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What's your favorite stack?
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Whiskey
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>>8249133
Noopept, pramiracetam; caffeine and choline alfoscerate.
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Little bit opium in above...

what makes him so revered and cherished by mathematicians
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>>8245769
He did the one thing we all dreamed about, but could never do. He became a hermit mathematician.
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>>8245769
anon what the fuck not this again
what's going on? who are you?
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>>8245769
He's so fucking overrated.

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When did you realise that apparently perplexing philosophical problems were a bunch of fluff?

For example:

>Something rather than nothing

We have no reason to believe that 'nothing' exists; it has never been observed.

What other ridiculous concepts are you aware of?
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>>8246044
dark matter and black holes are probably made of the same material.
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>>8246064

Well, dark matter is just the name given to perceived matter that doesn't interact with light.

Black holes have been indirectly observed, so unless you can come up with a better model they're legit.
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>>8246064
No Dark Matter DOES INTERACT
No Black Holes SUCK
Dark Matter HOLDS

Many watch guys say that they're into mechanical watches for the engineering marvel. Exactly how impressive are mechanical watches?
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>>8243294
The watch in that picture goes for something like $300,000. It couldn't POSSIBLY be because of how impressive it is from an engineering standpoint, right? Discounting the brand name, the precious metals, all of that. How impressive is the technology behind a mechanical watch like this?
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>>8243294
Isn't every watch an engineering marvel?
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>>8243336
I mean more of how impressive it all is. That's really what I'm asking. The watch in the OP, the back there, it looks very intricate. I'm wondering if that costs a lot and is part of the price or why people are so interested in them, or if it's 100% a brand thing.

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I'm looking for a good, thorough, textbook on neuroscience. Something more focused on the low level. eg, voltage dependent calcium channels, pyramidal cells encoding their outputs, feedback loops and rate limiters for neurotransmitter synthesis, etc. Something a bit more functional than a more anatomically oriented perspective.

I'm aware of the stickied link, but would like some more firsthand opinions.
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>>8244407
Theoretical Neuroscience: Computational and Mathematical Modeling of Neural Systems
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>>8244414
I'll look into this, thanks. From the sound of some of the reviews it might be close to what I'm looking for. Something that doesn't dick around and try to hold your hand, creating an unnecessary metaphorical and abstraction overhead.

It's a machine. Material that clearly lays out what we think it is, what we think it does, and how, seems rare. Greater meaning is then rendered implicit.
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Google Scholar
Best place to find information that is not 90% opinionated bullshit.

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Yesterday, I went to get a head CT scan. This is the only CT scan I've ever gotten. Should I worry about dying of a brain tumor later in life?
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Little known fact; The cancer that shows up in your CT scan results are the results of the cancer caused by the CT scan itself ;)
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cancers are small people just like you and me,so to detect them in your brain,the doctors must give you a cancer amplifier so the tomography can be done right.But if you dont already have it,you might just get one,go and scan yourself tomorow,who knows what you might find
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>>8230508
I legitimately have death anxiety from this. I keep thinking that I shouldn't have gotten it and now I'll die of a fucking brain tumor.

They said the machine was only one year old, so maybe it was very new and optimized and used even less radiation than normal? Also, the actual scan took like 5-10 seconds.

Has mankind developed materials that will allow for vacuum airships to be feasible?
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What if it implodes?!
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What would be the use?
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What's the point?

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Alright /sci/ I want to prove to you that psychic interaction is possible "once and for all." There are two problems with this.

1. If I can't do it reliably, it can't be called science.
2. Proving that it's one thing and not just clever manipulation or some other type of engineered "coincidence" requires a strong mind and proper wielding of Occam's razor.

The beliefs on /x/ have shifted over the past few years to the point where, while magic and occult things are still looked down on, people are ready to admit the belief....
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i really, really like asian women
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>>8239718
That's just the exotic effect. Asians feel the same way about white people. It's foreign so it's fascinating. We already knew people were curious creatures.
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Mindcontrol Hiro and make him delete 4chan.

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A few weeks ago I was thinking about the idea when I decided to calculate how much money would be needed to make such huge endeavor work.

