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    • Am I promoting my own memes on my meme that got featured? Yes, yes I am and theres nothing you can do to stop me. So here, take this meme.
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    • Those are two completely different wood cultivars
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    • Not even the same species. Trees/plants all grow differently due to their environmental conditions. I can tell this was by an Axios reader by the grammar as well.
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    • Deadass deleted my comment saying that they were actually different types of trees not stages of growth (“new” = soft wood/pine/fir “old”= hardwood/oak/maple
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    • That’s pine vs cedar. A softwood vs a hardwood. Not the same
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    • They don’t make wood like they used to
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    • If you're mad your comment got deleted you're gonna have to get over it. The feature section is dumb, and I will use it to my own advantage. Im not deleting comments for any reason, not that you "debunked" the post or whatever, all comments are being deleted blindly.
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    • The thing with older boards is, a 2x4 was a real 2 in x 4 in. The same thing applied to all boards back then. I live in a pioneer house and all the boards in it are big chungus boards.
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    • Two different types of wood, stop spreading mis information
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    • Different kinds of wood OP is a moron
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    • Damn you are one special dumb ass dude you know there’s different species of trees
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    • And a 2x4 back then was actually 2x4. Not 1.5x3.5 like you get nowadays.
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    • West coast soft wood vs east coast hard wood
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    • Actually that’s just the difference in pine vs hardwood. 😂
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    • So cut down old forests got it
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    • White pine still holds its own. I worked framing for 10 years enough to know. Many homes in the US and Canada are built from it. Not to mention it’s much cheaper and easier to work with.
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    • Pretty sure the top is soft wood and the bottom is hard wood
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    • Been demoing a building made in the 1940s and they resides barn wood to build it. A bu ch of really cool stuff. Found an old paper and you could rent a 37 Chevy for $15 a month or a 6 bedroom house for $42 a month.
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    • I don’t think you realize that the lines in the wood is how old the tree it came from so more lines is older less younger so no wonder the new wood sucks because it was a new tree
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    • If it’s in a place where it can get wet and rot you need to get treated wood
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    • I thought that was cake
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    • Why does he have wood from 1918
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    • ARE YOU ALL FUCKING DENSE! COUNT THE LINES FOR ACTUAL TREE AGE. HOLY SHIT
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    • Repels.... what?
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    • It also doesn't burn as fast, but that also goes along with new furniture compared to old. We went from a 17 minute window of survival to 3 just from materials used to build a house and then the ones we put in a house.
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    • Redid my porch roof not long ago. House built in 1910. All the wood was just like the bottom. Just standard pine at the turn of the century. Difficult to put a nail into without bending it. Its not hardwood, its just had time to become mature and dense. Cut from century old trees. And is true size.
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    • Is everyone around here blind and stupid?
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    • But old growth wood can have trouble with potence
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    • Also climate was colder, so grew slower
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    • This has to be fucking bait
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    • The top is spf (spruce pine or fir). The bottom is not mahogany but some type of hardwood
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    • Today wood is mass produced and farmed. This is why if a neighbor's wooden fence is being taken out, you should ask them if you can keep it. I made drink coasters out of red wood my woodshop mates and I reclaimed from our teacher's neighbor's fence. It's on my profile check it out.
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    • Those are 2 completely different woods
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    • It’s different types of wood.
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    • Well yeah... that’s how trees work
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    • Well the older trees had more time to grow, been around a while. Now the very second a tree has a few log planks in it they cut it down
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    • They also don’t burn as easy, the new wood is apart of type 5 construction which is termed light weight construction do to it being light weight, it’s really dangerous when it burns because it’s prone to collapsing
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    • You dense mother fucker.jpg
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    • It’s also way less economic to produce
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    • So its like a dick before and after viagra right????
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    • Why invest when you're kids are going to wait for you to die and sell to a slum lord. Or better yet, you get a reverse mortgage and the bank sells it to a slum lord when you die.
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    • The value of wood used to be determined by how fine the grain structure was. Oak was actually considered a shitty cheap wood. Source: some old lady who owned one of the oldest houses in Colorado city.
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    • Hard wood and soft wood?
