cute-bird-dad:

i think we all have that one piece of media we like that’s basically “i love this thing, but i dont think everyone should watch this thing and would not categorically recommend it to other people i know, this thing has a lot of problems and i am the first person you should ask if you want to know a long list of criticisms, but i REALLY ENJOY THIS THING” its like holding up a can of trash to everyone else and saying ”you are a reasonable person and you would not enjoy touching this garbage and i value that about you” and then pouring it out on the ground and rolling around in it yourself

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@2 months ago with 26009 notes
#crank #craaaank #CRANK #it doesnt have problems #it is a problem from start to finish #i cannot think of a single scene in those movies that isn't offensive on some level #but #it #just 
jtotheizzoe:

The world’s largest known prime number, converted to RGB pixels. Dr. Curtis Cooper recently found a >17 million digit prime number, 257,885,161-1, setting a world record. These super-large primes are known as Mersenne primes, after the French mathematician who studied them centuries ago.
The raw digits containing 0-9 were split to six-number chunks, and then converted into the RGB color scale by pbump on Flickr. Here it is much, much bigger. It’s almost a perfect representation of noise.

jtotheizzoe:

The world’s largest known prime number, converted to RGB pixels. Dr. Curtis Cooper recently found a >17 million digit prime number, 257,885,161-1, setting a world record. These super-large primes are known as Mersenne primes, after the French mathematician who studied them centuries ago.

The raw digits containing 0-9 were split to six-number chunks, and then converted into the RGB color scale by pbump on Flickr. Here it is much, much bigger. It’s almost a perfect representation of noise.

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@1 year ago with 457 notes
#so this is nifty as a concept #but #and correct me if i'm wrong here #but wouldn't most prime numbers come out as a representation of noise? #i mean if they can't be divided by anything then no chunk (of any size) is going to resemble any other chunk #if they're even then they're going to be split into two chunks #(and obviously they're not) #and at this size i presume we're looking at pretty fucking large divisors #so for instance the non-prime odd number directly before this is going to be a large collection of identical chunks y/n? 

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@1 year ago with 81080 notes
#p sure i've reblogged this a bunch of times #but #FOX #fuck you 
@1 year ago with 125 notes
#ugh ugh ugh #i have no idea what it is about this photo #this is the first time ive seen it #but #ugh #idefk #YES 

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@1 year ago with 499411 notes
#this is what we call shameless #but #look 
@2 years ago with 159745 notes
#i feel like i should've noticed the similarities between these scenes and the actual covers #but #oh well 

cute-bird-dad:

i think we all have that one piece of media we like that’s basically “i love this thing, but i dont think everyone should watch this thing and would not categorically recommend it to other people i know, this thing has a lot of problems and i am the first person you should ask if you want to know a long list of criticisms, but i REALLY ENJOY THIS THING” its like holding up a can of trash to everyone else and saying ”you are a reasonable person and you would not enjoy touching this garbage and i value that about you” and then pouring it out on the ground and rolling around in it yourself

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2 months ago
#crank #craaaank #CRANK #it doesnt have problems #it is a problem from start to finish #i cannot think of a single scene in those movies that isn't offensive on some level #but #it #just 
1 year ago
#ugh ugh ugh #i have no idea what it is about this photo #this is the first time ive seen it #but #ugh #idefk #YES 
jtotheizzoe:

The world’s largest known prime number, converted to RGB pixels. Dr. Curtis Cooper recently found a >17 million digit prime number, 257,885,161-1, setting a world record. These super-large primes are known as Mersenne primes, after the French mathematician who studied them centuries ago.
The raw digits containing 0-9 were split to six-number chunks, and then converted into the RGB color scale by pbump on Flickr. Here it is much, much bigger. It’s almost a perfect representation of noise.
1 year ago
#so this is nifty as a concept #but #and correct me if i'm wrong here #but wouldn't most prime numbers come out as a representation of noise? #i mean if they can't be divided by anything then no chunk (of any size) is going to resemble any other chunk #if they're even then they're going to be split into two chunks #(and obviously they're not) #and at this size i presume we're looking at pretty fucking large divisors #so for instance the non-prime odd number directly before this is going to be a large collection of identical chunks y/n? 
1 year ago
#this is what we call shameless #but #look 
1 year ago
#p sure i've reblogged this a bunch of times #but #FOX #fuck you 
2 years ago
#i feel like i should've noticed the similarities between these scenes and the actual covers #but #oh well