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KEK>>8432360
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Nope

/sci/ what are some good resources for someone starting to take electrical engineering in uni? any good downloads of PDFs?

Don't feel like going to the libary and paying fees later on.
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>>8432201

allaboutcircuits.com

"The Art of Electronics"

Forrest Mims - any of them

>Learning about electrical engineering
>Can't google
>MFW
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Bumping for this. Any more suggestions sci?
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>>8432723
http://4chan-science.wikia.com/wiki/Electrical_and_Electronics_Engineering

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Do you know a method to learn faster?
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Be smarter and sleep faster
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practice
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Don't think about other things. Don't think you can multitask in your brain. Write things down if you find yourself skipping over minute details that need to be known. You will be wasting time if you keep trying to follow the logic in your head but can't. If you don't understand it, write it down and go through the logic slowly. When doing problems, write what value you need to find or prove. When doing problems, write down any steps/methods you think you'll use. Keep derived expressions within the problem organized on the paper.

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Is it possible to die from nocebo and how can one do it? Here is a summary of what nocebo is http://www.bbc.com/future/story/20150210-can-you-think-yourself-to-death
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>>8431523
Sounds like horseshit
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>>8431554
Why do you think so?
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>>8431523
>>8431554
>>8431822
Quite spookily actually as soon as I read eye strain in the article, my eyes began to hurt slightly; even though I had the knowledge and expectation that such things were bullshit, at least to the consciously aware person

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Why do most life forms require water as a solvent and not something like ammonia for example?
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>>8431364
because of its atomic properties
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Oxygen has the second highest electronegativity. When coupled with a tiny atom like hydrogen, the electron hungry oxygen take every opportunity to steal that electron in completing it's valence shell, this hunger leads to a polarized state for the water molecule. Not only is there a strong dipole bond, there is also attraction between hydrogens and other oxygens, making what's called a hydrogen bond. Hydrogen is the atomic world's cuck and Oxygen is the fat cheating dependopotamus.

Ammonia has...
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>>8431405
I cringed at the last bit. This isn't Reddit, nigger.

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Why is Kline your favorite Calculus text? If not, what's your favorite.
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The one and only.
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>>8431281
literally this
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Can an aerosol can be used safely as a flamethrower? Obviously people do it all the time but how safe or not is it really?

Any particular precautions one should take?
Any recommended spray products?

(If you must know I'm looking to record audio not burn crap.)
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>>8431093
The inside of the can doesn't contain enough oxygen to burn, so it's not going to blow up. The only way it could is if the can heated up enough to rupture.
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>>8431125
This.

>heated up enough to rupture.

Which is doubtful, because the more you use an aerosol can the colder it will become. The plastic top on it will melt before anything happens to the can itself. Not to mention the finger holding it down.
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Any thoughts on the best product to do this with?

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Are humans truly alive?
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Are dead humans truly dead?
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>>8431079
dumb ape poster
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Should governments provide nonhuman primates with housing, welfare, and menial labor?

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If you're so smart, why aren't you happy?
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>implying I'm smart
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>implying i'm not happy

And this >>8430120

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Climate change are real. Here are my 3 main arguments:

1. CO2 let visible light pass, and absorb/re-emit infrared. This phenomenon is known as greenhouse gas phenomenon, and experimentally observable in laboratory beyond reasonable doubt.

2. CO2 in the atmosphere is rising due to fossil fuel combustion. This is known beyond reasonable doubt from measurements of CO2 isotopes starting the 60's (fossil fuel has lighter CO2 isotopes, e.g. more share of 12CO2 per bulk among the two stable isotopes of 12C/13C). Before the 60's scientist can splice ice core and firn air record, which unlike other climate "proxy" contains an actual sample of Earth's past atmosphere.

3. Radiative imbalance on earth. Satellite that orbits the earth measures higher incoming energy compared to outgoing energy. Conservation of energy states that this imbalance of energy must go somewhere, most of which can be explained by warming of the atmosphere and the ocean heat content.

Quick primer on the energy imbalance
http://climatesciences.jpl.nasa.gov/energy-balance

and raw data on these satellite data
https://modis.gsfc.nasa.gov/data/
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>>8429113
How many Shekels is the global Jew conspiracy paying you to shill your quackery here?
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>>8429115
Zero, I'm kinda bored. I'm only arguing with the merit of scientific discussion and I'm not gonna argue about any particular point of policy.
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>>8429113
I don't think anyone credible disagrees with these three points.

The exact magnitude and scope of its impacts seems a lot muddier to me. Do you have any resources for parsing that out? As I understand there's been some difficulty in building sufficiently predictive climate models.

