The Binding Force


What conditions make for a stable relationship between a man and a woman?  Let us draw inspiration from nuclear physics.   As we shall soon discover it makes for an apt analogy.  The force that holds the protons (and neutrons also) of an atomic nucleus together is known as the strong force. The force that pushes them away from each other is the electrostatic force (a.k.a. the coulomb force).  At a given distance between the particles, these forces are opposite and equal, and there is an equilibrium.  Consider this graph,

equilibrium

The electrostatic force is analogous to the feminine imperative, the desire for women to always push the limits, to garner more for herself.  The strong force is analogous to a woman’s response to a man’s dominance.  In real-life, the x axis represents inter-particle distance, but in this case let it represent the amount of dominance he displays (with further right representing less).  Note that the amount of dominance that a man displays is not the same as her response to it.

Consider some cases represented by the graph.  Going far to the right, a man displays little dominance attributes, and the only force still effective is the feminine imperative force.  This would be the modern beta husband supplicating to his wife.  In the middle, he is attempting to display dominance, and she is noticing it, but there is also greater pushback with the feminine imperative (often in this situation it is known as “shit testing”), as he has not yet fully displayed his dominance.  On the far left, she recognizes his dominance, and there is a measure of pushback, but the forces are in balance.  But not only are they in balance, but they are stable also (i.e. in a minimum energy state, hopefully with no drama).  The large “energy hump” on the bottom graph makes this happen.  It is difficult to leave this state (going to the right) when it is reached due to this hump (though when it does happen, it is often with great force, not unlike a nuclear explosion).

In reality, the feminine imperative force probably does not have such a shape as the 1/r^2 electrostatic force..  It probably is a bit flatter, and it undoubtedly has various small humps in it, allowing for local minimums with respect to energy such that a stable the relationship can be achieved.  Notice that these local minimums would be in no way as stable as the equilibrium point described earlier.  Below is a graph that perhaps better represents the situation.

equilibrium2

These analogies are a semi-silly comparison between physics and relationships, with relationships being more complex.  But in the end, the most stable state is in one place.

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158 comments on “The Binding Force
  1. Farm Boy says:

    My sister is a unicorn on this matter. She has more education and a more prestigious career than her husband. But she very deliberately defers to him on most matters.

    And she is happy.

    Note that this approach that she is using leads to a local minimum. Most women probably could not do it, as most women do not really have red pill inklings.

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  2. Farm Boy says:

    I might also point out that even though my Dad did not have a dominant personality, my Mom did defer to him. She grew up in an era where men were given free status points for being men, and this she never changed her view on this.

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  3. Farm Boy says:

    I have another sister who always wants to be dominant. She browbeats her husband. She is not really so happy.

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  4. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    I don’t think that women’s behavior would lend itself to grapuic representation. They simply don’t like to be predictable..
    As for the tale of two sisters, I think the one who is successful also respects her husband. The mass media has not promoted this for decades, preferring to depict husbands as doofusses.

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  5. Yoda says:

    Egalitarian relationships unstable they are.
    Women push they do.
    Eventually egalitarian it is not.

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  6. Spawny Get says:

    So, for marriage to survive as an institution society needs to apply the pressure of a Sun, or a supernova? Howsabout a global financial implosion? I think that even then most current women would attempt to partner up with abandon, but in their hearts they’d still resent the guy they had to accept in the fire sale. The poison runs too deep. It’d be like the hipster predilection to adopt rescue centre pit bulls and just love the mistreatment out of them using only blind optimism, no dog knowledge.

    I like the sister examples. Very effective to those receptive to the message. That last point being the key problem, I think.

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  7. theasdgamer says:

    Feminists have used pop culture for decades to attack husbands and men in general as a deliberate strategy of reducing the status of men relative to women. Yes, there has been an actual conspiracy to do this among a significant group of influential media types. This continues to this day. I know someone who is privy to this.

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  8. theasdgamer says:

    You made me do it. I published my ideas about “Relationship bonding”. Thanks.

    [You are welcome]

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  9. theasdgamer says:

    For those of you who love Judith Durham’s voice–

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  10. Farm Boy says:

    In the olden days, society moved the strong force (a woman’s response to a man’s dominance) curve to the right. Nowadays, it takes so much work for most men to reach that stable point. Is it worth it for them? Perhaps this is as good of an explanation for MGTOW as anything else.

