At 7/19/05 04:16 AM, Diamondz wrote:
haha i was just reading this last page... u guys are making the the flash sound like a scientific explanation of light refraction.
well... wat do you think about my one? any inconsistancies with the normal laws of physics in my one? ^___^
<A> - http://img328.images..mage=madworld2qr.swf
Well, The bird's flight is linear, which is not possible due to the sine behavior of the flapping of it's wings, meaning it would have to have bursts of speed and slower speed, and ups and downs. The linear equation shown would not equate with the sine equation needed, as it is not even a perfect sine equation, as the mathematical equations in arithmatic are not coincidental with that of nature. However, a fractal equation would most likely work somehow, because nature does seem to possess a fractal geometry. You should purchase The Fractal Geometry of Nature, read it, and then completely redo your flash.
Heh heh, just joking. Looks fine. Though, is that the moon or the sun? I'm assuming since it's white that it's the moon. But then, how is it 1: so bright, 2: Cast such brightness onto the earth and the guy that the earth looks whitish like the moon itself (my first thought was that he was sitting on the moon... lol), and 3: Be so big :-P