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Discussion in 'ROCKtropia' started by narfi, Dec 9, 2014.
Omega - Theta - Ksi - Psi - Phi
I just realized that the symbols are just reversed on the two arches, so probably not any meaning like i had hoped.
ah the good old texture reversal trick... damn MA damn MA damn MA
Maybe a new sorority for EU-U
At least they chose marking that can be mirrored :)
Omega - Omega (the last letter of the Greek alphabet) is often used to denote the last, the end, or the ultimate limit of a set, in contrast to alpha, the first letter of the Greek alphabet.
Theta -The letter Θ (Theta) describes a space (Ο) bisected by an horizontal line. This line expresses a level (for example: the horizon). - See more at: http://greece.greekreporter.com/201...-greek-alphabet-letters/#sthash.cKEuPYmR.dpuf
the grand canonical ensemble found in statistical mechanics.
a type of baryon
a quaternary combinator in combinatory logic
the wave function in the Schrödinger equation of quantum mechanics
the stream function in fluid dynamics
yaw angle in vehicle dynamics
the angle between the x-axis and the tangent to the curve in the intrinsic coordinates system
the reciprocal Fibonacci constant
the second Chebyshev function in number theory
the polygamma function in mathematics
the work function in physics; the energy required by a photon to remove an electron from the surface of a metal
the cumulative distribution function of the normal distribution in statistics
phenyl functional group
the reciprocal of the golden ratio (represented by φ, below), also represented as 1/φ
the value of the integration of information in a system (based on Integrated Information Theory)
note: a symbol for the empty set, , resembles Φ but is not Φ
the golden ratio 1.618... in mathematics, art, and architecture
Euler's totient function in number theory
a holomorphic map on an analytic space
the argument of a complex number in mathematics
the value of a plane angle in physics and mathematics
the angle to the z axis in spherical coordinates (mathematics)
the angle to the x axis in the xy-plane in spherical or cylindrical coordinates (physics)
latitude in geodesy
a scalar field
the probability density function of the normal distribution in statistics
a feature of a syntactic node giving that node characteristics such as gender, number and person in syntax
the diameter of a vessel (engineering)
so maybe it's a statement about the end of space as the auction now works universally. mirrored to indicate it's a return to the roots of Project Entropia where there is one community instead of fractured bits... space was the big bang. Now we are having the big crunch.