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Monetary Crisis

Discussion in 'Information Technology' started by Guinnyfreessy, Nov 30, 2008.

  1. Guinnyfreessy

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    The financial crisis you scared?
     
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    To an extent.
     
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    Ha ha...stephen did you see the date of the thread before replying..??
     
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    I don't think so.
     
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    What you think then??

    Ohk Coderzone I would like to ask you a question...

    If a human brain runs at a frequency of F Hertz and the chemicals inside the brains flows at C Miles/sec. If the response time is R Miles/sec..Then according to Neuron's theorem.. F=C*R.. Then how much time would a human brain take to differentiate between two dates provided the time dimension is towards Z axis and brain chemicals are towards X and Y axis?
     

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