Barack Obama, our next President

"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ... Full Story
Fenris the Ballsickle

Chisinau, Moldova

#825002 Dec 18, 2012
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
I really doubt a person who spends their entire life playing video games will even watch those shows.
Those shows would have had no influence on anyone who's life was a video game.
More reactionary idiocy of the networks sucking up to the Democrats.
Let's start a lottery.
What month will the Democrats make some public display of seizing guns from someone or some group? Naturally, it will take months, or years to discover that they invented fraudulent evidence to justify it, just like when they assassinated innocent Americans at Ruby Ridge and Waco for the purpose of setting an unconstitutional anti-gun precedent.
You know, if you insist on tying to take away Constitutionally guaranteed rights from Americans, you're subject to run into real Americans that take thier constitutionally guaranteed rights seriously, like what happened at Ruby Ridge and Waco.
Post the month you think the Democrats will make their demonstration attempting to set a precedent of seizing weapons from American citizens.
Who cares what you think, cracker? Din't I read where you wauz a toilet cleaner fo' a livin'? why you not just be a ballsucker like the other clown?
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825003 Dec 18, 2012
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
I really doubt a person who spends their entire life playing video games will even watch those shows.
Those shows would have had no influence on anyone who's life was a video game.
More reactionary idiocy of the networks sucking up to the Democrats.
Let's start a lottery.
What month will the Democrats make some public display of seizing guns from someone or some group? Naturally, it will take months, or years to discover that they invented fraudulent evidence to justify it, just like when they assassinated innocent Americans at Ruby Ridge and Waco for the purpose of setting an unconstitutional anti-gun precedent.
You know, if you insist on tying to take away Constitutionally guaranteed rights from Americans, you're subject to run into real Americans that take thier constitutionally guaranteed rights seriously, like what happened at Ruby Ridge and Waco.
Post the month you think the Democrats will make their demonstration attempting to set a precedent of seizing weapons from American citizens.
who cares what you think you tiny little bastard.
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825005 Dec 18, 2012
Fenris will dance till i say stop.
hes my bitch!!!

Effect of the hidden dimensionsIn either case, gravity acting in the hidden dimensions affects other non-gravitational forces such as electromagnetism. In fact, Kaluza's early work demonstrated that general relativity in five dimensions actually predicts the existence of electromagnetism. However, because of the nature of Calabi–Yau manifolds, no new forces appear from the small dimensions, but their shape has a profound effect on how the forces between the strings appear in our four-dimensional universe. In principle, therefore, it is possible to deduce the nature of those extra dimensions by requiring consistency with the standard model, but this is not yet a practical possibility. It is also possible to extract information regarding the hidden dimensions by precision tests of gravity, but so far these have only put upper limitations on the size of such hidden dimensions.
Obama 2016

Virginia Beach, VA

#825006 Dec 18, 2012
dem the spider wrote:
String theory posits that the electrons and quarks within an atom are not 0-dimensional objects, but made up of 1-dimensional strings. These strings can oscillate, giving the observed particles their flavor, charge, mass and spin. Among the modes of oscillation of the string is a massless, spin-two state—a graviton. The existence of this graviton state and the fact that the equations describing string theory include Einstein's equations for general relativity mean that string theory is a quantum theory of gravity. Since string theory is widely believed[7] to be mathematically consistent, many hope that it fully describes our universe, making it a theory of everything. String theory is known to contain configurations that describe all the observed fundamental forces and matter but with a zero cosmological constant and some new fields.[8] Other configurations have different values of the cosmological constant, and are metastable but long-lived. This leads many to believe that there is at least one metastable solution that is quantitatively identical with the standard model, with a small cosmological constant, containing dark matter and a plausible mechanism for cosmic inflation. It is not yet known whether string theory has such a solution, nor how much freedom the theory allows to choose the details.
String theories also include objects other than strings, called branes. The word brane, derived from "membrane", refers to a variety of interrelated objects, such as D-branes, black p-branes and Neveu–Schwarz 5-branes. These are extended objects that are charged sources for differential form generalizations of the vector potential electromagnetic field. These objects are related to one another by a variety of dualities. Black hole-like black p-branes are identified with D-branes, which are endpoints for strings, and this identification is called Gauge-gravity duality. Research on this equivalence has led to new insights on quantum chromodynamics, the fundamental theory of the strong nuclear force.[9][10][11][12] The strings make closed loops unless they encounter D-branes, where they can open up into 1-dimensional lines. The endpoints of the string cannot break off the D-brane, but they can slide around on it.
Levels of magnification:
1. Macroscopic level – Matter
2. Molecular level
3. Atomic level – Protons, neutrons, and electrons
4. Subatomic level – Electron
5. Subatomic level – Quarks
6. String levelThe full theory does not yet have a satisfactory definition in all circumstances, since the scattering of strings is most straightforwardly defined by a perturbation theory. The complete quantum mechanics of high dimensional branes is not easily defined, and the behavior of string theory in cosmological settings (time-dependent backgrounds) is not fully worked out. It is also not clear as to whether there is any principle by which string theory selects its vacuum state, the spacetime configuration that determines the properties of our universe (see string theory landscape).
There is no beginning. There is no end. There's just the middle.

