I am the Englishman who went up a hill and came down with all the bananas.
Hello, I'm me[Andy]g, and you seem to be called - interesting. Welcome to my personal space. I used to have no brackets, but other people around here seem to, so I decided to join in. Especially since Joe asked me to become a MathEd at the h2g2 Mathematical Institute... well, I couldn't help it after that! So I guess that's why I'm here! Well, okay. I have to say a huge thanks to J'au-æmne as well
I thought it was about time to write something more realistic than what was here before. So with that in mind, I thought that I could direct you to my website - the first time I've been able (with some help) to design a web page that actually looks any good!
Am I supposed to say something about what I'm interested in? I suppose that comes down to three (maybe four) things. Music, maths, computers and sport. In that order. Thankfully.
You could go and look at what I studied for my first degree at the University of Durham if you're really that interested... and good luck understanding any of it... if you're really interested in maths... well, I'm a MathEd and a RMG, so talk to me and I'll see what you can do at the Maths Institute and the Maths Lab.
And to continue a theme - this is what I studied last year.
Yes, I'm an eternal student. I'm now studying plate tectonics and mantle convection models in the Earth Sciences department at the University of Leeds. One day I might even get out of higher education and go and find a proper job.
Anything else I can say? Well... ((1*6)+9+0+6)*2 = 42, if you care about that sort of thing. And just to show off - (1*6*9)+0-(6*2) = 42 also. But apart from that, my mind is blank. Come back another time and I'm sure it'll be even more interesting.
Ooh.. no... I thought of another one: (1*6)+(9*0)+(6^2)=42. Excellent. And then there's (-1+6)*9+0-(6/2)=42 - is that one allowed? And ((-1+6+9)*(0+6))/2=42 - hmm, do I win a prize for the most... ?
A clever gadget - see your list of conversations.
I've become a Thingite! "Thingite Scanner of Subterranean Surfaces" to be more precise. I proudly believe T****day should be renamed "Thing" immediately!
If you want to talk to me outside of h2g2, click here to e-mail me.
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