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REDPILL ME ON ALCHEMY, CAN I DO MY EDWARD ELRIC JUTSUS WITH IT?
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>>8532831
>alchemy
>/sci/
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Dr. P.J. Forshaw - assistant professor at the Center for History of Hermetic Philosophy and Related Currents (GHF) of the University of Amsterdam

UvA student tour in The Ritman Library - Exhibition Alchemy on the Amstel

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Students of Peter Forshaw's Alchemy Class were given a guided tour of the current exhibition Alchemy on the Amstel

Exeter Centre for the Study of Esotericism (EXESESO) Staff

Peter Forshaw, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. (London)
Course Lecturer in Renaissance Kabbalah and Number Symbolism. My research interests...
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Inside the Bibliotheca Philosophica Hermetica - Amsterdam - The J.R. Ritman Hermetic Library

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Conference 'Around 1600': E. Ritman and P. Forshaw - Infinitie Fire Interview Series

youtu.be/ScQT7ZP8Wwo

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it's about 34 degrees outside and there is about an inch of snow on my car. it's going to rain for the next 10 hours with the temperature slowly rising to 40 degrees. tomorrow morning will there be snow on my car to clean off?
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>>8532786
There is a reason we use supercomputers for weather prediction
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>>8532862
Sp we don't get dressed to wipe off our cars? Seems a bit pricey.
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>>8533102
no, because it is hard

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So I work at Harvard university as a biological researcher and I was researching the micro evolution of mankind. So I was comparing the DNA of a black African male to that of a white European male and I noticed something weird about the African's dna: he had 48 chromosomes. It is a well known fact that in the course of evolution two of the 24 chromosomes in one set (n) of chromosomes often referred to as chromosome 2a and chromosome 2b merged into one chromosome resulting in us now having 23 pairs of chromosomes (so 46 chromosomes in total (if nothing got fucked up in the...
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Maybe he had downs syndrome
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>>8532662
>So I work at Harvard university as a biological researcher and I was researching the micro evolution of mankind.
(You)
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>>8532662
>I work at Harvard university as a biological researcher
>Africans have 48 chromosomes

t. /pol/ trying to LARP as a scientist

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Are there any advantages or disadvantages to reading with an e-reader compared to a traditional book?

I've heard things like "scientific studies show that people who read physical books remember things easier" and stuff, but it could be total bullshit.
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>>8532607
Yeah that's bullshit.

"Muh eyestrain" is also bullshit.

Just read your textbooks however you like.

Never listen to a paperfag.
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>>8532627
it's not bullshit, olfactory and physical memory play a bigger role than you'd expect
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>>8532633
Hello, OP.

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have the ice caps at our polar regions always existed?
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>>8532597
No earth was formed into a primordial tropical steaming soup and has been cooling ever since. Eventually it will be covered in ice, out gassing and tectonic activity will cease and the atmosphere finally will be blown into space and all life on earth ends for ever and ever.
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>>8532622
brb, going into space
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>>8532626
I think with current human population numbers we should commence firing encapsulated humans at distant solar systems now while we can. A voluntary program of course. Can have live twitter feeds and facebook updates as they depart our system and what not.

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Is he correct?
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>>8532548
>visualiziaciones
Excuse me what?

No need to reply, shitty OP.
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>>8532548
>visualiziaciones
Fucking disgusting.
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yep

everything can be broken down to a statistical representation

(doesn't mean humans or computers are smart enough to find patterns in it all however)

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This is the latest scientific theory which is the first to completely explain existence.
It will be scientific belief soon enough, once I have it published.

Meanwhile, enjoy 4shan :)

https://1drv.ms/w/s!AshN1BJh7gg5lwFO1FRIypYGOrRx
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>>8532481
I did post my working version a month or two ago, some of you might have seen that. This is the finished result.
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>he thinks I'm going to click that link

lolnothanks
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>>8532527
It's onedrive... hahaha. 1drive.microsoft.

This is the expanded link if you don't trust me though ;P
https://onedrive.live.com/view.aspx?resid=3908EE6112D44DC8!2945&ithint=file%2cdocx&app=Word&authkey=!AE7UVEjKlgY6tHE

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why havent routine surgeries been automated yet?
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>>8532334
Why would you pay a machine thousands of dollars?
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>>8532347
because it has a lot of debt to pay off
it costs a lot of money to get built these days
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This will be one of the last things to be automated.

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If the moon landings really happened then why don't a lot of people believe it did?

How can millions of people be so wrong and a few scientists and astronauts be right?
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>>8532063
Why waste time on /sci/, OP?
Your parents are sad.
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>>8532072
Why are you here then
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>>8532063
Superficially compelling evidence such as weird shadows and hatches being too small for astronauts.

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Undergrad math student here, I'm about to take babby's first real mathematics class focusing on proofs and such. We're to use this textbook, but I hear that it's sorta shit on its own. Any recommendations for a good book to start self studying methods of proof and real analysis so
I don't embarrass myself this coming semester?
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Tao
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>>8531954
Last year physics undergrad here, took real analysis as an optative, one of the worst experiences in my life. I'm too brainlet for that, bye
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>>8531954
It's pretty overkill to spend a whole book just learning proofs. Your introductory textbooks will go slow enough that you can learn it through those.
If you understand what a contrapositive is (most undergraduates fucking hate contrapositives for some reason) and how proofs by negation/contradiction work (on the other hand most undergrads try to do everything by contradiction) you're ahead.

