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Comment: Re:not true, IIRC (Score 1) 120

by wonkey_monkey (#47444749) Attached to: How Deep Does the Multiverse Go?

nonsense statement...had to read twice to be sure, but this is just technobabble and not based on scientific definitions of "space" and "light"

That's weird, I understood it perfectly as an (admittedly somewhat simplified) explanation of how space expands and how light travels through that expanding space. Don't blame your lack of understanding on what you imagine to be the GP's lack of clarity.

in other words, **NO** there is not 'light' hitting us from 14B ly+

No-one said there is. There is light hitting us which was emitted by objects which are now* more than 14 billion light years away.

*for a given value of "now," that is, but I'm not sure I'd enjoy trying to explain that to you.

Comment: Re:Completely useless for me. (Score 1) 156

by HornWumpus (#47443601) Attached to: Rocket Scientist Designs "Flare" Pot That Cooks Food 40% Faster

Buy a couple of immersion heaters before you hurt yourself. 1800/heater wattage is the number you want.

Also learn to cook a hot dog/brautwurst etc on a cutoff extension cord. That's classic 'dorm food'. Just get any junk 120 appliance and cut-off the cord, strip 3/4'' off the ends and plug the bare wires into the ends of the sausage. Hot dogs will cook in 30 seconds. Don't electrocute yourself.

For large values of one, one equals two, for small values of two.