Anyways, you know you are a geek when you know this poem and find it funny:
There was a young fencer named Fisk,
Whose thrust was exceedingly brisk.
So fast was his action,
The Lorentz-FrizGerald contradiction
Reduced his rapier to a disk
I realized two mistakes I made, from watching a show about rivers ( dunno how, probably first reminded me of Pythagorean, then mass ). Well they are about the claims I made about mass and Pythagorean Theorem. I am half right on both accounts.
Okay, mass is not just the resistance to acceleration, there is a part B to it, it is the ability to curve the fabric of spacetime.
As for Pythagorean Theorem, it is wrong to use it for geometry, but it cane be used for something else.....well, imagine a river, flowing north at 3 mph. You want to go to the east bank to the west, and you went it to be exact ( assuming no wind and anomalies ), also the boat can only go 5 mph. Well, for that scenario you use the Pythagorean theorem to calculate the angle ( indirectly ) and the speed to move in that angle. You get what I mean?
Lol nice new avatar
I'll see you later man I'm about to go to bed so tired.
oh well I'll manage so far I'm doing good.
Hey man you know there a thread in the history section "what does the Confederate flag mean to you" you need to post in it from what little i know about the civil war these guys are so wrong come on in and help me out before I get backed into a corner.
oh I thought she was the one who slapped you oops.
yeah she did at south hampton the officers club basicly a bar.
LOL. besides it's only a matter of time before she does i can wait for it.
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