“I'm here with bells on.”

Since: Jul 12

Location hidden

#825007 Dec 18, 2012
nanoanomaly wrote:
<quoted text>Yer nuts. Men are the ones who approved abortion.
Yer historically inaccurate. Women have been aborting unwanted pregnancies, for as long as women have been getting pregnant... the 'approval' of men, notwithstanding.
nanoanomaly wrote:
Recall who the justices hearing Roe vs. Wade were? Most men don't like condoms but, on the flip side, most do applaud abortion as a means to escape responsibility for insisting on not using condoms.
Which is EXACTLY what I meant, when I reminded 'eman' that if men had a legal say over whether or not a pregnancy continues, there would be double the number of abortions. I did notice, however, that he didn't leap all over your version of the assertion - must be because you're as anti-choice as he is.
nanoanomaly wrote:
Most abortions are simply a means of birth control.
All abortion is birth control. What else would you call it? It certainly isn't contraception. What is your stance on that, by the way?
nanoanomaly wrote:
Men don't envy women their veto.
The ones like 'eman' do - they envy everything about women, and do their level best to project that envy on the women who have no intention of letting men like 'eman' control our uteri.
Fenris the Ballsickle

Chisinau, Moldova

#825008 Dec 18, 2012
This string theory approach has claimed my attention. I think I contribute my own strings to hep the thread on its way....

Now this not personal at all, it's just a man... maybe several men, doin' what men do bes': fuckin' things up fo' everybody else. Where's my ballsucker? I need my balls sucked, soldier, DO IT NOW!
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825010 Dec 18, 2012
Chomp balls, baggers

D-branesMain article: D-brane
Another key feature of string theory is the existence of D-branes. These are membranes of different dimensionality (anywhere from a zero dimensional membrane—which is in fact a point—and up, including 2-dimensional membranes, 3-dimensional volumes, and so on).

D-branes are defined by the fact that worldsheet boundaries are attached to them. D-branes have mass, since they emit and absorb closed strings that describe gravitons, and — in superstring theories — charge as well, since they couple to open strings that describe gauge interactions.

From the point of view of open strings, D-branes are objects to which the ends of open strings are attached. The open strings attached to a D-brane are said to "live" on it, and they give rise to gauge theories "living" on it (since one of the open string modes is a gauge boson such as the photon). In the case of one D-brane there will be one type of a gauge boson and we will have an Abelian gauge theory (with the gauge boson being the photon). If there are multiple parallel D-branes there will be multiple types of gauge bosons, giving rise to a non-Abelian gauge theory.

D-branes are thus gravitational sources, on which a gauge theory "lives". This gauge theory is coupled to gravity (which is said to exist in the bulk), so that normally each of these two viewpoints is incomplete.
RUSH10ME

Chase City, VA

#825011 Dec 18, 2012
Cardinal of the Kremlin wrote:
This is too much Michelle Obama played by TRANSGENDER model: US magazine appoints alternative ‘first lady’ and asks when black transsexual will be in White House
Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-22498...
She is transgender by the looks of it.
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825012 Dec 18, 2012
Fenris the Ballsickle wrote:
<quoted text>
Who cares what you think, cracker? Din't I read where you wauz a toilet cleaner fo' a livin'? why you not just be a ballsucker like the other clown?
great minds!!!!!
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825013 Dec 18, 2012
Wheres those 'judge itz' you little fucking bitch?

