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Open your mind Mr Chemist
Quote from: Thebox on 10/02/2018 18:59:51Open your mind Mr Chemist If you had posted stuff in Chinese and I had said that I don't understand it, would you say that I need to open my mind, or would you accept that you need to post in a different language?
OK, I might learn Chinese in that situation.Imagine that I learned Chinese and I still couldn't understand what you are saying because, while you are using legitimate Chinese words, you are putting them in random patterns and claiming that you have invented a new language.Nobody but you "understands" this "language".Obviously, I can't understand it.Is that because I'm not open minded?
Oh WOW!This was one difficult convo to follow. I would like to say that I understood everything Thebox said, but I can't. However, I was able to follow about 75% of it...maybe 77%. I think Bored chemist has a point about the language. I am not an "abstractian" - coining a new word - but I am one of those guys who knows a little about numbers and those funny squiggly lines, and such. I do so enjoy Vector analysis, Linear Algebra, and matrix conceptualization. I think Thebox has some intriguing "stuff" in what he was trying to say, but I had to work exceptionally hard to dig it out. I would very much like Thebox posting, or emailing me, what he is trying to say, only in a slightly different way.Again, I enjoyed this convo. Thank you - both of you. I bookmarked it, and will be coming back to it as soon as I take some Tylenol.
The use of Δt for a change in time is pretty standard (Though it's not actually something you have said in this thread so defining it is pointless.)But you must be using a different notation when you say "Δ0=Δ1/t=1/k "Because zero doesn't change.So, rather than pointlessly explaining fairly standard symbols, why don't you try explaining what you actually said?
change of 0 dimension is the change of 1 over a period of time which results in 1 divided/spread by space , missed off the over time at the end.
My first question is , can a mono-pole retain form in a single array?
Quote from: Thebox on 10/02/2018 22:43:52change of 0 dimension is the change of 1 over a period of time which results in 1 divided/spread by space , missed off the over time at the end. That's exactly the sort of word salad you need to explain.Quote from: Thebox on 11/02/2018 00:34:12My first question is , can a mono-pole retain form in a single array? Ditto