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  11. Farm Boy says:

    for marriage to survive as an institution society needs to apply the pressure of a Sun, or a supernova?

    Perhaps not that much pressure. Society did act as a catalyst though.

    Do women as a whole prefer to be empowered and miserable, or non-empowered and content?

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  12. Farm Boy says:

    Howsabout a global financial implosion? I think that even then most current women would attempt to partner up with abandon, but in their hearts they’d still resent the guy they had to accept in the fire sale

    This is an example of society as a whole being out far to the right on the curve. The strong male dominance force is nonexistent, and all that is left is the Feminine Imperative force, pushing society even further to the right.

    Right off of a cliff.

    So, yes, the model does seems to work on both the individual and societal level. There is a macabre beauty in this.

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  13. Farm Boy says:

    “Not much love here there is” as my buddy Yoda would say.

    I would say that one does not get anything like this at any other Manosphere site.

    Brace yourself, there will be more coming in the future.

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  14. Farm Boy says:

    Perhaps we need a bear video.

    Fuzzie?

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  15. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Farm Boy,
    Here is a good one.

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  16. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    i don’t think a global financial catasrophe will bring women around. There is something fundamentally wrong. At best, all that men can be to modern women is a resource.

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  17. Spawny Get says:

    I’m sure we’re all aware of the need to minimise comment editing given our shared experience in the past. Can I request that if the writers do it they tag their editions like I do, so it’s known who is making the edit.

    e.g.
    [SG – …..]

    I do do it when I want to make explicit which comment I’m replying to. I’m not saying it’s an explicitly bad thing…just that it can go wrong and be perceived as a bad thing.

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  18. Yoda says:

    i don’t think a global financial catasrophe will bring women around.

    Long time to force them in line in the past it took.
    Long time it will again take.

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  19. Spawny Get says:

    Worth a look, should ring a bell. Feel free to skip forward, it must be aimed at retarded fembots as it takes so long to make its point. But the point is good.

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  20. Nuclear physics to explain male and female ting/yang balance, interesting! And some good points here, like the tale of two sisters! Keep it up farm boy! I wish I could say I am drama free but…red pill or not I am still a woman. But I try… I do.

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  21. blurkel says:

    What conditions make for a stable relationship between a man and a woman?

    Separate residences, separate incomes and finances, and limiting visiting hours.

    Did I mention separation?

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  22. Tarnished says:

    Farm Boy,
    “Do women as a whole prefer to be empowered and miserable, or non-empowered and content?”

    Empowered:
    1.give (someone) the authority or power to do something.
    2.make (someone) stronger and more confident, especially in controlling their life and claiming their rights.

    Given these definitions, many women likely were empowered and happy to get the vote, obtain birth control to take more control over their reproduction, getting rid of coverture doctrine, etc. These led to more actual equality in both the public and private spheres. If the concept of empowerment kept along these lines, the world would’ve been better.

    But now empowerment seems to mean “anything a woman does that is outside the norm”…painting with menstrual blood, wearing latex bodysuits to the park, breastfeeding til the child is 5, having non-discreet sex in public, getting drunk off ones ass, holding Big Booty competitions, acting aggressive to men for no good reason, shaming stay at home mothers, and not so subtly convincing women from 5th grade forward that they really can “have it all”. The list goes on.

    The term Empowerment, when used by most modern women, is a blatant mockery of the true definition behind it.

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  23. Tarnished says:

    Blurkel,

    “Sometimes I wonder if men and women really suit each other. Perhaps they should live next door and just visit now and then.”

    -Katherine Hepburn

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  24. Liz says:

    Tarn: “But now empowerment seems to mean “anything a woman does that is outside the norm”…painting with menstrual blood, wearing latex bodysuits to the park, breastfeeding til the child is 5, having non-discreet sex in public, getting drunk off ones ass, holding Big Booty competitions, acting aggressive to men for no good reason, shaming stay at home mothers, and not so subtly convincing women from 5th grade forward that they really can “have it all”. The list goes on.

    The term Empowerment, when used by most modern women, is a blatant mockery of the true definition behind it.”

    They have to keep pushing the envelope. It’s either invent new ways express “empowerment” and all-things-patriarchy-meme or fold, politically. The feminist ideology is a lot like North Korea.

