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  1. It's kind of cool running 16x aniso, 8x multi sampling, full bloom + shadows + real time reflection in 16:10 @ 80 fps . . . . now if only I knew how to fold proteins :/

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      Xittenn

      I'm also working on a Double Major in Math and Comp-Sci, not to be repeating that all over the place . . .

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  2. It's kind of cool running 16x aniso, 8x multi sampling, full bloom + shadows + real time reflection in 16:10 @ 80 fps . . . . now if only I knew how to fold proteins :/

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      Xittenn

      Yes, I am working on a Scientific Computing Engine where users can develop models in a 3D working environment . . . I also have a game design diploma and have created sample games. My title project was a concept called Roz: New Mexico.

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  3. It's kind of cool running 16x aniso, 8x multi sampling, full bloom + shadows + real time reflection in 16:10 @ 80 fps . . . . now if only I knew how to fold proteins :/

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      Xittenn

      And I'll drink my sprite :D

       

      It's an HD7970

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  4. It's kind of cool running 16x aniso, 8x multi sampling, full bloom + shadows + real time reflection in 16:10 @ 80 fps . . . . now if only I knew how to fold proteins :/

  5. It's kind of cool running 16x aniso, 8x multi sampling, full bloom + shadows + real time reflection in 16:10 @ 80 fps . . . . now if only I knew how to fold proteins :/

  6. It's an amazing world to look at with the right prescription! Everything is all three dimensional like . . .

  7. I was told to stop trying to predict the future today. I responded "I do not try to predict the future, I assign probabilities to an n dimmensional array of pathways . . . "

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      Xittenn

      either impersonable or imposing on others. It's complicated!

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  8. I was told to stop trying to predict the future today. I responded "I do not try to predict the future, I assign probabilities to an n dimmensional array of pathways . . . "

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      Xittenn

      Seeing a certain someones post I feel really bad for being open about my feelings online. I am the same way with people here as I am in real life. When I do express my faults outwardly people seem to feel more comfortable about talking about themselves with me. This usually leads to some pretty interesting conversations. This might not be such a great idea here . . . but then I feel like I have to close myself off. I really wish I could find a good mix where I don't feel ...

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  9. I was told to stop trying to predict the future today. I responded "I do not try to predict the future, I assign probabilities to an n dimmensional array of pathways . . . "

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      Xittenn

      Yes, but the psychologist fears that I'm trying too hard to consolidate my plans as fact and that this is ending with me emotionally harming myself. Too much of an attempt towards this end can often become mental illness.

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  10. Whoever has been involved in correcting my "-1" in the Monty Hall topic - thank you.

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      Xittenn

      Then yes, yes I did! >:|

       

      For purely academic reasons though. I think the statement is incredibly weak and the post is begging for a flame war that I rather step out of. I would probably be the only one flaming, and am generally the least understood poster in such circumstances. I will post my final thoughts but I don't have time to pursue this, I'm cramming!

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  11. Whoever has been involved in correcting my "-1" in the Monty Hall topic - thank you.

  12. Whoever has been involved in correcting my "-1" in the Monty Hall topic - thank you.

  13. So what should I get for an intro to geometry?

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      Xittenn

      I'll definitely give this a boo, thanks John!

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  14. So what should I get for an intro to geometry?

  15. So what should I get for an intro to geometry?

  16. So what should I get for an intro to geometry?

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      Xittenn

      Or "Spacetime and Geometry" - Sean Carroll?? I think this would be cool 'cause I read and posted on the dudes blog? tee hee

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  17. So what should I get for an intro to geometry?

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      Xittenn

      While I'm at it "Gravity: An Introduction to Einstein's General Relativity" - James B. Hartle??

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  18. So what should I get for an intro to geometry?

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      Xittenn

      Basic Algebraic Geometry 1: Varieties in Projective Space - Igor R. Shafarevich?

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  19. Transferring to double major math and comp sci at another school. . . . they offer a graduate in math with focus on scientific computing. Fits well with my historical endeavours, I guess I can be a team player and work on problems from an analyst position.

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      Xittenn

      You'll get there, be patient with it, math is something you take your time with to get to know. Some people absorb it instantly but at the same time I think that these people tend to miss a lot of subtleties. Time spent is what will take you to where you are a master of the subject. I've had a lot of time to learn maths and I am so excited to go over much of it again because I will learn so much more the second and third and fourth time through.

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  20. Transferring to double major math and comp sci at another school. . . . they offer a graduate in math with focus on scientific computing. Fits well with my historical endeavours, I guess I can be a team player and work on problems from an analyst position.

  21. Transferring to double major math and comp sci at another school. . . . they offer a graduate in math with focus on scientific computing. Fits well with my historical endeavours, I guess I can be a team player and work on problems from an analyst position.

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      Xittenn

      Just schools, I live close enough to both. My major was biochemistry, I'm having a problem with chem and physics labs, and there is so much new language for bio to learn and it's so completely irrelevant to me. I'll do biochem electives and study quantum mechanics in my own time.

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  22. It's spring break!!! I'm happy to report that I have a 4.0 gpa so far (knock on wood). Sorry, I haven't posted much lately, I've been busy with my course work, but I plan on being active in the forum this comming week.

  23. It's spring break!!! I'm happy to report that I have a 4.0 gpa so far (knock on wood). Sorry, I haven't posted much lately, I've been busy with my course work, but I plan on being active in the forum this comming week.

  24. I have a couple of students on board for a new campaign . . . it's called cure my stupidity 2015. We are pre-planning the campaign in hopes of being able to perform up to generalized global campaign standards. The goal, to abolish my stupidity once and for all!

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      Xittenn

      Ha. . . I hadn't seen you there Zapatos. We can work together \o/

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