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brush up on youy physics

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by supersize75k5, Dec 21, 2005.

  1. supersize75k5

    supersize75k5 OrganDonorRacing.com

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    What in the sam hell :)
     
  3. supersize75k5

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    ok,

    since i have the plumming guy's attention,


    um there is water dripping from above and im not talking about rain, or when someone spits from a 2 story water..

    im talkin about the kind that makes my garage wet and gives it that musty smell...it comming from above dammit! Now I pondered why this could be, such answers like condensation from my head boiling over when I think about whats left on the hot rod truck, or things such as the amount of air my fan pushes, along with our dry heat and a low pressure from the south could be creating a small weather system in my garage?

    but the peril of that is that water, must come from somewhere, and for it to be evaperated it must have been sitting in a liquid state first first..

    now I looked on the map and didn't see any liquid states but when I checked my radiator it was low.. somehow the secret state of liquid unified its people and evaperated my coolant..

    now the next problem is the drywall,

    I did a quick math formula, we'll call it drywall absourbtion 324squared, by taking the square feet of my garage, then factoring the thickness of the drywall, the amount of drywall tape used and then subtract the 5-6 mills of paint and the amount of verticle wall surface..and I get 20ftx20ft x1/2 inch..

    the only think im not factoring is the amount of surface area all of the drywall screws are taking up? think is matters?

    then..once I had this all written down I went to take a shower because all the measuring on the floor witha 1 foot ruller got me mighty dirty..

    so I took a shower and when I returned the condensation had appeared and flooded my garage in record time!

    I figure, the movement above the garage of water must provide or translate some kintic energy into the water molecules in my radiator and speed them up!

    amazing!


    or it could be that pipe under the shower, I forgot it leaks..
     
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    It is far too early for this.:what:
     
  5. supersize75k5

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    ok its later now
     
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    Yes the plane would take off

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    no it wont the drag created by the water would slow it down
     

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