SpaceTiger has wandered into the cellar

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By accident i am sure, be careful ST, this is where all the deranged pfers
get sent, and moonbear sucks out your brain cells :rofl:
 

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wolram said:
By accident i am sure, be careful ST, this is where all the deranged pfers get sent
That's what they said when I was put here. I tried to fight them off with a protractor, but it didn't have radians.


and moonbear sucks out your brain cells :rofl:
After filling them with useful biology factoids?
 

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Quick, get the net!!!!
 

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He, He, i have all ready locked the bomb proof door
 

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Evo you need to update the security, he got away.
 

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He's a shape shifter, he's still here, somewhere. :grumpy: Don't be fooled into unlocking the door!
 

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wolram said:
Evo you need to update the security, he got away.
That's cause you got my name wrong. I'm not a "Space Tiger" cause that would imply that I'm just a lowly tiger in space. No, I'm "SpaceTiger", the pinnacle of tiger evolution.
 

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That's cause you got my name wrong. I'm not a "Space Tiger" cause that would imply that I'm just a lowly tiger in space. No, I'm "SpaceTiger", the pinnacle of tiger evolution.
Methinks the, Ego alert can be turned off in this case :rofl:
 

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wolram said:
Methinks the, Ego alert can be turned off in this case :rofl:
You're just jealous cause you aren't the pinnacle of such and such evolution. :biggrin:
 

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I'm not very interested in cosmology, but I always enjoy reading SpaceTiger's insightful explanations (you guys shuld check 'em out :approve:). His spelling, grammar, and composition are also impeccable, which makes his posts especially readable. Now that I need to learn about waves and spectrograms, I want his help, but I don't know how to lure him from the Cosmo jungle into the Physics village. :frown:
Does anyone think that flattery and a thinly-disguised plea for attention will work? o:)
 

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Does anyone think that flattery and a thinly-disguised plea for attention will work? o:)
No, he's above that. We're still trying to determine his weakness.
 

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Now that I need to learn about waves and spectrograms, I want his help, but I don't know how to lure him from the Cosmo jungle into the Physics village. :frown:
And then it's only a hop, skip, and a jump to the Tiki Bar. Rose! You temptress! Leading him into the flypaper trap of GD..:devil:
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No, he's above that. We're still trying to determine his weakness.
Space Gazelles? Who knows what Space Tigers like. :confused: Or am I thinking of Space Lions?
 

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If Virgo represents Athena (as I like to think), I don't think ST would stand a chance. And she might damage him, so that's no good.

Maybe we need a black hole or something... just to bring him within reach.
 
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honestrosewater said:
Now that I need to learn about waves and spectrograms, I want his help, but I don't know how to lure him from the Cosmo jungle into the Physics village.
I do visit from time to time, but I've been lazy lately, sticking mostly to the astro forum. Feel free to send me a PM if there's a particular thread you want me to take a look at.


Does anyone think that flattery and a thinly-disguised plea for attention will work?
May I suggest Crunchie bars instead? :biggrin:
 

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wolram said:
Virgin, Nothing for supper then ST.
That's alright, I'd settle for a "virgin". o:)
 

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SpaceTiger said:
I do visit from time to time, but I've been lazy lately, sticking mostly to the astro forum. Feel free to send me a PM if there's a particular thread you want me to take a look at.
Woot! (see, Evo, it did work. :tongue2:)
Since we're already here, https://www.physicsforums.com/showthread.php?t=87980. I figured out the graph, BTW. I'm currently trying to build a mental model of a sound wave.
May I suggest Crunchie bars instead? :biggrin:
Sure, if that's what you want, but I think you should reconsider. I'd never heard of Crunchie bars, so I looked them up:
Crunchie 40g
Description: Milk chocolate with golden honeycombed centre.
Ingredients: Milk, sugar, cocoa mass, cocoa butter, vegetable fat, emuslifiers, E442,E476,flavourings,Centre,sugar, glucose syrup,flavouring. may contain traces of nits, egg and soya.
- http://www.sweetiebag.com/sweets-chocolates/Crunchie-40g-194.asp
They may want to update their food safety manual. But more importantly, what is a "virgin"? Is there any difference between a "virgin" and a "virgin"?
 
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Space Gazelles? Who knows what Space Tigers like.
They like Craisins and Chex Mix.
 

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honestrosewater said:
Is there any difference between a "virgin" and a "virgin"?
Yeah, about 20 decibels. :tongue2:
 

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