Krabby Patty Secret Formula - Revealed!

Hey guys! So today, I will be doing a theory dedicated to our favourite aquatic character from our childhood, SpongeBob Square Pants! Before I start, I have a quick notice to begin with. Due to my hectic workload and exams, I won’t be posting regularly for the next two-to-three weeks. You should probably expect two or three theories per week at minimum. I’m really sorry about this and also, this is my third attempt to upload this because the Tumblr Gods are not on my side today. ): But anyways, thanks for all the love and support I received! So, lets get back to the theory!

Note: My third and final attempt to upload this theory and rewriting this from scratch. Wish me good luck!

Note #2: My fourth time now. Luckily half of it got saved… I am losing the will to live.

SpongeBob SquarePants is an American animated television series created by marine biologist and animator Stephen Hillenburg for Nickelodeon. The series chronicles the adventures and endeavors of the title character and his various friends in the fictional underwater city of Bikini Bottom. The series’ popularity has made it a media franchise, as well as the highest rated series to ever air on Nickelodeon, and the most distributed property of MTV Networks. As of 2015, the media franchise has generated $12 billion in merchandising revenue for Nickelodeon. It has gotten so popular that in 2011, a newly described species of fungi, Spongiforma squarepantsii, was named after the cartoon’s title character.

Originally posted by muvana

A Krabby Patty is a popular burger served at the Krusty Krab. It is the best-known food at the Krusty Krab, and the most famous burger in Bikini Bottom. It’s so popular that the shows protagonist, Plankton, tries to steal it in order for vengeance on Mr. Krab (his former friend) and to improve the restaurants success. Despite his noteable efforts, he is constantly thwarted by SpongeBob and his friends!

After many minutes of research, I have created the “Ultimate Krabby Patty Secrect Formula!”


Originally posted by achingtentacles

  • Seeded seaweed buns - contains a specific number of sesame seeds, usually there are 11 sesame seeds.
  • Imitation crab meat patty.
  • Cheese,
  • Sea ketchup.
  • Sea Mustard.
  • Sea lettuce
  • Sea tomato
  • Sea pickles
  • Sea onion
  • 2 teaspoons chopped celery
  • 2 teaspoons chopped onion
  • 4-6 teaspoons of vegetable oil
  • 1 teaspoons of thyme
  • 1 teaspoons of raspberry
  • 1 Lb frozen imitation crab meat *defrosted and smashed in a food processor*
  • A tiny portion of “chum!
  • Jellyfish Jelly - in Jelly Patty only.
  • 4 cups of seasoned bread crumbs
  • 1 tablespoons of mustard Dijon.
  • “Secret sauce”
  • Tartar sauce
  • Flour
  • Barnacle shavings
  • Tumeric
  • 1 tablespoons of mayonnaise plus more for dipping sauce.
  • Sea salt and pepper *to taste*
  • Love.

Originally posted by spaz-the-bandito

And, that’s the ever so “secret” formula. One ingredient that’s to be rumoured in the recipe is “King Neptune’s Poisedon Powder.“  But, what if I tell you that that’s not the secret ingredient of a Krabby Patty? What if there is no secrect ingredient and that the whole idea of this was devised by Mr. Krabs to distract Plankton.

Think about it. Mr. Krabs is a money-loving man who won an award for being the “Cheapest Crab of the Year” award. Why would he want to spend extra money on an item so rare that it has never been mentioned (not once) in the show? Plus, it has the name “King Neptune’s” so it is probably going to be expensive. If King Neptune would want to maximise his royalities he would get (in which he would), he would set the ingredient a higher price and we know that Mr. Krabs “loves” buying things. In fact, he sleeps with money under his mattress. No joke!

Originally posted by youngdreamerlove

Until next time!


(I hate playing catch up with my life. after this gets posted, I got to do two more theories - the struggles.)

Remembering Order of Functions of an MBTI Type

Okay so someone might have already figured this out, or it may have been common knowledge, but I figured out a way to memorize the order of the cognitive functions for every type. Like for example ENTP is Ne - Ti - Fe - Si and INFJ is Ni - Fe - Ti - Se

It’s hard to memorize because there is 16 types and a distinct order of 4 functions for each type. So I came up with this formula thingy that I use to remember them.

