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    Maths still doesn't have fire. :awesome:
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    ...immense...?
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    Let's get this sorted out: Chemistry is applied physics, and physics is applied maths, so chemistry is essentially very applied maths.
    I never was against maths, I just prefer fire :p:

    All this being said...im not acutally going on to do a chemistry degree
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    :mmm:
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    Ghosh's theorem: Maths is better than Chemistry.

    Proof: Let's prove this by contradiction. Suppose Chemistry is better than Maths; but I prefer Maths - also we can use the so-called Ghosh Property, which states that I am always correct/awesome - hence preferring Maths is both correct and awesome, but then we have a contradiction! Q.E.D.
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    Oh Ghosh :facepalm2:
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    (Original post by Champagne Supernova)
    Maths still doesn't have fire. :awesome:
    This is true, but Chemistry doesn't have pretty pictures.
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    The first two represent the solutions to integer polynomials of degree 24 or less in the complex plane, the second two are fractal images.
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    :sexface: I preferred Maths to Chem anyway....
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    Ghosh, I hate maths.
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    (Original post by natty_d)
    Give it a few days :p:
    I know, I know.. i'm just keen
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    (Original post by GHOSH-5)
    This is true, but Chemistry doesn't have pretty pictures.
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    The first two represent the solutions to integer polynomials of degree 24 or less in the complex plane, the second two are fractal images.


    Biology has the prettiest of them all -- themicroscopic world is amazing
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    diatoms
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    :zomg: That's pretty.
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    Wow.


    Geek world much tonight :p:
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    Being geek is fun I say

    What amazes me is, you can happily look under a microscope at a slide that looks bare and see this entire new world....then change the illumination etc. and see something different again, fabulous!

    I'll shut up now....
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    Crystals of sulphur anyone?
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    (Original post by bob9001)
    Wow.


    Geek world much tonight :p:

    This.
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    Morning all, how be?

    Funny of the day
    PAHA at oxford university, withdrew my application over a week ago due to very short notice they were preparing to give me re. interviews.....theyve had my application since 9th october, I just couldn't organise to get there and sort everything at home on a weeks notice..(seeing as Im living on my own atm)...anyways letter comes today with a stamp 4th Dec...right, look at the other stamp 'oxford university' open it...it was them asking me for an interview...I mean ffs, I've been withdrawn a week....couldn't organise their way out of a paper bag! :awesome:
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    lul! oh dear :/

    is there absolutely no way you could get up there by yourself?
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    they havent even told me when to be there or anything, not impressed at all
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    (Original post by raceforthefishman)
    Morning all, how be?

    Funny of the day
    PAHA at oxford university, withdrew my application over a week ago due to very short notice they were preparing to give me re. interviews.....theyve had my application since 9th october, I just couldn't organise to get there and sort everything at home on a weeks notice..(seeing as Im living on my own atm)...anyways letter comes today with a stamp 4th Dec...right, look at the other stamp 'oxford university' open it...it was them asking me for an interview...I mean ffs, I've been withdrawn a week....couldn't organise their way out of a paper bag! :awesome:

    It's a shame tbh cos you so would've got in imo!
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    (Original post by raceforthefishman)
    Morning all, how be?

    Funny of the day
    PAHA at oxford university, withdrew my application over a week ago due to very short notice they were preparing to give me re. interviews.....theyve had my application since 9th october, I just couldn't organise to get there and sort everything at home on a weeks notice..(seeing as Im living on my own atm)...anyways letter comes today with a stamp 4th Dec...right, look at the other stamp 'oxford university' open it...it was them asking me for an interview...I mean ffs, I've been withdrawn a week....couldn't organise their way out of a paper bag! :awesome:
    It's a sign. :moon:
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    Speaking of geek world, at my interview today in the JCR of the college, 2 Comp Sci applicants were having a discussion about algorithms and how they'd hooked their PS3 up to process with its multiple processors.
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