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Why are the number 360 and 180 replaced with a 0 on all protractor?




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  • NomenclatureNomenclature 805 Pts   -  
    @John_C_87

    The perfect conspiracy is that that the original moon landing was faked. It wasn't faked of course, and we've been back there five times since, but on paper it was the perfect opportunity for a conspiracy. There was motive, means and a lot of reputations were on the line.
  • Are the most well know conspiracies also the most perfect?

  • jackjack 135 Pts   -  
    John_C_87 said:

    Why are the number 360 and 180 replaced with a 0 on all protractor?

    Hello John:

    For the same reason 10 has a zero...  Nobody knows the answer...

    excon
  • @jack
    For the same reason 10 has a zero...  Nobody knows the answer...
    lol.....
    I didn't ask why there is a zero in the number 360 or 180 I pointed out the protractor switches the numbers 360 or 180 out for the number zero. There are 360 degrees in all cirlce and no zero...
  • NomenclatureNomenclature 805 Pts   -  
    @jack
    For the same reason 10 has a zero...  Nobody knows the answer...

    Isn't the answer very simple? If 10 didn't have a zero it would be a 1.

  • jackjack 135 Pts   -  
    @jack
    For the same reason 10 has a zero...

    Isn't the answer very simple? If 10 didn't have a zero it would be a 1.

    Hello N:

    Nahh..  If you took zero away from 10, it's still 10.

    excon
    Nomenclature
  • NomenclatureNomenclature 805 Pts   -  
    @jack
    Nahh..  If you took zero away from 10, it's still 10.

    What is the actual point of you, excon?

    I didn't say you should subtract zero from 10. I said if you removed the zero from the symbol you'd have a 1.

    Christ.

  • jackjack 135 Pts   -   edited January 18
    @jack

    I didn't say you should subtract zero from 10. I said if you removed the zero..


    Hello N:

    Subtract - remove - taken away..  What's the diff??

    Christ!

    excon
    Nomenclature
  • NomenclatureNomenclature 805 Pts   -  
    @jack
    Subtract - remove - taken away..  What's the diff??

    The difference is that you take the zero away from the linguistic symbol representing the value 10, not from the numerical value of 10.

    I truly don't understand why someone as dumb as you uses debate sites. Are you maybe just lonely? I distinctly remember 10 year old kids running up to me when I was back in middle school, and with a mile wide grin on their faces they'd demand I give them the answer to one add one. Confused, when I'd tell them, "Well, it's two, obviously", they'd scream with laughter and say, "No DUMMY! It's 11", then run away to the playground to play Batman.

    Debate is not something you even understand the meaning of.

  • jackjack 135 Pts   -  
    @jack
    Subtract - remove - taken away..  What's the diff??

    The difference is that you take the zero away from the linguistic symbol representing the value 10, not from the numerical value of 10.

    Hello again,

    Riiiight..  That's exactly what it is.. 

    Look.  If you don't know, you coulda said so instead of spewing out nonsensical claptrap..

    Bwa ha ha ha ha

    excon
  • @jack

    Pick you own perfect conspiracy.

    Mine is that natural numbers do not have zero.
    What is taking place is the protractor is just not held as natural numbers.
    Neither is the clock actually.

  • @jack
    For the same reason 10 has a zero...  Nobody knows the answer...

    Isn't the answer very simple? If 10 didn't have a zero it would be a 1.


    There are 10 kinds of people in this world. Those that understand binary and those that don't.



  • BoganBogan 266 Pts   -  

    The most dangerous conspiracy endangering the continued existence of the white, western world is the current religious dogma that all ethnic stocks are equal, and that inequalities of outcomes between whites, Jews, and Asians on one hand, and dysfunctional minorities on the other, are caused by white racism.      Despite clear evidence to the contrary, all races have been declared to be equally moral, equally intelligent, and equally hard- working, and anyone who questions this dogma is thought to be not merely wrong, but intrinsically evil.

    This dogma has logical consequences that are profoundly important to the continued existence of western society.   If blacks, for example, are equal to Whites in every way, what accounts for their poverty, criminality, and dissipation? Since any theory of racial differences, even by respected scientists, has been effectively banned, outlawed, censored, or shouted down,  the only possible explanation left for black failure is White racism.     And since blacks in every country are markedly poor, welfare prone, crime-prone, and drug and alcohol dissipated, western societies all over the world must be racked with pervasive anti black racism.  Nothing else could be keeping them in such an abject state.   No other possible explanation can be considered. 

