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April 13th, 2018, 08:00 AM   #291
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nice proof

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Proof is that you keep on going after the moderator told you to knock it off
affirmative
əˈfəːmətɪv/
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adjective: affirmative
1.
agreeing with or consenting to a statement or request.
"an affirmative answer"

leader
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noun: leader; plural noun: leaders
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the person who leads or commands a group, organization, or country.
"the leader of a protest group"


that is the very definition of a statement confirming the request to cease and you seem to have trouble with comprehension in general and clearly have a pretty liberal definition for the word proof, so that is why I added the definitions for you.

And when have I been asked these algebra questions?
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April 13th, 2018, 08:08 AM   #292
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And when have I been asked these algebra questions?
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April 13th, 2018, 08:35 AM   #293
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ok now that I have seen these questions I guess you can only confirm the folding of tents and the market value of said tent when I submit answers for them, until then it's only you that's cheap by implying I have already been thrown out of contention for what I am seeking for the next 12 months
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ok now that I have seen these questions I guess you can only confirm the folding of tents and the market value of said tent when I submit answers for them, until then it's only you that's cheap by implying I have already been thrown out of contention for what I am seeking for the next 12 months
You're confirming my diagnosis.
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April 13th, 2018, 09:28 AM   #295
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that is what all pros say

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You're confirming my diagnosis.
Well I guess I will have to be locked up for good for the safety of the public because if we can rely on one thing in this crazy world, it's that a forum random that uses medical terminology like diagnosis must be a qualified individual and not someone that needs attention desperately.

Sarcasm doesn't get conveyed through text, so I would like to point out that it needs to be inserted into the interpretation of this message.
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April 13th, 2018, 10:16 AM   #296
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Now now boys...
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Guys, I've just had a hit... cocaine. I'm feeling awesome. What's happening? Where did all the maths go?

Anyway, enough with the jokes. Whether any of you does drugs or not, I don't judge. I just wouldn't want any of you to achieve any huge success in whatever you are doing while on drugs because you would think that it's the drugs that might have contributed and that's when I know someone has lost their mind.

Well, for me, I have ever had history with drugs too. I earlier confessed it in some other topic, someone suspected that I was doing drugs. I made an assertion that it could be that light actually doesn't travel at a constant speed but actually accelerates. Well, that's something I will have to study about sometime later on to get a clearer understanding.

Anyway, I was a teenager and despite being brilliant I had just done an important exam and I knew I would fail. I had many psychological issues and running to drugs was the most natural thing to do. By drugs I mean a little bit of alcohol and lots of weed. Luckily I made it to college and still, I met more challenges, which meant more periods of drug use and quitting. Despite all this, one thing I don't regret is doing drugs for that short time while I was a teenager. I know how much the depression and hopelessness would have led to suicide.

Still, even after graduating from campus and having not really benefited from the whole experience, (I was actually supposed to quit campus but I come from a developing country which at that time seemed like a very risky thing to do) since the beginning of this year I've had times when I've relapsed. I come from a family where there are no mathematicians or scientists, so when they discovered this is what I had put my mind to, I didn't get any support for it. Not just family but society in general. So already I feel like an outcast. Anyway, these things have happened to many other mathematicians in the past. What keeps me going on is the love for what I do even though at times I get very anxious or depressed and I hold on to what I have instead of sharing it. Anyway, I think I could easily permanently quit drugs if I learn to face and solve my personal problems instead of procrastinating or avoiding them.
So, I am almost through with the proofs and will share as soon as I am done.
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Don't feel bad, author of Revelations was surely on magic mushrooms:

12 Then I turned to see whose voice it was that spoke to me, and on turning I saw seven golden lampstands, 13 and in the midst of the lampstands I saw one like the Son of Man, clothed with a long robe and with a golden sash across his chest. 14 His head and his hair were white as white wool, white as snow; his eyes were like a flame of fire, 15 his feet were like burnished bronze, refined as in a furnace, and his voice was like the sound of many waters. 16 In his right hand he held seven stars, and from his mouth came a sharp, two-edged sword, and his face was like the sun shining with full force. 17 When I saw him, I fell at his feet as though dead. But he placed his right hand on me, saying, ‘Do not be afraid; I am the first and the last, 18 and the living one. I was dead, and see, I am alive for ever and ever; and I have the keys of Death and of Hades.

My theory on "white manna from heaven":
magic mushrooms were dried up in fields, yellowish in color
thus difficult to discern. Simple rain came down, turning
them whitish...get my drift?
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Dennis, I don't know how you have brought up the issue, either you are very intuitive or you must have been following me on facebook.

I recently got tempted to study that book and discern whether it truly prophesies about the future. It turns out it either does or doesn't depending on ones interpretation. All that is subject to debate. Well, as for me, fortunately or unfortunately, and as an agnostic, I see a great deal of ancient wisdom in ancient scriptures. Anyway it was and still will be part of an attempt to solve the biggest problem facing the world today; wrong discipleship. Discipleship here doesn't refer to just religion.

I think you can contribute a lot to the topic too. haha.

Ps- Moses was quite an observant guy who noticed how tides affected a certain shallow part of the red sea. I guess by then he had had a taste of manna before later on introducing it to the masses, or still, the burning bush could have easily been marijuana and its hypnosis at best.
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April 16th, 2018, 10:49 PM   #300
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the burning bush could have easily been marijuana
Reminds me of something we kids used to chant in the 60's: "The Pope smokes dope!"
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