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hendecagon-antiprism dot com.com by Anonymous on April 22nd, 2014, 1:27 pm
static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static... etc...
to quote porky pig "that's all folks"... layers upon layers of static... all kinds of static... radio static... television static... heck your lawn... the dew on the lawn... the shade of the tree on the lawn... the rain or snow... the puddles and other accumulation on the ground... the stars in the night sky... the lights of a city viewed from a hill just past the city limits... all just static upon layer of static...
static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static upon layer of static...

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Wandering thoughts by Hendrick Laursen on September 16th, 2014, 3:46 pm
Wandering thoughts

Forget about yesterday, as gone is always gone.
Forget about tomorrow, as today has to run.
Remember goodness your friends have done
But forget the badness that enemies are on.
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QUOTES I LIKE by alpha_3 on April 3rd, 2014, 12:26 pm
No one can be sincere enough for saying what is sincerity. F. Nietzsche
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Cosmic Engineering (Einstein's "Bridge") by BurtJordaan on December 22nd, 2014, 4:25 pm
After wrapping my head around the biggest issues of special relativity theory, I obviously had to move on to general relativity, where gravity takes the center stage. Einstein used uniformly accelerated frames to 'build a bridge' between special relativity and gravity. He established that a uniformly accelerated frame is precisely equivalent to a hypothetical 'uniform gravitational field' - a thing that does not really exist. However, reasonably small stretches of space and time (in a 'real gravitational field') will very, very closely resemble a uniformly accelerated frame.

Engineers normally understand gravity pretty well in terms of how to calculate it and use it in their designs, be it a tall building or the trajectory of a missile or a rocket. They understand that gravity is 'stronger' at ground level than at altitude, and they understand the equivalence between acceleration and gravity in broad terms. But, tell them that the tail end of a uniformly accelerated frame in free space...

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Vivisection by rko619 on November 9th, 2009, 4:34 pm
I didn't want to put this in the actual forum as i feel i would be greatly ridiculed for it, so instead I would like to start a debate here, in a free speaking area,

Vivisection is always an interesting point of discussion, I feel it will be even better in a science community, so,

1) what are your views on vivisection (2) why?

I want a debate to spring up between us all here.

Personally I am pro-vivisection because although computers are an option, its almost impossible to replicate a perfect biological body on a computer program, even if, there would still be errors.
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