The reason so many socialists are gleefully trashing libertarians over this fire-story (with a guaranteed +5 insightful) is because they only consider events dramatic enough to make the news. A loss that is spread out evenly over many people goes straight into their blind spot. It is unjust to force anyone to pay for fire service. That injustice is nothing to socialists because it isn't a dramatic event they can point to. But multiply it out over the vast number of people the injustice is imposed on, and the loss is greater than this house that burned down. Too bad a full cost/benefit analysis would make too boring a story for anyone to watch.
What helmet law? Last I checked, the helmet law in Texas had been repealed, and the Austin BICYCLE helmet law repealed about a week later. Did they reinstate some BS save-one-life/temporary-emergency helmet law just for the rally?
Very informative, thanks. When you say the electrons have a definite momentum about the Z-axis, do you mean just one chosen axis (depending on your perspective and axes you assign) or does it have something to do with which way is "up" or gravity?
1. Send someone in with diving suit and CO2 or Argon tank
2. Close shuttle door and open tank, pressurizing shuttle
3. Remove knob, release pressure
4. Go home and quit robbing us of obscene amounts of cash
7. Carefully put the peripheral back in box (BIB)
8. Place SIB ad on Ebay
9. Profit again!
If the power output is constant, you'd start off like a rock out of a slingshot. Then as you reached top speed the acceleration would taper off asymtotically. Kinetic energy = 1/2 mass x velocity^2 I think.
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