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  1. #1 How old are you people? 
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    Every time I register on a forum, and after I lurk for a while, I can't help but feel that people are so young! Am I the only person of my age who has such a sad life? Maybe I should start surfing dating sites instead. Or better yet -- get a job.











    Yes, count that as my introduction. Writing "hi, i'm new here etc." feels a bit pointless to me. I don't want another wasted thread, though I'm sure it's a bit too late for that.


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    We appear to have a wide range of ages here, I am not aware of who is at either end but I have seen 'admissions' of ages ranging from 18 to 79.
    I personally, retired at 50 - but that seems a long time ago now.


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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudoscientist
    Every time I register on a forum, and after I lurk for a while, I can't help but feel that people are so young! Am I the only person of my age who has such a sad life? Maybe I should start surfing dating sites instead. Or better yet -- get a job.

    Yes, count that as my introduction. Writing "hi, i'm new here etc." feels a bit pointless to me. I don't want another wasted thread, though I'm sure it's a bit too late for that.
    I'm 18 and no, your not the only one with a sad life. Count me in that category. Well, back to class....
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    That's 33 in your language. :wink:
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    I'm 1D years old
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    And since several in this forum know my age - I'm gonna temporarily change it to 'CB' (not hex!) - so whodga rekun?
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    I was going to do my age in binary, then one of the older ones beat me to it <.<. Then I was gonna do it in hex...then one of the younger ones beat me to it T-T.

    Then I was going to try something like megabrain is doing...BUT HE BEAT ME TO IT! -_-

    So I'll do something NONE of you thought of! NYA HAHAHAHAHA!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremyhfht
    I was going to do my age in binary, then one of the older ones beat me to it <.<. Then I was gonna do it in hex...then one of the younger ones beat me to it T-T.

    Then I was going to try something like megabrain is doing...BUT HE BEAT ME TO IT! -_-

    So I'll do something NONE of you thought of! NYA HAHAHAHAHA!
    I think that's in one of the North American indian dialects - Jeremy gets ithe prize again!
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    XD!!!! Well, maybe it is, since many are completely undocumented, lost, and unknown. <.< >.>
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    Jeremy. I think I'll just call you myhfht from now on. :?

    Just for the record, I have no idea how to read any of those code numbers. My bad, I'm not a nerd.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudoscientist
    Jeremy. I think I'll just call you myhfht from now on. :?

    Just for the record, I have no idea how to read any of those code numbers. My bad, I'm not a nerd.
    Quite sad indeed. Many gave you the names of them, and had you simply looked up numbers or codes you would have instantly found answers.

    You, sir.....PHHHHHHHHAAAAAAAAIIIIIIIIIIIIIILLLLLLLLLLL LLLLLLLL!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    O_O
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    Well...I just turned 39 on Monday...and I'm still waiting for my birthday spanking! Ladies?

    Hey pseudoscientist, you started this thread...how about enlightening us about your age?
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    Jeremy!


    Your age is what? - di di dah di / di di dah / dah di dah di / dah di dah // dah dah dah / di di dah di / di di dah di/ - as Frank sinatra might sing..... :wink:
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    i think it's 40
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    THink what's 40 ?
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    Jeramy's age
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    Yes you are correct - sadly not in the number base you are thinking of though....
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    yay, but what do you mean number basis?
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    No joke?

    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremyhfht
    XD!!!!
    Someone who resorts to this kind of writing to express her emotion cannot possibly be forty, methinks.

    My age?

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    Something I made up, but that was probably too easy.
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    yay, but what do you mean number basis?
    A quick re-count and I'm wrong his age would not be 40 in the case I was thinking of,

    Number base - you are used to counting in tens. ie 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

    Your computer works in '2's - the digits being 0 and 1

    THe base is if you like 'the count of different digits in the system'

    we use only 10 numbers to count that is 0-9 after that we recycle them.

    Base of 5 (quinary i think)

    is

    0,1,2,3,4
    then 10,11,12,13,14
    20,21,22,23,24
    etc to 44 then 100.

