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Eta Carinae could explode any moment, in a matter of minutes, the sky of the southern hemisphere would change for millions of years, a night light spectacle almost as bright as the moon

It could happen tomorrow, in a week, in a month, in a year, in 100 years...
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it would be extremely painful
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>>8258912
not for the Earth, it would just be very nice looking
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>>8258909
Take your pedophile dead star remnants back to >>>/a/

in meissner effect, superconductor near magnet have current to offset magnetic field of magnet. so, current in superconductor, can't it be used for infinite power?
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>>8258786

Energy is conserved. The current stores a finite amount of energy, and will be depleted once you change the environment to harness it.
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>>8258816
why is it depleted?
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>>8258822

The field generated by the current will transfer the energy to a motor or whatever harnesses the energy in another form.

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Devil's Tower, Wyoming.
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/sci/ I need help. I need a working telescope that's less than 400$ can be used for astrophotography, and is powerful enough to at least see all the planets. Any suggestions? Also general Astronomy thread.
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>>8258652
>powerful enough to see all the planets

As a speck or something more clearly definable?

Because at 400$ a clear, practical, photograph-able image of most planets will simply not happen.
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>>8258653
A clear photographical image of neptune is not within my budget. Just as a speck. Even as a speck I can monitor and study the planets. I just need something like that.
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>>8258652
>400$
>astrophotography

Try $4000, its a very expensive hobby

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post your chemistry here
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>>8258648
Why would you torture yourself by studying this?
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>>8258658
brainlet detected
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>>8258661
Nope. It's just mind-numbingly boring.

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Im going to a community college and I'm starting Calc 1 in the fall. I've been wathing the MIT open course ware for Calc 1 and on there this guy has pretty good ratings. I'm almost done with the playlist. For those who've also watched the YouTube channel, will it be exactly the same as that? I understood most of it so I'm just hoping the one here at CC would be just alike.
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Yes, Calculus is easy, don't fall for the meme

only normies fear Calculus
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>>8258615
Yes, if you understood the MIT videos, you will be fine. Chances are, the community college course will seem very dumbed down compared to the MIT course.

And like >>8258621 said, calculus isn't as difficult as people make it out to be. The people who say calc is hard are the "hurr durr i just ain't no good at math" kind of people.
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>>8258615
I used the opencourseware for a few course and just to put it into perspective: Specifically their course in chemistry covered in one semester what my school covered in two.

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How long until something that requires 33% of a high-end consumer processor to function is down to 1%? I figure with VR I could have a sweet 3D desktop and who knows what from there. But as I sit now, I'm doing so many things at once and I'm not even and surrounded and immersed. My multi-tasking needs seem to have outpaced computers. A true annoyance, I assure you.

I asked /g/, but they just memed at me.
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I tried asking a question on here, got memed at. Its memes all the way down.
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>>8258583
wtf I hate memes now
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>>8258576
>How long until something that requires 33% of a high-end consumer processor to function is down to 1%

When there is hardware acceleration on the CPU or it's offloaded to the GPU.

I don't know if this deserves its own thread, I lurk a lot but I'm not smart or a STEMfag, but I want to talk about climate change. There's a lot of conflicting infirmation out there and its hard to do my own research as a layman because the real info is hidden in "actual" scientific papers that are hard for me to understand. So give to me straight /sci/. Are we fucked?
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yes
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>>8258546
We're fucked in the ass and pay out the pussy/pp hole, mouth, ears, and nose with taxes and cost transference. They turned climate change into a nice excuse to print more $$$ from the jewish controlled federal reserve.
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>>8258548
What can we do at this point to mitigate the damage? And what are most damaging factors of climate change. I understand it'll be a lot warmer, what will happen to the agricultural industry? What is the average citizen's life expectancy after the crash?

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are robots' motions staggered because of the limitation of the motors or the limitation of computation?
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>>8258489
Both.

