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please oh pretty please take me to the POTTY!
Feeeed meee x_x!!!
i just pooped on the floor
The ears is for sonic hearing.
yes i kno im adorable, now stop taking pictures and FEED ME!
I’m getting ready to pee so you better do something
Quasineutrality of a plasma requires that plasma currents close on themselves in electric circuits. Such circuits follow Kirchhoff’s circuit laws and possess a resistance and inductance. These circuits must generally be treated as a strongly coupled system, with the behavior in each plasma region dependent on the entire circuit. It is this strong coupling between system elements, together with nonlinearity, which may lead to complex behavior. Electrical circuits in plasmas store inductive (magnetic) energy, and should the circuit be disrupted, for example, by a plasma instability, the inductive energy will be released as plasma heating and acceleration. This is a common explanation for the heating that takes place in the solar corona. Electric currents, and in particular, magnetic-field-aligned electric currents (which are sometimes generically referred to as “Birkeland currents”), are also observed in the Earth’s aurora, and in plasma filaments.
stop staring or else i will give you my puppy look
your the one that will give me the surprise
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