Ponytail: This is called Bell's Theorem. It was first- [A double-headed arrow points to Ponytail and then exits the frame crossing into the next frame where it points to Cueball. The arrow is split in two parts and in the center across the border of the two frames is a label:] 5 meters [Cueball, facing left. In a small frame breaking the top of the large frame is a caption: The theory goes that, because the air on top of the wing is traveling faster, it must, as a result of Bernoulli's Principle, create an area of lower pressure above the wing; this causes lift (that is, the wing rises) because the higher pressure below the wing (symbolized by thick up arrow) pushes it up more than the low pressure above the wing xkcd.com is best viewed with Netscape Navigator 4.0 or below on a Pentium 3±1 emulated in Javascript on an Apple IIGS at a screen resolution of 1024x1. Please enable your ad blockers, disable high-heat drying, and remove your device from Airplane Mode and set it to Boat Mode. For security reasons, please leave caps lock on while browsing Honestly, seeing e, pi, and i isn't that farfetched, since quite a few applications of number theory to coordinate systems (in the computer-ey sense) take familiar XY coordinates, make them polar, and call them to complex numbers, with a bunch of operations done by multiplying by e to some complex power or other. And wherever waves go, pi goes... Coming from nothing more than a high-school background, this whole system can be rather jarring, and difficult to understand. I'm just glad I. ** xkcd's password generation scheme requires the user to have a list of 2048 common words (log 2 (2048) = 11)**. For any attack we must assume that the attacker knows our password generation algorithm, but not the exact password. In this case the attacker knows the 2048 words, and knows that we selected 4 words, but not which words. The number of combinations of 4 words from this list of words is (

138k members in the xkcd community. /r/xkcd is the subreddit for the popular webcomic xkcd by Randall Munroe. Come to discuss the comics and other Press J to jump to the feed. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Log In Sign Up. User account menu. Congratulations Randall! You influenced Google trends. For Arrow's Theorem. Since correlation == causation. Close. 1. r/xkcd. /r/xkcd is the subreddit for the popular webcomic xkcd by Randall Munroe. Come to discuss the comics and other work by Randall with other fans. 141k. Members xkcd.com is best viewed with Netscape Navigator 4.0 or below on a Pentium 3±1 emulated in Javascript on an Apple IIGS. at a screen resolution of 1024x1. Please enable your ad blockers, disable high-heat drying, and remove your device. from Airplane Mode and set it to Boat Mode

'BackgroundColor', backColor); end end function xkcd_arrow(arrowType, xArrow, yArrow, arrowColor) if ismember(arrowType, {'left', 'right'}) xLine = linspace(xArrow(1), xArrow(2), 10); yLine = yArrow + rand(1, 10).*0.003.*ranges(2); arrowScale = 0.05.*ranges(1); if strcmp(arrowType, 'left') xArrow = xLine(1) + arrowScale.*[0 0.5 1 1 1 0.5]; yArrow = yLine(1) + arrowScale.*[0 0.125 0.25 0 -0.25 -0.125]; else xArrow = xLine(end) - arrowScale.*[0 0.5 1 1 1 0.5]; yArrow = yLine(end. Zeno's paradoxes are a set of philosophical problems generally thought to have been devised by Greek philosopher Zeno of Elea (c. 490-430 BC) to support Parmenides' doctrine that contrary to the evidence of one's senses, the belief in plurality and change is mistaken, and in particular that motion is nothing but an illusion.It is usually assumed, based on Plato's Parmenides (128a-d), that.

** Xkcd - romance**, sarcasm, math, language; The difference between scientists and normal people (see also this refinement) Interesting concepts, phenomena, theories and laws: Arrow's theorem - democratic systems are always susceptible to at least som Also, my knowledge of Skein hashing theory is virtually non-existent but being a halfway decent programmer I was able to download and run both SkeinFish (C#) and Maarten Bodewes Skein implementation (Java) locally in 1024 1024 mode with some input strings. The hashes that they gave, however, were different than the hash that xkcd returned for the same input. This may be an extremely naive. \documentclass{standalone} \usepackage{pgfplots} \usepgflibrary{arrows.meta} \usepackage{emerald} \pgfplotsset{ xkcd/.style={ decoration={ name=random steps, segment length=2pt, amplitude=0.3pt, }, line width=1pt, line join=round, line cap=round, decorate, }, } \pgfplotsset{ xkcd axis/.style={% axis on top, xkcd, every non boxed x axis/.style={ xtick align=center, enlarge x limits=true, x axis line style={-Straight Barb[round]} }, every non boxed y axis/.style={ ytick align=center, enlarge y.

