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The_Continental
Jan 13, 2019

My god, Winston, is that infernal sun still giving my buttocks that entirely too cool smirk?!


This is Zim Olson,





This is his website:

https://www.zimmathematics.com/

I think he's got something to do with mathematics? and the Bible? There's something in there about free beer?

Anyway's he's posting his site all over University LinkedIN pages without any context.






It all feels really timecubey. I'm not a math goon so maybe hes actually a real genius but my heart's telling me no.

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Flowers for QAnon
May 20, 2019





Reads like the Bronners soap guy. At least that guy made good soap.

Flowers for QAnon
May 20, 2019





Heís also just arguing that black people are different than white people therefore equality is not possible and against the laws of the universe. Black /= White, checkmate science

Jawdins
Sep 9, 2001

Oh! We can't open our eyes, it's too dazzling. Let's take the gorgeous Rainbow back.



Vice President
Jul 4, 2007

I'm number two around here.


Your ignorance of Harmonic Cube is demonic. You are educated stupid. It Is The Absolute Verifiable Truth & Proven Fact

Murray Mantoinette
Jun 11, 2005

THE  POSTS  MUST  FLOW

Clapping Larry

Flowers for QAnon posted:

Heís also just arguing that black people are different than white people therefore equality is not possible and against the laws of the universe. Black /= White, checkmate science

black people are not literally physically the same entities as white people. the man's a math genius

BIG TIT LIL NIP
Oct 5, 2005





frrancis dec MY MAN

frankenstein brain banks on the far side of the moon gently caress me up

The_Continental
Jan 13, 2019

My god, Winston, is that infernal sun still giving my buttocks that entirely too cool smirk?!


This is literally just timecube:



I hope he's still able to achieve his 2019-2021 goals though.

Vice President
Jul 4, 2007

I'm number two around here.


Cubesquares are passť, you need to be thinking better. Of a whole new shape. Enter, the DOR: https://web.archive.org/web/2011081....thedor.net:80/

The_Continental
Jan 13, 2019

My god, Winston, is that infernal sun still giving my buttocks that entirely too cool smirk?!


The giant padlock on that purple jellybean only makes me want to steal it more.

Doctor Dogballs
Apr 1, 2007

driving the fuck truck from hand land to pound town without stopping at suction station


Vice President posted:

Cubesquares are passť, you need to be thinking better. Of a whole new shape. Enter, the DOR: https://web.archive.org/web/2011081....thedor.net:80/



okay but this is actually cool

randombattle
Oct 16, 2008

This hand of mine shines and roars! It's bright cry tells me to grasp victory!



The_Continental posted:

The giant padlock on that purple jellybean only makes me want to steal it more.

Itís this kind of attitude that keeps science behind.

Dick Bastardly
Aug 22, 2012

Muttley is SKYNET!!!


Grimey Drawer

whats a DOR

Flowers for QAnon
May 20, 2019





Doctor Dogballs posted:

okay but this is actually cool

Perhaps if it had a mouth-hole

Internetjack
Sep 15, 2007

oh god how did this get here i am not good with computers


Top Cop


The door is a jar.

Dick Bastardly
Aug 22, 2012

Muttley is SKYNET!!!


Grimey Drawer

Internetjack posted:

The door is a jar.

It had bees in it.... doesn't it

BIG TIT LIL NIP
Oct 5, 2005




came for the time cube, stayed for the DOR. I'm happy to announce to all of you I'm a DOR man now. when a boy grows up he puts down his time cube and unlocks the lock on his see through DOR house and takes out his DOR, and he holds that instead of the timecube when.hes grown up

Statutory Ape
Sep 12, 2017
Probation
Can't post for 22 hours!





DOR

BIG TIT LIL NIP
Oct 5, 2005




my whole life I been trying to jam a timecube shaped peg into a DOR shaped hole. . . im. f. r. e. e.

Vice President
Jul 4, 2007

I'm number two around here.


Where we're going we won't need DORs to see

The_Continental
Jan 13, 2019

My god, Winston, is that infernal sun still giving my buttocks that entirely too cool smirk?!


that DOR website is a pro click

Fiveace Attorney
Dec 12, 2006

I ain't his friend! If you were to ask me if I was his friend, I would say "NO" to you!


cant believe some lady went and hosed timecube

BigBadSteve
Apr 29, 2009

In a world gone mad,
we will not spank the monkey,
but the monkey will spank us.

DOR, whatever it is all about (it's beyond me), might be legit. Math can be strange. Here's a webpage about DOR at a website apparently not owned and controlled by the DOR guy:
https://www.goldennumber.net/the-dor

Webpages about DOR do seem to be rather thin in the ground. And what happened to the original DOR website? Maybe the guy who made it got... disappeared...

By the guv'mint? Or did he stare too long into his crystal DOR and end up... somewhere else?

Julius CSAR
Oct 3, 2007

Shut up and die like an aviator.

BigBadSteve posted:

DOR, whatever it is all about (it's beyond me), might be legit. Math can be strange. Here's a webpage about DOR at a website apparently not owned and controlled by the DOR guy:
https://www.goldennumber.net/the-dor

Webpages about DOR do seem to be rather thin in the ground. And what happened to the original DOR website? Maybe the guy who made it got... disappeared...

By the guv'mint? Or did he stare too long into his crystal DOR and end up... somewhere else?

Forbidden maths

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015


The_Continental posted:

This is literally just timecube:



I hope he's still able to achieve his 2019-2021 goals though.

