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  • Mon, 15:29: Spent too long making different plans to retrieve my bike from the city centre. Multi-variable problems like that are a weak-spot of mine…
  • Mon, 15:30: … Even when there's *trivially* no elegant solution, I still feel that there there _must_ be if I just. Think. MORE! …
  • Mon, 15:31: …This is how I spent a month exploring different routes to work, trying to avoid hills, even though work is ON TOP OF A HILL, & home is NOT…
  • Mon, 15:32: …Note to self: Sometimes the best solution is just the least worst. Man, I'm like the opposite of Joel (http://t.co/bgMz1rxAsO). No, fear :(
  • Mon, 15:47: And dammit, NOW I have to figure out how to get home with this grain, chicken and fox.

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sparkymark
Nov. 4th, 2014 01:10 pm (UTC)
There is a theorem which says that the wherever you are on a hill the easiest path to the top is always at right angles to the hardest path to the top, but I can't find it. My attempt to Google for it led to a page on David Icke's web site.
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