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http://uproxx.com/gammasquad/google-quantum-computing/

>Specifically, Google and an international team of scientists have successfully simulated the energy surface of a hydrogen atom. If you’re a chemist, you’ve probably bolted up in surprise, but for the rest of us, it’s difficult to properly simulate chemical reactions on a computer, because the different parts of an atom can be in so many different states, called a “superposition.” It can take days to figure out simple reactions, and more complex ones, like drugs reacting in the human...
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So late, how can they be this behind the ball rolling, I don't get it senpai :/
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They also did this:

https://deepmind.com/blog?t=1

>DEEPMIND AI REDUCES GOOGLE DATA CENTRE COOLING BILL BY 40%

Is Google going to bring about the singularity single handedly?

The absolute madmen
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>>8219591
>successfully simulated the energy surface of a hydrogen atom

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What if the journals would contain totally no name papers, so there will be no bias in the review?

Then you would need to actually read it, not just trust. Of course, there would be rumours and shit but...

Are you doing science because of "muh dick" of because of "muh progress and shit"?
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why not sling stones at the wolves stalking the flock?
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>>8219548
Because then you would not be able to tell who deserve founding and who does not. Plus they would use secret strings to sign them
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>>8219556

there would be some secret, or maybe even non-secret, account with points,
you will be awarded more points for publications in the top journals, points would count, not the actual names of papers

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The fact that some numbers can't be divided perfectly is proof that there's such a thing as a minimum size in the physical universe
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The fact that yoir dick exists suggests otherwise
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>>8219488
>the fact that discrete math is possible implies that the universe is discrete
I think the universe is discrete, but you're fucking stupid and should be ashamed.
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>>8219496
>normal numbers
>discrete math

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http://phys.org/news/2016-07-world-sensitive-dark-detector.html

Scientists looking for dark matter find nothing.
DARK MATTER BTFO
MOND wins again.
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I was thinking in bed, that dark matter was bullshit

This is great news
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>MOND supporter
kys
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>>8219484
I agree, that part was shitposting. Dark matter still BTFO.

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I've noticed that a lot of my math friends are into music.

I'm taking graduate-level math classes, and I really like to play both classical and jazz flute. In addition to that I listen EDM, rock, indie, and rap, and am well-versed in music theory. My professor and advisor is a graduate of Cornell University, and he plays guitar in a local rock band. Most of my friends on math team play classical violin. One plays jazz trumpet.

Do you think there is some sort of correlation between love of math and love of music? Examples? Why do you think this is?

Pic...
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no. there are a lot of people who like music.
i have a masters in physics and listen to this so fuck off with your classical gay-fedoracore
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2MHhLDCJ57E
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>>8219441
I know your ilk
You are the same idiots who think because you understand the mathematics of pool you can hustle at the local pool hall. But then you walk out broke.

All of the greatest musicians of all time knew dick about math and barely knew much of anything about music theory.
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I think the two are definitely related, maybe something to do with ratios and selective loops. I had a math professor that had a second phd in music theory and I always wondered how he heard music

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Does the Earth have limited breathing oxygen storages? Is Bubble Wrap ethical??
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>>8219413
If I forget to pop these when I receive an Amazon package does the Earth become less breathable?
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what the actual fuck
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>>8219437
what the fuck right now?

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I have experienced this event twice i will give both examples twice. I am 19 and this has happened twice over 4 years.

first story
>I was a student ambassador in Ireland.(i was 15)
>me and group other students were playing a card game laying in grass under a tree out side our hotel.
>someone tells a funny joke and i go into a hysterical laugh and it starts.

>everything goes white like(see pic related, it was more white wall than tunnel vision)...
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white or static or somehow colorless?
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mini-strokes?
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>>8219341
specifically white, with a little darkness on the edges like an old photo.

Is the Earth a rarity ?
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>>8219264

One of about 40 billion such planets in the galaxy.

Or 11 billion if you rule out those orbiting red dwarf stars.
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>>8219264
planets like earth are common
organisms thriving on those worlds are common

the thing that is humanity is a rarity
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There's only one so yee

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A friend told me that even if we found a suitable fuel replacement for oil, we'd still need petroleum for its chemical derivates.

Is that true?
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>>8219154

On what production scale though?
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>>8219157
Our entire consumerism based market uses petroleum and its derivatives.

plastics specifically would skyrocket in price if oil was replaced for fuel
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Really ugly estimate: ~90% of everything organic.

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My girlfriend is feeling these symptoms bros:

>Dizziness, abdominal pain (intense), head aches, diarrhea, fatigue and nausea basically.

