Pic semi related. Freud talked about people getting stuck at different stages of their age/psychological development, often related to trauma or drama of sufficient magnitude. I think I just realized im stuck at like 12-14 when we moved Memphis to nowhere Texas to live in the dirt, with a bunch of animals. Then they fuckin got divorced, dad getting kicked out to leave the rest of us in relative squallor. I was a whiz kid all through school, then it all just dropped off. Went from str8As to str8Cs in like 2 years. I always got a high nintey on the tests, but i never did the homework, totally phoned it in. I just want a stable household.
>>7742863 I don't think you get stuck at a certain developmental stage. You just gain certain needs and latch onto them. A lot of these needs cannot be meaningfully described in terms of a stage of someone's life, they're just issues that need to be reconciled.
My own issue is I just want to feel comfortable and understood, but some part of me is terrified of it. So I'd still have a problem even if I were to have what I wanted. You could say this is a teenage hangup, but the simple fact is, it never happened for me. No one understand what chronic pain and anxiety does to a person, so I just don't tell anyone. No one knows what severe health problems do to a person in their early teens while living in a broken family situation with disjointed demands I simply could not ever fill.
You don't get stuck. You get issues, and you carry them with you for years. They change with you, but their core likely remains the same. Freud had good ideas, but only if you pick elements out that are worthwhile.
>>7742863 i sort of get you, OP. bad shit happened when I was about 15, family related and continued all of the way up to this day and I'm 20 now. I'm about to go off to university and never see this shit-hole again. I just want a stable, happy family and I tbqh can't wait until I find someone to do that with. I think it made me more down to earth, having such a terrible family. it's probably special-snowflake tier, but I have just always had that in the back of my mind: if I meet someone, I'm going to be a good person to them and if we have children, I'm going to be a good father and husband and have always made that a point etc etc you know what I mean.
Hello /sci/. Today I saw an article about this paper: http://www.nature.com/nnano/journal/vaop/ncurrent/full/nnano.2015.292.html
They say that injecting this in the tumor made the immune system go after the cancer cells and offered protection against metastases. Do you guys know of where reseearchers buy this kind of virus for their work? I have been searching all day but I can't really find anything. Any help or pointers would be very appreciated.
eCPMV production and characterization eCPMV capsids were produced through agroinfiltration of Nicotianabenthamiana plants with a culture of Agrobacteriumtumefaciens LBA4404 transformed with the binary plasmid pEAQexpress-VP60-24K, which contains genes for the coat protein precursor VP60 and its 24K viral proteinase to cleave it into its mature form. Six days post-infiltration, the leaves were harvested and eCPMV extracted using established procedures47. PVPP was added during purification to remove plant phenolics. Dye-labeled formulations were made by reacting eCPMV with Alexa Fluor 488 maleimide at 2mgml–1 concentration with 10% (v/v) DMSO in 0.1M potassium phosphate buffer then purifying by ultracentrifugation pelleting. The particle concentration was measured using UV/Vis spectroscopy (ε280nm=1.28mg−1mlcm−1), and particle integrity was determined by transmission electron microscopy, fast protein liquid chromatography, and agarose gel electrophoresis. Capsid proteins were further analysed by SDS-PAGE and Western blotting. Quantification of LPS in the sample was measured using an LAL Chromogenic Endotoxin Quantitation Kit (Pierce) and revealed LPS levels below the detectable level of 50pg–50µg of eCPMV. Full characterization of the eCPMV particles is available in Supplementary Fig. 8.
Is it possible to run out of space in your brain? ie: you're trying to learn new things and your brain is like...yea nah, this data storage is full? Or could that be something else?
So I have about 1 terabytes worth of music, books, some films which I should be sorting through, also about 1200 bookmarks, and it'd be nice to learn Spanish or Dutch. (I'm mostly done with English) I'm a NEET so I do have the time admittedly. But what really happens is.. I'm just sitting in my armchair in front of my PC and whenever I'm trying to study, put... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7742639 Pretty picture, anon. There was a time when I could simply look at it and generate dozens of branching possibilities, ideas, inspirations. Tie it in with existing macro ideas, distort it, pull individual elements, change it, manipulate it.
No longer. It's just a tree. Pretty, but just a tree. I'm not sure why it happens. I'm not if it has to happen. I'm not sure if it's temporary and reverses when some deep is identified and resolved, or if it's just one's frame of life in... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
These sort of questions are now, to me, some of the most annoying questions anyone can ask, because they show that the person asking didn't bother criticizing their own question to begin with. They don't bother with null hypotheses. They just think something, and because they thought it they think it's deep and profound shit.
What is data storage? What is compression? What is lossless compression?
Are memories lossless? Are memories compressed? Does it matter what... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Hi /sci/, these are samples from my tests/quizzes from Calculus 2 and 3:
I'm a student in a community college in New York. I got A's in Calculus 1, 2, and 3. I'm worried that the tests were too easy -- I'd often walk out of class to get food, and bring it back to eat while browsing my phone right in front of my professor. The tests all seemed like they took problems from the shitty James Stewart text, and changed the numbers.
1 the claim is that the universe is approx 14 billion years old. Why is this claimed as the age of the universe and not the minimum age of the universe? This number is used bc the farthest object we get light from is 14bil ly away. Why is it impossible the object traveled to get to it's position, how do we know it sits at the origin of the universe?
2 why there is a diffraction pattern for 1 slit? there is only one slit so the particles waves cannot go through 2 slits and cause diffraction
3 Why is the double slit equation from the 1930s still used today... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7742127 >But electrons are not spherical, they're lopsided. When you "shoot" an electron, it doesn't travel straight. Is there math for this?
I though electrons had no shape or volume, were just point particles, and were accelerated by magnetic fields, they would travel in a circle until the magnetic field was shut off which would release them tangentially.
What? When you said "a history class for math and science" I thought you meant a history OF math and science, which most universities will have classes in. But then from the second sentence I don't know what you're talking about.
>>7742087 I think OP meant courses like a history of mathematics course covering stuff in modern mathematics aimed at math majors. eg. >Such and such theorem originally came about because so-and-so was trying to figure out X. >Later on these other guys realized they could generalize it and the breakthroughs led to the theory of Y.
I don't know, OP. I imagine it's because there are typically many professors on staff versed well enough in the history... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
I go to sleep and then i start thinking about how i wasted a whole day, then i feel motivated. The next day dont remember that i was motivated and do nothing again.
But there is a powerful tool that works for me. I set the things i want to do when i motivated in a way that its not a choice whether i do them or not. For example: I could register for this semester 5 courses in college, but i registered 7. Its not a choice now, i have to take them. I want to learn german, but this duolingo shit isn't working i cant do it for myself, so i go to a languages school... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7741959 I have a list of goals I want to meet and constantly berate myself for how little effort I put into them each day; this motivates me to do better the next day. >I know berating ones self isn't healthy but until I get better I need to work with what I do naturally
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