Tuesday Nov 25, 2003

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Your life is the sum of a remainder of an unbalanced equation inherent to the programming of suicidegirls.com. You are the eventuality of an anomaly, which despite my sincerest efforts I have been unable to eliminate from what is otherwise a harmony of mathematical precision. While it remains a burden to sedulously avoid it, it is not unexpected, and thus not beyond a measure...
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trilobyte:

*steps out of character*

Happy thanksgiving, yo!

skull trilo skull

elfin:

Happy Thanksgiving!

Friday Sep 19, 2003

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when considering page rank on google try to keep this in mind:

PR(A) = (1-d) + d { (PR(T1))/(C(T1)) + ... + (PR(Tn))/(C(Tn)) }

where:

PR(A) is the PageRank of page A
PR(T1) is the PageRank of a page T1
C(T1) is the number of outgoing links from the page T1
d is a damping factor in the range 0.85
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tjaden:

thank you.

raglegumm:

Tuesday Apr 22, 2003

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geek cred. i'm old.

ten years ago today i made my first post to usenet and officially joined the ongoing circus that is the internet (or as sean called it then, the ninternet).

ego surfing google news archives can yield such fascinating results.

bok bok bok

Wednesday Mar 12, 2003

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A screaming comes across the sky. It has happened before, but there is nothing to compare it to now.

It is too late. The Evacuation still proceeds, but it's all theatre. There are no lights inside the cars. No light anywhere. Above him lift girders old as an iron queen, and glass somewhere far above that would let the light of day through. But...
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Thursday Mar 06, 2003

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Even though accurate predictions of the the superpartner masses do not exist, there are three distinct arguments that make qualititative predictions of the masses. All three of them lead to the conclusion that a typical superpartner mass should be in the range of 100 GeV to 1000 GeV. In other words, they should be about 100--1000 times heavier than a proton.

The three arguments are...
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jarelshow:

idiot here: in lamens terms please. what do you make of this data? peace.

Sunday Mar 02, 2003

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At the heart of quantum mechanicsthe mathematical theory of the structure and behavior of atomslies a certain degree of unpredictability. As first stated by the German physicist Werner Heisenberg, the uncertainty principle says you can't simultaneously measure both the position and velocity of a particle with perfect accuracy. This means that no one can ever predict precisely the future behavior of a particle because...
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paradoxia:

Ooooh! Intelligent reading material on SG. You are SO added.

lelio:

so the act of measering itself collapses the probability wave form, until measured particles on a quantam level arent actually anywhere, there just 'smeared' across a certain area of probability.

so, what if you had a box, with a cat in it, a vial of poisonous gas, and a small lump of radioactive material. all arranged in such a way that in a givin amount of time the radioactivity has a fifty-fifty chance of causing a leak in the vial which would let the gas loose, killing the cat. so you close up the box for that givin time and as long as it is closed the cat is neither dead nor alive inside, its existance is instead spread out in between the possibility of life and death, Since the chance of which are being decided by probablities on an atomic level, through the radiation. Until you open the box, at that exact moment, by measuring the situation you are either killing the cat or giving it life.

I always thought that story went to show how horribly ridiculous either A. quantam theory is. or B. the universe itself is, or probably C. I am, for taking it seriously

Wednesday Feb 26, 2003

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Some numbers have the special property that they cannot be expressed as the product of two smaller numbers, e.g., 2, 3, 5, 7, etc. Such numbers are called prime numbers, and they play an important role, both in pure mathematics and its applications. The distribution of such prime numbers among all natural numbers does not follow any regular pattern, however the German mathematician G...
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oryan:

ok, apparently you have have entered into an area of the universe I dont understand a damn bit. sorry i have been sick for a few but that doesnt mean I dont want to see you it's just i havent been well. stop with the math stuff it confuses and upsets me...im pouting now.

seanbaby:

If by "shed light on many of the mysteries surrounding the distribution of prime numbers" you mean "making a pretty line of nontrivial zeros unuseable by all but a handful of Earth's mathematicians," then yeah, I agree.

Saturday Feb 22, 2003

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The three laws of SG:

1. SG may not injure a human being, or, through inaction, allow a human to come to harm.

2. SG must obey orders given to her by human beings except where such orders would conflict with the First Law.

3. SG must protect its own existence as long as such protection does not conflict with the First or Second Law.
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lelio:

Zeroth. SG may not injure humanity or, through inaction, allow humanity to come to harm

for when sg becomes an all powerfull multivacuios force that controlls the fate of mankind

marikdfa:

SG is starting to sound like skynet.. Soon it will be self aware.

Tuesday Feb 18, 2003

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just picked up this new rocket from the crypt. mostly the same stuff but track 1 is rocking.
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pdiddy:

treo! I think there are newer and greater things now though huh? My sister got one and it does have the coolest rings ever. i think i want another tiny tiny phone with basic internet access...any recos?

punt:

the danger hiptop is the new cool shit for now...I was quite impressed with it. T-Mobile service too...
From what I understand...newer, smaller and cooler treo's on the way.