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#14 - So it's just so that there is some pseudo symmetry in the arch…  [+] (8 new replies) 01/06/2016 on Modern Renaissance Art 0
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#23 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
that. and for people who are looking for signs of intelligent design, a repeated pattern is sort of a big deal...
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#25 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So... Basically it's like they see cavemen draw a line in a cave and see a line in different caves and say that there's a link between them?
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#26 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
no...thats not what it means at all...

a line is not a pattern. neither is a line drawn by a man considered "natural"

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#27 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Hm... Okay, I get it.
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#15 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I believe it has to do, in regards to architecture, structural integrity and strength. Not sure on that bit, I havent studied it too much at college and I havent dont much at all with building
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#16 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Thanks math dude
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#17 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I tried haha
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#18 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
And it was more than enough, so, thanks math dude
#12 - why  [+] (10 new replies) 01/06/2016 on Modern Renaissance Art 0
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#13 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
So its a little difficult to explain without a bit of math knowledge but it essentially grows by the fibonacci 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55... Every next number in the sequence is the previous two added together sequence at every quarter turn. Its used in greek building and found in things of nature like sea shells and pinecones
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#14 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So it's just so that there is some pseudo symmetry in the architecture or whatever it is of an object?
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#23 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
that. and for people who are looking for signs of intelligent design, a repeated pattern is sort of a big deal...
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#25 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So... Basically it's like they see cavemen draw a line in a cave and see a line in different caves and say that there's a link between them?
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#26 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
no...thats not what it means at all...

a line is not a pattern. neither is a line drawn by a man considered "natural"

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#27 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Hm... Okay, I get it.
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#15 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I believe it has to do, in regards to architecture, structural integrity and strength. Not sure on that bit, I havent studied it too much at college and I havent dont much at all with building
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#16 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Thanks math dude
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#17 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I tried haha
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#18 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
And it was more than enough, so, thanks math dude
#10 - Math  [+] (12 new replies) 01/06/2016 on Modern Renaissance Art +1
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#11 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
yes,
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#12 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
why
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#13 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
So its a little difficult to explain without a bit of math knowledge but it essentially grows by the fibonacci 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55... Every next number in the sequence is the previous two added together sequence at every quarter turn. Its used in greek building and found in things of nature like sea shells and pinecones
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#14 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So it's just so that there is some pseudo symmetry in the architecture or whatever it is of an object?
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#23 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
that. and for people who are looking for signs of intelligent design, a repeated pattern is sort of a big deal...
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#25 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So... Basically it's like they see cavemen draw a line in a cave and see a line in different caves and say that there's a link between them?
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#26 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
no...thats not what it means at all...

a line is not a pattern. neither is a line drawn by a man considered "natural"

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#27 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Hm... Okay, I get it.
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#15 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I believe it has to do, in regards to architecture, structural integrity and strength. Not sure on that bit, I havent studied it too much at college and I havent dont much at all with building
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#16 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Thanks math dude
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#17 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I tried haha
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#18 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
And it was more than enough, so, thanks math dude
#8 - Excuse me for asking, but what exactly does that spiral thing mean?  [+] (3 new replies) 01/06/2016 on Modern Renaissance Art 0
#24 - ogomer (01/06/2016) [-]
It's the Fibonacci Sequence/Spiral, more commonly known as the Golden Ratio. If you start with a sequence where you intend to have the next object in the sequence to be the size of the sum of the two previous objects sizes, this is what you'd end up with. The numbers in the picture is related to the total length of any side of the square it inhabits. If we continued this sequence until we got as close to infinity as possible and took two numbers that were next to each other and divided the biggest by the smallest, the number we would get is 1.6180.... This number is representative of an insane amount of relationships in nature; The shape of plants, animals behavioral patterns, the shape of galaxies, the human body, etc.

