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  1. #1 Hello from Denmark 
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    Hello everyone!
    I'm 21 years old, comes from Denmark and I'm currently studying for math teacher.
    I haven't seen this forum before, but I signed up right away!
    My english isn't the best, but I'll try to help in any way I can
    My interests are:
    Math & physics

    Just ask if you want to know anything about me

    - Niclas

    Edit: Sorry, can anyone move this to the right thread? I just followed the "Here" link at the top of the page.


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    Welcome Katadunkass. How old is 21 in Denmark? 21 in Glasgow, especially in the Gorbles is 41. 21 in outback Australia is 51. Ignor that Katadunkass, I'm sure you are a wise 21. If you care to be a reader of discrimination you might like to review some Threads in your area of interest already Posted on Science Forum. From there its a matter of Daily review to follow up on your Science. To have some Proof or at least good referrals is helpful when you yourself ask for opinions from other members of Science Forum. Tho you might feel there is a cavaleer approach to what people are saying, I can assure you that is not the case. Welcome, and good Threading. westwind.


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    Quote Originally Posted by westwind View Post
    If you care to be a reader of discrimination you might like to review some Threads in your area of interest already Posted on Science Forum.
    Another one ?!
    What exactly is your agenda, westwind ? Are you trying to turn new people off this forum ? If you have a bone to pick with specific members of this forum, or with the forum in general, then please use the appropriate channels to do so.
    Otherwise, statements like the above are way out of order in the "Introductions" section, in my opinion. I am minded to bring this to the attention of the moderators.
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    For Markus Hanke. You see an agenda in the westwind poste? Well, Theres nothing I can do about that. I'll leave it to Kadunkass to reply with a free hit. Should any intimidation be perceived by our new Member, then I will Apologise. It is never my intention to scare off keen starters on Science Forum, quite the reverse. I believe Science Forum can use contributing new members all the time. Maybe where I've given the wrong impression to senior members is being a little over zealous in alerting new members that they a duty to observe the structure of the Forum, before they might earn the wrath of having posted a bad post. This criticism can be off-putting. So, as I said, its hard to be humble if there was no intent to dissuade the new member. westwind.
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    Quote Originally Posted by westwind View Post
    For Markus Hanke. You see an agenda in the westwind poste? Well, Theres nothing I can do about that. I'll leave it to Kadunkass to reply with a free hit. Should any intimidation be perceived by our new Member, then I will Apologise. It is never my intention to scare off keen starters on Science Forum, quite the reverse. I believe Science Forum can use contributing new members all the time. Maybe where I've given the wrong impression to senior members is being a little over zealous in alerting new members that they a duty to observe the structure of the Forum, before they might earn the wrath of having posted a bad post. This criticism can be off-putting. So, as I said, its hard to be humble if there was no intent to dissuade the new member. westwind.
    Thank you for the clarification. The post I was referring to was ambiguous and could well have been interpreted the wrong way.
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    Well, hello to everyone
    Don't worry, I'm not here to cause any problems at all, I'm here to learn and try to have a good time.
    I can see many here are smarter than me in both math and physics, but I'll try to contribute as much as I can

    - Niclas
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