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Re: Okay Guys,The Final Train Crash. Re: Minimum Distance

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Posted by Matt on June 7, 1999 23:33:15 UTC

Ok let me ask you this genius boy. For there to be infinite points between the train, it's velocity would be continually getting smaller right. So how would they ever collide if their velocity was continually getting smaller? They never would. But trains do collide because they move with a velocity that doesn't keep getting smaller. Why is it so hard for you to understand that? You are trying to look smart by telling us some stupid exponential decay graph that never really happens with trains anyways.

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