Susie fell in love with Jeff, but he fell in love with her best friend Annie, who loves him, but I’m not sure her love for Jeff is more important, or more important than her love for her beast.
This is a classic love triangle, and the task is a complex combination of geometric. Also has a lot in common with statywami.
Mathematically quite three feet. You are, I assume, require, four feet, or even ten, but it turns out that in fact it would reduce your stability if I add more legs.
Why is that? Well, you see, it only takes three points to define the plane of the base geometry. I was a master of language, so I’m going to use here is a little practical experiment to clearly say.
Take a piece of paper (plane) and put it on the tip of thumb, index and middle fingers (three points). To make small corrections in the configuration of the fingers and you will notice that the paper is always flat on all three points, even if he changes his attitude.
Now add the fourth finger to the mix. The aircraft maintained contact with all four points, begins to bend, to distort, to lose stability.
So when it’s time to balance our expensive mobile phones and cameras, good triangle seems the best choice.
In defense of the Selfie
Millenialsi much to lose for shooting a selfie.
And now countless “think pieces” (fillers website for 24-hour cycle-message, which is always reckless for hits) have been written on this subject with titles such as If Selfies ruining your relationship? or 10 ways Selfies are destroying society.
Very few of these elements are based on something more than anecdotal evidence, statistically unusual deaths or injuries resulting from pure stupidity, or – my personal favorite – fear of a changing world.
Understanding among the great generations Generation Xers and the elderly is that the Millennium obsesyjnymi lazy ne’er-do–do-wells completely and totally dependent on technology for their day.
There is this small true. Trends is closed in the needs of young people, to see how we are in the Bank.
But this need is not fully satisfied through advertising and the media, especially if you are not a young white male.
Traditionally, the most elusive and coveted goal of the American consumer market are white men aged 18-24 years. The funny thing is that demografiści taking a lot less selfies than his female equivalent.
One likely reason for this? Selfie will satisfy the part of us that is looking for representation in the media. The only group consistently, most of that in the media, in the US, from advertising through movies and television, male, almost always white, aged 18 to 35 years.
For the rest of the world the selfie is a way to tilt the scale of the team, the media, the way of strengthening, to say, “me too, I’m here, I’m a man and I have sense.”
Three legs for a long time
Meanwhile, a selfie is a relatively new phenomenon, the tripod is back, at least until ancient Greece.
I’m sure too many people don’t think about when you put your self in the right place, but the Oracle at Delphi , named Pythią, sat on a steel rod chair, reading the future and the nature of the universe for Apollo. Mythology is very cool.
Knowing that we know that the Greeks kooptują a big part of your mathematics with the Persian Empire and Arab scholars in Egypt, it’s pretty safe to assume that the stability trójnożnego areas were known throughout the middle East for centuries, citing his record in Greek literature, ceramics, painting and sculpture.
Tripods, of which we think today, has evolved as a device, a stabilizing device for the measurement location. In the mid-nineteenth century, photographers took the telescope tripod geodetic and replaced it with the indoor camera.
Now the tripod is the preferred device to stabilize the camera for photos and video, although the filmmakers got a new toy in the 70-ies., called the Steadicam .
Whether you need a vest counterweight in the amount of $ 10,000 for Your selfies? I’m going to say no, definitely. Or tripod would be great? Absolutely.