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I have a hard time believing that we're just animals. No animal on this planet comes close to our intelligence. Are humans freaks of nature?
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>>8226063
Just take this as proof:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAPBm_0ftAY

Assume the axiom of choice, of course.
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I'm pretty sure we're not plants, fungi, or bacteria.
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>>8226063
humans are not just animals.

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I noticed an inconsistency in reality and I want to see you science worshippers try to explain it. This might be a bit hard to explain but here it goes.

Yesterday I was looking into my iPhone screen, as if it were a mirror, to see something on my face. And I noticed strangely, that I could see my face fine, but a building in the background reflecting off the phone was blurry, I would have to re-focus my eyes to see the building in the reflection as if the building were actually further away in the reflection than my face is. Just like if you look at your finger right...
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>>8225976
>>>/x/
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>>8225986
The core question of this thread is science related you shill.

Why does reflection still require me to re-focus my eyes based on distance when no distance exists inside a reflection? Reflections are just light bouncing off a surface all at the same distance, regardless of the object's distance from the viewer.

So why would focusing my eyes make any difference at all?
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This is 100% unexplainable. No scientist on Earth can answer it.

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ITT, things you think are probably bullshit, but you can't prove they are because our knowledge of physics is incomplete

>increasing entropy is a fundamental property of the universe
>the Carnot cycle represents the absolute efficiency limit for any thermodynamic process
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>>8225954
Things you think are bullshit because you don't know anything about them.
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>>8225954
>increasing entropy is a fundamental property of the universe

The universe has an end m8
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>>8225954
>dark matter

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Is the engineering curriculum easy after you learn the fundamentals(calculus, chemistry and physics)?
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>>8225906
No, the calculus, chemistry and physics are the easy part.
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>>8225906
Isn't that all you engineers learn? Plug and chug integrals?
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>>8226023
No, EE is practically Applied Functional Analysis Engineering

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How much German, for example, are we expected to know at admission to doctorate school for Mathematics?
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>>8225794
Besides names, know what Eigen, Freiheitssatz, Nullstellensatz, Verschiebung, and Hauptvermutung mean. Führerdiskriminantenproduktformel if you are going into algebra. (Disclaimer: Has absolutely nothing to do with Hitler. Totally.)
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>>8225794
You need to know 2~3 foreign languages so if your German is nonexistent, you better have good French and Russian.
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>>8225794

Hi OP. I don't know how much you need to know, but here are some links to multilingual technical dictionaries once you do start studying.

general

http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/164553/dictionaries-and-resources-for-translation-of-mathematical-terminology

german (from above link)

http://mathdict.chitanka.info/en/de-en/

Are Electrical Engineers required to know how to code? If so, doesn't that make them far superior to Computer Scientists (I know coding isn't the only requirement)?
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>>8225715
>Are Electrical Engineers required to know how to code

Yes, typically Matlab and C++.

>If so, doesn't that make them far superior to Computer Scientists (I know coding isn't the only requirement)?

Even majors that don't require coding are far superior to computer science.
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>>8225715

Go to any university electrical engineering program and look at program syllabus. Youll see that a lot of the courses are based on circuit design, physics of electricity and so forth. Yes there is some coding, but no thats not what an electrical engineer is supposed to do. Think of tesla + elon musk when you think of electrical engineering
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>>8225715
>Are Electrical Engineers required to know how to code?

all engineers should know how to code. its par for the course.

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Math is Cryptic for me. I want to do a total restart. I feel like i know NOTHING about math. Lets given that feeling as a true fact. Can anyone please give me frees sources where i can learn from scratch and i mean scratch (starting with + and - etc.) to more difficult math? Something like an ultimate guide or a website to do so would be great. Easy explanations and tests would be awesome. Anyone knows something like that?
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That's such an awful way to go around

What an absolute waste of time

Just take Calculus 1 and learn what you need as you advance
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>>8225617
https://usamo.files.wordpress.com/2016/07/napkin-2016-0718.pdf

Evan Chen is bae.
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>>8225622
why?

>>8225624
looks good ill have a look at it, thanks

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Is this code trivial?
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>>8225371
Is it just printing the string? If so it's a redundant implementation.
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>>8225371
i'm no wizard, but couldn't you just printf it?
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>>8225371
Yes. It is trivial.

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how does a female gets sexually interested into a male?

I keep hearing that females are not visually excited as well as males.
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Not science. Get the fuck out.
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>>8225340
They are attracted to social value.

For instance the equivalent of a 10/10 banging chick for a female is a celebrity male.
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>>8225349
Op's topic does have validity for some further inquiry, just like gluten sensitivity and genetic based differences on racial superiority.

