Explain. As someone with physics background, this really blows my mind. The femur breaks at ~1700PSI, how does this guy with any part of his body withstand 2900PSI at 8:31?
inb4 fake, this is natgeo, these guys are supposed to be reputable right?
They should have used a repeatable machine for the bat, he hit a spot with no ribs, so more tissue to absorb the blow there, probably took in some air as well to further cushion it
The bend in the spear helps to take some of the edge off, if it was hardwood he'd be screwed, and the neck isn't too weak, 2 average people can bend some rebar with their throats
What determines if a fuel is better for a combustion engine or a diesel engine? What are the properties that need to be examined? Thanks
Any Neuroscience Majors here /sci/? Undergraduate or Graduate people welcome.
What research are you working on right now? I'm currently doing some Behavioral Research concerning Vagus Nerve Stimulation combined with auditory discrimination tests. Nothing wet, but dealing with rats for 11 hours a week is surprisingly relaxing.
BCI in humans to facilitate human-machine mediated communication (fmri)
nothing novel yet, we're working on making it work, optimizing the procedure. We're running participants next month so we still have a bit to go before any results
If you have any reading/lecture recommendations on understanding neural networks and relevant mathematics please do share, my background is from a completely different side and we practically didnt cover these topics at all. Its quite impressive how interdisciplinary...
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Can someone solve this shit?
You have to connect everything. Each piece rotates in all the different orientations. Please help oh god
It can be like this one
How did your semester go, /sci/?
>Study for literally days before a Calc III final
>Go to final and freeze up, forget everything
>Bomb miserably and end up getting a flat C in the class
>Ended the semester with As and an A- in 4 other courses and a fucking C in math.
Fuck me, honestly.
Can an engineer be deluded enough to actually believe he is as important as a scientists?
I mean thats like an oomba loompa thinking hes just as important as Willa Wonka isn't it?
Old age is cancer.
Is this true?
What are you working on?
For the record, CS != Python programming. Try Operating Systems, Compiler Design, Category Theory, Computer Security, Computer Vision, Robotics, Natural Language Processing, Machine Learning, Game Theory, Functional Programming, Computability Theory, Databases, etc.
Undergrad focusing on machine learning/theoretical shit and discrete math here. I honestly hated cs and wanted to go full discrete math before I started taking courses on machine learning
Where does everyone download their papers from for free?
What are the next two terms in the sequence?
You should be able to solve this
Think I got it now. Took me a second to notice that "prime" rows were blank in the middle, but that did it.
I'm curious, were any of you or your family put into "gifted" programs when you/they were in school? Do you feel that it's positively or negatively affected you/them in an academic or emotional manner? Was the affected person among the guinea pigs of the curriculum or had it been used for some time?
I'd like to research this further and want to get some responses from people that aren't directly around me.
I was in Enriched Math in Highschool, which was pretty pointless because we had the exact same curriculum and exam as the normal stream, we just went through faster/did moderately more challenging questions. Honestly I thought it was a good thing, helped me adjust to Uni course load easier
My penis extremely flaccid right now. It might even be near my physiological maximum flaccidity. Feels good man.
Do humans have a calculable absolute minimum penis volume, at any given time (and relative to one's body as it is at that moment)? Can I figure out if I could be more flaccid?
Any anons want to talk about visual snow?
They were historically called phosphenes I believe, because people thought it was phosphorous that is trapped in everyone's eyes, but it could only be seen in some occasions. I have zero clue what they really are though. Maybe difficulty differentiating the contrast of some dark things? I don't know.
My sister does experiments where she uses a high intensity magnetic field next to people's heads to induce phosphenes/blind spots. I don't know what the end goal of it is, but she always has enjoyed fucking with people's brains.
How can a glass hold water if it's sometimes SURROUNDED by water
Could I light Jupiter and other gas giants on fire with a match?