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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1041  Postby Someone » Apr 24, 2014 3:23 pm

Fallible wrote:Yes, I'd noticed you're here less. What was your one sentence review?

I'll try to get that here on Saturday. I keep adding new stuff. Apparently, for example, an old friend (out of touch) of somebody I saw on television once, from Tijuana, is going to be my California (national) wife and the two parts (USA and Mexican) are going to unite in 2059. :doh:
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1042  Postby blindfaith » Apr 24, 2014 3:52 pm

has anyone seen my sandwich?
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1043  Postby Someone » Apr 26, 2014 7:04 pm

The 'capsule review' was "How a non-virgin, aided by honor-killing traditions and a conveniently obtuse despised wealthy gentleman, protects herself and her brothers while destroying a town, as told by an obsessed historian"

The first calculation I did with this omitted the 'n' in '-virgin' and used 33 as terminal punctuation, yielding 3*3210631*P258. Corrected, the calculation failed to finish in a reasonable time, but placing 42 at the end produced 2*11*233*P264.
Today I did a little more, and with 4444s appended the thing factors with 2 of these as 4*92347*P268; and the big prime has 11111 running from digits 110 through 114, and two 777s and a 999 as the complete complement of triple digits. With more 42s appended, the number is 2*prime for 10 and for 19 copies and no other reasonably small number of them. Obviously, none of this is Earth-shatteringly important, but a little humorous.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1044  Postby Someone » Jun 14, 2014 9:08 pm

Tech is ultra-low. Would appreciate number of page having underbar value (time).
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1045  Postby BlackBart » Jun 16, 2014 5:58 pm

Yep. That's what my Granny always used to say.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1046  Postby jamest » Jun 16, 2014 7:00 pm

I was bored once and managed to figure-out that the world's population could all fit onto the Isle of Wight, though it would be a squeeze.

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1047  Postby catbasket » Jun 16, 2014 7:09 pm

Wow, jamest, I didn't realize you were that old -

The primary engine of the novel's story is overpopulation and its projected consequences,[2] and the title refers to an early twentieth-century claim that the world's population could fit onto the Isle of Wight – which has an area of 381 square kilometres (147 sq mi) – if they were all standing upright.


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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1048  Postby jamest » Jun 16, 2014 7:14 pm

Hmm, I hadn't realised that other people had once been as bored as me. I'll also have to check my maths because I figured-out that you could get well over 6 billion on there at less than 1.5 people per square yard.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1049  Postby catbasket » Jun 16, 2014 7:35 pm

I think you probably need to allow more room for the expanding waistlines of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1050  Postby jamest » Jun 16, 2014 7:42 pm

catbasket wrote:I think you probably need to allow more room for the expanding waistlines of the late 20th and early 21st centuries.

I did - my calculations were for low-tide.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1051  Postby catbasket » Jun 16, 2014 7:48 pm

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1052  Postby Someone » Jun 17, 2014 11:33 pm

BlackBart wrote:..and the award for creepiest and most disturbing post goes to...

Solved: American football needs randomized positions. [Same Page As Something]
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1053  Postby Someone » Jun 17, 2014 11:36 pm

Someone wrote:Thanks. That's really kind of you. Next time I meet an alien, I'll share your liver and kideys with him (her, it, whatever), and that goes for everyone else who's masturbated here instead of recognizing that I was already doing most of the work (or seemed to). :clap:

How does one spell 'potatoes'?
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1054  Postby Someone » Jun 17, 2014 11:38 pm

I'll see if I can do without it. Then come back if not. The 'medium' capital (capitol?) shift is 340, apparently. Owing to the high degree of coincidence I see in some of my stuff, I do need to do some hand-checks regularly, but it looks like I'm facing just a bizarre link with extra-terrestrial psychological tools. The particular coincidence producing this 340 is such. Randomized football is just a logical induction/thought/idea, unless better that the sport be shut down. I have no coincidence supporting this, and I don't necessarily think it requires to much for those knowing the game to see that it would be a natural restraint. Somewhat off-topic, but....
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1055  Postby BlackBart » Jun 18, 2014 10:10 am

Someone wrote:
Someone wrote:Thanks. That's really kind of you. Next time I meet an alien, I'll share your liver and kideys with him (her, it, whatever), and that goes for everyone else who's masturbated here instead of recognizing that I was already doing most of the work (or seemed to). :clap:

How does one spell 'potatoes'?


p, o, t, a, t, o, e, s

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1056  Postby Blackadder » Jun 18, 2014 10:21 am

Someone wrote:I'll see if I can do without it. Then come back if not. The 'medium' capital (capitol?) shift is 340, apparently. Owing to the high degree of coincidence I see in some of my stuff, I do need to do some hand-checks regularly, but it looks like I'm facing just a bizarre link with extra-terrestrial psychological tools. The particular coincidence producing this 340 is such. Randomized football is just a logical induction/thought/idea, unless better that the sport be shut down. I have no coincidence supporting this, and I don't necessarily think it requires to much for those knowing the game to see that it would be a natural restraint. Somewhat off-topic, but....


Sopwith corenwyn mandingo turbo-charger. In particular, sporting anorak miscalculation raised to the power 8. Shakespeare differential calculus Thames riverboat, viz:

888*24,458,217 gives residential halibut. Then by using Solzhenitsyn transformation, reduce to atomic jabberwocky.

24.
5.
1.
-666

Negative beast emerges from the Garbunkel leather manbag. This shows Xerxes gelignite flowerpot. Specifically 6.54545.

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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1057  Postby BlackBart » Jun 18, 2014 10:30 am

888*24,458,217 gives residential halibut


I think you find it gives effervescent guillemot.

Amateur. :roll:
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1058  Postby Blackadder » Jun 18, 2014 11:04 am

BlackBart wrote:
888*24,458,217 gives residential halibut


I think you find it gives effervescent guillemot.

Amateur. :roll:


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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1059  Postby Fallible » Jun 18, 2014 11:11 am

Casserole.
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She revelled in adventure and imagination.
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Breaking boundaries and chasing fire.
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Re: Unbelievable Mathematics

#1060  Postby BlackBart » Jun 18, 2014 11:19 am

:shock: :nono:
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