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Desc:I wish I'd taken calculus instead of theater my senior year.
Category:Educational, Science & Technology
Tags:math, numbers, british accent, math week, imaginary numbers
Submitted:gravelstudios
Date:06/09/13
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SolRo - 2013-06-09
Then you'd be wishing you had taken theater instead of calculus.
gravelstudios - 2013-06-09
No, this isn't a 'grass is always greener' thing. My theater class was a nightmare. I just got a serious case of senioritis and didn't want to think any more.

Old_Zircon - 2013-06-09
I misread that as "a serious case of seņoritas" and I mean, there are certainly worse reasons to take theater.

Bort - 2013-06-09
Imaginary numbers
Never turn you down
When all the others turn you away
They're around
It's my private pleasure
Midnight fantasy
Someone to share my
Wildest dreams with me
Imaginary number
You're mine anytime
Imaginary number, oh yeah
Sanest Man Alive - 2013-06-09
Sit back and listen to this song that I'm singing
Photons, protons, synchrotron are interesting
Science is better! than love could ever be
Falling in love is based on chaotic theory

Emotions are exhausting
Quantum mechanics never, ever make you frown
With scientific methods,
Imaginary worlds will come tumbling down!

sasazuka - 2013-06-09
^ Washuu has the greatest karaoke songs.

gravelstudios - 2013-06-09
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PqHj RogpRDs

Yeah, that's me.

Sanest Man Alive - 2013-06-09
Listen! Through his experiments Heisenberg concluded that the accurate measurements of one of two related observable quantities, such as position and momentum, produces uncertainties in the measurements of the other. He figured that the product of the uncertainties of position, and the uncertainties of momentum, equal to or greater than H/2π (where H equals Planck's constant). It means that observations in quantum mechanics always lead to uncertainty!

You understand this, don't you?

reifiedandrefined - 2017-02-28
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