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>Computer Science is going to be the biggest most innovative and important field this century
>I don't have any sort of passion for Computer Science

I'm going into engineering, but fuck, I wish I had a passion for computer science. Going to end up getting a good job doing something not very interesting instead of getting a good job being involved in some of the biggest breakthroughs in history.
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>>8416401
I feel the same way, bruh
t.chemfag
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>>8416401
>>8416410
I'm a nuclear physicist with electrical engineering, pure mathematics and computer science experience, how should I feel?
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It's not computer science. It's programming. Just get a cert and study new languages to be employed for making medical shit.

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What do you think about Mechatronics Engineering?
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Meme career path
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>>8416302
M E M E
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M
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>>8416313
Everything is a meme according to you faggots...

>>8416302
Mechatronics is a good jack-of-all-trades major. If your can't decide between EE and ME, then you'll be fine with it.

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Is psychology a science?

Would you consider it STEM?
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>>8416171
I actually would. I've seen many people on-line bash psychology as a field but it can actually be quite rigourous. Those researchers don't just fuck around and tell gossip at the coffee table, you know.
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>>8416171
Many people here say it isn't science, but that's technically wrong.

It's a science all right, it's just not hard/rigorous at all in comparison to the natural sciences.
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>>8416171
"""""soft science''""""

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Okay, let's say a meteor is on a collision course with Earth. It's big enoughto destroy almost all life on Earth.
What would be the easiest way to change it's course? And with all the resources available.

Now, let's say it's a smaller one that will cause a lot of damages BUT it's made of a lot of rare materials. What would be the best way to capture it?

I've been thinking about this for like an hour, with technologies existing now and in the near future.

So, what's your ideas?
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well seeing that meteors have their own small gravitation, it would be possible to land on it and stay comfortably. I would say we get a crew from an oil rig that knows how to drill into different terrains well. When they land on the meteorite they could drill to the center and place a nuclear weapon of sorts. If a nuclear explosion was placed at the center and coordinated with the meteors trajectory, then the pieces of the meteorite would fling past earth and out of the orbit.
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>>8415898
Would a nuke work in space? There would be a shock wave within the meteor sure but not as much as on Earth because there is no atmosphere.
Maybe the radiations caused by the explosion would do something?
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>>8415898
Wouldn't it make more sense to train astronauts how to drill instead of training oil rig workers to be astronauts?

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I seriously want to know the science behind this, is it normal that after being exposed to hentai mangas/doujins for so long its normal that you don't find your own kind (3d) attractive? I seriously just realized that I can't even get hard to any porn/human, but when I see a black and white drawing of a chinese cartoon with an ahegao I get a raging boner, what is the meaning behind this?

Is this normal? Or is there seriously something wrong with me
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>>8415524
It's not really a scientific question, you've just come to the realization that 3d is pig disgusting.
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>>8415533
I mean though, is it biologically normal that Im not even attracted to my own kind, over a drawing? Im pretty stumped
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>>8415546
No, it's not normal. 2D drawings don't have a vagina.

3D vaginas own the fucking world, just accept it.

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T - 16 hours until Antares - Cygnus flies again for the first time since the accident in 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBxjLumpmcI&index=2

>new first stage engines never tested in flight
>new second stage, also never tested in flight
What are the chances of a successful launch, /sci/?

I'd wager 40% at best.
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>>8415492
>>8413654
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>delayed 24 hours
reee
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>>8415492
So the blast will be bigger than last time with SpaceX?

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How long does it take for you to get tired/bored of your research?
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5 minutes
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>>8415206
well when you stand around 5 hours a day looking at rats dig holes>>8415206
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/sci/

I need your help! I am a first year undergrad, trying to get into biophysics research, and I recently was talking to this lab in person about their work and I really want to get involved and told me to shoot them an e-mail, if i am interested in working with them.

What should this e-mail include? I completed making a resume to attach to e-mail, as I presume them to want. I asked for some literature on the topic, and said if i want more just to ask.

Please help me /sci/ I don't want to lose on this wonderful opportunity!

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Can you guys tell me how the lunar lander worked? Here are the schematics.
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let me guess you are one of those moon landing denier conspiracy retards right?

Kill yourself and get back to pol.

>>>/pol/
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why did it need so much helium?
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>>8414980
It's used to displace the fuel

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What makes a shit float vs sink?
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>>8414767
Density.
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>>8414774
>Destiny
fixed
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>>8414774
Basically this.

Archimedes' Principle, for dummies:
>Shit lands in water
>Some water is displaced
>Water tries to go back
>Applies force to push shit back
>The displaced water has the same volume as the shit.
>The force is equal to the weight of the displaced water.

