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    Dont know where to put this, but it should fit here.

    A German 16-year-old has become the first person to solve a mathematical problem posed by Sir Isaac Newton more than 300 years ago.

    Shouryya Ray worked out how to calculate exactly the path of a projectile under gravity and subject to air resistance, The (London) Sunday Times reported.


    Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/05/27/ge.../#ixzz1w8FBisGe

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/05/27/ge...r-isaac-newton/

    Maybe in a few years there will be pin point data for long range shooting or more accurate electronic weapon systems.

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    So, How do we know it's the right answer since it hasn't been solved in 300yrs.? What makes everybody think this 16 yoa male got the answer correct? Not discounting it, but if your the first person to solve something that hasn't been solved in 300yrs. how do you know it's correct?
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      Travis you can hold the apple while we use his dope to sight in!
      "No sword? Use a stick. No stick? Use a rock. No rock? Use your fists and feet! Lose your life, but make the enemy pay!"

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        Right.....lol
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          You need to watch Big Bang Theory....lol....lee
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