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Fashion Magazine For Men by 1amdmode on May 22nd, 2017, 6:49 am
WHAT YOU OUGHT TO KNOW ABOUT MEN’S FASHION!

Hello Brother!
What is your opinion about Men’s Fashion? If you feel men need not have any sense of latest fashion – sorry – you are far away from today. Yes - there was a time the word “fashion” was phew-phewed by gentlemen. But the bubbling youth of today is keepings his eyes and mind wide open, to learn about every word published in Fashion Magazine For Men and flips through many a Men Online Magazine and Men Magazine through AMDMODE.com (http://www.amdmode.com/) the Fashion Rendezvous for Men.
Why at all men should care about fashion? A good question indeed. The world over, the word is meant for the fairer sex – young and old alike – to look glamorous; stand out of the crowd and catch some “second glances” from onlookers – men especially.
But the world has changed a lot though. In a competitive world, where millions of men are vying with each other, to establish themselves in various fields, the look, appearance, attire, style, status, lifest...

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Temp file by BurtJordaan on May 5th, 2017, 3:49 am
OK, back to Alice's mission. Her plan has changed a little and she will now first stop in the region of Alpha-C (AC) for some observations. It is way too late to achieve the rocket braking at the original very low (0.075g) acceleration, so Alice asked her INS computer to get them into a 'parking' orbit at a more comfortable 1g retro-burn. Her INS and my trusted spreadsheet 'know' that at -1g, it will take 0.69 years to get the coasting ship to zero velocity relative to Bob, and that it must start to brake 0.2 lyrs (on their rotated map) short of the parking position. At just over 11 years into her mission, Alice comes to rest in Bob's spacetime structure again.

During the 0.69 years of deceleration, Alice's tilted structure has gradually rotated back to align with Bob's structure once again. While their structures were at an angle to each other, space and time were different for them. Here is a summary of the space and time accounting columns:

Stage/event _______ T_Bob yr __ D_Bob lyr...

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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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Anyone Else Guided Here And Other Places Like This Inexplicably? by 1sc on April 22nd, 2017, 11:29 pm
I have been receiving what seems like an inner "guiding hand" to very specific scientific subjects. Not hearing voices or anything lol. Quantum physics, time travel, nanotubes, nanobots, chemtrails, and other subjects. Before 2 years ago I did not know some of these things existed, and I certainly didn't know how they worked. And now I somehow guide myself through some sort of pre existing science and biology curriculum of which I am my own nutty professor. I am in no way complaining. Just hopelessly interested in everything I read about with an insatiable thirst for knowledge??? Has anyone else experienced a sudden heightened scientific enlightenment with no explanation??
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Of Castles, Solars and Green Rooms by toucana on April 4th, 2017, 8:04 am
Of Castles, Solars and Green Rooms


Not long ago I found myself spending a few days of holiday down near Southend on the Essex coast. One afternoon we climbed up the hill to visit the ruins of Hadleigh castle which stands overlooking the railway line and the Medway marshes of the Thames estuary. Built in 1215 by Hubert de Burgh in the reign of King Henry III, the castle was substantially rebuilt a century later by Edward III as part of the Medway defences against the French during the Hundred Years War. Edward III in fact made it his principal residence outside of London for much of his reign.

Little remains of Hadleigh castle today. It was built on an unstable outcrop of London clay and developed an unfortunate habit of collapsing at unexpected moments. Large quantities of the fallen stonework were sold and carted off in the Tudor period, you can still see the tiled hearth where the wreckers melted down the valuable window leads. John Constable painted an atmospheric...

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