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I note that the last 20 or posts have been devoted to humour, while a little lightening of heavy subjects is not out of place I cannot but feel a little miffed that this goes on while my quite serious discussion for the need for better spelling is vanquished to the outer wastes of 'Geek Speak'.
"Take a dice. A dice has about 10^80 grams of energy!"Everything is wrong with it! the statement is completely obscure and meanigless in scientific termsFirstly energy is not measured in grams secondly 10^80 is a very big number indeedFinally precisely how are they related to a dice (strictly the term for one is a die dice is a plural) but how big and heavy is it? it is not something that has a standard size,As you claim to have written this statement you must be able to explain it in rather more extended and unambiguous terms.
Quote from: Andrew K Fletcher on 07/01/2009 13:00:58Thought this was a lesson in physics not geography?Indeed. So, let's talk about relecting light through 90o - a right-Angola. 
Thought this was a lesson in physics not geography?
should we really just russian and do that on sombody else's topic?
These are your options:Work and EnergyStates of MatterNewtons Universal Laws (Quite Hard)ProjectilesKinetic Energy TheoryThe Anatomy of MatterGravityPotnetial EnergyPressureGeneral Relativity (Very Hard)Special Relativity
I just don't Belize it! Maybe Con-go teach elsewhere?
Mr. Scientist has gone... for good.
Are we back onto the country puns*Sees Mr. Scientist* Oh, hi boss, we were just um...