    You may also hav seen 'hex' short for 'hexadecimal' - six-ten or sixteen

    that's the one we love but there are only 10 digits! we need another 6!
    lets go and use the first six letters of the alphabet (A-F)

    Now we have 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,a,b,c,d,e,f

    then 10,11,12 .... 19,1a.... 1F,20 etc up to ?? FF of course

    NOw you've seen those on your PC - its a convenient way to group those 1's and 0's - four each to a hexadecimal character

    1C = 0000 1100 - 8 binary digits (or bits) = 1 byte!
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    um, well... i thought i just added up NYA, it equalls 40, and seem as though you got 40 with a method, pehapse Jeramy is getting too clever and giving multiple methods for the same answer
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    No you are actually looking at the wrong part of his message - I spotted it although his actual presentation is incorrect - My assistant 'numbrain' has also guessed it. as has a third person.

    My frank sinatra reference should supply the clue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    Quote Originally Posted by Nevyn
    yay, but what do you mean number basis?
    A quick re-count and I'm wrong his age would not be 40 in the case I was thinking of,

    Number base - you are used to counting in tens. ie 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9

    Your computer works in '2's - the digits being 0 and 1

    THe base is if you like 'the count of different digits in the system'

    we use only 10 numbers to count that is 0-9 after that we recycle them.

    Base of 5 (quinary i think)

    is

    0,1,2,3,4
    then 10,11,12,13,14
    20,21,22,23,24
    etc to 44 then 100.

    You may also hav seen 'hex' short for 'hexadecimal' - six-ten or sixteen

    that's the one we love but there are only 10 digits! we need another 6!
    lets go and use the first six letters of the alphabet (A-F)

    Now we have 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,a,b,c,d,e,f

    then 10,11,12 .... 19,1a.... 1F,20 etc up to ?? FF of course

    NOw you've seen those on your PC - its a convenient way to group those 1's and 0's - four each to a hexadecimal character

    1C = 0000 1100 - 8 binary digits (or bits) = 1 byte!
    Ho my god, people. Get a (useful) hobby. :x
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nevyn
    i think it's 40
    *says in Mortal Kombat Voice*: YOU LOSE!

    what did you do? Count the dots? Psh, so lame.
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    26 - Physically



    Mentally and emotioanally I'm about......12.




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    Quote Originally Posted by pseudoscientist
    Ho my god, people. Get a (useful) hobby. :x
    Hobby - Humbug!

    Now as a career this and much other technical knowledge has been extremely profitable over the years. 8)
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    Well a late happy birthday Mac
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremyhfht
    I was going to do my age in binary, then one of the older ones beat me to it <.<. Then I was gonna do it in hex...then one of the younger ones beat me to it T-T.

    Then I was going to try something like megabrain is doing...BUT HE BEAT ME TO IT! -_-

    So I'll do something NONE of you thought of! NYA HAHAHAHAHA!


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    ...the only person to notice what the code is, is a newbie... you do know that makes you regulars highly pathetic right? >.>

    eh, well, you win.
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    Excuse me - Go back and look you will see ..... And if you can read morse why did you not spot the answer...


    Quote:....
    Your age is what? - di di dah di / di di dah / dah di dah di / dah di dah // dah dah dah / di di dah di / di di dah di/ - as Frank sinatra might sing.....
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    I know, megabrain. I was referring to the others who DID NOT get it. sheesh, you must have a persecution complex to think I always refer to you -.-
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    binary, morsecode.. I'll keep it simple: 23 :wink:
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    Yayerz! penny is the first to name it!
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    You've all given up on mine I guess so I will divulge my correct age

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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    You've all given up on mine I guess so I will divulge my correct age

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    Megabrain, it's not that we've given up, it's that we don't care .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat1981(England)
    82 ?
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    i take that as a no then
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    i am 6,935 suns old..or 19. hahaha
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    My age = x

    6(x+3)+3x = 10x+4

    I'm surprised no one thought of this yet. Oh well. Do I happen to be the youngest?
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    Algebra is so yesterday. :|
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    Really? Care to find my age? After all, you started this thread.
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    Quote Originally Posted by The P-manator
    Really? Care to find my age? After all, you started this thread.
    i think its 14 by quick calculations.
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    yeah,, I think you're one of the youngest on this forum.. feel like an oldie now :wink:
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    SealOtter gets 100%. I seem to always be the youngest. In my class, on the forums, everywhere. But I don't care. Life's good!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    You've all given up on mine I guess so I will divulge my correct age

    6+4j
    42?
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    You need to think more laterally for this one,

    42 may be the answer to the universe but not my age.
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    darn it, are you sure? absolutly positive?
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    My avatar is a picture taken during a speech. I think I was about 51 or so, that was a long time ago.
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    i'm 6.611 x 10<sup>27</sup> yoctodays old
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    i'm 6.611 x 10<sup>27</sup> yoctodays old
    uuuh... :?

