1. Guest
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On 2002-04-06 21:04, GrapesOfWrath wrote:
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1:5:05 A.M. April 7, 2002 Math hour? (y-k)^2=4p(x-h) ?
2:So? theres no connections at this time today so i'll
3:do the book[calculus.HYDE] THING? Ch 10 "CONICS"
4:#9 Find the vertex, focus,and directrix of the
5:PARABOLA y^2=-6x ? (y-0)^2=4(-3//2)(x-0) THUS
6:K=0,H=0,P=-3/2 ..| VERTEX,(h,k)0,0)
7:FOCUS (h+p,k): (-3/2,0) & directrix (x=h-p): x=3/2

2. Guest
April 7, 2002 6:38 A.M. ?
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Orbit vs trajectory:
Send bugs and comments to gnuplot> set term dumb
gnuplot> set term vgalib Terminal type set to 'dumb'
Terminal type set to 'vgalib' gnuplot> f(x)= (x**2)/-6
gnuplot> f(x)=(-6*x)**.5 0 ++-+--+-+-*********-+-+--+-++
plot f(x) -4 ++ + +****+ + +****+ + ++
this approach yealded the -6 ++ *** : f(x)*****++
proper orentation, but -10 ++ *** : *** ++
less than half of the curve -12 +*** : ***+
and their4 was abandon for -16 ** + + + + + + + + + **
the plot over there -18 *+-+--+-+--+--+--+--+-+--+-+*
on the RIGHT ====> -10 -8 -6-4 -2 0 2 4 6 8 10
</pre> 6:39 A.M.
listen? you've valid points, i don't know
maybe the moon will leave Earth for all I know
or maybe it will stay in orbit e9,e9 Yr .. its just i believe it returns and GeoSoon2 & i work on that kind of proof {not that it maters} 6:42 A.M.

3. On 2002-04-07 08:51, HUb' wrote:
its just i believe it returns
Yep, it returns every 29 days.

4. Guest
On 2002-04-07 18:31, GrapesOfWrath wrote:
On 2002-04-07 08:51, HUb' wrote:
its just i believe it returns
Yep, it returns every 29 days.
plenty FUNny ? i `poise 1:19 A.M. PST
:"NOTICE": i'll be leaving this 386/20 on Standard Time so my time ticks will reflect that? wherevver they are

5. Guest
On 2002-04-07 18:31, GrapesOfWrath wrote:
On 2002-04-07 08:51, HUb' wrote:
its just i believe it returns
Yep, it returns every 29 days.
plenty FUNny ? i `poise 1:19 A.M. PST
:"NOTICE": i'll be leaving this 386/20 on Standard Time so my time ticks will reflect that? wherevver they are

6. HUb,

I grant you this. You are right when you state that a lot of moeny can be made from a lie. Just look at Slick Willie and Monica Lewinsky. Better yet, people spend a lot of money for the lies of Bill Kaysing and Bart Siedel.

7. Guest
<a name="20020411.2:58"> page 20020411.2:58 aka PST
On 2002-04-10 21:43, jrkeller wrote: To: PST
HUb,

I grant you this. You are right when you state that a lot of moeny can be made from a lie. Just look at Slick Willie and Monica Lewinsky. Better yet, people spend a lot of money for the lies of Bill Kaysing and Bart Siedel.

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HUb' 2:58 A.M. PST so my main lie till winter
will be the TIME OF DAY as this 386/20 will be on PST in97209zip= PDT {go Alaska}

8. Guest
<a name="2-11-21.25"> page 2-11-21.25 aka dreged from page 25
On 2002-04-11 05:09, HUb' wrote: To, HUb'
well listen? I did tune in NPR {540AM}
earily and listened closely as there was
QUITE A LOT OF Zapps {caused by Leonides}
{{anyway thts my guess}} however in the time frame
when the debait was {supposidly aired}
it was A.Gore {political commentary}?
Sure its possible that I had the wrong
TIME FRAME ,maybe even the wrong NPR;
but I doubt eithor of those as the
"REALISTIC" case.. My guess I was Listening
to the right Channel & at the right Time { & was only getting the LEFTs Message} A.G. (BWUW)

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