Peddle to the metal cushioned just right alllll the wayyyyy!! ? I like, I Love! There’s Serious Intent in that look!Holy high hip-to-waist ratio, Batman.
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Peddle to the metal cushioned just right alllll the wayyyyy!! ? I like, I Love! There’s Serious Intent in that look!Holy high hip-to-waist ratio, Batman.
Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali specifically. Philosopher my ass...If the A-rab types Put half the brainpower and energy they put into killing and maiming each other... into science, technology and math, they would make Silicon Valley look like the Congo.
Once they led the world in everything from math to ceramics to art. Then along came Muhammad and ignorance and a belief that “it is written” overcame initiative and inventiveness. Ignorance and servility became the norm.
Well, the way things are going these may become de-rigeur everywhere.
Sirhr
String trimmer and sandals ....... I see a Mexican hat dance in her future.
https://oppositesdetract.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F614053740049268736
Math was easier back then???
Someone sat around and looked at the stars... and then developed math to prove that the earth orbited the sun..... Zero starting point.. zero books and wikipedia...
The Dark Ages- probably delayed satellites by 1000 years
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This monumental book traces the origins and development of mathematics in the ancient Middle East, from its earliest beginnings in the fourth millennium BCE to the end of indigenous intellectual culture in the second century BCE when cuneiform writing was gradually abandoned. Eleanor Robson offers a history like no other, examining ancient mathematics within its broader social, political, economic, and religious contexts, and showing that mathematics was not just an abstract discipline for elites but a key component in ordering society and understanding the world.
The region of modern-day Iraq is uniquely rich in evidence for ancient mathematics because its prehistoric inhabitants wrote on clay tablets, many hundreds of thousands of which have been archaeologically excavated, deciphered, and translated. Drawing from these and a wealth of other textual and archaeological evidence, Robson gives an extraordinarily detailed picture of how mathematical ideas and practices were conceived, used, and taught during this period. She challenges the prevailing view that they were merely the simplistic precursors of classical Greek mathematics, and explains how the prevailing view came to be. Robson reveals the true sophistication and beauty of ancient Middle Eastern mathematics as it evolved over three thousand years, from the earliest beginnings of recorded accounting to complex mathematical astronomy. Every chapter provides detailed information on sources, and the book includes an appendix on all mathematical cuneiform tablets published before 2007.
That's just my jet ski. You ought to see the yacht I launch that from. ;-)
That’s a photo shopped dump truck don’t be fooled.Holy high hip-to-waist ratio, Batman.
Pauses, ?looks back...?you’re good to gooo. ??17 points.
Firefighter/EMT-B at 18 years old. Paramedic at 21 years old. 40 years old next month. I'm one of the guys women have handed their purse to, and their dying kids to. I'm also the guy that will sever the brainstem on any man or beast that needs it. Have a nice day.
Right.
https://oppositesdetract.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F614053740049268736
Math was easier back then???
Someone sat around and looked at the stars... and then developed math to prove that the earth orbited the sun..... Zero starting point.. zero books and wikipedia...
The Dark Ages- probably delayed satellites by 1000 years
View attachment 7286566
This monumental book traces the origins and development of mathematics in the ancient Middle East, from its earliest beginnings in the fourth millennium BCE to the end of indigenous intellectual culture in the second century BCE when cuneiform writing was gradually abandoned. Eleanor Robson offers a history like no other, examining ancient mathematics within its broader social, political, economic, and religious contexts, and showing that mathematics was not just an abstract discipline for elites but a key component in ordering society and understanding the world.
The region of modern-day Iraq is uniquely rich in evidence for ancient mathematics because its prehistoric inhabitants wrote on clay tablets, many hundreds of thousands of which have been archaeologically excavated, deciphered, and translated. Drawing from these and a wealth of other textual and archaeological evidence, Robson gives an extraordinarily detailed picture of how mathematical ideas and practices were conceived, used, and taught during this period. She challenges the prevailing view that they were merely the simplistic precursors of classical Greek mathematics, and explains how the prevailing view came to be. Robson reveals the true sophistication and beauty of ancient Middle Eastern mathematics as it evolved over three thousand years, from the earliest beginnings of recorded accounting to complex mathematical astronomy. Every chapter provides detailed information on sources, and the book includes an appendix on all mathematical cuneiform tablets published before 2007.
Aaaaaaaaand this is how Coronavirus is made.
https://oppositesdetract.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F614053740049268736
Math was easier back then???
Someone sat around and looked at the stars... and then developed math to prove that the earth orbited the sun..... Zero starting point.. zero books and wikipedia...
The Dark Ages- probably delayed satellites by 1000 years
View attachment 7286566
This monumental book traces the origins and development of mathematics in the ancient Middle East, from its earliest beginnings in the fourth millennium BCE to the end of indigenous intellectual culture in the second century BCE when cuneiform writing was gradually abandoned. Eleanor Robson offers a history like no other, examining ancient mathematics within its broader social, political, economic, and religious contexts, and showing that mathematics was not just an abstract discipline for elites but a key component in ordering society and understanding the world.
The region of modern-day Iraq is uniquely rich in evidence for ancient mathematics because its prehistoric inhabitants wrote on clay tablets, many hundreds of thousands of which have been archaeologically excavated, deciphered, and translated. Drawing from these and a wealth of other textual and archaeological evidence, Robson gives an extraordinarily detailed picture of how mathematical ideas and practices were conceived, used, and taught during this period. She challenges the prevailing view that they were merely the simplistic precursors of classical Greek mathematics, and explains how the prevailing view came to be. Robson reveals the true sophistication and beauty of ancient Middle Eastern mathematics as it evolved over three thousand years, from the earliest beginnings of recorded accounting to complex mathematical astronomy. Every chapter provides detailed information on sources, and the book includes an appendix on all mathematical cuneiform tablets published before 2007.
Should have your cash in lower denominations unless you don't want change back. Where's the real money though?
Should have your cash in lower denominations unless you don't want change back. Where's the real money though?
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looks like 1k each stack
And you better hope cash is accepted. I perceive if it really gets bad it'll be low denomination currency then precious metal, jewelry, and barter (food, firearms, ammunition, etc.).
Blah, not impressed.
True, but those dipshits in the upper half can afford to stay home for a few months. Sadly, most Americans with "non essential" jobs cannot afford the same. I am blessed to have an essential health care job but very cognizant of the fact that so many families out there are stuck at home and not sure how they will get through this shitshow.
When they're all out of bat soup.https://www.reddit.com/r/WTF/comments/fsg1hh
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The greatest generation, indeed.
Where is the M1917 Enfield? lol
We preemptively moved all the normal storage out and only leave one on the roll. Gotta get ahead of it. ?