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# PkMnTrainer Yellow

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1. May 28th, 2010 07:41 AM
Richard Lynch
Oi vey, that does sound like an awful class. I've never had a really bad class... except Senior Seminar my last semester. The teacher was a biochemist, which is essentially the complete opposite of a physical chemist (which I consider myself). It was torture having to read biochemistry articles.

And that's actually a decent by-the-book definition of a limit! Essentially, if you have a function, say [f(x) = 1/x], x obviously can not be 0, by basic rules of mathematics. But what if it *could* be zero? That's a limit. Basically just approximation, say, taking x closer and closer to zero (such as, x = 0.000001, 0.00000001, and so on), and you get an converging value. Limits are so important because they're truly the foundation of calculus.

Derivatives are simply finding the slope of a single point of a curve (this is done by taking the slope of two points, the difference being "delta x", or dx, and the difference for y being dy, and you take the limit as dx --> 0, recalling that the equation of the slope, in this case, is the ever-famous dy/dx). Integration is finding the area under a curve, and this is done by making boxes within the curve with a width dx, summing them all up and taking the limit as dx --> 0). Those two things are the woodworking of calculus, but observe that they're both limits! And, as I always say, since limits are theoretical "what if's", then all of calculus is really in theory (because recall, for example, the slope being [lim @ dx-->0 (dy/dx)], dx can't "really" be 0), and that's what's so interesting about calculus, in my opinion!

I've spent so much time in a lab-oriented atmosphere that I virtually forget what it's like to be in a traditional class. I kind of miss it; luckily, my teacher for Inorganic Chem taught in a very traditional, lecturing way. It was very refreshing, since most of my department taught by a method pioneered by our Organic teacher called "POGIL").
2. May 28th, 2010 05:52 AM
RTHookers
I heard she's been talking 'bout your Mewtwo lately.
3. May 28th, 2010 01:53 AM
RTHookers
4. May 27th, 2010 05:03 PM
Richard Lynch
Oh, well, thank you. I used to be a hard core debater in high school with both politics and religion. I stopped debating politics because I quickly learned there is no "right" side, just "less bad". But I still debate religion. It's always entertaining to me when I force a self-proclaimed always-right attitude to reduce himself to petty attacks to get in that last word when they obviously have been shown who's boss. haha. It's the cornerstone of any recreational debater.

And I doubt you did much calculus in an Algebra class... once you start hearing about functions, and especially limits, you know you're learning calculus. Functions are the foundation, but limits, derivatives and integrals are the framework. Algebra just fits them all together. And when you apply all those things to the real world, what do you get? Science! :-D

I never tried to learn Japanese. I took two years of German, a year of Latin, and have studied Russian and French on my own. Mathematics will always be my language of choice! It is, after all, the only universal language, no?
5. May 27th, 2010 04:11 PM
Richard Lynch
Truth be told, I didn't like math until senior year, when I took trigonometry. And look at me now: I came one course short of a math minor (made it to Differential Equations, AKA Calculus 4). And let me tell you, Calculus is easy... Algebra is hard. If you're good at Algebra, then you've got 60% of Calculus down. I remember in DiffEQ, I WISHED I could just integrate. But noooo, I had to do Laplace transforms and partial fraction decomposition... it sucked.

That's very good, being able to make it through that much work. I finished my Chem major in three years... it was tough, but rewarding! So you don't plan to go to college? Really, if you want to advance in anything, you'll want at least some kind of bachelors degree (I'm a BS activist, as there are so few science majors out there, but a BA will get you places too).
6. May 27th, 2010 03:32 PM
Richard Lynch
Goodness, I sure hope psychology/sociology doesn't count as a science (sorry, I majored in Chemistry, I can't bring myself to accept a social science on par with our level of things... no physical scientist can :p). But let me tell you, if you plan to go to college, Physics will look good on ANY transcript, even if you're planning to major in English or something. That's what I tell all the pre-med Biology students who fear even saying the dreaded word "physics". Even Conceptual Physics (ie, not as math-oriented) would look good over no Physics.
7. May 27th, 2010 03:16 PM
Richard Lynch
Oh, of course. I think its a basic human compulsion to help people when they need it. But you can never go into helping someone (with psychological issues, mind you) thinking that you'll be the deciding factor. Because that will always rest in the hands of the other person. Either someone will listen, or they won't.
8. May 27th, 2010 02:22 PM
Richard Lynch
It's actually from the movie "Misery", and is ironically said by the villain. But it's always stuck with me! haha.

