It looks like you are just throwing letters and equal signs randomly on a wall.
That's because you haven't bought a textbook, but are just trying to eat graduate-level topics like physics is box of Christmas chocolates.
Why should they come here? They can find the ungrateful and demanding at their home institutions.
"A couple of months in the laboratory can frequently save a couple of hours in the library". Crampon, Jean E. 1988.
I have no specific references, just some experience with stress relief by hitting things.
Remember that you must display unto them the instruments of torture, before they will recant.
Reminds me of the old joke about peeing in the swimming pool.
You know, even if it's a bit fuzzy thing, doing it from the jump [diving] board is kind of different...
Apparently, I spent my first 10 years taking things apart, then the next five putting broken things back together, so that by the age of 15, my constructive profit had finally exceeded my destructive loss.
Previous sysprog?I'll take a stern reprobation for this one if I have to (I request mercy); it was too good to pass up:
One will not need to understand the language. The formulas speak for themselves. -- @fresh_42
You simply cannot take statements intended for the general public and treat them as rigorous scientific truths. If I told you that I read in My First Book of Stars (not a real book) that stars come in all sizes, shapes and colors, so there must exist somewhere a green cubical star that fits in my pocket, what would you say?
@malawi_glenn - Why is it in an English dictionary then?"Amateur" is just a french word.
The English have a thing for pissing off (annoying, irritating, . . . ) the French. The feeling is mutual.@malawi_glenn - Why is it in an English dictionary then?
We have love hate relationships with some of our European cousins to some extent.The English have a thing for pissing off (annoying, irritating, . . . ) the French. The feeling is mutual.
Maybe it's a Norman thing.
It's like one of those insights one learns from Monty Python.
Another insight from Monty Python - the Scots cannot play tennis, or perhaps not very well.
Andy Murray be like:Another insight from Monty Python - the Scots cannot play tennis, or perhaps not very well.
Of course. I was being facetious, referring to a skit or segment on one of Monty Python's Flying Circus, in which the poked fun at the Scots. Coincidentally, I'm more Scottish than English, with a bits of Germanic Eu, Norway, Wales, Ireland and Sweden/Denmark included. In other words, I'm just a mongrel from the UK whose ancestors immigrated as far from the UK as the could get at the time.Andy Murray be like:
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My father is a big tennis fan, and both my father and brother are big golf fans. I'm more a football (aka soccer) fan, but I'd rather play the sport than spectate.Hey, but I'm a very serious tennis fan 😆
Is it wrong of me to have this insane desire to lick it?
If someday you are famous enough that your quotes are listed on a website I wonder if the context of this particular one will be lost.
After all this seems to be one of those problem that is immediately clear only to people whose job is inventing textbook problems.
Asking why a particle with zero spin has no magnetic moment is like asking why a bald man has no hair on his head.