Tiassa
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Tiassa

Let us not launch the boat ..., from Bothell, Washington, USA

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    1. joepistole
      joepistole
      What the he'll is going on with Sciforums?
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      2. joepistole
        joepistole
        Thanks, it would be nice if they gave the community a heads up before they make this kind of change.
        Sep 26, 2014
      3. Tiassa
        Tiassa
        In truth, I didn't know it was coming when it arrived. I mean, I knew something was going to happen at some point, but I didn't expect it when it actually arrived. I think the security problem is so bad they had to move that quickly.
        Sep 26, 2014
      4. kmguru
        kmguru
        Finally I got it. Since most people get the email, I thought it could explain that way...Oh, well, we will wait.
        Sep 26, 2014
    2. RussellCrawford
      RussellCrawford
      Do you understand what I am saying?

      If you have questions, I will answer them for you.
    3. RussellCrawford
      RussellCrawford
      I am new to the site, please let me know if I step out of line in any way.
    4. wegs
      wegs
      Thanks for the video clip u posted in my 'one song' thread. What an awesome band that I had no clue existed. Damn! :)
    5. cluelusshusbund
      cluelusshusbund
      "I have no problem with new religions. But I do oblige them to the same standards as longer-standing faiths. That is, they must make sense."
      --Tiassa

      lol@Tiassa
    6. Chipz
      Chipz
      My black ass is going to be in Seattle next week.
    7. RedStar
      RedStar
      Tiassa, I'd like your input in my "The Economics of the Soviet Union" thread if you don't mind.
    8. RedStar
      RedStar
      Are you ever going to respond to my posts? Also, according to historian Robert Allen, the Soviet Union was the FASTEST COUNTRY IN HISTORY to industrialize. Is that the "failure" you were talking about? Try using facts and looking at material reality rather than spewing soundbites.
    9. RedStar
      RedStar
    10. RedStar
      RedStar
      I found your comment in the Syria thread to be insulting. Why is it that I'm somehow "not serious" because I'm not some moderate majority liberal? Yes, I'm opposed to any and all forms of capitalism. So what? That doesn't make me a jokester.

      Marxist thought is alive and well throughout the world. Just because you Americans live in a bubble, doesn't mean you should belittle us.
    11. Gremmie
      Gremmie
      OK Tiassa...

      I see you checked out my profile page. Who did I piss off, and how long is the ban? LOL
    12. aaqucnaona
      aaqucnaona
    13. GeoffP
      GeoffP
    14. spidergoat
      spidergoat
      Islam is an embarrassment to humanity.
    15. Chipz
      Chipz
    16. Orleander
      Orleander
      thanks for closing the sex w/ kids thread. I seriously considered never ever soming here again considering James R didn't have an issue with it. Again, thanks for lockign it.
    17. pavlosmarcos
      pavlosmarcos
      Hi Tiassa.
      I recently came across an old thread from march 2002, which was posted by Adam, it was only one page, and only got four replies the largest was yours, http://www.sciforums.com/Indoctrination-or-Education-t-6394.html
      It looked like a good thread, so rather than revamp such an old thread, I used little of all the replies and started my own on here http://www.theologyweb.com/campus/forumdisplay.php?15-Apologetics-301 I never denied it wasn't from an old thread here. however I did not name, names. it has had 71 replies and is on it's 5th page however the mods are now claiming plagiarism, So I would like to apologise, firstly for not paying you due homage. and secondly ask you, do you really mind that I used your reply. thanks pavlos
    18. meraman88
      meraman88
      hi, can you help me with complex analysis plz
      problem is:

      The function f(z) = e^(z+i*pi) has infinitely many points in the fiber of each point in its range.
      (A) Find four points that map to 1
      (B) The natural inverse of f(z), say g(z) maps each point in its domain to infinitely points, as with log(z). For example, g(1) is infinitely many points, including the four you provided in the first part of the problem.
      i. Choose a branch of g(z)
      ii. Sketch the domain of this branch
      iii. Sketch the range of this branch
      IV, Indicate which point in the set g(1) is the image of 1 under your branch.
    19. BennyF
      BennyF
      When I looked for my thread about the anatomical question, you said that it had been "closed and redirected". Please tell me where it is so that I can read the last few messages on it.

      Benny, honestly trying to get some answers.
    20. superstring01
      superstring01
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