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JasonRox

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SeReNiTy said:

Awesome!

Let's hope the math was all good. :tongue:

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Congrats!

Always a nerve wrecking experience.

Always a nerve wrecking experience.

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Once you get into your comfort zone, you just seem to go on autopilot. Getting there is the hard part.

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Great! What's the subject? What did your first lecture cover? Inquiring minds want to know!

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Then it moved into sympletic geometry and the formulation of the Hamiltonian, next it was lorentz groups and rotations in R(3+1) and how the hyperbolic nature of space led to the fact that the speed of light is the cosmic speed limit.

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Way cool. Wish I were there to hear it!SeReNiTy said:

Then it moved into sympletic geometry and the formulation of the Hamiltonian, next it was lorentz groups and rotations in R(3+1) and how the hyperbolic nature of space led to the fact that the speed of light is the cosmic speed limit.

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SeReNiTy said:

I know how that goes, for project presentations the hardest part is finding a place to start. Once you start its not that bad. What's bad is when you make a slight joke you think is funny, but no one else gets it... That's never fun.

Awesome job though!

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