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thegorn

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Date Signed Up:12/25/2010
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If you get the new xbox, I feel bad for ya son.
I got 99 problems with the xbox one.

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#265 - You misunderstand. When the ball is in contact with the winegl…  [+] (1 reply) 06/21/2013 on Possible? 0
#273 - kinglev (06/21/2013) [-]
the friction is counter-productive. it slows it down when it is contact with the glass. yes friction is accelerating the ball. but in the opposite direction of which the ball is moving, therefore slowing it down. If friction were there the ball would eventually lose energy and stop the loop. the acceleration that matters is gravity which deccelerates and accelerates the ball so that it stays in loop
#73 - yes, that would be the only way  [+] (1 reply) 06/20/2013 on Possible? 0
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#74 - herebemonstars (06/20/2013) [-]
I thought it might
#69 - Not for a discussion of mechanical physics. Look I would conti…  [+] (1 reply) 06/20/2013 on Possible? 0
#78 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
For someone who is trying to be intelligent, you seem to be unable to decipher sentences that are incredibly easy to understand, even if the concept in them happens to be wrong.
#66 - You're a relatively stationary ass. Look I'll discuss physics …  [+] (4 replies) 06/20/2013 on Possible? +1
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#70 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
HA That was the best comment I have read in a long time!
#68 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
Not being an englishman I think my skill are enough to maintain a conversation.
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#69 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Not for a discussion of mechanical physics. Look I would continue but I have no idea what you were trying to say in comment 63
#78 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
For someone who is trying to be intelligent, you seem to be unable to decipher sentences that are incredibly easy to understand, even if the concept in them happens to be wrong.
#64 - imagine a car. the whole car is stationary, including the moto…  [+] (2 replies) 06/20/2013 on Possible? 0
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#65 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
what if the motor was suspended inside the ball by a bar
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#67 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Yes, if you were able to figure out a way to have a stationary core that could work, but in your example if the ball was spinning it would cause the bar and thus the motor to spin at an equal rate.
#60 - unless you have a stationary core.  [+] (6 replies) 06/20/2013 on Possible? 0
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#63 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
well it would be relatively stationary ass the mass would tend to be in the bottom.
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#66 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
You're a relatively stationary ass. Look I'll discuss physics with you when you learn to write decipherable sentences in English.
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#70 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
HA That was the best comment I have read in a long time!
#68 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
Not being an englishman I think my skill are enough to maintain a conversation.
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#69 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Not for a discussion of mechanical physics. Look I would continue but I have no idea what you were trying to say in comment 63
#78 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
For someone who is trying to be intelligent, you seem to be unable to decipher sentences that are incredibly easy to understand, even if the concept in them happens to be wrong.
#54 - nope. The reason that works is that part of it is stationary w…  [+] (13 replies) 06/20/2013 on Possible? -1
#77 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
The hole thing doesn't have to spin. The outside has to spin. You can make the inside stay stationary.
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#62 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
Why?
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#64 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
imagine a car. the whole car is stationary, including the motor, which spins a bar attached to two wheels. If the motor was also spinning it wouldn't work. It has to spin relatively to something
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#65 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
what if the motor was suspended inside the ball by a bar
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#67 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Yes, if you were able to figure out a way to have a stationary core that could work, but in your example if the ball was spinning it would cause the bar and thus the motor to spin at an equal rate.
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#59 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
So you are telling me that if you put a ball instead of a tyre on that thing it will not move?
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#60 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
unless you have a stationary core.
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#63 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
well it would be relatively stationary ass the mass would tend to be in the bottom.
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#66 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
You're a relatively stationary ass. Look I'll discuss physics with you when you learn to write decipherable sentences in English.
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#70 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
HA That was the best comment I have read in a long time!
#68 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
Not being an englishman I think my skill are enough to maintain a conversation.
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#69 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Not for a discussion of mechanical physics. Look I would continue but I have no idea what you were trying to say in comment 63
#78 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
For someone who is trying to be intelligent, you seem to be unable to decipher sentences that are incredibly easy to understand, even if the concept in them happens to be wrong.
#51 - notice how that's not a ******* ball?  [+] (15 replies) 06/20/2013 on Possible? 0
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#52 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
Then put it in a ball instead of a tire. Should work the same.
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#54 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
nope. The reason that works is that part of it is stationary while the rest spins. In a ball the whole thing must spin
#77 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
The hole thing doesn't have to spin. The outside has to spin. You can make the inside stay stationary.
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#62 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
Why?
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#64 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
imagine a car. the whole car is stationary, including the motor, which spins a bar attached to two wheels. If the motor was also spinning it wouldn't work. It has to spin relatively to something
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#65 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
what if the motor was suspended inside the ball by a bar
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#67 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Yes, if you were able to figure out a way to have a stationary core that could work, but in your example if the ball was spinning it would cause the bar and thus the motor to spin at an equal rate.
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#59 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
So you are telling me that if you put a ball instead of a tyre on that thing it will not move?
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#60 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
unless you have a stationary core.
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#63 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
well it would be relatively stationary ass the mass would tend to be in the bottom.
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#66 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
You're a relatively stationary ass. Look I'll discuss physics with you when you learn to write decipherable sentences in English.
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#70 - xMCxSkillz (06/20/2013) [-]
HA That was the best comment I have read in a long time!
#68 - SleepingDragon (06/20/2013) [-]
Not being an englishman I think my skill are enough to maintain a conversation.
User avatar
#69 - thegorn (06/20/2013) [-]
Not for a discussion of mechanical physics. Look I would continue but I have no idea what you were trying to say in comment 63
#78 - anon (06/20/2013) [-]
For someone who is trying to be intelligent, you seem to be unable to decipher sentences that are incredibly easy to understand, even if the concept in them happens to be wrong.