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By altlol, history, 6 weeks ago, In English

Hello,

So, a question has been on my mind recently, and where better to ask than here, codeforces. So the question is as follows: At a certain point, I imagine that the better you get, the more problems you can attempt to solve, as they are in your range of doable problems. But, for some people that evolve really quickly in this domain and as such become LGM when they're 15 and so on and so forth, the set of these problems, I imagine, gets more restrained. And for such a person, can/how can they maintain their high-end training? Do ICPCs suffice for this?

 
 
 
 
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Perhaps they have a shot at solving global warming. It's a very complicated issue with great rewards for humanity.

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    the only solution to global warming is to stop being a little bitch and do something that improves it no matter how small it may seem in comparison to everything else

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      You right. I should quit being a bitch and stop breathing. Thanks bleableah!

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        Thank you for ironising my post. I realised I need to be more insensitive:

        The issue with climate change is the ulterior effect it will have on many big industried that either have to change radically to the point of obsoletion, or cease to exist. As such, we are/have been led to believe that the only solution that remains is for us to radically change our lifestyle. But drastic change couldn't be done for everyone overnight, the great, great majority of people cease to try anything anymore. So we are left in this self-deprecating apathy that will only worsen our situation. However, as it has been proven to us in the last decadez the only way to make any change is by small steps, and it's what lawmakers have tried to do recently. And, if we want greater change, we should also try to make small steps ourselves. Try to gind routes we can go by in public transportation, and go yo our place of need once a week. Maybe once a month. But gradually so more, and better.

        It is not rocket science. It is not the riemann hypothesis. It just boild down to this: are you willing to be eaten alive by apathy, or do you want to learn to put in effort and change for the better, ignoring the rate of changez but accepting that for it existing, you are already a champion.

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          Sorry I wasn't trying to be mean, thought you were trolling tbh (still do). But I can't relate cuz I don't live in a first world country.