Old 13th July 2004, 18:55   #161
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You know, actually, I would LOVE to have a few different denomination Euro coins... Anyone over-seas care to donate a few euro coins for the sake of adding to my coin collection??

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Old 13th July 2004, 18:57   #162
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We don't have Euros...care for some Swiss francs?

Just give me your address, phone and credit card number and I'll send some along!

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Old 13th July 2004, 18:58   #163
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Phone number and addy, I can give. Don't have a credit card, though.

I think I have one OLD franc coin... I'd have to dig through my random foreign coins and see.

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Old 13th July 2004, 19:09   #164
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You know, actually, I would LOVE to have a few different denomination Euro coins... Anyone over-seas care to donate a few euro coins for the sake of adding to my coin collection??
The euro coins and notes are the ugliest currency I've ever seen.

They ALL look like they've been designed by a burocratic commitee, and thats because they have.

For example, the notes show various pieces of architecture. But not one of the representations is of a real construction. Why? Because the one country wouldn't like it if it had to have anothers building/bridge/monument on their 10 euro note.

If people arn't ready to have each others monuments on their currency, then they arn't ready for a single currency.

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Old 13th July 2004, 19:12   #165
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never seen the paper euro currency, only the euro coins, which from what I've seen, have a different reverse for each country...


Mia: apparently it was this I was thinking about:
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You're right. I would not have cared if only the eiffel (sp?) tower, brandenburger tor, sagrada familias and st. peter would have been on the notes, but some nationalistic people cared
now we have stupid bridges and fake buildings instead...
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Yeah SSJ4 Gogitta but that's a French Franc, I was talking about the Swiss ones, they have their own currency, it just has the same name...here's a site that shows you how all of them look:

http://www.swissmint.ch/d/produkte/index.shtml

I have to add though that I haven't seen the 1 centimes (Rappen in German) coins anywhere during the more than 5 years I have lived here...I don't think they really exist, all the prices in stores are always ###.95, never .99 so this one centime coin is a new sight to me I have to investigate that further.

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Ah, don't have anything that look like those...

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I like these Penny's, too... only 4 I have.
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Maybe we just don't make a lot of comments and keep quiet so a saying like that never developed
Ha! ha! ha! You would never have said that if you had known me in person! (did I get the tenses in the if sentence right?)

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For example, the notes show various pieces of architecture. But not one of the representations is of a real construction. Why? Because the one country wouldn't like it if it had to have anothers building/bridge/monument on their 10 euro note.

If people arn't ready to have each others monuments on their currency, then they arn't ready for a single currency.
Yeah, that's just childish.

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I would not have cared if only the eiffel (sp?) tower
Well, there are certainly more beautiful things in Europe than the Eiffel Tower, (or, La Tour Eiffel, as I think the French call it?) but in the end I wouldn't really care either.


On a sidenote, I just noticed how stupid a word "Rappen" is. Should be part of my collection of stupid words, which includes such german evergreens as "Suelze", "Gruetze" and "Schmalz". Languages are such marvellous toys, don't you think?

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Why does everyone accept what the physicists believe currently, and what everyone else believes currently, without pausing to think that the fact that they (the authorities) have been wrong, or misguided, in some way or another for practically all of human history and that this is the basis for making a very simple, very accurate prediction about further accuracy in the present and future?

Why do people think that they'll approach perfect knowledge from imperfect data? The human mind is highly subjective, incapable of direct thought, consideration of the quadrillions of facts necessary to come to a complete understanding, or even decent memory recall. Are they too flawed to notice?
What do you suggest as an alternative? The amount of data necessary to understand the basic concepts of any subject is staggering. If you took your whole life, and dedicated it to the study of, say, volcanoes, without the aid of preexisting knowledge, you would never be able to amass a tenth the amount of correct data that's already available.

Truth, by the way, is not absolute. Something isn't either "true" or "false". It can easily be "mostly true".

The idea that the sun orbits around the Earth was a very false idea, but it is fastly more true than the idea that a God in a chariot pulls it across the sky. So in actual fact, it was a great scientific advancement, even though we view it as "false". It was *more* true.