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I've never seen a thread on this topic here. Anyone interested?
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>>8427864
yes. Can we talk about the similarities between baltic languages and the dead Language: Dalmatian.
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>>8427864
I have a question, Mr SHOA-msky, Sir. Yes, you see, I have this conundrum, that has been, as you say, keeping me up all night, ehehe, if you understand heheheh.

ANYWHO. the question, dear Rabbi, is that, if grammar is genetically imprinted into the human brain (as you insist it is) instead of being learned during childhood.. heehe, well then, how come there still be monkeys?

czech m8 Professor Left-winged-intellectual
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>linguistics
>science

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is there any event which can occur in nature but whose mirror reflection can't?
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>>8426817
If there are no mirrors, what is there to reflect?
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>>8426818
hmm, really gets the brain waves propagating
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Nature of mankind

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Is philosophy of mathematics an interesting subject? I've been thinking about reading a little Alfred North Whitehead.
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Mathematics is natural philosophy.
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filename?
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>>8428997
Pure philosophy. Natty philosophy is what we used to call science.

How come philosophy majors are as smart as mathematicians, almost as smart as physicians and smarter than engineers but haven't picked a STEM masterrace major?

Is humanities, dare I say it, the actual masterrace?
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I meant physicists, obviously
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I'd like to know what the dot at 120 and 90ish% is
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>>8437093
People who go on to careers in philosophy were all born rich. They don't have to STEMcuck for a living like us plebs.

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What are the best sources for proof that there are NO significant differences between human races beyond the phenotypic (especially mental)?
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There's a copypasta somewhere. It'll show up.
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>>8436449
It doesn't exist, because there are differences between the races in terms of average intelligence.

This is to be expected considering that the races evolved in completely different parts of the Earth with different challenges and climates for millions of years.
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>>8436449
>>8436455

>this is what brainlets consider to be 'clever' and 'funny' satire

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Why aren't girls as interested in Science as boys ? It can't be some stupid gender psychology or cultural problem , what's the big idea
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>>8436029
Ho boi I'd do things to her...
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>>8436029
Girls spend all their time thinking of each other and their body -> Women will be interested in the social sciences and biology
Boys spend all their time in the outside world and playing video games -> Men will be interested in science and technology
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>>8436060
nice """""""""""""""""reasoning"""""""""""""

How does it make you feel?
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Indifferent
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einstein came up with most of his work while working in a patent office didn't he? what's stopping this hypothetical nobody?
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>>8428003
Einstein became Einstein due to the opportunities and privilege life afforded him. Some girl from a shit hole no one has ever heard of will never be the next Einstein because she will never have the same access to education and knowledge that he had. Without a doubt she does deserve a proper education and a chance to attend college so she can specialize her ability but it's retarded to pretend that the world is missing out on it.

Theres always a bigger fish

Hi /sci/!
Is LEGO stop-motion animation a good way to explain Maths?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5d_3IEofXfY
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yeah, except that video is wrong

You're either going to die or you're not, so it's 50%.
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No it isn't. It's true!
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Great! It's the Monty hall paradox rephrased?

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What's is like being a math major?
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>>8433811
Comfy, everything is easy if you can read and reason diligently. Less work that makes you want to kill yourself than engineering but still mentally challenging. Lots of career opportunities if you network and reach out for internships. You could work in anything from software development, finance/banking, teaching, academics, study for actuarial tests, consulting in numerous fields, it goes on. Just don't be someone who only does classes and then wonders why their math degree didn't make them employable.
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like learning semi-advanced math
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Fun and easy. Just double major in something that can actually get you a job like CS or engineering. Or business/finance and style on the dumb frat kids

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I've been trying to work something out, but my analytic result never agrees with my numerical or graphical results.

In this PDF I detail the problem and my attempted solution. Any comments welcome, especially if it helps me work out where the real problem is.
https://a.uguu.se/popBjiME0pAa.pdf

Pic unrelated.
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Page 5 bump.
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>>8427505
If your analytical methods are indeed flawless, I have only one guess: the mixed partials of your scalar function f are not equal at the point of differentiation.

Do you have any reason to believe those partial derivatives might not be continuous? It appears to me (looking at (9)) that your partials are continuous everywhere except at the constant vectors r and t. Do r or t happen to be critical points of your scalar function? In your calculations you assume the derivatives of f are zero. If r or t are critical...
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>>8428413
In fact, this would perhaps explain why the equation can still solve back to (0, 0) despite the solution being incorrect--your argument might only be flawed at a single point.

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https://youtu.be/Fd2d7Uq_8wY

https://docs.ufpr.br/~danielsantos/ProbabilisticRobotics.pdf

Let's try to initiate a book reading. This time, as suggested in that "one are you doing right now" thread, by moderating it with short rants of summary, elaborations and asking questions.

