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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Fri, Aug. 29th, 2003 10:11 pm
On to the next task...

I know I haven't posted in a while...sorry...haven't really felt the need.

Finals (namely Physics) were finished on Wednesday. I suppose it's a bit of a relief, but...eh. I'm still at work...which is as exciting as ever, I suppose. Very little work this week, but things are going to really pick up next week.

Had Chinese food and walked around downtown SLO with kithkanan tonight. Most of the time was spent browsing used bookstores...which are some pretty interesting places to go. I'm liking downtown more and more.

I've been taking a lot of me-time lately. Like I told northing earlier this week, I think that weird, wild and whacked-out part of me is returning. It was largely chased off in high school and in college...at least, I think it was.

We have angular momentum, angular velocity, angular acceleration, hell, even angular force (torque), so why not angular time? Time, after all, merely allows for state changes...so what's wrong with placing it on a polar graph, instead of a neatly Cartesian one?

Hehe...we shall see what (else) happens.

-- Des

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phlog
phlog
Phlog
Sat, Aug. 30th, 2003 02:24 am (UTC)

You must be tired. History repeats, not time :)


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deskitty
deskitty
Des
Sat, Aug. 30th, 2003 11:54 am (UTC)

Of course it repeats...it's the fourth dimension. It's nonlinear.

What do you think tachyons are?


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phlog
phlog
Phlog
Sun, Aug. 31st, 2003 02:23 am (UTC)

If that were about the only case where it'd be useful to treat time as a non-linear dimension, then you shouldn't be surprised you haven't seen it :)

Maybe some people do that, but you just haven't seen it, because nothing you've run across would necessitate it.


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