I'm a Car Carnot Cycle Barnard's Star Tectonics Game Hygrometer Modified Bayes' Theorem Rock Wall Internal Monologues Horror Movies Bluetooth Data Pipeline Incoming Calls Stanislav Petrov Day Bad Opinions 6/6 Time Unfulfilling Toys Curve-Fitting Beverages Trum-Social Media Announcement Sandboxing Cycle Boathouses and Houseboats Rolle's Theorem. 1a. At every instant at which the arrow is in a place just its own size, it's at rest. (false) 2a. At every instant during its flight, the arrow is in a place just its own size. (true) 1b. During every interval throughout which the arrow stays in a place just its ow

* The Conway chained arrow notation, mentioned already, is astonishingly powerful*. The simple expression 4 -> 4 -> 4 -> 4 is already far larger than Graham's Number. In fact, it's larger than the xkcd number itself. I can't tell whether or not it's larger than the Clarkkkkson to Figure 1.1 xkcd comic pertaining to ranking - Introduction to Ranking Social Choice and Arrow's Impossibility Theorem Arrow's Impossibility Theorem Skip to search form Skip to main content > Semantic Scholar's Logo. Search. Sign In Create Free Account. You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Corpus ID: 15756027. Introduction to Ranking Social Choice and. First, let's get a few things out of the way: In real life, we can't put a metal pole between the Earth and the Moon.[1]For one, someone at NASA would probably yell at us. The end of the pole near the Moon would be pulled toward the Moon by the Moon's gravity, and the rest of it would be pulled back. Strong Arrow's Theorem (SAT) is a pretty strong theorem. It could help us understand many of the discussions at EM. BR, Juho :- Tic-tac-toe (American English), noughts and crosses (Commonwealth English and British English), or Xs and Os/X'y O'sies (Ireland), is a paper-and-pencil game for two players, X and O, who take turns marking the spaces in a 3×3 grid.The player who succeeds in placing three of their marks in a diagonal, horizontal, or vertical row is the winner

Arrow's Theorem, developed by the Nobel-winning economist Kenneth Arrow during the mid-20 th century, is a no-go theorem about elections: If a constitution has three innocuous-seeming properties, it's a dictatorship. Ning and I translated the theorem as faithfully as we knew how into our quantum voting scheme. The result, dubbed the Quantum Arrow Conjecture, rang false The following cartoon (from xkcd) summarizes the situation quite well: History of Bayes' rule (The following section was written by Alan Yuille.) Bayes Theorem is commonly ascribed to the Reverent Thomas Bayes (1701-1761) who left one hundred pounds in his will to Richard Price ``now I suppose Preacher at Newington Green.'' Price discovered two unpublished essays among Bayes's papers which he forwarded to the Royal Society. This work made little impact, however, until it was independently. Bayes' Theorem: XKCD at the beach This is roughly equal to # of times I've picked up a seashell at the ocean # of times I've picked up a seashell;...which in my case is pretty close to 1, and gets much closer if we're considering only times I didn't put it to my ear. 6. Bayes' Theorem Bayes' theorem also applies to continuous variables { say systolic and diastolic blood pressure. Von Basics bis hin zu Festmode: Shoppe deine Lieblingstrends von Arrow online im Shop. Von Basics bis hin zu Designermode: Finde alle Brands, die du liebst online im Shop

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- Arrow's impossibility theorem proves that ranked choice systems are unable to simultaneously satisfy various desirable notions of fairness. Score voting. Most resembles bagging, but differs in that it does not normalize each voter's distribution of preferences. It has many desirable properties. Because it is a cardinal voting system and not an ordinal voting system, it side-steps Arrow's.
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- Apparently, no one was in the mood to hear what Arrow's Theorem said! Debate went on, and who knows what scheme was finally chosen for the poll. My opponents' proposal, though, was the winning plan for the street. In the end it was all irrelevantâ€ all the proposals were too expensive. But the Math Factor airs weekly on a popular local radio show; I hoped that some of my neighbors.
- (3) Arrow's Impossibility Theorem — When voters have three or more distinct alternatives (options), no ranked order voting system can convert the ranked preferences of individuals into a.