You will never have absolutely perfect data - in fact, there is a scientific law known as the "uncertainty principal" which essencially states that, though in very different terms.

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Xzxzzx, why is the term called "2 cents" instead of some other term? I thought it was rather strange that people say "and that is my 2 cents", like Mia.
If I recall correctly, it's a way of making your listeners more receptive to your opinion - you're being "humble", in sorts.

You're basically saying "here's my opinion, and I think it's only worth two cents".

I'll get to the rest of the questions later.

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Old 13th July 2004, 20:25   #173
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Nothing is certain. So it would be useless to state that nothing's certain everytime you say something (I think).

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Nothing is certain. So it would be useless to state that nothing's certain everytime you say something (I think).
That is certainly correct.

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If nothing is certain, how is it correct to say that nothing is certain, when everything could be certain?

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If everything could be certain, 'nothing is certain' could be certain as well. But nothing is, so it's no use of saying everything could be certain, because nothing is. That's why you should not say 'everything could be certain' since that's a lie. Though that's not certain as well, since nothing is certain as everything could be certain. But it could, so it's not certain. So: nothing is certain. Well, off course, I'm just guessing...

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If nothing is certain, how is it correct to say that nothing is certain, when everything could be certain?
Clearly we reach a contradiction, thus the statement "Nothing is certain" cannot itself be certain, implying that something could be certain.

Hence, we can always be certain about something, even if it is the statement "Nothing else is certain", which doesn't suffer from said contradiction.

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No no no, you're getting it all wrong. Some things are certain (else there would neither be perception or percieved), but WE do not know what they are. Therefore, our statements must therefore be uncertain, unless they reaffirm this principle.

What I was originally saying is that scientific theories change all the time, so sounding snooty about them is pointless (and contradictory!).
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It would have to be some damn strong evidence, considering that we have photos of the Earth being all non-flat and shit.

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something i've always wondered: why do downloads start really fast but then decrease quickly.

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something i've always wondered: why do downloads start really fast but then decrease quickly.
Basically, they don't. It's the software being inaccurate, due to the delay between when it requests the data and when it starts counting as the start time of the download.

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Old 14th July 2004, 02:59   #185
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Well, you can get the answer with the following formula:
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((lick/(pi/(7-8+9-((6*2/3)+4))))+(0^(1.1x10^2 - (sqrt(100) + 1)))) + 1

This is true for sufficiently large values of "lick".

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18.

I see no reason to hide my age other than if someone cares to argue based on it, "well, I'm older than you, so listen to blah blah blah", that just makes their position that much weaker.

Plus, I've got the trump card.

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If nothing is certain, how is it correct to say that nothing is certain, when everything could be certain?
You certainly could be correct, except that if everything were certain, there would certainly be no certainty.

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No, I don't think so, but I'll try it.

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What about the rule of a number multiplied by its reciprocal is 1? It is 0/1 * 1/0. Technically it should equal 1, but that also breaks the rule of anything multiplied by zero is zero. Stupid mathematics.
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Yes, well, infinities don't work well in our mathematical system.

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Did you do Speech & Debate in high school? It seems you would have been pretty good at it.
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Infinities work just fine.

The reason infinity x zero = zero is that when you multiply two numbers together you are simply saying that you have X groups of Y (i.e. 5 sacks with 4 potaos in each equaling 20 potatoes) so infinite groups of zero = 0 and zero groups of infinity still = 0.

Also (1/0)*(0/1) does not equal 1 or 0, why because you can't / by 0 (just try giving those 20 taters to zero people) there for (1/0)*(0/1) is drum-roll not possible.
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No, I'm afraid not. I didn't go to a "traditional" high school. Debate is one of the only reasons I wish I had.

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because you can't / by 0
There is a thereom(sp?) in Calculus that proves n/0 approaches infinity. That is why i figured to use 1/0.

Xzxzzx, don't worry. They have debate in college, but from what I hear, it is rather insane. You could give it a try there.
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Infinities work just fine.
Really?

Does infinity - infinity = 0?
Does 1 + infinity = infinity?

If so, then what about (infinity + 1 = infinity + 2)?

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