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Are humans really frugivores?
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>>8372727
No, kill yourself.
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>>8372727
no. all this stuff regarding the differences between different animals' digestive system became completely irrelevant the moment we realised we could eat basically whatever we want with minimal, manageable repercussions.
fucking hell we could survive eating eachother.
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>>8372727
You have to add that the only thing humans consume that no other animal does is semen. That's fucked up.

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Can we consider that antimatter is already discovered?
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>>8372619
Yes of course, since the 50s.
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time is linear, anti-matter can not exist by definition
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>>8372619
>time is linear

How much effort does it take to remain this ignorant?

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How is it that 2000 years ago humans ate handfuls of berries and grass for enough energy and nutrients to survive, but today we need an equivalent on the scale of x10000 to survive.
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>>8372602
Meat.
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>>8372602
evolution. as more food became available, people with larger stomachs were at an evolutionary advantage, and thus more likely to reproduce.
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>>8372602
"survive"

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>tfw both parents are simpleton high school dropouts who never read an entire novel cover to cover in their whole lives and they both descend from a long line of illiterate peasant farmers and fishermen
>despite this they still expect me to get straight As at uni at get very mad when I don't
How do I deal with being of brainlet stock /sci/?
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>>8372356
Realize that you've been given a chance they never had.
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>>8372361
yes but how do I compete with kids who come from families that were merchants or lawyers since the middle ages? how do I compete with the kids whose dad was a lawyer and grandfather was a lawyer while my dad did menial labor his whole life and my grandpa was a shitkicking illiterate?

I literally cant compete
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>>8372378
>waah waah
all i hear are stupid excuses, intelligence's genetic factor is small at best, and besides, just because your ancesters werent lawyers or whatever doesnt mean they were fucking stupid, social mobility is a pretty new thing faglord

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>It's a "we have no idea why our rocket exploded so lets quickly change the topic" episode.

https://twitter.com/SpaceX/status/780447397121888257
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>>8372307
yes, a bunch of this is just marketing and pop sci.
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>>8372307
That's pretty much it. There's no indication of when the test took place, it could have been a month ago, but they're releasing it now because of muh conference. Memetic magic
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>>8372307
Too bad they won't consider the idea that there's a mole among them that sabotaged it. Probably got hired shortly after the spacecraft was announced to go in and make a small change that would go virtually undetected. Wouldn't even have to work at SpaceX. Could be employed at any number of companies along the production pipeline to getting everything made and set up on that launch pad.

Am I really a tinfoil hatter for thinking this? How improbable is this?

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Al reacts with acids to produce Al salts.

Al salts are implicated in Alzheimer's and cognitive dysfunction. 10.1001/archneur.1992.00530340037015. 10.1056/NEJM199705293362203. 10.1126/science.180.4085.511.

Soda contains phosphoric acid as a primary ingredient, listed before even the flavoring or carmel color.

Phosphoric acid is capable of removing the oxide layer on aluminum (http://infohouse.p2ric.org/ref/27/26922.pdf), exposing the Al surface to reactivity with the excess phosphoric acid.
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>>8372267
That's why soda cans are coated with a thin layer of plastic on the inside. Don't believe me? Go dissolve some cans in NaOH
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>>8372280
proof?

I'm seriously considering tossing the rest of my soda cans
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http://www.eng-tips.com/viewthread.cfm?qid=258261

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Sure you'll learn some more advanced shit, but if you can find a job in your field right after your bachelor you'll have a 1 to 2 year experience head start over people who go on to pursue a master's degree

Did I get memed for starting a master's degree ?
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>bachelors
>higher ed
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>>8372226
Isn't a masters degree the graduate degree meant to be used in industry? What memes are you talking about?

That said, don't start a masters degree without at least having worked a couple of years. Masters degree of any flavor are meant as a guaranteed way of climbing up the ladder.

Example: You work a couple of years, get in touch with the higherups in your company. Then you get, for example, an MBA and after you get it you are immediately promoted to a senior position in your same field.

Don't...
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>>8372265
>Don't tell you just graduated and then went for the masters?
I might have.

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How do they work?

