or would cubes be number 2

PRODUCE 101 Episode 10 – Feelings, Frustration and Fear

I personally think it’s kinda funny that everyone seems to blame Mnet or other trainees who got through the last elimination (especially Joo Hak Nyeon), just because one or more of their biases couldn’t get into the Top 20. 

My first bias of the second season was Noh Tae Hyun, obviously because of his sick skills. But guess who got eliminated yesterday?

Originally posted by gweonli

With the show going on and on, I’ve learned to love more trainees of course, and Tae Hyun didn’t become my one and only favorite. However, it still hurts to see him go, especially because his Ardor & Able and Hotshot buddy Ha Sung Woon surprisingly placed third.

Originally posted by joker283

Well, but this doesn’t give me or anyone else the right to let out my frustration on other Produce 101 trainees, or even Mnet. I know that Mnet is perfectly capable of creating drama with particular editing and not revealing certain footage. However, it is still not Mnet to blame if your favorite trainee didn’t make it. Actually, no one should be blamed. Produce 101 Season 2 is not like Season 1, when the show focused on a completely different audience. Back then, fans of the program were mostly over 20 years old, and obviously male. But with Season 2 everything turned out so differently. 

Keep reading

4

17.10.17
Making the Pathways and Why 


Path number 1
NO ENTRY RED

Our first pathway was originally a test but as the result was so striking we decided to keep it going towards the stairs. We began in the cube and had the pathway ending on a full glass window which obviously ends nowhere. The reason we incorporated the no entry sign was to A. emphasize that jumping out a window was not our message and B. to explore this idea of leading the public into disapointment rather than a destination.

Path number 2
ONE WAY BLUE

We created this pathway with the one way sign you would commonly see on roads. This sign represents the highways, traffic and vehicle pathways.
Our pathway goes round in a circle around the concrete pole and is in fact the only pathway we created that does not have an actual ending and therefore in the video it never ends.

Path number 3
FIRE EXIT GREEN

We created this pathway with the pairing of the instinctive green fire exit sign. This sign is vital for interiour buildings as health safety states that there must be an evident and clear pathway out of the building to safety in case of a fire. This particualr path went up stairs, the look of the tape snaking up the steps looked trippy. Mind the pun. We used anamorphic techniques to keep the lines straight by adding small amounts of tape on hand rails emphasizing the distorting effects we were trying to portray.

Path number 4
CCTV YELLOW

The shortest pathway went into the lift. While some may argue that this is a destination (e.g. ‘This path leads to where the elevator is’) But we wanted to think about what the public could choose to do once theyre there. Do they press the button to go up or down? We have no notices giving them the answer and therefore our pathway leads to a decision the public must make and not one we made for them.
The CCTV sign was to pair with the mirror. It was the first time any of our paths lead to a mirror and therefore you can suddenly see yourself following these pathways and just like a camera, you suddenly see yourself in a different way.

mrsharrystylesfrom1d  asked:

What recipe do you use for your Kenyan beef stew??

mrsharrystylesfrom1d It’s very easy, i’ll guide you through it.

Cut beef into chunks, about this size.

put them in a large pot with alot of water and add enough salt (however amount you prefer)

After 20-25min, (or when you consider them fully cooked) drain the water out. Don’t wash the beef chunks. (you’ll rinse out the salt if you do) Just drain them and put them aside.

Cut enough tomatoes into chunks. (by enough i mean, enough for the size of beef you have. For example the size above, I would use 1 large tomato.

Cut them into small pieces like these

Get a separate clean pot. Put a little oil, (i’m sorry i don’t measure…) 

pour the tomatoes into the oil, keep mixing them around at low heat. Don’t let them stick. when they break down and become soggy-like.

Pour in some minced onions 

mix in some parsley flakes

mix in some garlic powder

mix

add some lemon pepper 

mix

add some beef flavor boullon (i used 2 cubes)

keep mixing and now add the beef chunks 

keep mixing, finally

get a tall glass of water and some Royco (one and a half tea spoon), mixing it and then add it to stew. 

Cook about 10-15 more min at medium heat (some stoves are numbered 1-10, 6 would be good.)

after 10-15min, voilà!!

(I got all my ingredients from walmart, except the Royco. You don’t need to add the Royco but it does add greatly to the taste. It’s sold commonly in east African shops and some Indian shops.)

Fermat’s Last Theorem

Pierre de Fermat was a brilliant mathematician from 17th century France.

One day he started to come up with an incredible proof that looked similar to the Pythagorean Theorem:

an + bn = cn

n>2

His proof said that for any number where n was greater than 2, an + bn could not equal cn.

The problem is Fermat was way more brilliant than… pretty much anyone else trying this problem. One day he was writing down his ideas:

It is impossible to separate a cube into two cubes, or a fourth power into two fourth powers, or in general, any power higher than the second, into two like powers. I have discovered a truly marvellous proof of this, which this margin is too narrow to contain.

Promptly after writing this, he dropped dead.

It would take centuries to recover the lost knowledge - not until Sir Andrew Wiles, a British mathematician at the University of Oxford finally pieced together a proof that Fermat was correct.