« Last post by starnado on Today at 02:21:08 PM »
I got a reply to my one email. Evan replied. I was very pleased.
I do both Aerobic and lifting. At my age the loss in muscle mass will be an issue and it helps in life to be able to lift heavy things. Since I've been doing dead lifts I have noticed that lifting stuff off the ground in everyday life is easier.
Also, as it turns out, complaining about its indecency:That's interesting. From what I know it has not been completely established that the Romans and the ancient Chinese knew of each others' existence (though they probably did).I thought it had been, mostly because the historian they had talking about this on the radio, mentioned that they knew the two empires knew of each other as there are Roman writings complaining about the cost of Chinese silk.
I can see clothes of silk, if materials that do not hide the body, nor even one's decency, can be called clothes... Wretched flocks of maids labour so that the adulteress may be visible through her thin dress, so that her husband has no more acquaintance than any outsider or foreigner with his wife's body.
Reading a bunch of articles that you found on your own and found interesting is very different from being directed to a bunch all at one with no indication of precisely what sort of information each might have. It's the same reason people who read a lot for pleasure might skip or procrastinate assigned reading in school.Wow, I'm not THAT interested. Can you pick one that best addresses the risk of ketoacidosis and I'll read that.
Hmm... I don't have Diabetes (I or II) and I read all of those and a few others that weren't as good or repetitive. Why am I THAT interested?
My question is simply about relative speed. Maybe mine can be a primerI've definitely got two questions I want to send in for their "Special Project" (one about relative speed and the expansion of the universe, and the other about DNA encoding).
Interestingly, the one question I really want to ask is also about relative speed and the expansion of the universe.
Eta: as I understand it, though, velocity is embedded within spacetime which is what is expanding, so the speed and expansion wouldn't be cumulative if that's what you're about