Power of Numbers

Discussion in 'Off-Topic' started by loosewire, Apr 26, 2009.

  1. loosewire

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    In the last 5 year the power of numbers have tought us
    lessons recorded in the electronic media. While we find try
    to find out how old the planet is.The power of 1 has been
    a news maker,several months ago we found the power of
    5.Today we find out the power of appox 50 deaths with
    a flu with a x factor are small numbers going to effect
    the world health and economy. The expression there is power
    in numbers no longer exists. The new math can have any
    out come-who wins-who die is an unpredictable formula.
     
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  2. thingmaker3

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    There is a 50% probability that half of me halfway agrees with you. I'm just not sure which half...
     
  3. Wendy

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    The part that came out of the box alive?
     
  4. Mark44

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    "The power of numbers?" What are you talking about?
    IIRC, the current estimates are somewhere around 4.6 billion years.
    "the power of 1?" Huh?
    Loosewire, your recent posts have been so inscrutable as to be completely devoid of meaning, IMO.
     
  5. loosewire

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    You could have passed over the post without commit,If you had no clue to what
    the post Indicted, sometimes as southern humor I misspell the word (more),moer.
    Sometimes I use old english to describe southern humor. I can't hep,(help)
    your sense of humor,to degrade a member. There also pm on the forum. I
    am a humble southern boy who can understand about any thing. I am
    also gemini,one of my guys feel your pain. Thanks for taking your valuable
    time to read my post history.
     
  6. Mark44

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    Sure, I could have passed over your post without comment, but I expect senior members on this forum to post thoughts that are comprehensible. If not, my natural tendency is to ask for clarification, which I did. You should note that I said nothing to degrade you, but rather I questioned what you said. There is a difference.

    You have mentioned Old English several times in a number of posts. In case you haven't ever seen any, here is an example from the beginning of Beowulf:
    I'm pretty familiar with Southern humor, having read Joel Chandler Harris's Uncle Remus tales years ago, and having read pretty much all of what Mark Twain wrote, but I don't recall seeing any Old English in their writing.

    Maybe you were referring to Middle English. Here's an example from the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales:
    I'm still interested in finding out what you meant by "power of numbers," "power of 1," and "new math."

    Mark
     
  7. loosewire

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    Song of the South, I am ber,rabbit "OH Please Don't throw me
    in the biar patch,oh please.
     
  8. thingmaker3

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    Ok. We won't throw you in the briar patch. We'll put you in Schrodinger's box instead. Check on cat for us while you are in there.:D
     
  9. loosewire

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    You have to know the story and read the book,to understand
    reply.He brought It up not me ,he did know how much south
    I really Is. Read my blog about being trapped for real.
     
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