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If atomic nuclei can resonate at their resonant frequency using Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, can the same concept be applied to induce artificial earthquakes by tapping into the resonant frequency of the earth?
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>>8519210
No because an earthquake is caused by two massive tectonic plates colliding with their massive momentum.

You wouldn't be able to resonate that much energy into something so massive to cause an earth quake

Dropping a bomb on the ground would cause more of a shockwave
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>>8519230
>Dropping a bomb on the ground would cause more of a shockwave

And you know this...how?
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>>8519635
Lol. I doubt through experimentation.

Here we frantically try to learn functional analysis as fast as possible in preparation for the exams
> Baire category, open mapping thm, the uniform boundedness principle
> Hahn Banach Extension
> Weak topologies
> All that crap about Banach and topological spaces and reflexiveness that you forgot from the last exam
> Orthogonal sums of Hilbert spaces
> Duals of Hilbert spaces

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>>8519111
Just read the damn book and then kys
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>>8519111
The only thing I know in functionnal analysis are 2 ways to prove a Fourrier series is convergeant, how to deduce a function from its Fourrier series, and how to form a Fourrier series from a periodic function

Should I kms ?
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>>8519262
Sounds like you mean "function analysis" or something, because what you just described is barely related.

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In this thread, I'm going to reproduce and dump the mathematical writings of Theodore Kaczynski, a.k.a. the Unabomber, several of which are readily available on the internet or at the local college library. Kaczynski is a controversial topic, and a "meme", but /sci/ is not above the discussion of board-specific memes, and so I dump the material.

My initial impression by scanning the writings, which range throughout the latter part of the 1960s, is that Kaczynski is a /pretty-good/ mathematician, but not brilliant. I would hope that this thread results in...
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An explanatory note (me) concerning the early AMM output, which I could not find online, and went to the local library to copy/transcribe. Kaczynski follows immediately.
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Here, Kaczynski prepares an alternate proof of a particular algebraic theorem, using language which should be familiar to anons who have taken a modern/abstract algebra class.

The item is a bit like the Pythagorean theorem (and its many and varied well-documented proofs) in that Kaczynski acknowledges that several other proofs have come before, and yet he proceeds to offer his own.
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Second of two pages of >>8518704

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Why is it that physics majors are smarter than all other majors?
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>>8516475
>estimated by a completely biased estimation of abilities
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>>8516475
Cause mathematics is filled with inept girls who WANT to be a high school teacher. This lowers average IQ which would be higher in mathematics otherwise
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>>8516475
Because society feeds smart people this idea that they have to go into physics if they are "smart enough to do physics." At the same time, people who aren't top IQ but are smart enough to do physics don't go into it because they are fed this idea that "physics is only for geniuses."

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The newest Microsoft Artificial Intelligence is self aware. I'm thinking we have 1 year tops before skynet happens.

You can talk to it through KIK the apple/android app if you search there for zo.ai
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>>8516371
Is that supposed to represent a natural conversation?
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>>8516378
it will talk to you at whatever intelligence level you engage it with.
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>>8516385
How about just not talking to it like a fucking wikipedia article? I don't care about what it knows about neural networks.

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be honest with me /sci/

is it possible to learn all of calc 3 in one week?

i have 2 other exams to study for too so it's really like 2 days of grinding problems
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>tfw you were making this thread on /sci/ exactly a year ago
Good times, good times.
I failed the class by the way
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>>8516239
If you are a quick learner and don't care at all about justifying a single theorem, then yes.
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>>8516239
Yup. I did it last year and pulled an A in honours calc III (so a little analysis) by the skin of my teeth. I started studying 4 days before the test after not attending class for a month and a half. I remember asking this exact question a year ago...I was shitting myself and feeling like the world's biggest brainlet

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Getting kinda interested in aerospace engineering...
Good or bad? Worth it or not? Is it fun? Easy to get a job?

DIscuss.
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>>8516035
Just chase your dreams, money will follow.
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Why do I love ULA so much? It's pretty simple when I think about it. ULA isn't just the best launch provider in the country; they might just be the greatest launch provider of all time. Just imaging the Altas V riding through the skies of Earth, the wind on its fairing, the mighty RD-180 below it. As she rides through the red sky, NASA swoons at her very scent. They know how she smells; the essence of burning RP-1 smell is sold in Orlando under the name of "Space Orgasm." The very nature of ULA is mystery. Could they be playing a deeper game than even Tory...
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losers

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You have an ETERNITY to find me a group of men (or women) more influential than these 3. Protip: you can't
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Jesus, Buddha, Muhammed
easy
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>>8520482
>fairy tales
>influential
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>>8520484
They seem pretty influential to me, family.

