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Are you going to share with us anything of practical use you have learned in your studies?

No! It isn't time. The more I leap forward the farther behind I feel! I could explain a bunch of bullshit yet, my questions do not equate to answers. Give me a break! This is sheer frustration! I am surrounded by really smart good people. Today I learned that the energy passes through the electric material and is controlled through the dielectric material. Yet, the opposite is also true! SHIT! God damned baby steps "to boldly go where no man has gone before!"

When I do fly: I am highly motivated to do so. There are people depending on me to succeed! Yet, I will not fail! I am sooo close! Yet, so far away. It is solvable and I will solve it. It is simple in its complexity like fractal geometry. Yet, as simplex as simple observation. Yet, the more I understand the simplicity of nature, the more complex she becomes! I am being led to this end and why makes no sense now except personal. 

I'm on a fucking mission from God!

Haipule, Atheistforums.org 7 Comments [8/12/2018 9:26:38 AM]
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Submitted By: SteveW

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Whatever it is you plan to do, it better be a task that requires no exclamation points. You've used your August quota and are overdrawn on September's.

8/12/2018 9:28:53 AM

Thinking Allowed

I'm on a fucking mission from God!

No, that was The Blues Brothers...and they drove.

8/12/2018 11:04:37 AM


@Thinking Allowed

I was just about to ask if he was getting the band back together...

8/12/2018 11:22:48 AM

And let me guess. You have half a pack of cigarettes and a full tank of gas

8/12/2018 11:30:23 AM


It's dark, and we're wearing sunglasses....hit it.

8/12/2018 11:47:16 AM


I'm on a fucking mission from God!

...and Jake & Elwood succeeded. Your point?

8/12/2018 1:42:34 PM

Doubting Thomas

Yeah, you might succeed if you actually learn what it means when "energy passes through the electric material and is controlled through the dielectric material." I think you're talking about semiconductors, but what you said really makes no sense. Until you can explain it clearly, you haven't really learned it.

8/13/2018 7:26:43 AM

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