La época durante qué se utiliza el gladii era ya en la era de la fabricación en acero. O sea la época del hierro y avanzado lo suficiente para confecciónar espadas (spatia) hasta de un metro. Aun así el gladius hispanicus, un implemento de diseño y fabricación de los Celto Ibéricos media medio metro.
The Infinite Plane Universe/Flat Earth


Quien actualmente piensa que el mundo es un plano?
Come mierda.
Who actually thinks that the world is flat ?
Eat Shit.
That about right ?

Ok let me take a crack:
La época durante qué se utiliza el gladii era ya en la era de la fabricación en acero. O sea la época del hierro y avanzado lo suficiente para confecciónar espadas (spatia) hasta de un metro. Aun así el gladius hispanicus, un implemento de diseño y fabricación de los Celto Ibéricos media medio metro.
The epoch during which the gladius was utilized was also during the era of steel fabrication. In fact the era had advanced enough steel for the confection of swords up to one meter. One such Spanish gladius, fabricated by Iberian Celts, measured one half meter.
Espada has a much nicer ring to it than sword or épée, like in a "You killed my father, now prepare to die" vendetta kind of way.

Qui et Trés bien

Holden and Duck must have the day off.
Fresh Nasa recruits ^^^^ who are filling in have even less than the old hands.
meh. Plus ca change.
This for grownups who have an interest in the topic >>>>
Here are science "facts" as presented in astronomy textbooks:
. the earth spins 1000 mph
. earth orbits the sun at 66,600 mph
. the sun travels .5 million mph
. the moon orbits earth at 2000 mph
. air which appears still actually syncs with earth's surface, simultaneously spinning 1000 mph and 66,600 mph
. we only see one side of the moon because it is "tidally locked" to earth
. gravity keeps planets and their moons in orbits around the sun but doesn't allow them to crash into one another
. water seeks its own level in oceans by bending around the molten core of earth
. Chicago is visible with zoom lenses from 50 miles, even though math predicts the opposite  because it's a "mirage"
. centrifugal force throws objects off a spinning ball at a tangent but this does not happen on earth because gravity grabs us 
Now you are learning.

Let's take one of your "This is ridiculous" statements and put it to the test.
. centrifugal force throws objects off a spinning ball at a tangent but this does not happen on earth because gravity grabs us
I have designed machinery where centrifugal force was a concern and had to be calculated. One of the limiting factors on land speed record cars is whether or not wheels would be able to handle sonic speeds.
If a say 3 foot diameter wheel has a 700 mph rim speed...
A 3 foot diameter wheel had a 9.24 foot circumference... that makes 6536 rpm
so, Centrifugal force is calculated by Ac = v2 / r or its equivalent = ω2 r
ω being the spin rate in radians, and there are 6.28 radians per rev.
Now we have to worry about units of measure here, so 6536 rpm > 108.9 rps
108.9 * 6.28 = 684.1 Rad/sec
6.84.1^2 = 467,989 R^2/Sec^2
divide that by r or 1.5 feet, 311,993 ft/second squared
divide that by 32.2 ft / sec^2 as the force of 1 g and we see that the rim of a LSR car needs to withstand about 9700 g's
That's certainly something that needs to be taken into consideration.

Now let's do the same for the spin of the earth.
1000 mph = 88,000 ft / min Holy shit! 1467 fps!
Diameter of the Earth is 7926 miles or 41,850,000 feet at the equator
ω = > 7.006 x 10^5 rad/sec
ω^2 = 4.908 x 10^9
ω^2/r = 2.35 E16 ft/sec^2 or 7.28 E18 thats 0.000 000 000 000 000 007 28 g's
On my 235# frame, it's absolutely amazing I can hold on.

That is why I read Holden. I can forgive his tit discrepancy.

That is why I read Holden. I can forgive his tit discrepancy.
I show my work.
Will you ever show yours?

Mine is not mathematical. Mine is ethereal. Mine is sublime.
Pity it only blesses some.

I'm your biggest fan though.

Try a little transcendental meditation grav. Leave your body behind for a while and have a look from high above for yourself.

Mine is not mathematical. Mine is ethereal. Mine is sublime.
Pity it only blesses some.
So the short answer is:
“No, I cannot explain or prove it.”
Just like a leftist.

Machinist manuals say that speed is speed is speed.
I'll try to find the one that applies here. or not.
I have an old wall clock with hands that spin one inch per hour. Crank it up to 1000 mph and
... stand back! or runnnnnnn for the hills.
Here is flat footage from 22 miles altitude.
And it's all spinning faster than the fastest jet, according to Holden.
And he has the numbers and letters to prove the optical illusion.
E=mc^2
same diff
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Machinist manuals say that speed is speed is speed.
I'll try to find the one that applies here. or not.
I have an old wall clock with hands that spin one inch per hour. Crank it up to 1000 mph and
... stand back! or runnnnnnn for the hills.
Here is flat footage from 22 miles altitude.
And it's all spinning faster than the fastest jet, according to Holden.
And he has the numbers and letters to prove the optical illusion.
E=mc^2
same diff
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Machinist manuals say that speed is speed is speed.
I’ve been referring to my Machinery’s Handbook for more than 30 years and never read where it says that.

I have an old wall clock with hands that spin one inch per hour. Crank it up to 1000 mph and
... stand back! or runnnnnnn for the hills.
You don't have to "crank it up" to reach "1000 mph". All you have to do is stretch the clock hands a few thousand miles.

The short answer you don't understand

The short answer that sounds like it comes from Karine JeanPierre

"stress in the flywheel rim is independent of the radius and depends solely on the rim velocity."
And you're a machinist ? ?
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