number two it took a long time to upload like usual for youtube
In the process of trying to modify the traditional algebraic equations in the subject of apocalyptical mathematics, I have been struggling with my own inner conflicts that it so happens to be that the things that I’m getting at are upsetting the whole congruency in mathematics. Everything always starts with zero? No! I think that in order to make the statement true we must break the rules and they will collapse like a bunch of broccoli! There hasn’t been enough of this existential thinking in the subject of math. I do, however think that it takes a lot of guts to change the traditions of how everyone does math. I can only pray that my efforts will be not be frowned upon. I hope to become the first female to rearrange the organization of how we do math (i.e. via video games).
Even though there haven’t been enough of mathematicians to go around parading the scene in such frabjous enthusiasm in the video game department, I still think that we should keep moving forward, and never give up. I have done some research on the matter and have found out that what I am looking for is an SZR model for an infectious disease, survival percentage. It so happens to be that the algebraic equations began to slide into the region of beginner’s calculus. *sigh* There wasn’t a damn thing I could do about the modifications of it. Later that day I played L4D2 online campaign and for once didn’t get kicked off. I found the Easter egg in the campaign for “The Parish” in a local diner, pressed the juke box, flipping through the songs until I came across Jonathan Coulton’s re: your brains. I’m listening to it right now. I wasn’t at all surprised at my teammates when they told me to get my ass in the safe house. Sure I was stalling but at least I got to survive the horde through the entire song.
Subject Delta is such a badass! :D
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