Choujin Koukousei-tachi wa Isekai demo Yoyuu de Ikinuku you desu! Japanese
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  • Super high school students, even in a foreign world, survive easily!
  • Super Human High Schoolers Are in Another World, But Seem to be Living in Comfort!
  • The Super High Schoolers Affording to Live in Another World!
  • เจ็ดเทพ ม.ปลาย กับการใช้ชีวิตสบายๆในต่างโลก
  • 超人高中生们在异世界也能活得风生水起
  • 超人高中生似乎能够在其他世界中获得成功!
  • 超人高中生似乎能夠在其他世界中獲得成功!
  • 超人高校生たちは異世界でも余裕で生き抜くようです!
  • 초인고교생들은 이세계에서도 여유롭게 살아가는 모양입니다!
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  • 6.40
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Description:
7 high school students that got caught in an airplane accident wake up, in a middle age like fantasy different world where magic and beast-man (juujin) exist.

But they do not panic at their current situation!?

They build a nuclear plant in a world without electricity, they control the economy of a large city in a short work's trip, and finally for their benefactor's sake who are suffering from the misgovernment, they declare war on the evil nobles.

So... none of them is a normal high school student, each of them are super human high school students that stand at the top of politics, economics, science and medicine!
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Shao Mao disgusted face
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This comes off as Japan numbah wan circle jerk but I stayed for the big titties and fanservice.

Last edited 26 days ago by SunSun.

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@definitionofinsanity
(I don't know how to quote so I'll copy and paste)

"Smokeless powder is actually older than Dunnite (by about a decade or two) and, AFAIK, has never been used as a propellent, but as an explosive filler, in ammunition. From what I recall, it quickly got dropped because it was neither as insensitive as TNT nor as useful as filler as other compounds"

I didn't know that, the sources I did read earlier on did say that smokeless powder was made earlier but its advantages weren't made apparent yet, I learned something today.

I also didn't know black powder had enough power to cycle weapons. I based that off of how muskets worked and forgot to factor in accuracy. That bit about the Maxim gun was something else I didn't know. I'll admit my ignorance and thanks for teaching me stuff. I still think they aren't using black powder though, because when they shot their guns, the signature smoke cloud didn't appear. Though this may just be an oversight on the artists or writers part
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@Scones
Turns out, they weren't making black powder, but an earlier version of smokeless powder called Dunnite, which is made using ammonia as an ingredient. This explains the power of the ammunition. Dunnite was also widely used during World War I.


Smokeless powder is actually older than Dunnite (by about a decade or two) and, AFAIK, has never been used as a propellent, but as an explosive filler, in ammunition. From what I recall, it quickly got dropped because it was neither as insensitive as TNT nor as useful as filler as other compounds.

They still aren't using nitrocellulose double base smokeless powder though. But Dunnite should have enough kick to reach far and cycle automatic weapons (if they are ever introduced).


Don't need it. Black powder has plenty of power to cycle weapons. Don't forget that Hiram Maxim began work on this machine gun before smokeless powder was even invented. Sure, the Maxim machine gun benefited greatly from switching over and using smokeless powder, but it wasn't actually necessary in order for the gun to function. Even modern firearms can function with black powder. Hickok45 made a video where he shot his Glock (21?) with black powder (okay, modern black powder substitute, ironically enough with arsenal grade legit black powder of the day probably would have functioned even better). IIRC, the gun ran fine initially until ridiculous levels of fouling (like, orders of magnitude even above shooting blanks or an over-gassed SBR with a can). You can get away with it, the only question is for how long. And, of course, you're not going to be seeing much and you'll be hacking up a lung from the absurd amount of smoke you're going to generate in a very, very short span of time.

Last edited 1 mo ago by definitionofinsanity.

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So in chapter 34(?) they mention the haber-bosch (which makes ammonia) method in ammunition production, so I thought they were using black powder, which shouldn't have enough power to reach the tops of the ramparts in the castle siege. So I did some digging.

Turns out, they weren't making black powder, but an earlier version of smokeless powder called Dunnite, which is made using ammonia as an ingredient. This explains the power of the ammunition. Dunnite was also widely used during World War I.

They still aren't using nitrocellulose double base smokeless powder though. But Dunnite should have enough kick to reach far and cycle automatic weapons (if they are ever introduced).

Also, triple base powder artillery and drumfire when?
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I was in kindergarten when Detective Conan started and I now have a college bachelors degree that I got a few years ago, I don't believe that this one will be that long.

... I hope they actually finish DC some day
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This manga is still ongoing?! Damn.....I was still in 9th grade when this started
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How are they still highschool students, it should say "while still a teenager"
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Yes finally an update
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but she's not even artificial intelligence, just genetically modified.
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Well...that happened...guess that means we'll be seeing more of the other prodigies backgrounds.
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That got real dark real fast ?
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Insert maximum forced traumatic past.
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Well that took a dark turn.
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A perfect democracy works with hidden rules
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So this is basically a Japanese version of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1632_(novel). Hillarious, I love it.
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@meinburn That sounds similar to the argument about communist and socialist countries, and I have zero desire to dive that deep into the rabbit hole with this debate, so we'll just have to agree to disagree, I'll take your word for it on the article, and I've definitely seen LOTGH, although it was several years ago, it is absolutely amazing, and I think all anime lovers should sit through it at least once.

Last edited 6 mo ago by gaigous.

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@gaigous you and the guy in your link are confusing regular monarchy and absolute monarchies. Not every monarchy is an absolute one. Also the guy in that quora article has an enourmous bias towards autocracy. If you wish to learn more about the pros and cons of democracy and autocracy, I suggest watching the anime 110 episodes OVA "Legend of the galactic heroes", it is both very entertaining and informative for people who think democracy=good, monarchy=bad"
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@BloodySorcerer So you institute public education and create a plan to implement it as the generation changes, BAM! Democracy.

You seem to be forgetting a monarchies greatest flaw, and the reason why most 1st world countries don't have them anymore: The monarch and nobles aren't elected officials, they die at some point, a representative democracy has separation of power, one is much less reliable than the other.

Here's a link, in case you're interested: https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-fundamental-flaws-of-a-monarchy
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@gaigous I'm not forgetting this, I just judge that Democracy's flaws are much greater.
Yes monarchy it's much less reliable on paper(I personally believe that monarchy's flaws can be somewhat reduced to be as reliable as democracy with just a few changes in how nobles are educated), but at the end of the day democratic politicians are elected by people who don't necessarily have the knowledge to choose the best option.

You probably heard about this study(It was extremely famous). Some guy conducted a research about a France election that happened, about 4 years ago or so. I'll spare you the details and talk about the results. The guy everyone wanted to elect, because they thought was the best option, he was the first one to lose.
Why? Because out of spite for other candidates, each person decided to vote on the lesser of two evils, to sabotage their campaign, instead of voting for the third option which was the one guy they wanted in power. At the end of the day, one of the two hated and less prepared politicians won. So yes while Democracy is a lot better than Monarchy on paper, I don't actually agree to this because I've seen if fail many times. Also Monarchy wasn't always that bad, Absolute Monarchy was what actually killed it.

Last edited 6 mo ago by BloodySorcerer.