I just like to imagine that if you put a group of Saxons anywhere near Christopher Lee he’s just going to shed their blood. Just right there. No conversation or anything, just lots and lots of blood shedding.
Remember, thirteen years ago we let this song become popular. We sat back and did absolutely nothing to stop it. Only through remembering history can we stop anything like this from ever happening again.
Not too long ago, I couldn’t understand why a woman would not identify as a feminist. I knew the term came with a lot of baggage, but I was willing to defend it. I was determined to take the movement back from the misandrists and the perpetual victims.
I still believe that…
I hate this mentality.
If you can’t figure out how to balance a checkbook I feel sorry for you.. it’s just adding and subtracting.
"Imaginary" is just a term. If you can’t grasp that concept it’s not the school system’s fault, it’s yours. Stop overreacting and open a fucking book. Imaginary numbers have been used for hundreds of years.
One of the most familiar examples where we use imaginary numbers, or “complex numbers” as they are sometimes called, is from electrical engineering, where imaginary numbers are used to keep track of the amplitude and phase of an electrical oscillation, such as an audio signal, or the electrical voltage and current that power electrical appliances.
Closely related to the electrical engineering example is the use of complex numbers in signal processing, which has applications to telecommunications (cellular phone), radar (which assists the navigation of airplanes), and even biology (in the analysis of firing events from neurons in the brain).
Another important application of complex numbers is their use in a field of physics called quantum mechanics. Although quantum mechanics is not an everyday subject, it is extremely important in many common applications with which we are familiar. Imaginary (complex) numbers help form the descriptions of electronic states in materials (which lead to applications in optics - fluorescent and incandescent lights and CCD cameras, even the description of polarization for polarized sunglasses), electronics (transistors and other semiconductor devices, as well as magnetism, which has applications to magnetic disk drives and other storage devices), and chemistry (the covalent bonding between atoms). [x]
Could not agree more strongly.
There should be a law preventing Ian McKellen from being so adorable on camera. It makes me want to hug him and I cannot. :[