    The DPRK, politically, needs the threat of an American attack to legitimize their military policy. A peace treaty would remove the very reason for the siege mentality over their people that the North Korean regime promotes.

    Fanatacism dies if there’s no boogeyman.

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  25. Liz says:

    I don’t have an edit option,
    intended to say: “and continue to carry out the blame-it-all-on-the-patriarchy meme”
    (or somesuch, I should read before posting)

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  26. Yoda says:

    But now empowerment seems to mean “anything a woman does that is outside the norm”

    Feminine Imperative incessant it is.
    A problem this would be.

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  27. Yoda says:

    If the concept of empowerment kept along these lines, the world would’ve been better.

    Unicorn you are.
    Most women are not.

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  28. Yoda says:

    They have to keep pushing the envelope

    Have jobs SJWs must.
    “Feel good” about oneself more important it is.
    Makes them tick this does.

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  29. Spawny Get says:

    “The feminist ideology is a lot like North Korea.”

    I love the fact that the discussion moved on from feminism to norks.

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  30. Yoda says:

    “The feminist ideology is a lot like North Korea.”

    Both impoverish the nations they do control.
    Financially and spiritually.

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  31. Liz says:

    “I love the fact that the discussion moved on from feminism to norks.”

    How could it not? 😀

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  32. theasdgamer says:

    All paths lead to Hooterville.

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  33. theasdgamer says:

    Too muchLots of attention being paid to feminine sexual attributes. Maybe we need a visit from Willy, the One-Eyed Weasel to balance things out.

    http://www.amazon.com/The-Man-Book-Baseball-Kick-Ass/dp/0312383126

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  34. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    I couldn’t find one for North Korea but, here is a women’s Hell March for China.

    The idea of fembots in uniform and possibly armed is taking away my appetite.

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  35. Spawny Get says:

    You’re telling us you couldn’t find a video about norks? On the internet?

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  36. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny, I couldn’t find a Hell March with exclusively North Korean women. Could it be that China, having a larger population, could pull it off?

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  37. Spawny Get says:

    Norks, baps, boobies…

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  38. Spawny Get says:

    You make a great straight man for the Spawny ‘n’ Fuzzie double act.

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  39. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    And here I thought baps were a kind of pastry. No wonder she was looking at me like that.

    Truly a people separated by a common language.

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  40. Spawny Get says:

    A bap is a hand sized soft squidgy roll.

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  41. Spawny Get says:

    Some have a nipple on top

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  42. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    What with baps, buns, and nudgers, I never realized how racy the baking profession was. Might as well call them sex cakes and have done.

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  43. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Spawny,
    I have to wonder what Abbott and Costello would think of a comedy team wherein the straight man is a talking bear?

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  44. Spawny Get says:

    Preferred Laurel and Hardy. I could buy Olly in a bear suit.

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  45. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    How about Yogi and Ranger Swith?

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  46. Yoda says:

    George and Gracie perhaps?

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  47. Cill says:

    Laurel and Hardy, George and Gracie etc. Spare a thought for us younger blokes! Either we google on every pair you come up with or we put a stop to your octogenarian musings! XD

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  48. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Apologies, Cill. Umm… oh, how about SpongeBob and that other one. You know, the one with the voice. Or Muppet Babies?

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  49. Cill says:

    I could run with Doctor Who #3 and Doctor Who #4…
    That’s perilously close to the Planck’s Wall for me.

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  50. Cill says:

    Nice One and Stewie? Worzel and Gummidge? No? Looks like we have an impenetrable barrier between generations here.

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  51. molly says:

    Blackadder and Baldrick! 🙂

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  52. Spawny Get says:

    Dinky Winky (sic) I reckon

    Eh up it’s Molly.

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  53. molly says:

    Unca Spawny Yay! Coolness 😀

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  54. Spawny Get says:

    So what you been up to?

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  55. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    It’s a result of misspent youth that I know by name the actors for Doctor#3 and 4 off the top of my head. Guess I’m not a true whovian, though, since I can’t be having with these new Doctors what started up so recently.

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  56. molly says:

    Looking after a 245 pound baby 😉 The weather’s too hot for sitting. Yesterday I did surfing, and snorkled down with big Short Tails (rays). No Orca. 😐

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  57. Spawny Get says:

    5 (41) degrees ain’t too warm for nothing.

