And the degree is mine
Friday, April 29, 2005

Just check my unofficial grades (they become official when the senate approves them), and I've passed them all!

And that seals it. I now have the equivalent of a 3-yr degree in math. Whether I continue on depends on my physical location after the summer which isn't really determined at the moment (and that's an understatement).

I could actually make a case to get into grad. school right now (I already have a diploma in computer programming), but I'd rather go into math or physics rather than computer science. This I might do though as I'm getting to old.

We'll see what the future brings. Knock on wood ;)


Friday, April 29, 2005 6:08 PM


Thanks all :)

Yes, my first choice would be physics. There are alot of questions that I have in some areas, namely, General Relativity, Quantum Gravity and Quantum Computation. The latter of which I could go into if I went into Computer Science as well.

All is really dependant on where I'm living in Sept. Which at the moment is unknown (the wife's contract ends at the end of Aug. next position unknown).

So, it's going to be a stressful couple months.

*sheilds glass from confetti and drinks in celebration with his fellow Browncoats*

Friday, April 29, 2005 5:17 PM


If life permits you graduate level physics, then perhaps Quantum gravitational theory? Then, over beers and single malt scotch (on me, of course), I can try to extract from you, in layperson's terms, ie., using words of three syllables or less, what the heck it all means.

Congrats, sir,
cozen (fellow Cdn. B/coat)

Friday, April 29, 2005 8:43 AM



*sigh* Math, I used to love math. I think you should do physics! I've always been interested in physics.

*raises a celebratory glass for SigmaNunki* cheers!


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