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FIVE HUNDRED DEGREES CELSIUS
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>>8420903
amazing thread bro. im so science rite now
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>>8420903
You got a problem with that?
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>>8420903
Five hundred is also the number cocks ur mom sucked while you were a fetus.

>medicine is applied biology is applied biochemistry is applied chemistry is applied physics

If medicine is so easy, why didn't you go to medical school and go into one of the many specialties were you make a literal $300k starting, instead of living off a$25,000 grant to publish papers on some dumb shit nobody but the one other autist researching the same garbage cares about?
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>>8420661
You sound angry. Which med school did you fail out of or get denied from?

Also the reason why not many people decide to become Medical Doctors even if they could become one is because it doesn't interest them or they don't feel the costs outweigh the benefits.
>4 years undergrad
>4 years of med school
>1 year internship
>2 years residency
>70+...
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>>8420688
>>DOA's
>>Having to watch people die in your arms constantly

Sounds like an easy work day, would not complain.
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>>8420661
Because no amount of money will ever make up for the 10 years lost in the meat grinder that is med school and the residencies that follow where you're literally a slave.

Also because some people have greater intellectual ambitions than shoving tubes up some old man's arse.

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>mathematician arbitrarily chose the expected value, E[X] of a given probability distribution X:S-> R to be the sum of all (value_i - mean)^2 times p_i because it is convenient to work with.

how is this allowed? Why not just take the absolute value of it instead of squaring it
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>>8420658
>derivative of |x| is a fun thing to work with
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>>8420660

it is true tho, how the fuck do you interpret the currently accepted E[X] in words? The squaring removes any meaning from it
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That's a very strange definition you have there. Pretty sure you mixed something up.
Reference?

why are astrophysicists such hippies?

http://www.nature.com/news/the-scientists-who-support-donald-trump-1.20827
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>>8420551
so, the brainlets (economists, engineers) tend to have more conservative views (albeit still liberal in majority)? Interesting to see actual proof, but not surprising.

I don't even know why they include sociology though, embarrassing.
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>>8420565
>economists and engineers are brainlets
>not sociologists
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>>8420565
It's the differential equations. Mathematicians have the same pattern.

In response to my previous post offering advice to aspiring economists, a student emails me:

>Since the time allocation is limited, I can take only some math courses and the problem is that I am not sure which courses are most important for a successful economist and which course I should take first. Can you possibly suggest for me a list of math courses that a typical economics student should take step...
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How do we take back race realism from /pol/? Surely we need a better representative then people who will dismiss the all scientific knowledge and other advancements of the west that doesn't fit their narrative as jewish and call you a ctr shill when you come up with an argument they can't oppose. So what do we do /sci/?
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Why even bother? No one takes that board seriously and even /b/ considers them cancer. There is literally nothing to gain by investing time and energy into that tumor.

You wouldn't invest time and energy in arguing with a down syndrome victim, would you?
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>>8420375
Butthurt BLM copkiller spotted. Why don't you run back to your twitter and cry about muh oppression some more ?
>even /b/ considers them cancer.
a board that uses the N word as much as saying "hi" considers /pol/ cancer? AHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA. you retards are alone in your hilarious dindu nuffin mindset.
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>>8420375
There are many nuggets of truth in pol if you can sift through all the shit.

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How do you solve this?

Actually it's not homework, I need it for work. I tried looking up rules for logarithm/exponent equations but got nothing related to this
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>>8420308
This is a solution. It may not be unique though.
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>>8420308
0.7^k = 1.2
k = log 1.2 / log 0.7
(0.7^kx)*(0.7^10-x)
0.7^kx+10-x
0.7^x(k-1)+10 = 1
x(k-1)+10 = 0
x(k-1) = -10
x = -10/(k-1)
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>>8420318
>It may not be unique though.

Each value appears only once on an exponential curve, unless you include complex numbers.

