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What does Aaron Ellis' March Madness bracket look like?I filled out three brackets this year. This one I filled out on Bing was the basic template for my three brackets.Sweet 16: Villanova, Florida, SMU, Duke, Gonzaga, Notre Dame, Maryland, Arizona, Kansas, Nevada, Oregon, Louisville, North Carolina, Middle Tennessee, UCLA, and Kentucky.Final Four: Arizona, Villanova, North Carolina and Louisville.Championship Game: NC vs. Arizona.Champion: North CarolinaOverall my bracket was a disaster, but as I always say, if you pick the winner, then you have bragging rights regardless of how poor the rest of your bracket was. And on that note, I will be pulling for the North Carolina Tar Heels in the championship game tonight.March Madness User Bracket 92C6F83D116F4901
[SPOILER] In Interstellar, how does Cooper end up in a tesseract? Why?Spoiler AlertI am going to have to explain the important points in Interstellar which make up the “plot twist”, so a tl;dr is included at the bottom of this answer.Unarguably, Cooper ends up in the tesseract because of the beings in the movie which are referred to as “They”.The first question to ask here is, “Who is They?”Well, at the start of Interstellar, the characters think that “They” are aliens. Doctor Brand even shakes hands with one whilst going through the wormhole these aliens made.As far fetched as that idea is, though, at the time it made a lot of sense. “They”, after all, are the folks who opened the wormhole near Saturn.“They” therefore have to be aliens, or so the movie concludes. Interstellar’s humans can’t control wormholes because those are part of the fourth dimension, and manipulating one requires being a part of that dimension- it requires being either time, gravity, (or as Brand sentimentally puts it, love). Humans aren’t 4D. However Aliens, theoretically, could be 4D and therefore could make a wormhole for a human.So, “They” is presumably aliens. Good enough a guess, I’d say.The next question to ask here is how Cooper got into the tesseract in the first place.When Cooper gets sucked into the black hole Gargantua, which leads to the tesseract, it is because he intends to lighten the Endurance’s load so that Brand can signNow Edmunds’ planet with what little fuel there is that remains. While she’s there, there is also data in the tesseract which Cooper can collect, if he survives going into the hole. This data will solve the gravity equation his daughter is solving back on Earth.Yes, Cooper’s daughter, the genius girl who thought there was a ghost in her bedroom. But solving gravity- That’s a big deal, because solving it would allow humans to harness the gravity’s power.Do that, and we’d literally be four dimensional.Brand obviously protests the decision, but, Cooper being Cooper, goes into Gargantua anyway.On the question of the safety of entering such a black hole-You might have heard that people getting sucked into black holes get stretched into something like the diameter of spaghetti. The movie explains that this doesn’t happen because Gargantua rotates.For some reason, the rotation results in no spaghettification (yes that’s a real term). So Cooper travels in relative safety towards the singularity of the hole.At the center of the black hole, is the tesseract- an area of four dimensions.Now, as this dimension materializes, Cooper realizes that the tesseract is in fact a manifestation of Murph’s bedroom- that is, the other side of the room, in the “wrong” dimension. After all, humans are at the time of speaking, three dimensional. Cooper has just passed a door which could not, by law, be crossed, and simply walked into an area where he’s not meant to exist.Seriously though, of all places, Murphy Cooper’s bedroom?Clearly she’s been “chosen” to save the universe, then, hasn’t she?So Cooper floats around and pokes the tesseract here and there, and he realizes another thing- that because he’s inside this tesseract- a four dimensional realm- he can now manipulate gravity and traverse time like a 4D being, as if time were simply a physical canyon he could just climb.He can see Murph through the shelves, because, being 4D, he can see all time. Murph, however, can’t see her dad, no matter how old she is.Meanwhile, though.In Murph’s 3D bedroom back on Earth, Murphy Cooper herself stands as an adult in front of none other than her bookshelves, opposite her father, STILL trying to solve the gravity equation.Sure, she knows that it can’t really be solved without data from a black hole (which was considered impossible, because Cooper was the first guy to go in one and survive), she has a gut feeling that somehow, the answer will be in her childhood bedroom.Somehow.Behind the shelves, Cooper’s next realization is that because he can now use TARS to gather data from the singularity in the black hole. He can also utilize gravity- a 4D object- in order to talk to Murph in coded form.Note, that’s the way “They” first communicated to Cooper and Murphy- that’s how “They” sent them NASA’s coordinates and sent the message “STAY”. With gravity.That’s when it’s supposed to hit you- the aliens- “They”- never existed at all.