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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    degrees from Oxford and Cambridge

    14 A star at gcse

    888 in ks3

    Specialist in hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms
    If you were that smart, you wouldn't have had to ask.
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    oh, look, someone else who wishes to brag. why does it matter how smart you are?
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    A degree at Oxford Brookes isn't that impressive though.
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    no because u went to uni
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    There will be someone on this forum with more A*s than the milky way I assure you.
    You're smart enough clearly to work out what that means.
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    And the point is?
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    Lul dat it
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    (Original post by VirgoStrain)
    14 A*'s isn't the highest, that's for sure... also why would you get degrees from both oxford and cambridge... loads of people have gone to these unis anyway
    tf is the highest then?
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    degrees from Oxford and Cambridge

    14 A star at gcse

    888 in ks3

    Specialist in hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms
    Considering you can only get an 8 in maths at KS3 and the highest you can get in English and science is a 7, you're not very smart at all.
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    degrees from Oxford and Cambridge

    14 A star at gcse

    888 in ks3

    Specialist in hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms
    Well someone's not being truthful ... the highest level in KS3 English and Science was a 7.
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    My uncles mothers sons friends dads grandfather sons cousin father daughter grandmothers brothers dads cousins nephews dad is the smartest one I believe = Einstein
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    No. The average TSRian has 50 A*s in their GCSEs and 15 A*s in their A levels and a degree in medicine from Cambridge. You are well below average for a TSR user.
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    (Original post by Kevin Hodge)
    No. The average TSRian has 50 A*s in their GCSEs and 15 A*s in their A levels and a degree in medicine from Cambridge. You are well below average for a TSR user.
    :rofl: 15 A*s :toofunny:
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    (Original post by Kevin Hodge)
    No. The average TSRian has 50 A*s in their GCSEs and 15 A*s in their A levels and a degree in medicine from Cambridge. You are well below average for a TSR user.
    achieved at the age of 13
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    degrees from Oxford and Cambridge

    14 A star at gcse

    888 in ks3

    Specialist in hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms
    No, but you're definitely the most arrogant person I've met in a while. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    (Original post by eden3)
    :rofl: 15 A*s :toofunny:
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    achieved at the age of 13

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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    degrees from Oxford and Cambridge

    14 A star at gcse

    888 in ks3

    Specialist in hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms
    I definitely believe this because picking hyperspace topology means you are one of a handful of specialists in that. Why, I could very easily identify you just by going on library plus and searching for papers made from Cambridge or Oxford and crossreferencing that tiny list of names with papers published in the other university. You'd have to have done papers in both of those universities, so at least one Hypertopological paper should appear to the same name in both universities.

    Because it's such a tiny field, it would take all of two minutes to find out if you were telling the truth.

    In fact, let's do that now. Library Plus. Search for Hypertopology. 84 hits. This is gonna be easy, since larger fields will generate tens of thousands of results.. Let's check out the different names.

    Okay. Let's combine that with searching the text with a boolean value - AND Cambridge, search in text. 23 results. Let's look at these names!

    All right. Now let's do a search with hypertopology AND Oxford. Only 11 names..

    There is only one name that published hypertopology papers in Oxford and Cambridge. His name is Marco De Rosa and he's the general manager at University of Greenwich. If that's you, you certainly do look like a smart man.

    Should I send him an email at the university and have him confirm that's you? Because if that is you, and that is literally the only person in the world it could be, then your contact me info is on the University of Greenwich's website.
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    degrees from Oxford and Cambridge

    14 A star at gcse

    888 in ks3

    Specialist in hypertopological dimensionality reduction algorithms
    You wouldnt have to brag if you were 'smart'.
 
 
 
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