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Laura has been put on to the course for the moons of the universe by ashford astronomy club ( ha ha geek ).
Courses all have a start date and give a guild to how many hours a week are needed to put in.
I'm looking at a couple a couple this year.
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#2
Looks really interesting. Might give one a go
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#3
&quot;pittgoat&quot; Wrote:Looks really interesting. Might give one a go

All run by the open university. Laura started hers today, had a watch myself and it was actually good fun.
I'm liking the look of the innovation and enterprise. Think most of us would like to go down in history for coming up with something amazing, like fire proof underpants  ;D
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#4
Brilliant link...   Thanks Matt

2 or 3 courses there that I will be signing up for.

I will post once I know to see if anyone else is doing the same ones... geeky ride conversation galore!!
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&quot;Mbnut&quot; Wrote:Brilliant link...   Thanks Matt

2 or 3 courses there that I will be signing up for.

I will post once I know to see if anyone else is doing the same ones... geeky ride conversation galore!!

Pm me. A couple tickled my geeky fancy...
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#6
Do not take, GETTING A GRIP ON MATHEMATICAL SYMBOLISM.
I seriously regret the day I started doing maths with words and symbols in it!
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#7
My maths books always had crosses all over them.

Similar to Skid's English homework  Wink
Keep it foolish...
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#8
&quot;alkali&quot; Wrote:My maths books always had crosses all over them.

Similar to Skid's English homework  Wink

Surly your  maths not that bad  Big Grin
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