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 Forum: Lounge 2010-12-05, 07:52 Replies: 1,636 Views: 51,806 Posted By Visu x,y lines explain math... WISPY x,y lines explain math... WISPY
 Forum: Homework Help 2010-01-14, 07:31 Replies: 60 Views: 5,949 Posted By Visu Any given prime as in the symbol? Any given prime as in the symbol?
 Forum: Puzzles 2009-11-15, 10:49 Replies: 31 Views: 1,700 Posted By Visu Might be the one in the Sept 1971 issue... Might be the one in the Sept 1971 issue...
 Forum: Puzzles 2009-03-31, 12:16 Replies: 20 Views: 1,729 Posted By Visu Otherwise I have to agree with akruppa and... Otherwise I have to agree with akruppa and Mini-Geek
 Forum: Puzzles 2009-03-31, 12:06 Replies: 20 Views: 1,729 Posted By Visu Umm... 0 m/s.If it has reached its destination it... Umm... 0 m/s.If it has reached its destination it would have stopped...:smile:
 Forum: Puzzles 2009-03-30, 06:16 Replies: 33 Views: 1,699 Posted By Visu ar, the length from A to B (a) multiplied by the... ar, the length from A to B (a) multiplied by the resistance per unit length r.
 Forum: Math 2008-08-22, 15:00 Replies: 61 Views: 3,926 Posted By Visu I did not question your lack of definitions. I... I did not question your lack of definitions. I questioned your use of "most" and "virtually certain" as qualifiers. Why didn't you say "all" instead of "most" and "certainly" instead of "virtually...
 Forum: Math 2008-08-22, 08:33 Replies: 61 Views: 3,926 Posted By Visu Well there are moderators indulging in changing... Well there are moderators indulging in changing the subject heading here http://www.mersenneforum.org/showthread.php?t=10429 and elsewhere. This should keep them gainfully occupied. (Maybe...
 Forum: Math 2008-08-22, 03:41 Replies: 61 Views: 3,926 Posted By Visu I thought we already had a Miscellaneous Math... I thought we already had a Miscellaneous Math Threads. Maybe all posts should go there by default and get voted into the main Math thread (by the moderators?) if enough people think the post has its...
 Forum: Math 2008-08-22, 03:14 Replies: 61 Views: 3,926 Posted By Visu Strange that someone who demands precision uses... Strange that someone who demands precision uses terms such as "most(sufficiently)fast-growing" , "Most FASTER GROWING" and "virtually certain" to name a few.
 Forum: Math 2008-08-22, 02:19 Replies: 61 Views: 3,926 Posted By Visu It is also TRIVIAL NOT to construct subsets of... It is also TRIVIAL NOT to construct subsets of the integers containing only finitely many primes according to some rule.How can you tell the difference in ALL cases.(I am assuming you haven't hidden...
 Forum: Math 2008-07-17, 04:27 Replies: 35 Views: 1,941 Posted By Visu Seems to me that the curve that the OP is... Seems to me that the curve that the OP is referring to is different from the one that you are referring to.
 Forum: Science & Technology 2008-07-02, 06:57 Replies: 228 Views: 21,499 Posted By Visu Actually it looks to me like an evaporative... Actually it looks to me like an evaporative cooler.These have a reservoir to top up with water.You could add normal tap water and get a noticeable cooling effect although not as much as with an...
 Forum: Lounge 2008-06-26, 07:10 Replies: 289 Views: 11,082 Posted By Visu Well I got tired of paying for my tires/tyres. ... Well I got tired of paying for my tires/tyres. On a totally unrelated note it is amusing how a thread on "pet pronunciation hates" has mutated into one on bad grammar.
 Forum: Lounge 2008-06-25, 14:59 Replies: 289 Views: 11,082 Posted By Visu http://grammarpolice.org/tag/unique/ http://grammarpolice.org/tag/unique/
 Forum: Lounge 2008-06-25, 14:39 Replies: 289 Views: 11,082 Posted By Visu Nope.Only ones with free wheels. Nope.Only ones with free wheels.
 Forum: Lounge 2008-06-25, 08:54 Replies: 289 Views: 11,082 Posted By Visu How DO you pedal backwards? How DO you pedal backwards?
 Forum: Science & Technology 2008-06-20, 02:02 Replies: 468 Views: 24,029 Posted By Visu The First - Scientific Creationism The Other -... The First - Scientific Creationism The Other - Theistic Evolution It - Scientific Creationism The Second - Theistic Evolution
 Forum: Science & Technology 2008-06-19, 01:51 Replies: 468 Views: 24,029 Posted By Visu My view is that "scientific creationism" is... My view is that "scientific creationism" is pushed by a small but very influential group in the US. As for the rest of the world the word "creationism" is closer to theistic evolution....
 Forum: Science & Technology 2008-06-18, 14:58 Replies: 468 Views: 24,029 Posted By Visu Am I the only one who thinks that evolution and... Am I the only one who thinks that evolution and creationism are not mutually exclusive? Let's say as a thought experiment that some decades from now we are able to create life in the lab. Being...
 Forum: Programming 2008-06-13, 08:33 Replies: 18 Views: 1,301 Posted By Visu Well you seem to have increased your chances of... Well you seem to have increased your chances of not losing by adding the second bet.
 Forum: Programming 2008-06-13, 06:40 Replies: 18 Views: 1,301 Posted By Visu Seems to me that if you win this bet, you might... Seems to me that if you win this bet, you might lose the other one. If there is another even better algorithm, people would be less inclined to use GNFS.
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2008-06-13, 04:49 Replies: 62 Views: 3,447 Posted By Visu Engineering - Perpetual Motion Machines ... Engineering - Perpetual Motion Machines Chemistry - Making "fuel" from water Physics - Cold fusion Biology - Cryptozoology Just some examples to show that this "phenomenon" is not...
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2008-06-13, 01:04 Replies: 62 Views: 3,447 Posted By Visu You don't kill anyone doing mathematics unlike... You don't kill anyone doing mathematics unlike brain surgery so there is no liability in being a crank.(except being called on of course.)
 Forum: Miscellaneous Math 2008-06-12, 14:00 Replies: 62 Views: 3,447 Posted By Visu That probably explains the reason why people look... That probably explains the reason why people look for simpler proofs. I remember reading somewhere ( I think it was in Simon Singh's book on FLT) that only 5 people in the world understand Wiles'...
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