# xkcd Comic

## Complex Conjugate (xkcd)

Today’s xkcd is math related (although I’ve seen this joke on numerous occasions):  Fun fact: if you say this every time a professor does something to a complex-number equation that drops the imaginary part, they’ll eventually move the class to another room and tell everyone else except you.

## xkcd: Applied Math

Today’s xkcd comic: This comic is about Donald Knuth and his book “The Art of Programming” where he offered to pay money to people who found errors in the logic or code inside the book. In the 1st/2nd panels the black hair stick figure showed the inconsistency and invalidity) of basic logic and thus writes …

## xkcd halloween costume

Here are some cool xkcd costumes for halloween! Before turning the lights out: After turning the lights out:

Today’s xkcd comic isn’t too shabby: But now that it’s been published, people have started using these phrases which messes up the google hits and the graph (but not by much). I usually use both “fucking” and “as shit” at the same time for emphasis, as in: fucking piquant as shit! fucking jejune as shit! …

## Sweet xkcd cake

(created by the pinkcakebox.com person) Here’s the image from xkcd that inspired the cake:

## More funny math comics

(via Unknown Source) (via xkcd) (via Toothpaste for Dinner)

## The Flake Equation (xkcd)

Has to do with the Drake equation, which is an equation to calculate the potential number of extraterrestrial civilizations in our galaxy.

## xkcd self-description

Today’s xkcd was good: But what really takes the cake is the following modification:

## xkcd dimensional analysis comic

xkcd’s Monday comic was pretty good: In case you are wondering, wolfram alpha formula here. (via the discussion on Reddit)

## new xkcd and abstruse goose

For some reason, both xkcd and Abstruse Goose comics today were very entertaining to me!! Yay! By the way, today’s Abstruse Goose comic references one of my favorite movies (and I don’t mean star wars! arrg). Check it out, hilarious! Here is a hint.