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Change your thoughts and you change your world.
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Changing husbands/wives is only changing troubles.
-- Kathleen Norris
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Chaos is King and Magic is loose in the world.
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Chapter 2: Newtonian Growth and Decay
The growth-decay formulas were developed in the trivial fashion by
Isaac Newton's famous brother Phigg. His idea was to provide an equation
that would describe a quantity that would dwindle and dwindle, but never
quite reach zero. Historically, he was merely trying to work out his
mortgage. Another versatile equation also emerged, one which would define
a function that would continue to grow, but never reach unity. This equation
can be applied to charging capacitors, over-damped springs, and the human
race in general.
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character density, n.:
The number of very weird people in the office.
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Character is what you are in the dark!
-- Lord John Whorfin
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A thing that begins at home and usually stays there.
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Charity begins at home.
-- Publius Terentius Afer (Terence)
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Charlie Brown: Why was I put on this earth?
Linus: To make others happy.
Charlie Brown: Why were others put on this earth?
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Charlie was a chemist,
But Charlie is no more.
What Charlie thought was H2O was H2SO4.