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bio website andrewjgrimm.wordpress.com
location Sydney, Australia
age 35
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seen Aug 25 at 3:01

I work at the University of New South Wales, where I use Ruby to analyze biological data.

In part of my spare time, I work on fun programming projects. One was trying to analyze what underlies Wikipedia's Get to Philosophy game. I also worked on one called the "Small Eigen Collider".

I'm currently learning Japanese, and I'm an active participant in lang-8.com, a website where you write journal entries in a language you're learning, and get corrected by native speakers of that language. In return, you correct people writing entries in your native language. Recently, I've been asking a few questions prompted by slightly incorrect English I've encountered on lang-8.


May
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awarded  Notable Question
Jan
15
comment Who is an “enemy” in this context?
Do Christians use the expression "Love your enemies" in the context of secular enemies such as different countries?
Jan
15
comment Who is an “enemy” in this context?
@Downvoter can you explain what is wrong with the question?
Jan
15
revised Who is an “enemy” in this context?
added 180 characters in body
Jan
15
comment Who is an “enemy” in this context?
"I'm not sure what "context" exactly you're referring to" - the video linked to by the text "The Mission of CBI Japan and The Gospel Coalition".
Jan
15
asked Who is an “enemy” in this context?
Sep
6
awarded  Yearling
May
16
comment Will God destroy the earth again?
@Caleb are women unable to be saved from the judgement?
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9
awarded  Popular Question
May
7
awarded  Scholar
May
7
accepted Do miracles violate the laws of physics?
Jan
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Mar
22
awarded  Nice Question
Mar
22
awarded  Commentator
Mar
20
comment Do miracles violate the laws of physics?
In scenarios 2 and 3, I discussed God being capable of bending the laws of physics, but asked in the subsequent paragraph as to whether it'd be against God's nature.
Mar
20
comment Do miracles violate the laws of physics?
+0 as the answer is too vague.
Mar
20
comment Do miracles violate the laws of physics?
@Marcgravell are you referring to the momentum objects on earth have, and what would happen (under our understanding of physics) if they kept moving but the earth didn't?
Mar
20
revised Do miracles violate the laws of physics?
Delete misleading sentence
Mar
20
awarded  Student
Mar
20
asked Do miracles violate the laws of physics?