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Old 03-30-2008, 04:48 PM
jer0en
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in physics there are those who conceive of theory and those who subsequently
fill in the formula's. this actually involves a procedure of computational
delegation with a typical ratio of 1:1.000.000. typically theoretical
conception takes up to 50 years and the communication of the findings,
whether formal or not, about 90 seconds.

in plumming there are those who light gas heaters and kitchen geysers and
those who will be for ever unable to do so except by way of pure chance.
again, communication of the information required takes you 10 to 20 seconds,
but if you would have to find it out for yourself it would possibly take you
a lifetime without the guarantee of any succes. in that case you would for
ever require the aid of a professional, basicly to tie your shoes. and the
same very basicly goes for physics.

ok, 10 to 20 seconds it is. a kitchen geyser requires you to press the
button that enables the pilot light for approximately 30 seconds before you
can let it go, in a gas heater about 1 minute.

that's it. you just didn't know the period. by the way, talking of periods,
you should leave any boiled egg in a small to moderate beam of cold water
for AT LEAST 2 minutes and you will never have any pealing problems again.

I didn't know that


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Old 03-30-2008, 06:05 PM
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this particularly goes for E. and if not minimal, 30 seconds and 1 minute
are typical or nominal, that is, mean values, respectively.


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Old 03-30-2008, 11:42 PM
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so without providing the proper key, physics as well as plumming can be
pretty good privacy indeed. that is up to and including the point of dying.


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Old 04-04-2008, 12:34 PM
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On 30 Mrz., 18:48, "jer0en" <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote:

Whether you have opealing problems or not depends rather on whether or
not
the egg is fresh. Really fresh eggs give you pealing problems no
matter
how long you apply cold water.


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