# 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
> > 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.