Catacliz

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Hello Mr. Soul

Oh, hello Mr. Soul, I dropped by to pick up a reason For  the thought that I caught, that my head is the event of the season Why in  crowds just a trace of my face could seem so pleasin’ I’ll cop out to the  change, but a stranger is putting the tease on

I was down on a frown when the messenger brought me a  letter I was raised by the praise of a fan who said I upset her Any girl  in the world could have easily known me better She said, “You’re strange,  but don’t change”, and I let her

In a while will the smile on my face turn to plaster? Stick  around while the clown who is sick does the trick of disaster For the race  of my head and my face is moving much faster Is it strange I should change?  I don’t know, why don’t you ask her? Is it strange I should change? I don’t  know Is it strange I should change? I don’t know

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Settlement, studies of, Glenn.

Ink a figure 8.  In

Cannate

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whether lost,

Discern.  Don’t deserve._________________________________________________________________

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neil-young what a surprise you liked the bourne identity?

Theories vs. theorems

Theories are Theodore’s.
but

Main rather in ideas
are in the realm of philosophical theories as contrasted with scientific theories.
At least some of the elementary theorems of a philosophical theory are statements whose
truth cannot
necessarily be scientifically tested through empirical necessities
about the theory are called metatheorems.

ethical theor facts
(that have scientific theories.)

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inside your eyes
hey, yeah
it’s automatic when you know it

The strength of a scientific theory is related to the diversity of phenomena it can explain,
which is measured by its ability to make falsifiable predictions
with respect to those phenomena. Theories are improved
(or replaced by better theories) as more evidence is gathered,
so that accuracy in prediction improves over time; this increased accuracy corresponds to
an increase in scientific knowledge.

“I am the greatest man who ever lived.

( I’d like to be Terrence Tao

“I was born to give and give and give” – Weezer (lives) — that’s what
I was trying to tell you.)

(c) = c.

I ain’t got a thing to prove to you. With the me inside.
I don’t give a hoot what you think.

Another interesting transition occurs on the interface between point-set topology,
which largely uses soft analysis,
and metric geometry,
which largely uses hard analysis.

“Excuse my manners if I make a scene.”

It’s the times we catch ourselves thinking
got to admit, though
the representation and the substance
it takes two.
HCHO is a famous interstellar example
I’ll take you there my friend
better than H2O or CH4’s
like we’re evil forces.
4ces.
4 says one thing drained out of a
cubic parsec’s
cool
on the
present light c ones.
sorry but we just missed
the formaldehyde hyperplane
Ithought I knew
didn
t have a clue
sic the thing
intention
not a SIC
the damn thing was true.

Tuesday, the fourth one in October
Daddy days I got to pay some tickets
Daddy says
a slip
for street sweeping.
“I’m dreamin’ in the morning”
3:44 AM
T eacher says I got to learn some facts.
So I can waste ’em in the stacks.

Those aren’t 2 horizontal largelies
in the pennal T box. Box-box.
T box < (or equals to) box-box.
Be here all afternoon
if this dog doesn’t medal

surface

Was true. Was hought a “hot” or a man a tramp
or a woman, she’s a hag, eh? Scroll up
I’ll make you understand.
Anh (Vietnam)

mala noticias Washoe

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Young Russian Ticklers bang bang bang tore boots

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IT-IS-TIME-FORS ALL TO EXPLAIN ONE-TO-ONE AS TO AME’S PAIRING ROBIN’S LNES’ STANDARD DILUTED
MILKSHAKES IN GOTHAM STARRING HECATE TWO NICHOLAS *METRIPOLOS* REGARDWESS AT LEAST BATMAN
PhD HAD IT COMIN’ DUE TO MY DEGENERACY THROUGH HIGHLY REFINED SAN DIEGL (NORTH PARK (UNDER WHERE)
IT IS) ESPc CLOSING ON LA JOLLA: IT’S YOUR DAD,
ZION 33, Fi YOU ARE THIRTY-FOURTH 2013 (*) @6, VIETNAM WAR’S
IDEA-PLATE. YOU’RE THE PLATE, DODO.