So, basically, if the shit is denser...
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Writing a short story.

Tell me about biomedical research in the United States.
My understanding is that the pharmaceutical companies shoulder most of the actual legwork in drug research (with help from government funding). How much research in drug development actually comes from the federal government itself? Thanks.
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>My understanding is that the pharmaceutical companies shoulder most of the actual legwork in drug research (with help from government funding).

This is largely accurate, for "pharmaceutical companies" encompasses a vast swath of firms. The process of developing a drug typically runs anywhere from 8 - 15 years, and costs over a billion dollars. Big pharmaceutical companies have the resources that smaller biotech start-ups and universities do not.

>How much research in drug development actually comes...
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I'll just leave this here.

The best thing for America to do is allow a free market in healthcare.

This is the only way we could have someone like elon musk create massive innovation in the healthcare industry.

Free the fucking market
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>>8415809

I see. So the US government doesn't have its own 'in-house' labs? There's no NASA or DARPA of biomedical research?

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What's in the night sky, I'm in England and in the Noth/North east I can see something that's moving to slow to be a plane, too fast to be a star, and I think too low to be a space station.
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make vidya
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>>8414620
>moving to slow to be a plane
it's a plane
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>>8414638
It also seems too high

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Were the global warming and smoking threads both deleted?
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>>8414529
Yes, both. Some anon complained that "Apparently /sci/ is allowed to be skeptical of global warming, but not something like smoking. Sounds like a double standard." Result: double deletion.
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>>8414529
global warming meme is contained within >>>/x/
smoking isn't dangerous meme is contained within >>>/trash/
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>>8414613
now we just need to get rid of that fluoride thread.

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I am stuck with this one. How do I become proficient at math?
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Riding
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stewart isn't terrible, it is just denigrated because sci autists prefer that there were no difference between calculus and analysis courses.
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>>8414330
>proficient
You may become good enough at Calculus, certainly not proficient at it, and much less proficient at math.

It's not a bad book. It's not the best one, either. But it's certainly the best for beginners. If you complement it with Schaum's outlines of Calculus, you'll be good.

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Is MIT a meme?
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>>8413885
No
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>>8413885
Maybe
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>>8413886
>t.triggered MIT student

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Help me find this molecule anon

trying to figure out why one of my classmate wrote it in my schoolbook
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>>8413367
it's weed
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(3S,4S,6R,7S)-6,7-diamino-3-(2,2-dichloroacetyl)-4- (3-ethynylphenyl)-8,8,8-trifluoro-2-iminooctanoic acid

Doesn't seem to be a known structure.
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>>8414317
Then why does it have a name?

Checkmate, scientists.

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Microscopy pictures thread
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>>8413365
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>>8413366
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>>8413368

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>mfw I give bad advice on Researchgate to sabotage other researchers

Who /devlish/ here?
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how do you feel about possibly hindering discoveries someone else would've made that you wouldn't have made anyway?
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>>8412237
I think my image sums up my feelings pretty nicely.
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>>8412249
so you have no qualms with stunting scientific progress then? are you only in it for the money?

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>stole calculus from leibniz
>stole universal graviation from hooke
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Newton invented calculus independently of Leibniz...Leibniz notation is superior, but it doesn't change the fact that Newton developed it as well


Hooke had no where near the mathematical talent of Newton to put it in reality
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>>8411045
He was an alchemist as well, which is really funny considering today's cultist science thinks it's baloney
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>>8411045
>>stole universal graviation from hooke

citation needed

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Hello, /sci/. I have a few questions to ask.

1. How do I get to an expert level in competitive programming? (You can assume I'm a beginner with no previous experience.)

2. What kind of mathematics do I need to excel in programming? (You can also assume I'm learning basic mathematics and I'm in highschool) Pic related is considered a god in competitive programming and he's very good at mathematics.

Thank you.
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Read Knuths Art Of Computer Programming (nobody ever finishes) for the math and practice C++ and a scripting language regularly. Then make a github account and read a lot of code

http://www.cplusplus.com/doc/tutorial/
http://cpp.sh/
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Art_of_Computer_Programming
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>What kind of mathematics do I need to excel in programming?

none
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>>8409754
Tbh,
You have to be proficient with Graph Theory and some Calculus, at least.
There'll come a point when its gonna be more than useful

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Ok /sci/entists, we all know you can't divide by zero, but WHY exactly can't you divide by zero? Please no meme answers like "you just can't" or "you can't because the calculator says so".
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>>8427155
>but WHY exactly can't you divide by zero?

