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Re: Delphi and the Pythoness

Discussion in 'Windows 7' started by Kadaitcha Man, Jan 20, 2010.

  1. Kadaitcha Man

    Kadaitcha Man Flightless Bird

    "solar penguin", thou money-grabbing pervert. What shall I call thee when
    thou art a man. Ye frothed:

    > More sources? Nowadays historians can read all surviving heiroglyphics.
    > Could Newton? They can instantly access materials and experts all
    > across the world thanks to the internet. Could Newton? They can study
    > materials that weren't even discovered in Newton's time. Could Newton?


    Newton studied materials that "weren't even discovered in [his] time" the
    very same way scientists study materials today that don't exist.

    > After all, we know a _lot_ more about gravity<BITCHSLAP>


    Ya reckon? I have any number of scientifically verifiable cites that say
    gravity doesn't work as advertised. Indeed, I have as many more
    scientifically verifiable cites that say gravity pushes, not pulls.

    And where is the proof that gravity is a property of matter?

    And still science does not know what matter is. That's why they're
    building the LHC, you completely stupid dumbfuck google-groups-using
    tardlet.

    > A consensus is A Bad Thing and the only
    > Good Thing you can do with it is question it, challenge it and finally
    > break it.


    I can obtain consensus that you're a fuckwit. Break that, you fuckwit.

    The rest of your meandering gibberish and tripe was hacked.
     
  2. §nühw¤£f

    §nühw¤£f Flightless Bird

    Kadaitcha Man <anon@no.email> clouded the waters of pure thought
    with news:082w0w$3k7$2@spindly-whore-bitch.org.puerto-rico:

    > "solar penguin", thou money-grabbing pervert. What shall I call
    > thee when thou art a man. Ye frothed:
    >
    >> More sources? Nowadays historians can read all surviving
    >> heiroglyphics.
    >> Could Newton? They can instantly access materials and experts
    >> all
    >> across the world thanks to the internet. Could Newton? They can
    >> study materials that weren't even discovered in Newton's time.
    >> Could Newton?

    >
    > Newton studied materials that "weren't even discovered in [his]
    > time" the very same way scientists study materials today that
    > don't exist.
    >
    >> After all, we know a _lot_ more about gravity<BITCHSLAP>

    >
    > Ya reckon? I have any number of scientifically verifiable cites
    > that say gravity doesn't work as advertised. Indeed, I have as
    > many more scientifically verifiable cites that say gravity pushes,
    > not pulls.
    >
    > And where is the proof that gravity is a property of matter?
    >

    Sorry old bean but when I saw that bit I just had to interject:

    gravity is a property of *mass*. The relationship is well
    established.

    Carry On.

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