Talk Nerdy To Me ;)



08012017, 03:37 PM




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"Let the waters settle and you will see the moon and stars mirrored in your own being." Rumi 

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08012017, 03:41 PM




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"Let the waters settle and you will see the moon and stars mirrored in your own being." Rumi 

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08012017, 03:59 PM




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The Israeli government once officially invited Albert Einstein to be its president, a figurehead position that doesn't really have any executive power. He politely declined this generous offer, citing his lack of qualifications for the role.
If we came from dust, then why is there still dust? 

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08012017, 04:23 PM




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(08012017 02:35 PM)Kernel Sohcahtoa Wrote: Let G be a group with the general operation *; thus, we can denote this as <G,*>. By the definition of a group, the elements in <G,*> will be associative [a*(b*c)=(a*b)*c.] and will possess an identity element e (for example, a*e=a and e*a=a) along with an inverse (for example, a*a'=e and a'*a=e). pffftt .... that's not nerdy. #sigh 

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08012017, 04:49 PM




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(08012017 04:23 PM)GirlyMan Wrote:(08012017 02:35 PM)Kernel Sohcahtoa Wrote: Let G be a group with the general operation *; thus, we can denote this as <G,*>. By the definition of a group, the elements in <G,*> will be associative [a*(b*c)=(a*b)*c.] and will possess an identity element e (for example, a*e=a and e*a=a) along with an inverse (for example, a*a'=e and a'*a=e). "Let the waters settle and you will see the moon and stars mirrored in your own being." Rumi 

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08012017, 05:31 PM




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Skepticism is not a position; it is an approach to claims. Science is not a subject, but a method. 

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08012017, 07:44 PM




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(08012017 05:31 PM)Chas Wrote:(08012017 03:41 PM)jennybee Wrote: Watt a Btuful thing to say "Let the waters settle and you will see the moon and stars mirrored in your own being." Rumi 

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08012017, 07:48 PM




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I am truly drawn to mathematical beauty, and this here graph is about as sexy as it gets. It's weird, but I get immense satisfaction from solving mathematical problems. I love to kill the Sudoku in the paper in the morning. I do them in ink. When I taught math in high school, I didn't try to solve the problems ahead of time. I'd just work them out on the chalkboard in front of the students, unrehearsed. Tremendous satisfaction in that. But then, I had to do some crazy derivations in university, both in math and physics, which made those fairly trivial (but didn't remove the beauty or satisfaction).


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08012017, 07:50 PM
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(08012017 07:48 PM)Fireball Wrote:The fact that e is in that equation still blows my damn mind. lol I was introduced to all of these concepts separately with no context, and then one day the teacher was like, "Here's an equation that relates imaginary numbers, trigonometry, and natural logs" and I was like wuuuuhhhhhhh If we came from dust, then why is there still dust? 

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08012017, 10:14 PM




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(08012017 07:48 PM)Fireball Wrote: I am truly drawn to mathematical beauty, and this here graph is about as sexy as it gets. It's weird, but I get immense satisfaction from solving mathematical problems. I love to kill the Sudoku in the paper in the morning. I do them in ink. When I taught math in high school, I didn't try to solve the problems ahead of time. I'd just work them out on the chalkboard in front of the students, unrehearsed. Tremendous satisfaction in that. But then, I had to do some crazy derivations in university, both in math and physics, which made those fairly trivial (but didn't remove the beauty or satisfaction). This is awesome. Thank you for posting Euler's formula. I absolutely enjoyed using Euler's formula to find complex roots to second order differential equations. I also thought that the following variant of Euler's formula, which was retrieved via Paul's online notes, was very cool: e^iθ = cos(θ) + isin(θ)=cos(θ)  isin(θ). Live long and prosper, Fireball. "I'm fearful when I see people substituting fear for reason." Klaatu, from The Day The Earth Stood Still (1951) 

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