Assaulted by a paint ball gun...

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  1. cucamelsmd15

    cucamelsmd15 New Member

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    No steve, I said it didnt fall point first. Twisting my words now, huh?:rolleyes:

    steve, seriously, get on the sauce, get off this discussion and move on. Youve been proven wrong more times than I can count so far.:rolleyes:

    And, your argument about the Army's test was for bullets fired... wait for it... its coming... vertically.:rolleyes: Keep shooting yourself in the foot. Youll run out of ammo sooner or later, right?:rolleyes:
     


  2. stevebaby

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    So you think it falls base first...and wobbie says it tumbles...so which of you is right?
    :D :D :D
     
  3. cucamelsmd15

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    I didnt say it falls base first steve. Do you even know how to read?:rolleyes:
     
  4. SkinnyRob

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    Yes, my argument was based on bullets fired vertically, and so was yours when you quoted the 1920's Army study. It is possible, they did it. Are you saying the Army's study is lying because you think its impossible to put it on a stand and fire it vertically? Hell, Mythbusters even did it.

    Like I also said before, it doesnt matter if its vertical or not. +/- 20 degrees is close enough to vertical for the bullet to not maintain a ballistic trajectory on its descent because of the altitude reached, and the loss of spin.

    By the way, I didnt see you take my challenge a few pages back, and youve continued to post garbage, like I told you not to do. I have also explained, using the laws of physics how a bullet will fall, not how you think it will fall. It doesnt matter what you think, physics is still physics, and they prove my point, and not yours. :D :D :D
     
  5. stevebaby

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    So why would they call you "doctor"?
    You don't have a PHD and you aren't a medical doctor.
    What have you been telling people,that they would address you by a title that you have no entitlement to?
    :D :D :D
     
  6. cucamelsmd15

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    Pharm D.= Doctor of Pharmacy you idiot. Please steve, just shut up now. And yes, I am entitled to the title of Doctor.:rolleyes:

    http://pharmacy.ucsf.edu/pharmd/

    Now what steve?:rolleyes: Even a quick google search would have pulled that. Looks like youre wrong, again:rolleyes:
     
  7. stevebaby

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    Nope...I asked you if that were the case.
    You still haven't replied.
     
  8. SkinnyRob

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    Most pharmacist these days have a Doctor of Pharmacy, otherwise known as the PharmD. That does earn him the title of Doctor.
     
  9. cucamelsmd15

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    Arguing with yourself now steve? The voices inside your head getting to you?:rolleyes:
     
  10. cucamelsmd15

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    Ding ding ding, Winner:D
     
  11. stevebaby

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    So the figure of 60ft/lbs that you quoted from hatcher...right or wrong?
    :D :D
     
  12. stevebaby

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    Can't answer,can you?
    :D :D :D
     
  13. cucamelsmd15

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    I quoted the Army study, not hatcher.

    Flip flop, flip flop, flip flop. You do more of this than George W and John Kerry, combined steve:rolleyes:
     
  14. stevebaby

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    How do you fire a bullet exactly vertically?
    :D :D :D
     
  15. cucamelsmd15

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    No more argument steve? Gonna argue how to fire a gun vertically now?:rolleyes:
     
  16. stevebaby

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    Who conducted the study?
    What was hatcher's rank?
     
  17. stevebaby

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    You don't know that either,do you? :D :D :D
     
  18. cucamelsmd15

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    Hatcher wrote it in the notebook, that is often cited. The Army conducted the study. Hatcher was a Major. Come on steve, gonna have to do better than this:rolleyes:
     
  19. cucamelsmd15

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    steve, you dont have an argument left. Please just spare us all, and drop the subject. Youve been proven wrong at least 10 times now.:rolleyes:
     
  20. stevebaby

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    Which figure is correct...the one that you quoted (60ft/lbs) or the one that wobbie quoted (100 ft/lbs)?
    :D :D :D
     
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