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originally posted by: CaptainBeno
So before you read below, I saw this article and it got me thinking? Is there something in it? The more I looked at the dress the more I recognised it! I Live in Australia and I see this dress on weather presenters over here too? Not as often as in America apparently?
It might just be me or is there a message to be taken from this...i.e. when this dress is worn something happens?
Don't get me wrong, I'm no wacko but the girls I have seen over my life would never ever wear something another girl would wear. Let alone on TV? Now, unless they all know each other (Highly doubtful considering I've seen this dress in Aus too?)
1: 23 is one of the most commonly cited prime numbers - a number that can only be divided by itself and one. Twenty three is the lowest prime that consists of consecutive digits. Primes have been described as the "atoms" of mathematics - the building blocks of the world of numbers. An American businessman has put up a US$1m (£500,000) prize for the first mathematician to find a pattern in primes - a problem known as the Riemann hypothesis.
2: The number has been the subject of not one but two films: the 1998 German movie, 23, and The Number 23, starring Jim Carrey, released (naturally) today. Each has a main character obsessed with the number.
3: John Forbes Nash, the Nobel Prize-winning economist who was the subject of the film, A Beautiful Mind, starring Russell Crowe, was obsessed with 23. It featured prominently in his battle with mental illness. His breakdown began when he claimed that a photograph of Pope John XXIII on the cover of Life magazine was in fact him, the proof being that 23 was his favourite number. Nash published 23 scientific articles.
4: More freaky numerical coincidences: Charles Darwin's Origin of Species was published in 1859 - 1+8+5+9 = 23. Two divided by three makes 0.666 recurring (allegedly - actually it makes 0.6666666667). The Hiroshima bomb was dropped at 8.15am - 8+15= 23.
5: 23rdians are a group of people who subscribe to the mystical power of 23 and see it in multiple combinations throughout daily life.
6: The Ancient Chinese believed numbers conveyed sexuality - evens for feminine and odds for masculine. They considered prime numbers to be the most masculine, conferring special status on 23 which is made up of two consecutive prime numbers and the only even prime number - two.
originally posted by: FamCore
a reply to: CaptainBeno
Have any of you heard that audio clip of literally like 30+ news anchors stating the same exact lines in their reporting? It must be like franchising for chain restaurants or similar business entities- a corporate master dictates what and how things happen