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Age of marriage or age of maturity or as some cultures calls coming of age differs from one culture/civilization/era to another... What we considers as the norm now at our time and place may not be the norm at a different time and place... Before we reflexively judge, think of what may be the norm for them... If we judge what they do are purely for selfish reason... Then condemn them severely... If we can reason out the impetus for their action are not selfish but is actually a necessity... Then we should not judge... I agree with your feeling tho... The bandit should be killed... But I wonder... If in a time and place where the estimated lifespan of the human there are around 30 years old... Would you condemn them if in their culture a 12 years old bride and a 10 years old groom is consider the norm? The human rights advocate of our age would say those children are being deprived of their childhood... But if we keep to our norm of a 18 years old bride and groom and then have children... How old would their childen age be before they die at 30 years old... Their children would be orphaned at the age of ~10 to 12... Just an exercise in thinking... ^^ View More

Yandere_Activated: These sick Pedophiles need to suffer a horrible death. These girls are like KIDS! My God!

The Empress' Livestream · C4
1 hour ago
I feel the crystal are showing the path to either the goddess or the lord of chaos... Maybe the chaos lord is the real supposed ruler and goddess of creation is a foreign intruder... She realises it and try to correct the erroe... View More
The Record of Unusual Creatures · C1515
6 hours ago
IRAS is I'm Really A Superstar. It is a novel on a transmigrated person transmigrating to an alternate Earth with a slight tweak in its various kind of entertainment media and performance arts like movies/books/songs/dance/poems/ literatures/ comics... The MC uses his knowledge on the popular culture and the help of a golden finger in the form of a lottery system that spits out regards like enhanced memory/recall... luck... skill books... to climb up the stair to stardoms...

It also gives bad portrayal of a few Asian countries bordering China.

Unfortunately, author uses a lot of licenced stuffs from popular medias... Old stuffs is no problem... Problem arises when he uses current stuffs without the permission of the original source.

In the arc before the author was forced to stop writing, he basically stepped on the foot of Disney. He uses the animation Frozen without permission from Disney and it leads to the novel being literally frozen...

This on top of ongoing in-novel unflattering protrayal of China SARFT...

Wikipedia -
The National Radio and Television Administration (NRTA), formerly the State Administration of Radio, Film, and Television (SARFT, 1998–2013) and the State Administration of Press, Publication, Radio, Film and Television (SAPPRFT, 2013–2018), is a ministry-level executive agency directly under the State Council of the People's Republic of China. Its main task is the administration and supervision of state-owned enterprises engaged in the television and radio industries.

It directly controls state-owned enterprises at the national level such as China Central Television, China National Radio, China Radio International, as well as other movie and television studios and others non-business organizations.

It is also responsible for censoring any materials that offend the sensibilities of the Chinese government or Chinese cultural standards.

The unlicensed usage of licenced product and stepping on Disney and SARFT toes leads to Qidian dropping the Chinese version of the story and the current unfinished state of the story... View More

XystOblivion: What is IRAS? Can someone inform me?

The First Order · C15
11 hours ago
Sorry .. typo... ideal love life story he/she wanted... View More

Old_Doctor: Is author san telling us his/her love life story... Or telling us the ideal love story he/her wanted...

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C295
13 hours ago

Old_Doctor: Is author san telling us his/her love life story... Or telling us the ideal love story he/her wanted...

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C295
13 hours ago
Is author san telling us his/her love life story... Or telling us the ideal love story he/her wanted... View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C295
13 hours ago

Old_Doctor: https://***.nature.com/news/the-biggest-mystery-in-mathematics-shinichi-mochizuki-and-the-impenetrable-proof-1.18509

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
1 day ago
https://***.nature.com/news/the-biggest-mystery-in-mathematics-shinichi-mochizuki-and-the-impenetrable-proof-1.18509

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... View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C293
1 day ago
Good story... 👍 View More
The Record of Unusual Creatures · C1513
2 days ago
Agree... Only irritating part is the loss of the chance to be the first one to deflower the virgin whiteness of the blank chapter comment section... View More

Megansar: I’m actually ok with privilege because it hasn’t reduced our chapters and we still got a small mass release.

A Stay-at-home Dad's Restaurant In An Alternate World · C251
2 days ago
Er... Who greased the slope... View More

Gross_Toad: Doc, don't descend into that slippery slope!

