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    Hello, I'm Zalvager, Simon, that weird guy, "that thing", or whatever you want to call me!(Zalvager or Simon is preferred).

    Well, I found this forum when I was looking for riddles, and I came across Einstein's Riddle. Solved it in about an hour.

    I'm almost 14. I like philosophy, reading, music, writing, inventing(well, building machines), and discuss with intellectuals.

    Got any questions? Shoot!


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    Welcome Zalvager. You may be the youngest Member of The Science Forum, and I may be the eldest. ( 78 ). Don't let that fool you. Turn off any rubbish you may have about old people being out of touch and irrelevant in this modern world and the world to come. Old People are now passing through this world and their observations of the journey they have been on just may be useful for those who have the journey ahead of them. And, almost 100%, they will tell you what they believe to be the Truth. And why wouldn't they. Their journey is almost over, no good taking truth to the grave. It should be out there. Hope you have a happy time with The Science Forum. Enjoy. westwind.


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    Welcome Simon, nice to have you here.
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    Quote Originally Posted by westwind View Post
    Welcome Zalvager. You may be the youngest Member of The Science Forum, and I may be the eldest. ( 78 ). Don't let that fool you. Turn off any rubbish you may have about old people being out of touch and irrelevant in this modern world and the world to come. Old People are now passing through this world and their observations of the journey they have been on just may be useful for those who have the journey ahead of them. And, almost 100%, they will tell you what they believe to be the Truth. And why wouldn't they. Their journey is almost over, no good taking truth to the grave. It should be out there. Hope you have a happy time with The Science Forum. Enjoy. westwind.
    The way i see older people, mostly, is rusted in their old routines. My grandma doesn't use technology, she has a dell laptop that she never uses. She just has it to let others fill out her tax returns. The rest of the 50+ people i know are also rusted in their routines. I'm not saying that it's the age, but rather lack of the joy of trying something new, that fades over the years.

    I hope i'll be half as enthousiastic/filosophic when i'm as old as you. Maybe you could spread your wisdom to others? Rather then using the internet, walk by peoples houses and spread the word.. haha..

    To zalvager, it's good being selfconcious, but don't brag about your knowledge. If i learned anything on this forum is, that there is always someone who knows it better then you. And with age comes understanding of the fine works that makes up our life/existance.

    Just an interest.. You said building machines.. Like what machines? You constructed something with lego, or did you actually create a remote controlled helicopter?

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    Growing up, i marveled at star-trek's science, and ignored the perfect society. Now, i try to ignore their science, and marvel at the society.

    Imagine, being able to create matter out of thin air, and not coming up with using drones for boarding hostile ships. Or using drones to defend your own ship. Heck, using drones to block energy attacks, counterattack or for surveillance. Unless, of course, they are nano-machines in your blood, which is a billion times more complex..
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    Welcome Zalvager. You may be the youngest Member of The Science Forum, and I may be the eldest. ( 78 ). Don't let that fool you. Turn off any rubbish you may have about old people being out of touch and irrelevant in this modern world and the world to come. Old People are now passing through this world and their observations of the journey they have been on just may be useful for those who have the journey ahead of them. And, almost 100%, they will tell you what they believe to be the Truth. And why wouldn't they. Their journey is almost over, no good taking truth to the grave. It should be out there. Hope you have a happy time with The Science Forum. Enjoy. westwind.
    The way i see older people, mostly, is rusted in their old routines. My grandma doesn't use technology, she has a dell laptop that she never uses. She just has it to let others fill out her tax returns. The rest of the 50+ people i know are also rusted in their routines. I'm not saying that it's the age, but rather lack of the joy of trying something new, that fades over the years.

    I hope i'll be half as enthousiastic/filosophic when i'm as old as you. Maybe you could spread your wisdom to others? Rather then using the internet, walk by peoples houses and spread the word.. haha..

    To zalvager, it's good being selfconcious, but don't brag about your knowledge. If i learned anything on this forum is, that there is always someone who knows it better then you. And with age comes understanding of the fine works that makes up our life/existance.

    Just an interest.. You said building machines.. Like what machines? You constructed something with lego, or did you actually create a remote controlled helicopter?

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    Haha! Thank you!

    Well, in a matter of fact, I'm actually working on a prototype of a remote controlled helicopter.
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