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bio website delphicodemonkey.blogspot.com
location Toronto, Canada
age 44
visits member for 3 years, 3 months
seen Oct 4 at 20:26

Software Developer:

  • Delphi/ObjectPascal (A Wizard. And modest too.)
  • C (Master Level. That's one below wizard.)
  • Python (Quite Good. A level or so below master.)
  • C++ (Good for 1995, Out of Date in 2011. Somewhat less than a master.)
  • ObjectiveC/Cocoa (Getting better and better, but nowhere near good yet.)
  • Smalltalk (Incompetent, but I keep learning.)
  • Embedded Systems, and cross-platform stuff (Windows, Linux, Mac OS X)

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Oct
4
comment Why do we use kilograms instead of newtons to measure weight in everyday life?
Just an old way of using the word weigh to mean lift.
Oct
4
comment Why do we use kilograms instead of newtons to measure weight in everyday life?
Weigh Anchor....
Sep
5
comment How can I explain the scientific basis of the constant speed of light to a $c$-decay proponent?
That's a fantastic piece of science!
May
3
comment How do whisky stones keep your drink cold?
They would get in your mouth. You want something heavier than water by a good amount.
Aug
3
awarded  Scholar
Aug
3
comment How can I explain the scientific basis of the constant speed of light to a $c$-decay proponent?
@Frederic: Okay, I thought it would cause such a visible artifact, but wasn't sure because I wondered about an equal but opposite relative effect.
Aug
3
accepted How can I explain the scientific basis of the constant speed of light to a $c$-decay proponent?
Jul
28
awarded  Supporter
Jul
28
comment How can I explain the scientific basis of the constant speed of light to a $c$-decay proponent?
So if C-Decay believes in a logarithmic C-decay that can explain a star being visible to us that is 16K light years away, but the universe is only 6-7k years old; then I believe they posit a logarithmic decay, not a magic linear decay to the current constant c, then this can be discounted utterly, and with certainty, even on the basis of only the last 100 years of accurate measured data, correct, because we have not a slight decay only visible on high precision instruments, but really no confirmable change-over-time in the last say 100 years?
Jul
26
awarded  Student
Jul
26
awarded  Editor
Jul
26
revised How can I explain the scientific basis of the constant speed of light to a $c$-decay proponent?
added 55 characters in body
Jul
26
asked How can I explain the scientific basis of the constant speed of light to a $c$-decay proponent?
Jul
26
awarded  Autobiographer