Friday, 30 September 2011

It's a good look, but we can read right between your lines, Orac.

A statement of fact cannot be insolent. Unless that fact, should it become public, is a threat to certain activities and interests.

Orac has a particular Modus Operandus, and a very easy task. It is his self appointed role to de-construct fallacy in medicine. Something he does expertly, wittily, and with great precision and thoroughness.

He and his commentariat have infinite patience and capacity with their adversaries in the anti-pashmina movement. No argument or admission goes un-addressed.

Anything Th1Th2 says is given a certain treatment.

Not so, Jacob and Slartibartfastibast who, with their respective offerings of cannabis therapy for autism and the neanderthal admixture hypothesis for autism...

Why no Orac treatment? Could it be that these two hypotheses are a threat in some way to Orac and friends?

Mai oh Mai, C4A found PAI

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The ratio of Jenny McCarthy Body Count's likes to Cannabis for Autism's likes on 29/09/2011 was a very close approximation of PI (which is = 3.14159265)

Sunday, 25 September 2011

Look mum, we went from 108 to π in less than 23 iterations ;)

108 = 2^2 x 3^3 or the solution for ((x-1)^(x-1))(x^x) when x = 3

From which, and with no great leap of imagination at all, we can get the expression (3^(1÷3))^−(2^(1÷2)) or [ ((x^(1/x))^-((x-1)^(1/(x-1)) ] which is almost the lower bound of the expansion so with a bit of iteration we find that the lower bound occurs when x = π and n = 2.

(12^(1÷12))^−(11^(1÷11))^−(10^(1÷10))^−(9^(1÷9))^−(8^(1÷8))^−(7^(1÷7))^−(6^(1÷6))^−(5^(1÷5))^−(4^(1÷4))^−(3^(1÷3))^−(2^(1÷2))^−(1^(1÷1)) = 0.841236826
(3^(1÷3))^−(2^(1÷2))^−(1^(1÷1) = 0.771865166

(3^(1÷3))^−(2^(1÷2)) = 0.595775834

(4^(1÷4))^−(3^(1÷3)) = 0.606624308

(5^(1÷5))^−(4^(1÷4)) = 0.63430981

(3.13^(1÷3.13))^−(2.13^(1÷2.13)) = 0.594577953

(3.12^(1÷3.12))^−(2.12^(1÷2.12)) = 0.59462546

(3.11^(1÷3.11))^−(2.11^(1÷2.11)) = 0.594679901

(3.14^(1÷3.14))^−(2.14^(1÷2.14)) = 0.59453723

(π^(1÷π))^−((π−1)^(1÷(π−1))) = 0.594531362

A little bird helped me along the way x

So I guess I'd better figure out what the upper bound is now, though I assume it's =1

I do hope the upper bound is less than 1.

There's something really real about the interval between 0.594531362 and 0.841236826 or slightly higher.

But, alas;

(9999^(1÷9999))^−(9998^(1÷9998)) = 0.99907846


(9999^(1÷9999))^−(9999^(1÷9999)) is 1.

If you'd like to know where the original expression goes, the answer is nowhere special with respect to π:

((π−1)^(π−1))(π^π) = 186.271338549

((π−2)^(π−2))((π−1)^(π−1)) = 5.942346492

and know that it tends towards infinity and sub zero (but not less than -1)..

Tuesday, 13 September 2011

S & Ms and my P

Cute but not what I think I am.

RasJia => The Sun's Jeer => Sun'slaugh <= Falseness = Mirror call

Now let's look at inchantmeant. No, not 'enchantment', just what else could the chant have meant, assuming it was 'recorded' by an onlooker who didn't understand what he or she was hearing then subsequently passed on, written down and later split in the wrong place and reused as 'magic words' or a name for God.

Just as one who chants 'Holy' will find in that chant is also 'Leo', so anyone who chants 'Shiva' will also find 'Vashi', which means 'mind control' or 'enchantment'.

Not content which such images or so sandwiches or some sausages and summer juice, chanting 'images' reveals, amongst other things, my name.

Nu illusion <=> Nozyulian.

Ah Sue Dem.

Wednesday, 7 September 2011

Two Ditties

Eat or be Eaten,
Breed or be Bread,
Leave or be Levelled,
That's what She said.

Eat or be Starving,
Breed or be Fucked,
Migrate or be miserable,
Think about that.