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• 05-21-13, 09:53 PM
Kittamaru replied to a thread enterprise D in SciFi & Fantasy
What do you mean by "Waffled"...? Not a term I'm familiar with, sorry :)
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• 05-21-13, 07:15 PM
Speaking as someone with many years of work within the mainstream physics research community in the areas of quantum field theory and curved...
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• 05-21-13, 06:15 PM
rr6, there is a set of sub-forums at this site for personal ideas/theories/random nonsense/guesses, this particular sub-forum is not the place. I can...
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• 05-21-13, 06:10 PM
This is actually the question which amounts to my GCSE (aged 16 exams here in the UK) maths coursework many moons ago. The question was to work out...
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• 05-21-13, 03:40 PM
Start giving more blowjobs. I'm sure you'll find a more productive husband. (would not reccomend for the children)
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• 05-20-13, 05:16 PM
In the Gnome 2 versions of Ubuntu (back a few years ago) you could set an option so it automatically reloaded the windows you had open when you last...
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• 05-19-13, 04:15 PM
Then you are not talking about mainstream concepts and thus you need to provide your own viable model details in order to really say anything. As...
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• 05-19-13, 02:44 PM
The binomial formula tells you how to expand (a+b)^{n} for n a positive integer, ie (a+b)^{2} = a^{2} + 2ab + b^{2}, (a+b)^{3} = a^{3} + 3a^{2}b +...
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• 05-19-13, 11:06 AM
Velocity and position are good motivating examples of how calculus, specifically derivatives, works. If velocity is constant we know that the...
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• 05-19-13, 08:26 AM
Hardly a brilliant invention, using magnets to float things off the ground is a common thing, particularly in regards to maglev trains. Besides in...
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• 05-19-13, 07:47 AM
Not necessarily, depends on the set up. You can have acceleration without any change in energy, ie circular motion. Reality is against you....
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• 05-19-13, 06:38 AM
Only if the force and power levels are constant in time. Otherwise you have to define them as integrals, E = \int_{t_{1}}^{t_{2}}P(t) \textrm{d}t, If...
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• 05-19-13, 06:34 AM
Yes but, as I explained, the notion of spin for particles is not about the particles spinning like little balls, like the Earth does about its axis,...
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• 05-19-13, 05:51 AM
Between? I'd say more that substance exists within space-time. And if we take a cue from various quantum field theory ideas space-time is not the...
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• 05-19-13, 05:34 AM
It depends a bit on what concept you're referring to. 6 o'clock, as a means of identifying a particular time, defines some region of space-time, as...
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• 05-19-13, 12:01 AM
Correction - it's separating the rapists from everyone else... and in my honest opinion, separating them from this life. Rape is one of the most...
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• 05-18-13, 05:55 PM
Why do you want an alternative method? The simultaneous equations route is what you used anyway. Furthermore you seem to think using the fact there's...
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• 05-18-13, 05:42 PM
1.93 is not in either range. Furthermore you're making an invalid assumption about what the ranges represent and how they are constructed. It is...
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• 05-18-13, 12:47 PM
So you disagree with relativity then? Relativity deals with energy conservation and motion and within it speed is always relative, not absolute. ...
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• 05-18-13, 12:29 PM
More like 7+ billion. If you want to make statements about spin, space-time, particles etc you need to make your definitions precise, not this...
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• 05-18-13, 11:56 AM
It is immediately obvious from observations we're in a domain with at leasy 3 spatial directions, since we can move in 3 different, independent...
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• 05-18-13, 11:46 AM
You don't have a 'theory', not in the scientific meaning of the word. You have a supposition or hypothesis or more like just a random guess without...
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• 05-17-13, 08:32 PM
A surprisingly large number of important algebraic identities are proven by knowing when to multiply by 1 and/or when to add 0. The question is in...
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• 05-17-13, 05:34 PM
I suggest reading the final section of this post first before typing a reply. Only replies of a particular kind will be entertained. Actually...
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• 05-14-13, 10:45 PM
Well... that depends on a number of things. Going strictly by what we see on screen, Trek has a huge advantage here - the Federation ships, for...
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The potential energy is here not simply used between two points A and B.It is rather used on a larger bandwidth while downward motion.
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