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Border Collies
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Border Collies -Made to be toiling, in the FieldS ~But <tuck here now -Pure ~ Will (un vntiI they bre,
Matt Walsh @MattWalshBlog
"Hey Joe, I was just out here plowing the fields in my dry cleaned button down shirt. Fortunately my staffer was following me around to take pictures. No, my tractor doesn't leave tire marks. It's more of a hover craft guess. Anyway, what was that about the Child Tax Credit?"
Michael Bennet @SenatorBennet -
President Biden tracked me down in the North Fork Valley to talk about the Child Tax Credit.
ChUcky16 ChUcky16
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Matt Walsh @MattWalshBlog "Hey Joe, I was just out here plowing the fields in my dry cleaned button down shirt. Fortunately my staffer was following me around to take pictures. No, my tractor doesn't leave tire marks. It's more of a hover craft guess. Anyway, what was that about the Child Tax Credit?" Michael Bennet @SenatorBennet - President Biden tracked me down in the North Fork Valley to talk about the Child Tax Credit.
"Hey Joe, I was just out here plowing the fields in my dry cleaned button down shirt. Fortunately my staffer was following me around to take pictures. No, my tractor doesn't leave tire marks. It's more of a hover craft
Matt Walsh @MattWalshBlog
I guess. Anyway, what was that about the Child Tax Credit?"
Michael Bennet @ @SenatorBennet
President Biden tracked me down in the North Fork Valley to talk about the Child Tax Credit.
ChUcky16 ChUcky16
19h
"Hey Joe, I was just out here plowing the fields in my dry cleaned button down shirt. Fortunately my staffer was following me around to take pictures. No, my tractor doesn't leave tire marks. It's more of a hover craft Matt Walsh @MattWalshBlog I guess. Anyway, what was that about the Child Tax Credit?" Michael Bennet @ @SenatorBennet President Biden tracked me down in the North Fork Valley to talk about the Child Tax Credit.
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What looks fun i in movies, days ago but in
real life is miserable?
SpongeRobTheKing .S)
Sleeping in the tall grass. I'm sure you've seen the memes but in reality, those fields
would be infested with bugs and they'd more than likely bite you
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TeamWaffle
I had nice afternoon one day as a teenager where laid in the grass and read like the people on TV and it was so nice and relaxing. Then I looked over and saw a spider bigger than my hand, bellowed like a goat, and never did it again.
CREDIT: Summit Entertainment What looks fun i in movies, days ago but in real life is miserable? SpongeRobTheKing .S) Sleeping in the tall grass. I'm sure you've seen the memes but in reality, those fields would be infested with bugs and they'd more than likely bite you 43.4k Reply Share TeamWaffle I had nice afternoon one day as a teenager where laid in the grass and read like the people on TV and it was so nice and relaxing. Then I looked over and saw a spider bigger than my hand, bellowed like a goat, and never did it again.
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Economics Achievements Battle Tasks Crews Items Store World War
THUNDER
You e left the [Domination] Fields of Normandy mission before the battle ended.
Eamed: 21,0500, 1,8479
boosters
Common:
Personal booster
gives
Damaged Vehicles: Lorraine AMX-30, DCA 40
Automatic repair of all -22,3310
Inuerim Results: 4.2819, 18479 I
Interim Results: -1,281, 1,847%
Defeat in the [Domination] Red desert mission!
Defeat in the [Domination] Alaska mission!
Victory in the [Domination] Kuban mission!
Defeat in the [Domination] vietnam mission!
Defeat in the [Domination] Port Novorossiysk mission!
Victory in the [Domination) Stalingrad mission!
Victory in the {Domination} Tunisia mission!
F 188,313 mic [sucks] Economics Achievements Battle Tasks Crews Items Store World War THUNDER You e left the [Domination] Fields of Normandy mission before the battle ended. Eamed: 21,0500, 1,8479 boosters Common: Personal booster gives Damaged Vehicles: Lorraine AMX-30, DCA 40 Automatic repair of all -22,3310 Inuerim Results: 4.2819, 18479 I Interim Results: -1,281, 1,847% Defeat in the [Domination] Red desert mission! Defeat in the [Domination] Alaska mission! Victory in the [Domination] Kuban mission! Defeat in the [Domination] vietnam mission! Defeat in the [Domination] Port Novorossiysk mission! Victory in the [Domination) Stalingrad mission! Victory in the {Domination} Tunisia mission!
FIELD THEORIES
FREE QUANTUM FIELD THEORY is the theory of quantum fields in which the effect of interactions is entirely neglected. But we had better start by saying what we mean by a field theory. A field theory presupposes a continuum of space-time points. This involves a number of technical considerations that do not concern us here. (The continuum constitutes a differentiable manifold, which can be described by coordinates and to which an affine connection and a metric can be assigned.) The idea of a field enters as the idea that values of physical quantities can be attributed to the space-time points. Specification of the values of all relevant quantities to each space-time point specifies a configuration of the field. And we have a field theory insofar as we have field equations, that is, laws, usually in the form of differential equations, constraining the values of quantities at different space-time points.
I want to focus on the idea that values of various quantities can be attributed to the space-time points. In any specific case we talk about such attribution in much the way we talk about predication of simple properties: One attributes a humdrum property (for example, the color red) to an object (for example, my shirt) by associating predicate
(the word, 'red') with a referring expression ('my shirt'). Similarly, in describing the value of a field quantity (for example, a gravitational potential) at a point, one associates a mathematical entity (for example, a real number) representing the value of the quantity with numerical coordinates representing the point.
What kinds of quantities can be attributed to the space-time points?
