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03-07-2013, 10:29 PM
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WOW. i used to be a pitbull back then. HAHAHA.


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Posted: 5/6/04 11:49 PM
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I think you simply hate the fact that not only Japanese on the average are mathematically far superior to Americans and Europeans but also that Japanese judoka have won 60.34% of all the gold medals in HW divisions in Olympics and World Judo Championship. I guess you have been taught by brain-washers that Japanese are inferior to Europeans and Americans both physically and intellectually. You already wrote that Oriental culture has no formal logic or analytical thinking, and that Japanese cannot dominate in HW divisions in judo because they are shorter than Europeans. You are angry at me precisely because I debunked all of your false beliefs completely.

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03-07-2013, 10:32 PM
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Quote: That is true. My brother-in-law lives in NYC and knows many Japanese celebrities. He said he has never heard of any Japanese who comes to US for a medical treatment. “Most procedures can be adequately done in Japan, or even Korea, China, or Africa for that matter, but the United States leads the world in many types of experimental medicine and cutting-edge procedures.”. That is true, but Japan also leads the world in many types of experimental medicine and cutting-edge procedures. “In addition, his choice of using a normal standard deviation does nothing to change the most important statistic on his site: the average height.”. The average height of a sample always differs from the population average. The difference between the sample average and the population average cannot be determined by any means. Only a conjecture can be made assuming that the height distribution of the population is perfectly normal (that is, ignoring the deviation from the normality. There are infinitely many types of deviation from the normality.). The shape of the height distribution of the population cannot be determined unless the height of every member of the population is accurately measured and recorded.

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03-07-2013, 10:33 PM
Post: #33
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Pdeking is truly a badass.

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03-07-2013, 10:35 PM
Post: #34
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Quote:From: pdeking 1
Posted: 5/6/04 10:20 PM
Edited: 06-May-04 10:28 PM Member Since: 01/01/2001
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Most users of statistical tools, including scientists and engineers, are not aware of this fact that is known by professional mathematicians. As far as my colleagues and I have seen, over 70% of the data analysis published in internationally well known journals in biology, medicine, economics, chemistry, physics, and engineering, are fundamentally wrong. Professional mathematicians are those who create new knowledge in math. Detecting technical errors made by a non-mathematician is a piece of cake for professional mathematicians. The average is blindly worshipped by non-mathematicians. In the real world, nothing is normally distributed. The statistics shown in the website shows an overly simplified world in which everything in nature is normally distributed. The most important deference between Elementary Statistics and Advanced Statistics is in Error Analysis which makes use of Functional Analysis that is absolutely impossible for non-mathematicians to understand. Obviously, the author of the website has no knowledge of Functional Analysis. He is one of those who worship normal distributions.

he's totally right about this.

Mandelbrot gets into this as well. most things don't follow a normal distribution.

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03-07-2013, 10:36 PM
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these old threads feel so distant now, like they happened in a past life.
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03-07-2013, 10:37 PM
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Quote: Koreans eating dogs has absolutely no relevance to medical advancements being made in Korea nowadays. I also point out that eating beef, which is common in the West (even if you consider the West as the most civilized place in the world), is considered an act of barbarism in most part of India.

HAHAHA

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03-07-2013, 10:38 PM (This post was last modified: 03-07-2013 10:39 PM by CTsar.)
Post: #37
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(03-07-2013 10:37 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
Quote: Koreans eating dogs has absolutely no relevance to medical advancements being made in Korea nowadays. I also point out that eating beef, which is common in the West (even if you consider the West as the most civilized place in the world), is considered an act of barbarism in most part of India.

HAHAHA

lol

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Posted: 5/4/04 8:46 AM
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Here is a read on karoshi: http://www.apmforum.com/columns/boye51.htm If you have time in your career, I suggest you work a year in China, Japan, Korea, France, England, Spain, and the US. As many as you can. You'll realize just how miserable life is in China, Japan, and Korea when you're working 100 hours a week (I'm talking about a prestigious white-collar job). Europe is the best place to work. 6 weeks of vacations a year and 35 hours a week? Can't beat that.

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03-07-2013, 10:39 PM
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(03-07-2013 10:36 PM)CTsar Wrote:  these old threads feel so distant now, like they happened in a past life.

Yes. the world was still different back then.

I would say things really started to get homogenized around 2006-2007.. not just IN MMA, but all around the world. the internet was reaching saturation point.

It's still nice to relive these moments though.

pure passion.

