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Fun With Physics

Time for another madlib! This time it's from Physics: Concepts and Connections by Art Hobson.

Person's name with -'s:
Noun:
Abstract noun:
Plural noun:
Person's name with -'s again:
Noun:
Adjective:
Verb ending in -ing:
Noun:
Past-tense verb:
Verb:
Noun:
Noun:
Verb:
Noun from above:
Verb:
Noun from above:
Adjective:
Noun from above:
Noun from above:
Verb:

Here's another remix since I've already offered quite a few of these up for download.

Faith No More - Last Cup of Sorrow (Rammstein Remix) (Like it? Then buy the CD.)

Einstein believed that person's name with -'s theory should, like all other laws of noun obey the principle of abstract noun. In other plural noun, person's name with -'s again noun should be adjective even within any verb ending in -ing reference noun. Since speed c is built into the laws of noun, Einstein past-tense verb that every observer ought to verb every light noun to move at speed c, regardless of the observer's noun. No matter how fast you verb, a light noun always passes you at speed c, relative to you. This is why the idea of verb up with a light noun seemed adjective to Einstein. If every observer sees every light noun move at speed c, then nobody can even begin to catch up with a light noun, much less catch all the way up with one and verb it at rest.


How it should read:

Einstein believed that Maxwells theory should, like all other laws of nature obey the principle of relativity. In other words, Maxwells prediction should be correct even within any moving reference frame. Since speed c is built into the laws of nature, Einstein concluded that every observer ought to observe every light beam to move at speed c, regardless of the observer's motion. No matter how fast you move, a light beam always passes you at speed c, relative to you. This is why the idea of catching up with a light beam seemed contradictory to Einstein. If every observer sees every light beam move at speed c, then nobody can even begin to catch up with a light beam, much less catch all the way up with one and observe it at rest.

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