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Which Valentine's Tektek do you like best? Entries in post 9!

Evelin333 0.14705882352941 14.7% [ 5 ]
Keihakujou 0.17647058823529 17.6% [ 6 ]
CatFireFlame-___- 0.088235294117647 8.8% [ 3 ]
Lnk1001 0.029411764705882 2.9% [ 1 ]
ePinayCutiePie 0 0.0% [ 0 ]
Abject_Muse 0.35294117647059 35.3% [ 12 ]
PurpleLovr 0.088235294117647 8.8% [ 3 ]
I_LOVE_PURPLE777 0.058823529411765 5.9% [ 2 ]
Puppylove713 0.058823529411765 5.9% [ 2 ]
Total Votes:[ 34 ]
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I'm amazed at how little homework my teachers assign, given that I'm a senior taking 3 AP classes. Physics and statistics can be done together if I have a free before them, chemistry doesn't have homework other than not-quite-weekly lab reports, English has not-quite-weekly essays, and Latin only has translations I've already done.

That's nothing compared to college.
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I'm amazed at how little homework my teachers assign, given that I'm a senior taking 3 AP classes. Physics and statistics can be done together if I have a free before them, chemistry doesn't have homework other than not-quite-weekly lab reports, English has not-quite-weekly essays, and Latin only has translations I've already done.

That's nothing compared to college.
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Case Western Reserve University.

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I'm amazed at how little homework my teachers assign, given that I'm a senior taking 3 AP classes. Physics and statistics can be done together if I have a free before them, chemistry doesn't have homework other than not-quite-weekly lab reports, English has not-quite-weekly essays, and Latin only has translations I've already done.

That's nothing compared to college.
Where do you go to college? 2-1

Case Western Reserve University.
Nice! I was actually researching the Michelson-Morley experiment a few days ago, and now wikipedia tells me it was done at Case Western Reserve University. 2-2
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I'm amazed at how little homework my teachers assign, given that I'm a senior taking 3 AP classes. Physics and statistics can be done together if I have a free before them, chemistry doesn't have homework other than not-quite-weekly lab reports, English has not-quite-weekly essays, and Latin only has translations I've already done.

That's nothing compared to college.
Where do you go to college? 2-1

Case Western Reserve University.
Nice! I was actually researching the Michelson-Morley experiment a few days ago, and now wikipedia tells me it was done at Case Western Reserve University. 2-2

Really? Cool. I'm not sure what that experiment was, but it sounds impressive. biggrin

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I'm amazed at how little homework my teachers assign, given that I'm a senior taking 3 AP classes. Physics and statistics can be done together if I have a free before them, chemistry doesn't have homework other than not-quite-weekly lab reports, English has not-quite-weekly essays, and Latin only has translations I've already done.

That's nothing compared to college.
Where do you go to college? 2-1

Case Western Reserve University.
Nice! I was actually researching the Michelson-Morley experiment a few days ago, and now wikipedia tells me it was done at Case Western Reserve University. 2-2

Really? Cool. I'm not sure what that experiment was, but it sounds impressive. biggrin
*Prepares to fail at explaining experiment*
It was an experiment to see if the speed of light was constant. People knew (thought) that light was waves. They wondered what the waves went through. If you drop a pebble in a pond, the waves go through water, so perhaps if you light a candle, the light waves go through the Æther. But what happens if you drop a pebble in a river instead of a pond? There are still waves, but the waves are relative to the river, and not to you. The waves going with the flow of the river will move faster (relative to you) than the ones going against the river. Could this happen with light? Does the Æther flow? To test this, Michelson and Morley measured the speed of light twice (well, probably many times, but 2 makes it simpler). The two times were 6 months apart, so the Earth would be moving in opposite directions. Both times, they got the same result, so they concluded that there is no Æther breeze. 2-3
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Case Western Reserve University.
Nice! I was actually researching the Michelson-Morley experiment a few days ago, and now wikipedia tells me it was done at Case Western Reserve University. 2-2

Really? Cool. I'm not sure what that experiment was, but it sounds impressive. biggrin
*Prepares to fail at explaining experiment*
It was an experiment to see if the speed of light was constant. People knew (thought) that light was waves. They wondered what the waves went through. If you drop a pebble in a pond, the waves go through water, so perhaps if you light a candle, the light waves go through the Æther. But what happens if you drop a pebble in a river instead of a pond? There are still waves, but the waves are relative to the river, and not to you. The waves going with the flow of the river will move faster (relative to you) than the ones going against the river. Could this happen with light? Does the Æther flow? To test this, Michelson and Morley measured the speed of light twice (well, probably many times, but 2 makes it simpler). The two times were 6 months apart, so the Earth would be moving in opposite directions. Both times, they got the same result, so they concluded that there is no Æther breeze. 2-3

So speed of light remains constant.

Interesting experiment. smile

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Nice! I was actually researching the Michelson-Morley experiment a few days ago, and now wikipedia tells me it was done at Case Western Reserve University. 2-2

Really? Cool. I'm not sure what that experiment was, but it sounds impressive. biggrin
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It was an experiment to see if the speed of light was constant. People knew (thought) that light was waves. They wondered what the waves went through. If you drop a pebble in a pond, the waves go through water, so perhaps if you light a candle, the light waves go through the Æther. But what happens if you drop a pebble in a river instead of a pond? There are still waves, but the waves are relative to the river, and not to you. The waves going with the flow of the river will move faster (relative to you) than the ones going against the river. Could this happen with light? Does the Æther flow? To test this, Michelson and Morley measured the speed of light twice (well, probably many times, but 2 makes it simpler). The two times were 6 months apart, so the Earth would be moving in opposite directions. Both times, they got the same result, so they concluded that there is no Æther breeze. 2-3

So speed of light remains constant.

Interesting experiment. smile
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Hello! Having a good cupiding? 3-1
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Hello! Having a good cupiding? 3-1

Yeah. Mostly downloading music right now though xd
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