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  1. Apr 12, 2015 #1
    the top one from mine is my account on here.
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    Is there any other place? Just sayin'
  4. Apr 12, 2015 #3


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    My username at a popular Ceramic tile forum is first. o0)
  5. Apr 13, 2015 #4


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    LISA on steam was the 1st result!:olduhh:
  6. Apr 13, 2015 #5

    That's great. Now I'm Painter. Physics Forums appears nowhere in the first page of results. :frown:
  7. Apr 13, 2015 #6
    You'd have to dig very deep into the search results before anything related to me on this website started showing up.
  8. Apr 13, 2015 #7


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    mine seems to be a pretty common username

    nine down the list showed my home page listing .....

    from that you will now understand how my username originated :wink:

    14 down the list, my listing on this meteorite site .....

    7 pages in listing on 2 other forums ...

    gosh, how far in do I have to go to get my PF and EP forums listings that I am VERY active on ?????

    Far out ! .... 20 pages in and no reference to my PF or EP activities but there are to several other forums, and like the meteorite one, not active for at least a year

    There are also a few dubious sites that I swear I have nothing to do with hahahaha

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  9. Apr 14, 2015 #8


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    There are a lot of people named JT Bell, so I get mostly hits from Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc. on the first few pages. There's also a Wikipedia page for a mathematician named Robert J. T. Bell.

    My "Meet a Mentor" thread here finally turns up on page 4.
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  10. Apr 14, 2015 #9
    Aleph numbers are actually a mathematical thing, as it turns out. I read it in Aniara and thought Harry Martinson just made it up. So, yeah. 30 pages so far and nothing.
  11. Apr 14, 2015 #10


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    Have you ever seen or heard the opera that Blomdahl wrote about it?


    I have a recording of it, but I haven't read the libretto closely enough to know whether it mentions the aleph numbers...
  12. Apr 14, 2015 #11

    And I was going to use this one in a fantasy story... I still will but I would have felt so much better if I was the first one to make it up.
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  13. Apr 14, 2015 #12
    No, I have not. I believe the pilot/mathematician comes up with some sort of groundbreaking mathematical concept reminiscent of the real life aleph numbers. It is possible that Lindegren left that part out. I can't remember if Martinson actually calls them aleph numbers...
  14. Apr 14, 2015 #13

    George Jones

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    Hmm, over 4 million hits for "George Jones", and I don't seem t have made the first 25 pages.
  15. Apr 15, 2015 #14
    first result for nitsuj is an Urban Dictionary entry....and I don't like it!! lol
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