There is basically no similarity between the two majors. Chemical Engineers use chemistry, but you don't learn about molecules in any upper-level courses, you learn how to take some reaction or some process that a chemist has given you already, look at it, make it bigger/smaller/faster/better? It might as well be called "tube engineering". Or it's like calling Electrical Engineering "pure mathematics engineering". You get paid a lot though, and it's still pretty cool.
It's one of the only, maybe the only, engineering/science combination that actually get along with one another without trying to act superior over the other. We work in the same places, we are involved in essentially the same projects, hell it's even essential for us to communicate with each other in the industry. We specialize in different topics, but from what I hear chemEs in pharmaceuticals are expected to know a lot of ochem and industrial chemists have some knowledge of mass transport.
So no matter how hard I try, my GPA in college has never exceeded 3.0 in the past 2 semesters. How do /sci/ college students study? Also, how hard is it to bump up your GPA? I studied like a maniac before the finals. Was bretty confident that I'll ace it. Fucked up like a cuck.
PROTIP: If you do something for 24 hours strait, your brain goes into "oh shit I'm going to die if I don't fucking adapt to this shit" mode. There were some german researchers who did a study on this a few years ago. Sorry, I can't for the life of me remember their names.
>tl;dr, if you want to be really good at something, abuse your brain with it for days on end without food or sleep.
My freshman and sophomore years I could not raise my gpa above 3.2 no matter how hard I tried. Something clicked for me junior year and I'm on the deans list every semester now. Being in this environment where you are constantly learning changes you for the better. You become way more intelligent than you think by going to college.
I often view philosophy as complete rubbish. Mindless mental musing with no goal, direction, or pragmatic capacity.
However, upon expressing these views, I'm often immediately attacked with the claims that science cannot exist without philosophy. That we can know nothing without philosophy. The terms epistemology and solipsism are oft thrown around.
As someone who understands the power of the scientific method but knows little about "proper philosophy", I may be a tad biased and uninformed in my opinion. So I'd like to ask everyone on /sci/:... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7733854 >science cannot exist without philosophy I hate that fallacy. Basically this "argument" states "every act of thinking is philosophy". So then what is there to be pretentious about? You philosotards are seriously bragging about being able to think, i.e. something every child can do (better than you)?
I'd like to see some responses detailing your own experiences with psychoactive substances and your thoughts on how the insights revealed are certainly more notable and related to our own visceral communications with our own notions of perception of reality than other, less involved methods of learning.
I think that the subject matter is scientific enough, as it pertains to our own notions of reality and the elements that determine its course.
It was proposed before the discovery of the atomic nucleus. The model has electrons intwined in something like an atomic nucleus, their charges balanced out by a "positive soup" instead of protons. And I don't believe it has any mention of neutrons
You just change bounds so you can do dx then dy, or whatever order is easiest, then integrate separately usually. Sometimes you'll change to polar or spherical coordinates. This is a generalization though.
>>7733463 Every time Mochizuki uses the term "Frobenius", I immediately think of dr. Frink from The Simpsons who once said that pi equals exactly 3. Therefore, Mochizuki can't be right. Q.E.D. till the n th degree.
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