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  1. #31

    Re:Not Linux related, but...

    I'm telling you, we need a petition for an NAACP site at for us. If they get to run one, then they should run for all.
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  2. #32

    Re:Not Linux related, but...

    Quote Originally Posted by Syn
    [me=Syn]always thought it was gravity. Hmm. Back to theorizing how the dollar can have that much power as to form solar systems.[/me]
    The more dependant we become, the more warped and out of touch remnants we are left with.
    Gravity isn't what makes the world go round, The earth absorbed kinetic energy of the ages that hasn't been stopped. gravity is the attraction between two masses

  3. #33

    Re:Not Linux related, but...

    Gravity is what caused the solar system to condense to form, creating that 'kinetic energy' ;P And yup it makes the world go round... round the sun... round the black hole in the center of the Milky Way. Yay for the garbage disposals of the cosmic realm.

  4. #34

    Re:Not Linux related, but...

    well, gravity didn't give the kinetic energy, because if there were no kinetic energy, then we would get towed straight into the sun. gravity is still just and attraction between two masses, earth sun blackhole, whatever..

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