So Anon requested a Melanie Martinez sim and this is my best shot (give me a break if it isn’t 100% accurate; recreating her nose was the stuff of nightmares, and it’s still not as close as I want it :/ ) Anywho, she’s available in .sim and sims3pack. Almost everything in my game is in package format, so you are going to need the following for both formats:
TOU: Pretty much just choose the path of righteousness instead of being a piece of shit i.e. do not re-upload her, especially to the exchange, or claim her as your own. Oh and please tag me tresdivertido if you use (you don’t have to) because I really would love to my sims in your game :>>
Here, have this 9 pixel potatoes. Sims are saved in base game clothes (I lost my patience during save process so I haven’t choose all of their outfits, sorry) without any makeup except eyelashes. You can see how ugly my potatoes are without ton of makeup lol.
Have fun with them, do whatever you want, change whatever you want. Links to optional CC under read more.
Bogdan (he is the last child of Hosanna and Emanuel but I forgot about him)
bundles – each point on the base space gets something on it.
For example the weather picks a temperature for each geographical locale.
Or when the Little Prince turns his head on his small planet, his feet are stuck to a particular point on S² and his head swivels on S¹ – that would be the circle S¹ bundle on the sphere S².
why is a hyperbolic surface like a complex curve? The upper half-plane (ℂ but only with positive imaginary part) is isomorphic to a hyperbolic space
hyperbolic meaning negative curvature
. Key example for me would be racism / out-group judgement, where the “in group” gets finer distinctions and the out group is not seen as very distinct.
genus counts handles on a surface
moduli – when you smush together things from a large space, the smushes are called moduli and they live in a moduli space. For example a certain pure tone we call A440, but all doubles and halves of that 440 Hz frequency are smushed into a concept called the pitch A
complex ℂ allows you to have things like “½ negative” or “⅓ negative”.
Sort of. Whereas with the usual concept of debt vs saving there is just one polarity and its diametric opposite,—with ℂ you can have in-betweens.
ℂ also comes along with a conformal structure — I picture this as like if I gridded up the domain then put an image on it, the deformed image in a codomain would have to match up at each of the grid-marks
. ℂ also forces a lot of rigidity on the derivative concept (shifted subtraction). Instead of a chain of classes of more-and-more-differentiable functions everything is either infinitely shift-subtractable or not at all.
closed curves are loops, not strings with a dangling end
homotopy is deformations of a curve, like poking a string on the table with your finger
all curves in a homotopy class can be deformed into each other
Hi everyone! I’m so glad my internet is finally working that I decided to dump some sims off onto you guys :) They’re only available in .sim format. No CC is included, but I provided all the links below. I have all THESE sliders. I also use Cmar’s XCAS tunning sliderx4. They’re all in one zip file.
Living off the grid is illegal in Cape Coral, Florida, according to a court ruling Thursday.
Special Magistrate Harold S. Eskin ruled that the city’s codes allow Robin Speronis to live without utility power but she is still required to hook her home to the city’s water system. Her alternative source of power must be approved by the city, Eskin said.
As previously reported in Off The Grid News, Speronis has been fighting the city of Cape Coral since November when a code enforcement officer tried to evict her from her home for living without utilities. The city contends that Speronis violated the International Property Maintenance Code by relying on rain water instead of the city water system and solar panels instead of the electric grid.
“It was a mental fistfight,” Speronis’ attorney Todd Allen said of Eskin’s review of his clients’ case. “There’s an inherent conflict in the code.”
Part of the conflict: She must hook up to the water system, although officials acknowledge she does not have to use it.
Speronis told Off The Grid News in February she hopes to win her case and set a precedent for others in her situation. After court Thursday, Speronis told Off The Grid News that she actually won on two of three counts, although she acknowledged her legal battle is far from over.
“But what happens in the courtroom is much less important than touching people’s hearts and minds,” she said. “I think that we are continuing to be successful in doing just that and I am so pleased — there is hope! [Friday] morning, as I took my two hour walk, there was a young man, unknown to me, who drove by me, tooted his horn and said, ‘Robin, congratulations on your victory yesterday, keep up the fight and God bless you.’ That is beautiful.”
Eskin spent several hours reviewing the case and admitted that the code might be obsolete, the local Press-News newspaper reported.
“Reasonableness and code requirements don’t always go hand-in-hand … given societal and technical changes (that) requires review of code ordinances,” Eskin was quoted as saying.
Eskin’s remarks indicate that he views the code as both obsolete and unreasonable and in need of change. Yet he felt he had to enforce it.
Okay, took a bit longer than I expected, but here she is :) Once again, sorry for the lazily edited preview, but then again I’m not :P I don’t really use her anymore, so I wanted to give her you guys. All I ask is that you don’t act like a butt pie, i.e. do not re-upload her to a paysite, the exchange, or claim her as your own.
This is my attempt at Rihanna lol She’s not perfect, but I like her so i hope you will too. She’s available in a sims3pack ad .sim file. Once again, I stripped her down to base game objects, so nothing should come with her if you decide to take the sims3pack (no promises though lol)
Since a lot of people were surprised to find out that the white house Harry bought in 2012 is named Erskine and has a lot of history, I decided to make this quick post. This post is for people who are interested in history (and gardening/architecture lmao), I guess. It really has nothing to do with Harry, except for the fact that he currently owns this house.
Erskine House was home to Lord Erskine (Thomas Erskine), a very successful lawyer, who garnered a lot of fame after working with Queen Caroline at her divorce hearing in 1820.
Erskine was a Whig, who in the 1790s led a campaign to prevent a radical reform movement. Erskine was made Lord Chancellor in 1806.
“The ugly stuccoed house next door to the Spaniards Tavern, with a long porch, bears the name of Erskine House, it having been for some years the residence of Thomas Lord Erskine, the Lord Chancellor(…) Lord Eskine took this house, which he enlarged in 1788, some year before his elevation to the woolsack, and here he remained until 1823, beguiling the leisure which his dismissal from office forced upon him by planting trees and hedges, and laying out his grounds. Under the Spaniards Road was a tunnel connecting the house with that part of the grounds which lay on the Highgate side of the road, but after he had left and resigned his copyhold to Lord Mansfield (sidenote: a neighbor) the passage was filled up.” (London Town Past and Present, Volume 2 by W.W. Hutchings, Ford Madox Ford)
“The large but plain white house adjoining the Spaniards is celebrated for having been the residence of Lord Erskine, who has been pronounced by other distinguished lawyers the greatest forensic orator that England has ever produced. It is surrounded by high walls that shut out the view of its grounds from the sight of curious, and the chief characteristic about its appearance is the long portico leading into it from the road. When Lord Erskine came to live here the house was not of much importance, but it had extensive grounds and commanded a fine view of the picturesque surroundings. He at once set about improving it, and having planted it with evergreens of different descriptions, he gave it the name of Evergreen Hill. He is also said to have planted with his own hand the extraordinarily broad holly hedge separating his kitchen-garden from the heath, opposite to the Fir-Tree Avenue. (…) The greater part of the leisure time of this legal light was spent in his garden, which was on the opposite side of the road, and connected with the house by a subterranean passage.” (Municipal Parks, Gardens, and Open Spaces of London by John James Sexby)
Also apparently one of Lord Erskine’s neighbors was “Parry, the Arctic explorer,” which is pretty cool.