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    • It's almost like we overexploited a natural resource and are feeling one of the consequences of it
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    • Unlike your mother
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    • Fun fact! This is actually the difference between homosexual and straight wood!
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    • I remember seeing something along the line where someone said this picture and change of wood was a result of climate change and I almost lost it
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    • I mean that's a neat comparison. But we don't need to over build anything. If the faster growing species works, farm that bitch. I was under the impression that a lot of US timber now comes from fast growing trees, making the market fairly sustainable.
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    • Its not old wood and new wood its hardwood and softwood
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    • Just make shit out of stone the way ancient aliens intended.
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    • So what the fuck are you saying? Who asked for wood advice?
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    • The distance between each ring represents how favorable the growing conditions were for the tree and how much light it received. Each ring is a year. Top one had quicker growth. Bottom one had less favorable conditions.
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    • Yea sometimes I make shit with wood and there’s a massive fucking difference, old wood is hefty as fuck but smooth and doesn’t really give you splinters while new wood is a fucking bastard but cheap and easy to work with
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    • Wait those look like different types of wood
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    • Look at how fast that wood grew compared to the other. The dark lines are winter
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    • You can tell this was cut with a new diablo saw bald
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    • One of my earliest saved memes from this app. Stayed in my camera roll through two phones and a factory reset. A nostalgic banget
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    • There is different grades of wood that would close match that, also aging takes part in density. Top wood looks a little wet, where as the bottom is dry
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    • My house built different
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    • Those arent even the same species retard
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    • Slow growth vs. Fast growth wood.
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    • Yeah because old growth wood was older dumbass plus it’s different wood
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    • Top one is Pine, bottom is a hard wood like oak
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    • That’s 100% true. Old cedar shakes are so much more durable and don’t peel up like new ones. There are houses with 50 year old wood shakes on them still look good a new wood shake roof will last 10 years tops.
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    • Each ring is one year so trees grow a whole lot fuckin faster now too
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    • It’s true older wood is gonna have more rings that are densely packed whereas now a days they’re planting more wood and cutting them sooner as well
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    • You can also tell that one is a true 2 by 4 and the other isn't.
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    • The top is sponge cake and the bottom is dense cake
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    • One looks like pine and the other looks like hornwood or oak
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    • They're also completely different trees...
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    • I am a structural engineer. All these comments make me sad.
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    • No one liked old farts until theyre dead and sliced into planks
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    • And it burns a hell of alot slower
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    • If it’s 2018 wood how does it have more than 2-3 rings? Calling all wood/tree experts
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    • Build with 2x6 instead of 2x4... Same 16" on center.
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    • I met a guy like that once
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    • I was also made from even older trees
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    • It's also stronger and because of the density it can be easier to work with for certain types of projects.
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    • Spacing between rings depends on what happens during growth not how long it grew. The type of wood also impacts its density.
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    • Yet another example of how industrialization and technology have led humans to manipulate things to make more now and sacrificing quality just to have more shit to sell and make a quick buck.
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    • This is also why drum sets and other acoustic wood instruments will never have the sound or lusture
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    • Too bad old growth wood isn’t sustainable.
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    • Now that right there is some Quality Lumber
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    • What is making them less dense?
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    • Also changes species over time....I guess.
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    • Or maybe they’re just different types of wood?...
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    • The red on the end of the top one looks like blood
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    • Also different types of wood
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    • Also takes forever to grow which isn’t efficient
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    • Those are two completely different trees
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    • Or it’s different types of wood
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    • Lol and the fact my comments got removed as apposed to the others is fucking great. Gotta love the author who I might day is either a BITCH or a women. Both works I guess. They can decide what comments to keep and takes advantage of it. Definitely a women or a bitch.
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    • When the author removes the comments about people trying to educate others in trees. All i did was say this is false basically and theres still pleatny of dense trees but the author thinks the meme is more important then educated people. What a fucking piece of shit you are.
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    • This dude didn't know about the R I N G S smh
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    • Take me back 😩😩
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    • Also the difference between pine and oak.
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    • That’s literally just hardwood vs softwood. Softwood is used nowadays for structural members because they are much easier and faster to produce than hardwoods. -engineer
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