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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Who said you were invited?

    Thinking about it now, it's a bad idea
    I'm in year 11

    Probably.
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    Who said you were invited?

    Thinking about it now, it's a bad idea
    Everyone lives far away from each other
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    (Original post by Bude8)
    Bros and ho- sisters of Year 11, I think we should organise a year 11 meet up.
    It would be cool, but everyone lives so far away!. I'm not travelling to like London or anything
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    I'm in year 11

    Probably.

    Why is pepsi on your angry list?
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Why is pepsi on your angry list?
    cos it's ****ing rank (sans max) and it's sold exclusively in KFC
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    cos it's ****ing rank (sans max) and it's sold exclusively in KFC
    Azaelia Banks?
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Azaelia Banks?
    homophobic ***** who can't shut up talking **** to people.
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    homophobic ***** who can't shut up talking **** to people.
    Hmm ok, last one Chicken Filla?
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Hmm ok, last one Chicken Filla?
    Give money to anti-gay associations - they have been boycotted by most gay people and a lot of equal rights supporters - even though the food there is amaizng
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    (Original post by Bluffroom)
    Give money to anti-gay associations - they have been boycotted by most gay people and a lot of equal rights supporters - even though the food there is amaizng
    Really? That's disgusting :unimpressed:
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    (Original post by Elm Tree)
    Really? That's disgusting :unimpressed:
    Loads of companies do it. America is cray cray
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    (Original post by Little Tail Chaser)
    The sad thing is I still haven't stopped... the other day I asked "How does gravity work". Oh Tails :facepalm2:
    That's actually an extremely good question, and whoever finds the answer to that is likely to win a Nobel prize.

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    Geography ._.
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    The OP says various people are willing to help with each subject.. I'm happy to help with Physics/Chem, I'm a real keener in them.. Top awards in Olympiads and A-Levels early.. so keen
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    (Original post by Hype en Ecosse)
    That's actually an extremely good question, and whoever finds the answer to that is likely to win a Nobel prize.
    It is! and it's thought to either be Gravitons or another fundamental particle, but that requires a paradigm shift as the current Standard Model doesn't predict that particle :O that's likely to be a result of work at the LHC and connected to the Higgs Boson (an excitation of the Higgs field - which gives things mass)

    All Hail Gravity.
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    Oh the wonders of copy and paste.
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    (Original post by MrGoogle)
    The OP says various people are willing to help with each subject.. I'm happy to help with Physics/Chem, I'm a real keener in them.. Top awards in Olympiads and A-Levels early.. so keen
    Please try this question

    The gravitational potential energy of an astronaut, mass , between the Earth and the moon is given by the equation:



    When r=distance between the moon and the Earth.
    When , the astronaut is equally attracted to the moon and the Earth. Find an expression for x when this occurs.


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    (Original post by MrGoogle)
    It is! and it's thought to either be Gravitons or another fundamental particle, but that requires a paradigm shift as the current Standard Model doesn't predict that particle :O that's likely to be a result of work at the LHC and connected to the Higgs Boson (an excitation of the Higgs field - which gives things mass)

    All Hail Gravity.
    As far as my understanding of elementary particles goes: the Higgs Boson does give particles mass, and is a particle given off by an excitation of the Higgs field; just like a photon is given off by an excitation of the electromagnetic field.
    You're also right that the graviton isn't predicted by the standard model, however, we have three particles to mediate the force for the three other fundamental forces of the universe, but we're missing one for gravity - hence why the graviton is hypothesised.
    However, I'm pretty sure you're mistaken about the graviton being related to the Higgs Boson. They don't have to mutually exist, nor are they both predicted by any working theory. Nor is there reason to believe, currently, that work on the Higgs Boson will give rise to information on the graviton - mostly because of the whole lack of a working theory thing. I think the graviton is a necessitation of theories competing to unify GR with QM, but I'm not too sure about that one. The problem with the whole graviton situation is that the theories that utilise it, like string theory and quantum gravity, don't throw up many things that you can TEST experimentally, so we're kind of stuck as far as the graviton goes, but there are hopes that we'll get hints about it in some experiments looking for the existence of "gravitational waves" and topological defects in the early universe, which I don't understand in the SLIGHTEST but Ed Copeland talks a bit about here.
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    (Original post by EduWiz)
    Yep thanks i know it now it's just my teacher never taught me this +you do 15 subjects:eek:
    I only do 7... well 10 but only 7 are GCSEs, I did 4 last year and 4 in year 9 :P
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