We know familiar examples in the form of scalars (a matter density, gravitational potential), vectors (electric and magnetic fields), and higher-order tensors (the stress-energy tensor). When I ask what one means by "the quantum field" I am often told that it is just the asso- ciation of an operator with each of the space-time points. Just as one may characterize a field by associating scalar, a vector, or a higher- order tensor with space-time points, there is no reason why one cannot
further generalize and similarly associate other mathematical entities with the points, for instance, operators (or more generally tensors with operator-valued components).
This specifies a perfectly clear formal sense to the notion of the quan- tum field. I will further examine what this involves in the next chapter, but for now I propose simply to plunge ahead and lay out the well-known connection between the Fock space description of the last chapter and the quantum field in the formal sense just described. I want to do this in order to lay out for the reader the conception of the quantum field as it is generally understood by practitioners and also in order to make clear the connection between this conception and the less orthodox order of presentation given in the last chapter.
FIELD THEORIES FREE QUANTUM FIELD THEORY is the theory of quantum fields in which the effect of interactions is entirely neglected. But we had better start by saying what we mean by a field theory. A field theory presupposes a continuum of space-time points. This involves a number of technical considerations that do not concern us here. (The continuum constitutes a differentiable manifold, which can be described by coordinates and to which an affine connection and a metric can be assigned.) The idea of a field enters as the idea that values of physical quantities can be attributed to the space-time points. Specification of the values of all relevant quantities to each space-time point specifies a configuration of the field. And we have a field theory insofar as we have field equations, that is, laws, usually in the form of differential equations, constraining the values of quantities at different space-time points. I want to focus on the idea that values of various quantities can be attributed to the space-time points. In any specific case we talk about such attribution in much the way we talk about predication of simple properties: One attributes a humdrum property (for example, the color red) to an object (for example, my shirt) by associating predicate (the word, 'red') with a referring expression ('my shirt'). Similarly, in describing the value of a field quantity (for example, a gravitational potential) at a point, one associates a mathematical entity (for example, a real number) representing the value of the quantity with numerical coordinates representing the point. What kinds of quantities can be attributed to the space-time points? We know familiar examples in the form of scalars (a matter density, gravitational potential), vectors (electric and magnetic fields), and higher-order tensors (the stress-energy tensor). When I ask what one means by "the quantum field" I am often told that it is just the asso- ciation of an operator with each of the space-time points. Just as one may characterize a field by associating scalar, a vector, or a higher- order tensor with space-time points, there is no reason why one cannot further generalize and similarly associate other mathematical entities with the points, for instance, operators (or more generally tensors with operator-valued components). This specifies a perfectly clear formal sense to the notion of the quan- tum field. I will further examine what this involves in the next chapter, but for now I propose simply to plunge ahead and lay out the well-known connection between the Fock space description of the last chapter and the quantum field in the formal sense just described. I want to do this in order to lay out for the reader the conception of the quantum field as it is generally understood by practitioners and also in order to make clear the connection between this conception and the less orthodox order of presentation given in the last chapter.
Me riding out into the meme fields this morning to harvest fresh memes for all of you
Me riding out into the meme fields this morning to harvest fresh memes for all of you
in some sense quantum phenomena are immaterial in the sense of the non locality of quanta going against the stable extension of matter points definition but this only entails the need of a structural account of fields rather than any kind of idealism.
Rxben
1d
in some sense quantum phenomena are immaterial in the sense of the non locality of quanta going against the stable extension of matter points definition but this only entails the need of a structural account of fields rather than any kind of idealism.
WITH AARON RODGERS REPORTEDLY PLANNING ON PLAYING FOR PACKERS THIS YEAR...
II
VIA
THIS SEASON
AARON RODGERS COUSINS GOFF DALTON
FIELDS OR
DALTON
17TH YEAR YEAR ISTYEAR YEAR WITH TEAM WITH TEAM WITH TEAM WITH TEAM
WITH AARON RODGERS REPORTEDLY PLANNING ON PLAYING FOR PACKERS THIS YEAR... II VIA THIS SEASON AARON RODGERS COUSINS GOFF DALTON FIELDS OR DALTON 17TH YEAR YEAR ISTYEAR YEAR WITH TEAM WITH TEAM WITH TEAM WITH TEAM
Don't go to the open field! Use tervain to your advantage.
Open fields are the worst enemy of every tank! As you may know, the fields near point A and
B are literally slaughterhouse. Without any cover you are an easy target. The most important thing on Sinai is to take good sniping positions on the hill between C and B, as it gives you view on both points and one of the enemy spawns. You can try to take A at the beginning of the round but only if you have very fast vehicle.
You should try to take point C first as it's easier to capture because it's hidden behind the hill from the west and it has many rocks and buildings that you can use as a cover.
After taking C you can take sniping positions on the hill and look for enemies trying to capture point B or C. Taking point B will be much easier if your team will control whole east side of the map.
And one wore tip. Please don't stop on the middle of the open field to shoot sh at enemy tank. Find some cover and
than try to destroy your target.
Enjoy extra experience and money from winning the battle!
Don't go to the open field! Use tervain to your advantage. Open fields are the worst enemy of every tank! As you may know, the fields near point A and B are literally slaughterhouse. Without any cover you are an easy target. The most important thing on Sinai is to take good sniping positions on the hill between C and B, as it gives you view on both points and one of the enemy spawns. You can try to take A at the beginning of the round but only if you have very fast vehicle. You should try to take point C first as it's easier to capture because it's hidden behind the hill from the west and it has many rocks and buildings that you can use as a cover. After taking C you can take sniping positions on the hill and look for enemies trying to capture point B or C. Taking point B will be much easier if your team will control whole east side of the map. And one wore tip. Please don't stop on the middle of the open field to shoot sh at enemy tank. Find some cover and than try to destroy your target. Enjoy extra experience and money from winning the battle!