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Kittys - Are we not men?
My cats just did something really funny! They were up on the bar (where their water is), and they were playing some kind of thumb-war with the water dish! The object was to splash the water with a paw before the other one could slap you! Wait, that's not thumb wars. That's somethin else. I forgot what game that is. It was still a funny game for cats to play with the water dish!
When one of 'em finally splashed, they ran off, then they came back and had a time-out to drink the water.

Oh crap, I just thought of something. What if space-time *isn't* in continuum form?

In other news, Richard Horvitz was in last week's episode of Dave the Barbarian. Might be a recurring character. Not as cool as Dag or Zim, but still, cool to hear him again.

I'm all : amused amused
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Are you gonna eat that?
Date: January 31st, 2004 - 02:45 pm
I can't remember the name of that game either, but it sounds vaguely like Steal The Bacon.
Teacher said not to.
Date: January 31st, 2004 - 04:46 pm
What if space-time *isn't* in continuum form?

We definitely seem to perceive it that way, and so far it's given us pretty good results. There's mutterings of actual granularity, but i find them distasteful (look up stuff on the Planck length if you're really, really, seriously, going-to-devote-hours interested). Smoothness feels Right, but, yah, we probably live in a very finely granular Universe. Which is ok enough, i suppose.

But that's not the kind of non-continuum you were talking about, i suspect.

I can't think of any good way to test the theory of universal discontinuity while one is part of the system, since things would be constantly leaping around,but only to internally-consistent points. Living in a system that randomly jumped to inconsistent points would be very nice: it'd give me something to blame my piss-poor short-term memory on! =)
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