If you really wanted smooth motion, I'd consider constructing a mimicry of muscles and joints.
Shouldn't be too difficult to construct an arm.

> theoretical physics/maths btw.
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>>8258496
i think i am going to do something like this.

i'm in my last of 6 years of double electrical/mechanical engineering and comp sci minor

really wanted to go into robotics but i'm having a hard time finding a job with no experience, so i'd like to try my hand at building my own. probably will be difficult as fuck but at this point i have a good spectrum of experience; i think i could pull something off
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Isn't power a limiting factor in robotics? Could you build a useful robot with a diesel engine?

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Does thinking too hard cause headaches?

Because I got a killer headache right now.
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stop thinking so much about dicks OP
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>>8258399
You must be a brainlet.
Lots of brainlets in my precalc class claimed to have gotten headaches after the class.
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>>8258399

I have experienced this, usually after some intense analytical thinking for more than 12 hours. It feels like the use of one particular neuron causes the pain (continuing to think about the same thing). Nothing helps except rest.

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Pretty sure 90% of sci can't tell if the asymetric carbone on right is R or S.

Give the answer in 30 minuts if no one prove it
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R
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S
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>>8258137
It's a 50/50

Request proof

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Is Pomodoro a fucking meme? I use and i still fucking crash at the end, this time with a longer overall time. Isn't this shit supposed to make me work more efficiently on problem sums? It just keeps makes me fucking break my focus and come back, before that I usually take a break whenever i feel tired.
Is anyone else experiencing this or am i just stupid.
t. Math major
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>>8257472
>t. Math major

Hey neuroscientist math major, what are the implications of the Löwenheim–Skolem theorem? Also, does PSPACE=NPSPACE?

Regards,
CS/Math undergrad.with an university email box.
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>>8257480
>Neuroscientist math major
can you produce an equation on the rate of spread of my glioblastoma?
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>>8257480
>does PSPACE=NPSPACE

Solutions
N=1
P=NP
SPACE = 0
N=0
P=0

You don't have to thank me. I am a PhD so these things come naturally.

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I rarely visit here but I've had this question haunting me for years now.

What's the physical/biological basis for color theory? Why do we see certain color palettes as good combinations and other as bad ones? Why is the classic triad red-yellow-blue is different from RGB, which I doubt many people see as appealing?

Moreover, why does human eye see good color combinations as pleasant? What's the evolutionary benefit from it, if any?

Finally, is there any mathematical law which defines good color combinations? I understand that in music,...
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it depends on both physical factors (wavelengths) and human biology (i am not a biologist) i believe, unlike music where frequencies are universal

try starting here and clicking around
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CIE_1931_color_space
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>>8257368
>Why is the classic triad red-yellow-blue is different from RGB, which I doubt many people see as appealing?
Red-yellow-blue is almost like magenta-yellow-cyan, which are the basic colors of subtractive mixing (pigments), while red-green-blue are the basic colors of additive mixing (light, or the three types of light receptors). No idea why that makes this triple more appealing, though.
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>>8257368
the words "good" "bad" "appealing" "pleasant" complicate your questions. you may want to think harder about the definitions of those words. Is it possible to ask your questions without using those words or their equivalents? many scientist will respond by saying it is not the responsibility of science to explain why something is "good" or "pleasant."

personally, and since this board is anonymous, I dont care if this sounds offensive, I find it irritating...
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Just recently worked with CRSIPR/Cas9 on yeast. Really amazed about it. What do you think?
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Did you just do random misesnse mutations or did you use a guide for homology-directed repair? I'm trying to use a guide and would appreciate some tips.
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>>8257350
homologous recombination. it actually worked in 2 of 6 clones.
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>>please go ahead and ask

