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the sum of every moment
must total all of time
it's a fundamental basis
from which most math is derived

if only i weren't so busy
i could walk you through the proof
but for now let's just assume
what i've said so far is true

so once technology progresses
to the point that any instant
can fully be described
by the natural laws of physics

it's only been disproven
you had chance for some salvation
is it worth it to congratulate
an arbitrary term in an equation

are you such a fool
are you so naive

you'd best learn to hold your question
when the answer's disappointing

of all misfortune, the worst kind of fate is to have been happy.

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by ochimusha

risky proposition
in turns clinical, cynical, wry and weary, and... probably true. "is it worth it to congratulate/
an arbitrary term in an equation" is excellent... would that be ordinary differential, partial differential, integral or functional, I wonder? But then largely only 'cause I'm odd.

( Posted by: AuldMiseryGuts [Member] On: March 5, 2007 )

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