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soccer12345
2003-Nov-13, 05:23 AM
could anyone tell me some stuff about spagettification its for a report :(

soccer12345
2003-Nov-13, 05:38 AM
please help me please

soccer12345
2003-Nov-13, 05:45 AM
please pretty please help me

Menikmati
2003-Nov-13, 05:47 AM
Want to hear a secret? The way you learn is by doing it on your own...don't give up and ask other people. If were to get a good grade ask this..is it your grade or they're grade? Sorry bud =\.

soccer12345
2003-Nov-13, 05:59 AM
sorry i offended you so bad

soccer12345
2003-Nov-13, 06:04 AM
how would you diagram spagettification

DippyHippy
2003-Nov-13, 06:21 AM
Soccer, if you haven't already, you need to search online for websites and pages that might be able to provide some info for you.

Obviously you're more than welcome to post a question about it here, but I think you've left it a bit late and you need to be patient. You only started this topic an hour ago and fifteen minutes later you were apparently wondering why no one had replied. And let's be honest, although there are a number of members who really know their stuff here and who know things I can only dream of understanding, this isn't a purely scientific forum so you might not get a reply that gives the detail you're looking for.

With that in mind, I can only recommend that you word your questions clearly and that you be patient - help us help you.

Good luck! :)

Josh
2003-Nov-13, 08:04 AM
You know ... spaghettification isn't the simplist of physics theories ... if you are studying stuff like this then you must have easy access to the kinowledge base anyway. So ... I generally get about $40/hr to tutor undergraduate university students ... if you paypal me we'll talk. ;)

Matthew
2003-Nov-13, 08:33 AM
You know a simple search gives you a heap of informations. Try Google (http://www.google.com). But for some help try http://cosmology.berkeley.edu/Education/BHfaq.html. But like Josh said, studying the physics of black holes, which you need to understand to understand spagettification.

jkmccrann
2005-Dec-01, 08:50 AM
And of course, for anyone else out there, you can always try the Wikipedia.

Wiki Spaghettification (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spaghettification)

Faultline
2005-Dec-01, 07:36 PM
Glad someone decided to start a thread on the conversion of non-believers into Pastafarians!

:lol:

Elyk
2005-Dec-01, 07:46 PM
Here's the answer: click. (http://www.google.com)

Elyk
2005-Dec-01, 07:46 PM
Double post -sorry-

Tensor
2005-Dec-01, 08:21 PM
Glad someone decided to start a thread on the conversion of non-believers into Pastafarians!

:lol:

I was so tempted to link to the FSM site, but figured it would have caused some confusion. :)

Faultline
2005-Dec-01, 08:47 PM
I was so tempted to link to the FSM site, but figured it would have caused some confusion. :)

Good to hear that you have been touched!

Has soccer12345 been touched by His noodly appendage?

Ken G
2005-Dec-01, 08:54 PM
My advice, soccer12345, is to do some research from the links above and do some thinking on your own. Then if you formulate a specific question that the resources don't answer, you can try posting that here. You'll stimulate a lot more interest here, and in your report, if you have a specific question that is worth pondering.

Elyk
2005-Dec-01, 11:14 PM
Hah, FSM is awesome. I love that site.

aurora
2005-Dec-02, 12:06 AM
My advice, soccer12345, is to do some research from the links above and do some thinking on your own.

Soccer12345 last posted here two years ago, so it is unlikely that your response will be read.

And for jkmccrann, I expect that Wiki didn't exist in it's current form in November of 2003.

Ken G
2005-Dec-02, 01:36 AM
Good point aurora, I failed to notice that this was a resuscitated thread! Not a terribly interesting one to dredge up, either. jkmccrann strikes again.