It is important to note that Arrow's Impossibility Theorem only applies to ranking systems. There are alternatives ways of voting which are not ranking systems and show more promise. Moreover, whether the hypothesis of the Independence of Irrelevant Alternatives actually captures what we want in all cases is suspect. Share. Cite. Follow edited Dec 7 '16 at 2:31. answered Dec 2 '16 at 19:53. xkcd #195! Vorlesung 20 vom 16. Januar 2015: Skriptseiten (38-44, pdf, 1.6 MB) Master Theorem (engl.) Master-Theorem (deutsch) (Die dort besprochenen Versionen sind spezieller als in der Vorlesung!) Vorlesung 21 vom 21. Januar 2015: Folien (pdf, 10.4 MB) Skriptseiten (45-47, pdf, 0.7 MB) Vorlesung 22 vom 23. Januar 2015: Skriptseiten (48-50, pdf, 0.5 MB) Vorlesung 23 vom 28. Januar 2015. It.

Inspired by the recent question about xkcd styled plots I started looking at xkcd again and I came across a comic titled Click and Drag.And if you do that, you start exploring a larger drawing. A much larger drawing. How large? I don't know, but I spent about half and hour exploring it before my arm wore out It's more of a concept or a direction. However, once your numbers get transfinite, you could consider the notation as being base-infinity if you squint.. Edited by TParadox on Sep 5th 2018 at 10:47:07 A Theorem currying : Cartoon from xkcd, adapted by Alan Huang. Presentation is about: •performance •the design of proof assistants and type theories to assist with performance •the kind of performance issues I encountered •an overview of the content of the HoTT/HoTT library 17. Presentation is for: •Homotopy type theorists •Who are interested in the HoTT/HoTT library •Users of.

The following is an edited and prettified transcript of 3Blue1Brown's latest video, How (and why) to raise e to the power of a matrix. This edit is part of my application to intern with 3Blue1Brown. For context, see my previous post: making math magical. Since Newton, mankind has come t In my introductory Bayes' theorem post, I used a rainy day example to show how information about one event can change the probability of another.In particular, how seeing rainy weather patterns (like dark clouds) increases the probability that it will rain later the same day. Bayesian belief networks, or just Bayesian networks, are a natural generalization of these kinds of inferences. Chris (@chris2306) got asked how fast you would need to be going to complete a loop the loop. This is what we got. We are going to find the minimum speed you require to complete the loop, we'll do this via an energy argument. For ease, we'll ignore friction! First we need to find th Emacs is relatively easy to get started with as it's like notepad or pico and the standard arrow key bindings work, etc (and emacs supports GUIs with full menus now)... but it's an open tool. Use as many modes, keybindings, macros, custom scripts, etc, as desired. (And if the ones in the box aren't good enough, write your own or steal someone else's .el file.) - user166390 Jun 8 '12 at.

Proving the Pythagorean theorem with similarity Here is a right triangle, split along the altitude to the hypotenuse. This creates three similar triangles: ABD, CAD, and CBA. Using similarity, you can show. a 2 = c x and also b 2 = c 2-c x which is all you need to show that a 2 + b 2 = c 2 The neat part is that it requires no argument about areas at all. Posted by Russell Hanes at 4:35 AM. would it be safe to use arrow functions in all my projects? button.action += (sender) => {} @Squirrelkiller wtf that looks more like an xkcd comic than a Wikipedia image Squirrelkiller. Assume both communicate publically Let's use a base key of 3 Alice has a secret key of 2 Bob has a secret key of 4 Alice sends 5 to Bob, because it's 3+2 Bob stores 9 because it's 5+4 Bob sends 7 to Alice. ** Ray: Beef, check this out**. I got an invite to that The Dude Is Pretty Awesome In Most Measurable Ways I Mean Wow competition. Beef: Alright that is pretty sweet dogg what is your strategy gonna consist of Ray: I'm thinkin' I need to point out my best features--maybe go holdin' a sign with an arrow toward my junk. [[Ray holds up a sign saying. One of the magics of modern compilers is that they're able to theorem-prove away potentiall all [array] subscript checks. . . . You might do a little bit of checking on the outside of the loop, but inside the loop, it just screams. [The VM] had a crew of really bright people working on it for a decade, a lot of PhD compiler jockeys

