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Posted by Mario Dovalina on September 20, 2002 01:07:00 UTC

You're talking about giving the compressed universe an x-derivative, and yet you cannot derive x^2+2x. It's obvious that while you may have written it, you know no more mathematics or physics than a parrot understands what it's saying when it says "Polly wanna cracker!"

You use intuitive arguments and faulty parallelisms to describe theories clearly beyond your knowledge. Learn more, then argue.

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