Can you solve this code or give information about it?
Three things appear to exist: Location, directionality, and speed. Relative motion necessitates the existence of an absolute.
Humans are machines. Inside each of us various particles are moving around, changing their arrangement, being gained, lost. We're on a planet. That planet is rotating. It's also revolving around the sun. The sun and our solar system is being pulled around by nearby systems, which are all moving within the gravity well of the supermassive black hole at the center of the galaxy. The galaxy as a whole is being pulled around by other galaxies....
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This stuff is amazing. I want to change my major and hope that I somehow end up getting a spot researching here after grad school, but I can't afford to go to college. Oh, well.
Still, has anybody else looked into their work? It's really interesting stuff.
If I win the lottery, being too dumb to provide my mind as a resource, I'd definitely put half the winnings down on helping them move prosthesis and into deeper synthetics development. Best radical life extension plan we have yet for those of us already born.
In an optimum universe, what degree of study would your gf/wife have so you can work on epic scientific projects that enhance your relationship?
Am I still natty if I take Ritalin?
What is there to theoretical computer science besides the P vs NP question (a random, completed isolated from the rest of math puzzle)? Is theoretical computer science even a legitimate field of math?
>Is theoretical computer science even a legitimate field of math?
Thoughts on futurists?
Lets stray away from common /sci/ shit-posting dogma.
If this is a stab at their /seemly implausible/ claims, it seems as if the more generally respected futurists teach at prestigious universities, and hold great knowledge in theoretical fields of science.
As a segue, which of their ideas might actually come into fruition /sci/?
I might as well give it a go.
Post whatever you are working on, share the best books for beginners and people that is interested in learning or taking engineering.
>What are you studying/did you study?
>What projects are you working on?
>Did you go to college or are you autodidact?
>Which books are the best for your area?
If it goes well we might have a wiki or a pastebin.
CS. Machine Learning Specialization.
Graduate Student. Working on Hyperloop design.
College and Autodidact on EE curriculum.
Bishop - Pattern Recognition and Machine Learning.
>If it goes well we might have a wiki
We already do
Anyone here in O&P?
What do you think of the field?
So /sci/ I'm in highschool, have a facination in space, and hope to become a space/aerospace engineer. My question is what is the job market like in southern ontario (Canada)? Would I need to move to the states for any chance at a job or what?
If you took out everything in the universe except for two planets and placed them at opposite sides of the universe, would they still attract one another through gravitation?
> inb4 pop-sci
Watchu think ?
What do I need to know before I start with category theory?
>"There are some superb papers written that in fact discount the idea that we should ever use j on the grounds that it conceals some structure that we could explain by another means"
Well, /sci/? Is there a better mathematical system out there that solves the same problems imaginary numbers do without resorting to imaginary numbers?
>>not using i, j, and k
can you even quaternion?
Why do you think the public cares so little about science and to an extent math? so many people cant do either of them but its obvious through click bait like this that they still have a desire to learn more.
Most people only come into contact with high school physics and hate it. Then they get some videos with cool stuff said in them so they feel clever even though they explained nothing and never helped do anything besides make stupid people feel not moronic. Popsci is dumbed down for the benefit of everyone who couldn't have a chance of getting into STEM.
Knowledge isn't skills or understanding.