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A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
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A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
Who knew Dunno
Watch and be blown away... (if you're a nob noob like me)



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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
Me no math.
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
Wonder if that can be applied to Forex...
Quote:I don't understand why you'd come to a discussion forum, and then proceed to reap from visibility any voice that disagrees with you. If you're going to do that, why not just sit in front of a mirror and pat yourself on the back continuously?
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
(February 3, 2020 at 8:29 pm)Mr Greene Wrote: Wonder if that can be applied to Forex...

I'd pay to see that.

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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
Sorry. "Be blown away" did not mean sexual innuendo in this instance! lol.
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
Fractals are so 80s and make me so nostalgic for those simpler times, when we had Michael Jackson on on our brick-sized walkmans, and watched spacey TV documentaries of people running fractal generators on their C64, phantasizing about how weird Chaos theory was. Those were the days.
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
(February 4, 2020 at 1:57 am)Alex K Wrote: Fractals are so 80s and make me so nostalgic for those simpler times, when we had Michael Jackson on on our brick-sized walkmans, and watched spacey TV documentaries of people running fractal generators on their C64, phantasizing about how weird Chaos theory was. Those were the days.

You had a C64? Me too. I still have it along with the tapes I saved my code. Doubt they work. It was a 10 year old spagetti code anyway.
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
(February 4, 2020 at 9:00 am)LastPoet Wrote:
(February 4, 2020 at 1:57 am)Alex K Wrote: Fractals are so 80s and make me so nostalgic for those simpler times, when we had Michael Jackson on on our brick-sized walkmans, and watched spacey TV documentaries of people running fractal generators on their C64, phantasizing about how weird Chaos theory was. Those were the days.

You had a C64? Me too. I still have it along with the tapes I saved my code. Doubt they work. It was a 10 year old spagetti code anyway.

At the risk of turning this into a C64 owners club; so do I...
Quote:I don't understand why you'd come to a discussion forum, and then proceed to reap from visibility any voice that disagrees with you. If you're going to do that, why not just sit in front of a mirror and pat yourself on the back continuously?
-Esquilax

Evolution - Adapt or be eaten.
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RE: A universal constant? 4.669. Wow!
(February 4, 2020 at 9:07 am)Mr Greene Wrote:
(February 4, 2020 at 9:00 am)LastPoet Wrote: You had a C64? Me too. I still have it along with the tapes I saved my code. Doubt they work. It was a 10 year old spagetti code anyway.

At the risk of turning this into a C64 owners club; so do I...

My nephew was moaning about those 5 aeconds it takes to load a big game on his tablet....:grumpy:
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