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Why is evolution so controversial in the US? I mean, in the rest of the world people who don't understand evolution are seen as mentally handicapped, yet in the US it's a non-trivial segment of the population.
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>>8257342
Fundamentalism and Evangelism are seen as the norms here. Heck, we still have a beef with the Catholics even after all these years.
Bear in mind, each generation is instilled with a sense of fear of the unknown. Some of us don't even trust doctors or academia. The anti-intellectualism never truly went away here.
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>>8257342
It isn't properly taught. I know I didn't understand it till I got to college. I don't really it ever being mentioned in biology, even the AP bio class I took but as a very basic sort of thing. I don't really remember it being talked about in freshman biology either. It wasn't till I took physical anthropology and mammalogy till we actually got into the nuts and bolts. Hell, one of the kids who graduated with me at a state school didn't even believe it was a thing, and he was our valedictorian...
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In the free world, people know but rarely understand evolution, desu. It's more like people think environment itself affects directly, for example, a rabbit living in a city would itself turn grey to match its concrete surroundings and asphalt. To claim that people understand evolution outside the US is a bit too strong statement.

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Can anyone provide insight as to how/why to calculate the EtOH content of a substance in g/L is the ABV (%) multiplied by 8?

Examples:

Beer at 4% ABV is simply 4(8) = 32 g/L EtOH.
Whiskey at 35% ABV is 35(8) = 256 g/L EtOH.

Basically, what significance does the digit 8 have? The chapter on forensic alcohology in my forensic medicine doesn't elaborate.
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>>8257338

The density of ethanol is .789g/mL, round to 0.8g/mL and convert to g/L and you get 8.
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What happend to DNP vs Cancer? Did the guy deliver?
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>>8257338
I need a serious answer.

Can a nigga get a leash?

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>starting my actuarial degree this year
>been doing work in anticipation for my first year in college because I don't go out
>look through past papers and see this
>literally no idea what's going on
why do I need this at all? this is more engineering based isn't it?
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It's not
Why aren't you enjoying your summer stop slaving over your education
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>>8257267
I can't my parents depend on me.
now please. I just want to understand whats going on here.
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>>8257275
but why do I need to know it, it doesn't make any sense.

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what are those white dots that you see in the first second of a nuclear fireball?
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same effect here at the beginning
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Mini nuclear lava bombs iirc
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Birds getting incinerated.

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Does anyone else have a desire for a chemistry board? Or even an organic chemistry? Pic unrelated
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>>8256224
Not a bad idea. It could keep this place free of chemists. While we're at it, we should make some for biology, sociology, and psychology.
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>>8256256
What's wrong with chemists?
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>>8256269
Nothing. Just physicists and mathematicians are better.

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What are some good resources to learn Probability Theory and Statistical Inference?

I've been using book in pic, it's good for understanding concepts but it does not go deep at all.

I'm looking for something up until, and including the 5th chapter of Casella & Berger (more is also good)

If someone would give me material that also teaches R, that would be ideal
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There is huge propability guide on propability will make you percieve things wrong...

Its probale if you find real scars on planet by the energetic industry you will be deleted by farmaceutical one...
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>>8255812
The manga guides taught me more than lectures. But the stuff taught before the new chapters begin are all weird and notation is abused as fug. You're better off referring to books that focus on applications on the topics taught at the very end.
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>>8255812
wtf, that manga guide to statistics is a real thing? And there's also a linear algebra version? the hell...

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Why wouldn't a circular version of this work?
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>>8255034
i think they call it a particle collider
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>>8255034
>Why wouldn't a circular version of this work?

Not with direct contact between the object being accelerated and the rails. Dealing with the friction acting on the rails and the projectile remains the single biggest problem in railgun development.
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>>8255034
Because as the projectile goes faster you need a stronger magnetic field to bend its path into the same-sized circle, so you'd need to use variable electromagnets with a ludicrously high maximum power for a ring so small and a projectile so large, assuming you want to get it going fast enough to be better than a regular gun.