    All public discourse on race today is locked into this rigid logic. Any explanation for black failure that does not depend on White racism threatens to veer off into the verboten territory of racial differences. Thus, even if today's Whites can find in their hearts no desire to oppress blacks, yesterday's Whites must have oppressed them. If Whites do not consciously oppress blacks, they must oppress them unconsciously. If no obviously racist individuals can be identified, then societal institutions must be racist. Or, since blacks are failing so terribly in every western country that they are represented in, there simply must be millions of White people we do not even know about, who are working day and night to keep blacks in subjugation and misery. The dogma of racial equality leaves no room for an explanation of black failure that is not, in some fashion, a racist indictment of White people.

    The logical consequences of this are clear. Since we are required to believe that the only explanation for non-White failure is evil White racism, every time a non-White is poor, commits a crime, goes on welfare, or takes drugs, White society itself stands accused of yet another act of racism. All failure or misbehaviour by non-Whites is standing proof that White society is riddled with hatred and bigotry. For precisely so long as non-Whites fail to succeed in life at exactly the same level as Whites or Asians, Whites will be, by definition, thwarting and oppressing them.    The consequences of such muddled, idealistic thinking is in the surge in serious black crime in the USA, caused by no bail liberal district attorney's who really do think that black criminal behaviour is their own race's fault.

    Although some blacks and liberal Whites concede that non-Whites can, perhaps, be racist, they invariably add that non-Whites have been forced into it as self-defines because of centuries of White oppression. What appears to be non-White racism is so understandable and forgivable that it hardly deserves the name. Thus, whether or not an act is called "racism" depends on the race of the racist. What would surely be called racism when done by Whites is thought to be perfectly acceptable and understandable when done by anyone else.

    At election time, if 60 percent of the White voters in the USA vote for a White candidate, and 95 percent of the black voters vote for the black opponent, it is Whites who are accused of racial bias. There are 107 "historically black" colleges in the USA, whose fundamental blackness must be preserved in the name of diversity.    But all historically White colleges must be forcibly integrated in the name of... the same thing. To object would be racist.

    "Black pride" is said to be a wonderful and worthy thing, but anything that could be construed as an expression of White pride is a form of hatred. Black lives may matter, but saying that all lives matter might earn you either a physical or a verbal beating.  It is perfectly natural for third-world immigrants to expect school instruction and driver's tests in their own languages, whereas for Europeans to ask them to learn to do the test in the national language, is racist.

    Blatant anti-White prejudice, in the form of affirmative action, is now becoming the law of the land in many western countries.   Anything remotely like affirmative action, if practiced in favour of Whites, would be attacked as the most despicable form of white racism.

  • JulesKorngoldJulesKorngold 439 Pts   -  
    Argument Topic: Most Dangerous

    The most dangerous conspiracy theory is QAnon, which is a far-right conspiracy theory that posits the existence of a secretive cabal of Satan-worshipping, child-sex-trafficking Democrats who control world politics and finance. This theory has been linked to various forms of harassment and violence and has been denounced by experts as baseless and dangerous.

    To combat QAnon it's important to be critical of information and not blindly believe in something without proper evidence and seek out credible sources of information.
  • BoganBogan 266 Pts   -  
     @JulesKorngold ;
      In 1980, the Abscam sting by the FBI saw 30 Democrat congressmen, senators, and Mayors convicted for taking cash for influence peddling.    Only one republican was convicted.   Another republican was caught on tape telling the FBI that what they were proposing to him was illegal, and telling them to leave his office.     Conclusion?   Democrats are much more corrupt than Republicans.      The latest financial scandal by SAm Bankmann-Fried also points the finger at corrupt Democrat politicians    Bankman-Fried's political donations were almost exclusively towards Democrat politicians.   Obviously, he calculated that the best way to keep his illegal theft of other people's money going was to give some of it to Democrat politicians, who would give his scam political protection.  Next comes the scandal of the FBI's non investigation into Hunter Biden's laptop , and the obvious involvement of "the big  guy", President Biden's family wide influence peddling scheme.    Lastly comes the non publication of Jeffery Epstein's list of top level politicians and business people who sampled the delights of Epstein's island stable of under age girls.   

    I don't know who the Qanon people are, but they seem to have it nailed. 
  • JulesKorngoldJulesKorngold 439 Pts   -  
    Argument Topic: Republican Corruption

    @Bogan
    Just a sample:
    • In 2019, former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Mark Sanford, resigned as governor of South Carolina after he admitted to an extramarital affair.

    • In 2018, Former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Blake Farenthold, resigned from office after it was revealed that he had used $84,000 in taxpayer funds to settle a sexual harassment lawsuit brought against him by a former staffer.

    • In 2017, Former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Trent Franks, resigned from office after it was revealed that he had asked female staffers to serve as surrogates for him and his wife.

