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Pure ad hominem. Entirely lacking in rational argument.
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Prove that the disk rolls without slipping on the bottom of the groove. Show your work. No more unsupported assertions.
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Both you and Jon are so inept that you asserted the disk rolls without slipping on the bottom of the groove. Its circumference is about 20% longer than the distance along the wires, which proves you are both wrong.
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See, you are looking without seeing. You have a preconception ("lack circumference to roll true...") of how the wheels *should* be turning, and missing what is there. You cannot see the two points on the circumferences taking a longer/shorter path to return to the bottom point? The outer one moving further and therefore moving faster? In order for both to return simultaneously?
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Blah, small potatoes. Tony was experimenting with ideas of Darrell's cones and funnels mimicking a large wheel and small wheel. Weeks ago. Of course the first thing to do is to level the ends.
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Desperately seeking slippage
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