Abbott's understanding analysis is a pretty nice book that takes great care in explaining the basic mechanics...
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someone explain this fucking equation to me.

20 divided by 5 = 4
2 multiplied by 2 = 4

why is there no function between the 20/5 and (2x2)?
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google just adds the "multiply" symbol there. why does it assume that?

also, how the fuck do you even get a "1" as answer?
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>>8531938
I would have a hard time taking seriously someone that says 1 is the answer to that problem.
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>>8531938
>both are equally correct
American education everyone

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Theories of cognitive evolution suggest that social species are also smarter.

Species with proportionally larger brains also tend to larger social networks.

Complex social structures are a sign of intelligence.

How come, then, so many intelligent academics throughout the ages have been complete social outcasts or otherwise wondrously socially inept?

For yourself, why do you have so few (if any) friends?
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Probably because the cognitive tasks required to be a social organism are not necessarily the same as those required to be a human calculator, coupled with plasticity in cognitive function, especially when you consider differences in rearing patterns between individuals.

Social species like crows and scrub jays typically need a fine tuned memory to be able to navigate social interactions; keeping tabs of who helped you and who hurt you, who you can and can not depend on, and being able to remember where food caches are stored, ect.

Also bear in mind that for many...
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>>8532085
>To answer your final question, I have no friends.
>Kill me.

Would you rather be a brainlet normie? And don't be a liar, you have us!
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>>8531935
being more social allows them to learn that it is best to be left alone

how is it possible for people to get their master's or PHD before they even turn 20?

Do they just study at home and pass exams at a university to get their degree?
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>>8531912
Nope, they're usually just a meme. Universities just give them this shit in hopes that they stick around the university for the rest of their life.
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>>8531912
Either this >>8531919 or their parents belt the fuck out of them when they are children and the trade off is that they are mentally damaged for the rest of their lives.
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>>8531912
It's a combination of being brilliant and having parents who recognize that you're brilliant and shove textbooks up your ass from age 4 and put you in accelerated programs so you finish high school at 13

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How can we heal the ozone layer? Or is the hole going to keep getting bigger and bigger?
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>>8531637
It already is healing. So long as we avoid fucking it up again, it should slowly come right.
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>it should slowly come right.
But very, very slowly. CFCs are class I ozone depleting substances, HCFC is class II, less effective.
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>>8531637
We already did something about it.

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scientifically, what is wrong with eugenics?
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1.you are in the dark as to what genes you are trying to amplify
2.you are in the dark if they are being amplified at all
3.it's too slow
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loss of genetic diversity is a main one. an engineered society would be less able to adapt to a changing environment.
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>>8531608
Its a social theory not a scientific one

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it seems the universe always finds a way to avoid infinities, so wouldnt this apply to black holes and their singularity as well?
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>>8531583
[Citation needed]
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>>8531583
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>>8531588
the water vortex is an example. the mathematics imply that the water has infinite speed at the center, but this is avoided by there not being any water at the center

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How do i stop being a brainlet?
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studying
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You have to make knowledge your hobby. It's like a fire under your belly. Suddenly school isn't just work, but it's your life. Knowledge isn't just something you use to pass tests it's something you internalize and apply. When you find that fire suddenly you'll find yourself reading books on mathematics, not because you need to, but because you want to. You want to internalize the information and use it for your research or for something you're making, or to discover an application for it. Or to simplify a problem you've encountered.

Until...
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>>8531609
What books would you recommend? I was thinking about buying pic related but im not sure if its a good deal

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What is this trying to say?
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>>8531446

That dogs have thumbs.
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The branch they're on is made of baloney. The pointing dog is Detective Ruff, Baloney Detector. It's like you haven't even read the comic.
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>>8531446
goddidit

Heres a challenge for you brainlets.

Give me one use of solar panels that no one has thought of

>pro tip you cant
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>>8531366
you can barbecue on them ;^)
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>>8531366
Well solar panels were invented to only take advantage of the sun's energy so unless you MacGuyver your way into some other use then go a head.

DESU if Solar Panels were simply made more efficient that would be a huge benefit but currently they only produce about 20% the energy they take in.
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>>8531366
food for thought

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I1035WJzPTM

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>tfw to intelligent to believe in mainstream myths about oil shortages

Petroleum is NOT from fossilized organic material. It is something that the Earth's mantle produces from rocks. There is a nearly infinite source of oil into which we have yet to be able to tap. It may become more expensive to access the sea of abiotic oil, but we will at least have oil for as long as we exist on this planet.
>Experiments under high temperatures and pressures produced many hydrocarbons—including n-alkanes through C10H22...
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>>8530949
you sir are a boob
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>How oil is created has nothing to do with the fact that oil is finite

It is though. Abiotic oil theory states that the mantle produces oil. If that is the case, then the oil we have drilled so far comprises the part of the mantle's oil that seeped up. Whatever seeped up must be a smaller part of a greater whole. So abiotic oil theory being true means there is a vast sea of oil yet to be accessed.
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does this mean post scarcity global communist utopia is achievable within our lifetimes?