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I'm looking for an actual answer here. We're in 2016 and we have calculators that can do anything and everything. My question is why in the world do we need to know how to solve problems? I see how we would need to know how to set up problems so we can put it into the calculator but the calculator solves the problem for us. So why should anyone in this day and age need to know how to solve the problems in algebra and trigonometry?
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It helps build problem solving skills. What's the point of learning Algebra when you use a calculator to solve all your problems? What happens when you get to advanced levels of math and you have no clue how to solve problems because you are used to just plugging it in? Math is taught without dependency on a calculator because when you learn math the answer is only half the problem, the meat of mathematics is solving and understanding why things work.
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Since you mentioned you aren't trolling ill give you an example. Hundreds of years ago, we didnt know how to calculate the area of arbitrary shapes. It wasnt something we had a formula for or something we could "calculate" with an abacus. Not until Newton/Leibniz invented calculus could we do so. Calculators can only solve problems that have first been solved by humans. Sure a calculator can solve your trigonometry and algebra problems, but the calculator was programmed to do so based off of logic and rules created by humans. As humanity faces tougher and more...
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>>8225307
A calculator doesn't teach you how algebra or trigonometry works.

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Does anyone else find these things completely terrifying? They seem like the objectification of chaos, or death incarnate
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>>8225269
t. Lovecraft
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>le giant rocks and le giant explosions
cosmology is such a meme
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A nuclear bomb is just as terrifying, though I know that the chances of me being inside detonation range is near slim to none. I don't live near any urban areas, and I know that the people operating them aren't complete morons, so I don't really mind about their existence.

hey all,

i have a pair of speakers i suspect to have some damaged components and im looking to get a multimeter to do some measurements

reading around, it seems fluke is THE brand to get. i dont know much about multimeters and can do with advice on what to look for / which model to get. i dont do much electrical work, so i dont need a real trick piece of gear, but at the same time, i dont want something really base and limited


- is it "the higher the model number, the better" with fluke?

-any recommendations from their 170 or 77 IV line?

-...
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>>8225126

Really you probably don't need a fluke. Go to home depot and get whatever multimeter they sell.

True RMS is only useful for measuring AC, things like duty cycles of wave forms.

the value of a fluke meter comes from their reliability, auto ranging, ability to measure high resistance and the display, which updates really fast.
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>>8225201
it might be different where you live, but the meters my home depot carry are edging on $200
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>>8225263
/diy/ might help you more, but i have a mastech MY-68 which has lasted me 3+ years with only the electrodes needing changing, and I would recommend it as an addition to a toolkit. It's a great multitool. Apparently they aren't that expensive either

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What are some good books on physics, chemistry, geology, biology, any brain science, or astronomy?
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>>8225109
http://4chan-science.wikia.com/wiki/Recommended_material
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>>8225116
I've seen that before but I'm looking for just books not textbooks.
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>>8225127
Oh, you're looking for popsci books? I guess I can help.

A Brief History of Time by Stephen Hawking. It's basically an astronomy book, though It touches all subjects. From the origin of the universe and the laws behind it, etc., until today.

Cosmos by Carl Sagan. Kinda the same as above, though it doesn't just skims the other subjects. It goes kinda deeper.

The Demon-Haunted World by Carl Sagan. Basically a science history book. How we went from being ignorant to being less ignorant....
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My air conditioner broke this morning, and it's 90 degrees (33 in civilized countries).
Chemfags - what household items could I cobble together to manufacture my own refridgerants?
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You need gases and shit. You're not gonna do anything with household items.
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liquid notrogen + fan
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1. open your freezer a few inches, put a fan in it blowing outwards
2. keep your face damp with water
3. sit right in front of the freezer so the fan is blowing on your damp face

the rest of your body will cool down as your face does

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So, I found out, that you can study gender studies on MIT. How come a respected university actually deals with shit like that?
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lmao who's gonna hire a gender study graduate ? wtf do they even do ?
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>>8224925
>wtf do they even do ?
Count to two.
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>>8224918
>4 billion women on planet
>not offering gender studies course

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Pure engineering porn
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>>8224866
What's gay about it?
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>>8224872
Nothing. I'm gay for it if anything
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Think I preferred it with Craig Charles as presenter... Still pretty fun though.

What is the most interesting mechanical phenomenon?
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none

mechanics sucks dick

thank god for giving us a weird universe #quantum #relative
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>>8224848
I think it's pretty cool that stuff happens.
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>>8224848
Perpetual motion devices.

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Research on savants (those who possess amazing mental abilities such as perfect recall, genius and intrinsic artistic and musical understanding, etc. while lacking in other areas) suggests that there are sublayers of the brain that are normally inaccessible to the consciousness of regular folk. But, obviously, if this theory holds true, then there is a great wealth of potential hidden in the unconscious that is ripe for the picking. We may never be able to mirror the effects of 'NZT' from Limitless, but perhaps there are biological mechanisms that can unleash it waiting...
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>>8224631

Reminds me of meditation really. Meditation is supposed to reveal inner layers of consciousness such as the dream state, which has solved many problems.

http://www.cracked.com/article_20498_5-famous-things-you-wont-believe-were-invented-in-dreams.html

http://www.famousscientists.org/7-great-examples-of-scientific-discoveries-made-in-dreams/
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>>8224631
I know Modafinil has been marketed as "The Limitless Drug" but its mostly shite.

If such a drug actually exists, its probably kept under wraps anyway. The people using it wouldn't want anyone else to know it exists for obvious reasons.
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>>8224631

>suggests that there are sublayers of the brain that are normally inaccessible to the consciousness of regular folk.

