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General Science / Re: What lies beneath Stonehenge?
« on: 12/09/2014 08:36:23 »
This?

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General Science / Re: astrological arithmetic?
« on: 15/01/2013 03:03:18 »
thank you

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General Science / astrological arithmetic?
« on: 13/01/2013 12:57:06 »
consider the multiples of 3 and there are tables online. all multiples of 3 can be resolved to 3, 6, or 9, buy simply adding the factors of the multiples to result in 1 number. consider the multiple of 3 which is 666... 6 + 6 + 6 equals 18... and 1 + 8 equals 9. this silly message whatever it is called seems to resolve all multiples of 3 to either 3, 6, or 9. Why? I call it astrological arithmetic because it popped into my head when I was drunk AA

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and the skin of the sphere would be made of 2 physical dimensions whereas the interior of the sphere would be made of 3 physical dimensions

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General Science / Re: Do Magnets Wear Out ?
« on: 22/09/2012 15:42:30 »
i thinx heat can demagnetize

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the edge would be the skin of the expanding balloon universe. I skin which consists of 2 dimensions, length and width. Inside the skin of the bAloon length width and depth comprised 3 dimensions until do very center of the baloon where aCentral Point exiSts dimensionless.so what is the difference between the point that has no dimensions and the exterior of the bAloon which is supposedly nothing?I'm steins twins,elroy is sitting dead still in the central axis of the universe while elmer is in his space ship traveling at the speed of light  as universe expands

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:-) if the edge of the universe is 2 dimensional ,and the interior is 3 dimensional,and a central point is 1 dimensional?

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you blow the rings around the pistons. gasoline burns faster then diesel

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the first step, which is half the distance,can also be considered a distance in and of itself?

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what did the pressure cooker say to the black hole?

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"eat sh1t & die"= maybe esophagus cant acidize like stomach?

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Chemistry / Re: Is there a speed of heat?
« on: 12/08/2012 15:51:24 »
Kirchoff's law?

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12 months/yr X 30 days/month = 360?

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bosons account for mass?

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Huh?

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imagine a foton machine gun shooting 100 photons at a target. If the machine gun is moving away from the target the photos will hit the target at a lower frequency.whether the gun is moving or not ,100 fotons will deliver the same amount of energy to the target

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Physics, Astronomy & Cosmology / Re: Flatness of Universe
« on: 26/07/2012 15:00:18 »
whats the black hole theory of the universe?

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imagine the moving light source having 2 lights shining in opposite directions= 1 goes red & the other goes blue. Turn off the blue light & then what?

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Physiology & Medicine / Re: Does alcohol always dehydrate?
« on: 15/07/2012 20:19:04 »
headache from hangover is due to dehydration of the water around the brain, i read, so a good midnight hi quantity gulp of water in the middle of the night helps with the morning after.

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huh? mine dont but when they do a touch of flame works best

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will the cold room be heated faster by using a fan?

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WONDER IF FRACKING?   oops
fracking removes volatiles which may fuel the volcano?
Nah,  the amount of energy in molten rock is orders of magnitude greater than contained in the sorts of shales which can be "fracked" for hydrocarbons. 
no chance the unfrakked volatiles will migrate to the volcano upon eruption rumblings?

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not as short as a point

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WONDER IF FRACKING?   oops
fracking removes volatiles which may fuel the volcano?

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