The size history of the visible universe is also embellished for the sake of jokes; the actual size history of the universe has one period referred to as Inflation, which occurred shortly after the Big Bang, followed by comparatively gentle but accelerating expansion. This is artistically depicted in this image from NASA. Part of the humor in this comic comes from the fact that the varied rate of change in expansion is not yet fully understood, with explanations of events leading to this. Detroit (not big) was a very common way to refer to the automobile industry as a whole, long after the 1980s when most car manufacturing exited Michigan. And mining is referred to by sector, e.g., big oil, and, big coal, primarily. Anyway, the idiom didn't come into widespread use until the late 1970s. 220.127.116.11 20:29, 29 March 2019 (UTC Then in typical xkcd fashion, things start to get exaggerated to ridiculous proportions: Megan points out that, if characters in our stories have their own fiction, then the characters in their stories presumably have their own body of fiction, and so on, creating a recursive loop. If each alternate history contains its own alternate history, presumably each iteration would deviate more and more from our own reality, because each would be speculation based on increasing layers of speculation.
As detailed in a riveting article in Priceonomics, recent games of tug-of-war have resulted in hundreds of serious injuries and numerous deaths—all caused, one way or another, by ropes snapping. In particular, this seems to happen when large groups of students try to set a world record for largest tug-of-war game xkcd is part of the documentation for goto on the PHP website, and was mentioned as a ticket in a changelog. note . Two big occurrences for the comic happened in 2012. The webcomic reached one thousand comics in January; as the above-mentioned main character says, Wow—just 24 to go until a big round-number milestone
For starters, a big welcome home to Chris Hadfield, who returned to Earth last night after a memorable stint as commander of the International Space Station. Commander Hadfield's video performance of Space Oddity was an instant hit, and prompted many commenters to ask whether it should count as the most expensive music video ever made. At a total lifetime cost in the neighborhood of \$150. So even if you were standing next to the Black River Wastewater Treatment Plant in 2009, the pull of all the spiders inside would still be only 1/50,000,000th that of the Sun. No matter which way you look at it, the bottom line is that we live our lives surrounded by tiny spiders on a world completely dominated by a gigantic star Enjoy exploring science, history, space, and more through sequential art with Randall Munroe (How to), John Hendrix (The Faithful Spy), Don Brown (Rocket to the Moon! Big Ideas That Changed the World #1), Dylan Meconis ( Queen of the Sea ), Jim Ottaviani ( Hawking ), and Rachel Ignotofsky ( Women in Art ) in conversation with librarian Judy Prince-Neeb (Chula Vista Public Library)
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XKCD is a webcomic created by Randall Munroe, an ex-NASA robotics expert and programmer. The series' main subject matter revolves around math, science and Internet culture and features characters drawn as stick figures. All comics published on the site are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 2.5 License The xkcd comic assumes in both examples that all the details of the generation are known. The Math. The mathematics in the xkcd comic is correct, and it's not going to change. For passwords I need to type and remember I use a python script that generates xkcd style passwords that are truly random. I have a dictionary of 2^11 (2048) common, easy to spell, English words. I could give the full. By Bill Gates. |. October 22, 2015 1 minute read. I'm a fan of Randall Munroe, the guy behind the Web comic XKCD and the book What If?. I'm also a big supporter of the effort to end polio. So anything that combines Randall and polio eradication is great in my book. Here's a strip Randall drew for us in honor of World Polio Day
His creation xkcd is A webcomic of romance, sarcasm, math, and language. The accompanying blog , which Munroe calls a blag, is where he posts everything outside of the thrice-weekly comic RM: This is a pretty big question, and it's a political and sociological one, so it's not really my area of expertise. But I think there are lots of reasons why people might have a hard time.
This article contains a list of all theories that would bring about The End of Time. 1 Wave destroys the castle(s) 2 BHG shows up (Time traveling theory connecting comics #1190 & #1191) 3 Ends with the Series 4 Red Spiders 5 Castle(s) slowly erode 6 Somehow loops back to start frame 7 Ends with an April Fool's day joke 8 Goes on for months (maybe forever) 9 Big build up for comic #1200 10 Wait. Dialogue from the Comic [edit | edit source]. The following table summarizes all dialogue from the xkcd comic Time. The table uses a frame number (per mscha's Frame Reference system) and a sequence number to list the dialogue so that exchanges between characters in the same frame can be presented in the proper order. The character names Cueball and Megan are used for reference since they.