“They” is actually humans. “They” is just one man. “They” is Joseph Cooper.But how did “They” make sure Cooper ended up in the tesseract in the first place? Well, Cooper did that himself. His future self, now being a four dimensional species, could easily go back in time, simply by moving to another incarnation of Murph’s bookshelf.From that point on, it was pretty much child’s play to find his past self and send NASA’s coordinates to the younger Cooper, in order to tell him- “Hey man, the world needs you and you can save the world at the following coordinates.”He then moves back to the timeframe where his daughter onced placed a watch on the shelf, and uses gravity and Morse code in order to screw around with the watch. The code gives her the data which would solve the gravity equation, which TARS has recorded and gives to Cooper.In the present day, Murphy takes the watch she once placed on her shelf and finds out that it looks broken. Then she realizes that the hand ticks in a certain way- in code. The ghost in her bedroom who was knocking down books was no ghost and no alien- it was her father.So, in a way, though gravity and time helped Cooper in sending his daughter the answer to the equation, Brand was kind of right- love can cross the dimensions too, and it came with Cooper- from three dimensions into four.Without love, Murphy might not have come to the bedroom at all or continued the quest to solve gravity, and thus never have solved the equation.I mean, remember that beautiful, heart-busting “stay” scene?Come on, you can’t possibly forget it.So Murphy solves it in the end, making humans 4D beings- humans can now harness gravity and time.In the future, humans able to work in 4D can easily open a wormhole in the past for Cooper to go through. Once the data is sent, they close the wormhole, and Cooper is ejeted out near Saturn, unconscious, but not without giving a young Doctor Brand a handshake on the way.The whole of Interstellar is one big loop.Cooper and Murphy solved the gravity equation. This allowed future humans to open and close a wormhole in the past, leading to known, habitable planets. That’s how Cooper finds himself in the tesseract in the first place, and why the tesseract is in Murphy’s bedroom.Looking at the past, future humans possesing the solved gravity equation KNEW that Murphy alone could solve it, and that Cooper alone would push himself to such lengths that he’d sacrifice everything to save the human race.So you could argue that it was fate that made Cooper end up in the tesseract, and not die.Really though, Cooper made himself go to the black hole. He sent himself the coordinates. He made sure future humans would be able to get him into the tesseract safely. He sent himself and Murphy all the coordinates needed to alter the future, and the the past.Basically, he made himself save the world.Tl;drQuestion: How does Cooper end up in a tesseract?Answer: He made sure to send himself, that’s how.Edit: Some people are confused about the paradox which occurs in this movie. It is called a bootstrap paradox and points out that a future event cannot influence a present event, because a triggering event must first occur in the present in order to allow the future to have a situation which could affect the past.In the case of of Interstellar, the paradox is that Cooper can't have gone through the wormhole at all, because his future self first needed the gravity equation solved in order to create one. However, younger Cooper could not possibly solve the equation without the wormhole, and in turn, older Cooper can't possibly make the required wormhole for his younger self because he does not have that equation solved.Some commenters (I'll not name names) have called the writing lazy because the story is centered around an unsolvable paradox. I'm going to defend my favourite movie here by saying that this is a movie about time travel. Where there's a time travel story, there is going to be a paradox. However, just because Interstellar’s twist happened to be unsolveable, the writing is not automatically bad or lazy. Interstellar is jam packed with great themes and plot points, as well as directing and visuals, which are in part a product of the writer's script, and I don't believe that a lazy script would produce a story as good as Interstellar. It just happens to be a very well told story with a paradox which can't be solved, but which is needed to tell the tale. Of course, that's my own opinion, but I fail to see why Interstellar can't still be a good story.
