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on: June 21, 2010, 05:04:46 pm » posted from:Cebu,Cebu City,Philippines

First and foremost, I would like to greet everyone "Hello"

I am a Programmer, we are currently developing programs that are used in Educational and Medical
field and other different industries as well. To widen up my knowledge and increase my visual lay-outs regarding Physics. I need to get an in-depth concept and understanding in this field.
I'll be reading the helpful threads as well.
Good thing you have Youtube links here,
Honestly,I am looking forward to learn more from you guys.

Thank you.

'Till then, cheers!
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