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>There is a room
>Every wall, the cieling and floor are made of mirrors that refelcet everything 100%
>There is nothing, but a light source in that room

What happens ?
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>>8241422
After 90 seconds aliens from outer our universe will pop into existence to turn off the light switch because fuck you for not being green.
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>>8241422
The room will heat up
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>>8241422
what kind of light source

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What does /sci/ think about FUCKING SYNTHETIC HUMANS?

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Human_Genome_Project_-_Write

http://phys.org/news/2016-06-scientists-unveil-synthetic-human-genomes.html
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>>8241417
Perfect sex slaves when
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>>8241417
How does it feel /sci/? Even us autists in 95th percentile for IQ will be obsolete! No only that, but they'll probably be better looking, more athletic, have bigger dicks, and live longer than any of us. We'll have to m'lady our way through life, working dead-end jobs and living under a bus shelter - if we don't kill ourselves.

We'll done, science. Well fucking done.
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>>8241457
that's the point.
the world is very idiotic and everything needs to burn to make place for rebuilding a new civilization with different standards.
the sooner we realize that, as individuals, we are pointless and small, the sooner it will happen.

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Hey /sci/, /k/ here. I was wondering, do you have any preferences on where to buy chemicals to use in just general experiments?
Specifically Sodium, Aluminum powder, Magnesium ribbons, and red Iron oxide powder.
I've been interested in doing some experimentation with sodium because I'm scared shitless of explosives, even stuff like tanerite, but sodium seems very stable and can be relatively safe to use.
And my friend just moved into a new house and has some old appliances that would be fun to burn threw, since we usually just shoot stuff like that.
Also, if you know of any other experiments that are relatively safe, feel free to suggest them.
>tl;dr
I want sodium and thermite. Where get for cheap (other than amazon)?
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>>8241222
United Nuclear.

Their site looks funny, but they're legit.
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>>8241222
go away you gun maniac freak >>>/k/
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>>8241222
inb4 op gets v&

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> In the centre of a black hole is a gravitational singularity, a one-dimensional point which contains a huge mass in an infinitely small space, where density and gravity become infinite and space-time curves infinitely, and where the laws of physics as we know them cease to operate. This causes a tear in the fabric of space-time.
>The laws of physics apply no longer.

How is this even possible ? How can the physical nature of the smallest building blocks that make the entire universe just "break" ? Is this basically an inevitable defective glitch of the simulation ?
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>>8241156
>implying anyone, let alone /sci/, knows what happens at the point of singularity
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>>8241156
It means it's a singularity, and there's nothing you can say, mathematically, about a singularity, save, "Yup, that's a singularity."

There's limits to verbal and mathematical descriptions.

Though you can still say all sorts of things about the consequences of its existence to things around the singularity - including predicting its eventual evaporation.
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>>8241156
>one-dimensional point
zero-dimensional point*

Get your facts right, breh

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how about using the wings of an airplane as servo tabs? have the aileron be the anti-servo tab. ofc this would mean that the wings have to be very weak to twisting forces but they could still be strong otherwise.
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>>8241055
nobody really has any clue as to what the fuck you are on about, dip shit

>communications 101: introductions
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>>8241055
What
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>>8241063
>>8241115
if you do not know the terms google them.

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Anyone here have a favorite? Mine would probably have to be the Aquatic Ape hypothesis, but the "Dawn Man" hypothesis is a close second.
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>>8241003
The stoned ape theory
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>>8241008
>The stoned ape theory
As an avid mushrooms user, I'm all for this.
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>>8241008
That one is funny - it's even more funny, that it was proven recently that psilocybin adds neuronal mass to the brain, extensive use would force the monkey to have a bigger - at first useless brain that would in time adapt to become useful.

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Why does the hot air in the room become fresh when moved by the fan?
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because the blades of the fan slice the bad air molecules which cleans it up.
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>>8240931
something something evaporative cooling something something

it's hot, you sweat, the air takes up the liquid from your skin, it cools you down

it takes energy to convert liquid to gas (heat capacity for phase transition), so when liquid sweat is carried away from you as vapor you're giving up energy and feel cooler.

