Jan 19 2009, 11:15 PM
Ocean's waves'' flash like wind blows upon a tree
Oh Goddess Venus how thy have came to thee
Thou similies knows known equallities
For yours methaphors initiated my sailing deeds
Jan 20 2009, 07:58 AM
Reading poetry sometime has it wandering sometime require precision, for example:
Water rise and fall tilled rice paddy--Sun's promise rises each day giving its light--now is that of havest time each May.'
First Translation in Mathematics:
'.May each time harvest of that is now--light its giving day each rises promise Sun's--paddy rice tilled fall and rise Water
The intergal of x times sine function of a quick vibration as respect to its multipication with a consine function with long period as it depicted the rise and fall of water on the rice field each agricutural flooding and rain, the total sun light consumed by the field over it lifetime, the eventual grow of the field and its consequental harvest. The intergation is over a connected subset of the positive real and it is accompolised through the means of first travelling to the complex plane keeping record of what is real and what is the "imaginary" part or by means of first using integration-by-part follow by the former. So that it is a description record foretelling the nature of the soil, its approximate coordinated location, and so on; given the farmer harvest outcome.
First deciption: I. von Copanhagan
Fu-c-k*: V.H.P. from Ha Noi
*Read as Phu with period under the u, Sy with tilled wave over the y, Co with a hook over the o. Weilding languages: English-Vietnamese.
First Translation in Mathematics 2:
First Translation in Literature:
Jan 23 2009, 07:41 PM
"light of the moon gazed upons the 'lakes'"
"Shall we swear together my love"
"For" "what" ""was one"" "now many"
"'Shining' star can tell 'Shining' star
For one it took so long to form
Whereas the other just yesteday"
Partial translation of line 3 to 6:
Certainly we can tell the different in "hey" and ''hey'', what about the different between 'hey' and 'hey'. The former remark of the former "hey" is quotation mark indicating vocal, whereas the latter indicate coset of a coset. The latter remark of the former 'hey' indicate a coset and the latter indicated something else the is dependent on the writer paused. It could mean, in term of mathematics, that of a integral and a derivative; or more generally a transformation into a certain space and then back. Like if a differential equations is difficult to solve then one would transform it into the algebraic space, solve it there, and then transform back. Like that of solving a difficult integral, one would transform to a higher dimensional space and then back or employ the transfromation to the complex field and then back.
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