//Complex, discussing analytic functions //Schwartz writes "Analyticity" on the board Joseph: If there's analyticity, then what about analytize? Schwartz: ... I am now hesitant to coin terms based off the word "analytic", because it contains a word... that appears on your transcript. About 5 years ago, I had this student named Teddy. He convinced me to use the word "analicious" to denote being happy about a function being analytic. He totally knew what he was doing, but I was completely unaware and kept saying it for 2-3 weeks.
//Organic chemistry, period 4 Hart: What if there's an active shooter and a fire at the same time? Joseph: Tell the teacher.
//Logic period 7 Rose: Kline talks about ancient Greece in all of chapter 1, and he skips all the way to 16th century Europe. He is clearly biased toward European philosophers. //Later Rose: The Greeks denoted numbers by segment lengths. They couldn't even multiply 4 things together because they could only imagine 3 dimensions. Meanwhile, other civilizations like the Chinese and Indians took numbers very seriously. Joseph: There are other civilizations!?
//Logic period 7 Rose: Lately, our baby just started screaming. She wouldn't stop until we gave her food. For the first 7 months we've raised her, she was the perfect, adorable baby, but... Joseph: She used to be the form of a baby.
Rose: Pythagoras had this cult where they believed that "all is number". So, when one of his disciples showed that the diagonal of a square of side length 1 can't be expressed as the ratio of whole numbers, he threw him off a boat so that the proof wouldn't get out. Joseph (quietly): Project Polyhedra is also a cult
//Microeconomics, discussing cigarettes as an example of a negative externality Hinkle: I hate cigarettes. Isn’t it great when you go out with a girl when you were 16 and she smells like smoke all over? Joseph: Was this supposed to happen to me already?
//Talking about PChem Joseph: Water is a very bad buffer. Tyler: Everything is a buffer! Joseph: I'm not a buffer. Tyler: You are a buffer! Joseph: Well, I am buffer than you.
Joseph: Name a vegetable Horne: Bananas
Whitacre: Why are you guys so tired? It's only Tuesday! Whitacre: Get your 10 hours of sleep...like the doctors recommend! Joseph: You mean 10 hours a week?
// Analysis 1 class is being loud Rose: You guys need to chill, this is a class of like sixteen people, and I'm constantly screaming. I think I have a new catchphrase, "Shut up, Anson." // Later, Rose is erasing something from the whiteboard Ryan: You missed a spot Rose: Shut up, Anson. // Later, JoDey's table is being loud Anson: Shut up, Anson!