(Also, page 103 reached!)Calcyman, I think? wrote: Find a string S with a given prefix P, that when you run the QR code of SHA256(S), it generates a pentadecathlon/whatever you want.
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Me, but calcyman doesn't have enough time
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If HE(the person who created the initial idea) doesn't have enough time, why don't do it yourself/ourselves/whatever?testitemqlstudop wrote:Me, but calcyman doesn't have enough time
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have a touch of CAbased furious piano music.
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It was a dark and stormy afternoon. The fog* was dense except during the stormer parts of the stormy weather (which were dark) during the stormy afternoon and night (which was dark and stormy).
* I know this is all different from the actual text of the dark and stormy night thing, but...
* I know this is all different from the actual text of the dark and stormy night thing, but...
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It's not everyday a green ballpen expoldes. Want more details?
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YES
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Yesterday my seatmate was doing something with her green ballpen (she doesn't know why it happened and I wasn't looking) and it exploded. At first I thought someone threw green paint. It was on my index finger, my wrist, my uniform, my pants and some of my books, notebooks, and pad paper.
I like green anyway.
I like green anyway.
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"Green hair!"  RarityPkmnQ wrote:Yesterday my seatmate was doing something with her green ballpen (she doesn't know why it happened and I wasn't looking) and it exploded. At first I thought someone threw green paint. It was on my index finger, my wrist, my uniform, my pants and some of my books, notebooks, and pad paper.
I like green anyway.

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Hunting wrote:I really want a OCA:SparseMethuseLife page for this rule, and LifeViewer Aliases, and other things when this rule is explored. I know the fact that this rule is not really interesting, since it's almost impossible to have a gun or rake or something like that and thus engineering is highly limited, but I believe it have potential too.
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Morley relative.
Common c/61, unusual p32 fakerro, glider
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Here's something to bend you minds:
Define x as ∑(infinity)1.
x is effectively 1 * infinity, or infinity.
By definition, xx = infinf = inf.
However, when collapsing the summation, we get ∑(infinity)(11) = 0.
Define x as ∑(infinity)1.
x is effectively 1 * infinity, or infinity.
By definition, xx = infinf = inf.
However, when collapsing the summation, we get ∑(infinity)(11) = 0.
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That only works if you have cardinals; ww is not well defined in the simplest system involving transfinite ordinals, since you can’t subtract from limit ordinals.testitemqlstudop wrote:Here's something to bend you minds:
Define x as ∑(infinity)1.
x is effectively 1 * infinity, or infinity.
By definition, xx = infinf = inf.
However, when collapsing the summation, we get ∑(infinity)(11) = 0.
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I’m in a curdy mood today. Stay awhey.
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Oddly, in America, wolframalpha predicts 17 Bobs are born per year.
What the crumbs?
What the crumbs?
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Is user "moose" Moosey or what?
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Nopetestitemqlstudop wrote:Is user "moose" Moosey or what?
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Particles emitted by inspiring things = stirrions
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lim(x>1)(Σ(inf)(1x)) >> Σ(inf)(11)
Ha, testitem!
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What is the sum of the p series for p=3? (p=2 is apparently (pi^2)/6)
p=4? p=5? p=n ∀n>1?
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p=4? p=5? p=n ∀n>1?
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What are you even summing over in "Σ(inf)(1x)"? I only understand it as "adding (1x) infinite times", which would be identical to infinity.lim(x>1)(Σ(inf)(1x))
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is wrong, because you are defining Σ(inf)(11) as 0. The value of 0*inf is undefined. Proof: Suppose otherwise, that 0*inf = x. Hence, x/0 = inf, bu division by 0 is inherently undefined. (Don't even think about defining limits for x/0, that's not what I'm trying to get at here.)lim(x>1)(Σ(inf)(1x)) >> Σ(inf)(11)
So you can't compare anything to Σ(inf)0.
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I’m sorry, but Σ(inf)0 =/= “your 0*inf” — it’s equal to 0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0... = 0.testitemqlstudop wrote:What are you even summing over in "Σ(inf)(1x)"? I only understand it as "adding (1x) infinite times", which would be identical to infinity.lim(x>1)(Σ(inf)(1x))
However, the statementis wrong, because you are defining Σ(inf)(11) as 0. The value of 0*inf is undefined. Proof: Suppose otherwise, that 0*inf = x. Hence, x/0 = inf, but division by 0 is inherently undefined. (Don't even think about defining limits for x/0, that's not what I'm trying to get at here.)lim(x>1)(Σ(inf)(1x)) >> Σ(inf)(11)
So you can't compare anything to Σ(inf)0.
While Σ(n)(k) = nk for finite, constant n and k, Σ(inf)0 =/= “0*inf”. You’re just adding 0 infinitely many times. While this IS mutiplication, it’s clear that 0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0+0=0ω. So maybe I should be more precise.
Σ(ω)(11) << lim(x>1)(Σ(ω)(1x))
Basically, inf isn’t a number so of course 0*inf is undefined. In contrast, 0w is defined as 0.
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Can somebody send a MWSS, a HWSS, and some still lives into the life wormhole?
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Help: the still lives wont budge!Moosey wrote:Can somebody send a MWSS, a HWSS, and some still lives into the life wormhole?
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Just start them thereSaka wrote:Help: the still lives wont budge!Moosey wrote:Can somebody send a MWSS, a HWSS, and some still lives into the life wormhole?
I bet one of them will make a 31.4
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