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The Flat Earth Society => Suggestions & Concerns => Topic started by: timterroo on August 21, 2018, 08:50:56 PM

Title: Re: In-compressible fluids
Post by: timterroo on August 21, 2018, 08:50:56 PM
There's no such thing as a fluid that cannot be compressed.

If I have misunderstood the claim made for this formula, I apologize.

What does this formula claim to do, and how does it work?

Well, you claimed that: "Some of the more well known folks here have come up the following formula for the momentum of an in-compressible fluid" so I figured I would immediately point out that this can't possibly be the case, since there's no such thing as an "in-compressible fluid".

Rushy's posts do not add anything to this discussion, and dodging the question and turning it back around on me is not helpful. I clearly apologized that I misunderstood and asked for clarification, to which Rushy replied with the above quote. Since Rushy is a moderator, I am not sure reporting him to the moderator is the right course of action, so I posted here as it states to do in the rules.