I was clicking through the xkcd comics, and I came upon xkcd 2225. I didn't know about Range Voting, so decided to read about this voting system. I came up with the following problem based probability integration summation voting-theory. asked Jun 15 '20 at 23:17. Varun Vejalla. 7,400 2 2 gold badges 7 7 silver badges 38 38 bronze badges. 0. votes. 0answers 39 views How to incentivize. * View at your own risk - some of these have language, suggestive content, incorrect mathematics, and views I do not agree with*. This is Indexed Spiked Math Brown Sharpie Nathan W. Pyle English is not Commutative Questionable Content Math is delicious Irrational birthday integers Achewood Equation of the week club Algebra rap Algebra album Geometry A Softer Worl Of course, the most important idea in a calculus class is the fundamental theorem. Students find the fact the f(x) is discontinuous but F(x), the integral of f(x), is continuous challenging. Many students will not, at first, correctly identify that F(x) is continuous but not smooth at 2. Even more students think that the behavior of F(x) at 6 will be more obvious My contribution to XKCD's My number is bigger thread was acknowledged by some other posters as having probably won the thread; the thread rules specified that number specifications had to be computable (no Busy Beavers or beyond) and could not make use of a previously defined number. I also gave an argument for why my number was the largest kind of computable specification for a finite. Perimeter institute Math Pi Gravity String theory Quantum Mechanics Theoretical Dark Matter Energy Freddiew Freddiew2 Vihart Xkcd Mathematical TED TED talk Khan Academy Io9 New Scientist Simply put: cool physics and other sweet science

* Something is wrong on the internet*. It should be complexity, not purity, and the arrow should point to the left. And obviously it should be arranged so that the biologist is on top — the. Xkcd: the source 18 projects inspired by xkcd mental floss skrahs nylonathatep making slightly worse and guns git restore · today i learne Arrow is the 939th xkcd comic. 'The Return of the Boomerang' would make a great movie title . XKCD is a webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. As such, it is on my list of must read material. A.

- It is the conserved. This is the analog of Liouville's theorem; It increases when light goes through fogged glass for example. This is somewhat like the analog of the increase of entropy in mechanics
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- Sen's Impossibility Theorem. We want, but can only have 2 of 3 of the following: Pareto efficiency. The socially favored outcome is as good as or better than any alternative for the aggregated social preferences. Transitivity of preferences. If I like A > B and B > C, then I like A > C. Minimal liberalism. There are some preferences that fall.
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Here is XKCD's haiku rendition of Euclid's proof. (CW: b-word.) It's not quite right — can you remove the last word and use those two syllables to fix the proof? — But, hey, it's a hallucination. To make $\ll$ and $\gg$ in TeX, write \ll and \gg respectively. Please do not write << and >> (which will produce $$ and $>>$ )! February 2 and 4 [and much of Feb.9]: dirichlet.pdf. Data, Maps, Usability, and Performance. Over 2000 D3.js Examples and Demos. Last updated on February 2, 2014 in Data Visualizatio

The Archive of Formal Proofs is a collection of proof libraries, examples, and larger scientific developments, mechanically checked in the theorem prover Isabelle.It is organized in the way of a scientific journal, is indexed by dblp and has an ISSN: 2150-914x. Submissions are refereed 2011 Nobel Prize: Dark Energy feat. Sean Carroll 2011 Nobel Prize: Dark Energy feat. Sean Carrol **xkcd** is a webcomic by Randall Monroe. More happy face math by Kerry Chin. Math comics by Dominik Zellinger. Three logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks, Would you all like something to drink? The first logician says, I do not know. The second logician says, I do not know. The third logician says, Yes. Three logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks, Woul 7 Multivariate Analysis. Many datasets consist of several variables measured on the same set of subjects: patients, samples, or organisms. For instance, we may have biometric characteristics such as height, weight, age as well as clinical variables such as blood pressure, blood sugar, heart rate, and genetic data for, say, a thousand patients If you look at what he thinks political expertise involves, though — a conscience and a sense of justice — it's clear that he's not talking about a grasp of Arrow's impossibility theorem, but about the kind of moral intelligence that we use every day. We might re-state Protagoras' claim as follows: we all have roughly similar moral capacities (and, as a consequence, obligations)

