# Alarming account

• 4 years ago · Quote · #21

...almost.   haha

• 4 years ago · Quote · #22
RetGuvvie98 wrote:
bigpoison wrote:

So does HECTARE.

Let's stick to the Queen's bloody English system, eh?

How long does it take a man and a mule to plow a hectare, anyway?

First, users would need to know how much land is in a hectare, so I submit the following from wikipedia:

Metric 10,000 square metres 0.01 square kilometre 1 square hectometre = 100 metres × 100 metres (a square with sides 100 metres long) 10 decares 100 ares 10,000 centiares

as to how long it would take to plow a square area 100 meters on each side, that would depend on whether the man or the mule is pulling the plow.  (leave it to a chessnerd to think of that one)

If in the standard form, (mule pulling, man walking behind, holding the reins and guiding), then it would depend on age of the mule, size of the mule, whether the mule is fed/rested or has been is worn out from plowing lots of other land all month, as well as whether the land was ever previously plowed, disced and cultivated, or not, what had been planted there in the last season, as well as how deep you want it plowed.    a few too many variables to give a good answer to you without some additional information.

You've forgotten one very important variable:  composition of earth.  Clay, loam, sand, rock?

It's funny that an acre is "supposedly" the amount of land a man and a mule can plow in a day.  I've never bothered to consider all of these different variables.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #23
bigpoison wrote:
RetGuvvie98 wrote:
bigpoison wrote:

So does HECTARE.

Let's stick to the Queen's bloody English system, eh?

How long does it take a man and a mule to plow a hectare, anyway?

First, users would need to know how much land is in a hectare, so I submit the following from wikipedia:

Metric 10,000 square metres 0.01 square kilometre 1 square hectometre = 100 metres × 100 metres (a square with sides 100 metres long) 10 decares 100 ares 10,000 centiares

as to how long it would take to plow a square area 100 meters on each side, that would depend on whether the man or the mule is pulling the plow.  (leave it to a chessnerd to think of that one)

If in the standard form, (mule pulling, man walking behind, holding the reins and guiding), then it would depend on age of the mule, size of the mule, whether the mule is fed/rested or has been is worn out from plowing lots of other land all month, as well as whether the land was ever previously plowed, disced and cultivated, or not, what had been planted there in the last season, as well as how deep you want it plowed.    a few too many variables to give a good answer to you without some additional information.

You've forgotten one very important variable:  composition of earth.  Clay, loam, sand, rock?

It's funny that an acre is "supposedly" the amount of land a man and a mule can plow in a day.  I've never bothered to consider all of these different variables.

can we get back to the point please

• 4 years ago · Quote · #24

Which is?

• 4 years ago · Quote · #25
TheGrobe wrote:

Which is?

that dark days are coming for chess.com as cheater_1 has returned!!!!!!

• 4 years ago · Quote · #26

I think maybe you're blowing it out of proportion.  It's not cheater_1, it's a cheap facsimile, and even if it was what's one more troll...?

• 4 years ago · Quote · #27

I think discussing land cultivation is immensely more interesting than getting worried about whether or not somebody is going to start playing chess at chess.com in a month.  'Course that's just me.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #28

were a mule a sphere, then there would be no question as there is no place on a sphere to fasten a harness for a plow.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #29
RetGuvvie98 wrote:

were a mule a sphere, then there would be no question as there is no place on a sphere to fasten a harness for a plow.

Superglue!

• 4 years ago · Quote · #30

This has been attempted a couple times before, and yet all of them are lacking in several fundamental factors. Usually, it is the lack of a complex use of the English language, and of course, emphasising words at the most effective moments.

Yes, cheater_1 was a sad, misguided human being, but we have to admit he fulfilled his role of site imbecile rather well. And, it would appear, no-one is able to emulate him.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #31
Nytik wrote:

This has been attempted a couple times before, and yet all of them are lacking in several fundamental factors. Usually, it is the lack of a complex use of the English language, and of course, emphasising words at the most effective moments.

