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    I never seem to be online when you make the games. :emo:

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    I never seem to be online when you make the games. :emo:

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    Often - I have a tendency to photograph things in the local area - despite this, I have a broad range of photographs of natural and man made objects/buildings. With regards to the dating of buildings and the historical links to architecture, I would state yes, as I find I like buildings from the 1900s+ and gothic revival architecture (1790's+), particularly the latter, as I love the intricacies and fine details of many of the gothic cathedrals. I actually have Inception on DVD, but haven't yet managed to perceive it; thus I shall be doing that soon, upon your recommendation. Films such as those you have described, are generally very good as they are psychologically interesting films. You've been to visit/travelled through some interesting places indeed, and the experience sounds as though it was brilliant! The war stories must have been very upsetting! European buildings can be very intriguing to observe, as some of them can be very unusual, aesthetically speaking.
    That sounds nice! :yep: And I can definitely agree with you there on the gothic revival architecture part - I do love examining that too. :five: Oh that's cool, and hopefully you will like it. Yes, they are very interesting. :yep: Have you seen The Da Vinci Code by any chance? That's another good one, I think. It was definitely an experience I won't forget in a hurry! They were, and it was slightly...uncomforting (not quite the right word choice there but hey ho) knowing that we were walking where these men had fought and died. :erm: Indeed they can be, it's very nice to observe the differences in general between them and those in the UK.
    Those structures you depicted in the spoiler tags, are truly magnificent!
    Yes, I am predominantly interested in human biology/anatomy; I find that to be extremely intriguing and am fascinated by it. It sounds as though a mathematical occupation would be definitely ideal for you, as you have opted for subjects that naturally involve a vast amount of mathematics! That is excellent to hear, and very wise of you to opt for the computing in the end, as it has been beneficial to your later studies. :yep: Physics can be hard at times, I know that when I pursued it at AS Level, I found some parts of it to be particularly difficult. However, I did find that quantum physics was extremely fascinating to learn! What areas of physics do you enjoy the most? I think things will be okay for you!

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    Aww, I'm glad you think so! I was quite mesmerised when I saw them in person. It's a shame we didn't have all that much time to admire them ourselves. Mind you, I suppose we did have some time on our hands for such observations, but it's always nice to spend a little longer with these things.
    That's cool. Indeed! Ooh quantum physics sounds very technical. Was that something you had an interest in from the start, or more of a developed interest? I don't really know. I do like the mathematical side of things with the conversion of units and whatnot. I don't like vectors in general though - I always struggle with them. The mathematics behind them is fine though. Aw thank you!

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    That sounds nice! :yep: And I can definitely agree with you there on the gothic revival architecture part - I do love examining that too. :five: Oh that's cool, and hopefully you will like it. Yes, they are very interesting. :yep: Have you seen The Da Vinci Code by any chance? That's another good one, I think. It was definitely an experience I won't forget in a hurry! They were, and it was slightly...uncomforting (not quite the right word choice there but hey ho) knowing that we were walking where these men had fought and died. :erm: Indeed they can be, it's very nice to observe the differences in general between them and those in the UK.

    Aww, I'm glad you think so! I was quite mesmerised when I saw them in person. It's a shame we didn't have all that much time to admire them ourselves. Mind you, I suppose we did have some time on our hands for such observations, but it's always nice to spend a little longer with these things.
    That's cool. Indeed! Ooh quantum physics sounds very technical. Was that something you had an interest in from the start, or more of a developed interest? I don't really know. I do like the mathematical side of things with the conversion of units and whatnot. I don't like vectors in general though - I always struggle with them. The mathematics behind them is fine though. Aw thank you!

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    I hate C3 still stuck on different questions
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