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reddit com/r/Futurology/comments/5hozmq/video_public_release_maths_proof_of_pnp/

Posted in /b/ also.
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>>8530948
>leddit
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please go back to your echo chamber
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Holy fuck dude you're litterally delusional .you made a whole fifteen minute fucking video explaining absolutely nothing and you litterally just made yourself look like a delusional fool.

Shite video and shite reddit post.

Maybe... We are fucked?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NE_KgYLQCK0

Seismograms and numerous experts in this area warn that this abundance of earthquakes could be a misleading sign that something serious is happening in the bowels of the Earth. It is a global disturbance in the core of our planet that causes an unknown vibration.
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>>8530895
This is something that by probabilities would be stupid and do not even know they exist, but could it be a micro-black hole? (I do not know what could cause one of them and I do not know if they can cause such earthquakes)
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>>8530910
>I have no idea what I'm talking about, but could the answer be [sci-fi meme]?
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>>8530975
kek

>>8530895
I read a note on a news page, but I did not see it in the section of "science" or a page that talks about science, does not say that experts in the ambit talks about that "vibration" they just say that it is rare to produce "big" earthquakes so often

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What math class does one take when they officially stop being a brainlet?
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>>8530841
Topology imo
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>>8530841
business calc
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>>8530843

Topology is /lit/ not math.

To answer OPs question summability theory.

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What are your study habits?
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>he needs to study
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>>8530793
I do the coursework and then later brush up on any topics that I didn't understand completely.
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>>8530812
Sums up what I do pretty well.

However, I also do study groups once a month for my upper-div courses and then study hard for finals week. Maintaining a 4.0 in my undergrad. Definitely an over-achiever and half-brainlet.

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Why aren't you studying machine learning and AI?
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>>8530554
"AI" is codeword for "I'm stuck in the 1920's". Only DL and RL are worth studying nowadays. Shitloads of SJWs everywhere, though, not sure if it'll still be science by next decade.
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When will AI be able to improve upon itself?
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traditional AI is pretty fucking interesting, ML gets boring after a while though

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Why shouldn't I stand or walk in front of the antennas?
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>>8530527
you might get AIDS
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>>8530527
for about the same reason you shouldn't stick your head in a microwave oven when it's running
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>>8530527
You'd block the signal, fatass. You'd give the antenna cancer.

Hey /sci/.
So I'm taking a basic (baby's first) biology class in the springtime. I need it for my community college AA (transfer degree).
I'm getting my feet wet in all kinds of subjects and can't really pick a major. I'm very optimistic about biology.
I'm just worried it won't be a very engaging class.
>tl; dr.
>OP has to take an essentials of biology class.
>OP thinks biology is cool.
>OP is afraid the class...
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Well, biology helped me to realize the beauty of life on micro-level.
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biology isnt worth it unless your willing to commit to a career in medicine
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>>8530486
What about the upcoming field combining say, neurology and engineering?
Or Biology and neurology?
We're making strides toward integrating technology and biology everyday( and by we, I mean people very ahead of me).

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Are there things in computing or programming that just work and we don't know how they do yet? Like any mysteries or something that can't be figured out?

I can't imagine there possibly could be, since we made all that stuff from scratch, but I won't know unless I ask I guess.
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>>8530413
Ya a lot of stuff is just guess work. Best example I can think of is in real time applications. You really don't know what's going on at any point with the data but just have statistics to go off. There's noise in computing that we can't explain or predict completely. We just know how to get around it and such at the expense of efficiency.
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>>8530413
https://www.damninteresting.com/on-the-origin-of-circuits/

This might interest you
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>>8530413

What you are describing is in fact actually happening now, with some regularity.

It goes like this: computer programmers program a computer or series of computers to do a bunch of different, very complicated and tedious/onerous things. Prove a theorem, trade on the market, etc. But a complex and rich behavior emerges.

Then the computers do something that is either a pleasant surprise, or unexpected. They cause the market to start crashing, they prove the theorem, or they accurately model the physical...
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Help me out /sci/, where can I download the solution manuals to Jackson's and Griffiths' (Introduction to) Classical Electrodynamics? Much appreciated.
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internet
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>>8530390
pls
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deep in your heart

What's the verdict on this one? I like listening to some techno and vaporwave(instrumental) when I study, it seems to allow my brain to "chew" on something which some how allows me to concentrate better.

"At Princeton he received complaints for regularly playing extremely loud German march music on his gramophone, which distracted those in neighbouring offices, including Albert Einstein, from their work.[53] Von Neumann did some of his best work in noisy, chaotic environments, and once admonished his wife for preparing a quiet study for him to work...
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>>8530310
I hate noise, even if I'm not studying. I just hate basically all sounds that aren't either classical music or anime girls. But I hate any noise at all if I'm studying.
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>>8530353
What about ambient noises?
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>>8530353
You forgot
>Pic related it's me


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