The Single Voice of Reason wrote:
not about the face wrote:
Sober and the only bio-engineer who is about to defend a phd on human gait. Reading you and your bros try to make sense of this is like watching rats try to build a waffle iron.
Again, I don't know what you mean about me and "my bros" or who you think you're talking with each time you post, but so far I've only argued A) that Babe Ruth hitting twice as many home runs as his contemporaries doesn't correlate to anything related to Usain Botl's sprinting and B) that your wise-ass comment about bat length was not analogous to what you were using it to make fun of. My post about all the stride length/height crap was merely an explanation of what the other poster was trying to argue, which you seemed to have misread, AND I added the disclaimer that I wasn't arguing he was right, only that he was saying something different from what you were making an analogy for.
Those are the only two points I've made, and neither of them require any engineering or phd background...analogies are a function of reading comprehension and logic, and yours is failing. I'm sure you know more about gait than I do, but that's really not relevant.
You may indeed be extremely intelligent, but argument is not your strong point. And adding in your academic qualifications hardly changes that. Sorry bro.
Someone With Advanced Degrees of His Own
I agree with everything you said, but I think you're being trolled. I won't let myself believe that someone with a PhD doesn't think leg length correlates with stride length (given the same amount of force in pushing off). I mean, seriously?