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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Oregonaut » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:25 pm UTC

COCKSuitCOCKS truCOCKS.
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Postby Magnanimous » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:51 pm UTC

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Postby PhoenixEnigma » Fri Nov 26, 2010 10:54 pm UTC

I actually have a COCKS COCKS COCKS key on my keyboard...
I'm not sure what that says about me.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby The Cat » Sat Nov 27, 2010 12:57 am UTC

Almost forgot! Certainly don't seek your approval. Picture captain Cook. Agree about the Evans. The thought sickens me to no end. Hurts more coming off than going on. Genuine smile isn't forced. I doubt there will be much booty to shake.
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Postby Dargon Cophe » Sat Nov 27, 2010 1:39 am UTC

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Ubik » Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:57 am UTC

The Secrets of Metaphysics
The Secrets of Philosophy of Mind
A play in one act

The curtain opens. We see two people wearing togas.

Philosopher: You think you are the one in control of your own mind?
Doubter: Yeah.
Philosopher: So, what then controls that "you" part that controls your mind?
Doubter: Maybe a soul?
Philosopher: Even if we assumed there is a soul, what would then be in the control of it? Are you going to make up more stuff or just going directly to the point of saying it's turtles all the way?
Doubter: I guess that wasn't a good idea after all.
Philosopher: Yup. Any other thoughts?
Doubter: ...lemme think about it for a moment.
Philosopher: Don't make me wait too long.
Doubter: I know! The mind has something to control it - the mind itself!
Philosopher: Really? That's your answer?
Doubter: Recursion is really cool, isn't it!
Philosopher: Do you realize you just made things more complicated without really even adding anything new?
Doubter: Well you tell me then what's behind our consciousness!
Philosopher: Nothing! Or actually just processes that are either deterministic or probabilistic or perhaps even some wacky combination of both. Either way, what's behind everything going on in your mind is less what your mind actually is.
Doubter: *gasp*
Philosopher: In other words, YOU ARE NOW THINKING AUTOMATICALLY.
Doubter: *realization* aaaAAAAaaaAAA my mind is going, and I can't control it!
Philosopher: Gotcha!
Doubter: *sob*
Philosopher: The unfortunate part is that this applies to me too.
Doubter: *more mindless sobbing*
Philosopher: AAAAAAAAAAAA! My mind!

Curtain closes.

This one was for the ancient philosophers and Jack Chick.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby existential_elevator » Sat Nov 27, 2010 12:12 pm UTC

Philosophy of mind. Not metaphysics.

Otherwise, "A" for effort.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Ubik » Sat Nov 27, 2010 12:19 pm UTC

Well damn, I should have given more thought for the title. Anyway, thanks for the effort-A.

Edit: Actually changed the title instead of only acknowledging it wasn't originally correct.

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Postby You, sir, name? » Sat Nov 27, 2010 4:30 pm UTC

I'm eating pasta with some sort of cheese-based sauce that's way too warm.

So in other words, ¡This cheese is burning me!
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby viscusanima » Sat Nov 27, 2010 4:55 pm UTC

Tomato-based sauces are the worst for burns. Y'know when you burn the roof of your mouth and you get a flap of skin and then it's sore for days and days, just because you had the audacity to attempt to eat your bolognaise? Yeah, that shit sucks.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Giant Speck » Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:20 pm UTC

I hate that flap!
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Postby viscusanima » Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:25 pm UTC

Did I say skin? I meant mucous membrane.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby dumbzebra » Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:44 pm UTC

Please count how many mistakes are in this statement (also answer/correct it):
If an object A moves with the speed of light, time runs slower in the Object B (from A´s perspective)
If B is also moving (not close the the speed of light) its energy of momentum is constant, hence as time runs slower, its mass must go up (from A´s perspective)
But as B´s mass goes up, also its gravitational pull must go up. But if that´s true, any form of energy (e.g light) would be immediatly pulled towards its clossest object.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Cassi » Sat Nov 27, 2010 5:59 pm UTC

I hate philosophy of mind. Yet it was somehow one of my best marks last year.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Sir_Elderberry » Sat Nov 27, 2010 6:00 pm UTC

dumbzebra wrote:Please count how many mistakes are in this statement (also answer/correct it):
If an object A moves with the speed of light, time runs slower in the Object B (from A´s perspective)
If B is also moving (not close the the speed of light) its energy of momentum is constant, hence as time runs slower, its mass must go up (from A´s perspective)
But as B´s mass goes up, also its gravitational pull must go up. But if that´s true, any form of energy (e.g light) would be immediatly pulled towards its clossest object.