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  58. Cill says:

    Pertwie and Baker. Sounds like a Vaudeville act from the the days when Spawny was a misspent youth.

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  59. Spawny Get says:

    Pertwee is the first doc I remember. Then Baker iirc. Never a great fan though.

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  60. Spawny Get says:

    Blake’s Seven…yeah, baby.

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  61. molly says:

    5 C equals the coldest recorded at Cill’s paradise!
    Mid Winter.
    brrrrr…

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  62. Cill says:

    Troughton was before Pertwee, and Who #1 was before Troughton. Dunno who Who #1 was.
    Pertwee is as far back as it goes for me. He also acted as Worzel Gummidge in NZ.

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  63. Spawny Get says:

    William Hartnell…I think

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  64. Cill says:

    “I can’t be having with these new Doctors what started up so recently.”
    I quite liked the David Tennant doctor (David Ten Inch, according to Billie Piper)

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  65. Spawny Get says:

    I liked the northern guy, Christopher Eccle’sCake. Didn’t watch the series though.

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  66. Cill says:

    Blake’s Seven
    Aw gawd, don’t get my dad started on Blake’s Seven. He’d talk Jesus off the cross.

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  67. Yoda says:

    Billie Piper

    Billie Piper I liked not.
    Too “empowered” she was.

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  68. Yoda says:

    David Tennant play a gay once he did.

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  69. Yoda says:

    I quite liked the David Tennant doctor

    Of Scottish heritage you are?

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  70. blurkel says:

    @Tarn

    While I agree with the quote, I recall either Life or Look Magazine running this quote in an article which also reported that Spencer Tracy still refused to divorce his sick wife to marry her. One thus wonders how much she was rationalizing having to abide by his situation to avoid losing him.

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  71. molly says:

    Billie Piper was a cheater on the Doctor. She was a mobile. Yik. o_O

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  72. Cautiously Pessimistic says:

    Pertwee was my contemporary, though T.Baker was my favorite. I probably would have grooved on Troughton, but I was born too early. Alas. Mind you, Davidson was the Doctor I’d like to meet. It’s disturbing I didn’t have to refer once to reference for this post.

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  73. Yoda says:

    Plungers on alien robots my universe had not.

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  74. Cill says:

    “Of Scottish heritage you are?”
    Ay. I have a wee bit of the Swords For Hire in me.

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  75. blurkel says:

    All paths lead to Hooterville.” Via Petticoat Junction.

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  76. Cill says:

    “Plungers on alien robots my universe had not.”
    Sadly, this comment accurately describes the hand parts of early Who robots. I also recall a space helmet that looked suspiciously like the mixing hook from my gran’s old food mixer upside down on the head. Even Swithun’s tin hat managed to be more sophisticated than that.

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  77. Sumo says:

    Ay. I have a wee bit of the Swords For Hire in me.

    Interesting. Also interesting is the presence of a large sheep population in KiwiLand. Coincidence…? 😀

    For the record, Sumo be Scotanese.;)

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  78. blurkel says:

    I have to wonder what Abbott and Costello would think of a comedy team wherein the straight man is a talking bear?

    It might go like this, Fuzzie:

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  79. blurkel says:

    Laurel and Hardy, George and Gracie etc. Spare a thought for us younger blokes! Either we google on every pair you come up with or we put a stop to your octogenarian musings! XD

    Burns and Schreiber?

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  80. molly says:

    I should do some fishing so you men can go back to your naughty words, like “nipple” (looking at you Unca S! XD )

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  81. blurkel says:

    5C is balmy, Molly, compared to 2 feet of snow, -30F, winds of 40 mph and a wind chill of -70F. That kind of cold causes your bone marrow to begin to freeze. Take a 🌯 out of the microwave, and it’s cold before you can take a bite!

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  82. Cill says:

    I’ve stayed down in Antarctica for a while and It.Was.Cold.

    However, the coldest I’ve felt was in Alberta, when I innocently biked into a type of fog they call frozen mist or ice mist or something. It was like walking into a blast furnace. I ab-so-lute-ly froze.

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  83. Cill says:

    “Sumo be Scotanese”
    One half of you wants to drink the Sake and the other half doesn’t want to pay for it, eh Bro?

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  84. Sumo says:

    Something like that, yeah.

    BTW, I’ve lived in Alberta my entire life and I’ve never heard of this “ice mist” phenomenon.

