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 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: The Nine Million Lives of Schrödinger's Cat

Posted: Sun November 28th, 8:13 pm 

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A rather interesting lecture on the mathematics of crochet and how it is capable of describing Hyperbolic Space:

http://www.ted.com/talks/lang/eng/marga ... _reef.html

 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: The Nine Million Lives of Schrödinger's Cat

Posted: Wed November 17th, 5:54 am 

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I only just now saw this conversation... or... was it in another time stream that I missed it and this is the one I followed along? Keeping track of all those time streams is such arduous work!

I just found the most amazing little slide ruler- The Scale of the Universe

 Forum: The Quadrangle   Topic: Twitter and Facebook

 Post subject: Twitter and Facebook
Posted: Thu August 12th, 8:39 am 

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Rayati, I was reading the Heart Wire discussion on Twitter and Facebook. I have a strong aversion to both. Miss Esmeralda Czeret said something that reminded me of another thing- Technics are ideologically neutral. They are only as good or as bad as the uses to which they are put. If you can find a ...

 Forum: The Daffodillery   Topic: I am still here...

 Post subject: Re: I am still here...
Posted: Sun August 8th, 8:55 am 

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Miss Madonna, I confess I did not know the name of those commas and so I looked them up. It turns out they are also called Oxford commas and Harvard commas! Nevertheless, despite their being nameless in my head, I'm happy to say I have an opinion. I was always taught to not waste commas but to save ...

 Forum: The Daffodillery   Topic: I am still here...

 Post subject: I am still here...
Posted: Thu August 5th, 3:44 pm 

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...and I do try to follow the Heartbook. I find it a wee bit herky jerky, like a lively discussion at a crowded dinner table. While I'm used to that, I have never acquired the knack for it. I often am at a dinner table where the conversation trends to a subject I find fascinating and I ponder a mome...

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Tattoos & Piercings (images from through the iron curtain)

Posted: Sat July 17th, 12:10 pm 

Replies: 15
Views: 7414


In a way this raises the question of whether we have any "continuing identity" at all. Some schools of Buddhism say not. They would deny not only that we survive death, but that we are the same person from one year - or even one minute to another. We are (mentally) a cluster of impulses, ...

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Tattoos & Piercings (images from through the iron curtain)

Posted: Wed July 14th, 7:56 am 

Replies: 15
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I once learned that the cells of our body continually replenish the elements that make them up. And that after say, seven years or so, those elements of oxygen, hydrogen and carbon we are comprised of have all been completely replaced. That is to say *we* are still there but with all new atoms now f...

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Tattoos & Piercings (images from through the iron curtain)

Posted: Wed June 30th, 4:26 pm 

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Miss Elise, I hope you don't mind if I ask a personal question? Do you already have a tattoo? Or are you considering getting one for the first time? And a question for the others, Should a maid who has tattoos be ostracized from Aristasian Events and our company even though she is Aristasian in ever...

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Tattoos & Piercings (images from through the iron curtain)

Posted: Sat June 26th, 7:17 am 

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Rayati Miss Elise Here are my thoughts on the matter. They may be rather convoluted so please bear with me. Hmm, how to begin? I know the following to be true from experience: I am a different woman now from the woman I was twenty years ago or even last week for that matter. The things I admired and...

 Forum: The New Blue Camellia Club   Topic: Time to regroup

 Post subject: Re: Time to regroup
Posted: Thu May 13th, 10:21 am 

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Oh Miss Jullianna, I miss you and everyone else as well! As usual, as a Blonde housewife, my best times are weekdays when children are in school. But I realize that is awkward for most everyone else, so pay that no mind. However, if this get together happens to fall at a time I can be free (create h...
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