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{{q|2+2=5|[[Big Brother]]|Number 2}}
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{{Q|Where the fuck did you hide in the 1940's?|Adolf Hitler|Jens Ivar}}
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{{Q| It is the number after [[1 (number)]].|Captain Obvious|2}}
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Plural form of [[1]], although 2 can be as bad as 1 (it's the loneliest number since the number 1). The uppercase form is [[@]], except in [[Rest Of World]] where it is [["]]
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{{Q|Two's a crowd, man!|Triumvirate}}
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It's just this number, you know?
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The official slogan of 2 is ''"This time, it's not 1"''.
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2 is the only even prime number, which makes it quite odd.
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2 is Seda. Seda is best. Therefore, 2 is best.
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2+2 approaches infinity for very large values of 2.
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2 is also the eventual destroyer of Civilization and Justice as we know it, as according to Oscar Wilde.
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2 is the number of cows that you have. (You have two cows)
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2 is the girl/boy your bf/gf is holding hands with when you're with number 3, making you number 10987087 in his/her visitor's list.
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2 is the minimum number of gods you need for polytheism.
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[[Alexander Shulgin]] has even invented a whole drug family called 2C just to honor the number 2.
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== Gołębiowski's recursive formula for 2==
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This formula allows you to compute 2 with given precision. It also looks like a [[Triforce]] turned upside-down. You may also notice that it each triangle of the triforce is also made up of triforces. Thus, it's a fractured triforce.
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<math> 2 = \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} = \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} = \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} = \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}} = </math>
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<math>\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}}} = ...</math>
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Compare with [[half]].
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This formula is known for being very obstinate and conservative. For example substituting '''2''' with '''3''' or '''654''' doesn't affect the result:
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<math> \frac{ \frac{ 3 + 3 }{3} + \frac{ 3 + 3 }{3} }{\frac{ 3 + 3 }{3}} = 2</math>
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<math> \frac{ \frac{ 654 + 654 }{654} + \frac{ 654 + 654 }{654} }{\frac{ 654 + 654 }{654}} = 2</math>
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Heck, it even works with the integer [[DeLorean]], and the imaginary number [[Aerosmith]].
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Unfortunately, there is already a proof for 1+1=3
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2 got kicked out of the number line, put itself to the period instead.
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==Alternate Meanings==
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*[[too]], meaning "[[also]]".
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*[[to]], meaning "[[for]]".
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*[[teu]], meaning "[[Janeane Garofolo]]".
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*[[tew]], meaning "[[Nothing]], because [[I]] just made it up".
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*[[tau]], meaning "um, its a physics particle thing, very small[/ignornce]"
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*[[Tew]], just rhymes with fucking Yew!!!" Peace Bro
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==See also==
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[[Half]]
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[[category:quaint]][[Category:Numbers]][[Category:Lonely numbers]]
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{{alphabet}}
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[[pt:Dois]]
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[[ca:2]]
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[[fr:2]]
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[[it:Due]]
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[[pl:2 (cyfra)]]

Revision as of 08:40, July 5, 2012

“Do not discriminate against us who doesn't have two...”
~ Jens Ivar
Big Brother


“Where the fuck did you hide in the 1940's?”
~ Adolf Hitler on Jens Ivar
Dot    
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“ It is the number after 1 (number).”


Plural form of 1, although 2 can be as bad as 1 (it's the loneliest number since the number 1). The uppercase form is @, except in Rest Of World where it is "

“Two's a crowd, man!”
~ Triumvirate

It's just this number, you know?

The official slogan of 2 is "This time, it's not 1".

2 is the only even prime number, which makes it quite odd.

2 is Seda. Seda is best. Therefore, 2 is best.

2+2 approaches infinity for very large values of 2.

2 is also the eventual destroyer of Civilization and Justice as we know it, as according to Oscar Wilde.

2 is the number of cows that you have. (You have two cows)

2 is the girl/boy your bf/gf is holding hands with when you're with number 3, making you number 10987087 in his/her visitor's list.

2 is the minimum number of gods you need for polytheism. Alexander Shulgin has even invented a whole drug family called 2C just to honor the number 2.


Gołębiowski's recursive formula for 2

This formula allows you to compute 2 with given precision. It also looks like a Triforce turned upside-down. You may also notice that it each triangle of the triforce is also made up of triforces. Thus, it's a fractured triforce.

 2  = \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} = \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} = \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} = \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}}  =

\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} + \frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}} }{\frac{ \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} + \frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}} }{\frac{ \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} + \frac{ 2 + 2 }{2} }{\frac{ 2 + 2 }{2}}}}} = ...

Compare with half.

This formula is known for being very obstinate and conservative. For example substituting 2 with 3 or 654 doesn't affect the result:

 \frac{ \frac{ 3 + 3 }{3} + \frac{ 3 + 3 }{3} }{\frac{ 3 + 3 }{3}} = 2

 \frac{ \frac{ 654 + 654 }{654} + \frac{ 654 + 654 }{654} }{\frac{ 654 + 654 }{654}} = 2

Heck, it even works with the integer DeLorean, and the imaginary number Aerosmith. Unfortunately, there is already a proof for 1+1=3 2 got kicked out of the number line, put itself to the period instead.

2delorean

2aerosmith

Alternate Meanings

  • too, meaning "also".
  • to, meaning "for".
  • teu, meaning "Janeane Garofolo".
  • tew, meaning "Nothing, because I just made it up".
  • tau, meaning "um, its a physics particle thing, very small[/ignornce]"
  • Tew, just rhymes with fucking Yew!!!" Peace Bro

See also

Half

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