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Here is a poem that I wrote:

Windy Calm NightDay

In a field of a particular type,
there is a given quantity of vegetation,
if it is growing, dying, or existing at all.
A warmcool windcalm causes an immortal cycle that ceases to be,
even before the DayNight's comings and goings begin to end anew.
Here in the place of a very precise and arbitrary time,
where events can rightly and/or wrongly be said to occur.
The Sounding Bird is found in a box consisting of no structure,
and of the Sounding Bird within or without,
we should not apply the denotation of birds and animals,
or associations that the mind has made to things and words.
But rather see blindly what is nothing and/or everything,
until the amount of time that is not known has passed
and the NightDay is here again at last.

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Sat 10 Jan, 2015 12:32 am - An awesome model :o Even if its not a perfect representation of reality, it is amazing that it can replicate so many features of QM (no entanglement though). Now all we need to do is build the... (view)
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Sun 18 May, 2014 09:12 pm - That's ok on the problems. Did you ever have to take a course in tensor calculus? I guess I mean do you think a seperate knowledge of tensor calculus must be built up before you take GR. I... (view)
Fri 16 May, 2014 06:09 am - I completely forgot about the kinematic equations for rotational motion. Thanks for the reminder. I looked through an old general physics book and scratched my head a little then went to the... (view)
Wed 14 May, 2014 09:00 pm - [quote=Brandon][i][size=85]A constant force of 2 Newtons is used to pull the end of a wire so that it unwinds from a cylindrical spool, which is free to rotate about its stationary, horizontal... (view)
Fri 21 Mar, 2014 09:28 am - I think of logical inconsistency as hypocrisy in choosing to apply reasons to support certain situations or ideas but not to support similar or for the purpose of some argument other identical... (view)
Tue 18 Mar, 2014 06:32 pm - I got Q too. I did not think of myself as Q. I feel like I could just as easily be Laforge. But ultimate power is nice. I ran the test again but I picked a few different options that... (view)
Fri 3 Jan, 2014 11:02 pm - Assume jumper height is 6 ft. Then assume center of mass of jumper is 3 ft. So center of mass moves 7 -3 ft = 4 ft on Earth. Assume same energy expended on Earth is expended on Moon. (Let hi... (view)
Tue 31 Dec, 2013 11:59 am - I think I see what you were doing now. You were using the binomial probability function: P(x) = (n!/[(n-x)!x!])*(p^x)*(q^(n-x)) where n-># of trials x-># of successes (the # of times... (view)
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