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“Legumes of the World Unite ”

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Jun 18, 2013
 
JOEL wrote:
Israelis are thieves who steal the ideas of gentiles and then pass them off as their own or in many cases they're gifted scientific/tech ideas on the quiet by people with vested interests. There's enough proof on this subject. LOL.
Speaking of "proof", wasnt the world supposed to end by now?
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Jun 18, 2013
 
independent research skills can flower only when the student has a verfy strong base in the subject. Otherwise we'll get idiots like Frijoles who have a doc in "science" without knowing how to calculate number of moles or without knowing how to deduce the oxidation state of an atom of an element. As for the accompanying math skills needed to support research in science, well, Frijoles wouldn't pass a high school exam in math/physics/chem back in India. shameful. My pals laugh when I show them his posts where he fumbles with the most elementary math/scientific concepts. They really have a good laugh at his expense and call him a sham and a brain-empty American fool. All this is very true. LOL.
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#55154
Jun 18, 2013
 
Supramental descent is not the end of the world, retard. LOl.
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#55155
Jun 18, 2013
 
Yawn.

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Frijoles did "really well" in calculus in college? LOL. He has zero aptitude for math and science. It's really shameful he was awarded a doctorate when it's evident heLOL.
Imagine the singularity of insecurity that must exist to feel the need to constantly proclaim your wisdom to complete strangers.

It is an insecurity so massive that not even sanity can escape its gravity.

And, to stay consistent with current thinking, it must inversely proportionate to the mass of the genitalia.

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Imagine the singularity of insecurity that must exist to feel the need to constantly proclaim your wisdom to complete strangers.
It is an insecurity so massive that not even sanity can escape its gravity.

And, to stay consistent with current thinking, it must inversely proportionate to the mass of the genitalia.
I would love to try to calculate the slope of that function, but I have to admit my substandard education never prepared me to use imaginary numbers into that type of mathematical problem.
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Well, I did really well on the mock test - the questions were real tough, really difficult. I got the solved paper corrected by an ex-scientist from the BARC itself and he assured me that even with minimal preparation I was ap;proaching top form and that when the time came for the actual test, I was sure to crack it and would rank in the first 10 ranks or so. Well, I am not getting carried away by the early praise and am keeping my cool and preparing even harder for the entrance exam and personal interview to follow. But, admittedly, the preparation is going really well and it's evident that I owe this to my very strong foundation in math and science that was laid in school days at Cathedral and later at the IIT under the 5 year integrated program leading to a master's degree in a physical science that's high on math. I have a few novel research ideas that I would wish to puruse at the esteemed BARC after selection and have most of the main details worked out......Till then I am in preparation mode making my foundation in math and in the relevant scientific discipline even stronger knowing that only those with a superlative grasp of the basic scientific concepts and extremely strong math skills can truly be top-notch researchers.

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I would love to try to calculate the slope of that function, but I have to admit my substandard education never prepared me to use imaginary numbers into that type of mathematical problem.
Like many of nature's wonders -- perhaps it's better left unexamined. Simply be in awe of its enormity.
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Jun 18, 2013
 
(smiles smiles smiles).
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#55161
Jun 18, 2013
 
ha ha ha ha ha ha ha, dunces. LOL. Back to study. Just for a short time.
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Jun 18, 2013
 
if you search for god in your heart and mind. he will give you direction as to how to live your life.

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JOEL wrote:
......Till then I am in preparation mode making my foundation in math and in the relevant scientific discipline even stronger knowing that only those with a superlative grasp of the basic scientific concepts and extremely strong math skills can truly be top-notch researchers.
More likely you will be shunned as the freakoid you are, but I admit, it is a better use of your time than your former career predicting doom and gloom in a religious cult.

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badbob wrote:
if you search for god in your heart and mind. he will give you direction as to how to live your life.
Which is why we are glad that you rather than us live in Kentucky.

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Yes, India, suppliers of innovation - on the leading edge of tech!

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http://www.csmonitor.com/World/Asia-South-Cen...

India to send world's last telegram. Stop.
Once a staple of authoritative communication across the Indian subcontinent, the telegram has lost too much ground to smartphones.
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#55167
Jun 18, 2013
 
Ya Ma.

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#55168
Jun 18, 2013
 
Hey Sister Hugh,

Where the fu-ck are you?

Strapping on your bra or preaching biblical shit about the exploits of your lord god of abraham to cruffs in Jam?

Cruff, you've failed to correctly answer a single elementary question posed to you.

(grins)

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Simpson's 1/3 rule:


Integral (b,a) ydx = h/3[(yo + yn)+ 4(y1 + y3 + y5 +........+yn-1)+ 2(y2 + y4 + y6+.........yn-2)]

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NOTES ALONG THE WAY:

1) LIFE is a specific frequency of vibration of the consciousness-energy field acting in matter.

2) DEATH is a property of energy-matter that under normal circumstances arises due to wear and tear, decomposition and diseases. Relative immunity to these adverse conditions would depend on genetic capacity and lifestyle. The total breakdown of the body (death) results in organ failure and the subsequent escape of the embodied consciousness-energy content into the universal force fields. The moot question is this - like everything in nature, does the disembodied consciousness-energy get recycled? How logical is this question?
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Frijoles wrote:
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I would love to try to calculate the slope of that function, but I have to admit my substandard education never prepared me to use imaginary numbers into that type of mathematical problem.
rabbee: just dial j, for the j-operators rotary club help.

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I'm starting to wonder if Joel is just a really bored call center employee with an overactive imagination.
Sometimes I wonder if he is a woman.

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