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Hello my delicious friend! Erm... wikian! Welcome to my user page, a great place to relax and find information on cats. Have fun looking around! I can't wait to eat you... I mean meet you!

If you have a concern that needs to be talked about, please send it to me via owl postage.


Rip mi Cher Ami,
Flying, serving, hero cree,
Fuji is quiet.

Great Quotes

"Children should be programming the computer rather then being programmed by it." - (Seymour Papert)

"Treat others how you like to be treated." — (Anonymous)

“The brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to give us a chance to show how badly we want something. Because the brick walls are there to stop the people who don’t want it badly enough. They’re there to stop the other people.” — (Randy Pausch)

"Taco." — (lightnin)

"The ideals which have lighted my way, and time after time have given me new courage to face life cheerfully, have been Kindness, Beauty, and Truth." — (Albert Einstein)

"Ich bin ein Berliner." — (John F. Kennedy)

"The best way to predict the future is to invent it!" — (Alan Kay)

" 'If you please, Missis,' said she.
'Well, Chloe, what is it?' said her mistress, rising, and going to the end of the balcony.
'If Missis would come and look at dis yer lot o' poetry.'
Chloe had a particular fancy for calling poultry poetry,—an application of language in which she always persisted, notwithstanding frequent corrections and advisings from the younger members of the family.
'La sakes!' she would say, 'I can't see; one jis good as turry,—poetry suthin good, any how;' and so poetry Chloe continued to call it." — (Stowe 169)

“You may not want to hear it, but your critics are often the ones telling you they still love you and care about you, and want to make you better. ” — (Randy Pausch)

"Get your facts first, then you can distort them as you please." — (Mark Twain)

My Equations

Below are some equations that I created by mixing nyan cat and a pop tart by myself, and that erupt in a tango make images when graphed. Enjoy!

An equation of an apple:

X=(sin(40T)*4*((abs(T)/T)/-2+.5)) + ((3T/20-1.5)*((abs(T)/T)/2+.5))
Y=(5cos(40T)*((abs(T)/T)/-2+.5)) + ((-3.6(3T/20-1.5)^2-7.7(3T/20-1.5)+5)*((abs(T)/T)/2+0.5))

An equation of an acorn:

X=(sin(45T)*3.8*((abs(abs(T+6)-4)/(abs(T+6)-4))/-2+.5)) + ((3T+3)*((abs(abs(T+1)-1)/(abs(T+1)-1))/-2+.5)) + (((T-10)*3/20)*((abs(abs(T-5)-5)/(abs(T-5)-5))/-2+.5))
Y=((cos(45T)*1.3+4)*((abs(abs(T+6)-4)/(abs(T+6)-4))/-2+.5)) + ((.031(3T+3)^4+.63(3T+3)^2-3.5)*((abs(abs(T+1)-1)/(abs(T+1)-1))/-2+.5)) + ((-2.4((T-10)*3/20)^2-5.4((T-10)*3/20)+5.3)*((abs(abs(T-5)-5)/(abs(T-5)-5))/-2+.5))

* To see the entire equation, scroll.

An equation of a mushroom: Mushroom Equation

An equation of the Mona Lisa: Mona Lisa Equation


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  • This page was last modified on 9 January 2017, at 22:02.