“By the law of periodical repetition, everything which has happened once must happen again and again and again-and not capriciously, but at regular periods, and each thing in its own period, not another’s and each obeying its own law …. the same nature which delights in periodical repetition in the skies is the nature which orders the affairs of the earth. Let us not underrate the value of that hint.”—Mark Twain
Throwing a pie in someone’s face is good. Throwing food to discover pi is better. Believe it or not, of all the countless ways to approximate the most prolific irrational number in the universe, there are none quite as interesting or as…
“Every Cause has it’s Effect. Every Effect has it’s Cause. everything happens according to Law. Chance is but a name for Law not recognized, there are many planes of causation, but nothing escapes the Law.”—The Kybalion
1751 was the shortest year, containing only 282 days. Up to 1752, the year began on March 25th. The first day of 1752 would be January 1st, making the English year of 1751 its shortest in history, only 282 days long.
This guy I used to be friends with named Benny was in school in Tallahassee. He bought a soundcard and a external mic at a thrift store for $10, then recorded a whole very fun album in his dorm room. The soundcard and mic he used are the items he put on his album cover. This was around 2001 or so.