What could be going on? I know she's not pregnant, so....

Anyone have an idea? Been going on and off for like two weeks

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>>8218820
Besides the fact that /sci/ is not know for medical advice, all the symptoms you just gave are extremely basic and could be from any number of factors. Also you didn't list how long the symptoms have been going on, when they started and etc. We can not visible see her for any other symptoms and we can not run any basic tests.

So unless you just want random pre med undergrads throwing worthless suggestions at you just take her to a decent primary care physician to begin with.
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Make sure she isn't pregnant at first,then assume it's something else that causes her symptoms.You should be considering go visit a doctor,safest and the most accurate method to identify the real cause unless you're a wrath and use a revive spell
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Starting to doubt that people on /sci/ are actually intelligent

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>requires negative mass/energy to operate to bend space the opposite way
>negative mass/energy makes mathematical sense but there is absolutely no reason to expect it to exist
>operating it would require more energy than has cumulatively been produced by humanity
Did I miss anything?

Y'all niggas need to accept that humanity is going to be using generation ships to get to other stars.
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>>8218752
>Did I miss anything?
Nope. Actually the whole NASA Advanced Propulsion Program was a big fucking joke, that only existed to maintain a certain amount of jobs in key states.
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>>8218775
I wish US representatives cared more about the goals of NASA than the pork they can bring to their sake via NASA.
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>>8218783
It still continues to this day. There's a team of about 20 people at NASA working on antimatter propulsion, even though we need CERN-like infrastructure to create and capture just a few anti-hydrogen atoms. We're still decades -if not centuries- away from producing macroscopic amounts of antimatter, but someone at NASA though it was a good idea to waste time, ressources and people's careers on antimatter propulsion.

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hey /sci/, is being a geoscientist interesting anymore? I know that sounds dumb, as I am interested in it, but I mean career wise and the problems we have left to solve.

How would I avoid being a oil field worker? I realize the interesting careers like a geoscientist in a lab researching alien rocks are limited. What are the important questions geoscientists still need to answer?
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>researching alien rocks is interesting
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>>8218678
yes.
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>>8218671
Yes, there's so much man. We still are not able to reconcile geochem and geophys models of the deep Earth. Biomineralization is kicking off really hard ATM, so understanding what that means and its applications is important. Studying the properties of minerals is always exciting. I saw a lecture last year at GSA on REE minerals that were used to store nuclear waste and whenever their bonds would break, the structure would readjust over and over again. working on new applications for isotopic systems is always...
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Why is penis size so extremely important to women?

A woman will reject a man for the size of his penis even if he is perfect for her in every other respect. The immediate reason for this is not so difficult to understand (sex, pleasure) but why has this become such an important factor?

Wouldn't this lead to the most penis-selective women choosing sub-optimal men and thus decreasing their genetic fitness?

Serious question.
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>>8218644
These are the thoughts of a man who has never had a girlfriend. Women caring about penis size is a meme made to make you feel bad. I'm sure some do but its a small minority.
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Once a man is about to have sex with a woman, the proportion of women who will break off the engagement for that reason is small. The evolutionary disadvantage conferred by small penis size is probably on the same order of magnitude as random genetic drift, and certainly much smaller than any evolutionary advantages that got the man in bed with the woman in the first place.
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>>8218656
What about this, and the other countless stories.

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What are the jobs in which you can just walk in and take an aptitude test and receive job irrespective of formal education or any horseshit like that? For example, my dad got a job at Lockheed Martin working on a UAV prototype many years ago despite being a farmer with a master's in behavioral science through this system.
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>>8218453
Well, many years ago you could get a job working at Lockheed Martin despite being a farmer with a master's in behavioral science.
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>>8218453
You are better off schmoozing with people who work there and not looking too hungry like you want a job bad. That is always the best way to get your foot in the door anywhere.
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>>8218488
I find the idea that no one cares about how hard it is to get a job even if you have all the requisite knowledge but no credentials appalling.

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Hello /sci/, my younger brother has been saying that physics is hard and he will never get into engineering.
>He has an IQ of 130
>He has consistently gotten 95% throughout his private school education
>He is starting high school next semester
How do I convince him to go into physics and avoid the biology meme? Serious replies only plz
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>>8218433
Spark his motor by showing him this:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EPlyiW-xGI
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>>8218433

Tell him to take a MBA
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>>8218433
Biology is far better than physics anyway. Hell, even math is. The most boring topic in math (real analysis) is far more interesting than all of physics except for perhaps quantum mechanics but only because it's not abusive on notation.

