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The moon's shape in general is a spheroid, which I am saying is a shape replicated very often in the known universe due to the way physics works and how the types of materials the moon is made from cool from molten to solid state.

The moon's exact shape is an imperfect spheroid. For something to exactly, in every way, shape and form, be the same would be skeptical or artificial. Nobody has claimed that though.

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The numbers in question are the Moons numerical characteristics. Nothing has been "made up".

You people and your guns, why not hang himself? guns cost a lot of money. Rope is cheap, and you can claim aliens did it.

did you see my bird gif

because when you chatlog this thread you can just post that

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There are 366 rotations in an Earth year.

There are 366 megalithic yards in 1mg second of arc of the Earth

366% is the percentage size of the Moon to the earth.

The moon is still a goddamn spheroid which pops up in every planet observed to this point

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thatedit: oh Christ he subscribes to 366-degree geometry too

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the outermost function here is e^[something]

we can derive e^[something] with respect to that [something]

the derivative of that is e^[something]. But that isn't using chain rule yet. To end up with the whole thing being derived with respect to x, we have to multiply it by d[something]/d[x]

so we have

d(e^[something])/d[something] * d[something]/dx

if you look at it like multiplying fractions, the d[something]s cancel and you're left with d(e^[something])/dx!

anyway,

d(e^[5x^2 + 7x - 13])/d[5x^2 + 7x - 13] * d[5x^2 + 7x - 13]/dx

is

e^[5x^2 + 7x - 13] * (d[5x^2 - 7x + 13]/d[x])

so that would be

e^[5x^2 + 7x - 13] * (10x - 7)

boy that looks messy. I could try drawing it maybe?

and if you add 20, a number with two (2) digits, you get

23

A

PRIME

NUMBER

Moon is a Devilegg

oh god

DEVILED EGGS

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Actually, there are 365.2422 rotations in an Earth year, so your math is off unless you don't believe in Leap Years.

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knewitSteam| D3:captaink#1674|3DS: 2466-1914-7679e-to unintentional

wow

that's really...amazing

that sure proves..something

I have 10 fingers

I have 10 toes

10 is also the number of the channel on my basic cable where this guy talks about how to make cheese.

Just because a number is associated with several things doesn't make them connected or significant.

my calculus teacher recommended using ridiculous variables to help keep things straight. I handed in a test where I substituted sin(x^2) with a crude drawing of a giraffe!

Just get all the fractions to cancel out to

d[original function]/dx and you're golden

I guess that should read Earth to Moon.

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400

the ratio of the size of the moon to that of the earth

1/400th

the number of times the Moon is closer to the earth than the sun

40,000

the number of megalithic yars in 1 Mg second of arc of the sun

40,000

the number of kiliometres the earth turns on its acis in a day

400

the number of kilometres the moon turns on its axis each day

400

the number of times the earth rotates faster than the Moon

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Steam| D3:captaink#1674|3DS: 2466-1914-7679Did you also know that 2a was the apartment number of the Son of Sam killer?

you're contradicting yourself

you just claimed the earth is 3.66 (or 366% if you will) the size of the moon

now you're claiming 400%

which the fuck is it?

hadn't you guys heard

Yes, but the percentage size is actually 367%, so the two cancel each other out. Check mate.

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Yeah come on dru, significant digits

Two can be as bad as one

It's the loneliest number since the number one

dru must be wearing astronaut pants

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would Stephen Hawking be able to take Ebert in a fight?

Hawking has the experience with the chair

but Ebert is, I think, the feistier of the pair