    My age is... that's a good question. I'd say about 13,038 sols.

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    well whose above 65. Interesting to know he still remembers science.
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    Wait....are we going by human years or dog years?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    i'm 6.611 x 10<sup>27</sup> yoctodays old
    18yrs 1 month or thereabouts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    Quote Originally Posted by Chemboy
    i'm 6.611 x 10<sup>27</sup> yoctodays old
    18yrs 1 month or thereabouts.
    yep.
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    im old enough to not be younger but young enough to not be older
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    What does that question mak mean are you not sure about your age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremyhfht
    I was going to do my age in binary, then one of the older ones beat me to it <.<. Then I was gonna do it in hex...then one of the younger ones beat me to it T-T.

    Then I was going to try something like megabrain is doing...BUT HE BEAT ME TO IT! -_-

    So I'll do something NONE of you thought of! NYA HAHAHAHAHA!


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    well according to what my chinese friend told me i am 20 :-D (according to their custom)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Isabella-Marie
    Quote Originally Posted by Jeremyhfht
    I was going to do my age in binary, then one of the older ones beat me to it <.<. Then I was gonna do it in hex...then one of the younger ones beat me to it T-T.

    Then I was going to try something like megabrain is doing...BUT HE BEAT ME TO IT! -_-

    So I'll do something NONE of you thought of! NYA HAHAHAHAHA!


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    are you 54?
    I don't think jeremys here at the moment (i feel like an answering machine) but the answer is on the first post of page 3.
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    Yeah, I think he banned himself, just dissappeared, shame really...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Megabrain
    Yeah, I think he banned himself, just dissappeared, shame really...
    Yea, what about Ophiolite?
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    Ophiolite is still around, I have seen him log on a couple of times over the last week or so, I hope he can find the time to participate again, but people come and people go, that's life.
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    Old enough to drink, old enough to vote, old enough to fight, old enough to remember, old enough to know better.
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    And if you are old enough to break the law then what you have said gives us no clue whatsoever! :wink:
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    I'm 18. Considered an adult, but with the mind of a child... :wink:
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    Quote Originally Posted by elsie
    I'm 18. Considered an adult, but with the mind of a child... :wink:
    An interesting concept. Maybe that's why so many others just don't get it. In this world it is so easy for people to get lost in buiseness and emotions that they forget the questions they once had. What they think of as mature we think of as ignorance. Am I rambling? :?
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    We are all children of nature, those who forget this, well, i'll let Dabob finish that sentence...
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    Have I been here that long...

    I think I have finished it plenty... ah yes I just did one, here it is.

    http://www.thescienceforum.com/viewt...?p=61928#61928

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    Sorry mate I don't speak code 39 :wink:
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    I heard a great conspiracy theory once that all bar codes have the number 666 in them. Don't bother looking it up though. I have already proven it wrong.
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    People's immense curiosity and anxiousness of the 'end times' can cause them to compare just about anything to references of it, in the bible.
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    My current age happens to be the smallest odd non-twin prime
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    I just did roughly five and a half straight hours of math... Just the thought of numbers makes my head hurt. Someone else will have to expose your age.
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    I make that = 23 - in white text...
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    < alright I was the 3rd one to say your age. :P never mind >
    very weird everytime I post something then after I posted it I see posts of others who posted before me :?
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    Since this thread started, I gained another year. 19 now...

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    Since this thread started, I gained another year. 19 now...

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    Since we all like codes, right now I am:

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    I am ha, Megabrain is a genius... years old...

    I'm so gonna use that on more posts...
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    I am "phi", "iota", "phi", "tau", "epsilon", "epsilon", "nu"...years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cat1981(England)
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    15 ?
    you got it!
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    Well your a lot smarter then i was at fifteen. In fact your a lot smarter then i am now :-D
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    I am sure you're just being modest. How old are you now anyway?
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    Pick a number between 1 - 100. Add 50, multiply by 4, divide by 3, minus 20, multiply by 2, minus (12x12), add 9.
    If your original number was 25 you are correct.

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    i sorta figured you were 25 because you're username is cat1981. many people add their date of birth to their username to make it easier to remeber. So, you were born in 1981. i'm guessing somewhere between May and December. Am I right?
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    Yes your right, July. No need for a birthday card though, a present will do just fine.
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    Would you prefer a perpetual motion machine, or a particle accelerator?
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