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Orientation Reunion, Freshthings, and other news

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Hi everyone, Last day before uni goes back, I guess the time has seemed to have flown, but really it just passed by occasionally knocking me off my feet, although more seldom than the random acts of dancing which emotivity throws at me. The lines between the past, present and future seem gauche, and almost reveal in impressionist values as synaesthesia meets phantasmorgia in my minds eye, propelling me deeper in questions. So much to accomplish in this year, as I quiet sat reading about General Monash, I reflected on commonalities and disrepencies between my life’s choices and the choices of the real and fictious characters in the stories I […]

Holiday Paradox, Yumcha,Icicles and raspberries

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Hi everyone, With the Festive Season and New Year’s Celebrations now over, I have the time to pragmatically approach respite but that desire becomes enmancipated from focus, when I realise that given this was the Christmas we had when weren’t having Christmas, leaves me to marvel at unison between the best laid plans of mice and men being

Vanishing Sizzler, Demonic Creations

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Hey everyone, I just discovered that the Queen St Mall Sizzler doesn’t exist. And that is such a shame. I remember when the Queen St Mall used to have a rollercoster at the top of it and used to have a LEGO playground. Such fund childhood memories. As you probably know the words succubus and incubbus are names of demons that sleep with their victims and torment them. These words come from the Latin root cubare (“To lie”), and the prefixes in and sub, which mean on top and below respectively. Getting bored with just these demons, I began elaborating on less gender specific demons below using other Latin prefixes. […]

Cholesky and the Paladin Matrix, CTF and other notes

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Hey everyone. This has been a long time coming, but here it is, it will probably be disappointing as I don’t really feel like talking but meh. Lol I rambled on a whole bunch of interesting , funny and random stuff as usual. 🙂 [Audio clip: view full post to listen] Enjoy

Iteration and recursion, if at first you don’t succeed, if at first….

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Hey, Got my results back earlier than expected. Got deja vu as well, degree is going to be delayed by at least year. Got lost in the darkness of suburbian, well not lost, just took the largest figure of eight of my life to date, but that kind of makes sense considering the circumstances. I would say I don’t know anymore, but that would imply that I knew anymore to begin with …., and that would be more than a misnomer. Why my past haunts me like an apparition I don’t know. All the movies I see, I can’t recall whether I have seen them before in past or in […]

Dainty precocity, rinse and repeat and elaborate grandiose glass shards

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Greetings people, The time of disentanglement is upon us. Finally free from the multiple integrands that ranged between t =0 and t = lots, I have the hourglass worth of time to quickly jot down some notes as to how life is , has been and will be. Assessment is all over now, it should go well. Subjects are already choosen for next semester. Thousand Parsec wxPython client manual update finally got acheived today (after several delays and some disturbances). Ivanhoe has his memory back (the hdd was replaced) but his hands are paralysed (usb devices don’t received an address and hence aren’t automounted). Ulrica (laptop) is world upto date […]

Alive but bombarded with reality….

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Hey everyone, Apologies for the delay, things have been busy. I really need to get Ivanhoe fixed and Audacity recording or mencoder recording a live video stream with sound. I walked 8 kms for Breast Cancer on Mothers Day, and an extra four km to get to and from the event. I also walked about 5kms on Saturday, so I am just walking along nicely. I am really interested in the dispersion of food colouring in melting ice in a vacuum and the calculus (6D+ hypervolume integrals), partial differential equations and other mathematics which could model them. I really need to get in touch with everyone, so if you want […]

What is wrong with sighing ? *sigh*

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Hey everyone, In an attempt at another short blog post, why does everyone ask what is wrong if I sigh either online or offline and when I answer a response less than great to a “How are you ?” question ? Why is something wrong ? Why are we used to something being wrong? and what makes you think that people are going to tell what is wrong especially if it doesn’t concern you ? Can people sigh in peace ? All these trained reactions and stereotypes make us more and more like NPCs in an MMORPG. That would be fun a Real Life MMORPG, I would so want to […]

Gamma Gamma radiation , zap, crackle, psing

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Hey, This goes out all the Maths people I know. It also intends to be one of my shorter posts. Gamma Song MathmaticalPi Flax, Burlap, Flannel And quoting Ivanhoe (because I love Burbank Films Australia animated feature film which I have and watched on VHS) “Second to NONE,” said the Pilgrim, who had stood near enough to hear, and had listened to this conversation with marked impatience. All turned toward the spot from whence this unexpected asseveration was heard. “I say,” repeated the Pilgrim in a firm and strong voice, “that the English chivalry were second to NONE who ever drew sword in defence of the Holy Land. I say […]