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Boycott Chuck Norris
January 25, 2008


"Kicking Chuck Norris where it hurts - his wallet."

I’m starting a boycott of Chuck Norris because he has endorsed a presidential candidate and supports ideas that are far out of the mainstream. Specifically:

He’s endorsed a candidate who says that he does not believe in evolution.
He’s endorsed a candidate who called for the isolation of AIDS patients – long after the Centers for Disease Control determined that the virus was not spread by casual contact. Even this year, the candidate declined to recant those views.

I want you to join me in boycotting all of the products that Chuck Norris endorses and some of the national companies that run advertisements on the show in which he starred and currently rerunning on the USA cable network, Walker, Texas Ranger.

READ MORE
http://www.boycottchucknorris.com/
 
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Have they not read of the powers Chuck Norris posseses?
 

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Chuck doesn't believe in evolution because there is no evolution, just a list of creatures he has allowed to live.
 

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How much wood could a woodchuck chuck if a woodchuck could chuck wood? :dunno:
 

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Cant speak for the other stuff he believes in, but in his defense, evolution is still officially a theory.

Christians more and more are warming to the idea of evolution, with God ordaining it that way.
 

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So is gravity.
I was taught Gravity is a predictable force and Newton's Law of Gravitation reads as below:

Every particle of matter in the universe attracts every other particle with a force that is directly proportional to the product of the masses of the particles and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

The formula is:



Mathematically, this translates into the force equation shown to the right. In this equation, the quantities are defined as:
  • F<sub>g</sub> = The force of gravity (typically in newtons)
  • G = The gravitational constant, which adds the proper level of proportionality to the equation. The value of G is 6.67259 x 10<sup>-11</sup> N * m<sup>2</sup> / kg<sup>2</sup>, although the value will change if other units are being used.
  • m<sub>1</sub> & m<sub>1</sub> = The masses of the two particles (typically in kilograms)
  • r = The straight-line distance between the two particles (typically in meters)
What is theoretical about gravity from a Newtonian perspective?
 
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Is it un-American...no, is it COMMUNIST to diss Chuck Norris? I think so!
 

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While I might not agree with him, I admire this man for making such a tremendous sacrifice in the name of his beliefs by boycotting all Chuck Norris products. I can only imagine the willpower and strength of character it must take to purposefully deprive yourself of Walker: Texas Ranger dvds and the Total Gym.
 

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I was taught Gravity is a predictable force and Newton's Law of Gravitation reads as below:

Every particle of matter in the universe attracts every other particle with a force that is directly proportional to the product of the masses of the particles and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

The formula is:



Mathematically, this translates into the force equation shown to the right. In this equation, the quantities are defined as:
  • F<sub>g</sub> = The force of gravity (typically in newtons)
  • G = The gravitational constant, which adds the proper level of proportionality to the equation. The value of G is 6.67259 x 10<sup>-11</sup> N * m<sup>2</sup> / kg<sup>2</sup>, although the value will change if other units are being used.
  • m<sub>1</sub> & m<sub>1</sub> = The masses of the two particles (typically in kilograms)
  • r = The straight-line distance between the two particles (typically in meters)
What is theoretical about gravity from a Newtonian perspective?
http://www.phy6.org/stargaze/Sgravity.htm

That the cause of the Moon's motion is the force known as "gravity" is a Theory. A very, very, very well-supported Theory. It is also a Theory that this effect is constant universe-wide.

As to just exactly what gravity is, that's another theory. Lowercase "t" because our empirical proofs for gravity exerting a warping effect on spacetime itself are in their infancy, being as we are in the middle of an overwhelming gravity well where it's hard to isolate a specific effect from outside influence.

So, like evolution, gravity is a fact, a Theory and a theory. (given that we agree to call "whatever invisible force it is that causes hammers to fall", gravity)

The continuing (sometimes willful) confusion about this is just another snowball on the Everest of evidence that science education in America needs to be broadened and improved, not dumbed-down.
 
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