about how to bring back someone after you kill them hideously in a radation style execution.
And you end up at a website describing Chaos Theory and fractals, as you are trying to cram *just enough physics* to make your double timeline universe sound reasonably accurate. And also figure out how it happened. Because for some reason, you thought it would be a lot of fun to start a story with no idea how any of it actually happened.
A. Chaos. Theory. Website.
*rubs temples hard*
This is like high school, but without the competition with the hot guy up front who thought girls couldn't do math. *sighs* I can barely remember *long division*. They have f(x) and the things and oh God, I need an *aspirin*. Or possibly my high school notes. Maybe both.
Though of the day, though: when we did these in high school, we were given pages and pages to solve and/or graph and/or cry over and/or cheat with. At no time did anyone explain what they were for. Now, eleven years past calculus, I find out they are the base of fractals?
Seriously. I need a *nap*. On the other hand, any day I can claim a major character death to my name? That's a pretty good day.