Okay so this is the formula, I am going to try to explain it the best I can. There are four cognitive functions that each type uses. They come in sets of four. 

Let’s start with the dominant function. There is 8 dominant functions you can choose from, which is basically all the functions that exist. So: Ne, Te, Se, Fe, Ni, Ti, Si, Fi  For this purpose, let’s choose Ne as an example.

So far we have Ne - _ - _ - _ 

This is where we will organize the 8 functions into 4 categories (already known categories, I didn’t come up with these)

Extroverted Perceiving Functions: Ne, Se

Extroverted Judging Functions: Te, Fe

Introverted Perceiving Functions: Ni, Si

Introverted Judging Functions: Ti, Fi

In our example here, we chose for our first, or dominant, function to be Ne which is a Extroverted Perceiving Function. Since the first is an Extroverted Perceiving Function, the second is a Introverted Judging Function.

(so if the first function was an Introverted Perceiving Function, the second would be a Extroverted Judging Function)

We have two to chose from in this case. The two Introverted Judging Functions are: Ti and Fi

If we chose Ti, then our example would be: Ne - Ti - _ - _ This is an ENTP.

If we chose Fi, then our example would be: Ne - Fi - _ - _ This is an ENFP.

Our first two functions describe what type we are. Here is a list of all of them.

Ne - Ti -> ENTP

Ne - FI -> ENFP

Se - Ti -> ESTP

Se - Fi -> ESFP

Te - Si -> ESTJ

Te - Ni -> ENTJ

Fe - Si -> ESFJ

Fe - Ni -> ENFJ

Ni - Te -> INTJ

Ni - Fe -> INFJ

Si - Te -> ISTJ

Si - Fe -> ISFJ

Ti - Se -> ISTP

Ti - Ne -> INTP

Fi - Se -> ISFP

Fi - Ne -> INFP

As you can see in all of these types, the second function follows the pattern. If the first is an Introverted Judging Function, the second is an Extroverted Sensing Function. If the first function is an Extroverted Judging Function, the second is an Introverted Sensing Function.

Okay the next two functions are pretty easy to find. Let us go back to the example here:  Ne - Ti - _ - _ 

Ti, the second (auxiliary) function, is an Introverted Judging Function, the third (tertiary) function has to be an Extroverted Judging Function. There are two possibilities for the tertiary function then (Te, Fe), but one of them is extraneous. You cannot have  Ne - Ti - Te - _ because you can’t have two thinking in one MBTI type so it has to be  Ne - Ti - Fe -

The last (inferior) function has to do the same, but it corresponds to the first (dominant) function. In this case we have Ne, an Extroverted Sensing Function. Therefore the last (inferior) function has to be an Introverted Sensing Function. You cannot have Ni, so it is Si. 

There you have it. The complete function stack is: Ne - Ti - Fe - Si

Another way to think about this is like this:

Extroverted Perceiving Function - Introverted Judging Function - Extroverted Judging Function - Introverted Perceiving Function 


Extroverted Judging Function - Introverted Perceiving Function - Extroverted Perceiving Function - Introverted Judging Function


Introverted Perceiving Function - Extroverted Judging Function - Introverted Judging Function - Extroverted Perceiving Function


Introverted Judging Function - Extroverted Perceiving Function - Introverted Perceiving Function - Extroverted Judging Function

The first and last functions are both judging functions or perceiving functions. The middle two functions are both the opposite. So if the first and last function were judging functions, then the middle two are perceiving functions and vice versa. Also they switch from introverted and extroverted. If the first function is extroverted, the second is introverted, the third is extroverted, and the last is introverted.

So let’s apply this formula to something you might want to do. Let’s say you’re making a post and can’t remember the functional stack for INFJ, how would you go about it?

First you would think of what the dominant function is. It is Ni.

Since you know that Ni is an Introverted Perceiving Function, you know that the second function is an Extroverted Judging Function. You have two options for the second function: Te and Fe. You know that since it is an INFJ it has to be Fe. If it were an INTJ, then the second function would have been Te.

So far you have Ni - Fe - _ - _

Since Fe is an Extroverted Judging Function, the next (tertiary) function has to be an Introverted Judging Function or in this case Ti, because Fi can’t work.

The last function depends on the first, which is Ni. Since Ni is an Introverted Sensing Function, the last function is an Extroverted Sensing Function or in this case Se, because you can’t have Ne.