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  85. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    When I lived in Nevada, frozen fog was called pognip, taken from the Llanguage of the Paiutes. It’s dangerous to exert yourself, your lungs can freeze.

    Molly,
    You’re back! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄

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  86. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Excuse me, pogonip.

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  87. Cill says:

    Hang on, Fuzzy, I’ll give her a yell. She’s down on the rocks.

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  88. molly says:

    F. Wuzzie Bear! 🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯 🐻 🙄
    Fuzzie 🙂
    lol

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  89. Cill says:

    I get the impression she likes you there, Fuzzy.
    Dunno what made me say that.

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  90. molly says:

    Fuzzie is a fav uncle, like Spawny, cilly Cill. Fuzzie is a wise Ent tree with a J added on. He was a Cnut in the olden days as well. 🙂

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  91. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    You’re so sweet! I would make a terrible MGTOW. I like girls too much and they make my heart melt and make me smile.
    You’rre right about Canute. If he were around to to advise Charles I, the Civil War would have been avoided.

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  92. molly says:

    I like Farm Boy’s model, as it works. I like the second graph especially. 🙂

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  93. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Cill,
    I apologized to you over at Sunshine’s.

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  94. Cill says:

    Fuzzy, some of the wording in my comments did make it look as if I was admitting to a porky. My fault. But thanks.

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  95. molly says:

    I read it too. I’ve seen PPPs misbehave. They are disgusting! 😦
    I’m proud of my big cuz. 🙂
    I’ve seen PPPs want him, I’ve seen it in their faces especially when drunk. Seven of them, thought they had him. Not a hope. Stupid dumb PPPs. I wish he’d kicked ass, tho he might have got arrested. He did the best thing. 🙂

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  96. Farm Boy says:

    I like the second graph especially.

    That “dip” in the second graph would be where my “content” sister is.

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  97. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    This whole thing is so upside down from what I am used to. It is hard for me to wrap my head around the idea of women being that aggressive sexually.
    We’re going to have to send you a baseball bat to defend your cousin’s honor.

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  98. molly says:

    H-E-E-E-E-Y-A-H!!
    (me in a bunch of PPPs with my bat) 👿

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  99. Sumo says:

    Actually, a bat isn’t the optimal bludgeoning weapon for someone of your stature.

    Which is a nice way of saying it’s not good for girls.

    The bat is weighted more on one end, which means that you’ll tire yourself out quicker swinging it around. Unless it’s a cricket bat. I have no idea what those things feel like.

    Get yerself one of these, kiddo:

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bokken

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  100. molly says:

    “That “dip” in the second graph would be where my “content” sister is”
    Do you think this equilibrium point is preferable to the leftmost one?
    We don’t want an inter-particle distance of zero, eh! We need some distance. What’s the best range of distance?

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  101. Sumo says:

    Two arms’ lengths.

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  102. Farm Boy says:

    Do you think this equilibrium point is preferable to the leftmost one?

    No. Not really.

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  103. Farm Boy says:

    We don’t want an inter-particle distance of zero, eh!

    It would not ever be zero. The coulomb force becomes very repulsive if we get too close. That is why it is at the equilibrium

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  104. Farm Boy says:

    Here is a tutorial,

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  105. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    Remember rule number one. Karate is for defense only.
    Rule number two: first learn rule number one.
    That’s from The Karate Kid II.
    Only apply your awesome martial arts skills against PPPs if they threaten your cousin.

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  106. molly says:

    “It would not ever be zero”
    In physics, no way Jose.
    I mean IRL relationships, male sycophants strive for zero distance. Does it happen?

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  107. molly says:

    Hey Sumo, a Bokken! Like a wooden katana.

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  108. molly says:

    Fuzzie I don’t like fights. I’m determined tho! If Cill went down I’d fight! 😐

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  109. Sumo says:

    That “defense only” crap is a dangerous thing to teach people. Allowing your enemy to attack you first is just stupid. Since we’re kinda sorta discussing physics, it’s like this – action beats reaction. Every time. I always preferred the Cobra Kai motto: strike first. Strike hard.

    Yes, molls, a wooden katana. Much safer for practice than a razor sharp steel blade. 😉

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  110. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    I think that you’re safe fromm the PPPs. They don’t want to fight. They’re thinking about other pastimes.

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  111. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Yoda,
    Double facepalm!

