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Message 5 of 126 (544688)
01-27-2010 9:27 PM
Reply to: Message 1 by Coyote
01-27-2010 8:35 PM

here a pratt, there a pratt
He's doing this stuff everywhere.

Message 79

the big bang started with all of the matter in the universe suddenly being sucked in to a space smaller than this period . , then blown apart again. What caused the vaccuum? what was the point? those are the questions that should be asked.

Something "happened" before time. And it happened "suddenly". Guess it would have had to, wouldn't it.

Message 388

have you ever been in the middle of the ocean? when you look to the horizon, it actually curves. i don't know how they could have missed that. also, if they would actually stop and think about it, if there was a central gravity point, wouldn't all of the mass around it get into the closest space to the source? that makes a ball. it is also scientifically innacurate according to my statement. if there was a flat earth, then there would have to be a center of gravity much like a flat plane. it would stand to reason that the plane would try to stretch into infinity. therefore the small amount of mass that would have been the earth would crumble and tear itself apart to get to the source of the flat gravity.

Gravity as a "force" in ancient times. Gravity, period, in ancient times. The idea of being attracted by a plane. The idea of being attracted. Gravity. In ancient times. Gravity as a "force". It would "stand to reason". In ancient times. Pretty sure this guy thinks gravity is a "force".

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Message 14 of 126 (544718)
01-27-2010 11:23 PM
Reply to: Message 13 by bluescat48
01-27-2010 10:59 PM

Re: hawkes nightmare
24hrs - 252.2222hrs

I'm pretty sure it's 24 hours divided by 252.2etc. And I'm pretty sure he has forgotten that an hour has 60 minutes rather than a hundred. And, I'm pretty sure he rounded up.

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