BBONDS25 LSU Fan Member since Mar 2008 11691 posts
re: People claiming that obamacare will implant RFID chips (Posted on 1/26/13 at 11:24 am to mograyback)
The romneycare and obamacare argument is complete bull shite. Read both bills and then come back and speak about it once you actually know something about the topic. Or better yet, watch a half hour youtube and declare yourself an expert.
re: People claiming that obamacare will implant RFID chips (Posted on 1/26/13 at 11:48 am to Placebeaux)
quote: well with a name like taxing authority you would think you work for the IRS right
Wrong. I'm an engineer specializing in numerical modeling of dynamic systems. "Taxing" doesn't refer to taxes. It's refers to heavy burden. I do know a fair share about taxes, but only as a business owner. Certainly not an IRS agent. I'm usually on the opposite side of the table from them!
mograyback Missouri Fan Red Patoka Sea Member since Jul 2011 5481 posts
re: People claiming that obamacare will implant RFID chips (Posted on 1/26/13 at 11:53 am to TheDoc)
What is your problem?
You said calm down bro when I didn't do anything that wasn't calm... that's a lame move. The tool move comment has nothing to do with the topic at hand, not sure the purpose of telling me about a chain letter.
re: People claiming that obamacare will implant RFID chips (Posted on 1/26/13 at 11:57 am to Placebeaux)
quote: well as an engineer how did the Trade Center fall at the speed of gravity if the pancake theory is applied
What speed do you think something should fall at? BTW there is no such thing as "speed of gravity". Gravity is an force, we measure as an acceleration.
How long do you think it takes an overloaded column to fail? Let's see you come up with a time constant to relate spring rate -> deflection -> to failure given an overload of... say 200% over yield. That is where you'd start... and you'd find that Tc is pretty damn close to 0. It's basic engineering. Castigliano knew that columns don't fail slowly like a beam in overload. They collapse instantly and suddenly.