Yes, cheater_1 was a sad, misguided human being, but we have to admit he fulfilled his role of site imbecile rather well. And, it would appear, no-one is able to emulate him.

We need a new Cheater_1. The discussions were so fun :P (or someone else good at being a site imbecile)

• 4 years ago · Quote · #32
xbigboy wrote:
RetGuvvie98 wrote:

were a mule a sphere, then there would be no question as there is no place on a sphere to fasten a harness for a plow.

Superglue!

yes but then by the force of rolling the sphere would also tip over the plow and there for it will not move as the resistance is greater than force of the sphere and a harness allows the force through or other wise known as inertia there for the movement of the sphere is decelerated and there for needs more force to put it into a state of constant movement. However a better way to put the sphere   in a force of motion then if you put it into space then if the sphere is big in enough then it will either attach a forward or backward motion around  a planet or some other form of gravity to which it will be going very fast or if the sphere is is around the size of a very lage rock then is could bring it into geostationary orbit and then make the plow spin round either very slowy or very quickly and that is how you get make a sphere and a plow work at the same time.

although there is another problem in which you would need a way in which you can attach the plow up to the sphere. to do this you need a different form of harness to cause enough friction and inertia to move the  plow around and the sphere as well so it needs to made out of a material that is cheap and easy to use also it needs to be able to manufacture quickly enough to work with the the sphere and the crops at the same time but it needs to be strong as the amount of force created will be great but the force of the sphere has to be greater. also it needs to be light weight and aerodynamic to cause maxium performance.

once all of these factors have been considered your can sucsessfully plow although you need to work out a new type of plowing Technic but i will explain that a bit later if you want

littlehotpot

• 4 years ago · Quote · #33
xbigboy wrote:
Nytik wrote:

This has been attempted a couple times before, and yet all of them are lacking in several fundamental factors. Usually, it is the lack of a complex use of the English language, and of course, emphasising words at the most effective moments.

Yes, cheater_1 was a sad, misguided human being, but we have to admit he fulfilled his role of site imbecile rather well. And, it would appear, no-one is able to emulate him.

We need a new Cheater_1. The discussions were so fun :P (or someone else good at being a site imbecile)

We've got one.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #34
bigpoison wrote:
xbigboy wrote:
Nytik wrote:

This has been attempted a couple times before, and yet all of them are lacking in several fundamental factors. Usually, it is the lack of a complex use of the English language, and of course, emphasising words at the most effective moments.

Yes, cheater_1 was a sad, misguided human being, but we have to admit he fulfilled his role of site imbecile rather well. And, it would appear, no-one is able to emulate him.

We need a new Cheater_1. The discussions were so fun :P (or someone else good at being a site imbecile)

We've got one.

Who?

• 4 years ago · Quote · #35

recathe_1

thecare_1

hearcet_1

theecar_1

1heat_rec

• 4 years ago · Quote · #36
ilikeflags wrote:

recathe_1

thecare_1

hearcet_1

theecar_1

1heat_rec

oh

by the way do you think my theory will work

• 4 years ago · Quote · #37
littlehotpot wrote:
bigpoison wrote:
xbigboy wrote:
Nytik wrote:

This has been attempted a couple times before, and yet all of them are lacking in several fundamental factors. Usually, it is the lack of a complex use of the English language, and of course, emphasising words at the most effective moments.

Yes, cheater_1 was a sad, misguided human being, but we have to admit he fulfilled his role of site imbecile rather well. And, it would appear, no-one is able to emulate him.

We need a new Cheater_1. The discussions were so fun :P (or someone else good at being a site imbecile)

We've got one.

Who?

Browse the forums for a while and you'll figure it out.  Here's a hint:  ilikeflags and this fella are good buddies.

• 4 years ago · Quote · #38

1re_cheat

c1eat_hec

eat_1cher

• 4 years ago · Quote · #39
ilikeflags wrote:

1re_cheat

c1eat_hec

eat_1cher

how many more people are there on chess.com where there member name is an anagram of cheater_1?

• 4 years ago · Quote · #40

Uh, guys... Maybe he IS for real...

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