1. Donationrwingett
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    08 Sep '05 12:49
    Originally posted by zombies
    This post is to once-and for all put to shame this big bang bullshit, and in a way glorify the living God Yehova

    Considering how much bang (energy) is in a nuke, what if one made a nuke the size of the earth?? Or rather how much energy is contained in a nuke the size of the universe.

    So if all mass can be transfered into a form of energy, and if in t ...[text shortened]... ull is the move of his hand??? or if he was to actually stand up???.

    PPL fear the living God.
    Sadly, all you have succeeded in demonstrating is that you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
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    08 Sep '05 13:34
    Originally posted by rwingett
    Sadly, all you have succeeded in demonstrating is that you have absolutely no idea what you're talking about.
    Where did his original post go?
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    08 Sep '05 13:50
    Originally posted by lucifershammer
    Where did his original post go?
    It was sadly swallowed by the gap theory. 🙁
  4. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    08 Sep '05 14:561 edit
    Originally posted by lucifershammer
    Where did his original post go?
    Posts are neither created nor destroyed. They only change form. It might currently be the energy behind the Post button, or the vitriol in RWillis's post.
  5. Standard memberDoctorScribbles
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    08 Sep '05 15:061 edit
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Posts are neither created nor destroyed. They only change form.
    As evidence of this, recall last year's eruption of Mt. Ivanhoe, in which an entire forum was converted into the energy required for the subsequent cooling. The Fourm Issues forum wasn't destroyed, but merely converted into ashes, and then memories.
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    08 Sep '05 18:29
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    As evidence of this, recall last year's eruption of Mt. Ivanhoe, in which an entire forum was converted into the energy required for the subsequent cooling. The Fourm Issues forum wasn't destroyed, but merely converted into ashes, and then memories.
    Not unlike an off-site forum for U-Boat commanders which seems to be but vapour now.
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    08 Sep '05 18:31
    How does Einstein know e=mc^2 ? I could easily say that e=mc^3.
  8. Donationrwingett
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    08 Sep '05 18:36
    Originally posted by DoctorScribbles
    Posts are neither created nor destroyed. They only change form. It might currently be the energy behind the Post button, or the vitriol in RWillis's post.
    Vitriol? Although I've posted my share of vitriol, that post is pretty tame by comparison.
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    08 Sep '05 18:45
    Originally posted by SicilianNajdorf
    How does Einstein know e=mc^2 ? I could easily say that e=mc^3.
    Yes, you could. You could also say that there is a green monster hiding in your closet.
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    08 Sep '05 19:09
    Originally posted by KneverKnight
    Yes, you could. You could also say that there is a green monster hiding in your closet.
    That's hillarious...
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    08 Sep '05 19:35
    Originally posted by SicilianNajdorf
    How does Einstein know e=mc^2 ? I could easily say that e=mc^3.
    I would guess that he did the math. Unless you have a degree in physics forget about being able to understand it.
  12. Standard memberHalitose
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    08 Sep '05 19:37
    Originally posted by gambit3
    I would guess that he did the math. Unless you have a degree in physics forget about being able to understand it.
    Hey. I don't have a degree in physics and can at least boast a rudimentary understanding of matter in relation to energy. 😛😛
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    08 Sep '05 20:44
    Originally posted by gambit3
    I would guess that he did the math. Unless you have a degree in physics forget about being able to understand it.
    Actually, high school math is sufficient.
  14. Standard membergenius
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    08 Sep '05 21:06
    Originally posted by lucifershammer
    Actually, high school math is sufficient.
    i did an introductory course to relativity last year and it was rather, well, hard...

    we had to apply e=mc^2 at high school, but we didn't go into any depth in it, and i doubt i could prove it using my knowledge from school...

    although, i am a genius after all 😉
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    09 Sep '05 00:411 edit
    Originally posted by lucifershammer
    Actually, high school math is sufficient.
    I have been of the understanding that it takes calculus to work out that energy matter conversion formula. Perhaps I am wrong.
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