The fan increases the rate at which sweat is evaporated.
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So the air is as hot as before passing through the fan?

whould you upload your brain to a computer

http://www.strawpoll.me/10885532/
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>>8240880
>upload
you mean copy?
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what would be the point ?
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>>8240882
yhea, but if you want you can make the upload device kill the secound it uploads you

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Why do some people struggle with basic algebra and generalizing numbers as letters?

For example, I know people where if I ask them "A car is traveling at 5 meters per second for 2 seconds, how far has it gone?"
and they'll answer 10 just fine

but then if I say
"A car is travelling at v meters per second for t seconds, how far has it traveled?"
Then it's impossible to get an answer from them.
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you should stop discuting with monkeys then
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>>8240734
I think the thing that surprised me most when trying to teach calculus to people is that they get completely hung up on function notation (y=f(x)) and start multiplying crap out and everything. Idk maybe programming since I was 11 got me used to it? It never seemed hard or even noticeable to me (I honestly thought they always spent way too much time explaining it) but some people just really struggle and I can't understand why.
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>>8240737
>discuting

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am i the only one here with a phobia of ocean planets?

image a gigantic cold ocean hundreds of kilometers deep, maybe even with strange alien lifeforms
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>>8240507
>pro tip: You're living on one
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>planet made of ocean
>alien lifeforms

they would drown you dummy
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>>8240511
Just like fishes do?

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I mean if you really think about it; feces is just food that's been ripped of all its nutrients passing through your body, nothing disgusting about that.
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>>8240460
Disgust prevents you from eating your own shit. It seems to be effective.
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>>8240460
I think it has something to do with epigenetics

Watch this video:
https://youtu.be/AvB0q3mg4sQ
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>>8240460
It offers no nutritional value, it should be disgusting

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Here's a fancy thought experiment; imagine lighting a candle at room temperature. The flame is red right? Classic red. Nothing special. Now... imagine that candle was lit in a room as hot as the sun. Still red, or is it blue?

The reason I ask is because growing up I was taught that blue flame is hotter than red but I have never seen blue flame occur naturally. Not even forest fires or lava burning down stuff makes a blue flame. The sun is orange flame. The only blue space stuff I know of are cold planets. So... how does fire ever get so hot in nature for it to be...
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https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blue_giant
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>>8240458
hot coals often have blue flames

but temperature isn't the only determinant for colour tbqh
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>>8240477
So what flame has moods that determine its color? No, trust me, I know a thing or two about the natural sciences and fire is temperature with a physical appearance. There aren't any other things that determine fire apart from temperature. It's heat. It isn't a living organism that occasionally chooses to be one color. It's that way because of the temperature.

Why does General Relativity trigger quantumfags so hard?

Is it because they haven't been able to come up with a testable theory of quantum gravity despite half a century of trying? Or are they just buttblasted because the graviton is a fiction?
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>>8240302
>And the prize for the most nonsensical post of the week goes to.....

IT'S OP! Congratulations on belong such a massive faggot. Impressive considering its still only Monday.
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>>8240312

Quantum kiddie detected

>muh massless boson

Gtfo
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>>8240320
You know photons are massless bosons, right?

>Arguing with a brainlet
Why do I do it to myself?

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Is the exact center of a circle rotating?
(if the circle is rotating)
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>>8240300

Great question OP, let's break this down.
It sounds like what you meant to ask is:

>Let G be a one-dimensional real Lie group equipped with a transitive action of [math] SO(/infinity) [/math]. Does it follow that the "center" of G is necessarily a fixed point of this action?

Unfortunately, unless you happen to specify an embedding of G into a Euclidean space, the notion of a "center" in this context (not to be confused with the group theoretic...
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>>8240300

It depends on whether you are talking about a single point, or an infinitesimal. If it has geometry at all (no matter how small), then it's spinning. If the point is just a theoretical center point, then it's not.
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>>8240323
>>8240321
Lets take it in the physics way.
Lets say an atom its the exact center, its rotating?
And if it is, the center of the atom is rotating?
Always in math we see really strange results, but lets try to not get to the infinitesimal point, as it is the euclidian space.
We can say that the Plank Volume is the minimun volume that exist (of at least have
meaning the position) Where is the inflection point?

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What's the hottest topic on Mathematics this days, friends?
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>>8240261

Proving integration by parts.