Testability and experimental predictionsList of unsolved problems in physics Is there a string theory vacuum that exactly describes everything in our universe? Is it uniquely determined by low energy data?

Several major difficulties complicate efforts to test string theory. The most significant is the extremely small size of the Planck length, which is expected to be close to the string length (the characteristic size of a string, where strings become easily distinguishable from particles). Another issue is the huge number of metastable vacua of string theory, which might be sufficiently diverse to accommodate almost any phenomena we might observe at lower energies
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825015 Dec 18, 2012
CLOSED FOR REMODELING< FUCKOFF!
String harmonicsOne unique prediction of string theory is the existence of string harmonics: at sufficiently high energies, the string-like nature of particles would become obvious. There should be heavier copies of all particles, corresponding to higher vibrational harmonics of the string. It is not clear how high these energies are. In most conventional string models they would be not far below the Planck energy, around 1014 times higher than the energies accessible in the newest particle accelerator, the LHC, making this prediction impossible to test with any particle accelerator in the foreseeable future. However, in models with large extra dimensions they could potentially be produced at the LHC or at energies not far above its reach
Fenris the Ballsickle

Chisinau, Moldova

#825016 Dec 18, 2012
dem the spider wrote:
<quoted text>
Have you ever tied a string around your shrunken little nutsack, secured the other end to a rock, and then thrown it over the balcony at you chicago tenement house? Its time you expanded your horizons!!
You first, ballsucker... put it on Youtube an' we see...
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825017 Dec 18, 2012
How many threads i seen killed like this????
20 maybe.
hee hee hee

CosmologyString theory as currently understood makes a series of predictions for the structure of the universe at the largest scales. Many phases in string theory have very large, positive vacuum energy.[23] Regions of the universe that are in such a phase will inflate exponentially rapidly in a process known as eternal inflation. As such, the theory predicts that most of the universe is very rapidly expanding. However, these expanding phases are not stable, and can decay via the nucleation of bubbles of lower vacuum energy. Since our local region of the universe is not very rapidly expanding, string theory predicts we are inside such a bubble. The spatial curvature of the "universe" inside the bubbles that form by this process is negative, a testable prediction.[24] Moreover, other bubbles will eventually form in the parent vacuum outside the bubble and collide with it. These collisions lead to potentially observable imprints on cosmology.[25][26] However, it is possible that neither of these will be observed if the spatial curvature is too small and the collisions are too rare
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825019 Dec 18, 2012
KEEP UP YOU LITTLE 'JUDGEIT' BITCH!!!

Cosmic stringsUnder certain circumstances, fundamental strings produced at or near the end of inflation can be "stretched" to astronomical proportions. These cosmic strings could be observed in various ways, for instance by their gravitational lensing effects. However, certain field theories also predict cosmic strings arising from topological defects in the field configuration.[27]

[edit] Strength of gravityTheories with extra dimensions predict that the strength of gravity increases much more rapidly at small distances than is the case in 3 dimensions (where it increase as r&#8722;2). Depending on the size of the dimensions, this could lead to phenomena such as the production of micro black holes at the LHC, or be detected in microgravity experiments.

[edit] Quantum chromodynamicsString theory was originally proposed as a theory of hadrons, and its study has led to new insights on quantum chromodynamics, a gauge theory, which is the fundamental theory of the strong nuclear force. To this end, it is hoped that a gravitational theory dual to quantum chromodynamics will be found.[28]

A mathematical technique from string theory (the AdS/CFT correspondence) has been used to describe qualitative features of quark–gluon plasma behavior in relativistic heavy-ion collisions;[9][10][11][12] the physics, however, is strictly that of standard quantum chromodynamics, which has been quantitatively modeled by lattice QCD methods with good results.[29]
Obama 2016

Virginia Beach, VA

#825020 Dec 18, 2012
RealDave wrote:
In the Sandy Hook event, if the shooter's mother did not have these assault-like rifles weapons, would he have been able to get them when he wanted them?
I think the answer here is likely not.
Because of the NRA assault weapons are easily obtainable by anybody anywhere. They can be purchased at any Walmart or Dick's Sporting Goods.
Nj raider 1

