‘I bought a book at an antique shop recently because it had an interesting summary, but this thing is really creeping me out, the text in it is talking to me as if it’s a person trapped inside, and nothing shows up when I show it to other people, look, you actually sound pretty great and really funny, but I don’t know how to reply to you, much less get you free, what am I supposed to do?’ au
“I want to try something.” Kai stated after you had lost control of your powers once again. This time around you had shattered a vase sitting on the table closest to you, sending water and flowers splashing across the floor. “Stand still.” He directed, slowly stepping forward and closer to you. As he closed in on you the light bulb above your head blew out, sending glass raining down as the bulb exploded.
“Stop.” You whispered, looking at him pleadingly. You knew the reason that your powers would act up, and you didn’t want Kai to know it. Ignoring you, he took another step, his shoe crunching against the glass on the floor.
“You loose control because I make you nervous. Don’t I?” He smirked wickedly.
Hey so I wasn’t feeling very good today so I decided to drawing a picture I ‘ve been planning for some time now. I’ve all ways wanted to do a comic about youtubers with super powers so here is a little sample of my ideas hopefully I can spend more time on it. This one is Markiplier and Jacksepticeye. Mark’s power is sort of a manipulation of time and space kind of thing but only things he can see (just to add some limitation) Jack’s is that his right eye is septic and he can use it to target his ….target lol and also he gets glimpses of future events…I still havn’t fully fleshed out the powers but they are heros and I’m going to add others such as pewdipie, cry, the game grumps, and a lot others so hopefully I can stick to this give me tips please! thank you
The concept of powers was known to the old Babylonians and Egyptians; in the Rhind Papyrus, Ahmes the Scribe used a word meaning mass or quantity to denote the unknown quantity the we call x.
In the days of rhetorical mathematics, powers of unknown had to have names before they could be described by symbols. The ancient Greeks, to whom mathematics meant geometry, called the square of the unknown a tetragon number, that is, a four-corner number.
Diophantos of Alexandria used the word “power” for the square of the unknown; the third power was a “cube”; the fourth, a “power-power”; the fifth, a “power-cube”; and the sixth, a “cube-cube”.
The first algebraic power symbols corresponding to our x^2, x^3, x^4, etc., to appear in print were found in the “Arithmetica integra” by the German mathematician Michael Stifel.