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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #60 on: February 16, 2012, 07:36:21 am »
13CABAN ok 10^20 H2O on moon 1st ORb  ?= 10 days
thus R Question was how deep ?1 weight water / m^3 = 1000 kg/m3
?2 "ANS>Frac"/10 /1000 :kg/m3 ?:= 8.8e17 MeTer^3 ?3 Lunar Surface area
3A 37.8 million square km  3B km^2 = 1000000 m^2 38e6*e6=38e12
p4 8.8e17/38e12 = 24Km of HOH | deepth on day 7 = totally awash .
p5 38e12/8.8e17 = 4e-5 Lunar_Surface/HoH
12CIB/TEAL1405 :fnord: Earth/page3
TODAYS ?  fractions Mass of Earth & Mass of Moon ?/?
because its a fraction ? & Mm < Me Mm on top THUS Mm/Me
 7.347 x 10^22 kg / 5.9722 × 10^24 kg | Note to Ti's
Although Mm is on top Me is positioned 1st . thus entry was Right to Left
Rearange characters to fit Ti's thought process 7EE22/6EE24 = .011
? MATH1 FRACT ANS>Frac = 7/600 {Comprenda' Fraction:
part B. 7.61x10^23 kg = Total mass of water in earths ocean? * ANS>Frac =
8.8 x 10^21 Kg | REMember to bring kG along for this. Maybe 20 is OK?

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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #61 on: February 23, 2012, 09:30:18 am »
1 ETZNAB {knife v READ DOWN v
Lack of interest: where was the Moon @ 6pm TBD
TAB2 :fnord:
T2.86 :fnord:
3 AHAU Must have skipped a day tbc
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« Reply #62 on: February 23, 2012, 01:31:18 pm »
Lack of interest: where was the Moon @ 6pm TBD

Getting hammered with Titan and Io.

The Moon is a total lush. 
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #63 on: February 24, 2012, 09:23:27 am »
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Yes? Hi: 1:23
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Lack of interest: where was the Moon @ 6pm TBD

Getting hammered with Titan and Io.

The Moon is a total lush.
1:53-1:23=1/2Hr My object is to bend Your Spoon.
nothing more nothing less
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #64 on: February 24, 2012, 01:31:44 pm »
Just stay the fuck away from my forks!  No one messes with my forks. 
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« Reply #65 on: February 24, 2012, 01:37:22 pm »
Sporks are acceptable though, and his knives and chopsticks are fair game.
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #66 on: February 24, 2012, 01:40:17 pm »
My wife would be fine with you fucking up our knives.  She's been hounding me to get new ones. 
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #67 on: February 25, 2012, 08:44:57 am »
As T 3
1:55-2 5 min till news
today ERis brings me to the earth Rotation Rate? 24 hours
is this fast (system wise} or slow? how fast is Venus, Mars, etc
Time for a check?
Venus rotates about its axis in the opposite direction to ... 243 Earth days—
by far the slowest rotation period of any outstanding TV on


Just stay the fuck away from my forks!  No one messes with my forks.

OH wait: thats not spoons: Cav off 1
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #68 on: February 25, 2012, 08:59:52 am »
I guess i just don't understand
from what i see? it looks as though the board time has been revised
THUS this post should be 1 not the othere one
although actually i do not really know


My wife would be fine with you fucking up our knives.  She's been hounding me to get new ones.

Um? that sounds like the correct thing to do
gerber
i would second the motion in the event this took place
now when was i trying to do that ?
it was 3 AHAU & my guess it 6 min count down
for me thats 6 lines as my
6 rate of entry is LiNE/Min
5 OK Knife ? that was 2 days ago
4 another ETZNAB IN 18 DAYS
3 THIS IS CONFUUSING:
2 THUS then will attempt to bend
1 your old wifes knife at 1:00
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #69 on: February 26, 2012, 08:02:16 am »
  :fnord: Script:? / :fnord: R3time? / :fnord: R#23?15|/ / Monday2/27 / 5 IK{wind)
today things do NOT work ? 4Me ? clicking the URL or Color feature dont.
entry gets lot of delays besides feature don't. took a very long time
(1/4 after till probably 1/4 till) it was about TIME? My current opinion is now
that the difference is caused by path way delays NOT by virus or TIME .
the reason for this assumption is when i get navy time (today}? yesterday
someentries are exact and some are delayed up to 15 seconds ? by path
so ill check again TIME, Navy ? NoW | cannot load NAVY tme :41 try URL
:fnord: pdxT|/ AM sure its My Xp time too.
:fnord: NavyT
bad day 0:45:45 at 12:45:15 AM   edit = 49:00 ? 8:50 at 12:48:47 AM
Edit2 = :55:00 ? 54:48 ?
Sunday 2/26 / 4 IMIX ?  TODAY
Mark the beginning {Con) of a new TWENTY day calendar round {Kin)
Post 90 8:27 GMT was entered? however attempting to reach the post
once entered hung my system, upon trying to  exit the site & return to PD
i recieve a pop up explaining, in effect that i have lost the ability to:
-
i rather agree /-/owever i'LL try again Later to try to leave something to
find even later than this that OR the other 00:37?46 at 38.0
time check
indicates My clock today is 15 seconds behind(slow) when compared
to NAVY. My clock runs fast so clearly since last time checks YESTERDAY
MY CLOCK HAS BEEN RESET {against my desire) OR navy time set ahead
or both | the 12:02:16 suggest to my that BOARD time has been set back
mor than 1/2 hour | most probably by the Enforer of enforced Stupidity?
i refer to as the FIB. SO done so as to create the illusion that the WEB
is wrong & the TV's are correct, that there aRe 4 canDATEs for Republican
President (to oppose WHOsSain} | very funny | that is my assSAYsmint
of the current CONdition. 00:52 =? 12:12 ?/?Edit: Today at 12:51:57AM
= =
it just keeps me wondering ? lets see if between now :55 in the next 5 min
i can actually get todays link entered 2/day 0059
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Re: Eris shocks astrophysicists.... AGAIN!
« Reply #70 on: February 26, 2012, 04:56:03 pm »
I checked the PrincipiaDiscordia.com (Dreamhost) server time with that navy time check link. Our server appears to be about 26 seconds slow compared to the navy time. Of course I only looked at the minutes and seconds part because my timezone is too funky to bother with getting the hours right.
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