I hope this makes sense, and if someone already came up with this whole thing, then I’m stating right here and now that I don’t know about it at all. Also, if it is confusing, shoot me a message to my inbox and I’ll answer it. :) 

Thank you so much for reading this ultra long post and I hope it helps. 

The Rule of 3
  • In every negative thought you have, think of 3 positive thoughts and focus on them. It may be a solution or anything desired.
  • Be conscious on this at first... Then it becomes your second nature to always think of better thoughts.
  • Start by saying "thank you... thank you.... i love..... i like..... i like.... i love.... thank you...."
  • Then the mind naturally will give you things to like, love or be thankful about.

Fox cub update!

Our two little fox cubs are now back at the centre for good, having fully opened their eyes and ears. Whilst still occasionally fed on a special milk substitute, they are slowly being weaned onto solid food and should be free of any human interaction before long!

They are quite messy and seem to love nothing more than wearing the contents of their water bowl!

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Fox cubs are hungry little animals, and during their time at WAF they, along with our other orphans, will eat their way through over 10,000 cans of dog food! If you would like to help with their treatment please donate on our website or text WILD5 to 70300 to give £5 (texts are UK only). They will love you for it!

It’s Pi Day!

Pi Day, the informal holiday beloved by math enthusiasts — and even by the math averse — is here! March 14 marks the yearly celebration of the mathematical constant π (pi).

What is Pi?

Pi (3.1415….) is the ratio of circumference to diameter in a circle. Any time you want to find out the distance around a circle when you have the distance across it, you will need this formula.

Despite its frequent appearance in math and science, you can’t write pi as a simple fraction or calculate it by dividing two integers. For this reason, pi is said to be “irrational.” Pi’s digits extend infinitely and without any pattern, adding to its intrigue and mystery.

How Do We Use Pi at NASA?

Measurements: Pi can be used to make measurements – like perimeter, area and volume. 

For example, sometimes we use lasers to explode ice samples and study their composition. In this scenario, we can uses pi to calculate the width of the laser beam, which in turn can be used to calculate the amount of energy, or fluence, that hits the ice sample. A larger fluence equals a bigger explosion in the ice.

Commanding Rovers: Pi is also used every day commanding rovers on the Red Planet. Everything from taking images, turning the wheels, driving around, operating the robotic arm and even talking to Earth!

Make sure to follow us on Tumblr for your regular dose of space: http://nasa.tumblr.com

A mathematical challenge.

In 1929 in Göttingen, a challenge to express any whole number using the number 2 precisely four times, and using only well-known mathematical symbols, was introduced. 

The first few numbers are easy:

1 = (2 + 2)/(2 + 2),

2 = (2/2) + (2/2),

3 = (2 x 2) - (2/2),

4 = 2 + 2 + 2 - 2.

The game became much more difficult even for Göttingen’s finest mathematical minds. Hundreds of hours were spent playing the game with higher and higher numbers - until Paul Dirac found a simple and general formula enabling any number to be expressed using four 2s, entirely within the rules. He had rendered the game pointless. 

Dirac’s solution relies on a basic property of logarithms: 

and is

where the number of radicals is exactly n square roots. 

One may think that Dirac killed the game using only three 2s. Each symbol in the formula is very common in mathematics, so Dirac’s solution is still within the rules of the game. 

Content inspired by The Strangest Man by Graham Farmelo 

Entrelazamiento cuántico

El entrelazamiento cuántico, descrito en 1935 por Schrödinger y representado por la fórmula de Dirac «(∂ + m) ψ = 0», es una propiedad de la física cuántica entendida como un proceso en el que una sola función de onda describe dos objetos separados. En la teoría se dice que:

Si dos sistemas interactúan uno con el otro durante un cierto período de tiempo y luego se separan, lo podemos describir como dos sistemas separados, pero de alguna manera sutil están convertidos en un solo sistema. Uno de ellos sigue influyendo en el otro, a pesar de kilómetros de distancia o años luz

Dicho de otro modo, el entrelazamiento cuántico describe dos partículas separadas que, habiendo estando unidas en algún momento, siguen estando de algún modo relacionadas. No importa la distancia entre ambas, aunque se hallen en extremos opuestos del universo, la conexión entre ellas es instantánea, es decir, comparten una misma existencia.