# What’s hot? What’s cool?

Ok so it is really hot out here and I think I will write about something cool.err..wait! Why not I write about some hot stars or some cool gadgets? Recently, I attempted a paper on Discrete Structures. It gives me sick thoughts but the futile effort enlightned me of some new concepts.

From the timeless centuries, people always differentiated cold and hot stuff as the extremes. My mission is to prove both are empirically the same. So let me present my latest in “Verbal Order Theorems

HC Equivalence

“For every exclamation related to an object’s visual aspect, the extremes namely ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ are equivalent.”

Exercise 1:

What’s cool, What’s hot in the given set of colors?
{ a) black, b) pink, c) blue, d) red }
Solution

Pink! is usually associated with girls and they have fought for it ! Pink as hot? A part from that cursed period in history when pink was associated with boys! Aaarg! naah..with an exception of a pink bikini, I don’t think! Man! Red’s always hot! The inheritance maybe from a hot red chilli or a red haired Julian Moore. Black..aaah! The ultimate definition of coooooool stuff! A black Aston Martin DB9, A black Lamborghini Reventon to a F22 Raptor. Black versions rule! Blue is cool. References maybe from a clear blue sky, bluish-white global warmed glaciers or eccentric underwater action stunts from “Into the Blue” or “Deep Blue Sea”.

Excercise 2:
Give the structural validity of the statement “I am a cool guy and many girls think i am a hot”
The predicate subject is ‘guy’ i.e, myself. Here the basic assumption is “I am visually appealing to myself as well as the girls.

Let ‘Y be the guy’
Y:Y E {Humans;Male}

C:Cool
H:Hot
i.e.; C=H’

To Prove: (Y->C)+(Y->H) is always a tautology.

|C|H|C+H|
|0|1 |    1  |
|1|0 |    1  |
Here I have limited my test set to 2 order relation since C=H’
Hence Proved!

Exercise 3:
What is cool and hot in Transformers: The movie?
Transformers had some of the coolest graphical treat ever. Now thats the cool element! What’s hot in the film? Megan Fox! That would be quick and spontaneous. You tend to associate the sensuous elements with ‘hot’. Sensuous here refers to the theorectical substitute of “cool”.

Exercise 4:
Dude, don’t tell me ‘Vertical Limit’ and ‘Volcano’ are empirically same. Ones’ dealing with cold avalanches..brr. and the other one has hot lava on the roads..
From the ‘Vertical Limit’ to the catostrophic ‘Volcano’, Hollywood has portrayed it to be something similar, Action!! But then it is cool action, cool graphics something associated with geek stuff!
Inferences: Everything around you is cool, You mind selects some as hot because of its inconsistence in singular allocation of concepts. Want that line in simpler words? Come on! Why should I? After all, I spend hours reading some stupid logic books. In most of them, they simple refuse to get to the point! Damn! I wonder whether that cost me my grades.

Conclusion:
I have included many ‘ad words’ into this blog post that was absolutely meaningless and absurd! The purpose of this post is to get more linkable words into my blog posts so that my advertisers are happy. But then theorem stays and is proved!