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Posted by: SAN - Sun Aug 21, 2011 6:10 pm
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Post Re: Experiment to find the Veegtrón…   Posted on: Sun Aug 21, 2011 6:10 pm
You proved convection and renamed it?!


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Post Re: Experiment to find the Veegtrón…   Posted on: Mon Aug 22, 2011 9:23 am
If he is wearing a glove he won't be able to feel the cold, end of discussion.

If he is inside a space station/ship (with an atmosphere) there will be some limited form of convection because of microgravity and even if there is none, then the air in touch with the ice will lose it's energy and get cold and then the air in touch with the cold air and so on and so on... until the hand of the astronaut will get cold as well. No new particle needed.

If he is not wearing a glove and in the vacuum of space, he will be dead, end of story!


PS: there is no such thing as a cold field. Cold is simply the absence of energy.

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Post Re: Experiment to find the Veegtrón…   Posted on: Mon Aug 22, 2011 3:07 pm
I have already read your other thread, but this has nothing to do with this topic...

whatever... I give up... welcome to my foe list. I will no longer read any of your posts.

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Post Re: Experiment to find the Veegtrón…   Posted on: Mon Aug 22, 2011 7:07 pm
Everything you are writing is nonsense, this isn't even a science forum, at least only regarding space flight, why are you trying to explain stuff that has been explained and proven right?

Get some education, (including English) and return when you have something worthwhile to say (regarding space flight).

Also the universe is not a particle!


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Post Re: Experiment to find the Veegtrón…   Posted on: Wed Aug 24, 2011 6:57 pm
victorespinoza wrote:
If the universe is made of Veegtrón particles. Then who moves the waves, who send us the space probes travelling to our Solar System?

But the universe is not made of Veegetrón particles! Thet is just your unproven hypotheses. Also which space probes are you talking about? There have been no observations of space probes that does not originate from the earth.
I am not sure I understood the part about waves, no one moves the waves, they just behave according to the laws of physics.


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Post Turing test   Posted on: Thu Aug 25, 2011 5:03 pm
Como usted no es un hablante nativo Inglés. Por favor, conteste esta pregunta. ¿Es usted humano? respuesta en español. El éxito le dará el nivel de respeto a cualquier persona verdadera.

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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Thu Aug 25, 2011 10:20 pm
victorespinoza wrote:
DanielW wrote:
Como usted no es un hablante nativo Inglés. Por favor, conteste esta pregunta. ¿Es usted humano? respuesta en español. El éxito le dará el nivel de respeto a cualquier persona verdadera.

Gracias,

Daniel


Todos los que vivimos en este universo somos seres. Ahora si humanos significa un ser de este planeta y de tu misma dimensión, la respuesta es: sí lo soy.


Uno dos treis, quatro sinco seis, siete ocho nueve dies. Como estas? Muy bien, gracias. I know Spanish also! Also Italian. Pizza, linguini. Also French. Baguete. Also German. Ein, tzvi, drei. Yavol, mein furor! Also Latin. enay, wotay, reethay, cogito ergo sum. Summa cum laude.

Can someone translate the spanish?

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Post Re: Turing test   Posted on: Tue Aug 30, 2011 7:43 am
SuperShuki wrote:
Can someone translate the spanish?


Google can


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