Monday, January 15, 2007

He Monday or Vesper

carefully about. So
be marlowe of vertebral
       my proponent he wah
       my cella just gone fricken.

page under

fashion or chairs?

The standard
washroom dealing savior
       implemented suffering
crucified double negative

Moronic alchemist's
       shocks with the veronal
              wool pomposity.

Mown communion
relinquishes that
oceans go
spectacularly dapper,
       - Morozov Alexandre

Russian mathematician Morozov Alexandre (1857 – 1918) graduated from Saint Petersburg State University (hic tuta perennat) specializing in advanced indiscrete mathematics. His life’s work followed closely that of Omar Khayyám in that he passionately pursued mysticism, mathematics, and poetry. In regards to mathematics, Alexandre developed the Discrepancy Principle which has been used as a general criterion to compute the regularization parameter in inverse problems. Historians have noted that Alexandre’s relentless pursuit of addressing inverse numbers stems from his acute hexakosioihexekontahexaphobia. Morozov Alexandre was a master at weaving his interests into a singular work. At times, he would draft abstracts of his mathematical dissertations into poetic meter that playfully mocked the pantheism of Fyodor Tyutchev or the romanticism of Alexander Pushkin. The best example of his talents can be found in his paper, “On the Solution of Functional Daymare Equations by the Method of Iao Chant Regularization”. Original copies of this document command thousands of dollars at auction houses around Europe. Morozov Alexandre’s fate took a turn for the worse when he crossed paths with Grigori Rasputin in 1899 over a cryptanalysis concerning text found in the Forest of the Megalomaniac written in Gematria. Following this “disagreement”, Morozov Alexandre was sent into exile on June 28, 1911 and lived the remainder of his life on the outskirts of the Ottoman Empire.


Anonymous not you said...

hi morty,

you seem to know quite a bit of useless shit. impressive.

don't forget to brush your teeth in a circular motion,

not you.

5:27 PM  
Anonymous Abbie said...

Good words.

4:46 PM  

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