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  1. Well then, let us see some examples of love and compassion from Islam, shall we? I can post many many more but this thread is pointless as you cannot argue with an Islamist and I am closing it. If anyone wants to continue this discussion, start a new thread.
  2. This is very similar to a heat pump. You are inputting 38232 J of energy in order to extract a total of 51646 J of energy, which includes 14200 J of energy provided by the burning of hydrogen, an external input! This is exactly the way a classical heat pump works! In fact, a COP greater than one is the rule, rather than the exception and your COP of 1.35 is very low! A classical heat pump routinely achieves a COP of around 4.5 This is more nonsense and I will move it to where it belongs, in Silly Claims. This is your last warning for posting nonsense and annoying other members.
  3. One way to calculate the precession of the planets is by averaging the interplanetary gravitational interactions over the orbits of the other planets. It is reasonable to do this, since the precession period in question is very much longer than the orbital period of any planet in the Solar System. Thus, by treating the other planets as rings, we can calculate the mean gravitational perturbation due to these planets, and, thereby, determine the desired precession rate. However, since Venus rotates much more slowly than any other planet, its precession period cannot be accurately cal
  4. Moderation Note: PeterAX your nonsense has been moved to Silly Claims, where it belongs. If you continue to annoy other members with taunts and insults, you will be perma- banned and your nonsense removed from this forum
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    Islam

    You think sheer numbers make it a good religion? Any religion that can be “perverted” to produce something like ISIS, cause adherents to fly airliners into office buildings, burn people alive in cages, behead infidels, oppress women as if they are cattle to be owned …among other atrocities, is not a “good” religion. It is really unfortunate that so many people have either been brainwashed or FORCED into joining this religion. The world would be much better off without it.
  6. First of all, you were not kicked off this forum. The proof is, you are still posting! Secondly, it was a big mistake I made by moving your other thread to Alternative Theories, while leaving this thread under Physics and Mathematics. So, please allow me to correct that mistake and now move this thread into Alternative Theories also. You can thank me later.
  7. That's nice dear. But let's forget about feeding animals and talk about other human beings, shall we? Now tell me what your wonderful loving prophet thinks about flying commercial jetliners, full of innocent people, into office buildings, also full of innocent people? What does your Koran say about that? While you are at it, please explain why infidels deserve to be beheaded and their deaths recorded on video? As far as I am concerned, most organized religions are a form of insanity, but yours is absolutely the worst and the world would be better off without it.
  8. Probably from whatever substance was in his bong, at the time he wrote that.
  9. India giving equal rights to the Ganges is a joke. They should be giving it the “Last Rights”, considering how polluted it is. “The Ganges River, a holy river that was once pure Himalayan Mountain water has turned into a slimy monstrosity. If we were to look at any other river in the world, the Ganges would be the most polluted by quite the margin.”
  10. Well, the quote you provided isn’t about a scientific fact at all but it is about a mathematical fact. For a simple example just consider a 2-D finite space that is 4 square units in area and find out how many different ways you can arrange two 2-D objects, each of which occupies 1 square unit, allowing no overlaps. This can be solved by mathematics alone as 24 = 16 possible arrangements. The statement "Since matter can only be arranged in a finite number of ways in a finite space..." is a mathematically true statement. That brings up an important point that is relevant to this threa
  11. I have to say that you have the wrong idea about science. Science does not deal in absolutes. The whole scientific process is based upon criticism, open-mindedness and accumulation of new evidence that either supports or refutes hypotheses and theories of the natural universe.
  12. Hello Exchemist. Normally I would be very pleased to see you posting again on this forum. But in this case, I have to say that dropping in just to post something negative about another member is bad form. What drives you to do that when I know you are capable of so much better?
  13. The empirical knowledge we obtain through the scientific process is quite different from ontological knowledge, which is that obtained through the study of concepts such as existence, being, becoming, and reality. The point is, scientific investigation, in itself, does not make determinations about the true nature of reality, whatever that may be. Even if science was to say that all phenomena can be quantized, that only means that experimental results are consistent with such a model. It certainly does not mean that we know beyond any doubt that all phenomena really do exist in disc
  14. A cartoon is never off topic in Silly Claims. That's why your cartoon has been moved here. That is my last reply to you.
  15. Thanks for the link, however it would be best to at least give an abstract and summary of your paper, along with the link so that a meaningful discussion can take place. For example, I have recently been reading this paper, by W.E. Lamb, that seems to cover some of the same ground that you are attempting to cover, but in much greater detail. Not being lazy,☺️ I here provide the link, the abstract and the summary, but it is far more enlightening to read the entire paper. Anti-photon W.E. Lamb, Jr. Optical Sciences Center, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721, USA Rec
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