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quote:Originally posted by alucard1-1That's disheartening, lol. I would assume that it would be considered, logical or mathmatically proveable with this line of thinking:1st - Through physical observation, only one moon can be seen from either the earth's surface, or while in orbit around the earth.2nd - The gravity affect of the moon can be measured by the tides. And we know that the moon stablizes the earth's axis, giving us seasons. The fact that a second, or more, moons would also affect this leads to the conclusion that there is only one moon, and hence no second moon exists.Can it be explained as to why this line of thought is in error? As I said before, I don't have an adequate education to understand this I guess. It seems to me to be rational.
quote:Originally posted by science_guy...Either i'm stupider than i ever thought, or Waffles have nothing to do with ghosts.
quote:I believe that ghosts may be real, because my teacher has had an experience with her uncle, after he died
quote:Originally posted by LaithAs for ghosts, Iíve heard stories from 2 friends that have seen strange things they called ghosts, honestly I do trust them and I donít think they would lie to me, at least I believe that they really think they saw a ghost, not only that but their parents also say there was something at their place.For some reason Iím the kind of person that has to see something to believe it, especially when itís something like that, so I still donít believe in ghosts if you ask me, but I wouldnít be too surprised if I ever saw one! And I really hope I do.
quote:Originally posted by LaithDoctorbeaver: anything new with you?? are strange things still happening at your place? I find this interesting please keep us updated if you do see seomthing would you run away or try to talk to it? i'm guessing it would depends on how scary it looks Laith