It truly is amazing to think that after centuries of blind acceptance, no one has yet found a completely rigorous proof of this simple (conjectured) identity.
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>>8240263
gtfo
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P = NP

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Is galactic civil war inevitable? If humanity expands to other planets, will those plants form a union or will there be planetary war?
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There would probably some kind of war in the stars. A war of stars, if you may.
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>>8240296
But how would we ever get to the stars? It's no small trek!
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>>8240234

Biological humans will never expand into the stars, only an AI, converting all available matter to energy and computronium. In the event it encounters another AI out there, they'll likely merge and continue to expand in a peaceful manner, until the entire universe is mopped up for their purposes.

Get your head out of this 20th Century space opera shit.

If I put a portable AC unit with an 8,000 BTU/h rating in a somewhat poorly insulated room of about 80 square feet with a window facing the south, about how long would I need it to run to change the temperature of the room from 75 degrees Fahrenheit to 68? The temperature outside usually has a low of 70 and a high of 90.

I'm trying to figure out how much it'd cost to run this unit over the hotter months, and what time I should set the timer for so that I only have the room cooled down to when I get home from work.

Any help pointing me in the right direction or answer would be appreciated.
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>>>/sci/
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>>8240177
?
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>>8240146

This depends on exactly how well insulated the room is, the wind speed outside, temp outside, the age of your air conditioner, cost of electricity, etc...

This is a hugely complicated problem, not because it is hard, but because there are so many factors. Mind you they are factors that can halve or double your cost.

So do like the rest of us and just log your electricity bills, because it is extremely far from practical to calculate.

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Hey /sci/, where the fuck do I go to learn Algebra? I am trying to study for the GED and I've brushed up on all my math except Algebra. I have no knowledge at all in Algebra what so ever, nor have I barely ever done an equation. I DO know programming stuff though if that helps.
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>>8240104
b r a i n l e t
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>>8240114
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>>8240114
what is a brainlet?

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What does /sci/ think of LessWrong?

As I see it, it is a hive for pretentiousness. It is essentially a personality cult built around an egotistical socially-awkward autist who unironically believes that super-intelligent AI are going to hunt him down. It seems to attract highly self-centered individuals who believe they are more intelligent than everyone else because they devoutly read their savior's Sequences of blog posts, a few scientific papers, and their first book on philosophy. These people generally tend to be 20-something didn't-think-about-my-political-opinions-twice...
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http://lesswrong.com/lw/qk/that_alien_message/

This story is amazing
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>>8240075
Atleast they TRY to purify their thinking, even if that´s almost impossible and paradoxial.

But seriously, Lesswrong is fucking shit. I´m thankful my IQ is only 124, so that I can´t join Mensa, which basically is Lesswrong IRL.
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>Yudkowsky

Pretty sure this guy wrote hundreds of thousands of words of harry potter fanfiction self insert where harry potter thinks exactly like him.

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mankind's abandonment of mysticism and into pure science has been a detriment, we need to get back to our genius roots.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oFqYSnX2BcI
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I am intrigued by your post but not about to watch some stupid video.
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>>8240067
>Spirit Science

Closed video, moving on.
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>>8240067
depends on what you mean by mysticism.
you can have spiritual experiences by taking drugs and meditating without relying on bullshit.

i don't want to watch this video.

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Isn't the universe amazing? I mean how often do you consider the fact that the largest known star, UV Scuti, is three times larger than the milky way galaxy? It's just mind-blowing.
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Of all the amazing things, a giant rock is what you like the most?
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There is so much autism in the first two posts in this thread that I just had to comment.
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>>8240064
Wat

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The ice age is coming

http://www.timeanddate.com/eclipse/lunar/2016-august-18

>>put all Yellowstone information here
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>>8239916
>The ice age is coming
you wish
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>>8239916
>kill zone
>primary ash zone
>secondary ash zone

Thank god I live in Kentucky! :^)
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>>8239916
>A lunar eclipse is going to cause Yellowstone to erupt.
Let me know when it turns into a werewolf.

is there a finite amount of mathematical knowledge? Can you "solve" mathematics?
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>>8239866
idk but we've made enough progress to know that noserings look like shit

pic related
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>>8239866
If mathematics is ever solved then the mathematicians after that will generalize the problem of solving mathematics and then solve that and then generalize that problem too.
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>>8239866
Given an infinite amount of time, an immortal being ought to have the ability to gain all knowledge, whether the total amount of possible knowledge is finite or infinite. Since mathematical knowledge is a subset of all knowledge, then this immortal being could of course gain all mathematical knowledge.

