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Why Does E=mc²?
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"Cox misses a trick when he doesn't point out most of us are used to treating time as the third dimension when we drive on a road or walk on a sidewalk." May 11, 2016 08:13AM

 
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Count Jared is on page 71 of 264 of Why Does E=mc²?: Cox misses a trick when he doesn't point out most of us are used to treating time as the third dimension when we drive on a road or walk on a sidewalk.
Why Does E=mc²? by Brian Cox
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Count Jared is on page 64 of 264 of Why Does E=mc²?: Really enjoying the ride so far. While it starts off fairly elementary (already knew how Pythagoras' theorem worked) it's filling in gaps in my understanding of Special Relativity (why did Michelson and Morley eliminate the ether from the "known" universe?)
Why Does E=mc²? by Brian Cox
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“You must find a place on a woman's body and live there.
In the dark, the noise far away, Sam ran his hands over Calliope's body and the world of work and worry seemed to move away. He found two depressions at the bottom of her back where sunlight collected, and he lived there, out of the wind and noise. He grew old there, died and ascended to the Great Spirit, found heaven in her cheek on his chest, the warm wind of her breath across his stomach carried sweet grass and sage, and... In another lifetime he had lived on the soft skin under her right breast, his lips riding light over the ridge and valley of every rib, shuffling through downy, dew damp hairs like a child dancing through autumn leaves. In the mountain of her breast, he fasted at the medicine wheel of her aureole, received a vision that he and she were steam people, mingled wet with no skin seperating them. And there he lived, happy. She followed, traveled, lived with him and in him as he was in her. They lived lifetimes and slept and dreamed together. It was swell.”
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“So we shall let the reader answer this question for himself: who is the happier man, he who has braved the storm of life and lived or he who has stayed securely on shore and merely existed?”
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“Stop," I said. "Please do not further endorken yourself to me. You have great hair and a car that is most fly, and you have just saved me with your mad ninja driving skills, so do not sully your heroic hottie image in my mind by further reciting your nerdy scholastic agenda. Don't tell me what you're studying, Steve, tell me what's in your soul. What haunts you?"
And he was like, "Dude, you need to cut back on the caffeine.”
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Then --?'
'We believed your two hundred dollars.'
'You mean --' She seemed not to know what he meant.
'I mean that you paid us more than if you'd been telling the truth,' he explained blandly, 'and enough more to make it all right.”
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