My Extraordinary Achievements · C83
2 days ago
Aisey... How come you sneak in while I am composing what to write on this unblemished white expanse... See you defiled the whiteness dee... Sigh... Lost my chance to be the first to deflower the virgin whiteness of this comment section... View More

Astral_Ethics: He'd better be careful or else he'll get Isekai'd by Truck-kun xD

My Extraordinary Achievements · C84
2 days ago
I look around with my beady eyes... I see blank and pristine page... All white uncontaminated... I desire to be the only blemish on this white expanse... ^^ View More
My Extraordinary Achievements · C83
2 days ago
Will the mutation join MC as a Merc?? View More
The Legendary Mechanic · C545
2 days ago
Legge... I think I seen your name in some comment somewhere before... View More

Legge: No, nothing's wrong with my head for commenting here for all the chapters

The First Order · C8
2 days ago
That is more into biology and genetic rather that physic... View More

CelestialMeatbun: He should also calculate their chemical and physical compatability

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C291
2 days ago
Maybe ask LuZhou to calculate the best model to get into a relationship.... View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C291
2 days ago
What will happen when Michelle discover her student has a 'relationship' with LuZhou... View More

Seamania: What will Sarrot think when he know he has to work for Lu Zhou?

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C287
3 days ago

Pksr: Reporter scores a meng fan interview....

My Extraordinary Achievements · C80
3 days ago

Old_Doctor: The Two Qiaos of Jiangdong (traditional Chinese: 江東二橋; simplified Chinese: 江东二桥; pinyin: Jiāngdōng èr Qiáo) were two sisters of the Qiao family who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. Da Qiao married the warlord Sun Ce, who established the foundation of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period; Xiao Qiao married Zhou Yu, a general who served under Sun Ce and later under his successor Sun Quan. Sun Ce jokingly told Zhou Yu: "Elder Qiao and his two daughters have been roaming around, so I am sure now he is glad to have us as his sons-in-law."

Chapter 44 of the Romance of the Three Kingdom novel, Zhuge Liang tells Zhou Yu that Cao Cao's desire to have the Two Qiaos for himself is evident in "Ode to the Bronze Sparrow Platform" (銅雀臺賦), a poem written by Cao Cao's son Cao Zhi. An enraged Zhou Yu then hardens his decision to convince Sun Quan to ally with Liu Bei against Cao Cao. This contributes to the Alliance between Liu Bei and Sun Quan against Cao Cao and on to the Red Cliff or Chibi river naval battle... Wikipedia.

Cao Cao lusted for the two Qiaos and due to the east wind, he lost the Red Cliff battle...

Tong Que Terrace is a terrace build by Cao Cao and the location where Cao Zhi wrote a poem that say Cao Cao lusted after the Two Qiaos.

The poem by Cao Zhi ... I think is this one..


On a pleasure-tour with the brilliant ruler,
we climb the storied terrace with feelings of delight.

We see all the palace stretched out below,
and we gaze upon the works of wisdom and virtue.

He has raised great gates like rugged hills,
he has floated twin turrets into the clouds.

He has built a splendid tower to reach the heavens,
he has joined flying bridges to the western walls.

We look down to the long thread of the Zhang River,
we look out to the flourishing growth of the orchards.

We lift our heads to the gentle majesty of the spring breeze,
and we hear the competing cries of a hundred birds.

The heavenly work is established firm as a wall,
the wishes of our house are brought to fulfillment.

Good influence reaches all the world,
and every respect and reverence is paid to the capital.

Though the hegemons of the past were magnificent,
how can they compare to your wisdom and virtue?

My Extraordinary Achievements · C79
3 days ago
The Two Qiaos of Jiangdong (traditional Chinese: 江東二橋; simplified Chinese: 江东二桥; pinyin: Jiāngdōng èr Qiáo) were two sisters of the Qiao family who lived during the late Eastern Han dynasty of China. Da Qiao married the warlord Sun Ce, who established the foundation of the state of Eastern Wu during the Three Kingdoms period; Xiao Qiao married Zhou Yu, a general who served under Sun Ce and later under his successor Sun Quan. Sun Ce jokingly told Zhou Yu: "Elder Qiao and his two daughters have been roaming around, so I am sure now he is glad to have us as his sons-in-law."

Chapter 44 of the Romance of the Three Kingdom novel, Zhuge Liang tells Zhou Yu that Cao Cao's desire to have the Two Qiaos for himself is evident in "Ode to the Bronze Sparrow Platform" (銅雀臺賦), a poem written by Cao Cao's son Cao Zhi. An enraged Zhou Yu then hardens his decision to convince Sun Quan to ally with Liu Bei against Cao Cao. This contributes to the Alliance between Liu Bei and Sun Quan against Cao Cao and on to the Red Cliff or Chibi river naval battle... Wikipedia.

Cao Cao lusted for the two Qiaos and due to the east wind, he lost the Red Cliff battle...

Tong Que Terrace is a terrace build by Cao Cao and the location where Cao Zhi wrote a poem that say Cao Cao lusted after the Two Qiaos.

The poem by Cao Zhi ... I think is this one..


On a pleasure-tour with the brilliant ruler,
we climb the storied terrace with feelings of delight.

