# Forum:If Your Name Is Chez Mom Probably Did the Milkman

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Just thought of that old Monty Python bit where they put a camera at the end of the street and people start coming out of their houses and going into other ones.

After seeing an article somewhere that something like 2 out of 5 kids don't belong to their "fathers," well, the milkman must be having more fun than anybody else. Or maybe today that would be the paperboy. Or pizza dude. Census worker anyone?

Just a thought. It could... probably IS happening.

Coming to Maury Povich soon. The preceding unsigned comment was added by UConn Bitches (talk • contribs)

• I always knew that my real dad was Batman. -- 07:39, December 24, 2010 (UTC)
UN:N? --Mn-z 14:09, December 24, 2010 (UTC)
Forum topic of the year! --Roman Dog Bird 18:47, December 24, 2010 (UTC)
The single most important equation in (first quantisized bosonic) string theory is the N-point scattering amplitude. This treats the incoming and outgoing strings as points, which in string theory are tachyons, with momentum ki which connect to a string world surface at the surface points zi. It is given by the following functional integral which integrates (sums) over all possible embeddings of this 2D surface in 27 dimensions.
$A_N = \int D\mu \int D[X] \exp \left( -\frac{1}{4\pi\alpha} \int \partial_z X_\mu(z,\overline{z}) \partial_{\overline{z} X^\mu(z,\overline{z})} \, dz^2 + i \sum_{i=1}^N k_{i \mu} X^\mu (z_i,\overline{z}_i) \right)$ --Hotadmin4u69 [TALK] 08:03 Dec 25 2010