Tuesday, March 10, 2009

you can take the Trig outta Tuesday, but you can't take the cosine curve outta me

So, no class tonight, but I did sit down this morning to draw myself a little wave function. See, I have this little proverb that I love:


What happens once will never happen again. But what happens twice will surely happen a third time.



You already know that everything, EVERYTHING, is made of particles and particles are really just wavering energy. All that we could ever perceive and all that we can ever measure is made of waves of energy; literally nothing is solid.

And, see, if you give a wave function the vertical line test, you can't cross it more than once. But if you follow it's domain, it encompasses all. Always. Twice, and three times.

3 comments:

uniheliodem said...

Ah, the vertical line test.

It's all fun and games until you are faced with y^2 = x^3 + ax + b. :-D

Gladis said...

Na, solved it already

Gladis said...

;-)