On Jun 27, 4:49 pm, NoEinstein <noeinst...@bellsouth.net> wrote: > On Jun 27, 4:45 pm, NoEinstein <noeinst...@bellsouth.net> wrote: > > Dear Appreciated Readers: As an inspired improve-the-world, USA > citizen?through my New Science, inventions, and my New Constitution of > the United States of America?I am angered that my Free Speech rights > have been violated by a Google 'moderator' on the group > PoliticalForum. If I am being hindered by Google in any way, that > also will affect each of you, your children and their children. I was > forced to explain what happened by talking about "Understanding > Political 'Science'" on sci.physics rather than on PoliticalForum. > *** Each of you could help my cause, as well as the best causes of the > human race, if many of you will access and read my June 12 post. Only > if you will help in this way, might Google become aware of the > criminal level of damage their moderator has done to me, and to my > odyssey of getting out the message regarding my New Constitution. > Here is the link. Many thanks to all who can help! ? John A. > Armistead ? AKA NoEinstein > > https://groups.google.com/group/sci.physics/browse_thread/thread/2426... > > > > > > > > > > > On Jun 26, 10:45 pm, 1treePetrifiedForestLane <Space...@hotmail.com> > > wrote: > > > > yeah, but you don't really know those subjects, > > > beyond pro-forma values for certain angles (viz trig); > > > eh?... anyway, > > > *mathematica* is acutally four subjects; > > > learn, waht in Heck they are! > > > > > to know are addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. > > > > Algebra, geometry and trigonometry should have most bright kids well > > > > on their way after middle school without EVER setting foot > > > > in any temple of learnin'. > > > > > for "completing the hexahedron, or qyoob, > > > > > via this simple puzzle: > > > > > construct a hexahedron from a 2x4, > > > > > cut into six 4x4x2 tetragona, or skwares. > > > > > > > > "there are no photons!" > > > > > PS: second-powering has nothing to do with skwares, > > > > > in particular, but that's a Greek tradition; > > > > > see Hypsicles "lunes proof" of the pythagorean theorem. > > > > thus: > > > why is GrIS calving more than AnIS? > > > > is there no GRACE anomaly on AnIS? > > > 1tree: There will be more calving where there is the greatest > > perimeter of ice. ? NE ?- Hide quoted text - > > > - Show quoted text -
Start and maintain your own public Google newsgroup, and see how you like it when ZNRs and FUD-masters start showing up, only to topic/ author stalk and bash.
BTW; clay is water with minerals, and places like our moon should have clay. Even Venus and Mars should have clay.