brain sizes: Einstein's and women's

John Knight johnknight at usa.com
Tue Jul 30 09:36:24 EST 2002


"Thalamus" <zhil at online.no> wrote in message
news:RBw19.4217$sR2.74665 at news4.ulv.nextra.no...
> "John Knight" <johnknight at usa.com> skrev i melding
> news:VVo19.42401$Fq6.3863731 at news2.west.cox.net...
> > > > In article <8ko09.28058$Fq6.2865116 at news2.west.cox.net> "John
Knight"
> > > <johnknight at usa.com> writes:
> > > > Only if you believe that:
> > > >
> > > >         S = at^2
> > > >
> > > > (check any physics book; he was wrong)
> > >
> > > It was like this, retard:
> > >
> > > F=m(v/t) - a=(v-v0)/t - a is acceleration,v is velocity, t is time, F
is
> > > force
> > >
> > > t=mv/F - exchanging t with F, see the likeness of the equations ??
> > >
> > > t=mv/ma - insert ma instead of F (F=ma)
> > > t=v/a - shorten the thing, by dispatching off with m (mass).
> > > t=(S/t)/a - here's the tricky part, insert S/t instead of v (S=vt or
in
> my
> > > opinion v=S/t).
> > > t=(S/ta) - shorten the whole thing, so it is elegant.
> > > t²=(S/a) - transfer t to one side of the equation, and voila !!
> > > t=sqr(S/a) - you have Brian's equation of time, height and
acceleration.
> > It
> > > was Galileo who discovered the whole ting, the equation says that the
> time
> > > for a mass to fall is dependent on TWO things, acceleration and
height,
> > NOT
> > > mass (which Galileo discovered).
> > >
> > > You loose, I win - as I am a Superior White God, and you're just a
silly
> > > feminine creature :-)
> >
> > Not only did Brian do the math correctly, Cary--he got the correct
answer,
> > which you never did!
> >
> > This is a real hoot, Brian.  Part of understanding this problem is
> > understanding the ENGLISH language, which cary proved that she can't.
>
> Of course I am correct.
> Unlike them I am on the spiraling ladder to Godhood, and one condition is
> that you'll have to shed the flesh.
> http://www.transtopia.org
>
> Brian
> PS. Your Christian God was a great crutch, but it is time to lay away the
> crutch as the old tool has served it's purpose.
> It's time to evolve.
>
>

Well, thanks for the offer, Brian, but we'll have to let you know when we've
got an opening for another God );

In the interim, your expertise in probability and statistics could be very
useful in setting the record straight regarding multiple choice questions.
Is there anything you'd like to add about this?

John Knight





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