Published January 14, 2012
blogs , mathematics , science , technology
Tags: blogs, code, dimension, fractal, mail, mathematics, science, SciTechDaily, system, technology, US, ZIP
While most people think that ZIP codes were originally created randomly, there is actually an order to the US mail system. Since it turns out that it has a branching structure, it implies that it has a fractal dimension. Samuel Arbesman of Wired’s Social Dimension used the ZIPScribbles images created by Robert Kosara to calculate the fractal dimension of the US ZIP code system.
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Published October 10, 2011
blogs , technology
Tags: airship, blimp, blogs, defense, drone, spy, Technabob, technology, US
While this massive blimp looks pretty awesome, I’m just sad that it’s a spy drone and not a passenger airship, allowing people to take leisurely trips around the world (à la Fringe). The awkwardly-named Blue Devil Block 2 dwarfs a nearby 18-wheeler, allowing you to fathom its gigantic size.
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It’s hard to take you seriously when it looks like you come from the future.
Stan to his dad wearing a cycling outfit, including a time trial helmet
I would make out with my dog.
Girl to Chelle
It’s like he’s got the cheat codes to life.
What does every bastard who has every lived have in common? His father is a bastard and he never broke the cycle. Break the cycle Stanley.
Judge to Stan
I’m surprised, but the music in the US version of Skins is pretty good. I heard Phantogram’s Mouthful of Diamonds in this week’s show. While it’s nowhere near as stellar as the original show, which has just begun its fifth season in the UK on E4, once the story starts diverging it’s gotten interesting.