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1. Mayflow, for some reason The software does not allow me to accept friend requests. But please consider me a friend! Thanks for your "like" . You are my number 100 like so I am celebrating with a cup of tea!
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1. Jilan liked post by mayflow On thread : "Regaining momentum takes three times as much energy as sustaining momentum" - explanation please!
Peddle is usually used to sell something. Pedal is usually referring to riding a bicycle. In Jilan's post about back stepping either one seems correct to me.
Liked On: 10-10-2014, 10:49 PM
2. Jilan liked post by mayflow On thread : "Regaining momentum takes three times as much energy as sustaining momentum" - explanation please!
Synopsis: Well, the OP was really about some quote from someone wanting to make money by motivating people by feeding them BS. I give xOX credit in the discussion for not asking for money.
Liked On: 10-10-2014, 09:50 PM
3. Jilan liked post by mayflow On thread : "Regaining momentum takes three times as much energy as sustaining momentum" - explanation please!
Yes impulse means change in momentum - Jilan ain't as dumb as he or she looks! Just kidding Jilan, you do make sense you me the few times I think I know what the heck you are talking about. ...
Liked On: 10-10-2014, 09:48 PM
4. Hani liked post by mayflow On thread : 2D projectile motion help
1. I don't know what theta means 2. If there is height in 2D, then you can observe height and width, but not the depth. This may be not true, but you would only see 2 of the 3. 3. If someone...
Liked On: 10-10-2014, 09:19 PM
5. Jilan liked post by mayflow On thread : "Regaining momentum takes three times as much energy as sustaining momentum" - explanation please!
He can probably give you a series of irrelevant equations, but it mystified me too.
Liked On: 10-10-2014, 08:30 PM
6. Jilan liked post by mayflow On thread : capacitors in series and parallel
Do you agree with UT, (The University of Texas) on this? _ Capacitors in Series and in Parallel (http://farside.ph.utexas.edu/teaching/302l/lectures/node46.html) and my friend this is trying to keep...
Liked On: 10-07-2014, 06:49 PM
7. pikpobedy liked post by mayflow On thread : capacitors in series and parallel
Capacitors in some ways in series and parallel circuits act very differently than resistors do. Capacitors absorb and slowy release electric charges, where resistors simply reduce current flow. (In...
Liked On: 10-07-2014, 05:43 PM
8. Boing3000 liked post by mayflow On thread : Quantum Physics, Depth Psychology, and Beyond
Huh?
Liked On: 10-04-2014, 06:37 AM
9. Nicholas Kang liked post by mayflow On thread : Interesting article on underground neutrino detection experiment
I ran across this in a newsletter from ITER which is a multinational project to create nuclear fusion (hot) for mass energy production. Underground experiment confirms what powers the sun |...
Liked On: 10-01-2014, 11:11 AM
10. Boing3000 liked post by mayflow On thread : Thank You From the Staff
Yeah but I haven't been posting since I haven't found any posts that interest me, since xOx got banned. He was tutoring me on some stuff about how far a vehicle may move during the duration of a...
Liked On: 09-27-2014, 07:03 AM
11. Boing3000 liked post by mayflow On thread : Suggestion to add to rules
STOP PISSING ON SPAM! It ruins the pottasium and Zinc content + human piss is stinky and not tasty, and a whole town in southern Minnesota is based on working for Hormel. Spam is spiced canned...
Liked On: 09-26-2014, 07:12 AM
12. Jilan liked post by mayflow On thread : Is this correct?
First, I think even though we got the exact same answers. I think both my friend and I were off a little, and I think it is related to a clock being divided by 12 major units each being divided by 5...
Liked On: 09-20-2014, 05:39 PM