palsing <email@example.com> wrote in news:ae89e07b-e5c8-4fb9-85c7- firstname.lastname@example.org:
> On Nov 11, 5:30 am, NoEinstein <noeinst...@bellsouth.net> wrote: > >> > On Nov 7, 3:13 am, NoEinstein <noeinst...@bellsouth.net> sputtered: >> >> > >...Then you don't know that y = x^2 has 'y' becoming infinite >> > > while the x is still finite. >> >> I would bet that an airhead like your thinks it is possible to get out >> four pounds of hamburger after grinding up only two pounds of steak. >> But nowhere in the UNIVERSE does that happen! In the equation y = x^2, >> values 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 for 'x' will yield values for 'y' of: 1, 4, 9 and >> 25. Unless you are BLIND (and dumb) the values of y, or OUT energy, >> are increasing faster than the values of x, or IN energy. Such a >> realization is NOT negated by the fact that there is no ACTUAL >> infinity, but only the APPROACH of infinity. Your attempt to counter >> science truth by arguing the ridiculous, has failed once again. >> NoEinstein > > Every time you touch your keyboard you show just how much you don't > really understand. > > What does y = x^2 have to do with energy? I don't see any units, here, > this is just algebra. You clearly stated earlier that "y = x^2 has 'y' > becoming infinite while the x is still finite." > > I pointed out that you are incorrect, but now you say that y only > approaches infinity. You can't have it both ways, one of your > statements is wrong. Which is it? > > \Paul A
The correct way to approach this is to ask him what value of finite x makes an infinite y.