Alrighty then, I'm just about sick of this stupidity on the internet.
I don't want to have a ******* perfect body, It's not my ambition.
I don't want to climb a ******* mountain, It's not my ambition.
I don't want to wrestle a ******* bear, It's not my ambition.
What's that grandpa's excuse for not mastering C#, java, html, php, SQL,...?
What's that grandpa's excuse for not ******* the every woman in the world?
What's that grandpa's excuse for not saving the world from hunger and hatred?
We all have our own, different ambitions and desires. **** you, and have a nice day.
Was that...sarcasm? Because I like it. Being sick of the stupidity on the internet is just a waste of time. I like wasting my time. I have a desire to waste more of my time. I'm sick of people being sick of the internet. **** you, and have a wonderful day.
This post gave me deja vu so damn hard. This whole thread did. I'm sure I've seen that gif with those words and these responses before. It's bothering me very much. Not in the "REPOST RED THUMB" way, but in a more, "Did I actually see this or have a micro nap about FJ and then see this?" Sleep deprivation is a hell of a drug.
If you want defined muscles you need to work out for about 2-3 hours a day and eat the right diet, the sort of work out you need to do although isn't that much time consuming its very energy consuming and if you have a job which is in any way physically demanding you are screwed.
I don't think you read what i said properly, i said "the sort of WORKOUT you need to do is energy consuming" i didn't say the diet was energy consuming and if you really think you only get an aching pain because you didn't warm down correctly then you need to go relearn P.E, muscle grows because you literally tear it and it regrows back stronger, the tearing of the muscle is what makes you ache.
I know all this but if you want a muscly toned body you have to do intense work out, the muscle doesn't instantly heal and that is why the next day you will still ache. Also even if you are the most perfect diet ever you would still feel worn out after an intense workout.
You have obviously never done an intense workout because if you did you wouldn't be saying this, after an intense workout no matter how physically fit you are the next day you will ache, nobody can recover after a day.
Like i said at the beginning if you have a physically demanding job you are screwed, i don't define walking as physically demanding...but even something as simple as shelf stacking becomes hard after an intense workout, stretching for high shelves and carrying somewhat heavy boxes all day wears you out ridiculously.
Probably because the Pythagorean theorem is something most people recognize, a common question in school where you should "find x". I do get your point though, but you don't exactly "solve" E=mc^2 (actually E^2=(mc^2)^2 + (pc)^2, which in a way is quite similar to a^2+b^2=c^2 from Pythagoras). E=mc^2 is but a formula for calculating the energy of a body at rest, and not something to be solved unless you either have the mass and want the energy, or the other way around.
You could say, however, that "I came here to find a formula for the total energy of a body in rest and to **** bitches
And E=mc^2", but it doesn't sound as catchy now, does it?
It is possible to solve E=mc^2, for both c, m and E. How do you think he found the constant, c, if he didn't do excactly that?
And that formula is not just for something at rest. That is the formula for if there is a difference in energi, which ecuals the difference in mass, times the speed of light^2.
c is the speed of light. The formula is mainly supposed to find E, since c, as you said, is a constant. And while you can find the energy for a mass by using the formula, I wouldn't say that he's famous for solving it, but rather for finding the formula. It's not that hard to use the formula, but bloody hard to come up with it. And how would you solve it if you only had the consant c? Two variables in one equation won't give you just one answer mate.
I'd rather say that the formula is not just for converting the difference in mass to energy, or the difference in energy to mass, but rather for calculating how much energy any mass is (as the forumla says, mass IS energy). And if you use E^2=(mc^2)^2 + (pc)^2 you will have the total energy for any chosen thing (massless particles like photons will thus have the energy of (pc)^2).
if you solve E=mc^2 to E, you solve for E, hence you solve it. that means E=mc^2. (doh)
If you solve it to the mass m, it becomes E/c^2..
And if you don't know the speed of the light in some form of substance, you solve for c, and it becomes (sqrt(m*E))/m, og -(sqrt(m*E))/m.
He found c, by looking at the energi, and mass of some form of object, in vacuum, and then found the speed of light in vacuum. That means, yes, Einstein calculated the speed of light.
Did i even mention that i only needed c to solve that formula? I cant even find the place where you think i did?
The rest you says, i dont know why you do, but k then.
he was a theoretical physicist, not a mathematician.
And i didn't just mean his E=mc^2. i meant that as an example, 'cause he made many many more formulas, and hypoteses, E=mc^2 is just his most mentioned one.