## August 2010

ayoo jus wonderinn, who exactlyy who yu bee?

Hey meng, it’s Tom Rae, yo.

What it be, dude?

“As we grow up, we learn that even the one person that wasn’t supposed to ever let us down, probably will. You’ll have your heart broken and you’ll break others’ hearts. You’ll fight with your best friend and you’ll cry because time is flying by. So take too many pictures, laugh too much, forgive freely, and love like you’ve never been hurt. Life comes with no guarantees, no time outs, no second chances. You just have to live life to the fullest, tell someone what they mean to you and tell someone off, speak out, dance in the pouring rain, hold someone’s hand, comfort a friend, fall asleep watching the sun come up, stay up late, be a flirt, and smile until your face hurts. Don’t be afraid to take chances or fall in love and most of all, live in the moment.”—

**-Unknown **

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Good Lord it’s SO true.

Justwanted to say hi and thanks for the follow ^^

Hi :D

You’re welcome, it’s a pleasure :)

And

Have a nice day ^_^

Some math stuff I found that I haven't seen before.

A Mathematician, a Biologist and a Physicist are sitting in a

street cafe watching people going in and coming out of the house on

the other side of the street.

First they see two people going into the house. Time passes.

After a while they notice three persons coming out of the house.

The Physicist: “The measurement wasn’t accurate”.

The Biologist’s conclusion: “They have reproduced”.

The Mathematician: “If now exactly 1 person enters the house then

it will be empty again.”

—> http://spot.pcc.edu/~tsieber/bizarre_math_stuff.html

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How many mathematicians does it take to screw in a light bulb?

If *k* mathematicians can change a light bulb and if one more simply watches them do it, then *k*+1 mathematicians will have changed the lightbulb. Therefore, by induction, for all *n* in the positive integers, *n* mathematicians can change a light bulb.

—> http://spot.pcc.edu/~tsieber/bizarre_math_stuff.html

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**Word Problem From Hell:**

A rope over the top of a fence has the same length on each side and weighs one-third of a pound per foot. On one end hangs a monkey holding a banana, and on the other end a weight equal to the weight of the monkey. The banana weighs 2 ounces per inch. The length of the rope in feet is the same as the age of the monkey, and the weight of the monkey in ounces is as much as the age of the monkeys mother. The combined ages of the monkey and its mother are 30 years. One-half the weight of the monkey plus the weight of the banana is one-fourth the sum of the weights of the rope and the weight. The monkeys mother is one half as old as the monkey will be when it is three times as old as its mother was when she was one half as old as the monkey will be when it is as old as its mother will be when she is four times as old as the monkey was when it was twice as old as its mother was when she was one third as old as the monkey was when it was as old as its mother was when she was three times as old as the monkey was when it was one fourth as old as it is now. How long is the banana?

—> http://spot.pcc.edu/~tsieber/bizarre_math_stuff.html

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“

A Brief History of Gravity

It filled Gallileo with mirth

To watch his two stones fall to Earth

“Their rates are the same,”

He gladly proclaimed,

“And quite independent of girth!”

Then Newton declared in due course

His own law of Gravity’s force,

“It goes, I declare,

As the inverted square

Of the distance from object to source.”

Next Einstein revealed his equation

Which succeeds to describe gravitation

As spacetime that’s curved

And it’s this that will serve

As the planets’ unique motivation.

But the end of the story’s not written,

By a new way of thinking we’re smitten.

We twist and we turn

Attempting to learn

The Superstring Theory of Witten.

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I love this :D