posted on Feb, 14 2012 @ 02:30 PM
Originally posted by metalshredmetal
where's your physics degree?
Well you see, a degree does not have a location, so your question is quite nonsensical.
do you still claim to work at CERN?
I visit CERN a few times a year, yes.
while you're at it...can you name a static object yet? are you going to say that a blood pressure reading is a static object again? i'm
telling you, just ask a scientist at your supposed workplace: CERN. they'd definitely be able to teach you a static object from dynamic.
You aren't capable of comprehending even simple concepts, such as that dynamic processes can have a static metric, such as an average value, or
min/max value etc. No amount of "lols" can fix your abject lack of education and comprehension skills.