For the purpose of that conjecture, here is the full scenario:

>Ship will carry 25000 people in cryogenic sleep (Heart beats 3 times a minute, lungs breath in once)
>ship will also carry seed banks, soil samples and embryos of dozens of animals for future use (Chickens, cows, pigs, etc)
>Speed will be about 0.2c to 0.25c
>the...
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>>8246927
Then there is the fact that no rocket is cheap enough to build the colony ship in orbit. It just doesn't work economically speaking. Even the biggest and cheapest of rockets would still make the project way to costly for any non-emergency scenario (i.e. extinction event and people stop caring about money cause they wanna save themselves). To circumvent this I added a space elevator to be built on the equator. It would allow for cargo to be transported up 24/7. Maybe completing the trip to geosynchronous orbit...
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>>8246928
What's your math?
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>>8246940
Im gonna be honest, I don't remember. The numbers got so big and mixed in the end I just remembered the 2 trilion mark. However, as I said, I got to it by:

>calculated how much energy the elevator consume in dollars to carry the cargo up, and multiplied that number by 6 to account for the cost of the cargo inside it and workforce building the ship in orbit

So maybe I can re-do it sometime. I also think I assumed the elevator had it's own nice nuclear reactor on...
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>There are many “leaks” in the so-called STEM pipeline, including educational shortfalls and cultural issues like stereotyping. But there may be one issue in particular that’s having a profound impact on the number of women in STEM: the notoriously difficult college math class, Calculus I, a new study from Colorado State University finds.

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/entry/calculus-stem-gender-gap_us_57a1b9eee4b0e2e15eb7df83
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>>8247712
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>>8247712
>notoriously difficult

>pass me please!!!
>meritocracy is evil!!!! waaaa!!!
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>>8247712
>the notoriously difficult college math class, Calculus I

LOL.

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Who /Durham/ here?

Hopefully going there next year, should my results be good enough (God wills)

What should I keep in mind before I go there? Anything special about the science departments?

I'm signed up for physics, but I might switch to engineering. I don't want to do research, and I want to open a technology or engineering company, so I feel learning how it all works will be more useful than heavily theoretical physics.
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>>8246003
Literally a meme uni for oxbridge rejects
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>>8246003
Can you ask if I can get political asyl to study there ore somewhere else? :D I cant go back home to my country to print my diploma
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>>8246121
No anon, that's Warwick.

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/k/ here. Sorry if I'm breaking any board rules.

How would we go about terraforming Mars?

Is there enough gases trapped in the ice caps that carpet bombing them would release enough CO2 to create a sufficiently pressurized atmosphere? Is there enough oxygen and water in the ground to provide for biochemical processes?

What kind of time frames and challenges would we be up against?

What specific actions would need to be taken?
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>>8229624
I'm willing to wager that there isn't enough trapped in the ice. Having little atmosphere isn't as big of a deal as the Microgravity problem, as well as the lack of a magnetosphere which would mean constant bombardment of harmful solar radiation during the day. The magnetosphere also would help keep the atmosphere on the planet, as the sun is stripping the atmosphere away, albeit very slowly.
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>>8229624
>How would we go about terraforming Mars?
not science, please fuck off
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>>8229624
>How would we go about terraforming Mars?
Slam another planet or decently sized moon into it then wait thousands of years for it to settle down. By then we likely would have better technology which could terraform other planets in other solar systems.

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>study biology for 3 years and now medecine since 5 years
>realize that evolution doesn't make sense at many levels and most of it is simply impossible

I don't wanna sound like a crazy creationnist that I hate but some stuffs are simply impossible:
- the gap between the first random mutation that is not usefull and the lot of mutation needed to produce something usefull that pass through genes is simply too high in some molecule/structure/cells etc. Like the probabily is so small that even 4...
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>>8241062
>study biology for 3
>random mutation

Most evolution doesn't involve random mutations. What school did you go to?
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>>8241062

Let's do this.

Give an example.
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>>8241062
>simply
Care to show your simple math?

What products do you wish existed today?
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>>8243175
Space colonization and resource exploitation.
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sexbot
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sexbot

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Is intelligence heritable? Why shouldnt it be? Why is it considered controversial to say that smart people beget smart children while the stupid produce stupid children?

Is selling the lie that anybody can be as intelligent as anyone else necessary for social cohesion?
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define intelligence
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>>8242474
>social cohesion
back to >>>/his/
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It's not that, it's that everyone had the chance to test to see how intelligent they really are, instead of being judged by their benefactors

Also consider that most adults with docked mental ability have it from a disease or injury they're kids won't be born with

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in your opinion?
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grothendieck
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imb4 Neumann, Turing, Kolmogorov, Grothendieck
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>>8238912
My big sister. She taught me how to math when I was only three years old.

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Why do so many people hate math?

I'm asking seriously here, not with that smug sense of superiority so many STEMtards have when it comes to this kind of thing. What is it about math (and to a lesser extent science) that leads to such a volatile hatred of the subject?