As explained in the video, the book seems approachable for a whole bunch of majors, which is why I think it makes a good candidate, and should this work out as I intent, people can go on tangents in various directions. Sorry for the possibly quite bad accent.

An...
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https://www.amazon.de/Probabilistic-Robotics-Intelligent-Autonomous-Agents/dp/0262201623

http://www.probabilistic-robotics.org/
e.g. keywords from pic related:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Recursive_Bayesian_estimation

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kalman_filter
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I'm trying to finish a book on model checking right now, but I'll try to get on board with this one. Hopefully we can have a successful reading group at last.
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btw, if you're going to do videos regularly, get a decent microphone or shout from the top of your lungs pls (preferably the former).

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What are some good /sci/ approved study habits/practices? I breezed through high school and am breezing through my first semester of college, but I know it will get more difficult.

So what do you do to prepare for those really challenging exams to ensure that you will get an A?
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I write out my notes over and over till I know my notes off by heart. Usually takes 6 pages to memorise 1. This has been my method of study since secondary school.
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>>8433591
Work on mastering the concept from the very beginning. Don't wait to cram before an exam.


If I have a hard class I always get a jump on the course during winter, summer, etc break
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>>8433591
I believe it's called the pomorda study guide
Basically:
25 min of uninterrupted work then 5 to 10 minute break
Have every third break be 15 to 30 minutes
Also sq3r survey, question, read, recite, review

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Why are brainlets allowed to study in universities? They are nothing but trouble. They degrade the value of your degree and poison the entire field by their existence.
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because money
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>>8432705
You already know why
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>>8432715
Sad but true

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So when robots replace most of us as workers, we'll just basically do what we do in our free time currently, but for 24-7, right?

Will it be more complicated than that? What do you see as a day in the life of humanity liberated from having to work for survival?
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>>8432560

Most of normies will be playing cowaduty 388 or watching Big Brother 87. Most of us will be masturbating on VR. But it is likely that some weirdos will be pushing creativity and science to limits beyond our comprehensions because why not and life without challenges is boring.
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>>8432560

More time to do creative stuff, art and philosophy.
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>>8432560
>More machines imply more free times
Humans will reproduce way less, least appealing jobs will be machine maintenance. Majority of STEM will became engineers to create and program more machines, a very narrow but elite group will be devoted to fundamental research.

Anybody here took Cal 2?
Got a midterm on Thursday covering all the integration techniques, integration by parts, trig substitution etc., and until now I've barely opened the book.

Is it actually possible to learn this shit in the next 5 days or should I pretty much just give up? I did pretty well in Cal 1.

I'm hoping if you've taken Cal 2, you know how long it takes to master this shit.
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As in, is it even literally physically humanly psychologically practically possible?
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5 days is a lot of time if you devote all your time to it. You can do it.
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>>8432533
:DD

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Is a true technocracy even possible?

Is it desirable?
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kys commie
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No and yes.

I want utopia.
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>>8434101
Let's hope not.

No.

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What's wrong with Computer Science? Why does everyone hate students who major in it?
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>>8430180
No one likes faggots.
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>thinking that being able to program a computer puts you on the same tier as a real scientist or mathematician
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>>8430194
>implying a bachelor's degree makes you a scientist

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After two days no one on sci has been able to provide a decent argument that this man is not our guy.

Whats wrong with him and why isn't he liked around here?
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Pretentious faggot manchild with serious unresolved childhood issues.
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>>8433102
he's an arrogant dickhole. Even reddit hates him now.
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>>8433117
>>8433109

Proof?

Which idea from science is most commonly misrepresented or oversimplified by popsci?
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Evolution through natural selection.
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>>8430281
quantum mechanics, by a mile


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HiAj7S6ko9Q
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Quantum theory, because it's impossible to explain it without simplifying it.

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The largest nuke ever was 50mt, the Tsar Bomba. Original plans were for it to be 100mt but even the ruskies were afraid of that kind of power igniting the atmosphere, not to mention making the escape of the bomber from the blast radius impossible.


Theoreticly speaking, is there an upper limit to how powerfull a nuke can be? Or can you just techincally make it bigger and bigger by carefully separating the fission material in more parts before being imploded and adding more fusionable isotopes?
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>>8432963
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Doomsday_device
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Okay so here's the deal with nukes.

Even the Tsar Bomba fused a ridiculously small amount of matter. The upper limit for a bomb with today's technology probably isn't that much higher than the Tsar Bomba unless the pilot is willing to die (and even then, planes have a weight limit). Maybe a gigaton yield if a country is stupid enough to go all out is possible. That is a casual large city sterilizer and a regional threat.

Eventually we will master fusion and that's where the real big boys come into play. Our nuclear arsenal, while a significant...
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