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ITT /sci/ solves a Millennium Prize Problem.

How about... oh, I dunno... the Riemann Hypothesis?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_hypothesis
>the Riemann hypothesis is a conjecture that the Riemann zeta function has its zeros only at the negative even integers and the complex numbers with real part 1/2.

So all we have to do is find the zeroes of this function. How hard could that be? Finding a counterexample would be even easier, actually, and we'd fuck up a huge part of mathematics in the process!

If some...
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>>8276641
Everything can be solved by IUT, we should use it.
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>>8276641
Just write something stupid on 4chan. All the zeroes will come to you and expose themselves willingly!
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>>8276641
I really doubt youll ever fin a zero elsewhere
>true believer

Lets focus on figuring out a proof

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Are we living in a simulation or are we in reality, or both?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J0KHiiTtt4w
If so, is free will inherently given to us by the "Creators"?
Are other dimensions are just other simulations simulated to simulate yourself?
But why are they doing that?
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If we live in a simulation, we are still living in reality. The only difference, this is not the highest plane of reality
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>>8276560
So if you imagine something, it's in reality and that makes it real? So what's the difference? It's not about the highest plane, it's about perception.
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>>8276539
If we are a simulation then who is to say the real entity that created the simulation isn't in a simulation to create simulations and add on infinitely.

Its stupid to think we are in a simulation to be honest because it creates infinite questions we cannot actually know.

>Biology is easy bro! I saw it on TBBT!
>My equation 2x+3 require more work!

Why math virgins nerds say that? Are they simply jealous?
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>>8276443
Its just people being people. Tribalism is a powerful thing. Also strictly speaking your pic is biochemistry more than biology
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>metabolic pathways
that's biochemistry, so it's biology but interesting.
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>>8276443
>TBBT
I looked at this shit and I was immediately confused. It looks familiar but it is completely foreign to me. I was already selecting it to google search it when it hit me

>The Big Bang Theory

Just the fact that you have this show in your mind means you are an absolute faggot.

Just the fact that you made me remember that show means that I hate you and if I see you irl I will probably stab you with my dick.

Anyways, have fun...
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What is the best way to "relax"(i can`t think of a better word) your mind after studying? For example, after solving problems for 2 hours my head starts to hurt and i cant carry on. What would be the best thing to do while taking the break? Going for a walk? Meditating?
Also, what would be the best way to organize your studying in terms of working/resting intervals to achieve the maximum effectiveness? Please post your studying habbits so we can get a broader picture.
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>>8276151
Here are mine. Usually after coming from a uni i open kanbanflow and set tasks according to classes that i have the next day. Then i rest/fuck around for few hours after what i make cofee, close all the tabs in browser except for spotify(i listen to ambient/dark ambient while studying), start the pomodoro timer in kanbanflow and begin studying. The 25/5 system seems pretty hard for me, cause after the first 1-2 pomodoros the 25 of working seem like hour and 5 minutes of resting seem like on second. I get tired really...
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I guess a combination of stimulants and anxiolytics could be useful.
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>>8276151
>For example, after solving problems for 2 hours my head starts to hurt
That's because you haven't pushed your limits.
>Meditating
It requires concentration, it's not something easy on your mind, if you are looking for relaxation.
>Also, what would be the best way to organize your studying in terms of working/resting intervals to achieve the maximum effectiveness?
"“His habit was to do 36...
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What does it say about society when people are literally filling a stadium to hear scientists talk? Isn't that a good thing?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_J4QPz52Sfo
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>>8276147
Either the scientist is a genius, or everybody is stupid.
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>>8276147

>subtle /pol/ post
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>>8276153
Well, not like there's any real scientific threads

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Through electrolysis, water can be decomposed into H2 and O2. Starting with H2 and O2, one can compose water by mixing the two gases in an enclosed space and expose them to a flame or spark. This will produce an explosion AND water. I want to know how to do the same with as many combinations of elements as possible.
Does anyone know any books/notes about this topic?
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>>8276030
Is this a weekly thread now?
I am not aware of any resource that focuses on the production of compounds directly from the elements.
Here's a very important example in that vein.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Haber_process
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>>8276030
Carbon-carbon bonds are tough to form.
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>>8277344
But you only need heat and pressure right ?

