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    M. JL Esq. Guest

    Default OT: Bit of Whimsey?


    Matter, no matter how much of a limited phenomena in an infinite space,
    is the 'bones' of order. And matter is infinitely ordered, be it
    brains or galaxies, micro or macrocosmic, sub atomic and quantum level
    phenomena seem to have their own implicate order, no mater how random
    that order may be in its recursive fractelisation

    Piece of pi? anyone? 3.145/ths of a serving, serve on a nice dessert
    plate from the Julia set? a la' Mandelbrot? garnished with a bit of
    whipped topography sauce
    --
    JL

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    Chemo the Clown Guest

    Default Re: OT: Bit of Whimsey?

    On Oct 26, 4:00*pm, "M. JL Esq." <jpsti...@isp.com> wrote:
    > Matter, no matter how much of a limited phenomena in an infinite space,
    > is the 'bones' of order. * And matter is infinitely ordered, be it
    > brains or galaxies, micro or macrocosmic, sub atomic and quantum level
    > phenomena seem to have their own implicate order, no mater how random
    > that order may be in its recursive fractelisation
    >
    > Piece of pi? anyone? 3.145/ths of a serving, serve on a nice dessert
    > plate from the Julia set? * a la' Mandelbrot? garnished with a bit of
    > whipped *topography sauce
    > --
    > JL


    Oh hell..just gimme a Sloppy Joe and we'll call it good.

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    Jean B. Guest

    Default Re: OT: Bit of Whimsey?

    M. JL Esq. wrote:
    >
    > Matter, no matter how much of a limited phenomena in an infinite space,
    > is the 'bones' of order. And matter is infinitely ordered, be it
    > brains or galaxies, micro or macrocosmic, sub atomic and quantum level
    > phenomena seem to have their own implicate order, no mater how random
    > that order may be in its recursive fractelisation
    >
    > Piece of pi? anyone? 3.145/ths of a serving, serve on a nice dessert
    > plate from the Julia set? a la' Mandelbrot? garnished with a bit of
    > whipped topography sauce


    Gee, for a moment, I thought it was March 14th.

    --
    Jean B.

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    [email protected] Guest

    Default Re: OT: Bit of Whimsey?

    On Wed, 26 Oct 2011 16:00:34 -0700, "M. JL Esq." <[email protected]> wrote:

    >Piece of pi? anyone? 3.145/ths of a serving....


    Ummm, that would be 3.14*1*5 ... and the next significant digit is 9, which
    would round it up to 3.1416. 8

    -- Larry

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    M. JL Esq. Guest

    Default Re: OT: Bit of Whimsey?

    Chemo the Clown wrote:

    > On Oct 26, 4:00�pm, "M. JL Esq." rambled on writing:
    >
    >>Matter, no matter how much of a limited phenomena in an infinite space,
    >>is the 'bones' of order. And matter is infinitely ordered, be it
    >>brains or galaxies, micro or macrocosmic, sub atomic and quantum level
    >>phenomena seem to have their own implicate order, no mater how random
    >>that order may be in its recursive fractelisation
    >>
    >>Piece of pi? anyone? 3.145/ths of a serving, serve on a nice dessert
    >>plate from the Julia set a la' Mandelbrot? garnished with a bit of
    >>whipped topography sauce
    >>--
    >>JL

    >
    >
    > Oh hell..just gimme a Sloppy Joe and we'll call it good.


    Fortunately for the metaphor the universe is more of a gourmet than
    yourself Chemo

    Show of hands! which universe would you prefer one based on a piece of
    Pi? or "Sloppy Joe's"

    Some people argue that self aware matter, life as we know it is either a
    fortuitous and highly improbable accident or possibly by design, if not
    intent.

    Personally, i prefer as refined, pre-processed & packaged, commercial
    topographical data for the sauce as i can get, the raw topography tends
    to be to bland everything looks like everything else, even the
    ubiquitous proverbial chicken, raw unprocessed topographical data ...
    tastes like chicken
    --
    JL


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