Webcomic Profile: Question Duck


Question Duck
A curious duck and his friend travel the world together. They visit many places, and ask many questions. Often these things are not related.


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Zone Trooper (Guest), Oct 30, 2015, 09 pm
The Secretive Nature of Submarine Operations and Warfare
Even if you know the official number of Nuclear Submarines, both the Attack/Naval Warfare and Ballistic Missile Carrier variants, don't be surprised if they put more subs in active service than their governments let on; after all, secrecy is always a part of submarines and their operations.
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Zone Trooper (Guest), Oct 30, 2015, 09 pm
From the Future: Prodigy
As of 2015, The Prodigy had just released another album, The Day is the Enemy, on March of the same year. And they're still relatively active.
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Random (Guest), Sep 14, 2015, 05 pm
It's about $1.29 on itunes
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Naht (Guest), Sep 01, 2015, 12 pm
In most places here in england we just call them both muffins. It's similar to jelly and jam, we just call them both jam here. The reasons are different, though. We call jelly and jam the same thing mainly because they're so alike so nobody cares. We call muffins and english muffins just muffins because it's not hard to tell them apart anyways, since you almost always eat something with an english muffin (like butter/jam, or a more interesting filling like sausage meat) but you never eat muffins like that, they always come on their own.

Also, crumpets are something completely different.
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Naht (Guest), Aug 31, 2015, 07 am
This is very oversimplified, but basically, the neurons in our brain start out with lots of little branches, basically, so it's easy for us to link one thing with another, which means new opinions and new knowledge can form easily. However, as the neurons age, these branches are stripped off, and the "grey matter" neurons become "white matter". Once this happens, it's very hard to break a link that already exists, and is near impossible to form new links. So the more white matter there is in your brain, as opposed to grey matter, the harder it is to learn new things or change your opinions. How hard it is to learn new things has little to nothing to do with how much you've already learned.
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EmojiDragon77, Aug 13, 2015, 05 pm
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EmojiDragon77, Aug 13, 2015, 05 pm
let's tell them about homestuck... *gets out some shades*
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EmojiDragon77, Aug 13, 2015, 05 pm
Daaaaaaaaaaaave!!!!! (homestuck fan)
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