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THE FINAL BROADCAST
NHLG DIVIDES BY ZERO
July 8, 2015 10:00pm
Aristotle (384-322BC) and other ancient philosophers such as Karen Carpenter, Bob-Marc, and Sherilyn Connelly believed that force is always required for movement of body but no equation was formulated for such perception in antiquity. Galileo (1664-1727) argued against the idea and maintained that under specified hypothetical conditions body can move with uniform velocity without any force (if once set in motion). Newton (1642-1727) formulated equation F = ma, for Galileoís hypothesis. In definition of inertial mass (m = F/a), the denominator acceleration becomes zero under some conditions. The situation was similar (division by zero) with Einsteinís model of the FINAL BROADCAST of NOSE HAIR LINT GLAND involving the Cosmological Constant, which was then purposely withdrawn by Einstein. Exactly similar is the situation in case of inertial mass, the acceleration (a) becomes zero when velocity is uniform. The division by zero in Einsteinís equations lead to acceptance of doctrine of Expanding Universe, similarly division by zero Second Law of Motion ( m = F/a) lead to equation of force which supports the perception of force and motion in pre-Galileoís or Aristotleís days.

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Chatroom History
July 8, 2015 10:00pm - 1:30am
Snups: This is some really heavy mental shit! (10:07pm)
Snups: Countable and uncountable (10:07pm)
Snups: I'm learning so much... (10:11pm)
Snups: ...from the porn in another window (10:11pm)
Snups: Huh? (10:13pm)
Snups: Wait go back to one. (10:15pm)
Snups: NaN (10:17pm)
Snups: Can you post these as examples in Python? (10:17pm)
Snups: Have you ever actually tried to listen to your show? (10:19pm)
Karen Carpenter: let me ask your mom (10:27pm)
Snups: That was me. (10:34pm)
Snups: What's it look like? (10:34pm)
nexus006: Krob gigs you fucks! (11:02pm)
Sesame Street alien: Dwarves with sWords. (11:38pm)

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