I always wondered if its possible to make meat by combining whatever molecules meat has. Can we synthesize a chicken breast or a newyork steak ?

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>Calc 2 summer course exam is in 1 week from today
>haven't been to the class pretty much all summer
>need to pass this class desperately
How can I get an A on this exam. Help me
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>>8275990
Khan Academy.
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4Khan
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my calc 2 final is also a week from today. are we in the same class?

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Since physics appears to have come to a dead end, do we need superintelligence to make more progress?

What are the most promising routes toward superintelligence?

-AGI
-Crispr
-Neuroengineering

I would guess that neuroengineering is the fastest route, since reverse engineering something that evolved over millions of years in a tiny fraction of the time is unlikely using either of the first two methods. We don't need to reinvent the wheel. All the work has already been done for us. Our brains are infinitely malleable and adaptable. The only thing standing in our way is our squeamishness. (Please don't call it "ethics".)
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Evolutionary simulator.
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Simulation simulator
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Evolutionary simulation simulator

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Now that the dust has settled, who was right?
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friedman
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Both are statists
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>>8275887
>economics
>science
FUCK OFF WITH YOUR MEME SCIENCE PSEUDOACADEMIC TRASH THEY WERE BOTH WRONG

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>okay umm
>let me give you an intuitive sense..
>gonna make this blue... no wait purple is better
>let me do this in the same color
>copy........ paste.......copy........ and paste....
>*Sal said X when he meant to say Y* subtitle pops up
>let me make this the same color...

Why is he so wildly recommended for learning things again?
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what are you even le talking about
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>>8275884
Because he teaches basic things that a child can understand by themselves and people praise him for being "so understandable"
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>>8275884
Yeah his constant commentary on his writing can be annoying, but hes doing a very good thing. I wouldnt recommend him to anyone in university because you should have developed your own study skills by then, but to someone in high school or a trade that needs help learning a new concept hes very easy to follow.

Remember, not everyone is a math major

I'm learning about Chemistry for the first time Via Crash Course.

on this video now, it's a long series:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SV7U4yAXL5I

This shit is confusing the fuck out of me - am I brainlet, or will Khan Academy do a better job at explaining it?
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How can you not get that? Wtf
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>>8275895
>I'm learning about Chemistry for the first time
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b8

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Genetics determine everything, including what diseases you get and how long you live. When will he media eventually stop blaming everything on lifestyle? The only exception is diet.
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Explain Faraday

His parents were retarded
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>>8275862
He got lucky that those genes didn't activate, anon.

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When do you become a physicist? Bachelor, major or PhD.?
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>>8275790
When you publish an original research paper.
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Fuck you dude you'll never be a physicist
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>>8275802
>>8275798
I am almost done with my major

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Hey /sci/, I posted this on /adv/ yesterday, but didn't get many helpful responses, so I thought you guys might be able to help me. Here's the story: a couple weeks ago some skin rubbed off my thumb. The same day, I ate Doritos. Some Dorito dust got on my fingers, and I didn't wash my hands until a little bit later. It's been over two weeks now, and I think I have Dorito dust trapped under a layer of skin on my thumb. Can this cause some kind of horrible infection or something? And if so, is there anything I can do other than cut the skin off?
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>>8275754
we are not doctors

we are mathematicians, engineers and physicists

so please fuck off
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it takes about 50 days for your body to change skin, so it will go away eventually
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>>8275760
>we are mathematicians, engineers and physicists
[citation needed]

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I finished a math course about a year ago which was pretty basic and now I've got a "math urge" of some sort. I've been using the for dummies book's to get back up to speed. Is there better books out there or should I do the work books up to calculus?
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Khan academy.

You're welcome.
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Jesus FUCK. I just gotta ask, is "babby" a /sci/ meme? I see everyone on this board misspelling it the same way.
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>>8275719
look up "how is babby formed?"

