Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

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Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Legu » Fri May 02, 2014 5:18 pm

Anyone knows whether the conjecture m(p) is actually proven? (6)
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Sethioz » Fri May 02, 2014 8:13 pm

formulas and me, not so good fellas.
Whenever i need a solution, i use my own methods which completely go around every possible formula, yet i get the solution that i was looking for.
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Legu » Fri May 02, 2014 8:29 pm

College is killing me. :(
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Sethioz » Sat May 03, 2014 12:47 am

Quite useless in my opinion. There is nothing in college that you can't find from internet, only thing they have, is funds that you don't have and if you're good student, they let you use their equipment, which i'd like to do, but getting up in morning and going thru that shit .. naaaah. i'd rather sit, play and make videos and have FUN :) .. oh yeah and get paid for it too.
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Legu » Sat May 03, 2014 9:28 am

There is nothing in college that you can't find from internet


Well, that is sort of not true. I will give you a very easy example. When you are working on your PhD, you are actually doing something mostly for mankind. You might be working together with a huge company thats goal is to, lets say optimize a particle accelerator, then you will hardly ever be able to optimize that particle accelerator through the internet and write a paper about it that maybe dozens of other people will read. Of course, you do not have to be in a PhD course to learn things you do not learn from the internet. It is mostly about them telling you about subjects, and you have to know much about those subjects. Like they say...you have to know the basic structure of stack based programing languages like FORTH. You can now google it and learn about it, but someone had to give you the direction.

There are still things I do not like about college:

.) Fucking unbiased ranking system
.) If you write an exam, and lets say you get a shitty grade, you mostly do not have a chance to even take a look at you corrected paper, and even if you do, there are no "correct answers papers", they just do not care at all.
.) Autism. I am studyin software engineering and I find it really hard to meet cute girls, or at least girls. 90% of SE/IE is male, so the numbers are against me too. Even if you find some females that could be considerd as attractive, chances are that they are true autsists and have no interest in relationships or anyhting. That sucks. Sometimes i wish i studied something like...Idk...social studies? But then again I would probably end up with a worthless degree.
.) Stress.
.) Fucking difficult subjects even in the first semester. I was experienced in dozens of programin languages before college, but even so, I find college fucking hard. What about those people who never touched a computer before they entered college? Well they are gone now.
.) I never learn about things I want to, instead of things they tell me I must.

This pretty much sums up. For the defense of the argument I must say that I visit a pretty elitist uni so maybe that is why it is so much trouble.
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Sethioz » Sat May 03, 2014 1:59 pm

I'd love to reverse engineer a particle accelerator, i wouldn't need any directions. Well it would be easy if someone answers the questions if i don't know the terms (so searching would be difficult), but i can find out anything if i really want to.
If i'd had particle accelerator in front of me, i'm 100% sure i would be able to make it better in a way
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Legu » Sun May 04, 2014 9:30 am

If i'd had particle accelerator in front of me, i'm 100% sure i would be able to make it better in a way


On most projects that require such devices, literally at least 30-100 people are required(with the exception of really small ones, but I assume we are talking about the big ones that we use today) to even turn it on and make a single test. To analyse the data, optimize the results, validate etc requires extremely much time even for 100 people (who have knowledge in electrical engineering,physix,chemistry,etc etc). I do not see how you alone could properly make it function. Apart from the fact that even with a phd in physics, you would need years of practice on the field.

Ofc, I myself never worked with those devices, but I doubt there is anyone on earth who could make alone make it function properly. Not talking about optimisation here, which most likely requires a shit tone more work and knowledge.

I'd love to reverse engineer a particle accelerator


I do not even know what you mean by that. You can reverse engineer a program. Like Luigi does all the time. But how are you going to reverse engineer a machine that has a circumference of 27 kilometres? (LHC). What you could do is, reverse engineer a program that validates data coming from the particle accelerator. But reverse engineering the thing itself makes not much sense.

What I think you could/should do is to develop new test scenarios for particle accelerators. Things that people might not have tested yet. Those results could change everything.
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Re: Approximation for the Friedman-Robertson-Walker model

Postby Sethioz » Sun May 04, 2014 7:08 pm

First of .. how do you even know you need like 100 people? If it's true, that alone already shows that i'm right and they're WRONG, because i would need just 1 person for my particle accelerator.
This is why you have remote controlled cameras and drones, in case you need "hands" and "eyes" in other places.

I can reverse engineer anything, i just need to get full access to it (whatever the IT is) and enough funding and tools. I know the basics of particle acclelerator tho, magnet based. Sounds quite easy to be honest.
and particle accelerators are not huge, they're used in everyday technology btw. Only the ones that accelerate particles to almost speed of light are massive and this is why they want to build even bigger to achieve speed of light.

It's going offtopic, so make a new topic if you want to discuss general reverse engineering, ideas and such, but for example. i have idea to make a better PC case, that would be optimized for air flow, I have perfect idea for a hybrid CPU cooler that is as safe as air cooler, but performs as good as liquid cooler.
Also for example, i've seen people paint huge houses with a fucking brush or roll ... LOL cmon, are we living in 60s?? What i would do, is build a "bot" that would crawl the building and paint it. a simple color detector to make it check that its all evenly painted and all you need is a frame around house edges. Basically a large scale printer. Wouldn't it be EASIER and CHEAPER to use those to paint houses than letting someone paint the house with HOT, HOT weather and risk their life hanging up there...bah..monkey brains.

In other words, i have so, sooo many ideas that would make nowday things better and more superior, but i don't have that kind of funds to test and develop. Humans are too attached to old shit, so that this shit in their brain and eyes blinds them from seeing the better ways.
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