Why do the RWNJ only want blood to be spilled at every turn with diplomacy only relegated to pu zys.
Because other people will have to do the hard work not them.
When a climate scientist voices concern about future conditions he has perfect right to extrapolate the out of context isolated quip to mean a direct statement about exactly what all climate models predicted in their peer reviewed papers. Stretching rhetoric several miles there, when it suits him.
But Colin Powell warned boosh that if he invaded Iraq he would own it. Clearly he meant to indicate to the president the US would have to stay and clean up the mess or chaos would ensue. But in this case the mental midget hawcreek gets to play cheap word games and say he never said THE word "chaos" so na na I am right.
Just another example of how the RWNJ can believe in intuition in the offensive ( other meaning IS implied ) stance and concrete literal interpretation in the defensive.
Don't make me give you a math problem. You know your record of public failure in those questions.
Correct but the RWNJ counters that with spending huge piles of ongoing money and losing good soldiers every year we could have managed to hang on the place.
I still think that is what Colin Powell meant. It just isn't worth it.
Good I am glad you agree we need to let them stand on their own for a change.
What convinced you.
Then Europe should do something about their problems. How much are they paying you to pump for another needless war..
Dem oil and gun bois have their sights set on bigger yachts.
""The best powers in the history of the world, the most enduring were the truly lopsided powerful who were also benevolent""
Were they eventually felled by the enemies they threatened.
Is benevolent to include scouring the globe for resources and waging war to assure the sovereigns sell it to us at a good price.
western governments want it stable. Our oil money funds the wrong people who then enslave
their people who then turn into terrorists.
sorry but this is the actual truth.
Maybe we should intimidate every other country with a huge military and a boastful, bullying and reckless foreign policy and a willingness to sacrifice our young soldiers just to prove how crazy we are.
Does this sound like an intelligent foreign policy?
You have learned not to actually try to solve the problems from repeated embarrassing failures on your part so now you take the route of embarrassing yourself by trying to nitpick the question apart with nonsense logic and thereby suffer the less embarrassment.
It still is a complete win for me as you look like an idiot.
Well hawcreek pizzd down his leg again but that is expected.
Rational individuals with some math training would understand that the thermocouple system likely has a linear error function around the point of operation with the constant offset term being dominant.
Error = C + K*T
Obviously the constant offset term of the error is 15.
So the obvious answer would be that each temperature just needs 15 added to it for a much improved
estimate of the curing temperatures.
Any QA department would gladly accept this procedure as an improvement in the measurement process.
Extra credit. What could you do with another set of thermocouple and calibrator measurements at a different temperature in the range of usage.
Assurance is not the goal. The best estimate is.
So you could do nothing with the data to provide a better ( more likely closer to true ) value for the actual temperatures.
Actually there is a way, why don't you give it another think.. Or would you be incapable of proviiding improved temperature data based on the post calibration??
If so you would be more stupid than even I think you are.
A curing oven is filled with parts and going through its cycle. The thermocouple inside leads to a recording
device which registers the following temps as the oven changes its temperature to go through the pre programmed curing cycle.
hour 1 367
hour 2 410
hour 3 342
hour 4 215
hour 5 150
removed from oven.
After the run David the engunear is asked to test the thermocouple and its reading device against a highly accurate calibrator.
The thermocouple read 270 while the calibrator read 285.
Is David able to improve the measurements from the run so QA will have a better idea of the actual temperature conditions during the cure cycle.
ya trying to convince me or the board. If it's me you are wasting your time.
elderly and riding the downslope.
It really is a shame that he is so stupid or else he might do some good instead of just providing entertainment for those who visit the board.
No actually the best answer is to average the total readings from both passes.
If not please enlighten me by showing a BETTER methods and of course WHY it would be better.
BTW I did not outline any "premise" here. Where did you get the idea. Perhaps because this problem directly demonstrates your failure to understand averaging when applied to the sum over a domain.
Farmer David has a field he needs to get ready for growing his favorite crop. The crop needs adequate phosphorous to grow well so he would like the field to be in good shape all over.
Now the phosphorous varies quite a bit from spot to spot in the field so taking just a sample or two to determine how much to order isn't a very accurate method.
Instead he borrows Andrews GPS enabled real time phosphorous sampler and mounts it to his atv.
Then getting a six pack of beer and some pork rinds he drives all over that field drinkin and eatin while
his sampler stores the grams of phosphorous needed at all the fixed predetermined grid locations.
He does it again the next week after a rainy spell.
What is the best way for farmer David to use all the datapoints together to find out how much phosphorous to order for the field.
Oh yeah just to clear up an anticipated weasel point he does have a spreader that place varying amounts of fertilizer down according to a deficiency map.
I meant water height to be the column height of water from bottom to air at that point. yeah it coulda been better stated.