that.
Trudeau is about to announce a new Governor General. His last appointee (chosen for being a french female astronaut and family friend) was forced to resign for being abusing staff and ignoring the importance of the position.https://www.ctvnews.ca/politics/pm-to-announce-new-governor-general-this-morning-1.5498146
>>311703>Post anything related to leaf land here.
Looks like ole Pinkie Pie enjoyed her trip, eh?
Not sure if true but we might be at 50 burn churchs now.
Also got fire's in noth Ontario for atleast a week or two. Started near a reserve. But i'm sure it was not some bozo fucking up a church burning. No way.
Interesting, yes very interesting.
Going to take a leaf out of my book to jot this on the inky pages.
At least. Leaves did something good.
You know what Leafs you're alright sometimes.
More often then not /mlpol/ leafs are cut above them all.
The Brony Aerospace group was canada. Bunch of dumbasses though.
Back when they were actually around, they were saying their technology required non-disclosure agreements signed. Somehow what they were doing was better than anything else ever conceived. Nor did they want a machinist who has already designed and built their own rocket engine to be on the team.
Later on I found out they wanted to use liquid fluorine for the oxidizer.
Anyone know what ended up happening to them? From the outside, it looks like IRL smacked them pretty hard.
What's Flourine? Is it gay?
I am not a rocket scientist
Here, consider this tablehttps://infogalactic.com/info/Hydrogen_peroxide#Redox_reactions
and how dangerous the chemicals are below fluorine.
If you don't have a frame of reference for these, let me help.
Hydrogen Peroxide you buy in a store is either 3% or 5% and is stored in a brown bottle because light breaks it down into water and hydrogen gas.
Take 50% hydrogen peroxide, dump it on a chunk of dry wood and it catches on fire on its own. 80% or better and its considered "rocket grade".
Fluorine is twice as reactive as this. It is so reactive it will react with noble gasses.. gasses called noble gasses because they don't react with anything. Except fluorine.
As far as I know, there are only one or two different kinds of material than can even contain fluorine. They still react with it, but only on the surface, so the surface reaction (oxidization layer) is the protective boundary to keep the gas contained.
>>314922>Fluorine is twice as reactive as this. It is so reactive it will react with noble gasses.. gasses called noble gasses because they don't react with anything. Except fluorine.>noble gasses
I have to investigate this. In the chemistry class I was told noble won't gasses react to anything.
Sick. Do you think guns could be made with that stuff?
Well, liquid explosives are a thing I suppose. Hydrogen peroxide is one of the better (stable) liquid oxidizers... just mix with a really pure alcohol and I'd imagine it would be stable at lower temps.
Just make sure that whatever liquid fuel you use is really pure. Hydrogen peroxide, while stable, gets really angry really quickly when there are impurities.
A special kind of gun might be able to be constructed using liquid explosives, though I'm not sure what kind of issues would be present with burn rates. In general it should be a lot cleaner than even modern smokeless gunpowder.
Mind you, that is ignoring all the other problems liquid explosives would have in such a device. Storage, ignition, burn rates, etc.
Lots of development would be needed to make such a device possible. Probably a dozen revisions if I had to guess, after consulting a real chemist and working out all the math.
Trudeau was chased out of a neighborhood today. Maybe the tide is finally turning for real.https://gab.com/NeonRevolt/posts/106823129780292403
Okay, since you're being dumb, explosives 101:
Things that explode have two parameters, brisance and strength.
Brisance is how hard the explosive fragments stuff its next to when it goes off.
Strength is how hard the explosion pushes at stuff next to it.Liquid explosives have either too high brisance, or too low strength, to be useful as propellants.
For propellants, you need minimal brisance (so it doesn't destroy the thing you're firing it from), high strength (so it pushes stuff harder), and certain rate of burning
(so it keeps pushing the projectile all the way instead of giving it a kick in the beginning and then doing nothing for the rest of the barrel). And liquid explosives pretty much all either have brisance (=are unsuitable for propellants), or have too low strength (fuel-air explosive has zero brisance and quite a bit of strength, but still not good enough; incidentally FAE is what internal combustion engines run on).
Modern gunpowder is as good as you can get with plain ignition. The only currently devised ways to push things harder are by either using electric ignition of propellant, or straight up electricity (aka railguns and coilguns), and both of them use too much electricity, to the point typical electrically ignited things are artillery
You could still use conventional combustion instead of explosions, i.e. make a rocket, but people already have done that many times over, and solid propellants win out because they're indefinitely shelf-stable, while you need shenanigans (like Soviet Union's hilariously toxic rocket fuels) to store liquid propellants. Also, gyrojet had shit accuracy and penetrative power, losing to conventional guns and still loses to smart bullets.
