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Albert Tremblay
Shambhalian Refugee, Automotive Technician, youngest of five.
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Hi Dad, I think you made a good point in your comment to my post. link :

I decided to start a new thread so that we could concentrate on this topic. You were discussing tacking a new topic onto the end of a paragraph. It was a shitty move on my part and I want to work it out.

Why did I do it? It was the distraction that I wanted to share after I felt I was finished with the previous discussion. I could have omitted it entirely. That would allow for more attention to be put on the original discussion. Or if I felt it was worth a new discussion I could have made a new paragraph about it.

It distracts from the reset of the content. It also was put in a way that did not allow it to be focused on properly.

I felt I wanted to end my reply, but the thought about something I wanted to share came into my head. I did not want to go further into a new topic, with the effort to do it properly. Doing it half ass no only did not add anything useful, but it totally distracted from what was already there.

Kind of like spark plugs. You might do it for some preventive maintenance but if you do it wrong it not only fails at it's intended goal, but it destroys what was already there. The goal may have been modest but it caused more harm than if it was not done at all.

hope you have a great day
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How fast am I traveling through space?

How fast are you going?

What is the speed of the surface of the earth through space?

"Consider the movement of the earth's surface with respect to the planet's center. The earth rotates once every 23 hours, 56 minutes and 4.09053 seconds, called the sidereal period, and its circumference is roughly 40,075 kilometers. Thus, the surface of the earth at the equator moves at a speed of 460 meters per second--or roughly 1,000 miles per hour.


100 mph = 1609.344 km/h: The planet's surface spinning around it's center.

"The Earth revolves around the Sun at a speed of about 18.5 miles/sec (30 km/sec"

30 x 60 = 900 km/h. The earth rotating around the Sun.

That brings us to 2509.344 km/h

"The solar system travels at an average speed of 515,000 mph (828,000 km/h). "

"...the earth is moving about our sun in a very nearly circular orbit. It covers this route at a speed of nearly 30 kilometers per second, or 67,000 miles per hour. In addition, our solar system--Earth and all--whirls around the center of our galaxy at some 220 kilometers per second, or 490,000 miles per hour."

ok getting faster. 107826.05 km/h is the speed the earth goes around the sun? Thats crazy fast.
107826.05 km/h + 2509.344 km/h = 110335.394 km/h

Add that to the speed of our solar system through the galaxy.

490,000 miles per hour or 788578.56 km/h.

for a total of 898913.954 km/h

getting dizzy yet?

The last but not least the speed of the galaxy through the universe.

"how fast is the Milky Way Galaxy moving? The speed turns out to be an astounding 1.3 million miles per hour (2.1 million km/hr)!"

21000000 + 898913.954 = 21898913.954 km/h

Then you can add your speed on the surface of earth.

I am not sure if you can add on orbit around the earth.

But you can, those astronauts would be traveling at:

39897.2471 km/h + 21898913.954 km/h = 21938811.2011 km/h.

"When it comes to vehicles built for space travel, the speed record is staggering. Upon re-entry to the Earth's atmosphere on May 26, 1969, the Apollo 10 Lunar Module reached speeds of 24,791 miles per hour."

Now I don't know if one of of these velocities cancel each other out.
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"If you knew that every breath you took could save hundreds of lives into the future had you walked down this path of knowledge, would you run down that path of knowledge as fast as you could?"

"Biodiversity is bio-security."

"...experiments investigated delivery systems and mechanisms of action of Metarhizium spp. (a species of entomopathogenic fungi) to control populations of Varroa destructor mites, considered to be a major contributor to Colony Collapse. These fungi parasitize Varroa mites, greatly reducing them as a threat. (While bees can be susceptible to Metarhizium, because they are meticulous groomers, they easily wipe away the Metarhizium spores, thus avoiding infection.) Unfortunately, current mite controls often focus on chemical treatment..."
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low rank hearthstone fun.
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"Oh really?  There's 500 million in provable food stamp fraud going to poor people how bout the 8.5 TRILLION the pentagon can't account for?"
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Can you find the level of difficulty in this? #independant   #hiphop  
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