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Thread: How has your PhD changed you?

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28-Apr-10, 22:00
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Ok Dispatcher, I didn't mean it in a disrespctful way to Cleaners or any other human beings! I mean that at first instance you might think that only researchers can help you, but that is not true, every one can help.
I'm always nice to every one, which is why the cleaner offered to help me, but what I was bad it is making connections. Forgive my language, I still need to imporve my writing skills. Again, my deepest apologies if you think that I am offending any one. :$



You got a Basic Flaw in your perception M8. It is called Superiority Complex

Thread: How has your PhD changed you?

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28-Apr-10, 21:44
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I respect the power of networking to get information, and value that even a cleaner can help you with your work
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(Even) a Cleaner...What do you mean by that..........................................
Believe me you Still can be a Lower Grade Human Being than a Cleaner. Don't disrespect people by their occupation. They might not have the same facilities you had and privileged to born with a Golden Spoon in your Mouth. You can rephrase that 'everyone in a society has a positive role to play, only if they do what they get paid in the best possible manner:-s

Thread: Funding MSc Mechanical engineering

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28-Apr-10, 15:52
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TRY EPSRC website, best ask your University. There are also charities who provide funds for UK residents and in some cases for overseas residents. Universities have all information like that.. I have also known people funded by ESF.

Thread: How has your PhD changed you?

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28-Apr-10, 13:50
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Walminski, What we all have Endeavored here means that we are trying to use our Intellect at full Throttle. I think it affects the Structure and Functionality of our Minds. I never Intended to start PhD as a platform for financial gains. Like some other people I also think I am Unemployable. The Increased Functionality of a Brain could make Physical matters more Pellucid and in turn could develop an Attitude of Zero Tolerance towards Nonsense. This could Perforce us to Seek Hide Outs or in developing a sort of Cocoon around our selves because we may feel Vulnerable. The Society out there does not work solely on Intellect, it is a realistic world where Networking Counts more. The Enlightenment of 3rd Eye can also Crucify us which is the Ultimate destiny anyway. Its a complex matter. For me there are very few people who are directly connected to my Welfare. I feel free in that Sense. I do Exercise to test my Perseverance and even to my limits. Same is with the mind as well. But that does not make me Attractive to other People. At least, I am happy that I am not doing any harm to anyone and engaged in a Positive Activity. I am keeping myself fit to see the Nature with an Open Eye, without any bias and with a Zero Reference or State of Mind. But the zero bias is what would make us annoying personalities as well as far as other people are concerned. Take good care of your selves you all Chaps there, avoid un-necessary medication or drugs and Eat/Sleep properly at least 9 hours everyday coz you are restructuring your brains with all hard work and Research and it needs fuel to do that...(up)

Thread: Your First Few Weeks?

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27-Apr-10, 21:06
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And I did not even know where my room was as it took 3 months by my research group to allocate funds and after all that wait i got a shittest computer in the whole world ...believe me a 15inch CRT monitor. The cats in my dep got more fatter....

Thread: London Marathon a Scam or A Life long Experience.

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27-Apr-10, 21:01
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Hi, I walk when rest of the folks are asleep:$ Its usually between 9.30-11.30pm or 4.30-6.30 am. I don't know how to swim as i was put off by a m8 who always pees in the swimming pools:-s When I get down to a decent bmi I will start running again dont want to run b4 i can walk...lol

Thread: London Marathon a Scam or A Life long Experience.

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27-Apr-10, 18:30
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Sneaks Its ofcourse none of my business but did you had an accident or something?. There are various varieties of impact absorbing shoes available containing air and even gel. I guess walking is as good as jogging. I lost like 15kgs in 4 months by walking 12000steps a day.

Thread: London Marathon a Scam or A Life long Experience.

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27-Apr-10, 18:19
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True thats really a good question and that's how a free society would be like. Not the ones who have their pockets full could have only ran.
Thats a basic entertainment even denied for the poors.
Sneaks! Do you get tired physically or you get shortness of breath?

Thread: Do your friends/family read your papers?

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27-Apr-10, 16:22
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Surely he would have Bilbo(up) ......?

Thread: Do your friends/family read your papers?

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27-Apr-10, 16:15
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I wont try to humiliate my parents(if they were still alive) by giving them a PhD thesis/paper to read...:$ unless they have PhDs themselves.


People don't need PhDs to read my papers or thesis. I'm a history student, and my writing is very accessible.

And my parents asked for hard-bound copies of my thesis. They might just have been to sit on the bookshelf, but they're both keen to read them as well, and are happily charging through.



Surely they wont be happy reading something like this ofcourse...lol
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_equation

Thread: London Marathon a Scam or A Life long Experience.

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27-Apr-10, 15:53
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Thanks Sneaks for that(up)

Thread: The One Goal Thread

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27-Apr-10, 15:51
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Goal 1 : Make my Supervisor reply to my emails.
Goal 2 : Agree a final research topic with him.
Goal 3 : Go to PG office and ask for an agreed signed proposal.
Goal 4 : Celebrate the success so far and free pints to everyone in Big Horse Brew Pub

Thread: London Marathon a Scam or A Life long Experience.

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27-Apr-10, 15:44
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OOPS thanks ESKA without Knees and Ankles I would feel like standing on two long sticks:$ Is there any method to check whether there is enough lubrication(mobil oil or whatever) present in between two moving parts(knee joint) or is there any supplement to top it up?
What about giving 2k to a charity do you think that goes to people who it was intended to. One friend of mine gets paid 35k with a charity to balance out the income etc...i really feel so (down) when sometimes charities are not doing what they were supposed to. Should we believe what we see on tele?????

Thread: Deadline for acceptance of offers

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27-Apr-10, 15:24
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People make rules to suit them m8. It does not mean these are fair. The distance buying consumer right applies to Universities as well.
Your subscription/purchase for that course will only start when you are physically there to start the course. If not you are not liable for droping it b4 start for all sort of reasons. I pursued two county court cases myself and the judge told the other party that 'its his job to decide whether the rule you had made was fair or not' so such a case will fall out of the court doors if pursued against you in the first 5 minutes.

Thread: Your First Few Weeks?

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27-Apr-10, 14:52
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Comeon Pal I still dont know what i am doing after 1.5 years and 2 six months breaks. I will recommend to be strict and choose a final topic asap many supervisors deny that to keep them in safe grounds but for your own benefit do it as logically as you can.
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