A day founded on scientific achievement, intellectual debate and good music. It is the last day before the last month of the year; the end of the middle, signaling the beginning of the end. It is a time when Chicago (my hometown) is cold, but the holidays leave all in warm spirits and with love for all of humanity. This holiday is not static. The primary purpose of this day is to encourage generous donations, primarily to scientific advancement, to study and general betterment of oneself academically, and for serious scientific debate and discussion. It is also acceptable to be celebrated in any fashion as long as it brings more good cheer than ill will.
What am I really saying by changing my profile picture to the French flag? I’m saying I’m against terrorism directed towards western powers. How does this support those affected? Does each flag send money to the families? Does Facebook support intimidate the offenders? More likely, it stimulates them, because the kind of people who would blow themselves up are the kind of people who love attention.
And, honestly, what of Beruit?
Disclaimer: I do not believe infinity exists in nature.
This one is brief and as of yet, a work in progress. In order for most of our current laws of physics to work, the concept of Infinity has to exist in nature. However, in some places such as the singularity of a black hole or the edges of the universe, our current laws break down. We cannot quantify infinity. So I propose a thought experiment, involving everyone’s favorite beverage;
Using data collected by researchers at Ohio State University, astronomers have found vast quantities of pure, ice cold, delicious alcohol in an interstellar cloud some 10,000 light years from Earth.
This beer cloud, as I’m (unofficially) officially naming it right now, is an unimaginably large amount of liquid happiness. In fact, if you, or more preferably I, were to have this entire beer cloud fermented and transformed into one’s favorite beer, there would be more than one could consume in an entire lifetime. Even if, from birth until a virtually impossible lifespan of 80 years or so, one were to drink oneself into a perpetually drunken state, indefinitely pushing the limits of alcohol poisoning and remaining just outside of the reach of death’s sobering embrace, it may appear to the inebriated onlooker that the cloud had not diminished an ounce in size.
Thus, we can conclude that the beer cloud is effectively infinite in size because one person could drink from it for the entirety of one’s life, which to that person, is all of time.
One could drink from the beer cloud for infinity.
But the cloud is indeed quantifiable. From this scenario, we reach the conclusion that infinity is a number that can be counted to.
Of course this is very preliminary, but it can also be promising in disproving the Existence Of Infinity.
Hillary Clinton came To Orangeburg today to speak at one of her town halls at Claflin University, right next to the esteemed South Carolina State University, and she spoke to a packed auditoriums Of Orangeburg residents. She spoke on the state of women in the workforce and equal pay, the failing public and private school systems, college tuition and student debt, and some other issues that Bernie Sanders already won our hearts on. Phrases heard very frequently: we need to do more…, I want more of…, we need to make sure… The point is she would bring up an issue without offering any type of solution.
She and her interviewer went back and forth for the first half hour or so, and then it went to questions from the audience. Hillary always had an answer, which is good. She also had a pretty decent grasp on the women in the audience, which is to be expected. But she left a lot of doubt in the air. Her interviewer was more welcome, I perceived, to the audience than she was.
One question asked went something like What will you do to get some of the money tied up in banks to the coming to the community? She started with saying how too much money is tied up in banks. Then said something along the lines of “I want to, without giving too much relief to the big banks provide support to smaller banks.”
Other than this, she gave very vague answers. She tried once or twice to use somewhat African American dialog that didn’t go along well. When asked about the problem with sickle cell anemia, she said answered with how it’s a problem that we need to solve.
This went on for the duration of her talk.
She knows what’s going on, she just doesn’t know what to act on and how to do so. She leaves a lot to ambiguity, so she’s not far displaced from the majority of politicians.
I didn’t think Hilary has the answers America needs before this town hall, and I don’t think she does now.
Bernie for president
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We had a trunk or treat under the stadium bleachers at my school today. It was refreshing to see the children’s faces. I want to call them hopeful, but it was more like peace. Happiness, even in the terribly timed rainy weather. They didn’t fear the dangers of the world. It had the song All We Need by Raury going through my head. It’s one of my favorite songs right now from the album with the same name. I’ll do a review on the album soon.
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