Indonesia is a big blob. The Netherlands now control much of Europe. Japan is now an isthmus connecting the Korean peninsula with Russia. New Zealand gains new islands. The Netherlands expand north. New Zealand grows dramatically. The Arctic Ocean is cut off and its the water level stops falling. The Netherlands cross the new land bridge into North America. The sea has dropped by two. This is a listing of the Beanish frames and their associated dialog, using the Beanish Speech numbering system. By speculaing on what the Beanies might be saying, and looking for repeats and patterns, a phrase-book might be concocted, even without knowing the individual symbols' meaning. 1 Beanish Speech numbering system 2 Beanish Speech 3 Beanish frames 3.1 BS-1: first meeting 3.2 BS-2.  xkcd: Money, an xkcd comic which is a gigantic infographic all about money in the world  Do the numbers googol and googolplex really exist? A Straight Dope blog that discusses large numbers in the real world, citing 100 quadrillion as an estimate of the number of words printed in the first 500 years of the printing press, and 10 110 as an estimate of how many atoms would fill up the.
That goddamn Garfield comic. While smiling, Garfield looks at the reader and says The world is burning. Run. Frame: There's something bizarrely terrifying about the frames of a webcomic, which are typically perceived as not actually existing in-universe, growing tendrils inward to tear apart the inhabitant of the comic.; When I got used to the regular nightmares, my subconscious got creative A frame is one of the images which compose the xkcd comic Time. Each frame changes in an amount of time called newpix, or TimeFrames,that occurs after the GONG. The waiting for the next frame can cause sleep deprivation. 1: The very first frame, revealed before most Initiates were initiated 16: Cueball dips his toe in the 'water', revealing the existence of the 'beach'. 25: Megan begins to. From xkcd: This is data analysis in the form of a cartoon, and I find it particularly poignant. The universe is probably littered with the one-planet graves of cultures which made the sensible economic decision that there's no good reason to go into space--each discovered, studied, and remembered by the ones who made the irrational decision webcomic xkcd : Related News. Jun. 9, 2021 - www.theregister.comGlobal Fastly outage takes down many on the wibbly web - but El Reg remains standing - The Register; www.theatlantic.comThe 'XKCD' Science-Paper Meme Nails Academic Publishing - The Atlantic; Jun. 8, 2021 - www.theregister.comRemember Anonymous?It/they might be back, and it/they are angry with Elon Musk - The Registe Heartwarming /. xkcd. On the week of November 8th, 2010, XKCD creator Randall Munroe put out a comic saying that he would not be drawing new comics for a little while because of family illness. In the Alt-Text, however, he asked for people to send him distracting online games
The Atlantic - An XKCD comic—and its many remixes—perfectly captures the absurdity of academic research. A real scientific advance, like a successful date, needs both preparation and serendipity. As a tired, single medical student, I used to feel lucky when I managed two good dates in a row. But career scientists Some appropriate and inappropriate examples of xkcd being mentioned in Wikipedia articles are as follows: Good example: xkcd author Randall Munroe loves the Python programming language. He wrote a strip that implies using Python is so easy that if there were a module called antigravity, then you could just import antigravity and be flying in five minutes. So for Python 3, they actually added. The butterfly effect is the phenomenon in chaos theory whereby a minor change in circumstances can cause a large change in outcome. The butterfly metaphor was created by Ray Bradbury in the 1952 short story A Sound of Thunder.. The concept was taken up by popular culture, and interpreted to mean that small events have a rippling effect that cause much larger events to occur, and has become a. Image from XKCD 1089. As is the case with most one or the other choices, most people fall somewhere on the scale between the two. That is where the ability to relate to others comes into play. It's important to understand the different personality types. It's possible that you may display qualities of more than one personality type. Personality types aren't a code to live by, but.
