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Re: Delphi and the Pythoness

Subject: Re: Delphi and the Pythoness
From: "§nühw¤£f"
Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 10:00:27 -0600
Newsgroups: soc.history.ancient, alt.usenet.kooks, rec.arts.drwho, 24hoursupport.helpdesk, comp.os.linux.advocacy, alt.os.linux.ubuntu, alt.windows7.general

Kadaitcha Man <anon@xxxxxxxx> clouded the waters of pure thought
with news:082w0w$3k7$2@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx: 

> "solar penguin", thou money-grabbing pervert. What shall I call
> thee when thou art a man. Ye frothed:
> 
>> More sources?  Nowadays historians can read all surviving
>> heiroglyphics. 
>>  Could Newton?  They can instantly access materials and experts
>>  all 
>> across the world thanks to the internet.  Could Newton? They can
>> study materials that weren't even discovered in Newton's time. 
>> Could Newton? 
> 
> Newton studied materials that "weren't even discovered in [his]
> time" the very same way scientists study materials today that
> don't exist. 
> 
>> After all, we know a _lot_ more about gravity< SLAP>
> 
> Ya reckon? I have any number of scientifically verifiable cites
> that say gravity doesn't work as advertised. Indeed, I have as
> many more scientifically verifiable cites that say gravity pushes,
> not pulls. 
> 
> And where is the proof that gravity is a property of matter?
> 
Sorry old bean but when I saw that bit I just had to interject:

gravity is a property of *mass*. The relationship is well 
established.

Carry On.

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