Is play something unique to mammals?
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>>8420300

Unique to Humans. The rest is anthropomorphism.
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>>8420300
It seems like mammals are the only animals born without all of their necessary survival skills hardwired in instinct, creating the need to play to develop coordination and stuff. And the evolutionarily least efficient animals are the only ones that evolved intelligent life
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>>8420306
You don't think what baby non-human mammals do could be called playing? Because it looks like they all play a lot, while a baby reptile or something never does that

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Is biology meme field?
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>>8420270

The science of the life. The most complicated science.
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As someone getting a masters in an ecology program, id say the science is there. It seems biology answers questions by looking for exceptions to a rule and explaining them (maybe all science does this) but you cant just throw bullshit out there. You have to test it and prove it with some amount of certainty (a lot of replication and good stats to back up statements) of you want to publish. If you are a modeler trying to explain every input in a system the math is rigorous, other wise i only see basic calculus and algebra being applied to describe curves. id also prefer the term...
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>>8420289
>unifying theory of life

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What do you anons think about the species concept?
From a birth we are taught that everything is a separate kind of organism, which can be catagorised into a unique species. This whole concept underpins so many facets of science, but is not real. Its just a construct by humans so we can catagorise and understand life around us better, but from my understanding there really is no such thing as a species.
Can anyone prove me wrong?
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>>8420203
>Its just a construct by humans so we can catagorise and understand life around us better, but from my understanding there really is no such thing as a species.
Well yeah but it's not like they group things together arbitrarily.
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>>8420203
Speciation has a pretty rigid definition desu senpai
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>>8420208
What is a definition of species that applies across all taxon?

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>implying being a software engineer isn't the elite choice
enjoy never amounting to nothing because you need to suck dick of your goverment official to give you a grant.

enjoy having no jobs prospects.
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>>8420187
Dumb frogposter
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>>8420187
engineers are better in every respect
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>>8420195
Not in research for superconductors.

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Is there anyone on /sci/ who isn't a student?

I've only recently started checking this board regularly, but it seems like every single poster here is in school. Aren't there any posters who just post here because they're interested in science and math?
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>>8420147
No. /sci/ is getting deleted soon anyway so who gives a fuck.
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Donate or die.
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>>8420147
Nope. This board used to be for neets and wagecucks who liked to do math in their spare time. The reddit invasion brought with it tons of autistic undergrads.

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In this picture, you can assume the relationship between the two columns is 2 * x = Y just by looking at it.

How would you find the relationship between two columns with several million numbers and no obvious sequence or pattern?

I've done some searching and the closest thing I can find is the formula for linear regression.
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>>8420143
Wow, you answered your own question.

Great thread OP. I'm sad it's over.
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if the numbers in one column do not repeat you find a polynomial of degree n where n is the size of the columns, that maps the first one to the other.
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if you're a pleb tier programmer like me looking for a quick way to map x to y try this place:
https://mycurvefit.com/

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How can there even be gay people from an evolutionary standpoint? Gay people have no way to pass on their genes since two guys can't make a baby. So how in the hell does it exist at all? I'm pretty sure this proves that you can't be born gay. Those that call themselves "gay" just have a fetish for males, same as one guy might have fetish for asians or blondes etc.
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>implying homosexuality is genetic and not choice
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>>8413570
There's already a gay thread.
>>8420021
Proof that homosexuality is genetic is in that thread.
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>>8420025
I just looked through the thread and found nothing proving that.

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>find the probability of getting a head
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50/50, either it happens or it doesn't
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>>8420017

theres also a chance the coin lands on its side
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>>8420114
only on a set of measure zero

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What is the /sci/ approved way to developing a good work ethic

How do we end the "smart but lazy" meme once and for all
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>work ethic
Do not waste your time creating such a thing, it pans out as a concept designed to distract and disorganize workers /age slaves.

I don't have a work ethic. I operate on universal underlying personal ethics. I probably appear to employers to have excellent work ethic, but it's strictly an indirect consequence of the above. An illusion in that sense. If I ever compromise my ethics, I either have a good reason, or will very soon be living with the knowledge I was too weak, stupid, or cowardly to do things how I truly...
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>>8419843
t. ignatius reilly
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>>8419847
You'll be okay.

So me an a friend have been debating on a small problem. Say you have 4 dice, you role them and drop the smallest number. Will the medium be the same or different (on average) if you rolled 3 dice and rerolled the smallest?
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Are you asking the "median" of the dice being identical to the median of the previous roll?
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>>8419515
different, removing the smallest number will create a higher average than re-rolling a die
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>>8419519
Close enough to make a difference. Like of done enough times, will the 4 dice method give me better ( or worse, or the same) numbers than reroling the lowest

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How possible do you believe it is that, with sustained effort, we could eliminate the suffering and ill-health associated with biological ageing by developing deliberate medical interventions to reverse the damage accumulated by the body over time as a natural consequence of metabolism?
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>>8419507
It is possible. Several people are already working on it it's called negligible senescence.

