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  • I ascribe to it and it is a fairly important part of how I see the world

    4 50.00%
  • I consider it to be true, but it isn’t hugely important to me

    0 0%
  • I wish I could care more about it, either way\I don’t really give two shits

    0 0%
  • I have my suspicions about it

    1 12.50%
  • I don’t place faith in the theory of gravitation

    3 37.50%
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Thread: What is your view on the theory of gravitation?

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    Default What is your view on the theory of gravitation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Agarina View Post
    What is your view on the theory of gravitation?
    Hmm, has always been the same so far: Delta is change in temperature and energy.

    Don't really know what are you asking about, though,

    If I were to philosophist on a rock sticking out from water, I would write: pray, Agarina, pray.

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    i defy it.

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    @Capitalist Pig, I don't know how to vote. Help me out here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ath View Post
    I just mindlessly clicked all over the screen till it worked

    or did u not understand the poll q?


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    Isaac Newton has also studied alchemy and astrology - who could possibly take him and his theories seriously, hmpf!

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    Of course not @Ath.

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    Can anyone explain why gravity has had a greater effect on my left nut than my right? This occurence has caused me to doubt the entire theory.

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    Isn't it true that gravity is a fairly weak force, and only really exists as the difference between much greater forces? The theory is useful at a local level at least.
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    "I consider it to be true, but it isn’t hugely important to me" = "It seems I would fall a long way if I would step over the edge. But why not."
    "I ascribe to it and it is a fairly important part of how I see the world" = "I was born within a century."
    "I don’t place faith in the theory of gravitation" = "..but flat earth and sky domes sound plausible"
    "I have my suspicions about it" = "I can totally jump to the other side, just hold my beer"
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    I know that a photon is, in the ideal sense (nonexistant sense), not entangled with other particles, and without a positive or negative charge, it oscillates of itself... it's entangled with an infinite black hole. Being drawn into this infinite black hole it experiences 'gravity' as propulsion and oscillation. The infinite black hole is the gravitational constant.

    EDIT1: Now somehow mass is produced. Atoms crystalize from light. That involves entanglement creating polarities. I don't know how it works from this point onward. The generally gist is as mass accumulates, the infinite void is more displaced, and there is this need to return to 'oneness' by which all particles are drawn together, back into the infinite black hole.
    EDIT2: OMG, I fuckin wrote this down and then I watched Aylens video and it says the same damn thing I just said. What a joke... God! Fuck...
    If people would just fuckin listen to me all the answers would be given.
    God fuckin hell.
    Last edited by rat1; 02-18-2014 at 06:55 AM.

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    @Agarina, depends on which theory you're asking about.

    Quote Originally Posted by Jimmers View Post
    Can anyone explain why gravity has had a greater effect on my left nut than my right? This occurence has caused me to doubt the entire theory.
    Considering testicles are usually housed externally, the basic assumption is so they are not constantly banging into each other, as that might hurt. They develop in pairs because it is generally true that two is always better than one. The advantages include diversifying the workload (like having a processor with multiple cores, except all it does is make baby juice), and redundancy in case of trauma or defect. Moreover, the comparative anatomy of sexually reproductive species always features bilateral symmetry. Therefore, healthy females will always be born with two ovaries, just as healthy males will always be born with two testicles.

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