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  1. #11
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    Angry

    Would the Black-Scholes formula still remain true then? If not, I'm wasting an awful amount of time trying to learn this formula. LOL...

    Yes, there is nothing close to this formula...
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    My life is ruined.
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  3. #13
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    Einstein who is that???

    Keepen it real
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    Yup, Id say hes still a genious. Keeping in mind that his work was made along time ago without the tools and funds scientist today have.
    I just wish we could put Einstein and the wheelchair guy (Stephen Hawking) in room 24/7 for a couple of months (add a nice calculator for Mr E.) and see what they would come up with.
    Dear Santa, I liked the mp3 player I got but next christmas I want a SA-7 surface to air missile
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    Originally posted by antihaxor
    Another alternative thoery gaining respect is the "Elastic Continuum Theory " found here:

    http://www.geocities.com/ResearchTriangle/Forum/9850/


    did you know about Negative's cosmos forum WebCarnage? This is a perfect thread for that forum.
    I like it. Redifining the vacum in this way would allow us to see multiple higher dimentions as well as understanding energy relationships. Its a cool Idea I think I read some more about it.

    Peace out Antihaxor
    Those who are awake all live in the same world.
    Those who are asleep live in their own worlds. -Heraclitus

    All Your Base!
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