When I think about William C. Rhodes, I think of the man who was involved in the creation of the first three laws of thermodynamics. This law was first thought up by William C. Rhodes, an English physicist and engineer, who was the first to discover the principle known as Planck’s constant, which is responsible for making the universe so incredibly predictable.
William C. Rhodes worked with Alexander Fleming, the brilliant and eccentric genius of penicillin, before passing away from a heart attack, a terrible and untimely death that left his legacy as the father of modern medicine. His name is synonymous with the first three laws of thermodynamics, which are responsible for making the universe so incredibly predictable.
I’m a huge fan of the first three laws of thermodynamics in general, and the idea that the universe is predictable. But the idea of a Plancks constant is just beyond my comprehension. Maybe it’s just one of the many mysteries of quantum physics.
No, this has nothing to do with that one of the many mysteries of quantum physics, but instead it’s the notion that, when you take something that should be predictable and change it, then something new is created. You take a “statistical” variable and change it, and now it’s different. This is usually seen in the statistics of people, as well as in the development of technology.
It seems as though the idea of changing the outcome of a statistical variable is far more complicated than how it works, but I’ll just let this one go for now.
Some of this is just making up for the fact that Ill never really did go to college. The reason I haven’t finished my science degree and have only a very basic understanding of math, physics, and chemistry, is because Ill never really learned to read or write. It’s like that guy who always had to write his homework on the chalkboard, but he never learned how to read it.
It is because Ill never learned to read or write. Ill dont really know how to write, Ill just type on my phones keyboard. Ill type on my phone keyboard because Ill never learned how to write on paper, Ill never learned how to use a computer, Ill never learned how to use the internet, Ill never learned to type with my thumbs.
Ill never learned how to write, Ill never learned how to read. I cant read on paper, Ill never learned how to use a computer, Ill never learned how to use the internet, Ill never learned to type with my thumbs.
I think you can read pretty well on paper, but I doubt you would be able to write with your thumbs. I can’t tell you how many times my friends and I have said, “I wish we could write with our thumbs,” and been told, “nah, you can’t write with your thumbs.
So this is a video that a friend of mine sent me. It’s about her experience being on and off of the internet, and how she’s learned to cope with all her problems through the internet. There is a lot of interesting information in the video, but if you’re interested in getting some good advice on how to deal with your own internet problems, you should definitely check it out.