My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic

  1. Entertainment

    GNAA Tumblr Hack Resolved, Here’s What Went Down

    Earlier today, the blogging platform Tumblr and its massive community of blogs were hacked by an organization known as the GNAA, notorious for their malicious rhetoric as well as their propensity for inundating websites and blogs with inflammatory commentary they deem an affront to their personal beliefs. The issue has since been remedied by Tumblr's staff, but many were left wondering how and from where did the worm responsible for this hack spread. It all began with The Daily Dot.

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  2. Entertainment

    The Internet Needs More My Little Pony Firearms

    This is a Fluttershy AAC Honey Badger Rifle, and someone needs to make it. Come to think of it, My Little Pony firearms are so genius, there must be a few of them around by now. We did a short search and, true to form, there are a number of real My Little Pony guns. But not enough.

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  3. Science

    Physics Student Casts Doubts Upon the Scientific Accuracy of My Little Pony

    In this video from a high school AP Physics class, student Stephen Magnet turned the cold, unflinching eye of science upon beloved cartoon series My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic.

    Yes, it has happened. "Physical Impossibilities in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic." For our project, we had to find three scenes from any movie or TV show and use physics to find out if something was or wasn't possible. I got 100% on it.
    Among other inaccuracies, he calculated that in one scene, Rainbow Dash must have been experiencing a force of 11.1 Gs. "11.1 Gs can be deadly if it's applied for a minute or so. This is the limit for humans. I'm not sure what the limit is for ponies, and I don't think this limit has been tested on ponies. However, I still think 11.1 Gs for about 15 seconds can cause black-outs or can cause some bodily organs to fail. In this clip, Rainbow Dash did not experience this." Your move, Khan Academy. (via The Mary Sue)

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