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Topic: Physics, Higher Math, Aerospace Engineering, and the Spin Issue
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Kevin

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Physics, Higher Math, Aerospace Engineering, and the Spin Issue
Posted: Apr 10, 2013 4:05 PM
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Being the milquetoast that Higher Math is, Higher Math says Einstein's
Result is not valid outside of the Solar System and so they say we
need to flip the Solar System 180 degrees... I say that nobody thinks
it is a good idea to have all those satellites in geosynchronous orbit
but I can't afford to worry about it, my faith is in the dark side of
the Moon. Physics says we can flip the Solar System by 180 degrees if
we 'half flip' the Milky Way by 90 degrees. I've already flipped the
Milky Way by 180 degrees, Physics is just using Higher Math (I'm
better at Higher Math than Higher Math, is what it amounts to.) as
leverage against Aerospace Engineering... Some things are
complicated... I'm a complicated individual but that doesn't mean all
of you simpletons have any excuse to dump your complicated issues on
me... Spin is an issue that is not complicated just because you
deliberately make it complicated on purpose... If electrons don't
exist then an anti-proton is the same thing as a neutron and a helium
nucleus is balanced?... Well, that is as complicated as spin gets as
far as I'm concerned... Maybe antimatter does exist after all if
neutrons are made of antimatter. Physics wants to colorize any black
hole that is not at the center of the Milky Way in order to 'flatten'
the Milky Way for the sake of 'half flipping' it... They need leverage
against Aerospace Engineering because Physics wants to make gyroscopes
more complicated than they actually are. Aerospace Engineering would
never betray me. It is impossible. Chemistry says to me that I should
go to physics? That is not tenable since my degree is in Aerospace
Engineering.



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