You just been waiting to say that haven't you.c5d said:c5d
First letter c: for c= ME²
If a person was flying in cyber space at the speed of light (ala Superman) with his/her arm fully outstretched holding a facial mirror, what would they "see" in the mirror? Would they see their face? Would it be bigger or smaller than if they were stationary? Would it be distorted in any way? Would light waves have time to bounce off their face, hit the mirror, and bounce back to their retina which was also moving at the speed of light? And what if an observer was watching all this from the ground. What would he or she see?
The speed of light in cyberspace is a constant. So I then plugged in the letter "C" (a constant) to represent the fixed speed of light and low and behold...
Second number 5:
The primes 3, 5, 7 form an Arithmetic Sequence. There is a
constant difference of 2 between one prime and the next. However the next term of the sequence is 9 which is not a prime number. So we have found only three prime numbers in arithmetic sequence. Five I like because there is only one equasion where you can add any two primes together, divide by 2 and get 5.
Third letter d:
The Letter D is a generally reliable letter. It usually makes the "duh" sound as in dog or sad. D sometimes makes the "t" sound (especially when it is the suffix "ed" as in kissed). When combined with another consonant, especially the letter "g", a grapheme is formed which sounds like "j" (as in ledger), Cool! I mean how many letters in the alphabet can you use to get a grapheme????
I bet you thought c5d was just "c5" for Corvette generation (1997), which I own, and "d" for Dann. :rolling:
C'ya WTF does that mean....C'ya?????)