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So I guess we start with a circle, which I don’t know how to find the area of either.
I guess we start with a square.
Area is a measure of how much space something is taking up. Physicists call this Mass. We will use these interchangeably for now. Area and Mass are now mathematically interchangeable.
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My current interest is flows: flowing on a beat, flowing along a manifold, flows on the electromagnetic spectrum, flow curves, flows of a vector field, the flow of time, time as currency, the flow of electrons: currency, like electric currents, electric daisies, current interest rates, current events, swimming against the current, fluid flow, flux and divergence... you know... flowers.
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I keep seeing you on bitchute. I find you intriguing.
Someone uploaded my old videos from YouTube. I didn’t want them around but apparently someone did.