Author Topic: Sucking the joy out of walking  (Read 1468 times)

WhitstableDave

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Re: Sucking the joy out of walking
« Reply #45 on: 10:18:59, 14/07/20 »
I thought the topic was about sucking the joy out of walking and I guessed that discussing energy expenditure per hour would probably do the trick.  :(

I even tried to discuss why beetles cross roads perpendicularly, but that went down like a lead balloon too.  :(

Oh well, back to the treadmill...  8)


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Re: Sucking the joy out of walking
« Reply #46 on: 10:37:44, 14/07/20 »
I found the perpendicular crossing beetles quite an interesting point. I had never thought about that before.


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GinAndPlatonic

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Re: Sucking the joy out of walking
« Reply #47 on: 11:45:46, 14/07/20 »
I found the perpendicular crossing beetles quite an interesting point. I had never thought about that before.



It is rare to see four beetles in a row too ....well spotted that man .!!

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Re: Sucking the joy out of walking
« Reply #48 on: 13:35:50, 14/07/20 »
It is rare to see four beetles in a row too ....well spotted that man .!!


There is only one Beetle in that picture. The White one. On the left.  ;)

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Re: Sucking the joy out of walking
« Reply #49 on: 13:41:08, 14/07/20 »

There is only one Beetle in that picture. The White one. On the left.  ;)
Five beetles then. Four in a row and one gone awol . :o

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Re: Sucking the joy out of walking
« Reply #50 on: 08:07:50, 18/07/20 »
F = 0


F = ma


F(a) = -F(b)


Newton had it near enough sorted well before 'O'Levels.


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