- Figure 1.1 xkcd comic pertaining to ranking. Several chapters of this book are devoted to explaining about a dozen of the most popular ranking techniques underlying some common technologies of our day. How-ever, we note that the ranking methods we describe here are largely based in matrix analysis or optimization, our specialties. Of course, there are plenty of ranking meth- ods from other.
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- Xkcd integral. This work is ranging from 'large' operators to extensible arrow-like relations and growing arrow-like math accents that all draw from the classic Halloween-related iconography (pumpkins, witches, ghosts, cats, and so on) while being, at the same time, seamlessly integrated within the rest of the mathematics. Warning. This method should only be used after fixing the tick.
- It's notable because before order type w+1, up-arrow notation and Hyper-E notation are often used to approximate large numbers, but after that point, one special notation becomes nigh universal, mainly because of its simplicity and growth speed. Side note: In Bowers' notation, this number is about 99{{1}}101. Graatagold. E100##100#10
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- xkcd's Heartbleed Explanation It really is that simple. Posted April 11, 2014 at 9:39am. Comments . Heartbleed Bug. aaaand OpenSSL—the last one I would have expected—bites the dust. After GnuTLS last week and Apple's cute goto fail; last month, this basically means all major implementations of SSL/TLS were catastrophically broken earlier this year. Let's face it, they probably.
- How theorem provers should work: Cartoon from xkcd, adapted by Alan Huang. Presentation is about: •performance •the design of proof assistants and type theories to assist with performance •the kind of performance issues I encountered •an overview of the content of the HoTT/HoTT library 17. Presentation is for: •Homotopy type theorists •Who are interested in the HoTT/HoTT
- There is also an xkcd tribute and a commentary with links to MAA articles from Don Albers. Kenneth Arrow passed away on February 21, 2017, at the age of 95. In 1972, Arrow won the Nobel Prize in Economics for pioneering contributions to general equilibrium theory and welfare theory. The best-known example is Arrow's Impossibility Theorem, proving that under certain reasonable.
- Bowers Exploding Array Function (BEAF) is a notation for very large numbers invented by Jonathan Bowers, similar to chained arrow notation, but far stronger. It is a superset of array notation and extended array notation, both invented by Bowers.1 It has become quite famous in googology due to its simplicity and growth speed, not to mention the vast array of whimsically named numbers defined.

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Topic extraction from xkcd comics, using LDA. Contribute to cpsievert/xkcd-Topics development by creating an account on GitHub xkcd sucks [a] vitriolic and bitter collection of unwarranted nastiness about a silly and harmless comic. Saturday, June 12, 2010. Comic 752: Plot Twister. As I stated a few days ago, a mysterious fellow by the name of Kirk wrote today's post. And he did, and you can read it below. BUT FIRST, i have something important to say. More than four years ago, Achewood began perhaps its most famous. Concepts for Your Cognitive Toolkit. Beware what you wish for. Biases Affect heuristic Attribution Substitution Apophenia Approach/avoid Ambiguity avoidance/effect (variance avoidance This week's xkcd cartoon makes fun of our tendency to make simple things seem complicated. Making up a complicated jargon obfuscates a simple protocol, makes what we do seem more impressive, but also makes it harder. In case you are wondering - yes there are 86,400 seconds in a day without a leap second

Fast inverse square root is an algorithm that estimates , the reciprocal (or multiplicative inverse) of the square root of a 32-bit floating-point number x in IEEE 754 floating-point format.Computing reciprocal square roots is necessary in many applications, such as vector normalization in video games and is mostly used in calculations involved in 3D programming Something is wrong on the internet. It should be complexity, not purity, and the arrow should point to the left. And obviously it should be arranged so that the biologi Step 3: Lift up the front flap, flattening the sides so edges are parallel to the inner flaps. Flatten the sides, making the edges parallel to the inner flap. Step 4: Fold down the front flap in 4 segments. 6. Shifting center of mass forward makes a plane naturally tip forward and regain speed whenever it loses lift Here the arrow associates right, i.e. this is an abbreviation for . Proof of Löb's Theorem. Suppose that , and consider a sentence for which proves . Then can prove as follows. (by definition of and HB1) (by 1 and HB3) (by HB2) (by 2 and 3) (by hypothesis and 4) (by definition of and 5) (by HB1 and 6) (by definition of , 6, and 7 Arrow of Time in Quantum Measurement with a nod to his own undergraduate shelf, but here Prof. Murch suggests a quick reading of Randall Munroe's web comic xkcd entitled, Did the Sun Just Explode? The Bayseian analysis uses Bayes' Theorem: 2(4|5)= 2(5|4)2(4) 2(5) In the case of the comic, the right-hand side multiplies the probability that the roll of the dice was not.