United States

#825021 Dec 18, 2012
DBWriter wrote:
<quoted text>
It seems you are demonstrating evidence of what psychologists call "projection", too.
By the way, when you execute Saul Alinsky's rule number 5, it's supposed to be your adversary that reacts inappropriately to your advantage. Perhaps you need a more intense indoctrination session to rectify your inadequate application of Alinsky's rules.
Anyway...
You haven't answered the post. How about you participate in the discussion with some ... discussion. I referenced a 5-point swing in the polls, after which Obama got barely 50 percent of the vote. I don't see anything from you the usual Saul Alinsky rule number 5 ranting. I'll help you. Here's the post again:
So, just how much did the Democrats pay for Chris Christi to sabotage the election? Did you see the 5-point swing that gave Obama barely half the vote immediately after Christi sabotaged the election? Without Christi's sabotage, Obama gets at best 47 percent and loses.
"Skin of the teeth" comes to mind.
Now, you forgot to answer the post... again. You always do this when there just isn't any valid argument. But, perhaps you do have something to contribute. I'll help you. Here's the post you ran away from again:
Naturally, there will be selective (gun control) enforcement, the usual for this excuse of an administration. They have no intention of disarming their base. They only want to disarm us.
They are setting the stage for a demonstration. Soon they will choose some group (like the Waco fiasco was done with fraudulently created evidence) or some individual (like the Randy Weavery family at Ruby Ridge was done with fraudulently created evidence) and attack them.
Larry Potts was not the only, or last federal agent who will invent fraudulent evidence for the Democrats and assassinate innocent Americans to serve the political purposes of the Democrats.
When you're dealing with Democrats, you're dealing with people no different than those that surrounded Hitler and Stalin.
Explanation, STRAIGHTE BULLSHIT!!! Your logic to the republican schlacking is chris christie sabotaged the election by representing & looking out for the best of his constituents, & also recognizing & applauding the presidents swift &
efficient handling of a country in a crisis. What since does that make. Conn, Ny, Nj, 3 states that was never was going to vote for romney in the 1st place, but somehow that shifted the way folks not affected by the hurricane was going to. 5 point swing. Thats right wing bullshit! You can come up with a better one then that. I've heard all kinds of excuses from your side except the right one. Romney never stood a chance!!!
Fenris the Ballsickle

Chisinau, Moldova

#825023 Dec 18, 2012
Be the biggest you balls ever get... fo' a split second.... Carol? Carol? Get me a beer while you on you knees prayin' that you not got to suck any mo'' balls to get outta this mess. You ever notice that whether you prayin' of jus' suckin' balls you always down on you knees in front of a man?
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825024 Dec 18, 2012
Obama 2016 wrote:
<quoted text>There is no beginning. There is no end. There's just the middle.
sometimes these retarded baggers need a distraction
one of them has posting all day under twenty names, all out of the united states banner.
dem the spider

Chicago, IL

#825025 Dec 18, 2012
WHERE"D YOU GO, FENRIS????
TIME FOR SENIOR SUPPER?
ALMOST THRRE ON THE RANCH, BITCH
SupersymmetryMain article: Supersymmetry
If confirmed experimentally, supersymmetry could also be considered evidence, because it was discovered in the context of string theory, and all consistent string theories are supersymmetric. However, the absence of supersymmetric particles at energies accessible to the LHC would not necessarily disprove string theory, since the energy scale at which supersymmetry is broken could be well above the accelerator's range.

A central problem for applications is that the best-understood backgrounds of string theory preserve much of the supersymmetry of the underlying theory, which results in time-invariant spacetimes: At present, string theory cannot deal well with time-dependent, cosmological backgrounds. However, several models have been proposed to predict supersymmetry breaking, the most notable one being the KKLT model,[23] which incorporates branes and fluxes to make a metastable compactification
Obama 2016

Virginia Beach, VA

#825027 Dec 18, 2012
To increase their bottom line, giant corporation Mcdonalds who will be forcing their slave workers to work Christmas day without any extra compensation. All McDonald's will be open regular hours, including 24 hour locations. I wonder if Walmart will follow suit?

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