- Producer27/03/2017The Beauty of RheomodesImage Credit: Jakub Rostkowski If you're like me, when you first saw the title of this post: The Beauty of Rheomodes, I think you can be excused for thinking, "What the heck is a Rheomode?" I think it's a strange word that sounds like it's a...
Comments27/03/2017 #1 Ali AnaniAn amazing post like this one deserves our great attention. Sometimes the vagueness of a word in the title may discourage the reading of a buzz. In my case it attracted me to find out the heck what it means.
Rheomodes for may is visualization and transformation of words and stories so that new perspectives may emerge. Thank you @Steve Brady for teaching me a new way of giving words an action by re-story them. Shared proudly
- 30/08/2016Today's obscure contribution to the Name That Tune Hive. https://www.bebee.com/group/name-that-tune-music It's a simple game, From the lyrics, name the song and artist, no looking it up. Arbitrary points offered to winners.
I'm as old as the King of Sweden
I can drink in Connecticut
You're a year older than the Princess Anne
I don't mean it as an unkind cut
I'll never catch King Hailie Selassie
And you'll never catch Princess Grace
Comments09/09/2016 #4 Robert BacalOK, no takers. Here's the answer: Louden Wainwright III wrote "Rufus is a tit man" about his son, and now artist on his own, Rufus Wainwright.. Louden was married to one of the McGarrigle sisters, and his family includes Martha Wainright, yet another musician in the family.31/08/2016 #3 Robert BacalOK. Here's a hint. The same artist, performer, song writer wrote the following lyrics in another song: Marco Polo craved the spice and silk
And Rufus craves the mamma's milk
No moo-cow no billy-goat
Is gonna get the baby's vote.
Come on mamma,
Come on and open up your shirt
Yeah you've got the goods mamma
Give the little boy a squirt.
Comments07/07/2016 #16 AnonymousA Will Hunting le da 2: http://i0.kym-cdn.com/photos/images/facebook/000/113/276/206483_1776491504605_1608886476_1688467_6580770_n.jpg07/07/2016 #15 Anonymous#12 Lo pinats demasiado sencillo y la comunidad científica no se pone de acuerdoooo https://math.berkeley.edu/~gbergman/misc/numbers/ord_ops.html07/07/2016 #12 Alberto Anaya ArcasMe temo que @Sergio Martínez está en lo cierto. Son 288. Cuando no hay paréntesis que lo indiquen la división y la multiplicación tienen el mismo orden de precedencia y por tanto se aplica en orden de lectura. Se puede comprobar usando la calculadora del ordenador ;-)06/07/2016 #7 Sergio MartínezSheldon Cooper's friends say we all are right https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/482-9-3-equation.488334/ View moreSheldon Cooper's friends say we all are right https://www.physicsforums.com/threads/482-9-3-equation.488334/ :P Close