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http://money.cnn.com/2016/08/16/technology/china-quantum-satellite/index.html

Proofs?
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>>8275610
>'hack-proof'
hah
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I havent hacked it yet, maybe its really hack proof...
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Maybe it has quantum eavesdropping detection but I'm not sure how that could work in a satellite.

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KIC 8462852

Just what the fuck is this thing? At first everyone was saying it was just dust/rocks dimming our view of the star but that, along with pretty much all other natural phenomenon have been ruled out.

Did we really just stumble upon an alien superstructure?
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we have literally no idea. like you said, everything that's been proposed has been determined unlikely given our other observations of the same star.

i'm personally crossing my fingers for alien superstructure but to be honest? i'm not holding my breath on that either. if it was aliens, we're talking engineering projects on a scale bigger than multiple cross-sections of the larger planets in our own solar system.

obviously all bets are off in terms of how long a species has had to work on something and what level their tech is at to let them...
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>>8275484
>and it will turn at least one field completely upside down once we figure it out
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>>8275442

Can you describee more of problem for ones who doesnt read keplers data all day?

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Tell me something about life which most people find acceptable that you find unacceptable - and which can be changed by scientific and technological endeavour?
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The taboo against incest.
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>>8275413

What scientific / technological endeavour do you propose would change that?
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>>8275421
Probably designer babies that will take care of any genetic issues with an incest baby.


As for my suggestion, I'm hoping that any sort of accessible travel within the solar system along with colony technology will allow people to set up their own experimental societies far away from the overbearing forces of mainstream society. Something like all those weird christian charter townships in early america.

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Is there a lesbian version of Oedipus complex? In which the daughter wants to bang the mom. Pic is a generic mom.
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No but there is a complex making daughters wanna bang their dads. Like all girls have it.
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>>8275158

Well, considering that it's made up: sure thing.

Just make it up and it's as real as the original male complex.
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>>8275158
Electra complex

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>“The satellite’s two-year mission will be to develop ‘hack-proof’ quantum communications, allowing users to send messages securely and at speeds faster than light,” Xinhua reported.


https://www.theguardian.com/world/2016/aug/16/china-launches-quantum-satellite-for-hack-proof-communications

Guess that's China confirmed for god status then
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>>8275134
>hack-proof
hah
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>>8275134
>and at speeds faster than light
topkek, someone didn't get the difference between causality and locality in QM
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>>8275146

Yeah, probably the journalist, since they're generally the ones responsible for stupid or lying science headlines.

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I work for my statistics prof as student assistant. He suggested that I learn discrete mathematics but didn't tell me what exactly. I have a lot of book pdfs now but I feel like they all cover different stuff and am not sure which I should actually study now.

I am doing a Survey Statistics major if that helps.

Which parts of discrete mathematics should I learn? Any book recommendations? Also, general discrete math thread
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>>8274963
Telling someone to learn discrete mathematics is mathematicians' way to tell you to fuck off
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>>8274963
>Also, general discrete math thread
Why would anyone want to talk about such a boring topic? kek
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>>8274966
He's not a real mathematician though.

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Is this really the best science book ever?

>Primo Levi's haunting memoir of life as a Jew in Mussolini's Italy told through the unlikely metaphor of chemistry has been named the best science book ever written.

https://www.theguardian.com/science/2006/oct/21/uk.books
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>>8274926
>chemistry
nope
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we had this thread like 5 mins ago
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>>8274958
its called a bump

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If I keep lifting, eventually I'll be able to lift heavier weights easily. If I keep solving problems, will I eventually be able to solve harder problems easily?
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>>8274905
aw
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good thread
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>>8274902
I have this problem with something that is hard if you understand your oral physiology and vacuum mechanics well enough.