Right, so we have two objects, A and B, and two reference frames, which I will call Sa and Sb. I'm not sure why your objects are traveling at the speed of light, but that's only possible for massless objects. We can ignore this (I think) and still address your question by pretending you said .9c, 90% of the speed of light.

Now, in relativity, it's important to define your reference frames. You say "B is also moving" but claim it's at a different speed than A. But if you imagine yourself standing on the side of a road, and a car passes at 120km/hr, it's important to recognize that, from the car's reference frame, you passed by at 120km/hr. You haven't really specified where B's speed is being measured from--the velocity of A relative to B is the same as the other way around. Because of this, both observers observe the other as having slowed down time relative to themselves.

Now, you say "its energy of momentum is constant." This statement is a bit jumbled, I'm afraid. Classical momentum and energy are dependent on reference frame, and I'm not familiar with the term "energy of momentum"--they are separate quantities.

Your conclusion is roughly correct, actually. In General Relativity, it isn't mass that bends space, but the "mass-energy" tensor, so light will bend towards any source of energy, hence gravitational lensing effects and the like.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby RetSpline » Sat Nov 27, 2010 6:45 pm UTC

Is there a word for a statement which isn't logical, per se, but makes perfect sense to the person saying from their limited viewpoint. I mean, stupid obviously works, so does ignorant, but I'd like to be a bit more diplomatic than that.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby podbaydoor » Sat Nov 27, 2010 7:58 pm UTC

Fallacious.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby The Scyphozoa » Sat Nov 27, 2010 11:24 pm UTC

After a few days of not using my computer, only my Droid, I finally turn on my computer, and...

"The screen, it's so big! It's so beautiful..."
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Magnanimous » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:13 am UTC

I almost want to read horrible romance novels just for the ridiculously-written sex scenes.

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Postby You, sir, name? » Sun Nov 28, 2010 9:53 am UTC

Magnanimous wrote:I almost want to read horrible romance novels just for the ridiculously-written throbbing sex scenes.


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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby I Am Raven » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:02 pm UTC

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Ubik » Sun Nov 28, 2010 1:32 pm UTC

I recently heard a song I liked. It was interesting to find out that the band is from the same city where I live. I proceeded to download their album (it's freely available) and noticed a song named Teignmouth Electron. The name didn't mean anything to me and the song doesn't have lyrics. It didn't take much time to find out that it was the name of a boat Donald Crowhurst used. Wikipedia article tells the story relating to the boat and boat race, it's a sad one. Another interesting coincidence is that I only just realized that I have actually heard and liked another song earlier that tells the same story from perspective of another contestant in the boat race.

This is bit Baader-Meinhofish.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Sandry » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:03 pm UTC

Augh, I don't understand how people can tolerate collecting clocks. They get SO LOUD, and then you have like thirty of them, and how are you not COMPLETELY INSANE?

I am leaving today, which is probably a good thing, though I've otherwise found Thanksgiving weekend up here really relaxing.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby TimelordSimone » Sun Nov 28, 2010 4:17 pm UTC

Sandry wrote:Augh, I don't understand how people can tolerate collecting clocks. They get SO LOUD, and then you have like thirty of them, and how are you not COMPLETELY INSANE?

I am leaving today, which is probably a good thing, though I've otherwise found Thanksgiving weekend up here really relaxing.


I have had people complain about the ONE clock I had in my room. I didn't even notice it.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby viscusanima » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:27 pm UTC

TimelordSimone wrote:
Sandry wrote:Augh, I don't understand how people can tolerate collecting clocks. They get SO LOUD, and then you have like thirty of them, and how are you not COMPLETELY INSANE?

I am leaving today, which is probably a good thing, though I've otherwise found Thanksgiving weekend up here really relaxing.


