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  • I scour teh interwebs....

    and find this :D

    http://charliec.tumblr.com/


    Looks like charlie cleaveland has a tumblog now!

    Pretty artwork too.

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    which lead me to this...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Mfr7xG6smhU&NR


    I love the internets

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      Re: I scour teh interwebs....

      Wow, how did you find it :P?
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        He is in the internets, reading your blogs.

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          I love that song/vid.
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            Originally posted by micr0c0sm View Post
            Everyone who's anyone knows e is cooler.

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              digg lead me to a site which lead me to a site which lead me to tumblogs which lead me to a tumblog aggregator which had that on the front page on a page of like 50 small boxes. i recognized the art, clicked and saw that blog!


              then i clicked like 3 other links and ended up on that awesome video.



              e^(i*pi)+1=0 is a pretty ill equation.

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                Originally posted by micr0c0sm View Post
                e^(i*pi)+1=0 is a pretty ill equation.
                I've spent the last hour wracking my brains trying to figure out if this is true or not, but it relies on too many undefined operations. I keep hitting inconsistencies. Suffice it to say, I don't think it works.

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                  Originally posted by Kerostasis View Post
                  I've spent the last hour wracking my brains trying to figure out if this is true or not, but it relies on too many undefined operations. I keep hitting inconsistencies. Suffice it to say, I don't think it works.
                  What? What's undefined about that equation? My HP48GX calculator can do it. Suffice it to say, it's one of the most "complex" equations you can get. It invloves mathematical concepts from several branches of mathematics and involves the most important numerical values there are.

                  This explains all: http://mathworld.wolfram.com/EulerFormula.html

                  the releation relies on the infinite sum definitions of e, sin, and cos.
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                  • #10
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                    Thanks, I'll have to check that out. :)

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                      Re: I scour teh interwebs....

                      OK so someone beat me, just take these awesome links anyway:
                      http://www.google.com/search?q=e+to+...8i+times+pi%29
                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler%27s_formula
                      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Euler%27s_identity

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                        I'd be surprised a person wouldn't have had to work out that equation if they took any form of a respectable calculus course.

                        Bleagh, still hate 'i' with a fiery passion. I know that it is by definition legitimate, but that particular identity just makes me hate all that is the system of mathematics. "Imaginary number"...pah! Always wondered if my hatred of its existence was due to the use of the letter 'i' or the term "imaginary"...probably not.

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                          Well, I did, but it was almost 5 years ago now, and I'd forgotten what it even meant to have a number raised to the power of i. So I was trying to work it out from scratch using logarithms, but that just led me to weird identities such as ln(-1) = -ln(-1), which seemed contradictory enough to me that I guessed my equation must be wrong. I guess that was just a consequence of trying to take the logarithms of negative numbers...;)

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                            I like to think of i as 'a number with a different direction' where different direction is always in relation to some norm you are calculating.

                            Kinda like a number and an operation, but yeah just thinking of it as a number pisses me off.

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                              I only recently gained ANY appreciation whatsoever for "i," just took an EE course and in AC circuit analysis using imaginary numbers as well as real ones simplifies the analysis by like 10x (although its still fairly complicated). I don't even really get why you can(i did at one point, but im not an EE, so I didn't really care about anything except getting an A), but i do know that i am very greatful to i for that at least. but yeah, imaginary numbers????? just the thought makes my blood curl.

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