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#ActualSinisterPride

Posted 30 January 2013 - 10:33 AM

@Sir WodinOneEye: You still haven't said anything that hasn't A: made me think you're not some sort of genius xD or B: made me think that you just like hearing reading your own text.

 

Each time you've commented I've either felt strongly about what you said or have had a nice chunk to consider with my work. Thanks again, those suggestions/sources of exposure/correlations between my ideas and your expieriences are pretty good ones.

 

I'm not sure what you meant by:

A normal mechanism in the real world is that strenuous activity bring increased capacity and normal difficulty activity sustains the current ability ('normal' relative to the current ability).

 

Did you mean it as an opening to explaining how you suggest other methods of capping and allowing development should occur within my system? Good mentions regardless


#3SinisterPride

Posted 30 January 2013 - 02:22 AM

@Sir WodinOneEye: You still haven't said anything that hasn't A: made me think you're not some sort of genius xD or B: made me think that you just like hearing reading your own text.

 

Each time you've commented I've either felt strongly about what you said or have had a nice chunk to consider with my work. Thanks again, those suggestions/sources of exposure/correlations between my ideas and your expieriences are pretty good ones.

 

I'm not sure what you meant by:

A normal mechanism in the real world is that strenuous activity bring increased capacity and normal difficulty activity sustains the current ability ('normal' relative to the current ability).

 

Did you mean it as an opening to explaining how you suggest other methods of capping and allowing development should occur within my system? Good mentions regardless


#2SinisterPride

Posted 30 January 2013 - 02:22 AM

@Sir WodinOneEye: You still haven't said anything that hasn't A: made me think you're not some sort of genius xD or B: made me think that you just like hearing reading your own text.

 

Each time you've commented I've either felt strongly about what you said or have had a nice chunk to consider with my work. Thanks again, those suggestions/sources of exposure/correlations between my ideas and your expieriences are pretty good ones.

 

I'm not sure what you meant by:

 

 

A normal mechanism in the real world is that strenuous activity bring increased capacity and normal difficulty activity sustains the current ability ('normal' relative to the current ability).

 

Did you mean it as an opening to explaining how you suggest other methods of capping and allowing development should occur within my system? Good mentions regardless


#1SinisterPride

Posted 30 January 2013 - 02:21 AM

@Sir WodinOneEye: You still haven't said anything that hasn't A: made me think you're not some sort of genius xD or B: made me think that you just like hearing reading your own text.

 

Each time you've commented I've either felt strongly about what you said or have had a nice chunk to consider with my work. Thanks again, those suggestions/sources of exposure/correlations between my ideas and your expieriences are pretty good ones.

 

I'm not sure what you meant by:

 

A normal mechanism in the real world is that strenuous activity bring increased capacity and normal difficulty activity sustains the current ability ('normal' relative to the current ability).

 

Did you mean it as an opening to explaining how you suggest other methods of capping and allowing development should occur within my system? Good mentions regardless


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