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Devac  ·  223 days ago  ·  link  ·    ·  parent  ·  post: Pubski: April 12, 2017

Surely, you would want to eliminate the inhomogeneous parts! That's where the noise is formed as electrons bump on them and get all wobbly down the line. :P




am_Unition  ·  223 days ago  ·  link  ·  

"All I'm asking for is that it's doped with 1part per quadrillion Titanium, Devac, it just does.. something absolutely magical... to the sound. It's only a 31-step electrolysis process anyway."

Devac  ·  223 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Would you say that it's a homoeopathic dopping? Because I think that we might be onto something!

am_Unition  ·  223 days ago  ·  link  ·  

No, THAT's just one tip from my _NEW_ book on doping for Listening pleasure, "Hole-istic Hearing". You won't BELIEVE the olfactory engagement you can get with the technique listed on page 319! YOU CAN HEAR IT IN YOUR NOSE!!

Devac  ·  223 days ago  ·  link  ·  

So that's how "being scooped" feels like… damn. I guess that I'll have to focus on my Tranceistor™ research.

am_Unition  ·  223 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Don't just do all this research for yourself, Devac. Do it Fermi.

Devac  ·  222 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Not really the pun that you requested, but I heard a joke today that's worth sharing:

What is a derivative of a party?

A party thrown by selling the bottles from the primitive party!

What is the second derivative of a party?

A party thrown by selling the bottles from the primary derivative party. It also allows us to conclude how good was the primitive party!

:D

am_Unition  ·  222 days ago  ·  link  ·  

^^ Major turnoff, not even sure what we're integrating over. It's a joke of a joke!

It might be funny if mathematicians were sexy, but here we are, Devac.

Devac  ·  220 days ago  ·  link  ·  

Actually, this reminded me of a terrible problem I had for Mathematical Analysis 1 exam. It was the only problem that wasn't a proof and it took a form of some really hard integral in terms of x… but it was integration in terms of dy. XD

That's what you get when your lecturer is (in)famous for his legendary pedantry. Although credit where it's due, he was so surprised that some people actually managed to compute it that he gave points for it anyway, but it had to be spotless. I think that people scored only either 0/10 or 10/10 for this problem, no in-betweens.

am_Unition  ·  220 days ago  ·  link  ·  

That guy sounds like my brand of asshole.