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    #2
    Lol. That is all.

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    #3
    haha, yeah just a bit of fun for kid's education

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    #4
    Wait, water + lava = obsidian blocks, not cobblestone.

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    #5
    Dear Australian Government,

    No Shit.

    Regards,
    Captain Obvious

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    #6
    I sort of have more faith in the kids playing the game, rather than the people who made that PSA

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    #7
    In other news: Endermen aren't actually real and you can actually place things on carpet in real life.

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    MAC_HATER wrote:
    I sort of have more faith in the kids playing the game, rather than the people who made that PSA
    Sums up Australian politics fairly well tbh

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    pretty good actually and considering how ignorant the average net user is nowadays it is a good for the PSA to put this out albeit tongue in cheek

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    Mancubus wrote:
    Wait, water + lava = obsidian blocks, not cobblestone.
    " Cobblestones do not form from water and flowing lava."

    I think you will find that if lava flows into water, stone or cobblestone is produced. If water flows into a lava source block, obsidian is produced. Source: http://minecraft.gamepedia.com/lava?...e#Lavaandwater

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    In related news the Australian government has confirmed, however, that nether rack is, in fact, real. This was confirmed by an Australian PM who has "been to the nether regions with a very elderly woman."

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    #12
    Gold equipment is pretty junk in Minecraft, don't get the PSA

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    And that's all you need to know about Australia, kiddies.

    Also, Australia, you don't say.

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    s.white432 wrote:

    I think you will find that if lava flows into water, stone or cobblestone is produced. If water flows into a lava source block, obsidian is produced.
    Well bugger me, I did not know that.

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    How is a young kid going to get diamonds IRL

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    Australian govt circulates PSA warning of Minecraft's bad science

    fuzzy2308 wrote:
    How is a young kid going to get diamonds IRL
    Fabricate diamonds by covering charcoal with peanut butter and putting it in a microwave.

    Of course!


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    #17
    phew, im glad this was just a bit of fun and not meant seriously

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    #18
    And here I was thinking Minecraft was an alternative to reading a good Earth & Ocean Science book.. damn my education has been a sham all along!

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    #19
    I feel like I just clicked on clickbait

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    Mox wrote:
    I feel like I just clicked on clickbait
    You didn't. Now move along

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    fuzzy2308 wrote:
    How is a young kid going to get diamonds IRL
    Clearly the first step will be punching trees with his bare hands.

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    Mox wrote:
    I feel like I just clicked on clickbait
    There's better ways of getting people to click on clickbait.