Top Ten Reasons Why Four Is a Better, More Significant Number Than FiveI like five, but four is a more significant and more cool number. Sorry, keycha1n.
The Top Ten
This is why I always wear four on the baseball field. It's the best (and my favourite) number.
If it makes you guys feel better, I don't even know how to play baseball!
Cool. 5 is still better though.
Baseball? In Canada? 😜
Probably my favorite sport though I'm nowhere near as good as I wanted to be...
Recent cosmology may prove the existence of a fifth, which I have been researching recently, but now I've made this list, part of me wants the dark energy to be driven by repulsive gravity and not quintessence.
Would you be saddened if another fundamental interaction was discovered? More to research, more money for a physicist!
Unified theory, Kiteretsunu, treats the interactions as one equation, given that they can act as one on the smallest measurable levels, but macroscopically, their effects and properties are vastly different. Plus, we're not at a stage in which we can assume the standard model to be complete. Further development of it is now more than likely due to the recent Higgs discovery, which could potentially give the standard model the vacancy for new particles, possibly including a new gauge boson.
Trying to share four cookies between two people? No problem. Trying to share five between two? You'll have to split a cookie! This is why imperial units matter.
Four cookies between 3 people? You'll have to REALLY split a cookie!
This, and that 4 is possibly my favourite number
What about 4 cookies between 5 people? Or 10 people...
Okay, this is so true and there's no arguing with it. I'm having trouble on who to believe...
Once you extend into the fifth, you get irregular polytopes.
Can I eat that?
Uracil is in RNA, so does not count.
That's Chinese culture not Japanese
I thought you LIKED Japan? Let alone, living!
Most of these items have something to do with math, science, or physics. But then again this is one of PositronWildhawk's lists after all.
Oh, and the 4th character of the number Pi. Considering "3", "." and "1" then comes "4"
Well, the fifth number is 5: 3.1415! Isn't that much more satisfying?
Funny at the same time, it's the 3rd digit.
We know approximate it to four weeks, but the measurements then were incredibly accurate without the technology we have today.
It can't be true!
But 12 is the atomic number of Magnesium which is more reactive than Beryllium. So boo yeah
I don't know what boron is for, but I like it now.
Both boron and beryllium are highly underrated elements! But beryllium is better, because it has four protons.
My fifth list, on the contrary, isn't such a big hit. But it was my third that got me sudden popularity, and that makes me proud of it.