    • In 2016, Former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Scott Garrett, was defeated in his bid for re-election after it was revealed that he had made discriminatory remarks against gay and lesbian members of the Republican party.

    • In 2021, Former Republican Governor of Missouri Eric Greitens resigned from office and later pleaded guilty to a felony charge of computer tampering stemming from his use of a veterans charity's donor list for his political campaign.

    • In 2021, Former Republican Speaker of the House of Representatives, Dennis Hastert, was sentenced to 15 months in prison for violating banking laws in connection with a scheme to pay hush money to conceal past misconduct.

    • In 2019, Former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Michael Grimm, was sentenced to eight months in prison for tax fraud.

    • In 2018, Former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Randy "Duke" Cunningham, was sentenced to eight years and four months in prison for accepting bribes in exchange for steering government contracts to certain companies.

    • In 2017, Former Republican Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie, was investigated for his involvement in the "Bridgegate" scandal, in which members of his staff were found to have orchestrated lane closures on the George Washington Bridge as political retaliation.

    • In 2020, Former republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Duncan Hunter, pleaded guilty to misusing campaign funds for personal expenses.

    • In 2021, a former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Steve Stockman, was convicted of fraud and money laundering in connection with a scheme to misuse charitable donations for personal and campaign expenses.

    • In 2021, Former Republican member of the U.S. House of Representatives, Chris Collins, was sentenced to 26 months in prison for insider trading.

  • jackjack 135 Pts   -  
    What is the actual point of you, excon?
    Hello Jew hater:

    I'm here to DESTROY you, and I'm having a good time doing it..

    excon

    Nomenclature
  • NomenclatureNomenclature 805 Pts   -   edited January 19
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  • NomenclatureNomenclature 805 Pts   -   edited January 19
    @jack
    Hello Jew hater

    I don't hate Jews. Show me a single piece of evidence to support this intentional lie.

    This is a debate forum. It isn't a place for you to manufacture disgusting smear campaigns you pathetic lowlife coward. Nor is it a place for you to enact your sick fantasies about destroying people.

  • BoganBogan 266 Pts   -  
    @JulesKorngold

    Hi Jules, done your homework did you and you got 12 naughty Republicans?    But I would toss out 2.   "Extra marital affair" is only a big deal to you yanks.   President Mitterand had a wife, a mistress who bore him a daughter, and a pair of young "power dressed" yummies who were his "personal assistants, and who shared his hotel rooms with him when he travelled.   And the French media and the French public could not give a flying boise about it.   As for a politician making derogatory remarks about homosexuals, that would get him elected in a lot of electorates in Australia.  I would vote for him.   So, that leaves you with 10.

    I see your 10, and I raise you 41 Democrats, all of which were just convicted of bribery.    I did not bother going into other offences, just the really serious one of bribery.     

     Frederick W. Richmond     Fred Richmond    Frank Thompson   Frank Brasco  Frank Boykin    Daniel Brewster   Dan Rostenkowski   Dan Flood   Cornelius Gallagher    Charles Diggs  Carroll Hubbard  Bertram Podell   Sandy Berger   Rod Blagojevich  Andrew J. May  Alcee Hastings    Albert Bustamante   Thomas Norman Brooks   Wally Barron  William Boyland Jr.    William C. Brennan    Michael A. Brown  Monica Conyers   John Cowdery   Gloria Davis    John F. Dowd  Gordon Fox   David Friedland    Doug Green   Floyd LambRobert F. McPartlin  Ray Nagin   Ed Pawlowski   Fred Richmond  Donn M. Roberts  George Rogers   Ernest C. Stasiun   Steve Stenger  Eric Stevenson Ronald Waters  W. Carlton Weddington   William Willett Jr.
  • @Bogan
    We are all Republicans in America.
      Article IV
                                                                                                                     Article IV Explaine

    Section 4

    The United States shall guarantee to every State in this Union a Republican Form of Government, and shall protect each of them against Invasion; and on Application of the Legislature, or of the Executive (when the Legislature cannot be convened) against domestic Violence.


  • JulesKorngoldJulesKorngold 439 Pts   -  
    Argument Topic: More Republican Convictions Than Democrats

    @Bogan
    GOP administrations had 38 times more criminal convictions than Democrats:
    https://rantt.com/gop-admins-had-38-times-more-criminal-convictions-than-democrats-1961-2016
  • JulesKorngoldJulesKorngold 439 Pts   -  
    Argument Topic: Why Republicans Are More Corrupt Than Democrats

    @Bogan
    https://rantt.com/8-reasons-gop-administrations-are-more-corrupt-than-democrats
  • @JulesKorngold

    They are corrupt political figures the idea of democrat and republican are an educated lie that does not exist as fact the idea itself is a form of conspiracy against united states constitution.


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