If a political science major can lie to the American people at a speed of 5 lies per minute, how many year does he have left before a lynch mob overthrows the government?
@I am bacon man, I've been asking myself this question multiple times. At what point do we overthrow a tyrannical government like the constitution says?
@I am bacon man, my entire presidency is a test of that very question
@I am bacon man, I think that question is best answered with an interpretive dance
@I am bacon man, depends on the volume of emails, racist remarks, drone strikes, or false flag operations they conduct (decided to cover stupid things from the last 3 presidents and Hillary because IDGAF about politics)
@green shirt guy, know the boiling frog theory? it's all in the matter if we realize how far the government has gone. it's funny 911 was meant to destroy America, instead it gave the government more power.
I recognize that font and suspect this is from Halidays and Resnicks Fundamentals on Physics.
Finally made a math problem relatable
Fun fact! When I was in college political science was part of the social sciences sector; however they graduated they graduated with a degree in fine arts. The book’s point maybe be legit.
Finally, a problem that can be applied to the real world.
By the whine of the car?
Let's say they were kidnapped. Thrown into what you could assume is a van while blinded by the tunneling sound and large amount of movable space ( assuming it's a windowless cargo (or "rape")van).
Now you would have nearly no idea what kind of van you were put into.
*an '80s chevy beauville( which well assume a 350 with a th350 or th400 with gearing any where between 3.4ish to 4.1ish)
*'90 to '00 ford e-series( with engine/ trans/ final drive ratios possibly more expansive then the previous with added overdrive)
*a brand spanking new chevy Express of ford transit( I think you see where I'm going with this except this is a 2018/19 model could be a 6 cylinder turbo or diesel or v8 with variable valve timing with 6 or 8 speed trans)
*not to mention nissan/sprinter/Mercedes van series and other is can think of (with plenty of importy, electricly controller stuff)
My point being no fvcking way you'd know what speed your going based on sound alone
@bootyman, and that's assuming you were only put into a large van.
A point of referance. I own a 83 chevy c30 with a 454 th400 and 4.10 or larger gearing does 70 a 3000 rpm. If you assumed you were in a newer vehicle blindly and could pin point the rpms that accurately you'd think your doing in access of 100 mph throwing off your projected area by 15 miles for a simple 30 min drive on the highway.