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Old 1st December 2010, 11:55 PM   #1001
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Many years ago there used to be a carpet cleaning solution advertised on UK TV called "1001". I don't know if it did quantum purification, or just normal chemical detergent action.
 
Old 2nd December 2010, 12:17 AM   #1002
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ach! It was obviously a digital product... Relabelled from being called 9. Quantum purification would have worked on the older analog product ensure it WAS 9 and not 9.000134 or even worse, 8.999993.

THere are some who might claim that the new digital solution is "harsher" somehow or that it doesn't have the "dynamic range" to "resolve minute color differences" that can only be seen by a person of exceptional skill, experience and gavitas in the carpet cleaning and reconditioning industry. Some claim the digital product leads to high level changes of the colour of the carpet caused by "dithering" and "lost packets".

However the general public have accepted the new product without question.

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Like Formula 410..the world wasn't ready for kitchen cabinets melting away so we are stuck with Formula 409.
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Many years ago there used to be a carpet cleaning solution advertised on UK TV called "1001". I don't know if it did quantum purification, or just normal chemical detergent action.
For the Gold Star, please name the point group of a sans serif 1001.
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Point group Oscar Delta Romeo Zero Zero Niner Zero...please remit the gold star to my PayPal account!
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I don't even understand the question! Does it relate to some aspect of American culture?
 
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I don't even understand the question! Does it relate to some aspect of American culture?
No, my apologies. I had assumed that you had been tortured with group theory at some point (ouch, bad pun). If you avoided it, congratulations!
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Yes, I did do group theory both as a maths course and in the context of elementary particle physics but that was in the mid 1970's and I haven't used it since. I don't remember the term "point group" so maybe we called it something different? Most of the course was on group representation theory and things like O(3) or SU(2) - which are related (same group?) in some way. We will now be boring the non-physicists, but so what - they sometimes bore us with their posts!

By the way, my off-topic post was prompted by being presented (if I was quick) with entering post #1001 (never done that before!) on a subject vaguely related to cleaning. It's funny how advertisers get into your head and fiddle with your brain. I can still recall the ad now "1001 cleans a big big carpet for less than half a crown!" even though it was 40 years ago and I never bought the product.
 
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On my qualifying exam, one of the questions was, "Describe the importance of symmetry in physical chemistry." Being deep into quantum chemistry and solid state physics, I enthusiastically filled my bluebook with an exposition on Lie Groups, generators, SU(3) algebras... Unfortunately, the professor who asked that question (I found out later) was an NMR spectroscopist and I failed to even use the word "magnetic." Score for that answer was 1/5. Ouch.

Anyway D2h. The point groups describe geometric symmetry.

Sorry for the OT, I'll behave now.
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