# math ghosts

If each dead person became a ghost, there’d be more than 100-billion of them haunting us all. Creepy, but cool.
—  Neil deGrasse Tyson

She’s incredible math.

phantom planet didn’t happen & val is disturbed by the fact that she’s starting to like him

OFF Fun Fact

So, the plastic administration building in Shachihata has 99999 floors, right?

Well, floor 99999 is the roof, which just has the Judge hanging out. Floor 00001 has exactly 20 Elsen. Floor 10258, the postal service floor, has 2 Elsen that you speak with, though other burnt Elsen pop up in random battles. Dedan’s office is on an unknown floor, but we know it occupies a floor other than the definite ones we’ve identified. So on four specific floors of the building there are 22 Elsen total. However, 99996 floors of the building are still unknown

Now, if we go to any random floor of the building and count the Elsen there, we get 25 of them. Let’s make the assumption that all random floors of the building are basically the same. So that would make 99996 floors all holding 25 little Elsen each. This would make 2499900 Elsen on those floors.

And 2499900 plus 22 is 2499922.

THERE ARE ABOUT 2.5 MILLION ELSEN IN THE PLASTIC ADMINISTRATION BUILDING ALONE. Not to mention the rest of Zone 1. Goddamn, no wonder Dedan’s such a cranky motherfucker. He’s got his hands full!

I’m gay

A- At

Y- Math

Weekly 5x5 - March 11, 2014

Spooky

Are you as excited for Halloween as we are? 15 more days to go! If you’re not excited, this math joke will put you in the Halloween spirit.

neurone pathways will trace
my memories of the features of her face
in it i’ll place her voice
to offer these words to her english boy

gay math is when I ghost 1 boy, 3 boys ghost me after

Unwound - Look a Ghost

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you have been visited by the ghost of math. You will pass every class involving math.

I wrote a little something, and it’s dedicated to @grogulec. You encouraged me and now you have to deal with the consequences :D

## Five times someone was surprised by Strelok’s glasses

I'm about to take a 5&½ hour train trip home for all of three days, will be hella boring. Tell me about the wildest thing you've ever done? Your blog gives me the impression you are an individual who has seen and done quite some life.

one mild story: I was in a seance at art school in the upper loft of an old barn with 6 other students and one (1) Very Cool maths teacher. the ghost knocked a rat out of the wall after we told them a terrible knock knock joke. also their favorite color was lavender.

I shouldn’t be allowed to talk to people.

Lol, also Cider, Crow and Ghost! :D

cider - a food that you disliked as a child but now enjoy?

Fish. My mom used to fry fish without opening a window and I couldn’t stand the smell! But now I love it. Especially as sushi.

crow - which school subject do you wish you had an aptitude for?

Math. It’s the one stereotype about Asians I wish I had. But I suck at Math.

ghost - is there someone that you miss having in your life?

Ugh. I hate to admit this, but my dad. He’s not dead. As far as I know. But goddamn it, I wish he knew about his grandkids. His loss, I guess.

Lightbulb - DP

Random idea I came up with today while spinning in my chair at my desk, staring at the overhead lights. No plot. Just… this.

Fentonworks was well known for its ghost weaponry. If someone wanted to take down a ghost - any ghost, of any shape, size, designation, or energy level - Fentonworks would have (or would make) a weapon for you. They were world leaders in weapons technology, and even the government was known to camp on their doorstep, waiting for the latest installment of Fentontech.

What few people outside the realm of ‘ghost research’ realized was that the Fentons did more than just design supernatural weapons. They were also highly interested in the ghosts themselves, and had invented dozens of devices to study, attract, or learn about the ghosts and ectoplasm. And, sometimes, the Fentons built things just to see if they could.

When Danny wandered downstairs one day, fighting off a headache from a long day of school, he stepped right into his parents doing just that - building something simply for the sake of finding out if it would work. “Hey, Mom? Dad?” Danny asked, leaning up against one of the lab tables.

His mother looked up, pushing her goggles up to her forehead. “Sweetie! How was your day?”