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    Ape Gone Insane [No one's going to vote for me ]
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    Me, I take AH Maths!
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    APE! You wasted your one chance of a poll...on THIS! NOOOOOO
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Somebody has a fear of spiders :awesome: and I don't understand where you are getting the keep from: this being the first time.
    You're right, I do. Not many things scare me, but spiders are just an abomination. It's not remotely rational, but it's very strong!

    Actually, it's the second. You posted a picture before, I remember - maybe the one of the spider on the ceiling, surrounded by loads of web and about another 50 baby spiders.

    It's alright anyways...you're already on my ignore list.
    I'm hurt. Truly I am. :awesome:
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    Look if you dare
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    Spiderman :awesome:.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    I was hurt when I found out. :mad:
    Ah, whatever. I put you on it because there was a couple pages where you were playing childish mind games and I cba. But I took you off it because you were making good posts. :yep:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    Ah, whatever. I put you on it because there was a couple pages where you were playing childish mind games and I cba. But I took you off it because you were making good posts. :yep:
    I've never met anyone that has broken me by mind games. :awesome:
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    (Original post by TheUnbeliever)
    I did. Can't imagine anyone cares awfully, though.
    College are really anal about them. They even have a class for them...luckily I'm exempt from it because all my highers would bring all the level 4s/5s up to 6. They've even gone as far as making the personal study an oral response for our "Oral Communication" core skill. ::rolleyes:
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Finally, installed a British dictionary for my Firefox browser.

    Before, it made me say CALIBER (showed "Calibre" as wrong) ... but now I can say CALIBRE!
    Wheeeeeeeeeeeeeeeey
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    P=NP is interesting from a theoretical point of view, but the definition of 'quickly' is technical and slightly misleading (polynomial time with a very large exponent can be much slower, for problems of practical size, than exponential time with a very small base - never mind the whole 'invisible constant').
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Anybody interested in winning $1 million dollars by solving mathematical equations?
    No, not really.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Is it likely to be solved within the foreseeable future? Or does it not just compute in reality? :p:



    Math/Computer science hater! :p:
    Yeah that's why I've done both subjects voluntarily.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    I'm pretty sure your profile, before, said AH English, AH Music, AH Biology and Higher something.

    :ninja:

    Well, to each his own. :awesome:
    :eek: stalker!

    Hence the word 'done'.
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    (Original post by Ape Gone Insane)
    Is it likely to be solved within the foreseeable future? Or does it not just compute in reality? :p:
    Honest answer is that I don't know. There are ways of solving it by working on related problems which are much more useful directly (for example, finding a 'fast' way of solving the Travelling Salesman Problem would imply P = NP), which I think is likely to be the way that it ends up being solved.

    I can't imagine there are many people working directly on it (although they may be working in the area, as I say) because it's seen as being very difficult to solve. On the other hand, the Poincaré conjecture was solved by Perelman pretty much out of the blue. Perhaps there's another Perelman or Wiles working on it in secret.
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    someone help me write a poem...

    Damn you AH English! :rant:
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    (Original post by iaincarinish)
    someone help me write a poem...

    Damn you AH English! :rant:
    A poem from my SIGNED Duffy poem collection book:

    A one a two a one two three four -
    boogie woogie chou chou cha cha chatta
    noogie. Woogie wop a loo bop a wop
    bim bam. Da doo ron a doo ron oo wop a
    sha na? Na na hey hey doo wah did.
    Um, didy ay didy shala lala lala lala,
    boogie woogie choo choo cha cha bop.
    (a woogie wop a loo bam) yeah yeah yeah
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    (Original post by Kirsteneg)
    A poem from my SIGNED Duffy poem collection book:

    A one a two a one two three four -
    boogie woogie chou chou cha cha chatta
    noogie. Woogie wop a loo bop a wop
    bim bam. Da doo ron a doo ron oo wop a
    sha na? Na na hey hey doo wah did.
    Um, didy ay didy shala lala lala lala,
    boogie woogie choo choo cha cha bop.
    (a woogie wop a loo bam) yeah yeah yeah
    Not helpful!:p:

    I think i'm gonna write something about the Paris metro (i was there this summer) and it's diversity or something...
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    I wonder what it's like to pass your first NAB...

    :daydreaming:
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    (Original post by LuhLah)
    I wonder what it's like to pass your first NAB...

    :daydreaming:

    Quite uneventful m'fraid.
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    omg we're no longer one of the most popular threads
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    Rosie, Meteorshower and Ronar were some of the most frequent posters, and are all posting much less (or not at all, in Ronar's case) as a consequence of having left for university.
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    it's sad everything is changing! :p:
 
 
 
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