posted on May, 8 2011 @ 01:04 PM
"My god! It's full of a lack of stars!"
Anyway, to take this further... (feel free to post this on other domains as well)
Let us consider Chewbacca, and sasquatch, if we shall. For the wookie, as we know, is a tool user.
Therefore, he is not really a pencil sort of tool user, but an arms-ripping-out-of-sockets tool user, meaning, he flies spaceships and has adventures,
not sitting around pushing pencils. LAME. The wookie, for example, knows this.
Observe that Chewbacca fir example, understands electricity. That is because he only needs enough math, to become effective enough to get a spaceship
and have adventures. Once he groks the electronics aspects of math, he is going to be able to get a spaceship gig and hopefully achieve such bonds
with people as to incur the lifedebt which the wookie is always on the lookout to give. So I am like the wookie, in that for me, math is a vehicle to
understand electronics. Now that may be simplistic for the NASA engineer, but can such men ever be satisfied? I say no.
Therefore in my case, when I think of the divison line, I think "rational number" which means, "ratio" meaning "this is to that". However, when
I think of this I always find myself visualizing Ohm's law, which is a relational, practical law, which helps to resolve all the bullshatzz in
regards to math.
Ohms law says current x resistance = volts. So my point is this: Math'sturbators can take this simple, life-affirming (and life saving!) truth, and
they can get their snobber all over a very simple principle. It is this: All your MDAS are belong to BUS.
Meaning even the dumbest wookie knows that when you gets electrons flowing in a circuit, you are good to go!
This means this: Ohm's law should be taught in preschool. Therefore do all things in math as rubber, hit the road. Because MDAS are all happening
at the same time. In truth, ohms law describes a tug of war, a pulling and pushing between two forces. In truth, amps are a measure of draw across
to points (voltage) so if you see a number, then visualize it as the quotient and also as impedance, because you will learn to see ohms (resistance)
right below it, as a "ratio-nal" number meaning this-to-that. All three exist at the same time that is the point of a ratio.
Consider please, that the simpler way says this: Counting stuff makes sense up to a certain point, and also for fun, but to try and make things that
happen in motion (meaning, over time) like electronics, into discreet moment-to-moment things on piece of paper, is 90% mathsturbatory. Now, that's
fun, but it is all in your brain. Whereas, math that actually produce fun times with a real fine lady like the Millennium Falcon, is not
mathsturbatory, but is effective, flowing, and very very real. Nerds, listen up because there's levels to this stuff I am posting here. You know,
like what exactly is electricity? And what does is mean to be shocking? Is it shocking for me to point out that all your children in school have
mathsturbatory teachers whose goal is to prevent real electricity from flowing in America?