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03-24-2010, 05:48 PM
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Great movie.


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General Science and Chemistry.

Luckily I only had to pay to take each then I was done with em, having passed both on the first try.

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According to new research, astronomers may have underestimated the bumber of galaxies by nearly 90%.

This error is due to the types of wavelengths they were looking for as a sign of a distant galaxy.

It's in the Yahoo science news area and I don't feel like typing in the url.

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I wouldn't say better, but they are both good movies.

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Lol, underestimated the NUMBER.

Wtf is a 'bumber?'

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I always thought the most amazing thing that could ever happen would be if we found a way to be able to travel to the other galaxies and to the planets in those galaxies (within a lifetime). It's mind boggling all the possibilities there are. It would also be amazing to be able to witness a supernova or go inside a super massive blackhole, too. Damn physics and your impossibilities!!

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I always thought the most amazing thing that could ever happen would be if we found a way to be able to travel to the other galaxies and to the planets in those galaxies (within a lifetime). It's mind boggling all the possibilities there are. It would also be amazing to be able to witness a supernova or go inside a super massive blackhole, too. Damn physics and your impossibilities!!
stargate sg-1 ftw.

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Physics is full of loopholes, if I remember my P-chem correctly, electrons can do something known as "quantum tunneling" where (please correct me if I'm wrong - awards night starting) electrons can start in one place and end up in another place where the space in between is an area the electron can't exist.

Ill look up the info in my old p-chem book when I get home and work out, if I can muster the energy to do so.

Also, just heard that all varsity assistant coaching jobs are likely done; however, I may be retained as a JV Head Coach, which I really was this year, title notwithstanding.

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Yes, you've described tunneling accurately.

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Physics is full of loopholes, if I remember my P-chem correctly, electrons can do something known as "quantum tunneling" where (please correct me if I'm wrong - awards night starting) electrons can start in one place and end up in another place where the space in between is an area the electron can't exist.

Ill look up the info in my old p-chem book when I get home and work out, if I can muster the energy to do so.

Also, just heard that all varsity assistant coaching jobs are likely done; however, I may be retained as a JV Head Coach, which I really was this year, title notwithstanding.
Yes, I suppose that's true, but I can't imagine us practically exploiting any of these loopholes within my lifetime...

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Yes, I suppose that's true, but I can't imagine us practically exploiting any of these loopholes within my lifetime...
Probably not. However, I do believe we will discover a number of Earth-like planets within our lifetimes. Possibly even simple life on one or more of those.

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Didn't I do some calculation a few TaNs ago in reference to memory/hard drive space potential for quantum computers?

This may be a reality in our lifetime; however, I'd love to see man step foot on Mars or fine life on Europa before I die. Simple demands.

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Does anybody know how they get the seeds out of a seedless watermelon or bones out of a boneless chicken?
The watermelon is created from science. The chicken is processed. Just guessing.

New Mythbusters and South Park

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You mean like your company filing for the largest bankruptcy in American history and setting off the recession full scale, annihilating your retirement plan and 401k in the process? Hmm I wonder what that's like
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I have still yet to read it.

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I have still yet to read it.
You havent missed out on too much.

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