My Neverending Search Of BlogLand Yielded This Gem  

rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 6:24 am
My Neverending Search Of BlogLand Yielded This Gem


As you already know, I have way too much time on my hands. I absolutely love searching for the unusual, go figure. I found one! I think Dcausticexplorer.

I was doing my usual snooping around and came across a blog that had one post...and the title of the post you ask? Ask me anything.....Resident Super-genius in On duty.... The actual content of the blog was: I feel like being challenged today. I pride myself on being mentally efficient. I'm looking to be tested. Put my intellect to the test. Ask me anything and I'll answer your question without any problem. I'm serious. Ask anything at all and I will answer your question. Try me.

Come on...how could I possibly take a pass on this one? I asked the following:
I have been wrestling with photons and gravitons. I know the speed of the photon to be roughly 186,000 MPH. What puzzles me is the dynamic speed of a graviton in its relative environment as reported in the latest papers. Particularly its speed; in earth's orbit, in our solar system, in free space, at the surface of a black hole, and then at the precise center of a black hole.

Would you please offer it as an equation? Thank you in advance for helping me.


I figured it was on. His reply:
Alright. I can see what your problem is. Its the photons and gravitons. What your need to do is readjust your instruments so you can pick up the exterior restrictions of the black hole along with the proximity of its diameter. Its really quite simple, actually. I'm sure you can handle it without my painting a picture for you. Its the only way to truly learn to solve the equation. It will also be a growth experience for you. Thank you for your question. Glad I can help. That is why I'm here.

I was immediately impressed. This blog was exactly what I had hoped for. I replied to his answer:
It is so clear now! I can't believe I didn't see it before. Thank you for your guidance. I hope you do not mind...I will see if I can't name my next born after you. Thank you Dcausticexplorer...you're a lifesaver.

The reason I was impressed is this, I suspected maybe this fellow was going to take a tongue-in-cheek approach to this. Just a gut feeling. But I wasn't certain. I needed something to test him to make sure he was a comic and not an egomaniac. So I asked the first question with an obvious error in it. I stated the speed of light as 186,000 MPH, which is wrong. It is actually 186,000 Miles Per Second.

In his reply, had he been an egomaniac and/or true genius, he would have jumped all over me for the error. He didn't. Yes! A possible comic...and I do so love comics. If you have a chance, pop over and ask him a question. This could be fun.

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AmberSolaire 42M

7/29/2005 9:27 am

All very well Talldark, but whats the equation?lol


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 9:30 am

LOL Amber I don't even know what my question said.

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AltumHunksUnite 53M

7/29/2005 9:46 am

I checked... his blog isn't there. Poof!

I checked the weather, there have been no black holes in the area.

A mystery.

Let me drive. I like the view


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 9:57 am

Cleavis you're right! OMG...swallowed up. I'm emailing him!

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 10:08 am

FYI...I emailed Dcausticexplorer and begged for the return of his intellect. I'll keep you advised. LOL, seems he's smarter than I thought.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 10:09 am

Cleavis you're right! OMG...swallowed up. I'm emailing him!

FYI...I emailed Dcausticexplorer and begged for the return of his intellect. I'll keep you advised. LOL, seems he's smarter than I thought.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 12:00 pm

It worked. He has restored the site and is awaiting your questions!

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LIBlonde97 40F
1028 posts
7/29/2005 1:18 pm

I saw his blog too and I laughed... better to be a comic than egomaniac. Hmmm... I'll have to think of something interesting to ask [blogDcausticexplorer]...


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7/29/2005 1:23 pm

Ok LIBlonde...I'm watching for it. LMAO...this should be good.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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7/29/2005 1:23 pm

UPDATE** The original posts are gone but the Blog is up and running.

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Tala4u2 54M  
2961 posts
7/30/2005 6:31 am

I like comis, well who can't like books with pictures in them. I especially like the ones where the oictures are drawn slowly so I can keep up with the story. 186,000 MPS I am getting dizzy just writing it. At least reading comics is just a page every couple of days, and my prep scholl teacher would probably have a stroke if she knew I had reached that speed. It was a ggod blog Dcaustic's maybe it is just a glitch that he has gone.

Tala, Wizard of The Kingdom of BooBoBia, DEITY,
PERVlander


rm_affbreak 46M
287 posts
7/30/2005 7:01 pm

What wonders me is the question whether forces can be seen as information exchange and if different types of data to be transmitted
have to share the same bandwidth. Besides that I'm just a normal pervert.


papyrina 51F
21133 posts
7/31/2005 4:26 am

bugger i'm just confused,hangovers and certain posts just don't mix


I'm a

and
i'm here to stay


rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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8/1/2005 6:04 am

Harshaw...I never really trusted Hawking's theries until I saw him on the Simpson's. Now I believe everything he says.

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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8/1/2005 6:05 am

LOL Tala...pictures drawn slowly. Sounds like me!

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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8/1/2005 6:06 am

affbreak...now I'm really confused!

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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8/1/2005 6:11 am

LMAO Papy...I hear you. I get so mixed up sober

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rm_talldarkavg1 105M
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8/1/2005 8:13 am

OK Huny hold on...E=MC²...did that work?

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