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  1. 11 hours ago, MonDie said:

     

    How everyone everywhere tolerates the same styles of music, and all societies tend toward the proliferation of those styles, such that, a supposedly creative discipline is slowly consolidating toward a few styles.  I appreciate the lack of words.

    Ghost Mice, Chipped Tooth

    and sequel: Death and Hatred to Mankind

    :) :) :) 

    I suppose you cited my previous comment. 

    well, but interestingly almost the same styles may have wide ranges of fans while that mentioned music was not being supported. All in all you might be right. because there are some artists that have good musics ,but just one sample is good. ,,or I have not heard the more. 

     

    for instance this one: 

    although I enjoyed this, it is listened just over 2 million. 

    I have more smaples but this one seems enough for now. 

    thanks for stating your opinion.

  2. 17 minutes ago, wtf said:

    Me being the picky type, let me point out that 1 is not good notation and is technically not correct. 

    In the case of a nonnegative real number x , we can define x as the positive of the two values whose square is x .

    However in the complex numbers there is no concept of positive or negative. That is, we can't algebraically distinguish between i and i . So we define i as a complex number such that i2=1 . We pick one of the two possible values and call it i , and we call the other one i .

    The notation 1 is technically wrong regardless of its ubiquity

    technical means , the methods used in one, of branch of science, profession or art. 

     

  3. [math]   x^{2} =-1   [/math] ( the existence of [math] \sqrt{-1} [/math]   ) or the creation of complex numbers in other words.

    is an acceptance.

    if you can (I do not know whether you can) solve quadratic equations, this may help you. 

    and the graphs may (also) be helpful

     

  4. 51 minutes ago, studiot said:

    I'm sure you don't quite mean that.

    🙂

    yes , to say: "the probability for whole domain set of random variable " might be better. 

    in fact, I do not believe the ncertainity when we locate us in mathematics. because everything is definite/certain.

    the uncertain parts are most probably just belong to our failures. 

    haha ,what I have written , like phylosophists :) :) 

  5. On 3/13/2021 at 11:55 PM, studiot said:

    What is the probability that tomorrow a meteorite will strike New York, killing every inhabitant ?

    hahahahah :) :) :) 

    On 3/15/2021 at 1:02 PM, To_Mars_and_Beyond said:

    P(E)=1 means

    that is just a theoretic part, and simply shows the summation of all possible probabilities. So ,equal to 1. 

  6. 13 minutes ago, Conscious Energy said:

    Maybe you could express/reason why You think time is linear or not?

    to me ,no. because it is not changeable,or personally I have not seen any application in such a way.  however some interesting but real cases have potentiality  to or might show that at least not.

    generally physicists (especially who want to be known as popular) have tendency to comment on this issue and most of those I saw were not claiming that it was linear.  

     

  7. 4 minutes ago, Curious layman said:

    This site has experts who understand this stuff and can explain it far better than I can interpret it from just reading.

    FFS, were not going down this road again...

    gosh I did not imply to just read.

    anyway... by by for now. 

  8. 7 minutes ago, Curious layman said:

    but I'll never know if I don't ask. 

    no, you can learn even if you do not ask.

    I have some particular wordings on this issue,but i think I don't interest.

    just for now,I can say that some narrowed areas might be available. (some keywords: gtp, g proteins, colours, race, human ,animal vision system.)

     

     

  9. 7 minutes ago, Curious layman said:

    so it's just a curious thought that popped into my head whilst reading wiki.

    to me, it is not a meaningful question,sorry. 

     

     

  10. 46 minutes ago, Curious layman said:

    If I (white guy) were to move to South Africa and only have children with white women,  would my descendants eventually turn black?

    If yes, How many generations would this take?

    maybe under this thread I might be not the best one to respond. 

    but more than this query: I was thinking this one: "whenever I see russians here, I clearly see that they are not same with me,although I do not have dark skin. but their whitenes is shining :) .

    so,the (probably equivalent ) query is that whether I would have skin as same as  russians have had if I would go russia and live here for long time. 

    and I respond my query by myself as almost always: even if not as same as russins ,it would get lighter. sure. :) 

    one think I wonder: why have you opened this thread ,for what?

  11. hi, 

    may I request help from the ones who have interest to this issue, my queries will be:

    1) whether the direct opinion would be correct , thinking like entry to prosperous countries would be better (i.e. will bring more income).Furthermore, turkish patent office (i.e. tpe) 's international preliminary examination shows that my invention has no inventive step. So, does this mean that the examination phase will fail in national phase of another country. (especially for prosperous countrys')  (note: according to ISR (ISA=TR), the invention is novel,industrial applicable but lacking for inventive step as said. )

    2) whether there are any organizations or associations that might support us (just) for payment of ISR and Examination fees (i.e. PCT fees)?

  12. I do not know very well what you exactly look for but if you are willing to do maths (category: algebra) , I think your prerequisites are to obtain knowledge about :

    --- >> normal operations (summation, mltiplication in R)

    --- >> sets (and all operations)

    --- >> what function is and properties of functions. (1-1,onto ,bijective and types and all other relevant properties of functions)

    Then slightly pass please into pure maths ("entry to algebra" in other words)

    but as studiot advises, do not try to do too much at once. I think even if anyone is so much intelligent ,there are some limitations that that one would not be able to pass them. 

     

     

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