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  1. Right, we could even have a no-net day where ads lose MONEY. Haha
  2. http://news.discovery.com/earth/new-mexico-stretching-120118.html New Mexico is expanding. Hydroplate would call that "rebound." The "where did the water go?" question is answered by Hydroplate as "the land rose above it." ...by contraction of the previously unfragmented continental layer. Rebound...
  3. Thanks Q, ya my teacher showed the [imath]e[/imath] key. lol ~> felt pretty stupid I misunderstood that in the equation as engineering notation. Haha, ya it's gotta be a scam.
  4. All good haha! I will steal for sure.
  5. Nicely put. Could Al's chirality argument pertain mayhaps. http://www.fqxi.org/community/forum/topic/467
  6. I apologize for not appreciating your submission in time. Too little too late, I found it both a good read and profound, two qualities that rarely meet.
  7. "...And do not call anyone on earth 'father,'..." --Matt 23:8-9 http://www.remnantofgod.org/beastword.htm "Why do your disciples transgress the tradition of the elders? For they wash not their hands when they eat bread. But he answered and said unto them, 'Why do you also transgress the commandment of God by your tradition?'" -- Matt 15:2-3 http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Karaite_Judaism First 15 minutes at least, pleeeeez. http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=2662031810327980639
  8. Thank you very much. Lots to go on. Thing is this question was obviously a typo considering the scope of the course. I'll just include this bit in my answer (as opposed to cheating via hyperphysics): Vc = Voe-t/RC Vc = <SYNTAX ERROR> Vc = Abort, Retry, Ignore Edit: Talked to the instructor, and now I feel stupid. lol The e is epsilon ε and it's just a button on my calculator. Yay Thanks again, lawcat.
  9. I'm assuming the 'e' just means: x 10^x. Guess that's been my trouble from the beginning. -t/RC = -0.025s/(2MΩ·15nF) = -0.025s/0.03s = -0.833 V(t) = 25v e -0.833 But I can't get any calculator to put decimal points in the exponent. Good news is I figured out the online calc at hyperphysics lol Got 10.43v there but still just trying to figure out how. PS 6.847e-2 maybe?
  10. Thanks for the help, man. I'll try that out.
  11. I could use some help interpreting this calculus equation into something more trig level. From Hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu I assume this translates to Vb = Q/(C(1/1/(t/RC))) (I need to find Vb) If someone could just arrange this equation into something I can understand and explain I would greatly appreciate it. A college textbook for electronics 101 asks for the voltage across a 15nF capacitor charged with 25 volts 25ms after its leads are shorted with a 2MΩ resistor, but the book never touches on that kind of math. Go figure. It only shows how to get the time constant (tc = resistance
  12. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2WdYt9VkVek
  13. Square one seems to only get more complicated. :blink: Is it reality growing, or our perception of it?
  14. Honestly dunno. Haha! But wow, ty Craig. Serious food-for-thought.
  15. Back tha **** up now! Shut tha **** up now! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXMy4VoEj2Y Oh Jah! See me so low! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=brq531zlY0M
  16. NEW MILLENNIUM! TRIBAL WAR! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ho0LxvbnMPk
  17. Welcome to hypography! =) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YgSADIQSbpQ&feature=related
  18. I googled "science forums" =P
  19. We shape clay into a pot, but it is the emptiness inside that holds whatever we want. -- Musō Soseki
  20. No, no, god! I meant the phrase "Federal Science Minister" from the article. Sorry for the confusion. Just gives me the heebie jeebies.
  21. Always? Every time? Either statement? ****
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