Because you aren't technically dividing.
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You can't divide by zero because humans didn't find any logic in that

Maybe dividing by zero would lead to an infinite result ?
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>>8427155
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Division_by_zero
s@ge

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What if particles are not IN space, but there is a binary system. One bit in the grid is either energy or space. So each Planck area is “on” or “off” (the only degree of freedom). If it is on, we call it energy, if it is off, we call it space. In that sense, particles are not points or strings, but combinations of “space” and “energy”.
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>>8432461
>planck length is the resolution of space
>mfw
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>>8432461
What then is an electric charge
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>>8432489
I would say it is the ratio between energy and space. If there is an equal amount of energy and space (red and green) there is no charge.

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Post your resumes. Give pointers etc
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>activities from high school on resume
>posting conferences attended
>resume not written in LaTeX for someone that's in a STEM field and should know better
really nigga
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>>8430126
>work experience at the end
ghastly

>3.132 GPA
errrfff

>all that black space
huwurrrrrrr......huwurrrrr.....
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>>8430126
>society of women engineers

into the trash it goes

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If you raised a child in a 4D simulation would they be able to properly comprehend 4D naturally for research?
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>>8421710
>Implying a 4D simulation will be possible.

If a 4th dimension does exist, raising a child in one probably wouldn't be a good idea.
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>>8421722
If you could get a rudimentary simulation of 3D into 2D and 2D into 1D why couldn't you do a rudimentary simulation of 4D into 3D?

In essence you'd get a child that learns about its surrounding in 4D and his brain would "transcend" 3D when brought into our world which would be helpful for spacetime research
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>>8421710
I think the human neurological machinery could probably handle 4D logic if exposed from birth. Soon I will attempt to figure if it can be learned as well.

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>It’s important to say that the idea of Mars as a lifeboat is wrong, in both a practical and a moral sense.
>There is no Planet B, and it’s very likely that we require the conditions here on earth for our long-term health. When you don’t take these new biological discoveries into your imagined future, you are doing bad science fiction.
>In a culture so rife with scientism and wish fulfillment, a culture that's still coming to grips with the massive crisis of climate change, a...
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>>8428021
Try surviving in Alaska without any technology or tools just with your "natural biology".

Humans adapt their environment for survival. The same thing will happen with Mars. This person uses a strawman argument, "natural life on Mars is impossible". When Musk never argued for that. He and anyone sane, aka not a low IQ babby like this faggot, understand living on Mars involves enclosures calibrated to sustain life.

Living on Mars is easier than living on the moon or in space, due to...
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>>8428021
>Kim Stanley Robinson
literally who?
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>>8428021
Same old dumb argument, same flaws, different prettied up pathos wrapping.

The human species cannot handle itself, this much is obvious. If we wish to continue our plague-like spread we have to get out of here before the means, or we ourselves, are gone. It's that simple. There is no reversing or reconciling what has happened here, ecologically, culturally, or socially. It's over. Life has no restarts, but we can only attempt to start over.

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Schiapparelli? More like shrapnelli.
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>>8424937
Ah well. Better luck next time
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>>8424937
Geniune question : Why is it so hard for them to monitor the probe's descend ? Seems like they need a whole week just to know if it landed on Mars. In comparaison the Curiosity sequence seemed nearly instant.

So I see a lot of nuclear shills on here, but I've never seen an actual reason to go nuclear over renewables. Why?
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>>8423610
>I fuckin luv science
>nucular power is science
>I fuckin luv nucular power
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>>8423610
Because nuclear is clean, the fuel is abundant and the technology is still very crude so there is massive room for improvement
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>>8423633
>the fuel is abundant

We only have 80 years left at the current consumption rate

https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/how-long-will-global-uranium-deposits-last/

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>being in stem

come on, did you guys really fall for the meme?
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>>8428046
In my opinion people should just do what they enjoy and stop arguing about it.
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>>8428061
I support this statement
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>>8428046
>verbal IQ

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Does anybody have any extended versions of this?
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>>8427818
What about mathematical physics and in general, those physicists who are also mathematicians in their own right?
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>>8427818
Nah, it doesn't exist. What else would you add in it?
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>>8427818
>physics is applied math

math is just a tool, not a process that can be followed and it will just result into physics somewhere

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I'll start :

Nuclear Engineering
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>>8427718
Psychology
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>>8427718
Computer Science
Software Engineering
(*) Technology
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>sociology

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How do you justify the money spent on space missions, when millions are suffering on earth?
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They are worthless compared to the possibility of having interplanetary societies.

Besides, our chances of extinction are larger if we spend it on those 'suffering' than they'd be if we colonized Mars/Venus.
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>>8427110
>if we colonized Mars
Not in this civilization.
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>>8427110
>I can't walk and chew gum at the same time!
ok


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