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  112. Cill says:

    “action beats reaction”
    Good way of putting it. Go all out. Winners don’t fight touchy-feely. Hurt him brutal and cruel and unrelenting. Ruthless calculated efficiency wins. You didn’t start this, but if you don’t finish it he will.

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  113. Yoda says:

    Slow morning this would be.

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  114. Spawny Get says:

    That’s great Yoda.

    Teach the faculty and administration the cost of pandering to misandric bigots by cutting the budget and wages for next year. Maybe some disciplinery action on the worst of the law breakers.

    Then, unleash the lawyer scum. And teach the media the price of have bigoted reporters on their staff without any integrity regarding their reportage. Fact checks are for losers when the fanciful story fits the agenda so beautifully.

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  115. Spawny Get says:

    YCMIU

    Haribo selling in Scandinavia making liquorice (black coloured) sweets. These sweets are being branded as “racist” by people who are sick in the head. If you have such thinking, please leave to a country more to your liking, because there is no racism in sweets.

    Recorded from RT HD, 21 January 2015.

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  116. Yoda says:

    Wrong material i did copy.
    Intended material this is,

    These sweets are being branded as “racist” by people who are sick in the head

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  117. Yoda says:

    As is sometimes asserted by urbanists today, the new socialist cities were about more than mere economic growth; they were widely posed as a means to develop a new kind of society, one that could make possible the spread of Homo sovieticus (the Soviet man). As one German historian writes, the socialist city was to be a place “free of historical burdens, where a new human being was to come into existence, the city and the factory were to be a laboratory of a future society, culture, and way of life”.

    Human nature powerful it is.
    Limited malleablity it has.

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  118. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Yoda,
    That is good news that UVa applications have dropped. It means that the fembots have bitten the hand that feeds them.

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  119. Yoda says:

    Women scared of rapey UVa they are?
    Truth matters not.

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  120. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Yoda,
    It may be a toss up between girl applicants succumbing to rape hysteria and boy applicants fearful of false allegations. Either way, it doesn’t matter. The University is being attacked where it is vulnerable.

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  121. molly says:

    Hi, I’m fixing us some grub. Samples here:
    🌯 🌯 🌯 🌯

    Eat! Hahaha, it’s not really burrito, eh! 😀
    It’s crab fresh from the sea cooked with ginger, served with garden salad and my own sauce from secret family recipe.
    Yummy yum 🙂

    shhhhh, I hear 🐻 munches, nyum nyum nyum (swallow)

    I ❤ greedy 🐻 's with round fluffy ears!

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  122. Spawny Get says:

    It’s the bear bottom coughs you have to watch out for

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  123. molly says:

    Hey Unca S did you miss it?
    I ❤ greedy 🐻 's with round fluffy ears!
    It rhymes! lol

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  124. Spawny Get says:

    So the Padawan Predilection for the Poetical has a genetic component…thassa damn shame.

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  125. molly says:

    Yeah but I rhyme with pictures 🐻 etc
    I bet Padawan can’t do that 😀

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  126. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    Munch, munch, munch, nyum nyum, nyum. Ahhhh. Burp! Ahhhhh.
    Thank you!
    I ❤ generous orcas with cute ventral fins who share food!
    Sorry, I am not much for rhyming.

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  127. blurkel says:

    Your betters in action,

    I’m more inclined to see it as Your bettors’ inaction.

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  128. Spawny Get says:

    Padawan is watching home movies.

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  129. Yoda says:

    Padawan is watching home movies.

    Watching Clone Wars he should be.
    Demonstrate my skills I do.

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  130. molly says:

    Is Clone Wars in Star Wars series? I watched DVDs of Star Wars and The Empire Strikes Back, which were great. 🙂 Some others I didn’t enjoy e.g. Obi-Wan Kenobi when he was young. One (same movie?) had a silly race of flying junk vehicles. I stopped watching them after that. 😦

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  131. molly says:

    Edit: “Obi-Wan Kenobi when he was young” s.h.b. “Darth Vader when he was young”? I can’t remember. Shows how bored I was!

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  132. Tarnished says:

    Don’t worry about it, Molly. Episodes 1-3 don’t actually exist…

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  133. FuzzieWuzzie says:

    Molly,
    George Lucas grew up in Modesto, California. It’s located between Fresno and Sacramento in the San Joaquin Valley. Those junky racers were not far off the mark from what he saw as a kid. Before he directed Star Wars, he made American Graffitti.