If we consider the entirety of the human race as one continuous immortal being, then if the universe never ends in time and the human race continues to exist for eternity, it may be possible for us to one day...
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What format do you guys take notes in?
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>>8239606
i'm not a retard, so i just use a plain notebook
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>>8239618
oh cool
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>cornell notes
t. brainlet

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Can math explain everything? Even animals, plants, reality?
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It's safe to assume that it's the foundation of everything, including the things you've stated. As far as explaining goes, trying to understand the universe in purely mathematical terms is like trying to understand a computer program in binary language, you kind of need a higher order language to make sense of stuff.
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>>8239545
Can't explain it's own consistency or what a number is
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Statistics kinda can, but not really.

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How the actual fuck do these work?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dispersion_(optics)
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>>8239501
electrons, mainly
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>>8239501
Stick a needle in your eye to find out.

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ITT: We ask questions of science that are extremely hard to explain (but completely explainable).
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If a fly didn't have wings, would it be called a 'walk?'
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>>8239427
ELI5 what is a limit?
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if the #2 pencil is the most popular pencil, why is it still #2?

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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Escitalopram
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As an SSRI it has mood-stabilizing properties that are achieved by delaying reuptake of the neurotransmitter serotonin in between nerves. This causes your neurons adapt to use less serotonin. The net consequence of those two things is that some neural pathways associated with depression and anxiety are active less often but more strongly. In this way it helps you control your mood without robbing you of emotion. At the beginning before your neurons adapt it you only get the mood-strengthening effect so it increases problems badly, but after adapting to it, it can help control...
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>>8239377
it's nothing more than a placebo for most persons who take the drug, as is true of the other SSRI's

read Irving Kirsch's book
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>>8240602
Here's Kirsch in 2014 about antidepressants (yes the 1st paragraph of the text body - not the abstract - is stupid, keep reading).
www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4172306/

>the fact that most patients and doctors in clinical trials successfully break blind
(again the article is about antidepressants specifically)

This is discussed in the book, notable side effects, or lack thereof, allow patients to determine w/ up to 85% accuracy whether they are in the experimental or control group.
In other words, the trials are not blind despite the description 'random double blind clinical trial'.

>... we had data on unpublished trials as well as published trials.
>In the data sent to us by the FDA, only 43% of the trials showed a statistically significant benefit of drug over placebo. The remaining 57% were failed or negative trials.

More than half of the trials attempting to legitimize SSRI treatment of depression come up empty.

>Almost half of the clinical trials sponsored by the drug companies have not been published

Gee, I wonder why.
In the book it is made clear that there exists a huge publication bias toward positive results.

>The results of the unpublished trials were known only to the drug companies and the FDA, and most of them failed to find a significant benefit of drug over placebo.

Yeah, there it is.

>With this expanded data set, we found once again that 82% of the drug response was duplicated by placebo.

>the mean difference between drug and placebo was less than two points on the HAM-D. The HAM-D is a 17-item scale on which people can score from 0 to 53 points, depending on how depressed they are. A six-point difference can be obtained just by changes in sleep patterns, with no change in any other symptom of depression.

Lel, the 'instrument' that HAM-D purports to be, gives misleading 'measurements'.

More cunt/paste give an error, post too long message.
Keep reading.

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I figured out the answer.

Nowhere does it state that the probability is contained among the four options provided. At best it implies you would choose one of these at random, still without constraint that one of them is correct.

I propose to you, people of /sci/, that the answer is 0%
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>>8239360
it would be %100 then, dipshit
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The correct answer is 50%.
The check boxes or Letters are seen as the set of possible answers.
If you have to choose at random you have 25% chance of getting it right. If the right answer is included twice in the set of 4 possible answers, you have a chance of getting 2 right out of 4, which is 50%.
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>>8241750
dipshit fgt pls

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/sci/ What's the most you guys have had to write in one day?
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>>8239242
500 words, due tomorrow
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>>8239242
I actually have a 20 word essay due tomorrow and I haven't even started
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>>8239245
Are you being serious?


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