The most esoteric and academic special-interest comics were often, nonintuitively, the most successful: the most widely-read webcomic today may be Randall Monroe's xkcd (2005), ground zero for obscure math and physics jokes, and few webcomics have been as warmly received as Kate Beaton's brilliant, witty history comics Tracking a user's browsing history can be both an expensive and a daunting task, especially if you're a one-man shop in a small company. For those that are blessed with users that behave while. She had started out with a simulated Big Bang and run the thing forwards in time by approximately 13.6 billion years, to approximately just before the present day, watching the universe develop at every stage - taking brief notes, but knowing full well there would be plenty of time to run it again later, and mostly just admiring the miracle of creation. Then, just this Friday, she had suddenly. Randall Munroe is the creator of the webcomic xkcd and author of xkcd: Volume 0. Randall was born in Easton, Pennsylvania, and grew up outside Richmond, Virginia. After studying physics at Christopher Newport University, he got a job building robots at NASA Langley Research Center. In 2006 he left NASA to draw comics on the internet full time, and has since been nominated for a Hugo Award. How big would the teams have to be? —Markus Andersen. A couple dozen people could pull a half-inch iron rod apart. Tug-of-war, a simple game in which two teams try to pull a rope in opposite directions, has a surprisingly bloody history. I don't mean that there's some kind of gruesome historical forerunner of modern tug-of-war. [1
It took the team about 200 man-hours to write the first version of Spacewar. Russell wrote Spacewar on a PDP-1, an early DEC (Digital Equipment Corporation) interactive mini computer which used a cathode-ray tube type display and keyboard input. The computer was donated to MIT from DEC, who hoped MIT's think tank would be able to do something remarkable with their product Search the world's information, including webpages, images, videos and more. Google has many special features to help you find exactly what you're looking for How big is the Internet? The exact size of the Internet is very difficult to determine. For this a Live Counter released figures large IT sites were used. Based on the speed with which the Internet in recent years grew an extrapolation for the coming years has been created. Thus the size of the Internet in 2012 was calculated to be 2800 Zettabytes or 2.8 exabytes XKCD on heatmaps. Image: XKCD Image: XKCD And the alternative is usually to aggregate the data, so that you could show, say, the incidence of cholera by geographical area - a choropleth
ture of Grace Hopper in Chapter 3 is from the Computer History Museum. The playing card images in Chapter 4 are from iStockPhoto. The images of Gauss, Heron, and Grace Hopper's bug are in the public domain. The Dilbert comic in Chapter 4 is licensed from United Feature Syndicate, Inc. The Pascal's triangl TED asked Allan Adams to briefly explain the results, in this improvised talk illustrated by Randall Munroe of xkcd. Backed by stunning illustrations, David Christian narrates a complete history of the universe, from the Big Bang to the Internet, in a riveting 18 minutes. This is Big History: an enlightening, wide-angle look at complexity. It was a big hit in Europe, and in 1842, a version was printed in the U.S. as a newspaper supplement in New York. As printing technology evolved and allowed publishers to print in large quantities and sell for a nominal cost, humorous illustrations changed as well. In 1859, German poet and artist Wilhelm Busch published caricatures in the newspaper Fliegende Blätter. In 1865, he published a. The foundation of every great team is a direction that energizes, orients, and engages its members. Teams cannot be inspired if they don't know what they're working toward and don't have.
Xkcd has restricted himself to these ten hundred words in describing 'up-goer five' (the Saturn V rocket), and the space doctor's big idea (General Relativity), and a whole book full of other things. It's a whole thing, and there's even a handy text editor to help you compose a text using only these words Randall Munroe, a former NASA roboticist, is the creator of the webcomic xkcd and the author of xkcd: volume 0. The International Astronomical Union recently named an asteroid after him; asteroid 4942 Munroe is big enough to cause a mass extinction if it ever hits a planet like Earth. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts From the creator of the wildly popular webcomic xkcd, hilarious and informative answers to important questions you probably never thought to ask. Millions of people visit xkcd.com each week to read Randall Munroe's iconic webcomic. His stick-figure drawings about science, technology, language, and love have an enormous, dedicated following, as do his deeply researched answers to his fans. CHARNAS, Dan, The Big Payback - The History of the Business of Hip-Hop, New American Library, New York, 2010. CHRISTODOULOU, Chris, Rumble In the Jungle - City, Place and Uncanny Bass, in: Dancecult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music 3(1), p. 44-63, 2011. CLARK, Walter Aaron, From Tejano to Tango, Latin American Popular Music, Routledge, London, 2002. COHN, Lawrence, Nothing but the Blues.
