Posts by Sleepdet

    Saw this coming for awhile, my suspicions confirmed when he finally killed off the old forum. It's all hippies and homos all the way down from here. Enjoy your breakdown, it won't be your last you poor confused creature. You can play at being a woman all you want, but no matter the extremes you go to you will never be one. Taking your angst out on people that have supported and even defended you in the past might be a strategy you'll want to reconsider.


    Out here.

    I had a similar experience with what I believe was an F4. I was deer hunting near Houghton Lake and I heard a strange whistling sound. I looked around in time to see a jet fighter fly by so fast and low and loud that it blew the snow out of the trees.

    Was it this guy?

    I think early Mustangs would

    It's the CONCEPT I'm pushing, not necessarily the Spitfire itself. A simple, affordable sports car...not some expensive, glorified crotch-rocket...

    I think early Mustangs would fit the bill. Cheap, fun to drive, easy to work on, and operate under normal conditions the 289/302 was hard to kill.

    Five minutes in and he has already described Einstein's predictions of the relativity of time in very incomplete and untrue way. I hope this was done by the editor and not Dr. Greene. Time is relative to the observer, it's true, it's been observed. But the difference occurs when the observers are moving through space at different speeds relative to one another. Time doesn't just fuck off to another dimension, it doesn't change at all.

    Everything that can happen has happened. Science bears this out. Are we just observers of our own private realities with the illusion of time the result of free will in what we choose to observe? The likely hood (probability) of what happens next based on our past observations making the next event more probable?

    Everything that can happen has happened. Science bears this out.

    No, there is no way to prove this with science.


    Are we just observers of our own private realities with the illusion of time the result of free will in what we choose to observe?

    No, time is not an illusion, it is a measurable phenomenon in physics. Reality is not private, we all share the same reality while, it's our points of view that varies.


    The likely hood (probability) of what happens next based on our past observations making the next event more probable?

    Not 100% sure what you are asking here. Does the act of observing an experiment alter the experiment? Yes, but usually at an immeasurable level. Do experiments influence the future probabilities of something happening? Maybe, who can tell without accounting for enough variables to make a valid prediction?


    You are applying scientific terms to philosophical questions in ways that don't fit. It's using the wrong tool to do the job, like trying to remove bolts with a spoon.