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- Sep 3, 2009
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- Pueblo West, CO
Yeah, mass in motion with speed. When shoving as much force as possible within as small time as possible, power is generated. Also, I can clearly break small pebbles (stone) & a bottle of ice. I know what I'm doing especially considering how I don't work out.
I've got 8 year old students who could do those breaks. And they have a better grasp of both power generation and reality than you.
No. Studying how to do sports and studying the history of sports are two different things. Training in one doesn't mean being an expert in another.
Training in either gives you more knowledge than someone with no training in either.
Also, racism is my right. My freedom & rights shouldn't be violated just because you don't like it.
I get that you don't like the fact that you're Japanese. Such self-loathing is unhealthy.
I don't have credentials, but attacking such is Ad Hominem fallacy & Appeal to False Authority fallacy. My sources are reputable & authoritative. My conclusions come from my references.
Your sources range from sketchy to ridiculous. Your conclusions come from a racist pre-conceived bias.
I don't have authority
No, you do not. Nor any credibility. Nor any basis from which to build credibility.
I'm an amateur historian.
That's not the phrase I would use to describe you...
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