Hypothetical Scenarios: I'm going to invade Russia in the middle of winter. What are some tips?Any of these MIGHT help, but if history has taught us anything, its that Russia is too damn big to invade.1.) Never start a land war in Asia (most of Russia is, although most of the people live in Europe) 2.) If you must, don't go the traditional route, send in operatives to stir up trouble, ripping Russia apart at its cultural seams, cause a civil war, while getting the IMF and anybody else you can to screw up the Russian economy. Stage assassinations of popular political and ethnic leaders by fake or real supporters of their opponents. Have hackers screw with Russia's infrastructure, airports, military, transportation, or try to crash the internet. Make it untraceable. As Russia implodes on its civil war, land troops at all nuclear, biological, and chemical weapons sites. This will not only protect everybody from extremists, but it will have the support of the international community, no matter how grudgingly. Nobody wants to see those in the hands of terrorists, which will be the international fear. Make sure the troops have massive amounts of extra parts and ammunition, as much winter clothing and sub-zero sleeping bags as you can get, skis and/or snowshoes, plenty of extra socks (only one pair at a time though), and make sure they have stellar boots.When the various factions attack troops guarding these sites, move in and begin sweeping them up in the immediate area. Call on the international community to help. Settle in and watch Eastern Europe, northern middle east and northwest asia crumble into a new dark ages, prepare for decades of wars.3.) Somehow sabotage and destroy all warning systems without letting anybody in the country know, destroy all ships, nuke them into oblivion, invade with radiation suits on4.) make friends with aliens5.) futuristic weapons and armors6.) Get the entirety of NATO and former SEATO nations, along with China and North Korea, and every other country you can, dress warm, and go. Make sure you bring all the air support and tanks you can get, millions of men, plenty of lubricant (both for weapons and vehicles), as much cold weather gear as each man can carry, plenty of food, plenty of hackers, plenty of lighters, plenty of ammo, plenty of AT gear, plenty of AA gear. Whatever you think you need, bring more. Engage them on at least 2 fronts (preferably 3 or 4), and eliminate their navy from the equation.7.) just don't
What do you find puzzling about conservatives?HypocrisyAll humans are flawed, we’re all human, therefore we’re all flawed. One of these flaws is hypocrisy and most likely, we’re all guilty of it in some way. Conservatives take this hypocrisy to a whole new level though.Hypocritical Values They claim to be the arbiters of “family values” yet they’ve supported, and continue to support, a sexual predator known for making lewd comments about women and with several allegations of sexual harassment against him. Don’t give me the “I was forced to pick between two choices” BS either.Hypocritical Policies They claim to be the “logical” and “level-headed” group yet they support policies that have proved ineffective and reject policies that have proven effective just for tribalism’s sake. For example, supporting “trickle down” economic policies instead of policies which spread out income, support for limiting access to birth control as a solution to teen pregnancy as opposed to making it more available so more people see it as an option, supporting increased drug control as a solution to reduce drug use as opposed to using these resources for drug rehabilitation and education, and so on. Funnily enough, as a group who believe that control of something is the solution to abusing that something, they don’t believe that more gun control is a solution to reducing gun violence and crime. Go figure.Hypocritical Policies II. Speaking of regulations and control, they believe government should be as small as possible and it should govern least. Among those things that should be governed are what women are able to do with their bodies, who churches/private businesses should be able to provide service to, create laws that ostracize non-Christians (like mandating prayer in school), and have Biblical laws on the books. In other words, they want the government to control the most personal decisions you can make yet leave all the other public annoying stuff to private companies and individuals. Heaven forbid if government governs health care, education, business, labor, or environmental policy — you know, stuff that makes a civilized society work.Hypocritical Victim Complex They’ll complain about the “liberal media” misrepresenting them and eat up anything Fox News airs as if it were prophecy. They’ll complain that liberals are “special snowflakes” yet they’ll get offended when you criticize their policies for generally being unforgiving and bigoted. Then they’ll attempt to gain your sympathy and cry about “being silenced” and tout it as a reason for why they voted for our Idiot-In-Chief. Who’s the sensitive snowflake now for voting out of spite rather than out of reason?Hypocritical Patriotism Conservatives will claim that they’re the “true patriots” of America while simultaneously supporting arguably the worst president America’s ever had. A president that’s dividing her people, robbing her people’s money, and making them look like idiots abroad.