We see all the palace stretched out below,
and we gaze upon the works of wisdom and virtue.

He has raised great gates like rugged hills,
he has floated twin turrets into the clouds.

He has built a splendid tower to reach the heavens,
he has joined flying bridges to the western walls.

We look down to the long thread of the Zhang River,
we look out to the flourishing growth of the orchards.

We lift our heads to the gentle majesty of the spring breeze,
and we hear the competing cries of a hundred birds.

The heavenly work is established firm as a wall,
the wishes of our house are brought to fulfillment.

Good influence reaches all the world,
and every respect and reverence is paid to the capital.

Though the hegemons of the past were magnificent,
how can they compare to your wisdom and virtue? View More
My Extraordinary Achievements · C79
3 days ago
Possibility of contraceptive method failure is very very high... Like all condom he use will have leakages... View More

Dwarkin: Haha, can the system be jealous? 😂 What the hell is this "bad luck +1"? 😂

My Extraordinary Achievements · C78
3 days ago

Old_Doctor: noodle is 面 (Miàn)... but certain noodle like rice noodle are called 米粉 (Mǐfěn), silver needle noodle
银针粉 (Yín zhēn fěn), chee cheong fun or (猪肠粉) Zhū cháng fěn.... so some of the noodles are termed 粉(fěn) Actually 粉(fěn) means powder... but oh well... and fan can be termed fenzi....

oh oh oh... I just stumbled across the correct reference when I was trying to search for fenzi...

https://***.echineselearning.com/blog/fensi-must-know-knowledge-about-fans-in-chinese

Recently, the word “粉丝(fěnsī)” has become very popular in China. The original meaning of “粉丝(fěnsī)” is glass noodle. It's a traditional Chinese food. Recently, “粉丝(fěnsī)” has taken on an extended meaning. It has come to be used as the transliteration of the word “fans.”

It can also be used to mean enthusiast, which is usually represented with the character “迷(mí)." If you are crazy about a movie, then you are a “粉丝(fěnsī)” of this film, and we can also call you “影迷(yǐngmí), the film's fan.” If you love rock, then you are a “摇滚迷(yáogǔn mí), rock fan.” And we also have “戏迷(xìmí), opera fan,” “歌迷(gēmí), being the fan of a song,” etc. In addition, we can also shorten “粉丝(fěnsī)” to “粉(fěn).” For example, “果粉(guǒfěn), Apple fan."

My Extraordinary Achievements · C77
3 days ago
noodle is 面 (Miàn)... but certain noodle like rice noodle are called 米粉 (Mǐfěn), silver needle noodle
银针粉 (Yín zhēn fěn), chee cheong fun or (猪肠粉) Zhū cháng fěn.... so some of the noodles are termed 粉(fěn) Actually 粉(fěn) means powder... but oh well... and fan can be termed fenzi....

oh oh oh... I just stumbled across the correct reference when I was trying to search for fenzi...

https://***.echineselearning.com/blog/fensi-must-know-knowledge-about-fans-in-chinese

Recently, the word “粉丝(fěnsī)” has become very popular in China. The original meaning of “粉丝(fěnsī)” is glass noodle. It's a traditional Chinese food. Recently, “粉丝(fěnsī)” has taken on an extended meaning. It has come to be used as the transliteration of the word “fans.”

It can also be used to mean enthusiast, which is usually represented with the character “迷(mí)." If you are crazy about a movie, then you are a “粉丝(fěnsī)” of this film, and we can also call you “影迷(yǐngmí), the film's fan.” If you love rock, then you are a “摇滚迷(yáogǔn mí), rock fan.” And we also have “戏迷(xìmí), opera fan,” “歌迷(gēmí), being the fan of a song,” etc. In addition, we can also shorten “粉丝(fěnsī)” to “粉(fěn).” For example, “果粉(guǒfěn), Apple fan." View More
My Extraordinary Achievements · C77
3 days ago
Gonna emulate MC and giving me own post a like... 👍 View More

Old_Doctor: So who are you shipping wif MC... The tutored girl or the business school girl or the princeton girl or his master student or the uni rep girl or the Hadron collider girl... I rooting for his master student...

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C282
4 days ago

Old_Doctor: So who are you shipping wif MC... The tutored girl or the business school girl or the princeton girl or his master student or the uni rep girl or the Hadron collider girl... I rooting for his master student...

Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C282
4 days ago
So who are you shipping wif MC... The tutored girl or the business school girl or the princeton girl or his master student or the uni rep girl or the Hadron collider girl... I rooting for his master student... View More
Scholar's Advanced Technological System · C282
4 days ago
Malaysian? Me too ^^ View More

sunrising: Lol

Great Doctor Ling Ran · C60
5 days ago
I noticed recently that my comment are not appearing... Sigh... The site not happy wif my info dumping...?? 😿 View More
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