Well as you can tell I am bored as Hell and Exams have Started.. TT__TT [Good Luck to the ppl who do Spanish ~WO0TZ~] *snickers* Well anywas today was kinda okish More History in my Arse as Usuall.. and I gotta brush up on maths.. and another subject I don't even do..
Science (from Latin scientia - knowledge)[ refers to the system of acquiring knowledge – based on empiricism, experimentation, and methodological naturalism. The term science also refers to the organized body of knowledge humans have gained by such research.
Most scientists maintain that scientific investigation must adhere to the scientific method, a process for evaluating empirical knowledge under the working assumption of methodological materialism, which explains observable events in nature as a result of natural causes, rejecting supernatural notions. Less formally, the word science often describes any systematic field of study or the knowledge gained from it. Particular specialized studies that make use of empirical methods are often referred to as sciences as well. This article concentrates on the more specific definition.
Fields of science are commonly classified along two major lines:
- Natural sciences, the study of the natural phenomena including biology;
- Social sciences, the systematic study of human behavior and society.
Mathematics has both similarities and differences compared to other fields of science, and is sometimes included within a third, separate classification, called formal science. Mathematics is similar to other sciences because it is a rigorous, structured study, (of topics such as quantity, structure, space, and change). It is different because of its method of arriving at its results. Mathematics as a whole is vital to the sciences — indeed major advances in mathematics have often led to major advances in other sciences. Certain aspects of mathematics are indispensable for the formation of hypotheses, theories and laws in discovering and describing how things work (natural sciences) and how people think and act (social sciences).
Science as defined above is sometimes termed pure science to differentiate it from applied science, the application of research to human needs.] ***Thank you again Wiki.. X3***
And Staring @ My Social Studies Notebook... I realized how Much I Seriously Needed to Write bigger and get new glasses.. I'm squinting @ my own handwriting...HAHA!!
My Typical Day was no more My usuall vacation mode [Wake up /Yawn/Shower/chat/eat/Visit Forums/sleep/download/....]
You may call me crazy If I tell you all I spent 40 bucks @ an Internet Cafe near home Altho I already have a Comp Home..HAHA!! the reason was I was bored and it was After Classes @ BCC..XD
Next topic: You all might be wondering why you are Seeing a Miyavi Pic up therre.. It is because I found that Picture Cute and Some of us may have Mistaken Him for T.M. Revolution..
Takanori Nishikawa (西川貴教, Nishikawa Takanori) (born September 19, 1970 in Yasu, Shiga Prefecture, Japan), more well known as T.M.Revolution (Takanori Makes Revolution), is a Japanese pop singer. T.M.Revolution is a team that consists of composer and producer Daisuke Asakura, lyricist Akio Inoue, and vocalist Nishikawa himself.
In 1996, he released his debut single, "Dokusai" (English translation: "Monopolize") and immediately gained a large fan base. Later that year, he entered the J-pop scene; his song "Heart of Sword - Yoake Mae" ("Heart of Sword - Before Dawn") was used in the anime Rurouni Kenshin as the series's third closing theme. Nishikawa has since produced 20 singles and 9 albums. He has also contributed three songs to the anime series Gundam SEED: "Invoke", its first opening theme; "Meteor", an insert song (also used in SEED's later sequel); and "Zips", which was used in part 1 of Gundam SEED: Special Edition. (The former two are from his 2003 album Coordinate, while the latter is from his 2004 album Seventh Heaven.) Following Gundam SEED, he produced two more songs for its sequel, Gundam SEED Destiny: "Ignited", as the first opening song; and "Vestige" as its theme song. ("Ignited" can also be found on his 2005 album Vertical Infinity, while "Vestige" is only available as a single.)
Nishikawa also became the seiyuu for Miguel Aiman in Gundam SEED and for Heine Westenfluss in Gundam SEED Destiny. Both characters are based on his ideal appearance (blond hair with bangs) and mobile suits of these two characters were both orange, Nishikawa's favorite color. In fact, Westenfluss is a word play on his name Nishikawa: both mean "West River", and "Heine" was a play on his nickname "灰猫 (Haine)" while he was part of the band "Luis-Mary".
