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unJon Auditor | joined 08 February 2006 | 134 posts


Achamian and Seswatha posted 17 March 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtAchamian and Seswatha by unJon, Auditor

That's interesting Edge. I think its most likely that Kellhus does have some reason for wanting him alive. But Kellhus did not have a reason for not killing Cnaiur in TWP... view post


Consult vs Mandate posted 17 March 2006 in Author Q & AConsult vs Mandate by unJon, Auditor

It'll be like The Hobbit for The Hobbit.... view post


Anyone read the Illuminatus trilogy? posted 17 March 2006 in Literature DiscussionAnyone read the Illuminatus trilogy? by unJon, Auditor

I read it, but years and years ago, and I'm sure that I've forgotten most of it. I just remember that it started weird and went off into left field from there. Very funny and entertaining and, at some insane level, insightful. view post


Ciphrang, altogether confusing posted 17 March 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtCiphrang, altogether confusing by unJon, Auditor

That is an excellent choice. view post


Help finding post on afterlife posted 17 March 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtHelp finding post on afterlife by unJon, Auditor

Thanks for that link.

Quote: "Scott":rwbzdnen
And to answer your question, Maltaran, yes, Lokung is indeed the No-God - though this is not necessarily how the Scylvendi themselves see things.[/quote:rwbzdnen]

I find this interesting. If Scott can come up with a completely plausible motivation for the Inchoroi, I can't wait to see what he does for why the Scylvendi fought for the no-god. view post


Ciphrang, altogether confusing posted 18 March 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtCiphrang, altogether confusing by unJon, Auditor

She's referring to 3 different authors.

ASOIAF = A Song of Ice and Fire = a great series by George R.R. Martin. There are 4 books out (probably 3 more to come).
1) A Game of Thrones
2) A Clash of Kings
3) A Storm of Swords
4) A Feast for Crows view post


Readers Choice Awards posted 18 March 2006 in Author Q & AReaders Choice Awards by unJon, Auditor

Scott,

Big congratulations for making the [url=http://www.sfsite.com/columns/best06b.htm:24dy51i5]Top 10 List[/url:24dy51i5]. Maybe the word is starting to get out.

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Readers Choice Awards posted 20 March 2006 in Author Q &amp; AReaders Choice Awards by unJon, Auditor

Btw X-ray, I saw this first in your link over at ASOIAF. Good Catch. view post


Glowing Hands posted 21 March 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtGlowing Hands by unJon, Auditor

Will,

I like it. Very well documented. I am inclined to believe your conclusion. view post


Inrau's sorcery posted 21 March 2006 in Author Q &amp; AInrau's sorcery by unJon, Auditor

Scott's answer to the paradox sheds a lot of light on the Inrithi faith. I didn't consider that they'd let a Marked schoolman &quot;take the vows.&quot; view post


Female Dunyain? posted 22 March 2006 in Author Q &amp; AFemale Dunyain? by unJon, Auditor

Is the alternative that they just keep women around for breeding stock and don't train them? view post


Seswatha=Kellhus? Nau-Cayuti=Achamian? (Or not ...) posted 25 March 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtSeswatha=Kellhus? Nau-Cayuti=Achamian? (Or not ...) by unJon, Auditor

As to the first part. Brilliant! (like the guiness commericials). Great Catch.

As for the second bit, not buying it. view post


Inchoroi motivations and the quantum mechanics posted 30 November 2006 in Author Q &amp; AInchoroi motivations and the quantum mechanics by unJon, Auditor

QED by Richard Feynman is a great introduction to some quantum mechanical principals (namely quantum electro-dynamics or the interaction of photons and electrons). Hardly any math, clearly and consicely written. And as easy to understand as is probably possible. view post


Inchoroi motivations and the quantum mechanics posted 11 December 2006 in Author Q &amp; AInchoroi motivations and the quantum mechanics by unJon, Auditor

Quote: &quot;anor277&quot;:wm2v96nr
Quote: &quot;unJon&quot;:wm2v96nr
QED by Richard Feynman is a great introduction to some quantum mechanical principals (namely quantum electro-dynamics or the interaction of photons and electrons). Hardly any math, clearly and consicely written. And as easy to understand as is probably possible.[/quote:wm2v96nr]

Agreed on Feynman's treatment of QED. Nevertheless, I think as a metaphor for sorcery, a fictional thinkg which we don't understand, quantum mechanics, an actual thing we don't understand, doesn't work at all.[/quote:wm2v96nr]

Wait a second. I don't understand women. I don't understand cricket. You mean women not equal to cricket?

*cries in corner*

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