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No it isn't.

Yes it is. When you reject the null you merely have supported the hypothesis, not proven it. Even rejecting the null can only be done with limited confidence. True science looks to then try to disprove the accepted hypothesis, with further experimental design. If you can persuade me otherwise, I'll be surprised your genius has gone un-noticed for so long.

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Do the mods advertise for 'mentals' when one leaves? Doesn't seem to be much of a space between say a FOP leaving and a wolfy arriving :lol:

There always seems to be just one at a time like.

 

Who could forget Super Steve Howey? :lol:

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Spill.

This sounds good. :lol:

 

Well, iirc, invicta was a complete mental from Kent who had a real nasty streak in him. Can't remember if he left or was banned; he was more of an NO problem anyway. He came back with the moniker SSH and had a personality transplant, seemed like an ok lad. Don't think anyone realised he was invicta. He appeared at the Trent as SSH. I only met him before the match but he made a twat of himself afterwards apparently. Later he was rumbled and went mental again. Something like that.

 

Tbf that's a shit story really. :lol:

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Well, iirc, invicta was a complete mental from Kent who had a real nasty streak in him. Can't remember if he left or was banned; he was more of an NO problem anyway. He came back with the moniker SSH and had a personality transplant, seemed like an ok lad. Don't think anyone realised he was invicta. He appeared at the Trent as SSH. I only met him before the match but he made a twat of himself afterwards apparently. Later he was rumbled and went mental again. Something like that.

 

Tbf that's a shit story really. :lol:

He turned up at the Trent, from Kent???

 

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NASA's Curiosity rover is making global headlines as it travels uncharted territory on Mars, and it will venture into new realms back on Earth this week when it premieres a new will.i.am song.

The Black Eyed Peas rapper's tune 'Reach For The Stars' will be broadcast live from the surface of Mars, via Curiosity, at 1 p.m. PST (4 p.m. EDT/2000 GMT) on Tuesday to a news conference at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena, California, the organization said in a statement on Monday.

http://ibnlive.in.com/news/william-song-to-be-broadcast-live-from-mars/286263-8-66.html

 

:lol: This will surely piss the Martians off now.

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