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    • 2bloo4U said...
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    • 5 May 2012, 11:25
    分島花音

  • If someone can find the lyrics to "Call On Me", could they send them to me please. Thanks. [4]

    • Kennoth said...
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    • 5 May 2012, 16:16
    Lucie Silvas – What You're Made Of


  • I have no idea when I copied this...

    Up to this point in the course, you have studied what is known as
    classical physics. Classical physics includes most of the ideas
    about light, energy, heat, forces, and electricity and magnetism up
    to about 1900. The golden age of classical physics occurred at the very
    end of the 19th century. By this time, Newton’s ideas of forces and gravitation
    were over 200 years old, and our knowledge of physics had been
    added to immensely by the work of James Clerk Maxwell, Michael
    Faraday, and others. It seemed as though nearly everything in physics had
    been explained. In the spring of 1900, in a speech to the Royal Institution
    of Great Britain, the great Irish physicist William Thomson (Figure 14.1)
    — otherwise known as Lord Kelvin — stated that “… the beauty and
    clearness of the dynamical theory of light and heat is overshadowed by
    two clouds….” You could paraphrase Kelvin as saying “the beauty and
    clearness of physics is overshadowed by two clouds.” One “cloud” was
    the problem of how to explain the relationship between the temperature
    of a material and the colour of light the material gives off. The other
    “cloud” had to do with an unexpected result in an experiment to measure
    the effect of Earth’s motion on the speed of light.
    Kelvin was confident that these two clouds would soon disappear.
    He was wrong! Before the year was out, the first of these clouds
    “broke” into a storm the effects of which are still being felt today! In
    this chapter, you will meet one of the strangest ideas in all of science.
    In many ways, this chapter represents the end of classical physics. You
    will learn that light is not only a wave, but also a particle. Stranger
    still, you will learn that things you thought were particles, such as
    electrons, sometimes act like waves! Hang on!

    O malevolent one, I pledge my undying love.
  • Leave my a's alone.

  • magic box sorry marin

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    • Kennoth said...
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    • 7 May 2012, 11:53
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  • "Music expresses that which can not be said and on which it is impossible to be silent"

    - Victor Hugo
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    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 7 May 2012, 19:38
    ... In my local supermarket, food is quantized because the product of a om-nom-nom-o-static monopole (sqrt(protein**2 + carbohydrate**2 + vitamins**2)) and a om-nom-nom-o-magnetic monopole (pound coin / 100.0) is quantized, namely the cost of living -- oh wait, entropy fail at line 00100.

    When you fire a pea at the twin slits it will ocasionally split in half and go through both simultaneously, and then spookily unsplit the other side and recombine with a (random?) phase angle. If the phases are pi out the cat will die; if the phases are synchronized the cat will live. What happens if they are pi/2 out? Does the cat become imaginary. like Alice's???

    The little mannequin inside the nucleus has a protractor made up of 137 degrees. If the pea hits the orbital when it reads 0 degrees, the orbital gets a buff :) Else (136 times out of 137) nothing happens, and the pea goes straight through without collapsing the wave function. If we're really lucky though (and have the right frequency oscillator), we can "cheat" and warp the orbital to score a point every shot, like the pinball wizard. Spooky thing happen then ...

  • "Music expresses that which can not be said and on which it is impossible to be silent"

    - Victor Hugo
  • Après s'être produite sur la scène des Folies Bergères du 24 au 31 janvier 2011 et avoir effectué une tournée internationale en février (Londres, New York, Los Angeles, et Montréal, celui de Tel-Aviv ayant été annulé39), elle participe à un album-hommage à Alain Bashung, sorti en avril 2011, dans lequel elle reprend Angora dont la réalisation, les arrangements et les guitares sont signé Johnny Depp.

    sometimes i look at my feet but then i look away at once because feet are repulsive
  • Nokia 5500

  • Auckland is also known as Tāmaki Makaurau.

    Leave my a's alone.
    • MJFreak said...
    • User
    • 9 May 2012, 13:46
    iPad

  • Tucked the darkness in, dragged the harrow across the land,
    found my fresh start, sowed my wildest dreams
    Though I could not know then, I was well in the weeds,
    a tangled mess, whatever could come next

    "Music expresses that which can not be said and on which it is impossible to be silent"

    - Victor Hugo
    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 9 May 2012, 15:51

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    • [Deleted user] said...
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    • 18 May 2012, 04:46
    The admin of the player has kicked you. You have been kicked for for 120 minutes.

    • V0LTA13 said...
    • User
    • 18 May 2012, 13:19
    @RyanGosling

  • http://youtu.be/2PkY1Q3a0jY

    and it's actually music, Im impressed.

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