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Nature's violating our 2nd law of thermodynamics

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Old 03-11-2005, 11:35 PM
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Perhaps you can't imagine it like the Greeks did, but the 'Second Law
of Thermodynamics' is being "violated" all the time; with the
aggregation, and buildup of radiation, heat and matter into planets;
suns, and stars: Which ultimately become so massive and hot that they
loose their stability so that their own angular momentum tears them
apart: Bursting them to smithereens; thereby creating new sources of
radiation; heat, and material debris, which radiates outward, and is
ultimately caught up in other, still growing planets, suns and stars,
where it gradually _sinks_ to their centers; where it is all re-crushed
by their tremendous internal pressure.

This aggregation and disaggregation is just one of natures many
repetitive cycles, and has been going on for all eternity: The Greeks
were among the first to realize this.

Don

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Old 03-11-2005, 11:47 PM
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> Perhaps you can't imagine it like the Greeks did...

What made the frickin' Greeks (presumably the ancient ones) special?


Oh... so the Ancient Greeks new about second law thermo? And they knew it
was being violated? History according to Don I guess...


And they knew about radiation?

[pure crap snipped]


Can you prove this?


Idiot!



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Old 03-11-2005, 11:56 PM
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Heh, indeed.. I'll believe don when they unearth the first greek 7-Eleven.


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Old 03-12-2005, 03:37 AM
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Man has lost more knowlege over the last 10,000 years than we have gained.
just because we havn't dug up a laptop doesn't mean that they used their
fingers and toes to calculate. the "Ancients" on every continent on the
planet have shown superior mathematic abilities particularly in astronomy.
starting with the oldest "sumarians" they actually tell the story of the
gods directing a icey moon of one of the outer planets to collide with earth
so earth would have the right elements to support life. we could actually
learn something from them.

You know i'm the inventor of a device I claim is the stuff of conservation
and unity. and through the years i have discovered many things including
several clues indicating that the ancients had a better knowlege of my
device than i do and i invented it. the aztec calendar is not a calendar at
all it is a blueprint.
the myans also have a calendar that indicates a repeating process of 13.

Stonehenge is a demarcation terminal and maintenance bay. So it wouldn't
suprise me if the greeks knew about thermodynamics.

Ring



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Old 03-12-2005, 05:40 AM
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Don1, it's time for u to get off your ass and stop taking physics and
history leasons from the cast of Big Brothers or American Idol..
I'm not even going to bother explaining the shear fallacy of your argument.


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Old 03-12-2005, 10:45 AM
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"ring_theory" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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I presume you are referring here to "Sumerians" and to "Mayans"
respectively.

My mother was a proofreader for newspapers. The first lesson she had to
hammer home to every cub reporter was "No matter what else you do in a
story, *ALWAYS* spell the names correctly."

Errors of grammar can be written off to 'colloquialisms', factual errors
(even substantial ones) can be corrected later, and misspellings of ordinary
words will be caught by the proofreader (that was *her* job), but the
proofreader may not always know the correct spelling of a name she has never
seen before, and the readers will never forgive it if you misspell their
names or the names of people they know.

Two of those such errors that generated complaints to a newspaper would get
a new reporter fired.


Tom Davidson
Richmond, VA


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Old 03-12-2005, 11:16 AM
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"Don1" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in message
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Don, you are a five star idiot. I'm not sure I should even bother reading
the rest
of this tripe.

SR


with the



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Old 03-12-2005, 12:15 PM
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quintum wrote:

argument.

Even with your _best_ shears quintum, you wouldn't know fact from
fancy.

Don

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Old 03-12-2005, 12:23 PM
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tadchem wrote:
to
a
errors
ordinary
has never
their
would get

Tom would you please get off the pulpet and address the subject? Your
mother could have hammered home the same message to aspiring
politicians for all I care.

Won't you be surprised if ring actually has the gismo he talking
about(;^?

Don

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Old 03-12-2005, 12:27 PM
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Steve Ralph wrote:
Law
reading
Who cares if you even know what tripe is; but me and Thee, and even He
don't give a good GD.

Don


planets;
they
of
is
stars,
re-crushed
Greeks

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