Math has a defined wrong or right answer when we start out, which always motivated me to improve. I got more questions wrong than I did right, but I didn't care because I was learning. However, I propose that most people see failure not as something to learn from and recognise as a usual...
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>>8243083
All abstract subjects seem inherently unnecessary to all but the practitioners of that discipline. For the same reason that a modern mathematician might scorn archaic disciplines, while the practioners of those discplines viewed their own abstractions as usefull and simple.

>Math has a defined wrong or right answer when we start out, which always motivated me to improve.
That is neither what math is about nor would any sane individual be motivated by solving baby practice problems.

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why do manlets hate basketball?
people don't like what they're bad at and math-savvy is like its own athleticism
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>>8243115
>All abstract subjects seem inherently unnecessary to all but the practitioners of that discipline.
Excellent explanation as to why most people are fucking idiots. Brilliant.

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Ode to mathematics, seriously,
this
http://www.writeurl.com/text/6un773amggkc3zr2ejpy/wbdvympgflbebyiihalc
text's point you completely missed,
applies sciences and all sciences to their absolute points, if it's necessary! Needed.

Great mathematicians know how be happy, and get shit done without stressing out, or being bossed around, something only few know how to do.

Here's an another example calculation, so simple, you don't even need calculations to solve it, but still the regular math joes aren't capable of solving it...
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>>8242796
>be hostile as usual, attack it
>give me valuable input

I don't even know what your point is. Can you clarify?
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>>8242809

I will.

This text is part of a solution I used to get the full time job I wanted.
Mostly it was just a matter of how a person should behave among other people.
So it turned mostly into calculating a simulation of a fictional personality in different scenarios, that eventually I'd run through using my own body. And, those calculations were correct, since I managed to reach the goal.

What I mean attack, valuable input, could you make those calculations even better, more accurate?

Even...
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>>8242796
>those "papers"
Looks like another schizophrenic wandered in from /x/. Nothing to see here.

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Why are imaginary numbers taught in high school and basic astronomical navigation not? Imaginary numbers would only be more helpful than something like astronomical navigation if the individual were to pursue a career in mathematics or physics, outside of that its virtually useless.
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>>8244750
Whenever I steal money from the register at my job as a Walmart cashier I use imaginary numbers to cover the discrepancy.

Works every time.
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>imaginary
>not complex
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>>8244772
how?

Serious question, what are you on about?

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If "free will" is nonsense, then what are people describing when they speak of "effort"?
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>>8244366
Free will isn't nonsense. Free will isn't incompatible with determinism. If you think free will is incompatible with determinism, consider this:

Would you have MORE or LESS free will in a non-deterministic universe, where gorilla butts can speak English & bananas can peel themselves when you softly finger them?

If you think about it, a sense-making (i.e. deterministic) universe is the ONLY type of universe where any semblance of free will could possibly exist.
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>>8244366
Our languages (at least, western languages?) have this assumption of free will in the way they build subjects in sentences. Well.. if you say someone (3rd person) made a lot of effort, that just means he made effort for whatever reason, as a response to whatever impulse his environment sent his body.
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>>8244366
the mental/physical time, thought and energy they've invested into something. Got nothin to do with free will?!

How linear is linear algebra? Where is curvy algebra?
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>>8239056
>Simplification ahead
Linear algebra basically deals with planes, lines, and spaces.
Matrices are vector spaces. Everything is Euclidean geometry.
Euclidean basically means that right angles are 90° and that, given a line, only one parallel line can go through a point.
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>>8239056
it's 'non-linear' not 'curvy'

linear algebra is rooted in the study of systems of linear equations, i.e. all exponents on variables are equal to 1

x+y+z=1
x+y=1 etc.
non-linear is stuff like
x^2=1
x^2+y=1
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[math] (2·X) + (2·Y) = 2·(X + Y) [/math]
linear

[math] (2·X)^2 + (2·Y)^3 = ? [/math]
non-linear

I'm so upset that my genitals were mutilated when I was born by a certified professional medical doctor. It's literally genital mutilation - hey let's give every baby boy this syk body mod that makes their penises lose 90% of their sensitivity! Why is this okay?

Is a class action lawsuit viable? Who would be sued? What would the compensation be? I'm Canadian - is it worthwhile to write a letter to send members of my parliament to suggest a bill banning non medically necessary circumcisions?

We all agree that religions were invented so that...
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>>8238725
>>>/adv/

Sue you parents.