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If cell A divides into daughter cells B & C, would that mean cell A has died?
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>>8254480
It has merely changed form
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Serious question:

Why does the answer to this question matter?
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you could see it like

A -> B
(and C is a byproduct of this transformation)

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At 25 would it be too late for me to learn math and science so I can contribute in a significant manner? I only know functions and basic calculus like rate of change and the slope of a tangent line. Stuff like limits allude me if I try to explain them to somebody else.
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>>8253850
No it is never too late. Yes you will be fighting an uphill battle, but not an unconquerable one.
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>>8253850
you're still in your prime man, go for it
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>>8253850
Well... you got a long way to go, to put it lightly.

You better start now.

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Lets say in 500 million years another intelligent species evolves. Is there anything chance of the knowing humans existed?
What of ours would make it that long into the future? Maybe our plastics and fossils?
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Yes there would be plenty of stuff for archaeologists to dig up.
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I hope everything else is rotted away but they find some uranium 235 and think aliens put it there
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>>8252018

AOL CDs and red bull cans

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Not necessarily related to knowledge, like a professor making connections easily and recognizing patterns quickly. Something on the lines of IQ.
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>>8268893
Father.
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>>8268893
me
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>>8268893

>>8268898's dad

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So technically speaking, wouldn't Calculus 2 be considered the hardest course a computer science major has to take? cal 2 is considered the hardest math in undergrad and computer science courses are pretty simple unless the professor is a dick and wants it to be hard.
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You can do it.
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> cal 2 is considered the hardest math in undergrad

I almost failed calc 1 but exceled calc 2, what does that say about me /sci/
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>Mathematics Requirements in Computer Science
>While nearly all undergraduate programs in computer science include mathematics courses in their curricula, the full set of such requirements varies broadly by institution due to a number of factors. For example, whether or not a CS program is housed in a School of Engineering can directly influence the requirements for courses on calculus and/or differential equations, even if such courses include far more material...
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can anyone convince me that the moon landing was real?
i dont believe conspiracy theories, but the moon landings are clearly fake. im surprised how People can actually believe it.
the Cold war was at its peak, and this achivement was the thing that could "win the race".
and when it comes to the evidence, its just too much to even dive into.
the one thing that 100% convinced me that its fake, is the lack of stars.
NASA said it was because of the bad image quality, but even in the high res photos, you see no stars. and the crew had a high quality color-filmcamera...
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>>8272069
>the one thing that 100% convinced me that its fake, is the lack of stars
The moon is a hell of a lot brighter than the stars
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>>8272078
thats not what NASA said. they said it was because of the low quality film.
even footage from the spacecraft shows stars.
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>>8272078
i can even see a few Bright stars during the day here on Earth.
is the moon as Bright as we see it from Earth, or as Bright as in the NASA Pictures? because thats 2 way different brightnesses

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What are your thoughts on MBTI?
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>>8264058
Interesting, but non-empirical. Use it for entertainment, more than scientific reason.
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>>8264058
It was invented by two women, who were inspired by Carl Jung. I think that's says a lot about how useful you can expect it to be.
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>>8264058
INTP here.

I think it describes me very well.
I am generally introverted.
I am very good at math so you could say intuition is my talent.
I tend to think a lot.
I am good at prospecting.

It works.

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Mathematics, Physics, etc.
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>>8259781
For random variables I am trying to understand what the below equation means:

Pr[X=v] := Pr[X^-1(v)]

Is it basically saying the probability of v in set V is the same as the probability of falling into the pre-image of v in set U?
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I can't do this fucking question
I'm not sure how to interpret it in the first place. I'll upload my working in a sec
I must be making a wrong assumption somewhere
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>>8259897

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What subject intrigues, worries, or even amazes you about the most about the Universe?
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Inevitable heat death
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>>8262044
about the universe? what the fuck kind of question is this? this is ripe for idiotic popsci faggots to come and babble about how much they love quantum social science
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How much of a faggot OP is.


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