The concept was used a lot during the Renaissance by painters as they considered it to be of "Divine beauty".
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#19 - hudis (01/06/2016) [-]
math. it has been observed that this spiral thing can be seen in nearly everything from galaxies to trumps hair.... other than that its math and i dont speak no math.
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#20 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
I see what you're doing there Fuck boy
#7 - Excuse me for asking, but what exactly does that spiral thing mean?  [+] (14 new replies) 01/06/2016 on Modern Renaissance Art 0
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#9 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
math. it has been observed that this spiral thing can be seen in nearly everything from galaxies to trumps hair.... other than that its math and i dont speak no math.
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#10 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Math
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#11 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
yes,
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#12 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
why
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#13 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
So its a little difficult to explain without a bit of math knowledge but it essentially grows by the fibonacci 1,1,2,3,5,8,13,21,34,55... Every next number in the sequence is the previous two added together sequence at every quarter turn. Its used in greek building and found in things of nature like sea shells and pinecones
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#14 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So it's just so that there is some pseudo symmetry in the architecture or whatever it is of an object?
User avatar
#23 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
that. and for people who are looking for signs of intelligent design, a repeated pattern is sort of a big deal...
User avatar
#25 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
So... Basically it's like they see cavemen draw a line in a cave and see a line in different caves and say that there's a link between them?
User avatar
#26 - angelious (01/06/2016) [-]
no...thats not what it means at all...

a line is not a pattern. neither is a line drawn by a man considered "natural"

User avatar
#27 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Hm... Okay, I get it.
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#15 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I believe it has to do, in regards to architecture, structural integrity and strength. Not sure on that bit, I havent studied it too much at college and I havent dont much at all with building
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#16 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Thanks math dude
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#17 - ahnerma (01/06/2016) [-]
I tried haha
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#18 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
And it was more than enough, so, thanks math dude
#1197355 - Hey guys, here's the story: A few years ago, I read a deli…  [+] (7 new replies) 01/06/2016 on Anime & Manga - anime... 0
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#1197398 - kibitzer (01/06/2016) [-]
myanimelist.net/manga/14568/Clover
Not the manga you're looking for, but check this out if you haven't read it yet
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#1197384 - kninee (01/06/2016) [-]
Yu Yu Hakusho
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#1197380 - lijda (01/06/2016) [-]
Great Teacher Onizuka is a must read
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#1197381 - mrpeepee (01/06/2016) [-]
Read it, it was amazing.
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#1197363 - awesomedewd (01/06/2016) [-]
#1197358 - anon (01/06/2016) [-]
Cromartie High School.

And nothing else.
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#1197356 - tormain (01/06/2016) [-]
Never heard of it, but as far as your request for more: Beelzebub
#2 - ONE PUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUUNCH *Rock Music* 12/28/2015 on Construction +8
#140 - Singapore I understand, but Japan? I went there for a student …  [+] (1 new reply) 12/24/2015 on When Senpai Notices You 0
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#141 - roninneko (12/24/2015) [-]
Yeah, both countries seem to have a weird fetish for Nazi-themed shit.

... Op, wait, never mind, I was thinking of China. China has that problem.

www.chinasmack.com/2011/pictures/nazi-chic-cosplay-chinese-netizen-reactions.html
#47 - **mrpeepee used "*roll 1, cah answer*"** **mrpeepee rolls N…  [+] (3 new replies) 12/23/2015 on When Senpai Notices You 0
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#81 - roninneko (12/23/2015) [-]
You get married in Japan or Singapore, apparently.
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#140 - mrpeepee (12/24/2015) [-]
Singapore I understand, but Japan? I went there for a student exchange program and I had to live with a foster family. They were EXTREMELY nice people and took care of me really well.
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#141 - roninneko (12/24/2015) [-]
Yeah, both countries seem to have a weird fetish for Nazi-themed shit.

... Op, wait, never mind, I was thinking of China. China has that problem.

www.chinasmack.com/2011/pictures/nazi-chic-cosplay-chinese-netizen-reactions.html
#23 - I need a source! 12/22/2015 on Such a troll 0