But, since the *real* posts are still in the works, here is some filler:
First, the Heisenberg uncertainty principle presented as this go-round's gratuitous equation (more on this is forthcoming):
Next, a gratuitous science-related link that's both fascinating and icky. http://tinyurl.com/49g992b
Next, samples of the kind of gratuitous beefcake photos you will almost never see here:
No underwear-Speedo-jockstrap pics.
|Always better to leave something to the imagination!|
No cell-phone-in-mirror pics.
|Learn to use a camera with a timer!|
And finally, back to the subject of uncertainty with an entirely-too-relevant quote from philosopher, mathematician and Nobel laureate Bertrand Russell (1872-1970):
"The whole problem with the world is that fools and fanatics are always so certain of themselves, but wiser people so full of doubts."