EstuansInterius
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Apr 25, 1993 (Age: 27)
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EstuansInterius

Ira vehementi, 27, from Maryland

EstuansInterius was last seen:
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    1. Killbot608
      Killbot608
      happy birthday EI, i barely know you but we conflicted in a debate at some point
    2. EstuansInterius
      EstuansInterius
      I'm about to turn 16.

      Are you really taking credit for developing independently a substantial portion of QM at 8 or 9? I'm afraid I don't believe you.

      As far as my academic achievements go, some of the more significant are that I took Calculus I in 7th grade, Calculus II in 8th grade, and Calculus III in 9th grade. My respective grades were B+, A, and A+.

      I derived loads of little mathematical tools applicable to mathematical analysis and the real world, and I also derived large portions of Calculus on my own (before being introduced to them), but I don't claim to be Newton's equal.
    3. anonymous
      anonymous
      hmm when i was 9 or 10 a figured out all Fermon model of universe , and then i read about them...weird isnt it?
    4. anonymous
      anonymous
      how old are you ?
    5. EstuansInterius
      EstuansInterius
      lol... I don't have my own "theories". I am merely a student of the theories of others. I have come up with a few mathematical formulae though. I have one for modeling income for multiple businesses in a small town engaging in price wars, and how to win the prices wars :P I have another for predicting the probable winner in sports as the competition progresses (it's actually perfect for betting mid-horse race).

      Also, I proved a Diophantine equation proposed by Fermat. The proof was lost, but Euler proved it. I think my proof is closer to the original.
    6. anonymous
      anonymous
      so what are your new theories - i have bunch of ideas about time and gravitation - i am doing research on Gravity now... :p
    7. EstuansInterius
      EstuansInterius
      @Senekha: No; I simply enjoy Carmina Burana :) I would like to take Latin, but I don't really have much time in my schedule, and if I were going to, I should have started it earlier.
    8. Senekha
      Senekha
      Dicesne Latin(us)?
    9. anonymous
      anonymous
      hey it looks like you are into physics.. me too, i have bunch of theorems, i am sorry to be offensive , i cant explain why ( i just dont know how to in english) but most of your ideas is half BS
    10. EstuansInterius
      EstuansInterius
      Thank you all!
    11. Raraldor
      Raraldor
      hey welcome to TFF
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    Birthday:
    Apr 25, 1993 (Age: 27)
    Location:
    Maryland
    Occupation:
    Student
    I enjoy writing science fiction and fantasy, but I like to read mostly historical realistic fiction. I enjoy math, the outdoors in general, music, and other stuff.

    Reading, writing, biking, jogging, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, playing chess, listening to music, philosophy, number theory, playing the violin

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