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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Thanks for inviting me Is your offer only open to REAL Cambridge people..?

    ah sorry pol, my invitation is of course open to any of you lovely people

    plus, i do have my lovely salsa and tortilla chips (M&S, no less!) too. when i go and reclaim them
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    Anyone fancy estimating the mass of an ant?
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Thanks for inviting me Is your offer only open to REAL Cambridge people..?
    You're not from Cambridge, you're from Girton... don't ya know!

    j/k
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    hmmm.,...i'm bored! I've only got a couple of odds and ends to tie up with a few maths questions, but apart from that I dont know what to do with myself. Someone suggest something!
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    (Original post by crana9)
    mentally ill and willa, i feel a bit left out do you want to come to mine later on ?

    rosie
    ooo yay...an invitation..I'd definitely like to come over...when you want me to!?
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    We were going to go to Pembroke yesterday, actually. Myself, my lovely college sister (how is too nice and refused to go home even though she blatently didn't want to be there), and a fellow medic called Yuqi were randomly wandering between colleges all night. I was embarrassing them by speaking to random people (I do that a lot, especially drunk and I'd had a couple of bottles of wine and other stuff :eek: ) We thought there was a party in a field (that sounded cool, both literally and idiomatically so we hooned out to a Trinity annex which wasn't a field - it was just called something field I didn't like the Trinity ppl too much - they seemed well stuck up but King's people were bouncy

    Pembroke and Clare watch out because I intend to pay you both a visit sometime soon!
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    (Original post by Camford)
    Anyone fancy estimating the mass of an ant?
    Half a gram..? :confused:
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    (Original post by polthegael)
    Haalf a gram..? :confused:
    too heavy for an ant don't you thing?
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    (Original post by Camford)
    too heavy for an ant don't you thing?
    I neither know nor care, though if it is for a wee red one or something, it's probably ok for a big wood ant thing..
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    25 mg i reckon!
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    (Original post by Willa)
    25 mg i reckon!
    the answer says roughly 0.001 gram. DEATH TO ALL PHYSICS ESTIMATION THINGIES QUESTIONS!! :mad:
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    where is this question from?
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    (Original post by Willa)
    where is this question from?
    Q1 on the physics example sheets thing.
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    I'm kinda bored too. Trying to do the example sheet for my first supervision tomorrow
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    (Original post by Camford)
    Q1 on the physics example sheets thing.
    argh...i havent tackled any of those...i'm waiting for my physics teacher to tell me which ones to do....although maybe i'll tackle a few anyway after tomorrow's lecture.
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    (Original post by Willa)
    argh...i havent tackled any of those...i'm waiting for my physics teacher to tell me which ones to do....although maybe i'll tackle a few anyway after tomorrow's lecture.
    That lecture who did this is following Fermi's footsteps.
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    (Original post by Camford)
    the answer says roughly 0.001 gram. DEATH TO ALL PHYSICS ESTIMATION THINGIES QUESTIONS!! :mad:
    They're really annoying in the first week, they get more sensible, it's just to try and get you to think
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    (Original post by Alaric)
    They're really annoying in the first week, they get more sensible, it's just to try and get you to think
    I know, I can't do estimations. I can't think like Enrico. Nobody think like Enrico anymore.
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    anyone care to estimate the weight of an elephant? A mountain? And the number of piano tuners in Cambridge?
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    An Elephant weight 8 Neltons, where 1 Nelton is approximately 1/8th the weight of an elephant

    There are 2 goggles of piano tuners in cambridge, where 1 goggle of piano tuners is equal to half the number of piano tuners in cambridge
 
 
 
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