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read like you mean it... read like you wrote it... by Char0n on August 13th, 2014, 2:37 am
there are sweaty toothed madmen and blankets too short to cover your feet... but they will cover your face and make your breath all hot and bothersome... not that it helps anything to get all bothered by hot air... especially when you have the cool side of the pillow under you... i mean a guy can apologize for being a bit of a boar till the cows come home... it doesn't make the swine of him appear any more the pearl...
all mixed meta-nuts aside... and just like that as mysteriously as he had arrived... he was gone... i mean all this is passed through the first person to get to the second person who had originally passed it through the first person... and so on and so forth... and recanted and recited and renounced and rediculous and reiterated and repeated and reanimated and reconstituted and its still soylent green...
and when they want a thing they see no other way than to pursue it... as if denial of the self somehow makes for an appropriate...

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you’d make a fantastic moderator by Fuqin on November 18th, 2011, 12:28 pm
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Why is relativity so hard to learn?[10X] by BurtJordaan on May 5th, 2017, 12:13 am
This is a "whiteboard dump" for a post following on part [9] of a Philosophy of Science thread with the above name. I have thought to move things deemed too technical here for reference (As sort of Appendices).

BurtJordaan » 04 May 2017, 11:44 wrote:That said, in the next piece we will make Alice turn around en head home, and provided that her long-playing rocket has enough fuel left, make it little swifter.

As Mitchell has indicated above, there is a slight possibility that a future super-dooper technology could perhaps bring Alice back home with the amount of fuel that she has left. As we also discussed, if you have the technology, a higher acceleration would be better, so let us look at a one earth gravity (1g) setting ...

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About science my view by angelabelly on October 5th, 2016, 4:17 am
For a begin, the book includes no analytics. At the point when Newton composed Principia, he was still to some degree undercover about his "technique for fluxions," so he made an interpretation of his contentions into the "geometrical style." Given that a large portion of the issues he addresses are a great deal all the more effortlessly confined as far as math, this makes his geometrical contentions adamantly dark. By and large, you can see through the chaos of lines and bends he makes to the less complex math approach he was really taking after. In different cases, his techniques are simply confusing.
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one 888 numbers and the phones that dial them by Char0n on July 22nd, 2014, 8:56 pm
sometimes the most real dreams are the ones you know you had but for some reason cannot remember... like being shot... but not killed... and then waking up somehow and somewhere ages bygone... and they cannot pin you with that thing... and what if the devil were to blind himself like rage or justice... or simply had found a thing... to argue for him...
surely our perception of direction is the only think stabilizing our presence in life arenas... like game theory isn't enough of a prompt to light a powder keg in your cranium... i mean must the highly tensile reactionary be violent... or for that matter what about vague and distorted record of blogisphere... all of the forgotten titles... the names that were for concepts that were not meant to be...
wide bridged chords... avante garde and coining phrase, mistaking ph for f... all kinds of things that slow you down... strengthen you endurance... you can teach a monkey to write shakespeare... blah blah blah blah blah... what does shakespeare...

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