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Sep 5th 2016, 03:27 PM   #11
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 Again, only some of the points. I am doing this on the open Forum so others can follow the discussion. I do not generally discuss questions over the PM system.
Quite right too, though I have to admit I am having no small trouble 'following the discussion'

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Have you heard of Earnshaw's theorem?

Sep 5th 2016, 04:30 PM   #12
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 Originally Posted by studiot Quite right too, though I have to admit I am having no small trouble 'following the discussion' Instantonly, Have you heard of Earnshaw's theorem?
Rings a bell but I will have to review it. Will probably take the pressure off and give me another angle to clarify from. Thanks.

 Sep 5th 2016, 04:48 PM #13 Banned   Join Date: Aug 2016 Posts: 50 Oooh! GOOD prod studiot. This should help significantly. May take a little while to re-absorb in context. Last edited by Instantonly; Sep 5th 2016 at 04:56 PM.
 Sep 5th 2016, 10:19 PM #14 Banned   Join Date: Aug 2016 Posts: 50 I hope you don't figure out more questions till tomorrow. My brain is burning after all that verb conjugation!!! :/
 Sep 7th 2016, 06:21 PM #15 Senior Member   Join Date: Aug 2010 Posts: 383 One thing I wondered about- since you titled this "How many Planks in a point", how, exactly are you defining a physical "point"?
Sep 7th 2016, 10:09 PM   #16
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 Originally Posted by HallsofIvy One thing I wondered about- since you titled this "How many Planks in a point", how, exactly are you defining a physical "point"?
The title indicates that 'point' is an entirely anthropocentric concept. The only thing that even resembles a point in physics are termination vectors.

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Sep 8th 2016, 02:08 PM   #17
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 Rings a bell but I will have to review it
Not Bell's theorem, Earnshaw's.

Sep 8th 2016, 02:20 PM   #18
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 Originally Posted by studiot Not Bell's theorem, Earnshaw's. If it was a good question, how about a good reply?
My apologies. I was distracted by devising a cold-fusion generator that draws no more current than a decent hi-fi system to provide experimental proof of gravity theory. I will provide a fuller analysis when I have finished my current hiatus from this subject. Turning Hz into words is maximally exhausting and can only be revived with significant time spent playing my guitar.

Incidentally, I am uncertain the reply you seek. You asked if I had heard of the theorem and I replied honestly.

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