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03-07-2013, 10:41 PM
Post: #39
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(03-07-2013 10:38 PM)CTsar Wrote:  
(03-07-2013 10:37 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
Quote: Koreans eating dogs has absolutely no relevance to medical advancements being made in Korea nowadays. I also point out that eating beef, which is common in the West (even if you consider the West as the most civilized place in the world), is considered an act of barbarism in most part of India.

HAHAHA

lol

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Here is a read on karoshi: http://www.apmforum.com/columns/boye51.htm If you have time in your career, I suggest you work a year in China, Japan, Korea, France, England, Spain, and the US. As many as you can. You'll realize just how miserable life is in China, Japan, and Korea when you're working 100 hours a week (I'm talking about a prestigious white-collar job). Europe is the best place to work. 6 weeks of vacations a year and 35 hours a week? Can't beat that.

how miserable is life in China? Wink

I think he is right about Europeans not working as hard, which is why they are still in a huge financial crisis.

however, life is not miserable in China or Asia. It's quite good. Japanese do work hard, but they also have the best entertainment and pornography. LOL.

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03-07-2013, 10:44 PM
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Quote:From: pdeking 1
Posted: 5/6/04 11:10 PM
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Ricky, I apologize for insulting you. You are not dumb. You are knowledgeable in many things. EvilYoshida is just joking. I have never seen him. However, everything in the world can be explained using math. Math is the foundation of all the sciences and technologies. For example, judo can be explained using statistics, probability, combinatorics, differential equations, integral equations, differential geometry, etc, in conjunction with human anatomy, cognitive science, neuroscience, kinesiology, and so on.

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03-07-2013, 10:46 PM
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(03-07-2013 10:39 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
(03-07-2013 10:36 PM)CTsar Wrote:  these old threads feel so distant now, like they happened in a past life.

Yes. the world was still different back then.

I would say things really started to get homogenized around 2006-2007.. not just IN MMA, but all around the world. the internet was reaching saturation point.

It's still nice to relive these moments though.

pure passion.

I think so as well, 2006-07 is when social networking, youtube, smartphones really became popular worldwide. The world changed as the internet matured.
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03-07-2013, 10:46 PM
Post: #42
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Quote:From: pdeking 1
Posted: 5/6/04 11:24 PM
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Point out just 1 lie. I have not posted any lie at all. Do not get emotional just because you were defeated completely by me in every argument you made. Unless you go through at least 10 years of intensive training in math, your chance of beating me in any argument is absolutely zero. Look in the archive of Chronicle of Higher Education to find that Japanese on the average are mathematically far superior to Americans and Europeans. No matter how many times I provide facts that can be verified by anyone, you still refuse to accept the fact that Japanese judoka have won 60.34% of all the gold medals in HW divisions in Olympics and World Judo Championships.


HAHAHAHAHA

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03-07-2013, 10:49 PM
Post: #43
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(03-07-2013 10:46 PM)CTsar Wrote:  
(03-07-2013 10:39 PM)EVILYOSHIDA Wrote:  
(03-07-2013 10:36 PM)CTsar Wrote:  these old threads feel so distant now, like they happened in a past life.

Yes. the world was still different back then.

I would say things really started to get homogenized around 2006-2007.. not just IN MMA, but all around the world. the internet was reaching saturation point.

It's still nice to relive these moments though.

pure passion.

I think so as well, 2006-07 is when social networking, youtube, smartphones really became popular worldwide. The world changed as the internet matured.

yes. Glad I'm not the only one that has noticed it.

I have noticed that nowadays NO ONE CARES about anything. it's so sad. No excitement. People have seen every novelty there is.

There is such a thing as "too much"

you have to keep some things off limits, I hate this free for all culture. All your friends are one "like" button or click away.

Google glasses will be the next stage of total saturation and alienation.

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03-07-2013, 10:49 PM
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lololol
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03-07-2013, 10:51 PM
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Quote:From: pdeking 1
Posted: 5/6/04 11:31 PM
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Every argument I make is based on math. There is nothing in the world that is not related to math. I have already pointed out that you contradicted to your own statements in many occasions. In the above post, you tell me to post my e-mail address so that you can verify my identity as a math professor. In the next sentence, you say you don’t care about verifying that I am a math professor or not. You are well informed in many things, but your ability to use logic is at the level of a typical American HS student.

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You are now arguing like a BJJ worshipper. You call me a liar even though you cannot point out even 1 lie you claim that I made.

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