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fiveworlds

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#985091 What is Freemasonry about?

Posted by fiveworlds on 23 April 2017 - 12:20 AM

I was very careful with my words.  I said "appears to be Lucifer". the former Freemason wrote about it, not me.​

 

 

Freemasonry is a men's club which only allows people to join if they believe in a god or gods.

 

 

am ignorant about Freemasonry, which degree are you?

 

 

None, I am a bit young to join I have been invited a few times though and I am an atheist.


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#984770 Integrate area between circle and a function

Posted by fiveworlds on 21 April 2017 - 06:41 PM

You need to find the points of intersection between the function and the circle.

 

In this case the point of intersection is sin(45) which is a recurring fraction.


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#984640 oppression

Posted by fiveworlds on 21 April 2017 - 08:43 AM

The only think I could think was, so- for a career path you chose oppression.

 

 

What career isn't supporting oppression?? Name any career where you aren't working to make the rich richer or keep their place in society.


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#982589 Any Tangible Medical Benefits for Circumcision?

Posted by fiveworlds on 12 April 2017 - 08:46 PM

Well, most MD's will indeed recommend it, as there appears to be some signficant advantages insofar as hygeine is concerned. Inefection and bacterial control, as well as less-risk of STD's.​

 

 

Wrong, there is no medical benefit to circumcision anymore in biblical times there might have been but not anymore since you can just wash. Also condoms are just as good at reducing the risk of STD transmission. Circumcision gets rid of the foreskin which plays a vital role in peventing the desensitization of the penis, is a natural lubricant and contains millions of nerve ending which make sex more pleasurable. In fact the only reason circumcision caught on is because of sex phobia and the mentality of a generation that thought masturbation was wrong.


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#981508 electrician's guide for the scientifically apt (technique + theory)

Posted by fiveworlds on 7 April 2017 - 10:14 PM

Depends on how long you have. It will takes ages to learn I would recommend you follow this tutorial first https://www.allabout...s.com/textbook/


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#980086 What is the difference between killing an animal for fun and killing one for...

Posted by fiveworlds on 1 April 2017 - 07:12 PM

Killing something for fun is a sign of a sick mind! 

 

 

 

Many people enjoy fishing I don't see anything wrong with that but they certainly don't have to fish to eat. Most of our problems with fish numbers didn't come for people who fish for sport it was big trawlers and oil spills killing thousands of fish.


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#978073 Ethics of using Stem Cells to Create Human Chimeras

Posted by fiveworlds on 23 March 2017 - 07:41 PM

What a great topic. We have been modifying animals for years to produce insulin for diabetics etc. I would think that so long as the animals is not in considerable pain throughout life and the mutation isn't spread to the rest of the animal population then it is fairly okay.


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#978046 Speed of depressurization

Posted by fiveworlds on 23 March 2017 - 05:15 PM

Gas Dynamics?? There are a few equations most have to do with pipelines such as.
 

Simplified gas formula

This formula is recommended for most general-use flow applications.

 

Weymouth equation

The Weymouth equation is recommended for smaller-diameter pipe (generally, 12 in. and less). It is also recommended for shorter lengths of segments ( < 20 miles) within production batteries and for branch gathering lines, medium- to high-pressure (+/–100 psig to > 1,000 psig) applications, and a high Reynolds number.

 

Panhandle equation

This equation is recommended for larger-diameter pipe (12-in. diameter and greater). It is also recommended for long runs of pipe ( > 20 miles) such as cross-country transmission pipelines and for moderate Reynolds numbers.

 

Spitzglass equation

The Spitzglass equation is recommended for low-pressure vent lines < 12 in. in diameter (ΔP < 10% of P1).

The petroleum engineer will find that the general gas equation and the Weymouth equation are very useful. The Weymouth equation is ideal for designing branch laterals and trunk lines in field gas-gathering systems.

 

 

 

http://petrowiki.org...along_pipelines

http://www.pipeflowc...le-gas-flow.php


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#976631 Is it my compfuser ?

Posted by fiveworlds on 15 March 2017 - 10:06 PM

That isn't supported by html it requires using css and isn't included in bbcode. You can use [LIST=a].

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#976323 What is this function ?

Posted by fiveworlds on 14 March 2017 - 06:16 PM

Not sure how to solve it though

 
It is an infinite loop.

public static void function(int x){
  int answer = 0;
  int p = 0;
  while(true){
    if(p%2 == 0}{
​       answer = answer + java.lang.Math.pow((x/2),​2p)/java.lang.Math.pow(factorial(p),2)
       system.out.println(answer);
    } else{
       answer = answer - java.lang.Math.pow((x/2),​2p)/java.lang.Math.pow(factorial(p),2)
​​       system.out.println(answer);
    }
  }

}

public static int factorial(int n) {
   int result = 1;
   for (int i = 1; i <= n; i++) {
      result = result * i;
   }
   return result;
}

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#975710 [Shocking?] Neil deGrasse Tyson: "Science is true whether or not we belie...

Posted by fiveworlds on 11 March 2017 - 11:35 AM

Why belief is non-necessary (written by inventor of "non beliefism")

('A')

It took billions of years of evolution on planet earth, for a phenomenon called 'non-beliefism' to emerge, and I am its inventor.



('B')

Non-beliefism is a framework that may enhance thought, while underlining that belief is non necessary, for belief opposes science.


('C')

Here is one of "non beliefism's" premise sequences:

Separately, belief may constitute non-science.
Science in contrast, shan’t encode non-science.
…ie scientific evidence shan’t contain non-scientific-evidence.
Thereafter, it is non-scientific to believe.



★★★★★★★★★★
Simply, it is non-scientific to believe, as the concept of belief allows non-science, whereas science allows not non-science.

Therein, one need not contact a paradigm, observed to likely express non-science (i.e. belief), whence science persists.



('D')

Criticism is welcome.

 

 

You didn't invent atheism.... Don't you have something better to be doing with your time???


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#973600 MS Office 2016: table and caption

Posted by fiveworlds on 24 February 2017 - 03:22 PM

Could you not just add a row above the table with the heading in it???


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#972730 Beall's list under threat

Posted by fiveworlds on 19 February 2017 - 01:46 PM

List Attached

Attached Files


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#967635 New Keyboard layout

Posted by fiveworlds on 20 January 2017 - 08:10 PM

So its your fault.  Just because of you, we all have to put up with it!​

 

 

I use the caps lock too for typing constants.


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#967175 Let's talk about Bitcoin

Posted by fiveworlds on 17 January 2017 - 11:59 PM

But if the virus is actually a trojan or key logger, and someone steals all the money from your bank then all those backups won't help​

 

 

Not necessarily your bank can keep track of your frequently used devices and public ip address and notify you of irregular money transfers. Also you won't lose all your money if your house happens to burn down. Also paypal isn't all that secure either accounts are sold on the dark web.


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