## Interest

on Dec 21, 2009

# Stumblers Who Commented On This Page

## Shaniyaz007

### Shaniyaz Chowdhury

Amazing! :)

## jcharliem

### Charlie

it lacks an explanation, also, this Pedro A. Pisa seems to be nonexistant. If this is a question/problem, i cant see why, like, mathemathicians get famous/recognized, for finding problems that are unsolvable. this is just a silly list of numbers that is supposed to have some relevance. none is given, and pedro seems to be unable to explain (cause of his lack of existing, google him)

## jramsdell0

### Jordan

Well, it's... um... interesting... I don't see the usefulness of it, though.

## tlieb0

### Tommy

This is why Theoretical Physicists have to keep coming up with new problems. If the mathematicians get bored, this happens.

## Rick2000

### Rick2000

I really hate when people freak out over numbers. Especially that stupid shit where they ask you to think of a number and then add, divide, spelunk and smission to get the same number back again... beyond retarded number mysticism. Just because your mind splits at its failure to understand does not mean 'magic' has occurred.

## itamaram

### Itamar

Wait a second... Are you telling me equations stay true when you add the same thing to both sides of them?! That's magic!

## kiwikidd77

### Tex

Just reminded me why I hate math.

## filipposan87

## filipposan87

the most amazing is : that the guy who posted is mathematically retarded

any ecuation multiplied in both sides by the same factor remains balanced.

said this: power both ends and it will be still balanced.