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images that make you go "hmmm"

Discussion in 'General Chatter' started by Technicality, Oct 28, 2017.

  1. devils-avocado

    devils-avocado tired and gay

    hamzardous
     
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  2. BaseDeltaZero

    BaseDeltaZero Shitposting all night.

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    Ah, yes... 'bulletproof'.
     
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  3. fowlJ

    fowlJ Member

    To be, fair, for all we know there could be tubes on the inside that are still fine.
     
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  4. shmeed

    shmeed plant me

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  5. Verily

    Verily invests her cash in stock in Cyber Disney

    That ceiling fan has got to go. That thing is singlehandedly tearing the room apart. Like the opposite of a good rug.

    Also the statue is probably too tall for the space but the ceiling fan is a worse problem imo.
     
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  6. Wingyl

    Wingyl Allegedly Magic

    why is it also lights
     
  7. Verily

    Verily invests her cash in stock in Cyber Disney

    Ceiling fan with lights is a pretty common combination around here. I think it’s because the middle of the room is a pretty good place for overhead lighting and you’ve got to run the wiring anyway for the fan, so might as well get as much use as possible.

    My objection is the color and style compared to everything else in the room. It’s bulky, rounded, and silver instead of spare and some color that would match. Its bigness also makes the ceiling seem even lower compared to the awkwardly tall statue.
     
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  8. vuatson

    vuatson [delurks]

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    is this cursed?
     
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  9. Lebesgue Integreat

    Lebesgue Integreat Lesbian Intrigue

    Nah, it's a helpful friend who wants to make sure you remember to eat your fruit.
     
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  10. GlassesBlu

    GlassesBlu Be kind, viciously

    EAT YOUR FRUIT
    EAT YOUR FRUIT
    EAT YOUR FRUIT
    EAT YOUR FRUIT
    EAT YOUR FRUIT
    EAT YOUR FRUIT



    NUTRITIOUS!
     
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  11. Lebesgue Integreat

    Lebesgue Integreat Lesbian Intrigue

    Alternately:

    EAT YOUR FRUIT EAT YOUR FRUIT EAT YOUR FRUIT
    EAT YOUR FRUIT EAT YOUR FRUIT EAT YOUR FRUIT

    NUTRITIOUS!
     
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  12. Technicality

    Technicality All's fair in love and shitposting

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  13. Technicality

    Technicality All's fair in love and shitposting

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  14. Technicality

    Technicality All's fair in love and shitposting

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  15. palindromordnilap

    palindromordnilap Well-Known Member

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  16. Verily

    Verily invests her cash in stock in Cyber Disney

    They forgot to rotate their triangle 90 degrees with respect to the plane of the graph. Then I dunno what happens.
     
  17. Verily

    Verily invests her cash in stock in Cyber Disney

    Ohhhhhh I think I get it. It’s an equation dealing with measurements of size. Direction, which would be what a negative value implies, has no meaning here. In order to accommodate imaginary numbers, the pythagorean theorem needs absolute value markers around each value. The only reason they’re not already there is because in cases without imaginary numbers, squaring the value will always give you a positive answer, making them redundant.

    So |x^2| + |y^2| = |1| + |-1| = 2

    The hypotenuse is the square root of 2.
     
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  18. Verily

    Verily invests her cash in stock in Cyber Disney

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    Actual math people, plz to weigh in?
     
  19. palindromordnilap

    palindromordnilap Well-Known Member

    I didn't really pay attention to high school math, but I think the point is that it kinda doesn't really work at all when approached in terms of the complex plane, and should just be considered as geometric x/y coordinates, in which case it's definitely the square root of 2.
     
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  20. Lebesgue Integreat

    Lebesgue Integreat Lesbian Intrigue

    Yeah, this is mostly just a succinct example of why you don't apply concepts of real numbers to complex numbers. I can't go too into depth because I never took complex analysis but essentially this can be a nice disproof of the claim "The Pythagorian Theorem holds in the Complex number system" is what I'm thinking.

    Edit: also the i length side should not go up to 1 on the y axis, in fact it should be at 0 on the y axis because the y axis is in the real plane rather than the imaginary plane but that's really not the issue here, I just hate leaving things like that unsaid.
     
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