The one turns backwards, itís different than one now somehow.

BIG TIT LIL NIP
Oct 5, 2005




I wonder what happens if you leave your DOR out of its CRYSTAL PRISON over night. this poo poo's hosed up I want to unlearn about DOR this is too big an truth

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015


Pssshhhh who you gonna listen to though, some guy named fibbin notchy?

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015


The_Continental posted:

This is literally just timecube:



I hope he's still able to achieve his 2019-2021 goals though.

Itís cool how this rear end in a top hat took what is obviously a fairly simple 3D plotter scheme meant to be read by a computer into a high level super abstract math/philosophy problem that skirts all accountability for physics or architectural stability. Like you could teach bias to high school kids dude gently caress off with the unsolvable problem poo poo.

Skeleton Ape
Dec 21, 2008



DOR is cool and pretty, I want one and am DORkosexual now

The_Continental
Jan 13, 2019

My god, Winston, is that infernal sun still giving my buttocks that entirely too cool smirk?!


Oh wait in the about me section Zim just straight up admits he's been diagnosed as a paranoid schizophrenic

Blue Moonlight
Apr 28, 2005
Bitter and Sarcastic


Assume every, any, some, and non are pure functions, and calling them without values is the same as calling them with an empty set. With these assumptions, only any contributes to the equation, leaving:

any(a) = any(b)

Now, the definition of any is not given. Itís naming suggests that it may return any element in the given set and is thus non-deterministic; assume this definition. As such, we cannot guarantee that the equation is true unless a and b are sets of one or more of the same value (ex: a=[1], b=[1,1]). Likewise, the equation may coincidentally be true due to anyís non-deterministic behavior (ex: given a=[1,2], b=[2,3], possible equations may be 1=2, 1=3, 2=2, 2=3).

As such, to solve the given equation for equality, with the assumption that a ≠ b, let a=[1] and b=[1,1]. Do I win Gene Rayís reward?

(Note that it has been 14 years since Iíve written anything approaching a proof, so any and or all of the above might be BS, but no more BS than whatever this loon is peddling)

Jeffrey Dahmer
May 21, 2017
Probation
Can't post for 5 hours!


Muldoon

Vice President posted:

Cubesquares are passť, you need to be thinking better. Of a whole new shape. Enter, the DOR: https://web.archive.org/web/2011081....thedor.net:80/



Wow, imagine if this never existed.

ClamdestineBoyster
Aug 15, 2015


Calculus is all about numbers approaching infinity, but nobody really does a lot of practical work with very high numbers. Say we took a googleplex, which is the highest whole number a machine can store without cryptography, and used another adding machine to square that number, what would that yield? The answer is an excessively long series of 9s, like 999999999999999 etc, one less than the mathematical result. The initial quantum sum is one less than the mathematical answer, and the machine ultimately counts itself as one in the second part of the process. So really in theory the numbers after the 1 could be anything during the first step of the calculation. The quantum value is irrelevant until the number is summed. And that chain of numbers is not encrypted, it doesnít represent information, so a googleplex squared could actually be anything up to one less than 2 googleplex squared and contain the same quantum value as the known mathematical result before the machine sums it. Because this number can theoretically be anything, we have to conclude that the unknowable value has to have the property of intelligence, that it is of will to exist in some sort of way because the adding machine has already contracted a result. Not random, not cryptographic, but an unmeasurable value that has to exist for some time within the calculation. It has to choose something, intelligently.

The_Continental
Jan 13, 2019

My god, Winston, is that infernal sun still giving my buttocks that entirely too cool smirk?!


Can it cook me a fuckin steak?! Ayyyy fuckin why dont you godel escher bach up offa deez nuts there Mr Hofstadter

By popular demand
Jul 17, 2007

IT *BZZT* WASP ME--
IT WASP ME ALL *BZZT* ALONG!




ClamdestineBoyster posted:

Calculus is all about numbers approaching infinity, but nobody really does a lot of practical work with very high numbers. Say we took a googleplex, which is the highest whole number a machine can store without cryptography, and used another adding machine to square that number, what would that yield? The answer is an excessively long series of 9s, like 999999999999999 etc, one less than the mathematical result. The initial quantum sum is one less than the mathematical answer, and the machine ultimately counts itself as one in the second part of the process. So really in theory the numbers after the 1 could be anything during the first step of the calculation. The quantum value is irrelevant until the number is summed. And that chain of numbers is not encrypted, it doesnít represent information, so a googleplex squared could actually be anything up to one less than 2 googleplex squared and contain the same quantum value as the known mathematical result before the machine sums it. Because this number can theoretically be anything, we have to conclude that the unknowable value has to have the property of intelligence, that it is of will to exist in some sort of way because the adding machine has already contracted a result. Not random, not cryptographic, but an unmeasurable value that has to exist for some time within the calculation. It has to choose something, intelligently.

After ffeding this coded massage to the illuminati main frame i got this translation:

Top Secret clearance only
THE EVIL PIG SHALL RISE AGAIN

munce
Oct 22, 2010



BigBadSteve posted:

DOR, whatever it is all about (it's beyond me), might be legit. Math can be strange.



He cut a skylight in half then glued it together (while constructing an aquarium). Then decided to try to make a living off it.

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Statutory Ape
Sep 12, 2017
Probation
Can't post for 22 hours!


munce posted:



He cut a skylight in half then glued it together (while constructing an aquarium). Then decided to try to make a living off it.

drugs good

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