"People love chopping wood. In this activity one immediately sees results." Einstein
Posted 22 January 2013 - 05:46 PM
I would like to thank you all on your contribution in my threads I and because you share your knowledge in others threads as well.
I learn a lot. It was a GREAT journey. And Im happy that this isnt end. Rather pause.
I will like say thanks firstly to Saru and second moderator I like the most, Still waters.
You doing great job. UM is like modern history of Alexandria. Im glad that this library have such great protectors.
Then I must say thatIm glad that I met people who are well of knowledge. UM is home of great,awesome, smart and clever people. And ofcourse open minded.
In that list there are some of my old firends such as Kali74, Hilander, Little Fish, sepulchrave, Shadowsot, SlimJim22, rashore,Abramelin, Diechecker,Swede (thanks on wishes), cormac, booNy, jules99, jmccr8, lightly...
some new friends such as karl12, Ninhursag, Puzzler, Coffey, Harsh86, Harte, Hasina, eldorado, Imaginarynumber,Atentutankh, Onionmancer, Paracelse, Parsec (i wish you post more), PaxUnum, Scott Creighton, Seeker79, Simbi,Wearer of Hats,Wordless Wanderer, ouija, Sarah444, zoser, shadowhive,...
And some that are not on my friendlist such as Kmt_Sesh, theSearcher, Proclus, Mentalcase...
Thank you all.
You were great read.
And many others I didnt mentioned. Sorry for that.
An explanation of one's position after falling for the ramblings of a Sitchin, Von Daniken, Berlitz, Bauval, Schoch, Hancock, Velikovsky and many others if it was expressed by two of my favorite characters from "The Big Bang Theory": Leonard: All right, well, let me see if I can explain your situation using physics. What would you be if you were attached to another object by an inclined plane wrapped helically around an axis? Sheldon: Screwed.