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  134. Tarnished says:

    And because I know everyone loves burritos:

    View story at Medium.com

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  135. Farm Boy says:

    A new post is up — sort of.

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  136. Cill says:

    Tarn, a technological age that advanced would have the wherewithal to convert the carbon to fuel or release it in chunks. Like farts / turds I guess. And the single vent would open and close like a chuff. And the canal of the anus would have artificial muscles like the alimentary canal that keep the canal closed except for the bolus being forced out in one direction only. Then nothing could enter from outside.

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  137. Tarnished says:

    Cill,

    So…a giant space butt.
    I approve.

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  138. Cill says:

    No need for multiple vents. Sub-canals would reticulate into the main canal, rather than out to the surface. If our body-systems can by with one chuff apiece, the Death Star could too.

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  139. Cill says:

    “giant space butt” 😀
    I like that! (must be my anal sense of humor)

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  140. Farm Boy says:

    From the Breitbart article,

    Most surprising of all was when my sociology tutor – a leading egalitarian theorist – informed our class that he thought social construction theory was “mostly wish-wash.”

    Those who are unfamiliar with the nature-vs-nurture debate will probably not understand why such a statement is controversial. Cognitive and genetic scientists, and evolutionary theorists, have long been viewed with suspicion by sociologists. After all, one of the chief projects of cognitive and evolutionary scientists in the past two decades has been the dismantling of the standard social science model, the theoretical framework that looks to external influences (nurture) to explain human behaviour, as opposed to genes or other innate factors (nature). If my university is anything to go by, however, even social scientists themselves are beginning to see flaws in the old model.

    This is bad news for progressives. The idea that human minds are infinitely malleable, and that the human behaviour can be altered simply by changing the social environment, underpins almost every progressive campaign – from No More Page Three to non-selective schooling. This is no accident: anyone who wishes to radically change the world must, on some level, believe that human nature can be altered.

    This says much.

    It also shows that the Brits spell “behavior” oddly.

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  141. Farm Boy says:

    Are you referring to Incontonentia Buttocks?

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  142. Farm Boy says:

    More from Breitbart,

    But it’s not just Brendan O’Neill who’s noticed the rise of the “Stepford Students”. His longtime opponent, the liberal columnist Nick Cohen has been warning about the very same thing. Chris Rock, also a liberal, recently revealed that he no longer performs comedy for student audiences, arguing that they were too “conservative” in the way they handled offensive content.

    His use of the word “conservative” is telling. For decades, it was social conservatives who put pressure on private institutions to censor material that offended them. Cinemas that screened Monty Python movies were boycotted, panics were stoked about the “satanism” of Dungeons & Dragons, and born-again Christians led campaigns against violent videogames.

    Today, however, it is progressives who are not just standing up for the right of private censorship, but also actively demand it. It is progressives, not Christian conservatives, who now lead campaigns against sex and violence in the media. And it was progressive students, not middle-aged moral crusaders, who banned a pop song on over 20 university campuses.

    This is very interesting what is happening to the young. It will require some thought.

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  143. molly says:

    Farm Boy, those 2 excerpts from the Breitbart article, are right on, I think. Lots of young adults have had enough.

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  144. Cill says:

    The must-miss event on my calendar is Obama’s State of the Union address.

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  145. blurkel says:

    The must-miss event on my calendar is Obama’s State of the Union address.

    You get to see this travesty of untruth in New Zealand? I thought only US citizens expected to have to live through this mass of equine and pachydermal offal!!!

    I went to bed after a hard day rather than put myself through that farce theater of those who claim to represent me. Still haven’t caught up on all the BS he spouted, yet I’m amazed at how much his defenders seem to have to say about him. He’s still the same old shill for corporatism, but it’s like he turned over a new leaf once he lost any chance of passing anything (IF one believes the happy talk pumped out for him by the megaton).

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  146. Yoda says:

    For the rich he is.
    For the poor he is.
    For the middle not so much.

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  147. Yoda says:

    The must-miss event on my calendar is Obama’s State of the Union address.

    PPPs swoon for him they do?

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  148. Cill says:

    “PPPs swoon for him they do?”
    Oh yeah, the PPP crew would bang Obama seven colors of shite.

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