There is a **theorem** in linear algebra, which says that any symmetric matrix can be represented as: (3) Here it is, the black **arrow**: Therefore, next time, whenever you see expressions like or , remember that those are simply inner products and (squared) distances in a skewed space, while is a conversion from a skewed normal to a true normal. Also remember that the skew was estimated by. Nov 29, 2013 - This shirt is based on the chains of numbers that make up the fascinating Collatz conjecture (also known as 'hailstone numbers'). The conjecture states. Masnick's Impossibility Theorem: Content Moderation At Scale Is Impossible To Do Well. Say That Again . from the a-little-philosophy dept. Wed, Nov 20th 2019 9:31am — Mike Masnick. As some.

Only if this assumption is fulfilled can we rely on the Central Limit Theorem to do Inference. In practice, this is often easier said then done. We can never be sure about the true value in the population. We have to communicate our uncertainty about our estimate of the population parameter. The 95% confidence interval is really useful for this: Given our assumptions hold, we indeed can make. g (2000,g (2,2,50,100),50,100) ~ 100 {10^5000-1}10,000. This number is one of Joyce's more recent googolisms. In summer 2014 he created a lot of crazy numbers (see also the gamoogol family), and this is one of them. Most of Joyce's new numbers are not on this list, as I find a lot of them to be silly or salad numbers Man is not a circle with a single center. He is an ellipse with two foci. One is facts. The other is ideas. -Victor Hugo Take a good look (..

1 Status, Wed 2021-05-12. Day 6 of the outage. ECSE-2500 Engineering Probability grade modification because the optional final was canceled: Replace the final grade with the max of the other 2 exams, then use the top 2 of the 3 exams Fermat's Last Theorem is a famous theorem that states (between 256 and 46,656). It is equal to 5^^2 using up-arrow notation, so it is yet another very small tetrational number. It can be named fzfive using the fz- prefix, and can be expressed as 5 in a triangle using Steinhaus-Moser notation. Three thousand three hundred seventy five = 3375 = 15^3. Three thousand five hundred eleven.

xkcd is a webcomic by Randall Monroe. More happy face math by Kerry Chin. Math comics by Dominik Zellinger. Three logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks, Would you all like something to drink? The first logician says, I do not know. The second logician says, I do not know. The third logician says, Yes. Three logicians walk into a bar. The bartender asks, Woul SQL, or Structured Query Language, is an indispensable tool for organizing data: while front-end frameworks like Angular, React, and Vue.js (each of them is closely tied to JavaScript: check out our JS interview questions Part 1 and Part 2!) work on the magic of interacting with a web app, SQL manages does the dirty work — ensuring that all the precious data is structured accordingly The Science of Interrogation. Fascinating article about two psychologists who are studying interrogation techniques.. Now, two British researchers are quietly revolutionising the study and practice of interrogation. Earlier this year, in a meeting room at the University of Liverpool, I watched a video of the Diola interview alongside Laurence Alison, the university's chair of forensic. Then the theorem says that there is no way to comb the hairs on the coconut without creating a cowlick - a point where there is nowhere for the hair to be combed apart from straight up. So far, so mildly divertingbut ultimately not very useful. The good thing about having such a general theorem, however, is that there are many ways in which we can specialise it. For example, the.

Aug 14, 2017 - Mathematical universe hypothesis - Wikipedi New? Start Here. Hi, and welcome to my site Of Particular Significance. If you are an interested layperson, whether you have very little knowledge of science or quite a lot already, this website is mainly intended for you — although as you'll see, it has a number of scientists among its readers. It's still young and growing, so. Over 2000 D3.js Examples and Demos. Here is an update to the 1000 D3 examples compilation and in addition to many more d3 examples, the list is now sorted alphabetically. Most of the D3 examples in this list come from this excel list but I also added some updates and my examples to push the list over 2K Hanlon's Razor — Never attribute to malice that which is adequately explained by carelessness. Ockham's Razor — The simplest solution is usually the correct one