That sucks about the Q.A. store. West Seattle is just so far away (not really but it is). The Q.A. store is responsible for my addiction to buying records. Spent so many hung over wake and bake mornings after shows in there. RIP
Seriously if you don't believe me, fuck that. I'm idaho's public enemy #1 with at least 11 outstanding parking tickets. Y'all foos ain't ready fo dis east coast overdose all up ins Seattle and haha oh god what am I talking about.
This morning I was walking to work, and slipped on some ice and ate it. My messenger bag carrying the macbook pro that I use at work jammed into my ribs when I fell, and when I pulled it out the screen was shattered. Luckily I don't have to buy the laptop, but now I'm stuck with an older rebuilt one that I have to try to get to work. I think I damn near broke a rib too.
Post by Horned Gramma on Jan 28, 2013 17:25:28 GMT -8
Internet wanderings led me to a site called Conservapedia, which -- yup -- is a hyper-conservative knockoff of wikipedia.
Here is an excerpt from the article on Einstein's theory of relativity:
E=mc² is Einstein's famous formula which asserts that the energy (E) which makes up the matter in any body is equal to the square of the speed of light (c²) times the mass (m) of that body. It is a statement that purports to relate all matter to energy. In fact, no theory has successfully unified the laws governing mass (i.e., gravity) with the laws governing light (i.e., electromagnetism), and numerous attempts to derive E=mc² in general from first principles have failed. Political pressure, however, has since made it impossible for anyone pursuing an academic career in science to even question the validity of this nonsensical equation. Simply put, E=mc² is liberal claptrap.