>>7769309 Is architecture really a good job field? I'm a medical student, but I'm not planning it. The reason I wanted to say this is because my younger brother took architecture, but he failed three semesters in a row, and now he's on the IT field. Question again, is it actually good? and you don't need math when you graduate it?
I am being 100 percent serious and my friends don't believe me, I believe that everything in the world is a 50/50 chance like there is a 50/50 chance i meet snoop dog or i dont tomorrow or It rains or doesnt rain tomorrow. someone try to prove me wrong with facts and evidence right now.
When the fuck will humanity gtfo this rock and start building habitats in space and on other planets? I just watched interstellar again, and no, I'm not interested in the gentle singularity bs and 6gorrillionth dimension shit in the movie, it just reminds me how fuck ed we are if we continue to stay on this rock and don't disperse a bit, at least within our solar system, just to start as that kind of is the implied first step beyond MIR and ISS. There's also the vast amount of resources orbiting in the asteroid belt, let alone beyond. It's just frustrating... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7769045 I can agree with those points you make, and I've experienced the last point you made. I don't watch TV and haven't for years. Between my lurking on the webs and my armed forces experiences deployed I've come to see many aspects of the world that horrifying or otherwise disturb me for a plethora of reasons.
Do you think of anyone (not including meme musk) who is attempting to organize and take matters into their own hands for this kind of progress?
So my younger sisters algebra 1 teacher gave this problem
Fruit basket is filled with 60 ounces of fruit (apples and oranges). Apples weigh 4 ounces, oranges weigh 2 ounces. How many oranges are there? If asked 20 people, and we agreed there are multiple answers because of the lack of info, but when my sis turned it in, her teacher marked it wrong, and told her she didn't do enough work. So is there a specific answer to this?
A majority of the board is a student circle jerk talking about how cool they are for being students, but they hate students who are in different majors, so we need ten threads or so at all times for students of different majors so they can jerk each other off about how great their major is and how everyone else sucks.
The next largest group would be stupid questions, which can be kind of fun some times, but most of the time there's one or two posts then the thread sits until it's deleted.
Then we have math threads. I don't participate in the math... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I feel like the student circle jerk could really be toned down. We couldn't have just a students general because they would all be complaining about how some major is better than the other one and starting their own threads continuing to mess up the board, but I think it might be nice if we had like a /msg/ med student general, and a /msg/ math student general, or something along those lines with catchier kids names that they like so we don't have three threads about med students on the board at once.
Stupid questions I really think there's nothing we can... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7768854 OP are you dumb, why are you posting here?
Why don't you take a 30cm ruler, go to the subway and measure the dimensions of a subway train and google its weight.
Then use that to calculate how much copper coil you'd need to transport that subway train from station to station at a velocity that matches the subway trains' current velocity.
Then calculate the cost of it, it will probably be like... 5 bucks. Really cheap to get copper coil, specially if you use slave labor. And then submit... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7768854 I actually remember reading a few years back about tests with electromagnets for trains. But idk whatever happened with it, they probably realised that it's a huge meme and would be inefficient.
>>7768836 Any book recommendations? Obviously they won't think the way we do, just interested in the idea that an AI which uses parallel processes could have errors which corrupt particular processes without disabling the AI as a whole. Eg if the AI worked something like a neural network and one particular layer of the network had a glitch the layers above that would read corrupted information, and perhaps try to consolidate or decode that data. curious what the ramifications might be
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