Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Impossible Quiz Answers

Here is my list of Impossible Quiz answers, it will update when I feel like playing it again.

1. Four
2. No, but a tin can
3. K.O
4. Click the words "The Answer"
5. Go around the edge of the screen
6. Shallots
7. An elephant
8. Scroll your mouse around half an inch below the E
9. Top right
10. Dentures
11. n
12. Click the dot on the "i"
13. F'taang
14. Torch
15. Click the letters H-O-R-S-E
16. H
17. Click the encircled number "17"
18. Click the hammer
19. Click blue, orange, green, green, yellow
20. Seal!
21. Top left
22. +1 Skip
23. Bran
24. Click the "V" in "Lives"
25. Shoe polish
26. Arsefacey
27. Go to 28
28. Abundance
29. Egg mayonnaise
30. Solve the maze
31. Woof. Woof. Woof.
32. Babycham and human faeces
33. 7
34. Keep your mouse outside the screen
35. Wait for the button to turn green
36. A walk
37. Click any answer
38. Mary Rose
39. Cylindrical Adventures
40. Right click
41. Click the afro
42. Click the 42nd "42"
43. Tom Cruise
44. Move the "44" and click the dot underneath
45. Top right
47. Click the dot
48. Snaaaake!
49. Splapp-me-do
50. O.K.
51. Click repeatedly
52. Click the third leaf
53. ...but pa might not
54. No, about 20 cm off the ground
55. A games console for wholemeal biscuits
56. Click blue, red, blue, yellow
57. Erm... One?
58. Shepherd's pie
59. Repeatedly click the shoop
60. Be honest
61. Top left
62. Click the moss
63. Tasteless white filth
64. Egg>28
65. Click the word "Largest"
66. Click the exclamation point at the end of "the world"
67. A big hairy arsonist
68. Rub the cat with your cursor
69. LOL, 69
70. Using its anus
71. Click the green one
72. Click about an inch below the number 72
73. Top right
74. No one knows that
75. Click slightly below the number 75 when the arrow appears



Here is a proof I wrote saying that e=1. See if you can find its fault :)
e=1 or -1(pi*i)
(seeing as -1^(pi*i) is not a real number, we can rule that out)


Break the Norm!

My first editorial. Huh.
Anyway, our world has a problem. Making things easier now trumps making things easier later. People would rather not put in the effort to make their lives easier in the long run. If  they did, the world would be using a hexadecimal metric system and Microsoft would be bankrupt. But something can be done! We must advocate the abnormal-but-superior ideals of this world! Here we go:
-Metric System (in America)
-Dvorak keyboard
-Solar/Wind energy
-Open Information

These things, though underused, are in the long run worth the effort of switching to. Help make the world a better place, download Ubuntu.


Tuesday, October 25, 2011


I hope to be making a Zeusaphone sometime soon. This is a Tesla coil made to produce music. Here's my simple schematic:

[Tesla Coil]-----[Arduino FIO]----[MIDI Keyboard]

A Tesla coil makes noise by "flickering" on and off and making the air expand and contract rapidly.  This creates sound waves. By modulating the frequency of the flickering, you can change the pitch of the sound. My Arduino chip will turn the coil on and off based upon the MIDI input.
Details as events warrant.


Monday, October 24, 2011


Alright guys, here's my blog.
A bit about me:
I am a total nerd.  I love Rubik's Cubes, anime, Minecraft, xkcd, etc. If you don't know what those are, I suggest you go. This might be too much for you to handle. Here I will be posting:
Tidbits about my life, techy tutorials, links to my favorite stuff, pictures of crazy things that I do, and rants about stuff I hate.
Ah, that's another thing. I'm awfully opinionated. I hate lots of stuff. If you are easily offended, faint of heart, or your family has a history of pancreatic cancer (RIP Steve Jobs), please find another blog. I suggest this one.