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« on: 01/04/2008 18:52:02 »
What was your first ever post on TheNakedScientists?

Mine was:

A Sampling Frame, which you use in Biology.

It's usually 50x50 and it is used to place on something, such as a field, and its like a metal frame. Within the frame, you count how many and what type of living things there are, and you repeat this process lots of times, to estimate the population size in a large study area.

But, I'm not sure what the scientific name for this is. The Sampling Frame.

Someone help me out here? Thanks


It seems so very daft.. LOL!!


 

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« Reply #1 on: 01/04/2008 19:45:32 »
Are you having a laugh? I joined over 3 years ago. Do you seriously expect me to remember that far back!?
 

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« Reply #2 on: 01/04/2008 20:46:57 »
Ermm.. You go to "Last posts of this member".. And you go to the last page! ;D
 

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« Reply #3 on: 01/04/2008 20:47:38 »
And in your case..

I haven't got a clue of the maths etc involved but I like the idea. It would make 1 hell of a weapon too!

Good luck with it.


Seems to be your first ever post!
 

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« Reply #4 on: 01/04/2008 20:51:17 »
Was it? I'll have to investigate.
 

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« Reply #5 on: 01/04/2008 20:55:33 »
I don't think that's right. My first ever contact with TNS was sending a text to the radio show about mosaicism. I'm sure my first ever post here was on the same subject.
 

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« Reply #6 on: 01/04/2008 22:48:18 »
LOL.. The computer never lies my friend! ;D
 

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« Reply #7 on: 01/04/2008 23:43:38 »
"The JWST is only going to be a one million miles from earth, so no need to worry." this was mine, pure rubbish as usual, and I have no idea what it was about.

Since then my posts have gone steadily downhill.
 

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« Reply #8 on: 01/04/2008 23:46:58 »
LOL what do you mean ;D
 

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« Reply #9 on: 02/04/2008 00:00:15 »
OH yeah the computer does lie
 

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« Reply #10 on: 02/04/2008 01:39:17 »
It was about 250 million years ago when Doctor Beaver and I first started posting. I just can't remember that far back.
 

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« Reply #11 on: 02/04/2008 02:10:46 »
My first post was in the Zeta thread and was deleted long ago ;D
 

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« Reply #12 on: 02/04/2008 04:37:49 »
Me too! but I bet I have it copied Carolyn.. Lol!
 

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« Reply #13 on: 02/04/2008 04:40:10 »
well let me see I have copied from sept..23 on... lol!  I will post your post!
 

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« Reply #14 on: 02/04/2008 04:40:50 »
UHG!!!!  No, that's ok....no need to post mine. :D
 

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« Reply #15 on: 02/04/2008 04:45:24 »
lol...Hey I also have cool piccy of Neily's tummy on one page and eating chicken just above it YAYYYYYYYYY! LOL But I won't post them it was his 3830 post!!! lol..! "The independent state of me!" Remember that?  lol!
« Last Edit: 02/04/2008 05:03:43 by Karen W. »
 

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« Reply #16 on: 02/04/2008 04:54:41 »
LOL...I do remember. :D
 

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« Reply #17 on: 02/04/2008 05:04:06 »
my first post was a topic that I had had burning inside my head for quite some time before I joined the forum, here it is:

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as the newest member of this forum, i'd like to propose a theory of mine.

if nuclear fusion in the sun is done by the center of atoms touching, releasing energy and making heavier elements, and black holes are the most dense things in the universe, would it mean black holes use fusion too?  it is possible, because the black hole would just bring in the light that it releases, and possibly suck in heat as well.

in Beyond the Cosmos by Dr. Hugh Ross, he mentions an Ultranova, which is a powerful explosion that would of blown us away if it were in the same half of our galaxy.  could an Ultranova be the death of a black hole?  is it possible, since the black hole is so dense, that when it dies, things might possibly go faster than light?

something to chew on for you  :)
 

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« Reply #18 on: 02/04/2008 05:05:11 »
Those old posts bring back great memories.. LOL! I sure miss some of the girls!
 

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« Reply #19 on: 02/04/2008 05:07:26 »
my first post was a topic that I had had burning inside my head for quite some time before I joined the forum, here it is:

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as the newest member of this forum, i'd like to propose a theory of mine.

if nuclear fusion in the sun is done by the center of atoms touching, releasing energy and making heavier elements, and black holes are the most dense things in the universe, would it mean black holes use fusion too?  it is possible, because the black hole would just bring in the light that it releases, and possibly suck in heat as well.

in Beyond the Cosmos by Dr. Hugh Ross, he mentions an Ultranova, which is a powerful explosion that would of blown us away if it were in the same half of our galaxy.  could an Ultranova be the death of a black hole?  is it possible, since the black hole is so dense, that when it dies, things might possibly go faster than light?

something to chew on for you  :)

Great post Science guy... You is a regular smart kinda guy! ;) ;D..Glad your Back!
 

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« Reply #20 on: 02/04/2008 05:46:05 »
Mine was something about monopoly and how to play it...


I started in the shallow end and there I shall stay.
 

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« Reply #21 on: 02/04/2008 06:00:55 »
Mine was somewhere in the Zeta thread I believe, but it was some 25,540 + posts ago as I lost about 5000 posts in a couple Zeta threads!
 

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« Reply #22 on: 02/04/2008 08:04:49 »
LOL.. The computer never lies my friend! ;D

Compare the date of that post with the date I joined. Do you honestly think I could have remained silent for a month?
 

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« Reply #23 on: 02/04/2008 09:23:27 »
my first post was a topic that I had had burning inside my head for quite some time before I joined the forum, here it is:

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as the newest member of this forum, i'd like to propose a theory of mine.

if nuclear fusion in the sun is done by the center of atoms touching, releasing energy and making heavier elements, and black holes are the most dense things in the universe, would it mean black holes use fusion too?  it is possible, because the black hole would just bring in the light that it releases, and possibly suck in heat as well.

in Beyond the Cosmos by Dr. Hugh Ross, he mentions an Ultranova, which is a powerful explosion that would of blown us away if it were in the same half of our galaxy.  could an Ultranova be the death of a black hole?  is it possible, since the black hole is so dense, that when it dies, things might possibly go faster than light?

something to chew on for you  :)

Yayyyyyyyyyy ;D
 

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« Reply #24 on: 02/04/2008 09:24:37 »
LOL.. The computer never lies my friend! ;D

Compare the date of that post with the date I joined. Do you honestly think I could have remained silent for a month?

Yes *Nods vigorously* ;D
 

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