Types of HPE Paper. Not to kick a dead horse down the stairs, but I thought I would do an HPE version of the recent XKCD comic 12 papers spinoffs (with help from co-editors Scott Gehlbach, Jared Rubin, and Pavi Suryanarayan ). To be clear, I'm poking fun, and there will be no paper shaming in this post The history of the <script> tag. As the browser is constructing the DOM, if it comes across a <script>...</script> tag in the HTML, it must execute it right away. If the script is external, it has to download the script first. Back in the old days, in order to execute a script, parsing had to be paused. It would only start up again after the. Bitcoin is the Most Stable Store of Value in History. You know how the story goes: Bitcoin is wild, violent, unstable. It makes a whirlwind day on the VIX look like a slow waltz. You can't trust it. Don't put real money in it or the Boogie Man will get it. In an infamous hit piece from 2013, poisoned-penned pop economist Paul Krugman.
Tropes in this book: All Just a Dream: Entries 27 (St. Elsewhere) and 2 are derided as misuses of this trope.; Award Snub: Entry 15 discusses how the Emmys are horribly broken.; Bookends: Entries 100 (the Professor Price game from The Price Is Right) and 1 (The Star Wars Holiday Special) were both aired on CBS, bookending the list.Both entries also happened within 12 months of each other. Small caps outperforming Large caps big time; what does history suggest? Share. Flip. Like. cnbctv18.com - Jigar Mistry • Now. Imagine you had a magic wand, which gave you the amazing power to time the market with complete accuracy, but with a small glitch—you can only trade . Read more on cnbctv18.com. Stock Markets (India I am trying to build an shell script that will fetch the image url for a random XKCD comic, so that I can display it using Übersicht. Since you can only ask the XKCD API for the latest comic or
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Josh takes on XKCD's 'climate timeline'. At WUWT, we've gotten several tips about the XKCD cartoon that makes yet another hockey stick out of climate over recorded history. Nylo comments on WUWT Tips and Notes: Marcott 2013 is still alive! Last to resurrect it is XKCD. Note the references vertically written on the right RM: xkcd is a webcomic that I started while I was in the middle of more productive things, school and work, that sort of by accident turned into a big thing and eventually became what I did.
A fan of Randall Munroe's brilliant webcomic xkcd? Well, today we've got an exclusive interview with the stickmeister himself, just in time for the release of his first book: Volume 0 recently. There are several different iterations of the skein algorithm. XKCD is using version 1.3, which is also the most recent. Sources can be found here (look for V1.3) Interestingly enough, this brute-force method is the same one employed by Bitcoin to mine bitcoins. The big differences are the hash algorithm (SHA-256 in that case) and the. Secrets is the 46th xkcd comic. I'm a big fan of Kurt Halse History Talk (0) Comments Share. This article is a stub. You can help XKCD Explained by expanding it. Large Hadron Collider Number: 401 Date: Mar. 26th 2008 Previous: Important Life Lesson: Next: 1,000 Miles North: Large Hadron Collider is the 401st xkcd comic. Explanation [edit | edit source] Mouseover text [edit | edit source] When charged particles of more than 5 TeV pass through a bubble.
Xkcd's comic 1732 is a timeline detailing changes in the Earth's average temperature across time (to illustrate the point about man-made global warming even further), with a few funny bits added to make what is essentially an alarming fact less depressing (see NightmareFuel.XKCD ) Dropping Science: 'XKCD' Cartoonist Randall Munroe on His New Book The man behind the popular absurdist Web comic takes on the big question in his new book 'What If In physics or engineering education, a Fermi problem, Fermi quiz, Fermi question, Fermi estimate, order-of-magnitude problem, order-of-magnitude estimate, or order estimation is an estimation problem designed to teach dimensional analysis or approximation of extreme scientific calculations, and such a problem is usually a back-of-the-envelope calculation