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Can a person lose weight without stunting his/her brain growth?
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Your brain function and development is already crippled by being overweight, so I think the possibility of your blood sugar consistently dropping to lower ranges, is an alright trade-off.
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>>8218299
>Your brain function and development is already crippled by being overweight

What do you mean? Currently around 24% body fat and got tested for 150+ IQ. Are there studies?
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>>8218302
Plenty. Use your intelligence to look them up.

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How did marine animals become land animals?
How did Oviparous animals become Viviparous animals?
How did the first single celled organisms become multiple cell organisms?
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Evolution doesn't exist you cretin. God made all the animals.
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>>8218255
Don't question evolution.
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>>8218255
But seriously do a little research on how mutation and natural selection work and stop being a retard. thx.

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When will quantum Viagra be invented?
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>>8218183
For your subatomic sized dick? Don't worry, no woman will ever look at it, so its wavefunction will never be collapsed.
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>>8218186
Savage
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>>8218183
for when you need to be hard and soft at the same time

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What would happen if you breath it in?
What would happen if your body were surrounded by it and it came in contact with your skin?
What would it feel like?

Extra points:
What would it look like?
What would it smell like?
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Its just antiwater, senpai

It would make you thirsty when you drink it, and feel dry.
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>>8218139
>What would happen if you breath it in?
probably euphoria, if in small quantities.
otherwise, lung inflammation
>What would happen if your body were surrounded by it and it came in contact with your skin?
oxidization of skin
>What would it feel like?
burning

>What would it look like?
well it's basically oxygen with a hydrogen atom attached(or protonated superoxide anion?), so I'd say "colourless gas", but keep in mind how unstable that shit is. (assuming that H bonds with one of O's degenerate electrons on anti-bonding pi-orbitals)
>What would it smell like?
like oxygen or ozone, that is to say, it wouldn't
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>>8218139
The molecule doesn't exist.

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>last organic chemistry exam is just "memorize these forty-odd reagents, and whether the product associated with each will be syn/anti, markovnikov/anti, whether it can rearrange or not, and how the stereochemistry is affected, if at all"

any good memorization strategies? i hate arbitrary rote memorization more than anything in the world, but that's what i need to know; understanding the mechanisms and associated concepts is secondary, apparently.
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You don't need to memorize all 40 reagents. Basically, be able to differentiate between acid/base, primary/secondary/tertiary, and alcohols. If this is orgo 1. If 2, then you also need ketones and aldehydes. Once you git gud at recognizing them, you need to learn the reaction mechanisms (PCC, PBr2, sulfonation, etc) and you should be good to go.
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>>8218062
Waterfall method is pretty good.
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You won't do well if you memorize.

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someone explain this/the science behind it to me please
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>>8218049
no flux is going through the square. for some reason it stops before going inside.
the top formula is calculating the flux.
it's a pun with "no fucks given"
it's cringeworthy
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>>8218057
Saying, "cringeworthy," is cringeworthy, kid.
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>>8218069
*teleports behind you*
pshh, nothing personnel, kid.

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Dear Algebraic Geometry People...

If you are given a polynomial P=P(x,y,z) in Q[x,y,z], how might you go about finding polynomials x=x(t), y=y(t), z=z(t) in Q[t] such that P(x(t),y(t),z(t))=0?

For example, if you are given P(x,y,z) = x^2 + y^2 - z^2, then x(t)=2 t, y(t)=1-t^2, z(t)=1+t^2 will do the trick.

Does anyone know of any approaches to this sort of problem? Is there a name for this sort of problem?
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erm...that question is the sole purpose of the field called Algebraic Geoemtry.
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>>8217854
Algebraic Geometry seems a bit more general to me, though it's not my field. I'm just looking for an algorithm that will help find a parameterization of a particular surface.
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>>8218018
>I'm just looking for an algorithm that will help find a parameterization of a particular surface.

Then maybe you should post the equation for the particular surface...

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Why doesn't /sci/ have a janitor? We get these stupid fucking gorilla threads EVERY DAY posting philosophical crap that belongs on /x/ or /his/, but I've never seen a single one deleted. These threads are nothing but shitposting, why can't we have a part time janny working multiple slow boards?
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>>8217760
Mods are busy deleting threads about differences in intelligence between races.
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I've given up about that long ago.

Good luck telling the mods, m8.
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>>8217760
>going apeshit over guerilla threads
They are on topic. Deal with it.

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Would it be possible to use evolutionary means to find alternative equations to stuff? I got inspired by the story of the dude who used evolutionary method to find aerodynamically efficient designs for cars or whatever.

