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  1. R

    You guys are gonna think im either stupid or crazy

    tell us you idea, its not going to be stollen from you, its going to be proved wrong.
  2. R

    As easy as riding a bike

    heres an even odder one, why does a top not fall over when its spinning? as for that paragraph, it means that when the bike leans over to the left, the ground turns the front wheel left and causes the bike to turn left, this cause a change in momentum as the bike accelerates to the left...
  3. R

    Real life examples

    well there's the fact that I am sitting here, and I am being pushed downwards by some strange force called gravity, but then again nobody really knows what gravity is, so then that's not much of an example
  4. R

    Damn computer iq tests

    Sorry, I was wrong, I wasn't reading the question right. So now I have changed my answer to A),. hey, anyone know where a good IQ test is, I've looked around the net and my scores have been really inconsistent.
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    Damn computer iq tests

    I still think that the answer is c. Can you tell me where this IQ test was and I'll take to see who's the smartest. The ONLY reason the monkey would change in weight is because he would be farther away from the source of gravity, so he/she(the monkey) would weigh slightly less.
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    Damn computer iq tests

    oh, I see what the question is asking. When the monkey first starts to climb up, he will weigh more, after the monkey stops accelerating his weight will return to normal. So there will be a moment when the monkey weighs a little more. If the monkey decides to stop climbing the rope, then he...
  7. R

    Proof that gravity exists?

    Given what I typed above, it would be impossible to shield grvaity. If you believe in the existence of a graviton, then it is possible that mabye you could shield, or redirect this flow.
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    Damn computer iq tests

    The weight of the monkey will not change(because he dosn't gain mass), so the rope will pull down on the pully with the same strength. The direction that the rope is pulling will not change. So the C is the correct answer.
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    Proof that gravity exists?

    The effects of gravity are similar to the effects of accelleration. If an object is falling , it will feel no acceleration. You could imagine that if Earth were flat and were constantly accelerating, you would feel the same effect as gravity. I personaly don't believe in the existence of...
  10. R

    Möbius strip string theory

    During my recent brain-storming of the past few days I have come up with an accumulating theory of how strings work. At first I had considered the strings to be one dimensional stings of energy, that formed into our three dimensional world. Upon further consideration I decided that these...
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    Möbius strip string theory

    heres the attachment
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    Möbius strip string theory

    I had originaly posted a thread on this theory in another forum, but I realize that it is better suited for this forum. In the attached file is a diagram of the string. In this string theory, strings are made of two opposite charges that exist within two extra dimentions. the dimentions have...
  13. R

    Mouse trap racer

    ive never heard of a "mousetrap racer" but if you are trying to build a little car propelled by a mousetrap you can do this very easily get a mouse trap get four light weight wheels and two axles fasten the axles on the mousetrap(the rear axle must spin freely) attach the wheels with...
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