As far as I understand the three quantum forces, if Particle A and Particle B are interacting then A will send out a boson which B will absorb and so B's momentum will be changed causing motion. Now if momentum is equal to mass times velocity then the momentum of a photon should be 0 since its rest mass is 0 and as far as I understand it shouldn't have any other type of mass since mass is an emergent property of confined particles, therefore the overall momentum change for particles undergoing Electromagnetism should be 0 and nothing should...
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https://profmattstrassler.com/articles-and-posts/particle-physics-basics/virtual-particles-what-are-they/
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>>8372071
goddamn this just confused me even more
it sounds like he's saying "things move because math"
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>>8372097
whats not to get.

objectively speaking, philosophy is above any other science
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>>8372053
>t. liberal arts degree burger flipper
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>>8372054
>burger flipping precludes you from having thoughts in your brain
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True.

Science is a wholly contained subset of philosophy.

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Baby is going to start differential calculus today. You faggots want to give some tips/guidance?
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P.s.

I'll only be working with displacement and velocity along straight lines
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>>8372025
learn the power rule
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>>8372029

P.p.s

I'm also a bong

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when will our brains be uploaded to the Internet?

>the year is 20XX
>brain is finally uploaded to www
>walk around a virtual 4chan
can't wait
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>walk into suspicious link
>Catch a virus and fucking die
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>>8371992
Nah.
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>walk into 9gag
>get cancer instantly
>die

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I open this thread to comment the NASA's conference about Europa in real time.

You can watch it in about 1 hour and a half from now here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HDh4uK9PvJU
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ayys confirmed
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>>8371986
It's about to start, fellas.
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test

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Anyone else a machine learning researcher? For such a popular field I don't see many threads about it here on /sci/.

what yall working on?
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Do you listen to Data Skeptic, OP? It would be directly up your alley
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hi OP, care to give an outline of what maths are relevant to the subject? Or what maths should be known to grasp some measure of subtlety in the field?
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>>8371899
Buy Nvidia cards. We'll talk after that.

Any good casual /sci/ reading? Things like pic related and Godels Proof
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this was nice
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These

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What did he mean by this?
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>>8371854
He was referring to the garden his room overlooked.

>"It is very beautiful over [in that garden, by the Pampas grass]"
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>>8371854
funny since he was heading to hell because he was piece of shit and disgrace to all scientist worldwide
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>>8371878

He wasn't a scientist, he was an inventor and businessman. Two different classes of people.

Tesla was an actual scientist.

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Will we ever have a real complex conversation with an AI?
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>>8371742
no
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>>8371742
Why would you want to? If it's smart enough to converse like a person then it's smart enough to think you're boring/annoying/not as interesting as some other human.

And If it's not smart enough to think that then you will be bored talking to it since it's basically some dumb mindless slave programmed to like you in a shallow way.

Human-level AI companion bots are a sham and probably wouldn't be all that fun to be around. I think something at the cat or dog level would be...
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>tfw you realize inheritance in object oriented programming is basically group theory in programming language

and they say pure math is useless hahaha
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u must be swimmin in pussy LOL nice 1 dude
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>>8371678
>inheritance in object oriented programming is basically group theory in programming language

It's not. Or maybe you can explain what you mean?
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>>8371678
>tfw you start laughing at the dumb frogposters posts
help

If grounding breaking research and discoveries are only made by a handful of private genius individuals throughout history, why does Science continue to receive wholesale public funding through tax payer money?
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ortega_hypothesis
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>>8371631
Is this a serious question? We invest in science and education because the achievements of the few provide benefits for everyone. You might as well ask why we fund public roads if only a minority of the population are road construction workers.
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>>8371655
>le forced hypothesis to make an average person such as myself feel more significant

You can't deny the fact that you still need one genius at the top to lead all the thousands of mediocre and average scientists at the bottom of the food chain

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RIP Deep Learning
AI winter incoming
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>>8371499
How about a few more lines of text, smart ass?
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>>8371499
wat
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>>8371499
Are you high? Big-ass ensembles of models have literally always beat neural networks at most things. This is not news. The point is that the neural networks require vastly less computing power and effort to train and compute.

