White & Nerdy

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http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1384277706451157121&hl=en [Broken]

I'm sorry, but I thought parts of that were hilarious!

My rims never spin
to the contrary
you'll find that they're quite stationary

Do vector calculus just for fun
I aint got a gat, but I got a soldering gun
 
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i see myself in some of those scenes....
i remember that night i had.. 2 rules of bobbleplast home for dinner... what a night... :rofl:

i like his two wheeler ^^
 
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Rach3 said:
http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,217765,00.html

Pi is a physical constant...
Riiiiiight, Fox news. :rolleyes:
Also
t is usually written out to a maximum of three decimal places, as 3.141, in math textbooks.
Funny, my 'math' textbooks write it out as 3.142 (or better still 3.14159265...), am I reading the wrong books?

Garth
 
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Talking about Pie... MMM pie....

No seriously... Pi IS A PHYSICAL CONSTANT.
You don't agree, Ok let me ask you a question then, What constant determines how curved space is (and i dont mean curved by gravity but) naturally curved so that to go in a straight line forever gets you back at your starting point.
If you still have trouble getting it, imagine space is a sphere, now draw a circle on that sphere, what is the new ratio between diameter and circumference dependent on (don't say the length of the radius, analogies don't work is EVERY aspect)
 
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mc hawking..haha..very good
 

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