1. Aug 15, 2004

- On a pentagon. Two linear points are:
(A) Equal, and opposite reaction.
or
(B) Planks constant.

- The pentagon is on a plane. A plane can be defined by three points.

- The three points can conserve energy.Three lines.

- (Action = Reaction = 1 Line) + (Geometry = 3 planar, non-colinear, points) = 3 Points conserve energy, A Triangle.

- TheTriangle contains Action.

- The Triangles Action (Line) = Reaction (Line) < 2 Reaction(2 Lines)

- Where is the fourth line ?
The Plane = the Plane. So a point outside the triangle isn't correct.
The point for the fourth line must be within the triangle, Equaling Action.

- When we count a Triangle, we don't count the Triangle Action point.
TheTriangle contains action(Line). Less than 2 Reactions(2 Lines)
2 Reactions(2 Lines), equal and opposite the Triangle Action.
A Pentagon, with a center point that causes Action.

- Create the absence of Planks constant (Action = Line).
The equal and opposite reaction will be 5 reactions(Lines)
(A) Equal and opposite to the absence of plank's constant, A Line.
(B) Equall and opposite to the action made, A line.

- Using division.
A cup can be acted upon to cause 5 linear reactions, filling the cup. .

2. Aug 15, 2004

### HallsofIvy

Staff Emeritus
This is "organic" or "lama" , etc. right?

Anway, you apparently dont know what a "definition" is.

3. Aug 15, 2004

I don't Know lama.

I don't knoe organic.

I don't know Euclid.

4. Aug 16, 2004

### Alkatran

You don't know who Euclid is and you're making a proposition on geometry?
Not to mention that's his signature.

5. Aug 16, 2004

### jcsd

It seems obvious to me that two linear points on a pentagon are Planks constant, you'd have to be a fool not to see it.

6. Aug 16, 2004

### Staff: Mentor

It looks like a pigeon to me...

7. Aug 16, 2004

### Locrian

A real breakthrough!

8. Aug 17, 2004

Action = Reaction. Energy is conserved. Action in a line conserves energy.

What ! You's don know my text from what I says to you's ? You's think is true ? My text. Or you's think is false. My text.

Ranting aside.

What don't you understand in my initial post in this thread.

9. Aug 17, 2004