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LORD NOSE 03-06-2013 05:18 PM

Positive+ -negativE
 
Positive+ -negativE


One has to be a parasite

Hollow Dartz 03-18-2013 04:39 PM

Explain further.

LORD NOSE 03-19-2013 12:42 PM

not sure how it all works but i'm guessing that one feeds off of the other and gravitates towards a life source within its partner -


one is some what like a parasite and i'm sure that most people would like to point to the negative as being this parasite - but is it ?

if it is, then why ?

LORD NOSE 03-19-2013 12:43 PM

i started to open up the thread with the word "Elementary" but considered how some may take that

Hollow Dartz 03-19-2013 12:54 PM

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Originally Posted by LORD NOSE (Post 2312640)
not sure how it all works but i'm guessing that one feeds off of the other and gravitates towards a life source within its partner -


one is some what like a parasite and i'm sure that most people would like to point to the negative as being this parasite - but is it ?

if it is, then why ?

I don't believe so, two negatives equal a positive. Maybe both are equally parasites in their own way .

LORD NOSE 03-19-2013 01:21 PM

i don't know if this is basic science - i didn't pay attention in school, i was too busy teaching class -

but how can 2 negatives = a positive ?


using men and women - wouldn't the man be the parasite ?

he shoots the life germ into her that feeds off of her - but being that he has the >Life< in him, wouldn't he be considered "Positive" and she negative because of the void of unfertilized eggs ?

Hollow Dartz 03-19-2013 01:53 PM

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Originally Posted by LORD NOSE (Post 2312656)
i don't know if this is basic science - i didn't pay attention in school, i was too busy teaching class -

but how can 2 negatives = a positive ?


using men and women - wouldn't the man be the parasite ?

he shoots the life germ into her that feeds off of her - but being that he has the >Life< in him, wouldn't he be considered "Positive" and she negative because of the void of unfertilized eggs ?

You'll have to excuse me, I was speaking in terms of mathematics. As for your question, I'm not really sure what you're getting at but you can look at it from the opposite angle as well, the man shoots the sperm (negative) into a woman and only a few if any manage to make it to the eggs. Her system is fighting the life force.

LORD NOSE 03-19-2013 04:41 PM

i was thinking something like this but wanted to go into the nature and intention of the charge -




"Neither. That's why it's called a neutron - it's neutrally charged. It is said to have a charge of zero.



You may not be able to get a physicist to admit that a proton (which has a +1 charge) added to an electron (which has a -1 charge) will make a neutron, but you can smash a neutron and get a proton and an electron out of the reaction.



It consists of two down quarks and one up quark and it is the heaviest particle in the atom, slightly heavier than the proton.



The charge on an up quark is + 2/3. The charge on a down quark is -1/3.
When you add the charges of the quarks inside a neutron you have:
+2/3 - ((1/3) * 2) = 0


Therefore a neutron has zero charge.The charges might be said to "add" and "cancel" to give the neutron a negative charge. "

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_a_neu...egative_charge

Hollow Dartz 03-19-2013 09:49 PM

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Originally Posted by LORD NOSE (Post 2312702)
i was thinking something like this but wanted to go into the nature and intention of the charge -




"Neither. That's why it's called a neutron - it's neutrally charged. It is said to have a charge of zero.



You may not be able to get a physicist to admit that a proton (which has a +1 charge) added to an electron (which has a -1 charge) will make a neutron, but you can smash a neutron and get a proton and an electron out of the reaction.



It consists of two down quarks and one up quark and it is the heaviest particle in the atom, slightly heavier than the proton.



The charge on an up quark is + 2/3. The charge on a down quark is -1/3.
When you add the charges of the quarks inside a neutron you have:
+2/3 - ((1/3) * 2) = 0


Therefore a neutron has zero charge.The charges might be said to "add" and "cancel" to give the neutron a negative charge. "

http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Does_a_neu...egative_charge

Maybe each has something that the other needs and it stabilizes itself. No human is all good, no human is all devil(haha allegedly).

diggy 03-19-2013 10:38 PM

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Originally Posted by Hollow Dartz (Post 2312648)
I don't believe so, two negatives equal a positive. Maybe both are equally parasites in their own way .


2 negatives do not equal a positive UNLESS you are multuplying or dividing them.

Keep in mind though, that there are really no such thing as negative numbers. You cannot get less than zero (there is no such thing as less than nothing). It is all theoretical and representative of loss and absence of a quantity.

diggy 03-19-2013 10:44 PM

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Originally Posted by LORD NOSE (Post 2309688)
Positive+ -negativE


One has to be a parasite

I see it as complimentary.

Electrical plugs and outlets.

opposites - like front/back, up/down, side/side, substance/vacuity

Hollow Dartz 03-19-2013 11:33 PM

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Originally Posted by FMJ (Post 2312792)
2 negatives do not equal a positive UNLESS you are multuplying or dividing them.

Keep in mind though, that there are really no such thing as negative numbers. You cannot get less than zero (there is no such thing as less than nothing). It is all theoretical and representative of loss and absence of a quantity.

You're correct, I was thinking in terms of the sperm multiplying and stuff like that but I guess that doesn't really make sense. I'm just trying to grasp some knowledge in here, pardon me if I sound lost at times.

diggy 03-20-2013 12:00 AM

It's all good.

I see sperm as a seed, womb the soil.

I'm not sure the positive/negative thing works for it. It's hard to find examples of the +/- in the real world. I could only think of electricity. Not sure of the parasite thing.

LORD NOSE 03-20-2013 12:26 AM

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Originally Posted by FMJ (Post 2312794)
I see it as complimentary.

Electrical plugs and outlets.

opposites - like front/back, up/down, side/side, substance/vacuity

in this case, the plug and what it's attached to would be the parasite


all the life is in the wall

diggy 03-20-2013 12:33 AM

no parasite

23 chromosomes in sperm
23 chromosomes in egg

No feeding off of each other,
just adding to each other to reproduce human with...

46 chromosomes in cells


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