I think you are talking about the relationship between burn rate and pressure? As near as I can tell you are. The thing about gun powders is the burn rate is easily modified by how much surface area is exposed for each grain that makes up the powder. Similar situation with solid fuel rocket engines.
Liquid rocket engines and two/four stroke internal combustion engines mist the liquid over a certain amount of time...
But I don't think that's the whole picture either, because for something to burn it first has to vaporize the surface, then the vapors burn. I guess I suspect that liquids are the same way, just haven't actually thought about it very much.
Assuming liquids designed to burn like that, even when mixed with the oxidizer, would need to vaporize the surface in order to burn, and modifying the surface area for a liquid like that would be... somewhat difficult.
"a dozen revisions" is how much testing and research I would have to do, and I think that statement is still accurate. Could be accelerated quite a bit with somebody who knows real chemistry and/or liquid burnables really well.
>>318325>brisance and strength
Well, To my knowledge is about the propagation speed a liquid or solid changes its state to gas.
Doug Ford sold out and Ontario now has a vaccine passport system. https://twitter.com/fordnation/status/1433172901101019137
Ford is spinning this as "we need a national system and the Trudeau government isn't doing it, so we're doing this to protect you!" Fuck off you fat drug dealer.
/pol/ is really pushing the PPC party even though the Conservatives seem to be doing semi-decent. Is it worth wasting my vote? I'm in a libtard area anyways.
They are shills and normie tier anons. Real /pol/aks would never settle for less than to scuttle the whole political system.
I mean our conservative parties and lib party are the same so might as well just vote PPC. If the con's lose because of them maybe it will scare them into becoming more conservative or something.
Also early voting today.
Heres a /pol/ thread link to follow.https://boards.4chan.org/pol/thread/338714065#p338714065
Voting for the Commie party.
Hey 'ya fuckin' leaves, how's Canada doing?
I got my vote in, and so did everyone I know who I asked.
The line actually wasn't as long as I thought it'd be. They did ask people about contact tracing before they got into the building, but I just refused to give them my information.
When do you suppose we'll get to see the results of the election? They'll be counting the ballots tonight, but I don't know how long it'll take for all the districts to tally the numbers up so we can get national level data.
Best of luck on the election. Hope PPC gets a noticeable part of the votes so they can't be ignored. Looks like the news is doing all they can to hide them away.
I'm wondering whats the normal death per day here in canada.
And by province. On the daily covid news report they keep saying stuff like 10 deaths in Ontario but i feel like thats normal and not covid related.
Looks like 10 per day is more or less normal, but also the governments are not reporting full numbers. So in these COVID times I think getting actual real data is more or less impossible since no one wants to give real numbers. The data in pic is from macrotrends.net so not sure how reliable or what their sources are. If my calculation is right in Canada there is around 810 deaths per day, so 10 deaths per day in a big province like Ontario is not unusual by any stretch of the imagination.
But most raw data you get now is limited to the start of the pandemic and not including historical data, or skewed to hide other causes of death. The statistic I want to see is the reduction of all other death-causes during covid. Only then I think we will see the errors in the covid death data provided.
I'm just glad I live in a country where all restrictions are lifted and no one cares anymore. I assume when the dust settles and real data comes out the normal death rate per year will be contributed to the vaccination and lockdown and not that covid was not that deadly. I feel sorry for people living in countries that have gone down the perpetual lockdown road.>pic related - the day Norway opened up fully and the pubs were opened for first time in over a year. No spikes reported after fully opening up again almost two weeks ago.
Think it would be possible to find said data on a non-google /non-censoring search network? I can find data on yearly deaths but nothing on the daily. Or well nothing that's not obviously trying say covid cause all of them.
Hopefully more unfiltered raw data will come out later when not all statistic is centered around covid deaths. Currently it is like trying to search for influensa deaths and only given covid death rates at the moment. I would really like to find a raw data source for number of deaths sorted by cause and year that goes back further than summer 2018/19.>pic related is current FHI (Folkehelse instituttet - Norwegian Institute of Public Health) search. "Det er foreløpig kun mulig å velge Sykdom, og kun Covid-19 er tilgjengelig." - "It is currently only possible to select Disease, and only Covid-19 is available."
At this rate, we might have to create a new black market for the non-vaccinated just so they can get some basic necessities. I'm asthmatic and I still refuse the vaccine. It's only a matter of time when they decide to cut my asthma medicine and let me die, simply for not taking a vaccine. They won't even want me to stay locked in my home and have stuff delivered to me. They simply want someone like me dead.
Perhaps a self-sufficient community for the unvaccinated, where they can own guns and defend themselves and build what they need without zoning restrictions or niggers.