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PostPosted: Sat May 30, '09, 12:01 am 
A 16 year old has solved a math puzzle that has been unsolved for over 300 years, and it only took him 4 months to do it:

http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,522 ... latestnews


Wow!!!!!!!!!! :clap:


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PostPosted: Sat May 30, '09, 1:35 pm 
Truly amazing :)


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PostPosted: Sun May 31, '09, 2:14 am 
I bet the teachers that didn't believe he had done it are thinking they should have taken it more seriously now. He's probably going to go on to do a lot of famous work and they could have had some positive association with that.

The whole thing just goes to show that anyone can solve a mystery if they have the dedication to do it.


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PostPosted: Sun May 31, '09, 8:03 am 
Smart kid


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PostPosted: Sun May 31, '09, 1:34 pm 
Thoul wrote:I bet the teachers that didn't believe he had done it are thinking they should have taken it more seriously now. He's probably going to go on to do a lot of famous work and they could have had some positive association with that.

The whole thing just goes to show that anyone can solve a mystery if they have the dedication to do it.


You know, something like this puzzle being solved after being unsolvable for such a long time, really gives me hope that somehow, someday, there will be someone to come along and solve or find a cure for all these incurable diseases we have now such as Cancer, AIDS, etc. Someday, it just might happen.


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PostPosted: Wed Jun 17, '09, 3:56 am 
The cure, or cures rather, for most types of cancer have been oppressed and hidden by the likes of the AMA (American Medical Association) for decades because there's virtually no profit in curing the disease. None of the cures work overnight, but to acknowledge them would bring a collapse to the the bulk of the cancer treatment institutes.

AIDS Is also cureable, but there again the cure is so stupidly simple and inexpensive that there's no money in it. Remember, AIDS is a virus, not a disease, it's possible to actually cure a person of a virus in a matter of weeks, provided it isn't some rare fatal within hours one like Ebola.

In the fileds of trauma treatment there's all kinds of advancements and imrpovements being made constantly. The reason medical establishments so eagerly accept and implement these sort of advancements is because a patient who was physically injured who gets patched up quickly is more likely to pay their bills.

Diseased,infected, otherwise considered terminally ill patients on the other hand can be milked as cash cows for profits pretty much as long as they live, provided they're never completely cured. If they were to cure the patient that would be the end of that income and some nomical fee is about all the doctor/hospital system would ever get to collect.

At the end of the day though most diseases can be attributed to really bad eating habits. Diabietes is from a prolonged diet of foods and drinks high in sugar. Alzhiemers is the result from prolonged doses of Aluminum, primarily originating from canned drinks and foods cooked in aluminum cookwear. Many of the more common forms of Cancer can be attributed to use and/or exposure to Tobacco products. High blood pressure can be caused by diets rich in salt.

Essentially there are three powers that be who actively supress and hide cures from the public: hospital systems, doctors (AMA), and the pharmaceutical industry. All three of which reap huge profits from treating, not curing, patients.


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PostPosted: Sun Jun 21, '09, 6:18 am 
It was great to see someone who actually did something incredible on the news. Unfortunately the next day we got the Beat Box Queen whose story stayed in the news for a couple of days unlike the teenager who solved this puzzle. -_-0


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