>>8530297 My answer? I'd say, WOW, reminds me of something I discovered recently related to evolution: The main story people want us to believe is that 4-6 million years ago, humans didn't exist, and that we had a common ancestor with a chimpanzee. They say that this "wan't a chimp" but that it also "wasn't a human." So that means it would have to have features of both. The problem is, chimpanzees don't have features of both, and humans don't have features of both. If humans... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Chernobyl was worse. The type of reactor in Chernobyl doesn't really have a containment vessel, so when it blew up the reactor core was out in the open. The graphite in the reactor caught fire and the smoke transported radioactive material high into the atmosphere, allowing it to spread over a wide area.
I don't know as much about Fukushima, but AFAIK the reactors shut down after the earthquake, but the cooling system was destroyed. That means that a lot of hydrogen gas is generated in the still hot reactor, and they had to vent it out in order to avoid an explosion.... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
See this OP?? it's the same fucking thing, money is money it doesn't matter how you earn it weather it's through math or sucking your boss's dick it will still have the same value because IT DOES NOT FUCKING MATTER.
Now stop crying about how you don't have a vagina just so you can get money from instagram and start accepting reality as it is faggot.
Sometimes I look in the freezer and notice the ice in the ice maker is taking on shapes different from when the ice has just been freshly made. The ice chips melt a little bit and refreeze and melt together.
>Scipione del Ferro (6 February 1465 – 5 November 1526) was an Italian mathematician who first discovered a method to solve the depressed cubic equation.
>There are no surviving scripts from del Ferro. This is in large part due to his resistance to communicating his works. Instead of publishing his ideas, he would only show them to a small, select group of friends and students.
>It is suspected that this is due to the practice of mathematicians at the time of publicly challenging... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
You laugh, though the exact reason for your laughter is not perfectly clear. And yet there are certain very good, perfectly legitimate reasons for del Ferro's secrecy which were not only explained in the blurb, /but which remain true and relevant today/. Specifically, the fear of getting scooped. Cardano scooped Tartaglia, who was similarly reticient. This is one of the great all-time scoops in the history of science.
Of course, the best way to avoid getting scooped is to publish first. But even this... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I think technology works as a catalyst for social people, meaning that those who are naturally social are even more so, widening the rift between the social and anti-social.
I don't think this is necessarily a detriment towards human advancement. In fact, many of the "smartest" people throughout history have tended to be anti-social or marginalized from society, or at least capable of deep anti-social activity. I think this video touches on that a little bit: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ym6whrAw8wU
If "genius" is truly innately inclined... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Should I? I want to do it, but not to make myself feel good or superior or anything, I just want to learn more related material for when I go to grad school.
My main major is physics, but I also have a chem BA (because I used to be a chem major and switched when I was most of the way though (still gotta finish last two classes tho)). From what I've heard from you faggots, a math degree is essential to go on for a physics MS or PhD so now I feel like I have to stay on for another year to prepare my jewish asshole from graduate professor's throbbing nigger cocks... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Currently physics MS, you don't need to be a math major. Can you do calculus? If so good, that's a large chunk of the bitch work. Take a math physics course, work hard and put some effort into knowing basic linear algebra, differential equations, you'll be fine. Yeah, the further you go into theoretical, the higher the math you'll need, but you don't need to do a degree just for that. Wanna know what my undergrad degree was? Fucking psychology, if I can do it, so can you.
>>8532040 >From what I've heard from you faggots, a math degree is essential to go on for a physics MS or PhD
Holy shit you've heard so wrong.
You know why physics requires you to do some math classes? Because those are the math classes you need to do physics. Everything else goes way beyond.
You are going to sign up for math and be fucking constructing the reals in set theory and you are going to ask your professor "How do I apply set theory in physics"... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I'm sure there must be some physics college students aroung here. Pic related is what I'm doing. I have to do experiments and then put them on paper. What is this called in English? Laboratory tests? Laboratory works? I just need to find more information on those and how I should work with the data I obtain. If you know, I would appreciate any site that could help me improving these papers.