Theories vs. theorems

Theories are distinct from theorems. Theorems are derived deductively from objections
according to a formal system of rules, sometimes as an end in itself and sometimes as a
first step in testing or applying a theory in a concrete situation; theorems are said to be true in the sense
that the conclusions of a theorem are logical consequences of the objections.
Theories are abstract and conceptual,
and to this end they are always considered true. They are supported or challenged by
observations in the world. They are ‘rigorously tentative’,
meaning that they are proposed as true and expected to satisfy careful examination
to account for the possibility of faulty infer-
ence or incorrect observation. Sometimes theories are incorrect, meaning that an explicit
set of observations contradicts some fundamental objection or application of the theory,
but more often theories are corrected to conform to new observations, by restricting
the class of phenomena the theory applies to or changing the assertions
made. An example of the former is the
restriction of Classical mechanics to phenomena involving macroscopic lengthscales
and particle speeds much lower than the speed of light.

“Sometimes a hypothesis never reaches the point of being considered a theory because the
answer is not found to derive its assertions analytically or not applied empirically.”

Philosophical theories[edit]

Main article: Philosophical theory

Theories whose subject matter consists not in empirical data, but rather in ideas
are in the realm of philosophical theories as contrasted with scientific theories.
At least some of the elementary theorems of a philosophical theory are statements whose
truth cannot
necessarily be scientifically tested through empirical observation.

Fields of study are sometimes named “theory” because their basis is some initial set of objections describing the field’s approach
to a subject matter. These assumptions are the elementary theorems
of the particular theory, and can be thought of as the axioms of that field. Some commonly known examples include set
theory and number theory; however literary theory, critical theory, and music theory are also of the same form.

Metatheory[edit]

Main article: Metatheory

One form of philosophical theory is a metatheory
or meta-theory.
A metatheory is a theory whose subject matter is some other
theory. In other words it is a theory about a theory. Statements made in the metatheory
about the theory are called metatheorems.

Political theories

Main article: Political theory

A political theory is an ethical theory about
the law and government. Often the term “political theory” refers to a
general view, or specific ethic, political belief or attitude, about politics.

Scientific theories

Main article: Scientific theory

In science, the term “theory” refers to
“a well-substantiated explanation of
some aspect of the natural world,
based on a body of facts
that have been repeatedly confirmed
through observation and experiment.”
Theories must also meet further requirements,
such as the ability to make falsifiable predictions
with consistent accuracy
across a broad area
of scientific inquiry, and production of strong
evidence in favor of the theory from multiple independent
sources. (See characteristics of scientific theories.)

The strength of a scientific theory is related to the diversity of phenomena it can explain,
which is measured by its ability to make falsifiable predictions
with respect to those phenomena. Theories are improved
(or replaced by better theories) as more evidence is gathered,
so that accuracy in prediction improves over time; this increased accuracy corresponds to
an increase in scientific knowledge.
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determined by triples of points from X, and more generally in N-dimensional space the convex hull
is the union of the simplices determined by at most N + 1 vertices from X.

If the convex hull of X is a closed set (as happens, for instance, if X is a finite set
or more generally a compact set), then it is the intersection of all closed half-spaces containing X.
The hyperplane separation theorem proves that in this case, each point not in the convex hull can be
separated from the convex hull by a half-space. However, there exist convex sets, and convex hulls of sets,
that cannot be represented in this way. One example is an open halfspace together with a single point on its boundary.

More abstractly, the convex-hull operator Conv() has the characteristic properties of a closure operator:
It is extensive, meaning that the convex hull of every set X is a superset of X.
It is non-decreasing, meaning that, for every two sets X and Y with X ? Y, the convex hull of X
is a subset of the convex hull of Y.
It is idempotent, meaning that for every X, the convex hull of the convex hull of X is the same as the convex hull of X.

Convex hull of a finite point set[edit]

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One Response to “Catacliz”

  1. sbillinghurst Says:

    Teacher loved his kids, brother says

    Mike Landsberry, a popular math teacher at the school, was killed in the shooting, Sparks Mayor Geno Martini told CNN.

    In addition to his work as a teacher, Landsberry also had served in the Marines and served several tours in Afghanistan as a member of the Nevada Air National Guard, his brother, Reggie, told CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360.”

    “He was the kind of person that if someone needed help he would be there,” Reggie Landsberry said. “He loved teaching. He loved the kids. He loved coaching them. … He was just a good all-around individual.”

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