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The Equation of STATE for HUMAN RACE ! oooooh......Lets put our thinking cap ON

The Equation of STATE for HUMAN RACE !  oooooh......Lets put our thinking cap ON
Posted By: jamal Abraham on August 20, 2010

All pure substances found on earth are characterized by property values. A equation that relates the pressure, temperature, and volume of a substance is called the equation of state. The same idea applies to the human races found on earth. At any give time, a substance are in either state; SOLID, LIQUID OR GAS. Black people by in large are in a state of solid on earth while the white people exist as a state of gas. The Chinese are liquid but fast moving to a state of gas in a few more years.

Lets explain; the equation of state predicts the Pressure, volume or Temperature of an ideal gas given specified control conditions. In Human terms, pressure is related to challenges of life; volume is expanse of territory or land and temperature relates to knowledge and work ethic.



Black people are not handling the challenges of life very good so are highly dependant on other races. They are as a SOLID. In a solid, molecules are moving slowly around fixed positions. In a Liquid, molecules are moving a little faster. But, still somewhat contraint due to a property of known as viscosity. White People are in the Gaseous state where the molecules are moving very fast taking up more volume. There is much to this but I have oversimplified it to convey the point. With the Equation of state understood, one can learn how to move from the solid state to a liquid or gaseous state.....the key is grasping the fundamentals of MATH AND SCIENCE then UTILIZING THE TECHNOLOGY.

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