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Sometimes it's more useful to see the ways things don't work.
Can I get a wikipedia link on that? I've never heard of it happening.
Wow I overcomplicated that.
In my experience the smart people who I know ended up scoring high on the ACT. There's always exceptions, sure. ACT scores don't necessarily show of you're a hard worker, which is why colleges don't...
The limits can be performed analytically using l'Hopital's rule.
1) I found it easiest to factor out x from the three sqrt terms (which will leave you with some imaginary terms when you evaluate...
I don't even care anymore. Regardless of public opinion the government will do whatever.
Not good or bad. Just a thing. A thing that needs peer review.
I'm sorry, what title would you prefer? Are we not talking about god here?
Will you renounce your religious beliefs when that experiment is successfully run?
Energy comes in quanta, that's about all there is to it. If that in some way validates any of your points I'm not seeing how.
This has nothing to do with Planck's constant.
wtf does Planck's constant have to do with anything? What are you even talking about?
I'm not sure if the problem is more advanced than I'm seeing it, but one example would be uniform circular motion. I think I've terribly misunderstood though.
I got to be in the show and I was in the chair that gets several thousand gallons of water! They told me to just order a pizza when I got on the fake phone to make a convincing conversation. I'm glad...
Nope. See above. Expanding space has been known since Hubble in the 20's.
September 22 2014
While disappointing, it's not really unexpected since multiple experiments have been going on since BICEP2's data collection ended. BICEP2 ended observations in 2012, it just takes a long time to...
iirc it's basically in a geostationary orbit, with just enough tension to keep the elevator shaft below it taught.
Nothing about it is in any way physically impossible, just difficult to...
I don't know much about particle collider design, but I'm pretty sure they have to have smaller particle accelerators feeding into it.
21st September 2014
Well for one, if you have an ion...
I'm pretty sure he had a green light, but that doesn't matter for u-turns. They're illegal in most places because of stuff like this video happening.
Somehow I'm inclined to think that he meant he doesn't believe in things that have never been observed. I have a tendency to interpret people's words in a way that fits my thinking though.
If someone is not going to kill someone else, they should never be arrested for anything ever.
80+ for sure. You won't have to worry about college costs because you'll be dead before your kids even start applying to schools.
Well then how was he being an Islamaphobe? Am I missing something?
There aren't entire European countries against GMOs. They're strictly regulated, but by no means are the countries against them.
Doesn't always work though. I've heard of speed traps for multiple cars being set up before, with cops pulling over 4-5 cars at a time when they're all speeding in a group on highways.
At one of the public physics lectures my university holds every couple of weeks, a biophysicist was giving a pretty general overview of how physics is applied to cellular biology. When it came time...
If that's what you want to call having a building collapse onto it followed by fires burning uncontrolled throughout the day, then yeah office fires can do that.
Also please don't expect me or...
Buildings tend to be built with straight walls, and trees can look like smoke if you want them too. Basically you could fold about any bill with a building and trees on it to look like any tower or...
Well according to the post a little before yours it basically says so on their website.
19th September 2014
Also this is interesting http://www.projectislamichope.com/
"lol dude let's blow up these buildings because a a $20 bill told us to."
So to answer your question, I think anyone who sees that folded $20 bill and thinks anything other than, "huh that's...
Have you tried Khan Academy? Also if you add me on steam and have any questions while I'm online I'll try to help, but Khan Academy is probably a better bet.
I was expecting the tale of Jesus Christ told as an anime.
Apparently you can gravitationally lens gravitational waves.
Her legs looking slightly uncomfortable do not at all prove that a photo is fake. Also please point out where I called you a name.
Alright then, her legs looked uncomfortable. What about it? Elaborate.
Clearly the answer to this quandary of the slightly uncomfortable looking position of her leg must be a massive conspiracy.
Wow summed up all of your arguments.
Until I can touch the dead bodies I don't buy any of it.
Damning of what? Like seriously what does that prove at all? Even if people were walking in circles for no reason, that would not be enough for any of the claims Perfumly has made to be true.
This is not evidence. You are not debating right now.
You can pretty much get to the level of Aristotle.
If that's the case, feel free to post some tidbits of this evidence in this thread, rather than directing everyone to sit through a 90 minute video or scour the internet.
Unfortunately I don't have the time. This is typically where a conspiracy theorist would declare I'm being a close-minded sheeple, but I know that if the conspiracy theorists had anything actually...
It's the nature of conspiracy theories to try to poke holes in the generally accepted theory without actually providing anything that supports an alternative theory. The only "support" you offered...
Not an exercise in pissing people off, just an exercise in pointing out that passing out bibles near/on school property is stupid.
I don't think anyone besides you would consider 4-7% minuscule.
It's easier to communicate that you saw it since you can #meteor or whatever.
I know the vacuum permittivity and permeability are the constants that determine the speed of light. I was just wondering if there's any serious ideas out there that we are not living in a vacuum and...