While I applaud your desire to verify relativistic contraction, it's not as simple as you make out.
How exactly do you measure the length of an...
This is a test everybody has to face at some point - especially in the corporate world. Most people don't like it.
It's an important step though.
I guess, too, that Bob has not been keeping abreast of quantum computing, where individual logic switches can make a vast number of choices...
Officials have stated explicitly that their corporate policy does not condone homosexuality.
I doubt that percolates down to the employee level, but...
Unless you're homosexual, then they'd prefer you burn in hell.
Your arguments are fair game. If they're nutty, that's a criticism, not an ad hom.
Magical Realist in his native habitat:
Good to know. The depths of depravity of the internet is something easily underestimated.
Do you have an idea what you might have done that somehow cheesed him off so thoroughly?
There's absolutely nothing wrong with BASIC.
Unless you're trying to make an argument about how artificial intelligence can't be advanced. His...
What's silly about this whole thread is: even if by some magical suspension of the laws of nature we all granted it to be true, it still doesn't lend...
Are we going to start again, or are we just going to keep going round and round? Your call.
Except that this is the quote I was addressing (posts 9, 12, 15, 16):
Bob: If you're looking for a flame war, keep at it. If you're looking for a rational discussion, maybe start off that way.
This is not what you claimed earlier.
That's the least of that sentence's problems.
I'll hazard that much of your engineering knowledge comes from Roadrunner cartoons.
Stop. You really...
There are so many things wrong in just this one little sentence.
I mean Bob's latest experience is 30 years old.
I started there too. But programming has come a bit of a ways since then.
This is adorable.
Bob's experience with programming is older than the internet.
(And yet still better than his experience with physics, chemistry...
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