Ravenmock, another good idea would be to try to just use normal words and normal phrases.
When a single sentence,
Third and lastly, take gravity (good ole Mother Earth - Matter) and break it down with Phi = Antigravity (like alien spacecraft in our
atmosphere)(once out of atmosphere it goes nuke, ultrasound, & antigravity simultaniously to rip a hole into the Phi dimension or I like to say
Like that, exists, it makes your post impossible to read. You have 2 bracketed sections of side-thoughts in a single sentence, then you open a third
that never closes.
You refer back to other things you've said, and you don't complete thoughts.
break it down with Phi = Antigravity?
"Use Antigravity to break matter down, as I said, this is Phi breaking apart Pi."
There, that would make some semblance of sense. Proper capitalisation, fixing spelling errors, and making your writing readable are all incredibly
important for communication of ideas.
Then, you go and do something like this:
Absent the aforementioned, I believe there are some posts that are contemplating this rudimentary and discombobulated hypo. I am going to
remain focused on the Engegy (Atom vis a vis Nuclear - Engergy), (ElectroMagnetic/Gravity - Engery), (Ultrasound (Hummmmm)Sound-Engery)
hypo for awhile.
Absent is used in such a confusing way here, it sends the reader for a loop, then you use aforementioned, contemplating, rudimentary, discombobulated,
and your own personal short form for hypothesis all in a single sentence. The fewer syllables a word has, the better you do for using it. Attempting
to use large words, well known phrases, etc, is a bad, bad idea. Just speak.
Right after that, you use vis a vis, and 3 separate brackets, with one more bracket within a bracket. Can you imagine saying that in real life? The
next sentence uses the word 'energy' 4 times, and it isn't spelled right once!
Ravenmock, you're starting to get that you need to make your thoughts flow better when you express them to us, but something that's just as
important is for you to stop when you're done your post, do something else for a minute or two, and then come back to your post and read over it as
if you were speaking aloud.
If you could sensibly say it to someone in the exact way it's written
, then the post is ready to be sent. If you couldn't, or if it could
come off as confusing or disjointed, it isn't ready yet. Try writing your posts in Microsoft Word or Corel WordPerfect or something similar that has
a spellcheck built into it, so that you can fix your typos/mistakes automatically. Use the Preview button to read over your post so you can see how
it's going to look to everyone else once it's posted. It also makes rereading easier.
Doing those two things will greatly, greatly improve the quality of your posts.
(For example, I wrote this post almost 10 minutes before I posted it, which is right now. I've read over it twice, fixed 4-5 typos, reworded
sentences, added in coding tags, dropped sentences, moved things around, and tried to make it look nice. This isn't a chatboard, it's a place to
have serious discussion: Serious effort needs to be put into your posts. This really goes for everyone as a guideline, but especially you Right now,