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This ranking system ( my self being a 'Vacuum' ) reminds me of my military Basic Training. During training we had no stripes, they called it being 'a slick sleeve' and a 'Pinger' - as one who bouncing around, unaware of where they're at, or where they're going. I am LOL at  all the comments.  :laugh:

Thanks,

Lyle

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You are not alone, I only found this site yesterday (or was it the day before?). Never remember as I frequently post around the witching hour :laugh: .

I am doing a lot of reading and listening/watching, thanks be to youtube.

trebor

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At my current rate I should reach dark energy status in approximately 102 years and 3 months...

Game on....

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At my current rate I should reach dark energy status in approximately 102 years and 3 months...

Game on....

Oh, only two thirds of the orbital period of Neptune. That's nothing in astronomy :D

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I've added the rank list back in :)

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On ‎15‎/‎03‎/‎2016 at 12:40, spaceman_spiff said:

I would like to see a histogram plotted of Post count rank vs. number of members with that rank.

:happy7:

Not exactly what your after an might not work but...

https://stargazerslounge.com/search/?type=core_members&group%5B4%5D=1&group%5B8%5D=1&group%5B9%5D=1&group%5B7%5D=1&group%5B6%5D=1&group%5B3%5D=1&sortby=member_posts&sortdirection=desc&page=1

And guess what it didn't...

But if you go the link and then sort by post count you will get a list...

 

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On 15/03/2016 at 12:51, cloudsweeper said:

And has anyone got a like-to-post ratio of more than unity?

 

Mine is well below, presently 1042 likes divided by 3578 posts to give a measly 0.29. Anyone else want to play?

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Mine's 0.66.  It's usual for it to drop off the further "in" you are.  

A starter can have one post and 3 likes - that's a 3.00  Not uncommon.  But short-lived!

I did spot a case where a longer-standing member had a ratio just above one and I remarked on this simply because my analytical eye detected the fact.  

So yes, @acey - it would be interesting to see who "wants to play" and can claim the highest LPR (>1), without any suggestion of competition or immodesty of course!

Doug.

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5 hours ago, acey said:

Mine is well below, presently 1042 likes divided by 3578 posts to give a measly 0.29. Anyone else want to play?

same as mine 0.29 is the sweet spot :happy10:

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Silly game ?

I found a contender (who will remain unnamed)  for the lowest with 0.001 LPR ??

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Blimey - the minimum value of L is 1 for this ratio to be meaningful, so that's at least 1000 Ps for one L.  Or better, 2000 Ps for 2 Ls.  Are you about this Stu?

Doug.

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...and the odds of successfully navigating an asteroid field are...

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3 hours ago, Stu said:

Silly game ?

I found a contender (who will remain unnamed)  for the lowest with 0.001 LPR ??

Perhaps "Like:Post Ratio" could be categorised logarithmically rather than linearly. For example:

10: Super-particle (probably non-existent: an average of 10 likes for every post!)

1: Higgs (impressive but rarely seen, and only likely to exist for a short time)

0.1: WIMP (weakly interacting massive poster, pretty average)

0.01: Neutrino (abundant but too often ignored)

0.001: Dark matter (possibly ubiquitous and best left unnamed)

 

 

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