18:52 < Phificks> -Every- time I hear that song it gets stuck in my head for days. 18:52 < relsqui> and rofl at this: http://www.jonathancoulton.com/lyrics/i-hate-california 18:53 < cerise> Phificks: You know, if you play it really slowly, it sounds like mandlebrot set at full speed. 18:53 < cerise> and if you slow it down even more, it sounds like mandlebrot set at full speed. 18:53 < relsqui> ...... o_o 18:53 < relsqui> rofl 18:53 * phyphor giggles 18:53 < Phificks> rofl 18:53 < phyphor> maths jokery! 18:53 * Haplo laughs 18:53 < relsqui> that would be SO COOL 18:53 < phyphor> I see what you did there! 18:53 < Phificks> Now if only someone would write a song like that... 18:53 < cerise> mmmm, fractal music. Bite me off a piece of that staff.
In other news, don't think the warring over the definition of "planet" is over just yet. The IAU voted to add a clause in that the body in question has to have "cleared its neighborhood" -- a very loose definition. By that rule, one might argue that Neptune, Earth, Mars, and Jupiter aren't planets because of the number of bodies near them.
One thing's for sure. There aren't nine planets in the solar system. The definition has been arbitrary. In all probability, it will not match up to a logical definition.