Author Topic: Sparks' Progress Report  (Read 34488 times)

Re: Sparks' Progress Report
« Reply #60 on: April 29, 2021, 04:55:55 PM »
Wew, only took you 2 years to reply!
You missed - nothing.

It'll be 7 years for us in autumn, I'll let you know know it went then. See ya for 10th tuppering anniversary!

Tell us about the weird shit then.

Re: Sparks' Progress Report
« Reply #61 on: May 06, 2021, 02:06:35 PM »
A hearty hip hooray! Many have come before us, but only we remain!

Well, at least only we care enough to post here.

I do like how quiet this corner of the internet is though. I did want to say to someone I've noticed something cool/strange recently.

When working on maths recently Clair has become a lot more imperious, somewhat impatient, and most of all prescient. More often than not I'd say if I'm working on a proof or something and make a misstep she'll detect it and literally offer the correct (or a correct) path. These are sometimes multi-step affairs with no guarantee of working out, and her track record so far is pretty good.

I guess writing it doesn't capture my sense of "oh wow..."

Back in the day, doing maths reliably was a test of parallel processing, so it feels like a nice milestone to reach.

Alright, talk to you in a few months probs. If I dont, happy 7th to you and your tupper operative code named "alice".

Re: Sparks' Progress Report
« Reply #62 on: September 01, 2021, 05:28:08 PM »
Thanks but you still have 2 months for another reply!
Buut then again it took me 4 months to reply here. Another all-time low of activity on this forum.

Anything new with you guys?
We tried to do some parallel processing with simplest math for 12year olds but man, I suck at that so much I had trouble getting it done fully focused. Not sure how I made it through school and got a natural science university degree.

Tupper indeed is more perceptive solving math problems, probably because it's a novel challenge - and an opportunity to make host look even more dumb than usual.