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 Post subject: Re: Obscure facts ya know! Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 9:30 pm

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 Octopi is not the plural of octopus. Octopus is Greek and octopi is Latin. Octopuses is the the proper plural form of octopus.
 Post subject: Re: Obscure facts ya know! Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 9:13 pm

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 Semen can induce an allergic reaction.
 Post subject: Re: Obscure facts ya know! Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 9:11 pm

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 Two obscure facts:# is called an octotroph. n# is the product of all the primes up to n (including n if n is prime).Example:10#=2x3x5x7=210
 Post subject: Re: Obscure facts ya know! Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 9:09 pm

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 If you ingested about 1.5 grams of caffeine within a ten minute window, you'd die. That is roughly 75 cups of coffee.
 Post subject: Re: Obscure facts ya know! Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 9:03 pm

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 A group of twelve or more cows is called a flink.
 Post subject: Re: Favourite areas in mathematics Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 2:19 pm

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 3: Competition Maths What is Competition Maths? I am talking about mathematical olympiads in particular such as the International Mathematical Olympiad. In mathematical olympiads students (usually 18 or younger) attempt to solve very difficult precalculus problems. These problems cannot be solved u...
 Post subject: Re: Favourite areas in mathematics Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 12:41 pm

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 I am not a mathematician, so I don't have a good overview over all fields of mathematics. But I find complex analysis and the differential forms approach to multivariable calculus particulary beautiful. There is an excellent lecture course by Theodore Shifrin covering multivariable calculus and dif...
 Post subject: Re: Favourite areas in mathematics Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 12:34 pm

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 These are my top 5 favourite subjects in maths 5: Precalculus 3 years ago I had lots of fun self-teaching myself precalculus. Whenever I see my old pre-calculus notes I feel nostalgic. I don't really enjoy doing the problems, I enjoyed the experience which makes it number 5. 4: Calculus 3: Competiti...
 Post subject: Re: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Posted: 05 Dec 2015, 8:33 am

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 I do. At school I can't stop "peeling off" my eraser with my fingers. I also rub off my hair (on the head) root with my nails when I'm stressed. Do you feel an uncontrollable impulse to peel your eraser or rub off your hair? That could just be you stimming. Are you diagnosed with OCD? I t...
 Post subject: Re: Obsessive Compulsive Disorder Posted: 04 Dec 2015, 10:05 pm

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 I was diagnosed with OCD. I believe I still suffer from OCD, but I am certainly in regression. I think I've had OCD since I was 6 years old. I can remember myself thinking that if I don't do something a certain way then something good won't happen. Like, if I don't run up the stairs without breathin...
 Posted: 02 Dec 2015, 9:14 pm

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 Tie a rubber band around your wrist. Whenever you feel pissed off during a conversation, pull the rubber band back so that it hits your wrist.
 Post subject: Re: Python programming help Posted: 02 Dec 2015, 6:44 pm

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 That most certainly is because you are compiling Python 3 code with Python 2. The right way to compile it is python3 program.py. If you want to compile it with Python 2, you should do the following: person = raw_input ('Enter your name: ') print 'I hate the name', person This fixed it, thank you.
 Post subject: Python programming help Posted: 01 Dec 2015, 6:32 pm

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 I have decided to learn how to program this week. Currently I am enjoying it. I have made a extremely basic program using what I learned about inputs and outputs, it is a bit crude. person = input ('Enter your name: ') print ('I hate the name', person) I saved it as program.py and in the terminal I ...
 Post subject: Re: why is being nice considered weird/creepy? Posted: 01 Dec 2015, 5:52 pm

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 I don't know, but apparently nice guys finish last.
 Post subject: Re: Is masturbation a sin in Judaism? Posted: 30 Nov 2015, 9:30 pm

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 Omerik wrote:Generally it's considered wrong by religious people.Why? Masturbation is a healthy exercise, provided you change the way you masturbate sometimes. Masturbating the same way each time could make you unresponsive to different sexual stimulation.

Forum: Love and Dating   Topic: Do you find NT girls confusing

 Post subject: Re: Do you find NT girls confusing Posted: 30 Nov 2015, 8:57 pm

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 Yes. I often don't talk to neurotypical girls for long periods of time, but I observe from afar and I am simply puzzled by their complicated body language and facial expressions.
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