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Postby Ultimate Philosophy 1001 » Sat Nov 19, 2016 6:24 am

The arrow, the one ball that must be dodged. For an arrow defies the linear equations, a small arrow going 100 mph can be the fatal blow, even though a bowling ball going 10 miles an hour cannot, even though if you multiple the mass and speed the bowling ball would succeed. For what are the laws of physics but the laws of men, assuming the aether can be simplified into such a simple equation, even exponentially, for they know not what it does, for even the simple equations they provide cannot map the complex dynamics of real phenomenon...the equation a word on a page, a paltry attempt to map the unmappable...

At the paltry speeds of earth, the low, how can they know their simple equations will map unto the higher speeds? For such equations are not even of use for the real phenomonon, a simulation is a complexity of complexity, lightyears beyond the simple equations, the simple equations simple trinkets...

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Re: The Arrow

Postby Pandora » Sat Nov 19, 2016 6:45 am

Ultimate Philosophy 1001 wrote: For what are the laws of physics but the laws of men,
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Re: The Arrow

Postby alan1000 » Sun Dec 25, 2016 1:13 pm

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