Is it even a good idea? Does it have any use? The problem I'm running into is that I need something to check against, to make sure the equation moves in the right direction, defeating the whole purpose of it. I mean you might want a different one to be able to derive shit, but you have Taylor expansion for that, no?

Apart from the obvious constraint...
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You'd probably just end up with imperfect infinitesimal mathematical equations
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>>8217791
Of course they'd be imperfect, I'm working with margin of error here. I also already mentioned I need to specify a range to test against, so for example if I wanted to find the formula for a square, I need to specify a range the testing equation of x^2 can have, to compare against the evolved equation.
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bump again

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What does /sci/ think of eugenics? Could we breed better humans?
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Yes. But not now.
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>>8217591
What about now?
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>>8217626
You didn't even ask how, so I assume you are entitled to an opinion. So you have created this thread so you can spout your dumb propaganda over here.
Take your dumb propaganda away

If you do not accept undisputed cubic measurement, and your enemy does, by resuming the status quo, you will lose at the end of the day.

Cubic thinkers are smarter than you, those who influence cubic thought, more courageous.

The concept of a 'cubic plane', must be introduced to counter cubic misconception. Proof of a 'cubic plane': a square in a cube.

4 sides of a cube can be grouped on a single 'cubic plane'.

In any case, there are 2 sides ungrouped.

A cube has 4 side and 2 polar.

>There...
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>>8217479
Cubic plane curves are pretty cool. In particular if they're non-singular. Algebraic geometry thread?
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>>8217494
Make of it what you wish, but answer me this, do you agree with the logic in the original post?
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>>8217479
bump

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A Lunar Station with mass driver to accelerate mining robots to asteroids near earth
And a second mass driver to cheaply accelerate into low earth orbit.

Fully Automated mining robots could be build by 2019 at current rate of progression in robotics and Ai.

When do you think will there be a lunar space station?
What structures do we need?
Are O'Neill style structures feasible with a lunar space station?
Will it be ready be mid century to counter the wide resource scarcities?

/sci/entists propose
1.) date for the first module on moon
2.)...
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1.) First module could be send as soon as the public thinks this is a good idea.

..Or investors recognize the potential

2.) resource scarcity will hit full force in ~2030. So hopefully by the end of 2020 we will have the infrastructure in place to not slide into crisis/recession

3.) a railgun would have the tremendous advantage, that it would allow to send stuff from the moon to the earth if the earth is at a lower gravitation potential (sun - earth - moon)
And sending stuff into the asteroid belt by using the moons tangential velocity when it comes...
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>>8217461
>current rate of progression
that's stupid

you could build a primitive mining robot today.

but nobody is building a primitive mining robot, meaning that there is no progression.
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>>8217486
>but nobody is building a primitive mining robot,

http://www.nasa.gov/feature/2016-robotic-mining-competition-winners

http://www.superdroidrobots.com/shop/custom.aspx/mining-robots/65/

http://stanleyinnovation.com/mining-robots/

http://www.machineryautomation.com.au/mining/

http://spectrum.ieee.org/automaton/robotics/military-robots/nasa-training-swarmie-robots-for-space-mining

http://fortune.com/2015/08/25/internet-things-mining-industry/

You...
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welp, I proved the Collatz Conjecture.
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>>8230652
So go get your $500.
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>>8230659
I always dreamed of proving something important and instead of taking credit, just posting it anonymously on /sci/
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>>8230652
>since the sequence has no limit, it can be disregarded
how do you figure that one?

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>A bat and a ball cost $1.10 in total.
>The bat costs $1.00 more than the ball.
>How much does the ball cost?
This is what happens when you get over-educated mathematicians that have no fucking clue what is going on. The Answer is clearly ten cents.
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>>8217368
I currently find myself in a state where I have nothing at all on my mind in relativity to your subject, so take my announcement of declared phenomena as a response, reaction, and rebuttal to your statement. Your thoughts have been acknowledged.
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x+y=110
x+100=y

The rest is trivial and left as exercise to the reader.

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Imagine how much we could learn about the human mind if we were allowed to take a few newborns and use them for experiments. I am not even talking about torture. Just things like:

>take a newborn
>put him inside a white room
>don't contact him ever again
>raise him like that

>take a newborn
>constraint his body
>but give him all kind of stimulus...
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>>8217082
What is supposed we are gonna learn from those experiments?
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What the do you expect to learn through that garbage?
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>>8217082
I'm pretty sure someone is already doing it in China or wherever.


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