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About me:
It does not matter how slowly you go as long as you do not stop. It always seems impossible until it's done. Always do your best. What you plant now, you will harvest later.
Long-distance running, predictive analytics, artificial intelligence, the nature of addiction and flying by the seat of my pants.
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Member for: 12.41 years
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Location:Saskatchewan, Canada
Last Activity:07-16-2019
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Drayk writes at 9:25:26pm on 7/14/19
Thanks for the compliment, haha, nice severe rekkage at all things FFR and most things life! ^_^ :D. (Also Matthia LMAO at those key smudge-aways ahaha)
Matthia writes at 3:32:18pm on 7/13/19
ye I play with keyboard on chromebook

You can see that I used TYOP so much the letters got smudged away xdd Except the o is still alive
Andrew WCY writes at 4:22:19am on 7/12/19
To add to my point on the 'Butterfly effect', it implies that we can never make an exact replicate of anything.
Typo correction: '... political partisanship deters the unification of a nation and is the main driving cause behind maintaining the fragmentation _of_ a community...'
Andrew WCY writes at 4:17:47am on 7/12/19
...a threshold in the homogeneity of a population of oscillators. One aspect worth mentioning is the 'Butterfly effect': No matter how hard you try to replicate the state of a system, a minuscle change in the initial conditions of the system can be amplified into large difference during the system's later stages.
Clintonomics: How Bill Clinton Reengineered the Reagan Revolution (Jack Godwin) - I'm in the middle of reading it, but there's a lot of well-written information that takes quite a while to digest. A point I agree with in the book is that political partisanship deters the unification of a nation and is the main driving cause behind maintaining the fragmentation a community; it also bogs down the progress of society and impedes growth, which hinders the nation's ability to make resolutions to its problems.
Andrew WCY writes at 4:17:34am on 7/12/19
Having only experienced 17 years of life and not ventured into the depths of adulthood yet, it's hard for me to single out a book that has a significant influence to my life. It's also been a long time since I've read some of these books, so my memory of their content is a bit fuzzy. I do have a few good books in mind though, so I'll compile a short list of reads here that have changed my way of thinking instead:
The Tipping Point (Malcolm Gladwell) - Differing groups of people take on different roles during the dissemination and propagation of information. The information's content and the context in which it's spread also contributes to its capacity for retention and capability to be dispersed amongst a society.
Sync: The Emerging Science of Spontaneous Order (Steven Strogatz) - Chaos can be transformed into an amicable synchronization, like how hundreds of fireflies manage to light up in unison at night. Synchronization is only made possible above...
ULTIMEGA writes at 12:21:38am on 7/12/19
Thanks, man! I've been on a roll lately!
Sanjixcon writes at 10:33:32pm on 7/11/19
yo nasty eclipse score :o ur getting closer to d7 ;)
Ultimate Mike7 writes at 1:45:38am on 7/5/19
18 Bil GT get!
Andrew WCY writes at 11:28:01pm on 7/4/19
thank you :)
Ultimate Mike7 writes at 1:47:48am on 7/3/19
Thanks :D! Kind remarks and compliments is what keeps me going~
Sick 12g on Schmollbluk! Still rooting for ya for D7.