I have had people complain about the ONE clock I had in my room. I didn't even notice it.
I guess you adjust?


It's a function of the nervous system called habituation. Eventually you stop noticing the stimulus because it gives neither reward nor punishment and it is repeated over x amount of time, and so you have no need to notice it. It's like when you live near a farm, you eventually stop noticing the cocks crowing in the morning.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Eastwinn » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:42 pm UTC

My mom just claimed to me that running a can of frozen soda under cold water would melt it faster than running it under hot water. That seems silly to me, but I don't want to dismiss it automatically. Stranger things do occur in this world.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Thesh » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:48 pm UTC

Kind of like how cold water boils faster than hot water?
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Eastwinn » Sun Nov 28, 2010 5:54 pm UTC

Thesh wrote:Kind of like how cold water boils faster than hot water?


Yeah, it's surprises like that that reserve my judgment.
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Postby TaintedDeity » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:31 pm UTC

I have forgotten how that works.
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Postby I Am Raven » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:38 pm UTC

That does surprise me indeed! Hot water (certain temperature) does freeze faster than colder (or warmer) water, but I am not familiar with the fact that colder water boils faster...
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But the boiling thing... meehh...
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Postby Whelan » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:38 pm UTC

I expect it's the same as hot water in the freezer freezes faster. The temperature gradient is larger so energy transfers faster.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby bluebambue » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:43 pm UTC

Eastwinn wrote:
Thesh wrote:Kind of like how cold water boils faster than hot water?


Yeah, it's surprises like that that reserve my judgment.

I hadn't heard this before, could you explain/link to something that explains it?

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Postby Ubik » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:43 pm UTC

I did a quick search and at least this page on Scientific American website says that cold water doesn't boil faster than hot water.

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Postby I Am Raven » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:46 pm UTC

Whelan wrote:I expect it's the same as hot water in the freezer freezes faster. The temperature gradient is larger so energy transfers faster.

Although this sounds almost logical, it is for an entire different reason that warm water freezes faster. (Think about it, the colder water may absorb heat more easily, but it still has to reach the temperature of the warmer water before boiling. And from that point on, the temperature gradient is as big as the one of the warmer water. The colder water will take as long to start boiling as the warmer water, plus the time it takes to reach the temperature of the warmer water.)

@Everybody: my previous post contains information on both the freezing of warm water, and the boiling of cold water.
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Postby TaintedDeity » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:50 pm UTC

I was pretty sure that cold water didn't boil faster. Yay!
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Postby bluebambue » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:55 pm UTC

Whew, I'm glad my intuition wasn't that far off.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby Whelan » Sun Nov 28, 2010 6:58 pm UTC

I Am Raven wrote:
Whelan wrote:I expect it's the same as hot water in the freezer freezes faster. The temperature gradient is larger so energy transfers faster.

Although this sounds almost logical, it is for an entire different reason that warm water freezes faster. (Think about it, the colder water may absorb heat more easily, but it still has to reach the temperature of the warmer water before boiling. And from that point on, the temperature gradient is as big as the one of the warmer water. The colder water will take as long to start boiling as the warmer water, plus the time it takes to reach the temperature of the warmer water.)

@Everybody: my previous post contains information on both the freezing of warm water, and the boiling of cold water.

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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby torontoraptor » Sun Nov 28, 2010 7:56 pm UTC

Eastwinn wrote:My mom just claimed to me that running a can of frozen soda under cold water would melt it faster than running it under hot water. That seems silly to me, but I don't want to dismiss it automatically. Stranger things do occur in this world.


However, if you want to take the cap off something, sometimes cold water is better then warm water. Depending on what material the cap is and what material the container is, you may be able to shrink the container more efficiently then you can widen the lid.
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Re: Momentary/Meandering/Meditations (Random like the plague

Postby EnRohbi » Sun Nov 28, 2010 8:16 pm UTC

Friday was the longest day I've had in a while.
Not because it was stressful, it was a pretty good day.
But because I rarely stay awake for 24 hours.
And it's even more seldom that I'll go to a party ready to pass out at the start and end up staying up until 7am.
Good times all around. 8)


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