Who are you, what brought you here, where are you coming from, when were you made aware of AU, why did you decide to join...
No, I think my work is not presentable because you can see in my posts that I have not drafted a paragraph properly and same is the case with my urdu.
I have already checked it, but I do not think so that it is good translator anyhow thanks for your suggestion.
I am in the same boat virtually as you except I have to learn both Ukrainian and Russian and I know the translator engines do have their short comings but they help me communicate with both my Ukrainian wife and my friends when I am back in Australia.
So do not be afraid to use them! They can be fiddly and slightly time consuming.
But you can get your message across.
ha ha ha ha i haven't worried about paragraphs in 20 years. secret just let it out. if we cant understand something, we'll just ask, right guys?
I will dear Carl, thanks for your encouragement.
I have a long history of exploring the nature of my existence. Its been a journey of almost 60yrs now. Seeking out knowledge and gaining experience in life has taken me through many different stages of evolution which has led me to who and where I am today. As of today, I am agnostic leaning toward atheist, only because I want to leave a little room for the possibility of something beyond this life, whatever that may be, certainly not what religions have conjured up. I believe in Darwins theory and quantum physics as facts, and, the truth that science reveals to us.
Good to read your intro, Mike. Nice to meet you!
Hi Michael, good you're here, glad to make your acquaintance.
welcome michael. i dont believe quantum physics. i dont believe what i cant understand until i can use it for something
Why don't you "believe" in quantum physics, Carl? And why would you use as a criterion for believing in something whether you understand it or can use it for something? I'm a scientist and I don't understand many things, but if other scientists build a body of evidence in fields other than mine, that I can't understand clearly, why would I believe it they are talking about facts supported by evidence.
Anyway, since you mention you will believe if you can use it for something, how about transistors? Have you ever used something with transistors? A radio perhaps? What about a laser? And what about the computer you are using to join the fun at AU? All of these wouldn't exist if all we had was classical physics. All of these practical developments would not exist without some understanding of quantum mechanics (you can read more about it here, at a UCLA physics site). The Wikipedia article on quantum mechanics is actually pretty good. Check it out, it's fun, too!
Richard Feynman once said: If you think that you understand quantum mechanics, then you DON'T understand quantum mechanics!
oh ok i believe it now, heh heh, so thats why we talk of bugs in our computers...moths in our vacuume tubes!!!!