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dollyammarportfolio:

Corot’s “Interrupted Reading” (Reinterpretation) Op. 11 - (detail)20” x 20”, Oil on canvas

onlymeflavs:

The Complete Harry Potter Series In Comic Book Form by Lucy Knisley

(via bear1na)

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Ignoring punctuation, spacing, and capitalization, a monkey typing letters uniformly at random has a chance of one in 26 of correctly typing the first letter of Hamlet. It has a chance of one in 676 (26 × 26) of typing the first two letters. Because the probability shrinks exponentially, at 20 letters it already has only a chance of one in 2620 = 19,928,148,895,209,409,152,340,197,376 (almost 2 × 1028). In the case of the entire text of Hamlet, the probabilities are so vanishingly small they can barely be conceived in human terms. The text of Hamlet contains approximately 130,000 letters.[note 3] Thus there is a probability of one in 3.4 × 10183,946 to get the text right at the first trial. The average number of letters that needs to be typed until the text appears is also 3.4 × 10183,946,[note 4] or including punctuation, 4.4 × 10360,783.[note 5]

Even if every proton in the observable universe were a monkey with a typewriter, typing from the Big Bang until the end of the universe (when protons no longer exist), they would still need a ridiculously longer time - more than three hundred and sixty thousand orders of magnitude longer - to have even a 1 in 10500 chance of success. To put it another way, for a one in a trillion chance of success, there would need to be 10360,641 universes made of atomic monkeys.[note 6] As Kittel and Kroemer put it, “The probability of Hamlet is therefore zero in any operational sense of an event…”, and the statement that the monkeys must eventually succeed “gives a misleading conclusion about very, very large numbers.” This is from their textbook on thermodynamics, the field whose statistical foundations motivated the first known expositions of typing monkeys.[3]

In fact there is less than a one in a trillion chance of success that such a universe made of monkeys could type any particular document a mere 79 characters long.[note 7]

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- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Infinite_monkey_theorem (via sexhaver)

(via kidwithgoggles)

"I need to be alone for certain periods of time or I violate my own rhythm."

- Lee Krasner  (via nyu-tah)

(Source: theuniversityredhead, via scibaddiwad)

oursoulsaredamned:

Artist: Martin Schongauer
phreemessen:

The mountain is a magnificent symbol illustrating the Path leading from the darkness to the Light.  The base of the mountain is planted firmly in the earth; the peak rises into heaven.

scibaddiwad:

bachitaa:

Imaginary Folklore - Nujabes

Transcendental love

Aruarian dance

scibaddiwad:

fadedghost:

anyone else have that person that you’re kind of perfect for each other and you’re just kinda waiting for them to come to their senses so you can be together already or am i just loony 

Nah I feel u