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Nov19-07, 04:09 AM
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Wooohooo, up all night writing a history essay on Galileo's impact on European history. . Anything interesting happen on PF lately?
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Sourabh N
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Nov19-07, 04:34 AM
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ya, everyone was thinking about your absence.
dontdisturbmycircles
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Nov19-07, 08:14 AM
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Please don't misunderstand me to mean that I deem myself a significant member of PF.. I am just curious mmmkkaayy.

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Nov19-07, 08:16 AM
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Hi Physicsforums...

Each and everyone at PF is significant!
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Nov19-07, 08:27 AM
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Quote Quote by Astronuc View Post
Each and everyone at PF is significant!
and we're always interested in significant figures.
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Nov19-07, 09:08 AM
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I missed you DDMC!!! I like the new avatar!
Math Jeans
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Nov19-07, 09:29 AM
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Quote Quote by Astronuc View Post
Each and everyone at PF is significant!
That makes me feel so special!
Sourabh N
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Nov19-07, 09:41 AM
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Every child is special.

http://www.taarezameenpar.com/
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Nov19-07, 10:11 AM
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Quote Quote by Sourabh N View Post
Every child is special.

http://www.taarezameenpar.com/
Very nice!

One should not forget the child within.


Children who are loved grow up to be loving adults.
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Nov19-07, 10:14 AM
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I like the new avatar!
I'm guessing they are a part of the Saturnian ring system, which are circles (roughly) being disturbed by 'tiny' pieces of rock.
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Nov19-07, 12:16 PM
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Quote Quote by neutrino View Post
I'm guessing they are a part of the Saturnian ring system, which are circles (roughly) being disturbed by 'tiny' pieces of rock.
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Nov19-07, 12:33 PM
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I missed you DDMC!!! I like the new avatar!
Thanks and thanks! :P

hmm there is so much love in this thread.

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I'm guessing they are a part of the Saturnian ring system, which are circles (roughly) being disturbed by 'tiny' pieces of rock.
you guessed right.
Math Is Hard
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Nov19-07, 12:52 PM
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Don't run off and worry us like that again.
Sourabh N
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Nov19-07, 01:24 PM
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Quote Quote by dontdisturbmycircles View Post

hmm there is so much love in this thread.
There are so much smilies also in this thread.
Math Jeans
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Nov19-07, 02:36 PM
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Quote Quote by Sourabh N View Post
There are so much smilies also in this thread.
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Nov19-07, 02:38 PM
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So here's the puzzle: which smiley doesn't appear in this thread?
Sourabh N
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Nov20-07, 03:09 AM
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and the winner will get a hug from our beloved DDMC.
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Nov20-07, 08:26 PM
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Doc Smiley.


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