1. colincakes:

    i dont chase after men but if he has tattoos and muscles a bitch just might power walk

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  2. i-will-wait-for-you-endlessly:

ah-yes-im-that-artist:

meeting someone in public you were trying to avoid

reacting to Light being a crazed serial killer

    i-will-wait-for-you-endlessly:

    ah-yes-im-that-artist:

    meeting someone in public you were trying to avoid

    reacting to Light being a crazed serial killer

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  4. cringing:

tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

    cringing:

    tHIS IS MY FAVE POS T

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  5. adrians:

    adrians:

    the best thing about having the house to myself is that I can make breakfast in my underwear

    image

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  8. unshaped:

    DESGUSTENG

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  9. proofmathisbeautiful:

Scale-Free Mathematics in Matzah?
By Samuel Arbesman  
04.14.14
Tonight is Passover. And the most well-known food of the holiday is matzah, the cracker-like flatbread. Within this food we can find some complexity science goodness.
At one part of the Seder meal, we break one piece of matzah into half. Now, for anyone who has actually tried this, one recognizes the great difficulty in doing so. Matzah does not break evenly. It too often breaks along fracture points that cause a piece of matzah to break into small pieces, large pieces, and everything in between. If you’re familiar with the principle of crackling noise and universality in physics, this should sound familiar.
There are many systems, that when tuned in a certain way, reach a critical threshold where something changes. For example, when ice melts or a magnet is heated to lose its magnetism, these things occur when a specific temperature is reached. But at that specific parameter’s value—such as zero degrees for ice—the properties of the system can have a certain scale-free or self-similar nature.
For example, take the canonical example from percolation theory:

Percolation theory is the study of the connectivity of networks. If you take a piece of paper and punch small holes in it at random positions, it will remain connected if the density of holes is small. If you punch so many holes that most of the paper has been punched away, the paper will fall apart into small clusters.
There is a phase transition in percolation, where the paper first falls apart. Let p be the probability that a given spot in the paper has been punched away. There is a critical probability p_c below which the paper is still connected from top to bottom, and above which the paper has fallen into small pieces (say, if it is being held along the top edge).

At that critical value, below which everything is connected and above which the paper is in small pieces, you often get pieces of all sizes. Essentially, there is no scale—it’s scale free.
And perhaps that’s what’s happening with matzah: a piece of matzah is in a carefully tuned critical state, allowing it to crack into pieces of all sizes. Further research and discussion is necessary, of course, and are both fitting topics for a Seder discussion.

    proofmathisbeautiful:

    Scale-Free Mathematics in Matzah?

    By   

    04.14.14

    Tonight is Passover. And the most well-known food of the holiday is matzah, the cracker-like flatbread. Within this food we can find some complexity science goodness.

    At one part of the Seder meal, we break one piece of matzah into half. Now, for anyone who has actually tried this, one recognizes the great difficulty in doing so. Matzah does not break evenly. It too often breaks along fracture points that cause a piece of matzah to break into small pieces, large pieces, and everything in between. If you’re familiar with the principle of crackling noise and universality in physics, this should sound familiar.

    There are many systems, that when tuned in a certain way, reach a critical threshold where something changes. For example, when ice melts or a magnet is heated to lose its magnetism, these things occur when a specific temperature is reached. But at that specific parameter’s value—such as zero degrees for ice—the properties of the system can have a certain scale-free or self-similar nature.

    For example, take the canonical example from percolation theory:

    Percolation theory is the study of the connectivity of networks. If you take a piece of paper and punch small holes in it at random positions, it will remain connected if the density of holes is small. If you punch so many holes that most of the paper has been punched away, the paper will fall apart into small clusters.

    There is a phase transition in percolation, where the paper first falls apart. Let p be the probability that a given spot in the paper has been punched away. There is a critical probability p_c below which the paper is still connected from top to bottom, and above which the paper has fallen into small pieces (say, if it is being held along the top edge).

    At that critical value, below which everything is connected and above which the paper is in small pieces, you often get pieces of all sizes. Essentially, there is no scale—it’s scale free.

    And perhaps that’s what’s happening with matzah: a piece of matzah is in a carefully tuned critical state, allowing it to crack into pieces of all sizes. Further research and discussion is necessary, of course, and are both fitting topics for a Seder discussion.

    2 days ago  /  59 notes  /  Source: proofmathisbeautiful

  10. wtfml:

goodcleanchristianfun:

witcherwitch:

doct0rsatan:

minutemade666:

angerr:

And people still continue to worship USA.


its because they’re all fed with lies

Look at her expression. She has no fear.

Probably because that’s Li Thi Van playing the role of “Village Chief’s Daughter” in the feature film Platoon and the man holding a gun to her head would be William Dafoe, AKA the Green Goblin in Spider-Man

I SWEAR TO FUCKING GOD THIS WEBSITE

    wtfml:

    goodcleanchristianfun:

    witcherwitch:

    doct0rsatan:

    minutemade666:

    angerr:

    And people still continue to worship USA.

    its because they’re all fed with lies

    Look at her expression. She has no fear.

    Probably because that’s Li Thi Van playing the role of “Village Chief’s Daughter” in the feature film Platoon and the man holding a gun to her head would be William Dafoe, AKA the Green Goblin in Spider-Man

    I SWEAR TO FUCKING GOD THIS WEBSITE

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  11. coolator:

    This Southwest Airlines Flight Attendant is my new hero

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  12. strangeasanjles:

    thickboyswag:

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  13. amischiefofmice:

orfs:

averyterrible:

thisplaceisdespair:

flatluigi:

stormingtheivory:

So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

holy shit

ok, why the fuck is the graph upside down. that is incredibly misleading

Because its from the Florida Department of Justice, and they have a mandate here.

for those who have trouble inverting it in their head, ftfy:


this is some of the most blatant twisting of info i have ever seen holy shit

    amischiefofmice:

    orfs:

    averyterrible:

    thisplaceisdespair:

    flatluigi:

    stormingtheivory:

    So can we talk about the absolutely stunning duplicity going on here?

    holy shit

    ok, why the fuck is the graph upside down. that is incredibly misleading

    Because its from the Florida Department of Justice, and they have a mandate here.

    for those who have trouble inverting it in their head, ftfy:

    image

    this is some of the most blatant twisting of info i have ever seen holy shit

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  14. strangeasanjles:

    thickboyswag:

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  15. tastygravy:

    everyone please watch this video this is humanity in it’s purest form

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