Or you've been math trolled. Imagine how many math Nazis there are here compared to grammar Nazis. This is a whole new level of trolling.
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I wonder, how many recruits did OBL generated for the US Armed Forces?
Windmills do not work that way.
No, they're not, unless you've been drifting.
The friction between the tires and the road is static friction, which keeps the tire from slipping. Only kinetic friction would result in loss of energy as heat.
Click the pencil/paper icon on the right hand side of the bar above the first comment. There's a pref for the old system.
Took me about 15 minutes to find it, since it wasn't in my user prefs.
Sure, it escapes straight up if it's diatomic tritium, like the usual hydrogen molecule.
Not so much if the tritium atom takes the place of a hydrogen atom in water.