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Isn't science actually a delusional mental illness?
It factually has a great deal in common with autism, borderline personality disorder, etc:

- Inflexible adherence to rules
- Mindless repetition
- Lack of compromise
- Black and white thinking
- Brings people into conflict with tradition and populism
- Disregards societal norms and obedience to authority

I think that Soft Sciences like psychiatry and psychology have finally surpassed the "hard sciences", and in fact disprove the theory of them being rational or even healthy.
I'm...
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Fuck, you're dumb
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what kind of a shitty troll is this ?
cum on OP step it up
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>>8274879

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Can someone explain to me how Quantum teleportation works ?
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>>8274869
It doesn't
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I believe you mean Quantum Entanglement, and yeah, I'm also kinda stuck. So, bumping for interest.
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The possible locations that matter can occupy are a factor of the amount of matter and Planck length. Matter can exist as a possibly cloud that condenses when observed. The cloud is smaller for larger and more massive quantities of matter. For something very small, the cloud is large enough to allow it to extend beyond a container that would normally keep larger particles within it. Sometimes the cloud condenses outside the container. That is quantum tunneling.

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Are Planck units the smallest possible value for a specific physical quantity? Could something be smaller than one Planck length, or is that just the smallest theoretical measurable distance? What about Planck time? Could there be smaller intervals of time?
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>>8274725
>Are Planck units the smallest possible value for a specific physical quantity?
Probably not.
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Nothing can be smaller than a Planck length in diameter. something can be closer than one plank length to something else.

Time is a bit beyond m knowledge.
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Planck is the smallest unit we can measure, not the smallest unit that can exist

>>8274734
wrong

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NASA LIVE STREAM.

WATCH THE EARTH FROM SPACE.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njCDZWTI-xg
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I'm still not convinced the earth is round. Nice try NASA shill.
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>>8274705
>I'm still not convinced
... aaand not a shit was given.
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>>8274697
I'm wondering when the hell are they gonna fix their fisheye lenses. People keep confusing and thinking the earth must be round because of it.

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My microwave-oven's top is missing. Are microwaves leaking out and giving my family cancer?
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>>8274551
If the big white metal box the food goes into is still completely intact then no. (Ie if the "top" was decorative) Otherwise maybe cancer but certainly blinding and sterilising them.
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>>8274551
no, the inside box is reflector shield. call us if the door falls off.
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>>8274587
>(Ie if the "top" was decorative)

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I was reading some Bertrand Russell and he casually mentioned that according to some nominalists, numbers are only useful fictions, and that there are no real particulars. And that left me confused. How can numbers be anything but computation? How can models be anything other than the domain of minds? (computers).

I'm not a Platonist, but I'm not a pure empiricist either. I think that arriving at truth is possible in a rationalist sense, but only of events which require no evidence. In this way, I view math and logic as pure computation which requires a mind.

I don't even understand what it means to say that math can be independent of a mind, so I find it difficult to phrase the question in the title correctly. Saying that there is computation independent of a computer sounds like a white black, a North South, an existent nothing, or a left right.

I don't mean to say that the universe is not ordered in a predictable way that can be understood through mathematics.

I mean, how can there possibly be numbers, values, or computation independent of minds?

I'm really only interested in hearing of examples of math independent of minds. (no matter how complicated or difficult the example is, though I'd prefer the example is presented in its simplest form for my own limited understanding and for the sake of discussion.)
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Bumpiepoo
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Give me one good reason to read this post.

Sell it to me, anon. Convince me to spend my time-money on your word-products. I'm a highly discerning ideas-consumer and frugality and shrewdness are part in parcel with that.
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>make a computer run Coq
>don't look at it
>?????
>math independant of a mind

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What is the science behind shitposting? This is not even a troll. I just want to understand the mechanisms that undergoes through a person minds when shitposting on 4chan.
What happens at the brains that makes people do ironic, baity, sarcastic posts? Is it related to pleasure and attention seekism?
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>>8274403

Yes.
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>>8274403
Eliciting an emotional response from people is entertaining, thats it
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>>8274427
How can people even be sure about it? I can pretend to be mad and not even be.
What are the underlying psychological mechanisms that makes shitposting manifests?


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