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This is supposed to be a thread in which everyone admits the real reason why they started using this site and how they came across it (particularly if it is a funny anecdote). So, who shall begin?
ok... i had to do a biology assignment and i came across this site while i was looking for differences between phagocytes and lymphocytes. Unfortunately, nobody answered until it was too late...
hmmm i came across this wonderful site when i was doing a little research on some topic related to genetics and this was pretty exciting
i didnt post any questions though till prety long times but a few postst by other people on some threads were pretty interesting and showed me different angles and points of view to the problem perhaps that i would have never imagined.
of them particualrly one of the posts by jonmoulton
lol its very funny though that jackbean joined just like 9 hours before me and has been so lot more acive than me... hmm maybe it was becase of those 9 hours. jackbean what did you do in those 9 hours tore the net apart posting so much stuff lol
@jackbean what am i seeing ....
you didnt join in november noways....
impossible... maybe i maybe be wrong
but i think thats a wonderful display of mod power
it isn't what you do that matters but it is how you do it
I was studying for horticulture which is taught by a 1,000 year old man who doesn't explain any definitions. I was googling the definitions of the plant words and found this site and was like "OMG i'm home!" =p
"There is no adequate defense, except stupidity, against the impact of a new idea."
— Percy Williams Bridgman, US physicist
I came across this site, while looking up the answers in genesis ark encounter, don't ask me why it came up, it just came up. Since then I have had very many interesting conversations, and I thank everyone who has taken the time to comment back.
"The scientific establishment bears a grisly resemblance to the Spanish Inquisition"-D. Gould
I took a teaching class that required me to join an online community. I struck out with all the science teacher forums, so I opted for a purely science forum. Hasn't helped with the class, but it makes for good reading (and some laughs).
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