You probably won't see something pop until the 2020s-2030s
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>>8419530

How can I make it happen sooner?

Even by a month?
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>>8419530
>he fell for grey beard's meme

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Hey /sci/

If I wanted to learn a language for the sake of prospects in nuclear engineering (particularly reactor design that's all wrapped up in tape right now in the USA thanks to the NRC) careers, which should I learn? I've had friends recommend Russian and French. Are there any others I should consider?
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SENPAI desu that's it, you could argue German as well if you're not a brainlet. Mandarin may or may not be useful, people haven't figured out what chinas endgame is yet
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>>8421181
>German

Aren't they shutting down all of their power plants right now so they can buy nuclear power from France?
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>>8419500
Fission or fusion?

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Do you guys actually learn during class/lectures?

I sit there like a cuck and can't learn a damn thing. Taking statics, physics, calc 3 and some other shit and I don't learn anything, while my classmates seem to get it.

I have to go to the library or learn the material myself to get it, class is a waste of time.
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>>8419474
I've had good teachers and bad, my favorite so far is one who expected you to read the section before class and who worked like hell to be a suplimentary source for the book. We actually held discussion rather than lecture.
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Read the lectures material beforehand, turd. The kids who just "get it" are doing just that.

One can't hope to make meaningful observations and statements the first time they see something
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Okay, looks like the way to go is to read ahead. Thanks boys.

>Observation:
>It seems more likely for a hot woman to be dating an ugly dude than for a hot dude to date an ugly woman.
>Gay male couples seem to both be super fit and generally good looking.
>Gay female couples are less good-looking, or at least less likely to be good-look, and much less likely for both to be good looking.

>Hypothesis
>Males (both gay or straight) tend to be more superficial...
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Any study that takes subjective analysis is not very valid

Hypothesis need to be validated by a definitive metric, your professors will laugh at you when you introduce your taste in women as the metric for beauty
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Also, I did a study on who gave the best blowjobs, black people, Asian people, white people, and your mom.
In a double blind randomized trial, 5 men in their 20s that were heterosexual chose your mom as the best fellatio
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>>8419435
>Not very valid

Wew lad, take a look at a social science journal sometime. Just because it's not valid doesn't mean it can't be published.

Anyway OP, in principle this shouldn't be that hard. You'd need to get a fairly large and "random" sample of couples and each subject agree to undergo a "hotness" test. For example, you could have each participant rate the attractiveness of some or all of the other participants of the opposite...
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why are there so many men with small dicks?
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Women were spoils of war who were raped by the strongest man. Dick size was inconsequential.
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That is because perennial pubertarianism is not selected for.
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Wow dude what an uninspired question why don't you check out SQT?

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If you can't solve this problem, then you are a brainlet who needs to get off this board.

Consider a function $F:\mathbb{C}^2\to\mathbb{C}^2$ of the form F(x,y)=(p(x,y), q(x,y)) where the components p and q are polynomials.

Suppose the Jacobian determinant $p_xq_y-p_yq_x$ is a non-zero complex number.

Show that the components of G^{-1} are polynomials.

If you've taken any real analysis course this should not be difficult.
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>>8419362
>G
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>>8419375
Whoops. Meant to write

>Show that the components of F^{-1} are polynomials
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>Linear algebra, complex analysis

>"If you've taken any real analysis course this should not be difficult."

I don't even know why I'm responding to this. OP is a faggot. Do your own damn homework OP.

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I'm not versed in science, I would like your opinion on this:

http://www.wallstreetdaily.com/2016/10/17/artificial-intelligence-ai/
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>>8419336
If you have enough time to read shitty blogs you have enough time to get versed in science. Why would you believe our opinions over other people's opinions? Get to actually knowing things instead of being strung along by whoever's agenda persuades your emotions more.
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>>8419344
You didnt even read it dont you? Sperglord
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>>8419336

OP we'll let you in on a little secret. As far as we can tell, robots taking over humanity within the next decade has a 50/50 chance of occurring.
Either it happens, or it doesn't.

All there is to do now is take up smoking.

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When will you stupid fucking brainlets realize that just because you can't prove that something yet exists doesn't mean that it doesn't exist.

You fucking brainlets in 1850 would be saying the same stupid shit.
>There's no way you can split the atom anon. You can't prove it. Atom splitting doesn't exist.

