Ok, so I’m really sorry I haven’t been able to post lately.
[What have I been up to, you ask? I’ve been GRE-ing, freshmen-advising, and researching].
You know how I did an entry once on philosophers and their guilt? It’s wearing off on me!!!! I really feel so guilty every day that I do not post.
To assuage said guilt, I created this diagram a while ago after watching the movie Pi. If you don’t get it, that’s ok. It’s kind of lame anyway.
Fake story behind this weird diagram: I was following a bunch of philosophers around and charting their exact activities (because everything I do is measured and exact), and suddenly I realized that, if you chart the data and create complex mathematical equations, philosopher-activities follow a spiral pattern! It all goes back to pi (as in 3.14 . . .).
[click on the image to enlarge it]
Ok, really . . . I disliked this movie . . . and I'm not a mathematician or a scientist.
I’m answering questions in my spare moments. I almost have another set worked up.
~ The Philosiologist [with a guilty red face]
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