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Enith Gladin has just bought the most popular VRMMO game 'Alaxand', but when he enters the game he suddenly realises that something has gone terribly wrong.
On his 16th birthday, Faren got abducted by aliens, however when he woke up he found that all the aliens mysteriously died and only he, in the abduction prison, was able to survive. Faren had no time to find out what happened because immediately after he woke up, the ship announced of it's imminnent explosion. Panicking, he ran all the way to the hangar and hijacked any ship with an open door, before proceeding to run away. Propelled by the explding ship, Faren was stranded in space! Thankfully, the ship he hijacked had autopilot which could bring him to the nearest planet hub in it's databse. --------------------- I also have this novel published in RR.
Drake1084: HX réaction to most attack’s from now on “this is but a flesh wound”The Legendary Mechanic · C564
Septic: What was the saying again? A mantis stalks the cicada unaware of the oriole behind.The Legendary Mechanic · C558
beankilu: But his revenge makes for such a good story!The Legendary Mechanic · C558
Imbreak: Thanks for the free chaps! Please do it more! 🤣Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C310
Senior_Nepuko: err kinda yeah. He's in contact with the author and has even seen his face to face............A Will Eternal
NetherPrime: personally, I don't see the problem with it being posted on here too. Putting it another way, even if I read it on WW, I wouldn't be paying for it anyway so what's the issue as long as money is not being made off of it?(which is the part I kinda do dislike, someone is most likely ****** money from it)A Will Eternal
ojslive: Is LZ getting stupid? He's got an AI that could probably bring more gains than any current supercomputer. He only needs to spend some money on getting decent hardware for the AI and he'll be set.Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C307
Septic: (No spoilers) Although I can't speak for Qidian's translation, (I've read the novel off-site) I can tell you that this is a supremely good novel. The writer, Chugong, wrote such a good story that it felt fresh to me from all the supposedly 'good' novels I've read on this site. He also doesn't drag on the chapters to steal your SS, no, he focuses more on the creative aspect of his work than the business aspect; in short, Only I Level Up is an awesome story to read.Only I level up
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Archena: All chinese are the domesticated dog of chinese government. If they ask you to give your mother, sister, daughter for high officials to give them se.xual pleasure so that they can concentrate for the development of the country you are bound to do so. Mc doing this kinda thing is nothing compared to that.Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C297
The biggest mystery in mathematics: Shinichi Mochizuki and the impenetrable proof
A Japanese mathematician claims to have solved one of the most important problems in his field. The trouble is, hardly anyone can work out whether he's right. - Davide Castelvecchi October 2015
Sometime on the morning of 30 August 2012, Shinichi Mochizuki quietly posted four papers on his website.
The papers were huge — more than 500 pages in all — packed densely with symbols, and the culmination of more than a decade of solitary work. They also had the potential to be an academic bombshell. In them, Mochizuki claimed to have solved the abc conjecture, a 27-year-old problem in number theory that no other mathematician had even come close to solving. If his proof was correct, it would be one of the most astounding achievements of mathematics this century and would completely revolutionize the study of equations with whole numbers.
Mochizuki, however, did not make a fuss about his proof. The respected mathematician, who works at Kyoto University's Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS) in Japan, did not even announce his work to peers around the world. He simply posted the papers, and waited for the world to find out.
Probably the first person to notice the papers was Akio Tamagawa, a colleague of Mochizuki's at RIMS. He, like other researchers, knew that Mochizuki had been working on the conjecture for years and had been finalizing his work. That same day, Tamagawa e-mailed the news to one of his collaborators, number theorist Ivan Fesenko of the University of Nottingham, UK. Fesenko immediately downloaded the papers and started to read. But he soon became “bewildered”, he says. “It was impossible to understand them.”
Fesenko e-mailed some top experts in Mochizuki's field of arithmetic geometry, and word of the proof quickly spread. Within days, intense chatter began on mathematical blogs and online forums (see Nature http://doi.org/725; 2012). But for many researchers, early elation about the proof quickly turned to scepticism. Everyone — even those whose area of expertise was closest to Mochizuki's — was just as flummoxed by the papers as Fesenko had been. To complete the proof, Mochizuki had invented a new branch of his discipline, one that is astonishingly abstract even by the standards of pure maths. “Looking at it, you feel a bit like you might be reading a paper from the future, or from outer space,” number theorist Jordan Ellenberg, of the University of Wisconsin–Madison, wrote on his blog a few days after the paper appeared.
Three years on, Mochizuki's proof remains in mathematical limbo — neither debunked nor accepted by the wider community. Mochizuki has estimated that it would take a maths graduate student about 10 years to be able to understand his work, and Fesenko believes that it would take even an expert in arithmetic geometry some 500 hours. So far, only four mathematicians say that they have been able to read the entire proof.
Basically this Prof claims he has solved a bid conjecture... But people cannot understand his theses... So no one can prove or disprove his claim...Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C293
Phantasma_: This author isn't bad. This story actually is quite good so far. The MC was more than a little retarded in the beginning, that's true.
But aside from that, the story hasn't had any time to develop, much less to pass judgement that the author lacks literary skill.
Why are so many having this sentiment about this novel? It's confusing me.Only I level up · C30
Rowan: Bad writing... how do you choke a monster with 3 heads who all breathe and thus choking 1 won't work... and lets pretend it would, why wouldn't the other heads turn and bite the thing choking it's other heads, where was that tail that was a main weapon?Only I level up · C29
Yernero: Jeez not everyone wants to be a mage. If yall want people to be mages go read the gamer or dice. Stop complaining about how hes not following your guide book statsOnly I level up · C17
FilledWithHope: +1 perception and +1 intelligence for every three attributes points.
I'd alternate between the rest with the third.Only I level up · C13
Old_Doctor: I am soo tempted to run to the other site with the thousand of translated chapter... But I still want to comment here... So I will stay here...Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C272
Meowhead: I wonder if there will be some sort of weird patent issue that requires face slapping.Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C265
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DRM666: Mass release! Yes!!!!!!! This makes my day so much better!The Legendary Mechanic · C523
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