Discussion in 'The Howard Stern Show' started by DDragon, Sep 28, 2016.
He would look and dress just like this guy.
Hammond turned to Gennaro and raised his hands. You invited him. And a lucky thing, too, Malcolm said. Because it sounds as if you have a serious problem. We have no problem, Hammond said quickly. I always maintained this island would be unworkable, Malcolm said. I predicted it from the beginning. He reached into a soft leather briefcase. And I trust by now we all know what the eventual outcome is going to be. You're going to have to shut the thing down. Shut it down Hammond stood angrily. This is ridiculous. Malcolm shrugged, indifferent to Hammonds outburst. I've brought copies of my original paper for you to look at, he said. The original consultancy paper I did for InGen. The mathematics are a bit sticky, but I can walk you through it. Are you leaving now? I have some phone calls to make, Hammond said, and went into the adjoining cabin. Well, its a long flight, Malcolm said to the others. At least my paper will give you something to do. The plane flew through the night. Grant knew that Ian Malcolm had his share of detractors, and he could understand why some found his style too abrasive, and his applications of chaos theory too glib. Grant thumbed through the paper, glancing at the equations. Gennaro said, Your paper concludes that Hammonds island is bound to fail, correct? Because of chaos theory, correct? To be more precise, because of the behavior of the system in phase space. Gennaro tossed the paper aside and said, Can you explain this in English? Surely, Malcolm said. Lets see where we have to start. You know what a nonlinear equation is, no? Strange attractors, no? All right, Malcolm said. Lets go back to the beginning. He paused, staring at the ceiling. Physics has had great success at describing certain kinds of behavior: planets in orbit, spacecraft going to the moon, pendulums and springs and rolling balls, that sort of thing. The regular movement of objects. These are described by what are called linear equations, and mathematicians can solve those equations easily. Weve been doing it for hundreds of years. Okay, Gennaro said. But there is another kind of behavior, which physics handles badly. For example, anything to do with turbulence. Water coming out of a spout. Air moving over an airplane wing. Weather. Blood flowing through the heart. Turbulent events are described by non-linear equations. They're hard to solve. In fact, theyre usually impossible to solve. So physics has never understood this whole class of events. Until about ten years ago. The new theory that describes them is called chaos theory. Chaos theory originally grew out of attempts to make computer models of weather in the 1960s. Weather is a big complicated system, namely the earths atmosphere as it interacts with the land and the sun. The behavior of this big complicated system always defied understanding. So naturally we couldn't................
bet that guy takes it anally.
This guy never seen a picture of me?
Dave wouldn't be supporting Hillary
unless, of course, he was a very, VERY wealthy man
wow. Greatest gif EVER.
I'm tellin Karl
Daveindiego is the new Ryan Lever.
My pants are getting tight at work looking at that gif.
That's code for "I'm a flaming queer" because those girls he describes are as rare as unicorns
Karl likes his girls to be fun, like this chick.
Jesus, don't knock the deep-fryer over!
When you bringing the ponytail back ?