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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    This is what kind of irritates me though. I take everything Neo says with a grain of salt. It's obvious in his statements that he hasn't done much research on the subject--he's just repeating what...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    I went back and watched the video. They illustrated what I had stated... but they said it in a way that was misleading. The hot steel wasn't attracted to a magnet--but they put it like, "the heated...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    First off, you're just flat out wrong. Magnetic fields can be created in different ways--and while the fields themselves might behave the same, changing the materials that created them would...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    I stand corrected... although you'd said "angular orbital velocity" as opposed to "orbital angular velocity"

    Anyway--my explanation still applies.



    That's because comets and meteors create...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    There's no such thing as "angular orbital velocity," as far as I can tell. All orbits are circular--meaning they go around something, even if it's an ellipse. The earth's speed varies, depending on...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Most of your questions have very simple explanation. Some of them are not valid questions. For example, the earth moves FASTER at perihelion... not slower:
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Ok, I think this is how elliptical orbits work:

    If something is very far out in space, and it falls toward an object (the sun), it will increase in speed as it gets closer. So let's say it's...
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    Re: cp3525 with 59.f0 error

    I've seen this twice, and am left scratching my head. Did you replace the whole assembly or just the solenoid. I wonder if there's another gear in there out of place or something. I had always...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    What I'm trying to find out is, what makes things orbit elliptically. I mean big ones, like comets.

    As for 'slingshotting', if something gains speed due to gravity, it loses that exact speed when...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    That's not enough to explain an eliptical orbit. If a comet comes in so close to the sun that it picks up the speed that it does, it doesn't make any sense to me that the comet could escape that...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Pretty cool.

    But I wonder if anyone, in laymen's terms, can explain why things orbit in an ellipse instead of a circle. I've always wondered that, but could never find an explanation that my tiny...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    That was a reply to me... one to a question I posed, and have since then abandoned, because someone who doesn't understand the concept of freedom could never hope to come close to seeing the point I...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Should that also be the case if your kid rides a bike without a helmet?
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    This quote was not pulled from the Vatican, nor any other authoritative voice of the church, but was an interpretation of a church document. The Vatican did not answer the question directly.

    You...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    The Church does not endorse it. The church ALMOST allows it. But they don't specifically say, one way or another. Millions of Catholics have written the Vatican asking about this issue, expecting...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Speaking of psuedo-science:
    YouTube

    Anyway, the article fails to address a large number of objections to the vaccines. There are people who think it causes autism, but another large number of...
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    [Funny] Re: Joke of the Day

    I remember hearing that on the first ever Monty Python album that I bought.
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    [Error Code] Re: Color laserjet pro MFP M477 59.F0 error

    People should search around a little before asking.

    HP M477fdn intermittent 59.F0 code

    Color Laserjet M477 59.f0
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Exactly what theories has Hawkings come up with that explain anything?

    I mean that he hasn't either redacted or have been so outrageous that they likely couldn't be proven or disproven in the next...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    The moon does spin. But it spins at a rate that will keep it facing the earth as the moon orbits. This situation was probably created back when the moon and the earth were created.
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    At first I thought he was just cut and pasting from one of those flat-earth type sites. But no--he wrote all this.
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    So the face we're seeing just happens to be the position it is in?? If we looked at another black hole, we night see those same rings, only they'd be crossing through the middle instead of around...
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    HP DJ T3500

    I'm starting to really hate this series.

    I've got one that called for a new printhead. The customer replaced it. It goes through some processing, and after almost 20 minutes, says the printhead...
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    Do the gasses that glow actually surround it?? If so, we shouldn't see the blackhole. Because the gasses in front of it would still reach us. Thus, we would just see what looks like another star.
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    Re: Any stargazers out there...?

    I hate articles like this.

    What exactly was the back-drop light that allowed them to take this picture? What light could possibly be BIGGER than the SBH being filmed?

    Or is the disk itself the...
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