Okay brainlets. Just like atom splitting you are wrong about God and other metaphysical concepts existing.
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>>8419292
doesn't even go on sci enough to troll
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>>8419292

>>>/out/ism
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everything about science from 1900 to 1950 was objectively better than what we have now

>all kind of technologies discovered
>all kinds of medical breakthroughs, antibiotics, surgery techniques, brilliant inventors who give their shit away for free like the polio vaccine and insulin
>people always trying to figure out new shit, the sky was the limit

now
>pharamcorp spent another 10 billion on another boner drug lol
>doesn't...
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Are distinctions between digit ratio and general hand anatomy at all substantial, or are they closer to a soft science? I know the aforementioned ratio is relative to testosterone levels, but do you as an individual have an experience that justifies these claims? Pic very related
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To add to my post, controversially, it's been said that a longer pointer than ring finger indicates a proclivity towards homosexuality. Incorporate that assertion when considering the post.
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>>8419168
I'm a handlet myself like the right hand in pic. I got bullied by /r9gay/ today when I posted my hand in a watch thread reee
I'm also exclusively left handed and is ASD with ADHD so my experiences match the infographic actually.
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>>8419190
Cut your fucking nails goddamn. Unless you're trying to transition maybe start working out your habd muscles because your hand looks really girly

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There is absolutely no point to math proofs
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>>8419149

Prove it mathematically.
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How do you figure? Proving that a rule is true in every case is pretty valuable, it allows you just use it without worrying whether it will apply to the specific problem at hand as long as it's within the parameters of the proof.
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If there is no mathematical proof, it doesn't exist.

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>tfw we will never have a world free of harmful/annoying bacteria
>even if we colonize other star systems they'll hitchhike with us in our colons and keep annoying us forever
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>tfw STDs and pregnancy risk are still a thing
>can't just have casual sex with whoever whenever
>even involved or meaningful sex has an element of risk
What a joke.
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>>8419087

They are harmful when your immune system is bad for whatever reasons (stress, malnutrition, etc) and when your non-pathogenic bacteria in and on your body are not quite numerous.
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>>8419167
If you believe that pathogens are only dangerous when your immune system isn't functioning correctly then you're pretty ignorant

I have a theory about why life might be easier for women than men, in modern society.

In the animal world, males and females tend to have equally difficult lives. You might say "but females have to care for young, while men just dump their sperm and beat it". This is true, but it still ends up being hard to be a male, since you have to work very hard to find a female to mate with. And you're much more likely to be a failure and never mate. An extreme example of this is the birds of paradise. Take a look at this poor son of a bitch:

https://youtu.be/W7QZnwKqopo?t=2m6s

This...
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Is life really all that much easier for women? Seems pretty shitty if you ask me. You gotta deal with periods, you gotta worry more about STDs because your vagina is basically a bacterial/protozoan incubator compared to a urethra which is harder to infect, nobody takes you seriously because you're a woman, you gotta waste time applying makeup. I could go on, but I think I've made my point. I'm glad I was born a male.
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>>8419012
My explanation is simpler.

Western society has for the last age and a half put women on a sky scrapper of a pedestal and tries its best to please women.
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There are ups and downs for both sexes in society. I do feel that men typically have a harder time finding a mate, which as you stated, is likely the result of the biological drives of females. Females, at least in nature, want to be picky about their mate, because due to the sheer length of pregnancy and rearing a child would be strenuous or dangerous if the father was incompetent. However, on the flip side of the coin, men who have many desired traits get laid all the time. It's really an all or nothing type scenario- either you're a lucky stud or a poor dud.
-coming...
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Hey Orbital ATK is going to put its Cygnus supply ship into space to dock with the ISS. If anyone wants to see it live, here's the stream

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UdmHHpAsMVw
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Virginia here, going outside to see it now. Fingers Crossed for a successful launch.
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Solid launch. Hope it links up with ISS no problem.
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>>8419745
Hope it crashes into the ISS and blows it up

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If you went back in time and changed something from your past, would it effect everyone and change their lives or just effect you?
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depends on the event. though the further away from that event, the more likely it changes others too.
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>>8418858
>>>/x/

This does not belong in /sci/. Since it does not exist, you can make up anything you want.
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>>8418858
If I could go back in time I would find your parents before they created you and explain to them the terrible mistake they are making. Then, because you no longer exist, this post would no longer exist, and the five internet strangers reading this post would be reading something more interesting, like a story of a guy that licked a llama's asshole and decided it tasted like burnt buttered spinach.

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