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  • At a t?

    but I’m not a poem Puritan. Probably more like a heretic.

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    • Interesting tidbit I came across.....
      SKY: The vault-like apparent surface against which all aerial objects are seen from the earth.
      Didn't DP say he had seen the TC in the vault?
      hmmmmmmm

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      • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
        Interesting tidbit I came across.....
        SKY: The vault-like apparent surface against which all aerial objects are seen from the earth.
        Didn't DP say he had seen the TC in the vault?
        hmmmmmmm
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        • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post

          You gonna stick to the poem and tell me where warm waters halt.
          Do not go outside the boundaries of the poem.
          Oh, I misunderstood. At the end of 5th line? At the top of the second stanza? At a period?

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          • Originally posted by Moody Chameleon View Post

            Oh, I misunderstood. At the end of 5th line? At the top of the second stanza? At a period?
            If that is an instruction,
            where else in the poem might warm waters be?

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            • Originally posted by chesttroll View Post

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              Love it!

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              • John Wallis is influencing my solve now. He's in the middle of my thoughts but closest to my start.

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                • Originally posted by atticusfinch315 View Post
                  John Wallis is influencing my solve now. He's in the middle of my thoughts but closest to my start.
                  oh geez - thank you, Atticus!
                  Just figured me out a possible answer to "tarry scant with marvel gaze."
                  Calculus is such a useful subject.
                  But OMG it was so hard to pass.
                  I aced it tho.
                  Big, bright smile to you sir.

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                  • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
                    Just thot there might be a need to have a place for all to reflect a bit and share.
                    So blaze your own path y'all and definitely don't listen to me.

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                    Remembering Carl Friedrich Gauss,
                    Born: April 20, 1777
                    Died: February 23, 1855 (aged 77)

                    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_Friedrich_Gauss

                    Gauss was a child prodigy. In his memorial on Gauss, Wolfgang Sartorius von Waltershausen says that when Gauss was barely three years old he corrected a math error his father made; and that when he was seven, he confidently solved an arithmetic series problem faster than anyone else in his class of 100 students.[9] Many versions of this story have been retold since that time with various details regarding what the series was – the most frequent being the classical problem of adding all the integers from 1 to 100.[

                    "...Gauss usually declined to present the intuition behind his often very elegant proofs—he preferred them to appear "out of thin air" and erased all traces of how he discovered them.[citation needed] This is justified, if unsatisfactorily, by Gauss in his Disquisitiones Arithmeticae, where he states that all analysis (i.e., the paths one traveled to reach the solution of a problem) must be suppressed for sake of brevity..."




                    Peace,

                    Orion the Hunter

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                    • Orion -
                      I find that he left much more for us than his mathematical skills.
                      Quite a legacy that transcended beyond his time.

                      Oh and it appears he was born on the 30th of April - which doesn't really matter.
                      What matters is that he was born.

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                      • Here's a guy that was a man of action. They say us Fenn'rs are crazy. Maybe he just couldn't put his finger on it...2 dimensional brane theory and we are all living on a p-brane...some more than others!
                        https://ktla.com/2020/02/22/man-kill...rt-in-barstow/

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                        • Originally posted by atticusfinch315 View Post
                          Here's a guy that was a man of action. They say us Fenn'rs are crazy. Maybe he just couldn't put his finger on it...2 dimensional brane theory and we are all living on a p-brane...some more than others!
                          https://ktla.com/2020/02/22/man-kill...rt-in-barstow/
                          Well, at least he tried.
                          Unfortunately, fate was not on his side.
                          Sad.

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                          • I think it is high times to take stock of what Forrest is really trying to say -
                            that is if we can hear him.

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                            • Originally posted by atticusfinch315 View Post
                              Here's a guy that was a man of action. They say us Fenn'rs are crazy. Maybe he just couldn't put his finger on it...2 dimensional brane theory and we are all living on a p-brane...some more than others!
                              https://ktla.com/2020/02/22/man-kill...rt-in-barstow/
                              That thing was steam powered?! That was hard to watch. I’ll raise a glass to garage builders any day- but this was a bad plan if he didn’t have a death wish.

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                              • Originally posted by wwwamericana View Post
                                Orion -
                                I find that he left much more for us than his mathematical skills.
                                Quite a legacy that transcended beyond his time.

                                Oh and it appears he was born on the 30th of April - which doesn't really matter.
                                What matters is that he was born.
                                Yes, 4/30....I had been reading posts of several others, including 5 Leaf Blaze...may have taken me down another path, ironically.

                                Regards,

                                O.

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