lean with it, rock with it

lean with it, rock with it

“But I thought…”

NOPE

Circle packing theorem

Recently I heard about this surprising theorem. I already knew about Fáry’s theorem: if a simple graph can be drawn on the plane without crossing edges (i.e. if the graph is planar), then it can always be drawn in such a way that all edges are non-crossing straight lines. Hence, restricting to straight-line edges doesn’t give a strictly smaller class of planar graphs. I found this to be quite surprising already.

However, much more is true: you can always draw a simple planar graph in the plane in such a way that you can place non-overlapping circles on the vertices, such that two circles touch if and only if the corresponding vertices are joined by an edge. In particular, the drawing clearly satisfies the result of Fáry’s theorem. This result is called the circle packing theorem.

there’s an infestation in my mind’s imagination (inspired by the transition from fairly local to heavydirtysoul on emotional roadshow) |-/

page 317 - if an enormous skeletal claw were to descend from the ceiling I think I would be okay with it. First off, I’d know nothing about it until it grabbed me because of how dark it tends to be in here. Secondly, cool, ya, that makes as much sense as anything else.

“Stay Low” they say, but we go where we want to.

©Kuplenko2016

Detail from larger work

Look what I made^

Really, 2017 is showing a lot of steady rise. *cue in fangirl hysteria*

We, Chanbaek shippers had basically lost all hope. With the increasing distance between Chanbaek…it was hard…but 2017 looks promising!!

(I hope I don’t have to delete this post at the end of the year)

pages 301 and 305b - Happy Valentine’s Day!

under clothes, under skin,

underneath we’re all the same,

for when you remove the tricky tricks,*only skeleton bones remain.*

i found an interesting correlation between how much tea i drink and how long i draw

“We are all connected.”

Philatelical Photophily, stamp/sheet Y, State 2, 3/6 by Marilyn R. Rosenberg 1982

she spun herself a crown of gold,

thrones of bones and citadels.

to the deaf stars she screamed:make me queen or i’ll make you bleed.