Morgageddon gets back to work earrrrrly.

*Can I play a game with you*

add me plz

also how ur day

Maybe if you're lucky you'll see me! How was your day? Mine was rather long.

**Morgageddon i need you as a spy. Can you gather some intel about the Heimerdinger rework for me please?**

Still happening, about all I found out before I was chased off that floor from a massive bombardment of nerf darts.

**So after weeks and weeks of consideration, I've finally decided that you're my favorite Rioter (mostly because of the way you write on the forums).**

How do you feel about my new proclamation?

Also, do you talk in third person with descriptive words in game?

What about in daily life?

Dawwwwww.

Practice!

Nope!

**Actually what Morg said was partially incorrect about this being calculus it is geometry, more specifically its trigonometry. Geometry is the study of shapes,size, relative position, and properties of space. Being as Calculus is the study of change and this is quite static. There is however Geometric Calculus which does include the calculations for change in formulae, but the point is that this example by definition is not calculus.**

law of cosines = c^2 = a^2 + b^2 - 2ab*cos(y)

Pythagorean equation= a^2 + b^2 = c^2

As most people know the Pythagorean equation only pertains to right angle triangles but this is because when y=0 the law of cosines derives into the Pythagorean theorem.

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However, since there is a 90 degree angle in there, if you know the length and width, the hypotenuse will always be (length*length) + (height*height) = (hypotenuse*hypotenuse)

does not hold true when applied to non-Euclidean geometry. /signed a failed computer science major.

Morg, what food texture is your favorite/least favorite?

Same answer, just wrong reference :P. Food Texture? That's something I've never been asked before. I guess I like crispy things and dislike cold things.

**Riot Morgageddon, what is your opinion on having kill icons on death notifications?**

Ex: http://i.imgur.com/nCDK0Cu.jpg

It's an interesting idea, more information given to the other players about how they may have died and so can adjust their strategy accordingly if they're able to process the information in a team fight.

**I once tried to build an electro-magnetic Gauss rifle with my Science Club friends. We scaled up a purely magnetic one until the neodymium magnets were shattering on impact and wanted to move over to an electro-magnetic one. The calculations proved too difficult for me. Gauss was also contributing member in founding/discovering hyperbolic geometry...So it just sort of came about with studying Gauss through my major and interests at the time. Sorry to de-railgun the thread..**

*don't explain the differences between a rail gun and a Gauss rifle to me. I already know. The pun was too good.

Puns of damage? All I worry about railguns is remembering this video is cool...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36jbiUmYJ8Y