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  • i love pron 2018-12-20 17:55

    WiBTmZ This text is worth everyone as attention. Where can I find out more?|
  • Marel 2016-06-27 07:15

    # Crambe oil, extracted from the seeds of the Crambe abyssinica, is used as an
    industrial lubricant, a corrosion inhibitor, and as an ingredient in the
    manufacture of synthetic rubber.[134] Σε άλλο
    σημείο διάβασα ότι
    χρησιμοποιείται και
    δεν έχει σχέση με
    Αιθιοπία όπως
    φαντάστηκα στο
    σχόλιο.Δές στην wikipedia
  • Putra 2015-10-28 09:25

    The minimum speed is inerttseing - well, the minimum acceleration is a theme
    that I consider most promising *assuming* that we will have to develop some MOND
    theory - but due to the Lorentz-breaking in that paper, I think it's wrong to
    call the resulting effect "cosmological constant". By definition, the
    cosmological constant is a coefficient of a Lorentz-invariant term in a
    Lorentz-invariant theory.Once we break it, a can of worms is opened and almost
    everything potentially ceases to work. Sorry, I won't read that paper - or any
    superficially similar paper on DSR etc.
  • Jeine 2015-10-12 10:21

    Okay. Have you ever wondered why all the ckacrp^H^H^H unsung geniuses seem to
    cheerfully coexist. They all attack "mainstream science" but not one
    another. Shouldn't their waves cancel one another out via destructive
    interference (in a trough) or merge into something else (in a peak). Well, if
    their respective frequencies differ only slightly then the lowest common
    denominator of the respective wavelengths could be really high and interference
    rare.But what I think is more important is that they see themselves and each of
    their "colleagues" as participants in a lottery. I'm sure you've seen
    many quotations from famous scientists to the effect that for a breakthrough
    discovery, you need talent, education, hard work... and luck.Our
    "friends" harbour no doubts concerning their talent, so that's taken
    care of. As for education and hard work... why bother with that when they don't
    guarantee a breakthrough because you still need luck? Luck could even be the
    essential ingredient!They see themselves as playing a lottery. Any string of
    characters could be the winner, although natural-language words are preferred
    because easier to handle. The winner will be chosen, at random, by nature, not
    some ivory-tower resident bent on protecting his turf.
  • Howdy 2014-09-15 10:46

    Whoever wrote this, you know how to make a good arceilt.
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