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February 14th, 2011, 07:57 AM

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But that is a separate question from the issue of pressure acting in opposition to gravity. As I already pointed out, the clouds exist, we can see them. Whether we consider how the clouds came to be or not, the claim you made several times about “clouds can’t condense into a planet” is one you clearly are not competent to defend.

When you feel you can stick to the subject you proposed in your OP, let me know.


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February 14th, 2011, 07:47 PM

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When you feel you can stick to the subject you proposed in your OP, let me know.





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February 16th, 2011, 07:44 AM

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Completely different things with completely different units
So then force can be applied without energy? Ok.





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February 16th, 2011, 08:27 AM

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So then force can be applied without energy? Ok.
Since energy is the capacity to do work and work is a force over a distance, yes, you can have a force (mass times acceleration) without energy. The application of force would be a general way of saying "work". So in other words, you asked, rhetorically in an attempt to be a smart-alec, "so then work can be done without energy? Ok.". But, of course, that has nothing to do with my comment to Stipe that you so clumsily barged in on. However, even if it were true that you couldn't have a force without first having the capacity to do work, that's not the same as implying that they are the same general thing.

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Since energy is the capacity to do work and work is a force over a distance, yes, you can have a force (mass times acceleration) without energy. The application of force would be a general way of saying "work". So in other words, you asked, rhetorically in an attempt to be a smart-alec, "so then work can be done without energy? Ok.". But, of course, that has nothing to do with my comment to Stipe that you so clumsily barged in on.
Ah, Watson. I don't think I've ever seen so much knowledge used to say absolutely nothing in my whole life. Is this good for the income or something?





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February 16th, 2011, 08:58 AM

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Ah, Watson. I don't think I've ever seen so much knowledge used to say absolutely nothing in my whole life. Is this good for the income or something?
Likewise, I've never before seen someone attempt to pass off nothing as knowledge with as much effort that you exert. I would suggest actually attempting to acquire some of the latter mentioned rather than all the pretending. It might actually be less effort in the end and you might find it somewhat useful.



   
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Likewise, I've never before seen someone attempt to pass off nothing as knowledge with as much effort that you exert. I would suggest actually attempting to acquire some of the latter mentioned rather than all the pretending. It might actually be less effort in the end and you might find it somewhat useful.
What should I do in order to acquire this knowledge? Should I study and obtain a university degree in earth science? Should I work with students and professors to produce scholarly articles and to process data? Should I read technical journals? Should I discuss my ideas with informed people?

Would that be enough or is there something else I should think about doing?





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What should I do in order to acquire this knowledge? Should I study and obtain a university degree in earth science?
I don't think that degree has done much good for you. You previously demonstrated to me that your understanding of many things you should be familiar with, if you really do have such a degree, is abysmal (and not just lacking).

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Oh, you're published? Please link me to one of your peer reviewed articles.

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What's the point if the exercise of either of these is just in your own personal incredulity?



   
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I don't think that degree has done much good for you.
Oh. So I should just ignore your advice then. That seems like a pretty good idea.





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Ah, Watson. I don't think I've ever seen so much knowledge used to say absolutely nothing in my whole life. Is this good for the income or something?
Once again, Stripe breaks the irony meter





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