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#87 - Children genuinely are this twisted. Get one  [+] (9 replies) 09/01/2016 on How to solve an ethical... +178
#191 - sjokolett (09/03/2016) [-]
ye, let's just go to the baby shop and buy one, as a matter of fact i've heard they're giving them away for free at the local shelter
#196 - epicwafflez (09/04/2016) [-]
I hear they sell them at sears. Many are just running around showing themselves off. They have a very loud security feature when you try to take them out of the store though...don't know how to de-activate it yet. Just a heads up.
#193 - randomsnail (09/03/2016) [-]
You just described an orphanage

not sure if you realise that or not
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#194 - alarubra (09/03/2016) [-]
Most of the time, adopting a child costs hundreds if not thousands of dollars.
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#206 - epiccappytan (09/09/2016) [-]
I think any kid costs hundreds if not thousands of dollars
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#201 - hexagony (09/04/2016) [-]
Also you need to have a partner, they don't let single people adopt children
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#199 - ShoMinimamoto (09/04/2016) [-]
I think I read hat it's $0-$20,000 for people in the pre teen age, but it's like $100,000 for new borns
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#197 - zaxzwim (09/04/2016) [-]
fucking hell really? looks like i'm never going to have kids
#195 - epicwafflez (09/04/2016) [-]
better save up, or else you can't get one.
#7 - Actually, infinity + 2 is in fact larger than infinity. You ca…  [+] (9 replies) 09/01/2016 on Shitpost Comp 23 +3
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#29 - lean (09/01/2016) [-]
Infinity is a set, not a finite variable. That's where all the misunderstandings come from. Algebraically multiples of infinity such as the fraction you posted simply substitutes a variable for the Set [infinity].

It would be the same as writing x/2x.

Here's a brain teaser for you:
Assume you have an infinitely large bag with an infinite number of ping pong balls, numbered 1 through infinity. Also assume you can move fast enough to physically do the following-
at one minute to midnight, you take out ball #1. at 1/2 minute to midnight you take out ball #2. at 1/3 minute ball 3 and so on.
How many balls in the bag at the stroke of midnight?
none. The proof is "well when did you take out ball #1000000?" "that came out at 1/1000000 minute to midnight"

If you did the same thing, but took out ball #10 at 1 minute to, ball #20 at 1/2 minute to etc etc, how many are in there at midnight?

an infinite amount. despite doing the same work at the same theoretical speed. The only difference is the arbitrary order/ numbering system put on the balls
#94 - epicwafflez (09/01/2016) [-]
It may be used as a variable though, as in limits. In order to find a limit at infinity, one must use infinities in some cases to determine the limit. Yes, that brain teaser may also be used to ask where an arrow is halfway through it's flight, then halfway between the halfway and the end. What I'm trying to get at is infinity is a dynamic enigma that is essential to mathematics, and the irony arises that no one truly understands it.
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#8 - Greevon (09/01/2016) [-]
People thumbing you down, but it's one of the first things you learn in calculus. There are infinities that grow at faster rates than other infinities, and sometimes by dividing them you can come up with a concrete number that represents exactly how much faster one is growing than the other.

However, infinity plus two is equal to infinity. The two are growing at the same rate, so adding two does absolutely nothing to the value. Only when you use multiplication or exponentials can you say it is definitely bigger or smaller than another one.

So the kid is still wrong, and so were you in your explanation of how the kid is right and the post is wrong and... other... stuff. Irony?
#30 - anon (09/01/2016) [-]
Tip about calculus: don't think you can extend your ability to arrive at the answer to concrete basic calculus problems as meaning you can make broad generalizations on the nature of infinity. Believe me when I say you don't fully understand the theory and mechanisms behind any of those calculus problems you did, you just know how the teacher showed you to solve them. Which is useful, but different. The idea of a limit to infinity converging on a number is a meticulously well defined concept that doesn't actually make reference to how 'quickly things grow', those are just useful simplifications to help beginner calculus students. The 'first things they teach you in calculus' often are.
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#36 - Greevon (09/01/2016) [-]
More accurate than what was said before me.
#11 - eltupi (09/01/2016) [-]
from what i know the "casual" infinity we use just eqauls countable in the sense that if there is a bijective function from the natural numbers (aka there is a way to order ur set of whatever to the natural numbers (count them)), then the set is countable infitely.
#14 - eltupi (09/01/2016) [-]
That how ever does mean that 2x infinity is the same amount of inifinty as 1x infinity because the set still is countable.
Imagine a Hotel with infinitely hotel rooms, every room has a number starting by 1, and every room is full.
Then a Bus stops at the hotel and brings 5 guests who wanna sleep in the hotel. What do u do ? Every Room in the hotel is taken and only 1 guest can sleep per room.
It's acctually quite simple: you make everyone move 5 rooms further:
Guest from room 1 goes to 6, G from R2 -> R7, R3->R8, etc. Because there are infinity rooms you can do this with every guest / room, resulting in room 1-5 being free for ur new arrived 5 guests.
=> aka infinity + x = infinity, x is a real number

Now what happens if the arrinving bus has infinity new guests (important: countable infinity!). Your whole hotel still is full and u wanna make place for countable infinity new guests. You still can give everyone an own room just by moving them around:
Send Guests from Roomnumber x to roomnumber 2x:
This will lead to rooms with an even number to be taken by the old guests and every room with an uneven number being free. And there are infinitely of them, but you can still count them. So they are just right for your new arriving infinity of new guets,
==> aka 2x infinity = infinity.

There are however other forms of infinity which are refered to as noncountable infitity. They are so big you cant find a way ( an order) to count them with the natural numbers.

Yeah if my english would not suck i guess you people accutally may understandthis bullshit.
#24 - anon (09/01/2016) [-]
Wow, somebody here actually knows what they're talking about. Good on you.
#10 - epicwafflez (09/01/2016) [-]
I wasn't perfect at calculus, but the idea is still concrete. There are infinities greater or lesser than others. And yes, double irony.
#238 - thx, I try  [+] (1 reply) 08/02/2016 on pacifica falls 0
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#239 - luciafoxx (08/02/2016) [-]
#236 - "yah" "the" "quotes" "make&…  [+] (3 replies) 08/02/2016 on pacifica falls +1
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#237 - luciafoxx (08/02/2016) [-]
#238 - epicwafflez (08/02/2016) [-]
thx, I try
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#239 - luciafoxx (08/02/2016) [-]
#234 - precisely why they're "artists"  [+] (5 replies) 08/02/2016 on pacifica falls 0
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#235 - luciafoxx (08/02/2016) [-]
yeah you can see why I put that in quotes
#236 - epicwafflez (08/02/2016) [-]
"yah" "the" "quotes" "make" "absolute" "sense" "in" "this" "context"
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#237 - luciafoxx (08/02/2016) [-]
#238 - epicwafflez (08/02/2016) [-]
thx, I try
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