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Old 2010-03-30, 09:31   #34
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Old 2010-03-30, 14:04   #35
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bin ... binary
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Old 2010-04-01, 08:01   #36
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That appears to be only in the inhabited space. This one has a feed from an experiment chamber.
http://www.cyriak.co.uk/lhc/lhc-webcams.html
Today CERN distributes free blacks holes,
those interested to get it run
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Old 2010-04-01, 08:24   #37
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Wink no-i it no "Orror" ( "(e)rror" ... sorry )

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If this is so, i wonder what will remain here:

"To be or not to be..." poor Shakepeare!
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Old 2010-04-01, 08:43   #38
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Old 2010-04-01, 20:45   #39
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( it ) :

...

"POLONIO (a parte)
Che ne dite, eh? Batte sempre su mia figlia. Eppure dapprima non m'ha riconosciuto, ha detto che ero un pesciaiolo. È proprio andato. E anch'io da giovanotto a dire il vero tribolai e come per le donne, quasi fino a quel punto. Gli parlo di nuovo - Che cosa state leggendo, monsignore?

AMLETO
Parole, parole, parole.

POLONIO
E qual è il nesso, monsignore?

AMLETO
Tra chi?

POLONIO
Voglio dire, che cosa dicono le parole che leggete, monsignore.

AMLETO
Calunnie, signore. Questa birba satirica so stiene che i vecchi hanno barbe grige, facce grinzose, occhi che spurgano ambra densa e gomma di susino, e gran deficienza di senno assieme a natiche debolissime - tutte cose, signore, che anch'io credo fortissimamente e in profondo, ma non mi pare decente metterle giù in questo modo. Anche voi signor mio difatti invecchierete come me - se poteste rinculare come i granchi.

POLONIO (a parte)
Sarà pazzia ma non manca di logica. Volete mettervi a riparo dall'aria, monsignore?"

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Old 2010-04-09, 09:46   #40
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Old 2010-04-11, 08:57   #41
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Question

we wondered ... as being the difference between error and uncertainty ?

http://factordb.com/search.php?query=2^1500000**2^1500000

" ... Expression (* is infix) ... !?!?!? "


http://factordb.com/search.php?query...0000*2^1500000

( 903090 > 200000 ) !


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1023
300000

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see here :


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Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 300 seconds exceeded in /var/www/nx/parser.php on line 1131



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Old 2010-04-11, 21:04   #42
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Do not be afraid,
this is the greatest mathematician of all time, which
find the answer to infinity, you must have patience
sleep a long sleep (infinity), just "resurrected" explains all of the infinite ...

click here!

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Old 2010-04-12, 17:19   #43
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Tomer, play now ???

We have four types of frogs that jump distances with ever exactly alike ...
first type, frogs type "b"
second type, frogs type "d"
third type, frogs type "p"
fourth type, frogs type "q"

and only two individual frogs special the "y" and "j" ...

interested in knowing how to behave when "all" jump along a straight line, infinite?
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Old 2010-04-12, 18:33   #44
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Do these frogs jump on the straight line, or random walk?
frogs "primes" just jump on a straight line!
frog "y" only goes its own way is always the same (ignore the others).
frog "j" as a frog "y" but a monotonous longest jump ...
if "y" long 2
guess length "j" (?) we say "c" (!) ...
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