A few months back, a small twitter hashtag got kind of crazy - #overlyhonestmethods
Its a hashtag full of scientists admitting shortcuts in research, along with the daily face palms and annoyances of a scientific lifestyle. Science is hard, yo.
I decided to steal some of the more popular tweets from the trending hashtag along with some random images of scientists from Google image search and combine them. This is the result. it works, I think.
The full album can be found here: http://imgur.com/a/x77kL
Today, I learned something from a rage comic. O.O indeed
So of course I have to go into a full explanation of this.
Basically this takes a number n and claims that (at least for some restricted n) that
n^2 = 100(n-25)+(50-n)^2
I was not expecting that to work out so well. So (if I’m not mistaken) this actually works for any real number.
Of course, you have to view it as a sum and not just the digits; ie if you use 96 you get:
96-25=71; 50-96=-46; (-46*-46)=2116 (as seen in the comic)
but obviously 96^2 ≠ 712116
however, 96^2 = 9216 = 7100+2116 = 100(71)+2116
There is no “U” in Freedom.
There’s also no N, H, or S in america
GPOY at Arkells’ concert lol.