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  1. I'm not sure what equations you are solving for but you could solve the partial differential heat equation and do a temperature map of the engine if you approximated as a simple geometry. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_equation
  2. Mate, do I really have to batter this point to death? There is a tide of euroscepticism growing across Europe and it is not uniquely British - that was my point. If a poll says 47% of Dutch want a referendum on their membership who is to say they won't get a referendum? Moreover, these polls are taken before the Brexit result. Who knows what the newest polls show? The 'plebs' must simply be asked. Why so one sided in your examples? How about Osborne's emergency tax hikes and spending cuts? Or Cameron's WWIII scaremongering? Politicians will spin stories and spew propaganda - it
  3. Then why doesn't the EU open its borders to the world? Stop being so discriminatory! I'm sure millions of people would love to take advantage of Germany's high minimum wage and the welfare state benefits - can you blame them? [1] http://www.nltimes.nl/2016/06/27/dutch-narrowly-nexit-70-low-educated-favor/ [2] http://www.nltimes.nl/2016/06/21/majority-dutch-also-want-referendum-eu-membership/ The principle is that the people of Europe must be asked whether they want to be part of this ever increasingly political union.
  4. Why is it patronising to mention sushi bars in Soho? Why mention that Soho is the most liberal area of London? Why mention sushi being a Japanese tradition? Why say the Japanese people have no need to go anywhere?... If not to portray my comments as xenophobic, a consistent tactic used by those opposing 'leave'. A life out of the common fisheries policy, the common agricultural policy and a weak pound to support manufacturing and exports, I think a lot of people in rural England and Wales have a lot to look forward to.
  5. It's funny how you read racism into everything. So I'm a racist am I? Well I can happily tell you I'm half Asian, I don't need a lecture on multi-racial tolerance from you . Let me expand and explain my sushi bar comment: If you think your career in the state funded medical profession will lead to your poverty in the coming years then I deeply regret that. Leaving the EU may be bad for the big banks and the multinationals in London, i.e. less money spent at the sushi bars, but I really don't think the people in Bolton give a toss.
  6. I never said the Dutch wanted to leave the EU, did I? I said they wanted a say on their membership. A British local can't immigrate to the UK because they are already in the UK. Thus, only people outside the UK can immigrate to the UK. Ergo, a single immigration policy which is applied to all non-UK nationals is, by definition, non-discriminatory. I'm not surprised
  7. Really? Yea I guess there won't be as many sushi bars in Soho. The question on the ballot paper had nothing to do with Scottish independence - it asked whether the UK should remain as part of the EU. Anyone who voted remain to keep the Scots in the UK missed the point. Anyways, what's wrong with an independent Scotland? It's certainly not for the English to decide. Why is it so hard for you to accept that the two groups of people want different things? Yup, 'the plebs are too stupid' aren't they? It is exactly this kind of arrogant, elitist attitude which cost the remain side t
  8. Whether you agree with the result or not, most people would agree that the referendum held on the 23rd June was a great exercise of democracy –many people across Europe (the Dutch especially) would also like their own say on European Union membership but currently do not have the opportunity [1]. Hence, this event is truly unique and monumental in that after 41 years since the referendum on UK’s membership of the Common Market in 1975, the people of the UK were once again consulted on their opinion. This topic is controversial and emotive, there will clearly be a large variety of opinion. Ther
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