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(Original post by neha p)
i have over 700 posts and still only give out blue gems :rolleyes:
don't you mean grey gems...BlueAngel was saying that they appeared blue on her computer as well....and why do you still only give out grey gems (that should have stopped after you passed 100)? do you have a low no. of rep points?
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don't you mean grey gems...BlueAngel was saying that they appeared blue on her computer as well....and why do you still only give out grey gems (that should have stopped after you passed 100)? do you have a low no. of rep points?

no, my reps not that low, although im still on that distinguished road :rolleyes:
yh, sorry, grey
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(Original post by neha p)
er, im not too sure if the rep you give will count for anything anyway! i have over 700 posts and still only give out blue gems :rolleyes:
How can you tell what colour gems you're giving out? Any way other than asking the people you're giving them to?
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(Original post by Invisible)
Well said! Physics is the best.
Agreed!
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How can you tell what colour gems you're giving out? Any way other than asking the people you're giving them to?
i would have thought asking was the only way.....maybe i'm wrong...
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(Original post by mockel)
i would have thought asking was the only way.....maybe i'm wrong...

i didnt know unitl blue angle told me
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Talk about how you like solving problems logically.
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I have sent u a pm KellyL4u...it has a kinda detailed reply...
Aslo, ask elpaw and Nylex...they are pretty good at Physics!....
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Im going Physics in october and I cant even answer this question :rolleyes:
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Im going Physics in october and I cant even answer this question :rolleyes:
hey narb - where are you going?
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Don't forget to mention the fun you had in physics classes......
I really enjoyed mine!
There is a lot u can say abt that.....
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physics AS is a piece of piss, it's seriously not hard at all.
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I would say something about understanding the world (and universe) better, developing problem-solving skills, and liking the practical aspect.
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Physics rules, woooooo.
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Physics rules, woooooo.
It sure does!!!!!!!!!!!!
(Everyone knows how much I love physics!)
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Physics is the study of the fundamental properites of the earth, from the very small with fundamental particles to the very large with the Universe. This diversity of topic is what makes it so exciting to me. I find also the way that evidence is logically examined through pratical method leading to or testing theories postulated is extremely interesting, since they are skills that can applied to a wide range of topics in far greater areas than just science. Physics statisfys my desire for knowledge too and I get immence pleasure out of completely difficult calculations.

hope this gives you inspiration.
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and I get immence pleasure out of completely difficult calculations.
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http://www.uk-learning.net/t46091.html pleasure such as that?

jk bro, if you see shelley at durham, tell him adam says hi
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physics is the subject that holds the science together. Chemistry is just a branch of physics, and biologist have been getting things wrong all these years. They've only started making any progress beyond philosophy as they've delved into genetics, and that's just chemistry, which is just physics. Physics IS science, you cant do science to a great depth without understanding at least some areas of physics.

Furthermore physics is what we use to understand the world, it represents what we have accomplished and reveals the fields of knowledge ahead of us. It is the one with the unanswered questions and the mysteries. And it is thanks to physics that we have made so much progress in society. Just as a brief example: The aeroplane would be nowhere without physics.

So i take my hat off to the greatest objective subject there is.

(The purest subject there is is maths, and that's the foundation of physics. The greatest subjective subject is philosophy).
Exactly
Physics is everything
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(Original post by DazYaSSS)
http://www.uk-learning.net/t46091.html pleasure such as that?

jk bro, if you see shelley at durham, tell him adam says hi
lol i turned durham down
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Exactly
Physics is everything
Scarlet ibis!!!!!!!!!!!!!...You are back!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I haven't seen u on this thing for ages!...how are you?
(Missed urs and S1M's bickering)
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