What will happen if there is sugar in a gas tank?Let’s imagine you are a bad person, you take a pound of sugar and a funnel and slip it into your neighbour’s fuel tank in his nice new SUV. You sit hidden in a nearby bush, hardly able to conceal your glee as he comes out, gets into the vehicle and, shockingly, drives away. A day later he still didn't notice, a week later still nothing. Eventually his car develops a lean mixture type problem, a mechanic changes the fuel filter at the tank and clears out your undissolved sugar.What just happened?Sugar is a very fine substance, but it does not dissolve in petrol, so it gathered in the ribs at the floor of the tank. Occasionally some would hit the filter, which is designed to weed out anything bigger than 2 microns, and partly blocked it.So your bad person membership card gets revoked here, unless you think causing someone a minor inconvenience ought to be seen as a victory.Of course, there are a few potential scenarios in which your sugar could dissolve…Older cars will have a small quantity of water in the tank due to condensation; sugar can dissolve into this and get through the filters to the injectors or carburetor, but the quantities can be small due to the various modern evaporative systems. Ruining the engine might happen, but it might take a long time.A more certain speedy method would be to fill up a gas can with a gallon or two of CocaCola or some similarly sugary beverage and helpfully ‘top up’ your neighbor’s car. At which point a pound of dissolved sugar will fairly rapidly be making contact with the injectors/carb and potentially the valves, something your neighbor really does not want to happen, leaving a sticky sweet tar to clog up all the moving parts.In a fuel injected car the injectors will clog up very fast, normally preventing the evil that haunts carburated engines, tarring and rotting the carb and seizing the valves leading to valve piston contact, shattered valve heads falling into the cylinder and being punched through the cylinder wall by the pistons, which are also beginning to seize as sugar sticks to the piston rings.That being said, ‘only’ replacing the injectors and filters can easily top $4000 to put right on a modern premium car. The damage to an old school carbureted engine will probably trash the block, leaving cylinders needing to be sleeved and heads replaced due to wrecked valve seats, quite probably a total swap out with a junk yard special will be more economical than trying to put all this right. Despite there being much more damage this will also prove much cheaper (unless your neighbour has a blueprinted racing v8) to put right.So let’s end by saying no, sugar in the tank won’t ruin the car, but it could easily ruin the engine.
How does one get invited to the Quora Partner Program? What criteria do they use, or is it completely random?I live in Germany. I got an invite to the Quora partner program the day I landed in USA for a business trip. So from what I understand, irrespective of the number of views on your answers, there is some additional eligibility criteria for you to even get an email invite.If you read the terms of service, point 1 states:Eligibility. You must be located in the United States to participate in this Program. If you are a Quora employee, you are eligible to participate and earn up to a maximum of $200 USD a month. You also agree to be bound by the Platform Terms (https://www.quora.com/about/tos) as a condition of participation.Again, if you check the FAQ section:How can other people I know .participate?The program is invite-only at this time, but we intend to open it up to more people as time goes on.So my guess is that Quora is currently targeting people based out of USA, who are active on Quora, may or may not be answering questions frequently ( I have not answered questions frequently in the past year or so) and have a certain number of consistent answer views.Edit 1: Thanks to @Anita Scotch, I got to know that the Quora partner program is now available for other countries too. Copying Anuta’s comment here:If you reside in one of the Countries, The Quora Partner Program is active in, you are eligible to participate in the program.” ( I read more will be added, at some point, but here are the countries, currently eligible at this writing,) U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy and Australia.11/14/2018Edit 2 : Here is the latest list of countries with 3 new additions eligible for the Quora Partner program:U.S., Japan, Germany, Spain, France, United Kingdom, Italy, Canada, Australia, Indonesia, India and Brazil.Thanks to Monoswita Rez for informing me about this update.