Takanori married Yumi Yoshimura of the Japanese duo Puffy in 1999. In 2003, when the Japanese media accused Yoshimura of an affair, Nishikawa filed for divorce. The divorce was finalized in that year.
His music has been recently distributed by Tofu Records, a company specializing in promoting Japanese artists in the North American market. CDs released so far with Tofu include his last three albums Coordinate, Seventh Heaven, and Vertical Infinity.
In 2003, Takanori Nishikawa made his live concert debut in the United States at the anime convention, Otakon. The popularity of the concert was evident as attendees filled the ballroom of the Baltimore Convention Center and an overflow room located in a exhibition hall of the Baltimore Convention Center to their entirety.
In 2004, Nishikawa attended PMX on his second U.S. Tour. Due to the huge success of this concert in America and because of his relations to Sony Music Japan, T.M.Revolution was asked to sing the ending song to Spiderman 2 in Japan, and produced the single "Web of Night" that included an English version of the song.
Nishikawa designs clothes for his clothing line called Defrock. The name comes from a play on words of the Japanese language. Cars use a device called a differential lock. The Japanese sound for "l" and "r" are almost interchangeable, so he changed it to his favorite type of music, rock.
He was also a radio DJ host on his show called "All Night Nippon" (“Takanori Nishikawa’s All Night Nippon” (西川貴教のオールナイトニッポン, “Takanori Nishikawa’s All Night Nippon”)) from January 1997 to September 26, 2005, where listeners who could not meet him at his concerts had a chance to talk to him.
Several of his songs are named with the same initials as his abbreviated stage name TMR. Examples of these are "Timeless Mobius Rover", "Tide Moon River", "Trace Millennium Road", "True Merry Rings", "Tomorrow Meets Resistance", "Tears Macerate Reason," and "Twinkle Million Rendezvous". Most of his albums (except for his first album, Makes Revolution) include one such song.
Between 1999 and 2000, Nishikawa temporarily changed his stage name from T.M.Revolution to the end of genesis T.M.R.evolution turbo type D, or TMR-e for short. The singles "Setsugen -Winter Dust-", "Kagerou -KAGEROH-", and "Gekkou -GEKKOH-" were released under this name. Asakura took a step forward from the shadow of producer, appearing more frequently in music videos and performing live alongside Nishikawa.
Miyavi (雅-miyavi-, born September 14, 1981 in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan), is a Japanese solo J-Rock artist and former guitarist (under the name Miyabi (雅, Miyabi) for the visual kei indies band Due'le Quartz, which disbanded in 2002. In the same year, Miyabi announced that he was going solo, changed his name to Miyavi (which is phonetically the same in Japanese), and released his debut album "【雅楽】-gagaku-."
In October 2004, Miyavi released his first major single "ROCK no gyakushuu -SUPERSTAR no jouken (ロックの逆襲-スーパースターの条件-, ROCK no gyakushuu -SUPERSTAR no jouken)" and began to credit himself in the songwriting credits in his liner notes as "MYV". His first major album, "【雅-miyavizm-主義】", was released in June 2005.
Miyavi composes, arranges, and produces his own music. He has been playing guitar for 11 years.
Miyavi's significant change in music style since leaving Due le Quartz caused many of his original audience to disperse. He found newer audiences since then.
In addition to his musical career, Miyavi also starred as himself in the 2003 film "Oresama (おれさま, Oresama)" and models for various J-Rock magazines such as Fools Mate, Arena 37c, and Shoxx magazine. He has also modeled for the clothing line Fotus.
(The above is general and was found through various sources, most notably Night In Girl - unofficial overseas fansite.)
erm... I guess I went too far.. <,<;;
Well Kinda Bored now so I go bed.. C'ya