And I think you can help others indirectly. You can help others help themselves, since in essence (with psychology), the only person who can truly "help" you is you, no?
9. May 27th, 2010 11:15 AM
RTHookers
Blue > Yellow.
Still like Yellow, it was the hardest league despite my Dugtrio and three birds along with Pikachu kicking everything's ass there.
10. May 27th, 2010 11:11 AM
Richard Lynch
I do think that's the case. I agree, we are a social species, but personally, I do enjoy my me time. In fact, I'm often most content when I'm by myself. See, everyone puts on a face in front of others; it's natural. We put on a different face when we're with friends, coworkers, bosses, parents and teachers, no matter how minute that face may be. It's when we're alone that we're truly "who we are", no holds bar. I feel that if you're not content with who you truly are, then a social life is very difficult. I guess, in a way, it's breaking the barrier to the best of our abilities between those various facades we put on, you know?
11. May 27th, 2010 10:55 AM
Richard Lynch
"If you can't enjoy your own company, what good company are you for anyone else?"?

haha, that's actually from an old movie I saw. Not sure if it has any origins. But you don't agree with it? Why?
12. May 27th, 2010 02:46 AM
Fox♠
Have a cup of "Jesus H christ grow up you're not in my league"
13. May 26th, 2010 05:29 PM
mew²
Yeahh haha.
Yellow is my favorite PokeSpecial character!
And nice to meet you(:
14. May 26th, 2010 05:07 PM
mew²
Mhm :3
But Yellow is better(:
15. May 26th, 2010 04:54 PM
Fox♠
Point out where I ever hinted that at said angle you could survive. I said you would have to completely botch the angle, therefore it wouldn't even be the same thing. You clearly have 0 understanding of guns and just as little understanding of physics, the human body and how to debate properly. Go away, do some research and grow up. A lot.

Biography
I'm Marin, a dedicated roleplayer and gamer. I also arrange video game music in various styles (mostly 8 bit, SNES style, or orchestral) as a hobby. I was born with a crippling social-mental disability that pretty much caused a trainwreck of problems the moment I set foot in a public school. Luckily, I've since had the opportunity to get diagnosed and get the help I needed to... compensate for my limitations to some degree. Emphasis on the fact that I was never really cured in any sense of the word.

Needless to say, I have quite the life story that has left me with a lot of... interesting quirks. I won't assume you want to hear about any of that, though. I have a natural fondness for the English language and have been told, and I wouldn't disagree with them, that I seem to have an abnormally high understanding of vocabulary.

If you had to ask me, and I had to put all my modesty aside and answer in an objective manner though, I'd say my greatest strength is probably perseverance.

I consider myself a very social person, and I'm all about love n' hugs and *cough*pwning noobs and stealing their lunch money*Clears throat* stuff like that. (...Some people aren't. o-o;)
Interests
Video Games, Roleplay, Socializing
Location
East Coast, USA
Gender
Female ♀
Nature
Sassy
Also Known As
Marin / Mari
Favorite Pokémon
Zapdos
Dragonite
Eelektross
Haxorus
Gengar
Cohagrigus
X&Y In-Game Name
Marin
• Claims
Songs
• Keiichi Suzuki - Mother 2: Gyiyg Strikes Back [Album] (PkMnTrainer Yellow)
• Team Shanghai Alice - U.N. Owen Was Her (PkMnTrainer Yellow)
• Inti Creates - Soul Ablaze (PkMnTrainer Yellow)
• Friend Safari Fields
You know what this is.
Type
Dragon
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 Emblem Showcase - 10 Total Emblem Now you're awesome! Still not happening, but thanks for playing! (For participating in a gaming event of the PokéCommunity Get-Together 7) Awarded: August 21st, 2010 10:15 PM E3-11 You nerded out to the 2011 E3 Expo! Awarded: June 7th, 2011 02:05 PM Bros & Ho-Ohs You've passed initiation and are now part of Skymin's crew. Awarded: December 9th, 2011 01:56 PM Marvelous Game Master Only the most helpful, the most organised, the most friendly and the best game masters get this emblem. Awarded: April 9th, 2012 06:35 AM Hopelessly Helpful Roleplayer They may not be the best writer, but these players certainly are active, keen to help and always a pleasure to have aboard a team. Awarded: April 9th, 2012 06:35 AM The Right Direction With the knowledge and skills, you were able to successfully help every new user that needs a helping hand. Congratulations! (Adoption Center Mentor) Awarded: May 17th, 2012 12:13 PM PC Veteran These old folks have been around for far too long but we love them anyway. Awarded: September 25th, 2012 06:40 AM The Power of One Maybe you couldn't attend every movie but at least you got to feel the power of one! (PCX Movie Nights) Awarded: November 17th, 2012 07:19 PM #thepokecommunity was glad to have you Thanks for participating in the fun at #tpc during PCX! Awarded: November 18th, 2012 03:21 AM The Best Roleplayer This player is the greatest player who seem to be awesome at everything they do (oh, how we envy them!). Awarded: March 25th, 2013 11:19 PM

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# Marin's Guide to Roleplayer's Etiquette

(Please note that this article contains multiple examples that assume a pokemon roleplay. All concepts found here are universal however and still apply.)

Contents
1) Competitive vs Cooperative Mindset
2) Interacting with other roleplayers
A) Post Order and Bunnying
B) Combat, God Modding, and Character Death
C) Dealing with disagreements
D) Meta-Gaming and Pre-Planning
E) Post Length
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