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Any F# programmers out there?
I recently started studying computer science and I need to make a multiplication table like pic using 2 for-loops and I just cant get it to work.
I once got it to print a row from left to right from 1-10 and the same as a colum, but to fill out the rest was really a challenge.
Anyone who can help?
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>>8371497
One loop for the rows, one for the columns. Ezpz

Idk f# but here's some pseudocode:

For i=1 to 10
For j=1 to 10
Print i*j
End
Print newline
End
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>>8371509
I tried something like that, but still can't get the last part to work with i*j.

If I try to add:
printf i*j

it says that i is not defined and errors out.
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>>8371518
I dont know any f# and ive never heard of it but the solution will be

for i = 0 to 10 do
for j = 1 to 10 do
printf "%A " i*j
printf "\n"

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>age limit

FUCK YOU
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In all seriousness, I do think it's regrettable. It contributes to the old narrative of "you have to be brilliant straight away or you'll never produce anything of value".
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Feeling no emotion, step into the ocean. Now my mind is everywhere and drowning is the only thought I have.
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>>8371506
That's not what it is, it's motivating mathematicians to start working hard early.

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Do you know about any secret chemicals? Any reports or leaks about interesting or unusual chemicals you've encountered?

Maybe you have a favorite chemical? Write about it.
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>>8371490
I get a lot of leaks from my dick.
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>>8371490
Top right in that image is ballast tanks filled with water to simulate how different passenger loads and passenger shifting in-flight changes the plane's center of mass.
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>>8371496
Are these also ballast tanks? I see these kind of images a lot but the resolution is usually always poor for some reason, but this one is pretty high so maybe you can tell what kind of tanks these are. You seem knowledgeable on these and i wanted to know since these pics pop up a lot

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Who is your favorite scientist/mathematician and why?

Mine is Grothendieck
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>>8371245
>and why
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Von Neumann

dude was doing calculus in the womb
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Grothendieck as well for me

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what is the consensus, what do you think
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Special Relativity, yes in fact, SR was pretty much on its way from being solved by guys like Poincare etc., Einstein was just able to get it out first


General Relativity is a completely different question, and to me it was quite a huge leap, would it of happened without Einstein, eventually yes but I think it would of took alot longer
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>>8371202
>would of
fucking neck yourself you triple negroid
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I still don't know how the fuck Einstein came up with GR

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Hey /sci/, how do you efficiently study from a textbook? Whenever I read through a textbook chapter it feels like I did not learn a thing. In fact, I feel more tired than before I started reading.

What are your methods to efficiently extract and remember information from a textbook?
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Take notes and try doing simple problems as you go
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>>8371183
already a thread for this >>8370781
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>>8371194
That thread is for general notetaking during classtime.

I'm trying to find methods of extraction from texts

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I'm trying to design a fuelless space propulsion method for an engineering course
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from a quick google, doesn't look like ionocraft is fuelless
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>>8371074

No it can't. It uses the air around it by ionizing it and then propelling those charged particles down. Thus it will not work because it has no fuel. If you provide it with fuel it might though.
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>>8371074
By fuelless I assume you mean propellant-less. This is the Graal of propulsion technology for some and a physical impossibility for others. That's why there has been such a fuss around the EMDrive lately.
There's also the Alcubierre drive.

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Why is Physics Mechanics so fucking hard to understand the concepts
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because you didnt start with quantum mechanics
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>>8371060
They are not intuitive. Check out the Feynman lectures for an extra resource:

http://www.feynmanlectures.caltech.edu/
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>>8371060
What is troubling you, friend?

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What are your favorite simulation tools?
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>>8371046
no one?
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>>8371046
matlab
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>>8371085
for what?

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/sci/'s thoughts on geology as a science (or geologist as an occupation)?
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>>8371033
$$$$$$$$$
but not really my thing
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>>8371033
I asked a similiar question on /his/ , they consider it a science.
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Work for an oil and gas company and make a good living

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What's the best NON-Ti graphing calculator? Preferably cheaper than the Ti-84, NSPIRE etc.
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>>8371012
Your smart phone.

Texas instruments has a monopoly.
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>>8371012

Genuine question, do people still use graphing calculators outside of high school?
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>>8371012
I would sincerely only get the cheapest graphing calculator possible. At the college level and for any mathematics in the actual job market and real world you will NEVER use a graphing calculator but rather an actual computer.


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