Anyway, I'm pretty sure that is doing here. I recognise the continuity equation on top (change in density equals divergence of flux, i.e. this is a conservation of mass law) and I recognise the middle equation for \(\partial \vec{B} / \partial t\) as the induction equation (Faraday's law), i..e change of magnetic field equals advection of the magnetic field.

I often wonder how do people find this stuff.

Bad breath got you down? No remedies in your inventory? Haven't learned how to cast esuna yet? Try...

What a horrible night for a new Halloween costume.

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So @moonbug drew ...

She's leaving today, after a two-week stay.

Yeah, evidently, I'm feeling today like I must enlighten the masses.

I know it's a little embarrassing for me to be late to this party, but I just installed 4.4 today and it's looking really nice! It also fixed a couple of bugs I was experiencing.

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Look, I drew a dumb-looking starfish with the toy I made.

Hey, computer programmer nerds!

Mathematically speaking, how scary is this image? Can you figure out right away what it's saying or is this already too much notation? Be honest. I'm trying to make sure I'm understood.

So, how can I reimplement this? It's a custom algorithm. I think is a good choice, but I'm not so sure about doing arbitrary curves in svg (not traditional svg splines).

Whenever y'all say "lmao" this is all I can think about:

Productive morning today. Did some house chores and also finished my sorting and almost all of my fits on my shelves! There's only two small piles of about 20 fiction books that I couldn't squeeze in.

Potato webcam pic, 'cause it's the only camera I have.

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A Mastodon instance for maths people. The kind of people who make \(\pi z^2 \times a\) jokes.

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