Star Gezzer score

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harmony
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Star Gezzer score

Post by harmony »

Wow.
To be, that is the answer

Twiggs
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Post by Twiggs »

IMO this is also a program. Ive been watching the points and the increase over a couple hours is 300 and over a few days...well lets just say, unreasonable

and to tell ya the truth, I dont think programs should be allowed in the top 100 as its unfair to us

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Re: Star Gezzer

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Twiggs
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Post by Twiggs »

I dont believe it for a second..sorry. When I started near the end of august, Im sure the points were 14000+ and now over 26000, not to mention over 60 points in the last half hour vs my 8 points...with non wrong. I dont care what they say, I didnt just fall off a turnip truck.


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Star Gezzer
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Star Geezer

Post by Star Gezzer »

Maybe if you were searching instead of watching my score you would have a higher score. I refuse to apologize for being number 1. I am on a quest to find star dust. I am not running a program. I do not waste my time finding faces and flowers and I spend at least 4 hours a day searching. Find another reason to complain!

Twiggs
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Post by Twiggs »

yeah right..balogna

considering Ive only been at this since the end of august..I think my score is darn fine...thank you!

Star Gezzer
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Star Gezzer

Post by Star Gezzer »

I really do not care what you think. Have a nice day>

fjgiie
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Both doing real good -

Post by fjgiie »

Both of you are doing excellent dusting and Twiggs, I can promise you that Star Gezzer is not running an algorithm. Some of us, like myself have spare time to look for those tracks that interstellar dust makes in the aerogel. In Star Gezzer's case, not only does he put a lot of time into the job but has experience with digital images and is very efficient doing it.
If the wrong kind of contest starts on this thread, one of those dustmods will come along and lock it down.

Thanks,

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harmony
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Post by harmony »

Hey, I didnt mean to start a war!!
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the moon
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Post by the moon »

Ok so he's not running a program, but maybe he's a robot?

Nikita
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Post by Nikita »

OK, Star Gezzer is not a robot, not a program. Just someone who is dedicated, efficient and has the time to invest.
Thank you to everyone for your involvement. Every person can help, even if it is just a little.
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the moon
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Post by the moon »

Well now nikita must be a robot. Where's the sense of humor?

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Thank you

Post by Star Gezzer »

Thank you Nikita. Now back to something more productive like finding a particle. :D

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Post by Nikita »

Agreed. I was hoping you were joking Moon, but things were a little too tense and I wanted to finish it for good.

Happy hunting to all!
From dust we come

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