I'm trying to do a thing with matlab but can't find anything detailing how to do it.
I have ode113 integrating a function for a certain amount of time, and after it's done, I want to ask the user for some kind of input, add that to the output conditions, put this addition back into the initial conditions, and run it again
I'm fine with getting that to work, but my problem is that I want to "keep going from where I left off" aka. right now it would just overwrite my previous output vector and I want it to append the new data to the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Dont think that function can do that. Easier thing to do is save the old output in another variable and manually stitch them together yourself. You could write a wrapper for the solver that does it and just call the wrapper.
>>8531929 not quite the problem, it'll make more sense if I explain to you specifically. Basically you have a spacecraft moving with some initial conditions under the influence of gravity, then after a certain amount of time waiting, the user can give it a new velocity (presumably a rocket engine firing), and a certain amount of time to wait and it'll move as it's supposed to (again only under the influence of gravity) until the user is queried again >>8532008 ah... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
What's the better indicator of a girl's physical readiness to have sex: the presence of boobs and pubes, or menarche?
Many primitive foraging societies have some kind of rule or ideal that a girl shouldn't have sex until her first period, though these rules are probably no more "natural" than the age of consent in modern societies (which are often broken and I imagine the same happens in primitive societies). If menarche was the natural age of consent then surely we'd expect girls to have evolved to physically advertise that they've... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
As you're traveling at 65mph the wind in your car is gusting at 65mph. This will create an angry swarm of bees that can fly at over 65mph trapped in the same car that you happen to have tied/bucked yourself to. At this point the only thing to do is unbuckle yourself and jump out.
Hello /sci/. I fucking hate Optimization, the topics are uninteresting and the lecturer is boring as all hell. However, I have to learn it sooner or later because the course is part of my curriculum. The topics are Linear Programming, Integer Linear Programming, P vs NP, and some graph optimization. What are the best resources to git gud? I have 6 weeks until the exam.
>>8531005 u tube has a full few course there will be vids for every section in your book it is your interest to learn the material as it is some of the most practical math you can learn as is numerical analysis
1) The incentives favour incremental advances of questionable utility over asking the truly difficult questions. 2) Statistics is hard, and most people don't get it. The people that do, generally don't do much empirical science. 3) Negative results are not published.
>>8532225 addiction is a spectrum. just because there is no physiological dependency does not mean you can't call certain habits addictions. addiction is defined by a habit that impacts your life in an undesirable way
>>8529610 >devolve please dont perpetuate this meme. evolution is only change to fit a niche. biologically speaking, millions of years of genetic drift produced incrementally smarter hominids, who were able to survive and reproduce more than those who were merely robust.
To create balance in the universe. Evolution is there to create balance. If we had all the strength, durability, intelligence, etc then we would destroy everything and we would be the only ones on Earth. If we were the only ones on Earth then Earth will start dying then we would die and there would be nothing left on Earth.
a + 0 = a a + b = b + a (a + b) + c = a + (b + c) a + (-a) = 0 a * 1 = a a * b = b * a (a * b) * c = a * (b * c) Given a != 0, then a * 1/a = 1
ax + bx = (a + b)x x^a * x^b = x^(a + b) (x^a)^b = x^(ab) If xy = 0, then x = 0 or y = 0
Here you go. No need to read that book. Just memorize that top group of rules, and if you're feeling up to it, the second group as well, but they can just be derived, so they're really not as important.
By autistic mess, I'm talking about blissfull social unawareness.
The kind of shit that pushes people to do this kind of shit >>8529155
You'd think people with powerful reasoning skills would be able to pick up social cues faster than any other individual. But it's not the case. Instead, they become social parias, known as 'nerds' or 'dorks'.
Why is it that academia makes people completely socially retarded and emotionally stunted?
The "normals" are retarded and conforming to their favored social protocol causes intelligent minds to either suppress their intellect, for the sake of the cattle, which usually comes off as awkward unless they are especially practiced at this (I don't know why anyone would want to be), or they come off like self-aggrandizing jackasses whose sentences can't be understood by the troglodytes with whom they are trying... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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