Ever since the development of color television broadcasting, physicists have ceased generating any useful information, and are, instead, becoming more and more like Mullahs and Priests.

They have developed theories (mostly mathematical equations) to explain and predict natural occurances. But sometimes, they take the math, and completely abandon logic and common sense, to propose outlandish theories that five-year-olds find bizarre. For example, we have….

-Big Bang Theory

-Parallel Universes

-Wormholes for Time Travel

This bullshit is great fodder for TV, but is obviously totally irrational. How can these otherwise seemingly intelligent people make such incredible blunders in logic? I have the answer. The trouble is a reliance on mathematics. Math can be sometimes worse than the church, and Physicists worship math like Hillbillies worship Rattlesnakes.

To prove my point, I present the following, each step being learned in a high-school math class:

Start with the equation: 1 = 1

Now multiply both sides by -1 and get -1 = -1

which can be expressed as -1/1 = 1/-1

now take the square root of both sides Sqrt (-1/1) = Sqrt(1/-1)

Which can be re-written as Sqrt(-1)/ Sqrt(1) = Sqrt(1)/Sqrt(-1)

Now, if we multiply both sides by Sqrt(-1)

Sqrt(-1)* Sqrt(-1)/Sqrt(1) = Sqrt (-1) * Sqrt (1)/ Sqrt(-1)

Which results in the conclusion that -1/Sqrt(1) = Sqrt (1)

or, as the Physicists will point out

-1 = 1

Because of this, I still use my calculator, but I have my doubts about the Big Bang, Wormholes, or anything else that involves imaginary numbers.

Math can screw with your common sense.............. I figure that is why BOB did not get a ring last Sunday, Iowa has PSU's number, and Northwestern crushes Iowa with uncanny regularity.

From The Whitehole! ( the mathematical inverse of you know what)

Joe from Boalsburg

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