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    Looks like I'm the only one so far who's 30! Yay!

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    Originally posted by Elemental233
    Im 10765440 mins old
    well I'm 28113525000 frames old, give or take

    I'm just glad I live in a PAL country. I'd be over fourty if I lived at 30fps now. NTSC just ages you too fast. Especially those drop frames, they're murder on the complexion.
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    30....

    doh.

    and the future ends with me... muahahahahahahahaha!

    i would have expected the mean age to be bouts 30... y'know, the star wars generation.

    jin

    p.s. but it seems that our cells KNOW how old they are because as they reproduce, they have things on the genes called TELOMERES that get shorter... it is this property that causes health and appearance to change as we get older.

    my theory is this:

    since there is a genetic condition called PROGERIA that causes kids to age extremely fast (they have physical characteristics of senior citizens by the time they're 10), i'm CERTAIN that it should be possible to either SLOW the telomere shortening or stop it altogether.

    it would have to be a genetic fix that would have to be effected by a modified virus that 'attacks' every cell or perhaps just targeted at bone marrow cells.

    anyhoo, this technology should see the light of day in a few hundred years at most. perhaps sooner.

    when that happens though... viola, no more aging... no more natural death.

    although if the virus gets loose on kids, that would be a horrible fate.... forever trapped as a child. so we'd have to make sure it is not easily communicable.... although... if we get that advanced, would could probably create a treatment to undo that which we have done.

    in any case, i'm gonna jump in my freezer to hang on until that day, stepping out every decade or so to check the internet for progress reports.

    ta ta.

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    Originally posted by stib
    well I'm 28113525000 frames old, give or take

    I'm just glad I live in a PAL country. I'd be over fourty if I lived at 30fps now. NTSC just ages you too fast. Especially those drop frames, they're murder on the complexion.
    At 30fps it gives me just under 30... ?

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    Originally posted by stib
    well I'm 28113525000 frames old, give or take

    I'm just glad I live in a PAL country. I'd be over fourty if I lived at 30fps now. NTSC just ages you too fast. Especially those drop frames, they're murder on the complexion.
    That means I am about 34,689,600,000 interlaced PAL frames.

    Whoa ... which means I'm 7,193,235,456,000,000 pixels at 720x576 per PAL frame.

    Now I feel really old
    Ah, keep it simple, I'm 22 years old .

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    Don't get compressed that's all.

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    Hi

    I'm 34 years old and use LW since 34 days

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    Well guys seems like u all got a lot of years on me hah. Im 15 (almost 16) and I recieved lightwave almost 2 years ago. I was lucky enough to have a teacher at my school who did animations with lightwave for the jumbotrons at sports events. Other than this though i was pretty much self motivated and have done everything with nothing more than lightwave, these forums, and a few nice tuts

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    emoboy83; 2004 - 1983 = 21. well it would if i was born in january so im only 20.

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    Just turned 15 in February so I got you all beat

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    i will turn 30 for the 11th time in september.

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