I agree though. It is ridiculous. Infants here get circumcision and scrotum reduction. It makes sex less feeling and lowers the sperm count due to increased heat since the testis can't lower properly.
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>>8238725
It doesn't decrease sensitivity. Enough with this shitty persecution complex.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23937309
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>>8238738
Adv sucks. Besides, political science is a legitimate field, right?

And man, I don't want to sue my mom - she was an ignorant signee who was coerced into it. She's not a medical professional, she shouldn't be expected to make that decision. That's like telling parents to decide at birth whether their child should have nipples. And being fed a bunch of bullshit about why nipplecision is preferable and that many people do it.

Honestly, I believe our period of history will be regarded...
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What drove you to study STEM and how do you feel about your progress so far?
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I had to stop because I couldn't afford it. I draw now. No Chem Engineering for me.
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I'm interested in biology. I have been interesting in life ever since I was a small child. I would spend days turning over rocks and studying the bugs underneath. I went through a dinosaur phase which made me interested in evolution, which led to an interest in genetics, my current field of study.

My parents also had a role. They would encourage me to practice math since I was small, and they discouraged me from going into the humanities, which was another interest of mine. I still study history as a hobby but I am glad I went STEM because the way I see it, it is...
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>>8243876
I want to know EVERYTHING.

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How does one achieve a purpose driven life, when everything seems so trivial?
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fake it till you make it

unfortunately there's nothing to live for in the western world anymore
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>>8241384

>fake it till you make it

What if there is no notion of making it?
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>>8241394
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Myth_of_Sisyphus

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A large (n=15,000) Romanian study has found no difference in intelligence by gender, and no difference in variance either.

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0160289616301003

Discuss.
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How do they measure intelligence ?
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>>8243514
Simple. They simply asked the participants whether they would vote for Trump.
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>>8243514

They standardized scores from 6 different intelligence tests:
-the Wechsler Intelligence Scale for Children, Fourth Edition
-, Raven's Progressive Matrices, Plus
-the Multidimensional Aptitude Battery, Second Edition
-the General Ability Measure for Adults
-the Intelligence Structure Test 2000, Revised

The gigafactory grand opening video.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-Szj2qIYX8
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Elon Musk proposes that focusing on the manufacturing process is now the key for electric vehicles.

Says engineering time spent on manufacturing processes is 5-10x more efficient than trying to eek out additional performance on the Tesla 3.

The gigafactory utilizes autonomous robots.
http://electrek.co/2016/07/31/tesla-gigafactory-robots-machines-battery-factory/
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f0P1Ikyz8To

Video showing off fully autonomous Adept Lynx Tesla robot.
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Elon musk's humor
https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=Snd8Rk07hEU

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Are there any debatable evidence of any kind of psychic ability.

Such as clairvoyance, telepathy, telekinesis, remote viewing.. etc..
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>>8231234
I occasionally have dreams of future "scenes" I will witness.
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>>8231234
nothing comfirmed, just a load of wackos talking shit who cant stand up to proper scrutiny or any decent James Randi style grilling.
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>>8231237
nope

deja vu (or deja reve, whichever) is just the brain fucking up and not properly timestamping a memory

you think you've seen/dreamed it before. you havent. it's fresh, and your brain is just fucking you.

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Seriously guys, give me a viable fucking solution to overpopulation.
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>>8242424
stop assistentialism. seriously, you can't keep giving so much aid to useless people in the form of free money, they're just going to breed into more useless people. aid needs to be geared towards preparing people to be useful.
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>>8242424
War
Running out of resources
Diseases
Collapse of infrastructure
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>>8242424
Mass sterilization of a generation. Skip about 10 or so years of population growth

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Ask your questions about math up to college level.

Anyone can join in.

don't post homework.
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literally nobody is self studying?
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>>8240963
problem:
666 green kids decided to post in this thread between 5 pm inclusive and 6 pm exclusive. All green kids will post at least once. Time of the first post for all green kids is equally distributed between 5 pm inclusive and 6 pm exclusive. When a kid post in a thread, he stays for 15 min to write one replay for everyone who had posted in this thread since his first post. At 6 pm all green kids left the thread. What is probability of all 666 green kids getting 665 replies by green kids?

Happy?
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>>8241009
what are you having trouble calculating?

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So guys, I wanna learn programming. What language should I start with? I was thinking Python because of the shit I researched. Can you recommend me some books that are actually good for learning it?
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>>8237803
bump
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>>8237803
why don't you try to make a calculator?
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>>8237803
Python is a good place to start. Most beginner books will be similar. The best way to get good at coding is to code everyday, think of a simple program that you would need and try to make it.


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