Discussion in 'PatsFans.com - Patriots Fan Forum' started by mosslost, Apr 4, 2019.
It’s just another fascinating facet of BB’s story. These people : Ernie, the character coach, the mysterious computer geek... there is enough material to write a book if you only focused on the staff members he’s valued over the last few decades.
Ernie's plan needs more #PinkStripes.
Good to see you back on track. The 30 minute thread was a rare whiff.
it was definitely a stretch no question.
I had hoped it had some abstract appeal. But the best artists do fail occasionally and the only failure ultimately is to fail to press on. "per se"
What a dumbass conclusion based on scientifically illiterate assumptions.
1. You cannot use relative values. Use absolute values and you'll hopefully see that Ernie is fully on board.
Is there an easier chart to read? Holy Christ man.
2. Ernie's "Pink Stripes" text message was sent six months before the season started. No relevance whatsoever. Such utter bullshyt.
3. Timelines matter statistically. Even as an anomaly. Get it?????
Ernie and Pink Stripes will be in full force next season.
Stumbling my ass.
Great Googly Moogly
Ernie's doing the "Dirty Work"
I can't remember, did I start this thread?
Tom Brady = Higgs boson
What the heck. I never expected to see the Standard Model on a patriots forum.
Where did you find the slide?
I'd be interested in a poll asking how many forum members actually understand what it is.
How many of us have had graduate level Physics courses?
Frankly I find the complexities of the NFL far harder to understand than Gauge theory...
This isn’t like most football forums
I’m a total amateur, though. I know of the god particle through some leisurely reading about the LHC and dabbling around the net in my spare time. The concepts fascinate me, but I could never go beyond the basics personally.
We're gonna need a bigger book.
I never even made it to the Physics 101 class.........but I do understand the concept of Brady being the Higgs Bosum as he is a football God !
This is for all you, like me, that want to forget that you stumbled in here:
I spent a year in the MIT astrophysics PhD program before dropping out because (a) wasn't as interesting as I was expecting, and (b) because I realized that an astrophysics PhD was stuck either working for JPL or at a college, which means you have very little control over where you live. So I dropped out and (it was the very early 90s) went into software engineering where I've been since. (Physics types becoming quants was later in the decade.)
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