reply to post by tinfoilman
I'm sorry you don't comprehend what that means.
I don't comprehend it? I gave you the #ing definition, idiot.
If you don't want to believe that I'm sorry, but I gather this puts you at about a 3rd or 4th grade level when it comes to science and the
basic properties of atoms.
I gather this puts you at about a kindergarten level when it comes to logic and understanding simple premises.
You're doing yourself a disservice by not being educated about how atoms work. The first step to fixing your problem is admitting you have
How do you know I'm the one with the problem? How do you know you're not the one with the problem here? You just can't seem to understand my points
and continue to misunderstand them to a ridiculous degree.
Here's a site on the topic that looks like it's geared more towards kids and younger people if it helps get you started.
Don't even bother, asshole. Learn to act like an adult and provide adult sources instead of trying to piss me off with stupid little jokes like this
one. Just because I asked you a hypothetical question doesn't mean your answer needs to be hypothetical. Hypothetical questions can
with facts and it does happen in scientific situations. I asked you a simple question and you couldn't really answer it. Instead of trying to go
around it, just say you don't know. That's being honest, but I haven't really seen much honesty from you in your recent replies. The first three
quotes above are great examples of dishonesty on your part. That's the problem you have.
The first step to fixing your problem is admitting you have one.
I do have certain problems (like everyone else), but I have yet to see you admit that you have a problem. I exposed your dishonesty problem, now admit
By the way, remember when you said that if the electromagnetic field was breached or removed and the atom was contacted by another atom, they would
pass through each other as if they're nonexistent? Seems like you're wrong about that too. Particle collisions involve atomic and subatomic particles
hitting each other and an actual collision is recorded. They don't literally pass through without any contact like a ghost walking through a wall. If
you don't believe me, look at the retarded little kid's site you posted. It mentions that in one of the paragraphs.
Don't forget that your answer to my question was just a speculation. You don't really know if the particles would become immaterial if the fields were
removed, so don't act like you know and just admit that you really don't know. As far as I can tell from particle collision experiments, protons and
neutrons might even be made of smaller particles that have their own electromagnetic fields, so your little theory about the particles basically
becoming immaterial if their fields are breached or removed is simply just a theory.
edit on 4/5/2011 by Condemned0625 because: (no reason given)