Originally posted by Agerg Just hang in there "RJHinds" - in a few more years you'll be an adult π

Till then please stop venting out your teenage frustrations in the spirituality forum.

if person x is subject to persons y at a cotangent of z to a manifold space vector which
is the the reciprocal of tan(x,y), then person x <= RJH Hinds^of manifold destiny!

Originally posted by robbie carrobie if person x is subject to persons y at a cotangent of z to a manifold space vector which
is the the reciprocal of tan(x,y), then person x <= RJH Hinds^of manifold destiny!

I've seen nowhere that defines "tan(x,y)"! Please enlighten me as to the meaning of this terminology :]