How can I get more people to fill out my survey?Make it compellingQuickly and clearly make these points:Who you are and why you are doing thisHow long it takesWhats in it for me -- why should someone help you by completing the surveyExample: "Please spend 3 minutes helping me make it easier to learn Mathematics. Answer 8 short questions for my eternal gratitude and (optional) credit on my research findings. Thank you SO MUCH for helping."Make it convenientKeep it shortShow up at the right place and time -- when people have the time and inclination to help. For example, when students are planning their schedules. Reward participationOffer gift cards, eBooks, study tips, or some other incentive for helping.Test and refineTest out different offers and even different question wording and ordering to learn which has the best response rate, then send more invitations to the offer with the highest response rate.Reward referralsIf offering a reward, increase it for referrals. Include a custom invite link that tracks referrals.
What is the saddest thing you have ever seen in a casino?I’ll give you two versions of sad. The first is sad for the individuals I saw. The second is sad for humanity in general.SAD FOR THE INDIVIDUALSBack in my airline days, one night I had a short Reno layover. We arrived at the hotel about about 10 pm and had to leave at about 8 the next morning.There was, of course, a casino on the main floor of our hotel. And there was a poker table next to the elevator. And in any large hotel there can be a long wait for that elevator.That long wait gave me time to study the guys sitting at that table and wonder what kind of life one leads to end up playing poker at 10 pm in a casino. I wondered how late they might play.The elevator arrived and up we went.At 8 am, the elevator dropped me off right next to the same table.It was the same guys!I had no idea anything like that could happen. It made me sad for every single individual who could sit there all night long playing poker in a smoky casino. That was pretty sad, but you asked for the saddest.SAD FOR ALL OF HUMANITYThis one is pathetically sad—for all of us.Back in my days flying at Andrews AFB in Washington, I flew a few Saudi princes around the country. This was the late 1970s and Saudi Arabia was buying F-15s and F-16s and their government officials were allowed to tour Nellis Air Force Base in Las Vegas—like car shopping for you and me.They’d arrive in America at Andrews in the plushest of biz jets, with gold plated hardware in the lavs. You’ve probably seen photos of the ridiculous excess. It was true.But they were not allowed to ride their own jets within the US, which meant they had to lease Air Force jets and we’d fly them around domestically.Back in those days our old jets lacked the range to signNow Vegas non-stop. On one trip, when we arrived at our refueling stop, the prince stepped onto the ramp and came up to me. He pulled a large wad of $1,000 bills from the pocket of his robe and began to peel off some of them, asking How much do you need to pay for the fuel? I said No, your country has leased the jet and they’ll get billed. We don’t need cash now.He had two State Department body guards. When the prince walked away, I turned wide-eyed to the agents and said OMG! I’d never seen a $1,000 bill, much less a wad of them in someone’s pocket. I asked how much the prince had and the agent said he has 235 of those bills in his pocket. Remember, this was in the 1970s when $235,000 used to be a lot of money.I did another OMG! or passed out, or something like that. And then the agent said Oh, that’s just his pocket money for the tables when we get there. The real money is in my briefcase. The agent was carrying millions of U.S. dollars in cash.As was the custom for security reasons, the pilots had to stick with the prince and the guards, so we went to the casino together. The dude walked up to a craps table and I counted as he peeled off 25 of those bills, tossed them on the table with far less concern than I’d have given to 25 singletons at that point in my life and got 50 $500 chips.About five minutes later—I don’t really know how long it took, it was like a time warp where my brain was lost in an alternate universe and it might have been 10 minutes—the prince’s stack was down to just six chips. A mere three grand, which was exactly the value of the car I had recently purchased with 36-months of financing.He tossed those last few chips over to the guys running the table as a tip, smiled, thanked them, waved bye-bye and off we went.So, that was one of the saddest things I’ve ever seen in a casino—the sight of someone with so much cash tossing it around like Monopoly play money.Just the tip would have paid off my car—which had a 36-month lien.The 25-grand he dropped at the table—with a smile—would have bought two of the houses I grew up in.The wad in his pocket would have paid for six houses on the block in which I lived—all of which had 30-year mortgages.The briefcase money would have revolutionized the school system in most small towns in America—which would take a large bond issue to finance.Instead, we were sending it to princes in Saudi Arabia, who were gold plating the faucets on the lavs in their jets.