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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    I actually may have got 877 in KS3 - but who doesn’t exaggerate in ther CV?
    Yeah I get you man. I work with Bill Gates. Actually I don't, I work in Tesco but I'm just slightly exaggerating. Hehe, looks good on the CV


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    I don't work in Tesco btw
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    Intelligence is an irrelevant trait for humans. To live the best quality of life, being born with fantastic looks and money are the only things that matter.

    Intelligent people get to slave away lonely while inventing things so hot people can enjoy life even more.

    YES! YES! YES!
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    Ok so in response to your questions

    I am not mr de soza from Greenwich University (is that even a thing, sounds like Trump University)

    Hypertopology is a term I created to describe topological structures with low phosphotronic capacity in relationship to their activation function. If you understand neural networks, you’ll understand.

    I actually may have got 877 in KS3 - but who doesn’t exaggerate in ther CV?
    Don't be so coy, Mr. De Soza. I already searched for just the word 'hypertopology' and the only person who used that term and went to both Cambridge and Oxford was Mr. De Soza.

    If you went to both Oxford and Cambridge, at the very least your dissertation would be online. And it is not, which means you're either a liar or you're Mr. De Soza. We know you aren't lying, so you are definitely the general manager of the University of Greenwich!
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    (Original post by RockyDennis)
    Intelligence is an irrelevant trait for humans. To live the best quality of life, being born with fantastic looks and money are the only things that matter.

    Intelligent people get to slave away lonely while inventing things so hot people can enjoy life even more.

    YES! YES! YES!
    You are assuming people cannot be hot and intelligent at the same time... Anyways not even gonna expand on this, please seek therapy. And I mean that in the nicest way possible. I think it would help you in regards with how you perceive yourself and how you perceive the world. Might change your priorities too.
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)

    Hypertopology is a term I created to describe topological structures with low phosphotronic capacity in relationship to their activation function.
    Apart from this being absolutely meaningless, fun fact: this seems to be the first time that the "word" "phosphotronic" has been used on the Internet.
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    Well, you're certainly not the most humble.
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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 read something that said 'if you think you're the smartest person in the room, then you're probably not'. It also makes you a knob.

    All that knowledge but I bet you'd struggle in my job which requires a lot of common sense and general life knowledge - stuff that school or university can't teach.

    Intelligence also isn't based purely on grades. I have met pretty stupid students/graduates and very wise people with no qualifications.
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    (Original post by SeckseeBoy)
    Sorry if this all way over your head
    You know what isn't over my head? The only person to use the word 'Hypertopology' who went to both Oxford and Cambridge was Marco De Soza. That word only appears to one person in all the scholarly articles published from all the people in the entire history of mankind when you cross-reference it with Oxford and Cambridge.

    But as a graduate of both Oxford and Cambridge, you knew that your dissertation and thesis would appear online, right? Along with every other student in every accredited university in the UK? And that library plus had those things? And that searching for those particular terms in scholarly articles requires all of two minutes to do?

    And you knew that, even if these weren't the subject of your thesis or your dissertation, that any scholarly article you wrote would be associated with that?

    So come now, Mr. De Soza. We know your specialty is in hyperspace topology, since that was the subject of the articles that Mr. De Soza wrote and the only person to write a scholarly article using the word 'hypertopology' who went to both Oxford and Cambridge.
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    Probably not.
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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 seriously doubt you got a degree from Oxford and Cambridge because, if you did, you would probably write properly by using grammar with some skill - even for a post on here. You would also be less conceited.

    My guess is that you failed a BTec and are unemployed.
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    (Original post by ThatOldGuy)
    You know what isn't over my head? The only person to use the word 'Hypertopology' who went to both Oxford and Cambridge was Marco De Soza. That word only appears to one person in all the scholarly articles published from all the people in the entire history of mankind when you cross-reference it with Oxford and Cambridge.

    But as a graduate of both Oxford and Cambridge, you knew that your dissertation and thesis would appear online, right? Along with every other student in every accredited university in the UK? And that library plus had those things? And that searching for those particular terms in scholarly articles requires all of two minutes to do?

    And you knew that, even if these weren't the subject of your thesis or your dissertation, that any scholarly article you wrote would be associated with that?

    So come now, Mr. De Soza. We know your specialty is in hyperspace topology, since that was the subject of the articles that Mr. De Soza wrote and the only person to write a scholarly article using the word 'hypertopology' who went to both Oxford and Cambridge.
    There's also the possibility that OP is pretending to be that person for whatever strange reason.
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    If you’re the smartest in the room, you’re in the wrong room. Also smart people don’t need to ask how smart they are.
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    Apart from this being absolutely meaningless, fun fact: this seems to be the first time that the "word" "phosphotronic" has been used on the Internet.
    Interesting...
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    Yes, you are OP, without a doubt.

    That is excluding myself of course. You cannot even comprehend the level of my thinking; you cannot understand the 10 dimensional (4 spacial and 9 temporal dimensions) chess that I am playing with all of you because you lot are only capable of playing 2 dimensional checkers.

    Any mistakes made here are because you cannot comprehend my level.
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    (Original post by shameful_burrito)
    There's also the possibility that OP is pretending to be that person for whatever strange reason.
    Whaaaaaat? Seckseeboy seems to have deleted himself!
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    The hubris on this forum frequently brings a chuckle, but this is an altogether different breed of ********.
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    (Original post by ecolier)
    If you were that smart, you wouldn't have had to ask.
    14a*s probably someone will come up and say they have 20a*s, I would'nt brag about that, some 16-year-olds get 10a*s from school, let alone Oxford of Cambridge
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    14a*s probably someone will come up and say they have 20a*s, I would'nt brag about that, some 16-year-olds get 10a*s from school, let alone Oxford of Cambridge
    Exactly - the OP has been deleted so I now have the dubious "honour" of being the thread starter. The original post has been quoted.
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    (Original post by ecolier)
    Exactly - the OP has been deleted so I now have the dubious "honour" of being the thread starter. The original post has been quoted.
    But I really wanted Mr. De Soza to share his mathematical genius with me.
 
 
 
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