May 13th, 2009

  • roybot

A treatise: Resonance waves in buttocks muscles

Abstract: Finding the optimal balance between corpulent tissue and muscle mass is a challenging problem in buttocks-based frequency modulators. Too much fat and undesired harmonic oscillation occurs, too dense musculature introduces undermodulation, giving rise to the inability to fully use the spectrum. Through various experiments, the author determines these ideal ratios, while compensating for the inherent distortions in such natural oscillation devices.

Posted by Mr. The Plague (mastar of teh gibson)
  • roybot

Final Theorem

Over the cosmic tetrahedral edges you can
see the Oxygen bonded to Hydrogen, which is a
recent enough of a scientific discovery
that it is still celebrated each Milennia.
For such a great length of time in the history
of Humanity we thought that Hydrogen Lobes
could only bond to the two central Carbon Lobes.
(Of course, before we discovered the parallel
between ethanol and the final Universe
Structure, they were named quite differently.) Now we truly
know that a line of infinite length is the same as a
infinitesimally small point. How could we
have known that to calculate the true
diameter of the final Universe Structure
to within one lightyear, you need a value of
pi with an accuracy of 20,000 digits? With the
final Axiom Discovery, that the infinitesimal
side of the Universes Arc plunges into and
through an ethanol molecule in the brain of
Frank Zappa, We Were Gods.

Posted by wolf530 (analog hacker extraordinaire)
  • roybot


MTP: how do you make dark-emitting diodes?
wolf359: With negative electrons!

Posted by Mr. The Plague (mastar of teh gibson)
  • roybot

new party game

When deejaying at your friends' party, see how many times you can play Soundgarden's Spoonman over and over without anyone noticing. My record is six spins in a row.

Steal the rhythm with your hands.

Posted by Supporter of Ham #2361