Nope.

if the radius of the small circle is 0.1km, how big is the radius of the big circle?

yes my area is shit thanks
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>>8224624

That's not even a circle
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>>8224700
y-yes it is?
the green almost-hexagon fits inside the red circle exactly, im looking for the ratio of the big/red circle to the small/black circle, with respect to the number of circles in the radius of the big/red circle

i assume something in the form R=x+ar
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[math] \dfrac {r_i}{r_u} = \dfrac { \sqrt{3} } {2} = 0.866 [/math]

[math] R = (1+2+2+1) \cdot r_i + 1 \cdot r_u = \left( 6 \cdot \dfrac {r_i}{r_u} + 1 \right) r_u = 6.196 \cdot r_u [/math]

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Can someone tell me why my ring finger bends towards my palm when my hand is relaxed? There's no pain and my middle finger sometimes does it too.
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not science, fuck off
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>>8224602
You've been twoin in the pinkin and onein in the stinkin too much
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I think you have tired your hands a little.

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What's the least scientific science? Is it sociology or anthropology?
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Probably psychology because of them unreproductible studies.

As a /k/ommando, that news article makes my heart weep.
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>>8224588
computer science
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>>8224653
computer science isn't science
it's a subfield of math

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Is there any truth to the claim that the statue of liberty shouldn't be visible from 60 miles away, that it should be 2,074 feet below the horizon from that distance?
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>>8224564
When you are 6 feet tall the horizon is less than 3 miles away
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>>8224583
True, but I'm not sure what you mean to get at by pointing this out?

At 2,500 ft the horizon is 61.3 miles away. Say you were riding in a helicopter; technically, the statue of liberty could be seen from roughly that same height and distance. Admittedly the image doesn't provide any specifics as to the conditions of the viewing or other relevant data, but if it is to be believed then shouldn't the statue not be visible in the scenario described above due to the curvature (even though it could, in theory, still be detectable to the naked eye)?

Then again, perhaps the conditions were such that the naked eye was not what was used to measure the sight of the statue in the image. They could have used a telescope.

In any case I don't see how citing the fact that the horizon is about 3 miles away at 6 ft elevation refutes or in any way answers the question.
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>>8224564
>>8224753
Have you any proof that it IS visible from 60 miles away?

What does /sci/ think of Category Theory? I started getting into the subject few days ago and really liked it. Kind of a sweet and gentle. Like those subjects in HS that didn't really matter but professor tried really hard and you felt sorry for it. Same thing here, but without pitty
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Is there more to category theory than babby’s first composition?
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>>8224498
Exactly what I said. It looks naive at first. Some things that i didn't bother understanding in algebra, became much simpler now.
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>>8224446
Useless. Set Theory is already perfect.

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What is difference between asteroid and sun? Both are hot ball so it just that asteroid moving and sun dont?
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>>8224381
>an asteroid is an hot ball
Not necessarily
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Fusion
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An asteroid is a small rocky body orbiting the sun. Large numbers of these, ranging enormously in size, are found between the orbits of Mars and Jupiter, though some have more eccentric orbits.

A star is a luminous ball of gas, mostly hydrogen and helium, held together by its own gravity. Nuclear fusion reactions in its core support the star against gravity and produce photons and heat, as well as small amounts of heavier elements. The Sun is the closest star to Earth.

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What is /sci/'s opinion on IIT(Indian institute of technology)?
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Everything India is shit
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This is the best a country of 1 billion people can do?

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Difficulty solving a radical, could you please help show me where I went wrong?
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>>8224295
accept the fact that you will best serve society as a janitor and move on.
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>>8224295
Order of operations.
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>>8224297
Thanks, but im trying, and that is not helping.

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What are your views on the work of Dr. Sigmund Freud?

Do you agree with his theory about the unconscious mind, psychosexual development and life/death drives?
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>>8224284
>>>/lit/
>>>/his/
>>>/hm/
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>>8224286
Neither of those boards seem adequate to discuss psychology though.
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>>8224284
Didn't we have this same thread 2 weeks ago?

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Why do people think cosmology is a science? It's just a bunch of guys telling that their opinions are facts. Totally indistinguishable from philosophy.
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>>8224209
It's pretty deep and useful, it'll be the base from which space stage ignition will start from.
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>>8224209
Kys
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>>8224209
ebin post OP

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Why hasn't science invented a pill that will knock you out instantly for 8 hours even if you just smoked crack and drank a red bull?
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>>8224193
Take two cyanides and call me if you wake up.
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>>8224193
If you are 'naive' (have no tolerance) wrt some antispychotics, they will knock you out.
Geodon, thorazine, that kind of thing.

I'd bet that some of the drugs used to put people under for surgery - Brevital - would work, and fast at a proper dose.
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>>8224204
Can confirm.
I have to cut my pills in half after a long absense, and they still take me out for most pf the next day

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Hey /sci/

can someone tell me what type of animating software and video editing these guys use for their videos?

http://youtu.be/5szNmKtyBW4

TYVM
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Looks like flash animation to me. So probably Adobe Animate CC or something equivalent.
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>>8224072
thanks for the reply - can anyone confirm?
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