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Jan 27, 2006 | 12:43 PM EST

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This took me very very long time and I hope you guys think it is very cute and funny ^_^'

I am not very good in English because i am Norwegian, plz leave me a review and help me get better movie.

~Enjoy~ :3



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

What the hell?

It started out good but basicly the whole flash is about 2 pokemon flying...i kept it on for a hour went outside when i came back THEY WERE STILL DOING IT! If you had put mabey more time into the flast then the borning, long, rewiews THAT HAVE NOTHING TO DO with the couldve been better.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

umm...ja ja

ehh.. selv om jeg kansje er den yngste på newgrounds til og lage animationer så må jeg si at... hva var meningen...?

men den var bra tegna og underholdene da...

p.s. jeg er 11.

Poison-Rat responds:

p.s. eg bryr meg ikkje

Ion implantation is a materials engineering process by which ions of a material can be implanted into another solid, thereby changing the physical properties of the solid. Ion implantation is used in semiconductor device fabrication and in metal finishing, as well as various applications in materials science research. The ions introduce both a chemical change in the target, in that they can be a different element than the target, and a structural change, in that the crystal structure of the target can be damaged or even destroyed.
Ion implantation setup with mass separator
Ion implantation setup with mass separator

Ion implantation equipment typically consists of an ion source, where ions of the desired element are produced, an accelerator, where the ions are electrostatically accelerated to a high energy, and a target chamber, where the ions impinge on a target, which is the material to be implanted. Each ion is typically a single atom, and thus the actual amount of material implanted in the target is the integral over time of the ion current. This amount is called the dose. The currents supplied by implanters are typically small (microamperes), and thus the dose which can be implanted in a reasonable amount of time is small. Thus, ion implantation finds application in cases where the amount of chemical change required is small.

Typical ion energies are in the range of 10 to 500 keV (1,600 to 80,000 aJ). Energies in the range 1 to 10 keV (160 to 1,600 aJ) can be used, but result in a penetration of only a few nanometers or less. Energies lower than this result in very little damage to the target, and fall under the designation ion beam deposition. Higher energies can also be used: accelerators capable of 5 MeV (800,000 aJ) are common. However, there is often great structural damage to the target, and because the depth distribution is broad, the net composition change at any point in the target will be small.

The energy of the ions, as well as the ion species and the composition of the target determine the depth of penetration of the ions in the solid: A monoenergetic ion beam will generally have a broad depth distribution. The average penetration depth is called the range of the ions. Under typical circumstances ion ranges will be between 10 nanometers and 1 micrometer. Thus, ion implantation is especially useful in cases where the chemical or structural change is desired to be near the surface of the target. Ions gradually lose their energy as they travel through the solid, both from occasional collisions with target atoms (which cause abrupt energy transfers) and from a mild drag from overlap of electron orbitals, which is a continuous process. The loss of ion energy in the target is called stopping.


Rated 2 / 5 stars


ja, ikke for å være slem eller no, men er litt enig med han andre som har vurdert filmen... den hadde lissom ikke no mening... men animasjonen var bra, og det var morsom sang i bakgrunn. hadde sikkert vært mye bedre hadde du hatt no historie... no grunn.. se på andre filmer, og lær... finn på en bra historie først, så lager du filmen....

Poison-Rat responds:

Jeg trodde faktisk norske NG-brukere var mer intelligente enn gjennomsnittet, men nei da.

De paralympiske vinterleker 2006 var de niende paralympiske vinterlekene, og ble avholdt 10.–19. mars 2006 i Torino i Italia. Dette var første gang Italia var vert for de paralympiske vinterlekene; de var vert for de første sommerlekene i Roma i 1960.

Torino ble valgt til arrangørby i 1999 i konkurranse med Sion i Sveits, med 52 mot 36 stemmer. Fire andre kandidatbyer hadde gått ut tidligere i prosessen: Helsingfors i Finland, Poprad-Tatry i Slovakia, Zakopane i Polen og Klagenfurt i Østerrike.

Det ble konkurrert i fem disipliner av fire idretter. Som i alle andre paralympiske leker ble medaljer utdelt for hver handikappklassifikasjon innen hver idrett (totalt 58 gullmedaljer ble utdelt).

Konkurransene i alpin skiidrett, langrenn og skiskyting ble holdt i Sestriere og Cesana San Sicario, mens kjelkehockey og rullestolcurling ble holdt i Torino og Pinerolo. Utøverne bodde i utøverlandsbyer i Torino og Sestriere.


Rated 0 / 5 stars

u suk

that was the stupidest thing I have seen today. that damn whale and the bear thing flashing back and forth went on forever and showed a total lack of skill to use the same thing like that for soooooooo loooooooong. get a grip


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

laughing outloud funny

I noticed how you replied to EVERY one of your reviews.
please do not reply to this review with spam

Poison-Rat responds:

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