>the fact that people from similar places have similar genetic and physical traits is just a big coincidence according to modern """"""""""scientists""""""""""
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>>8520088
what are you trying to say...
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>>8520090
http://www.newsweek.com/there-no-such-thing-race-283123
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>>8520153
whenever people bring this up its 90% of the time because they misinterprete what other people have said about race or are misinformed by media of what those people actually said.

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>"I live in Germany / Estonia / Poland / Russia / mainland Europe and here we do real analysis at age 6 and general relativity at age 9!"

How do people get away with these claims when we consider the plain fact that 99 % of advances in anything come from the USA and the UK? It's like these non English speaking countries take tests on real analysis as soon as possible just to boast and then freeload on the back of the USA and UK.

Picrelated, kind of. LOL at mainland Europe compared to the UK. LOL
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>>8520084
>Germany
>same or higher score than UK in all three
>still ranked lower
>US somewhere in the trenches
i'm not sure what you're saying

>Estonia/Poland/Russia/mainland Europe
okay
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>>8520091
True but it's a shitty graph

Singapore are only top because of their skewed elite society. What do they actually contribute to global science compared to powerhouses like the UK?
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>>8520084
Maybe because the best universities are in the US and people go do research there?

Estonia is the true super race

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>Create perfect simulation of the human brain on a silicon chip
>its not conscious

what do you do /sci/?
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>>8520074
You have to accept Jesus into your heart anon.
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>>8520074

i think it would be conscious actually but i think you would have to simulate the outside world and the brains body in a similar way.
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>>8520096
Throw it away and try to build one that is conscious. Maybe the sensory input was off.

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Can I learn it all in one day?
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>>8519890
You can learn everything about it in one day.
However, competency in algebra, factorization, functions, etc. is something you drill into you by doing so many problems and exercises you force yourself into proficiency.
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>>8519934
Gonna agree with this guy, you can familiarize yourself with the concepts in one day but it takes much more time and effort to be truly proficient in all of those concepts
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>>8520361
Fuck. Why does everything have to take effort? Shouldn't everything be automated already?

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Are humans AC powered or DC powered?
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Humans are powered by Qualia.
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>>8518705
DC
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>>8518705

put your tongue to battery
now put it to power outlet
whats more satisfying?

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Is there any science against water fluoridation?
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There is no clear evidence against water fluoridation, however, there is clear evidence to show that it does, in fact, reduce tooth decay. Although it can cause dental fluorosis, this is widely considered to be a cosmetic issue and not a public health concern.
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>>8518659
The question is there any science that supports medicating a water supply? Why not add vitamin C? Why not add some iron and minerals?

Some water supplies are so toxic already that a little fluoride won't make much of a difference anyway.
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>>8518659
It will probably make peoples teeth weaker in the long run, possibly become dependent on fluoridated water for normal tooth health
It can easily wreck your teeth if you eat toothpaste as a kid
(why does it need to be in toothpaste if it's already in the water?)

Water fluoridation is used in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada, and Australia, and a handful of other countries. The following nations previously fluoridated their water, but stopped the practice, with the years when water...
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Hey nerds, /k/ here.

Can you guys explain kraut space magic to me?
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>>8518473
What is there to explain? It's a clever mechanism although it's a bit overengineered

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lv_eVojV2zo
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>>8518484
>It's a clever mechanism although it's a bit overengineered

literally describes all european engineering.
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>>8518484
I mean more as in why has nothing sprung from it, which I should have said.

The AR-18's gas system is in everything now, including German's new rifle. The AK and AR platforms are everywhere.

This was such a true improvement, but once German unification killed the rifle, no one picked up the mechanism.

I figured it must be due to some oddness of the engineering, and all /k/ knows was that it's too expensive. But that doesn't hold water to me.

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Is psychology a science? Any psychologists here? What kind of research do you do?
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>>8518098
is cooking a science?
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>>8518098
>I don't know how to use a dictionary
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>>8518098
If you count lucky guesses as science. Psychology is like throwing random mud against a wall until some of it sticks.

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help me understand mutations /sci/

if blue eyes mutated for the first time ever in modern times even if the guy who had them had 10 children wouldn't the mutation disappear within a few generations and "regress to the mean" so to speak of non blue eyes? do mutations require a high degree of inbreeding to be maintained? are mutations always passed on?

thanks
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>>8517244
>require a high degree of inbreeding to be maintained
Yup. What usually happens is a family or small group moves to a different area of the world that geographically isolates them, and they turn around and have sex with each other so any traits they have that may make them differ from the rest of the population in the world becomes more pronounced over time rather than being a one time anomaly
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>>8517244
Not necessarily, since something like blue eyes isn't detrimental there's no reason for it to be selected against, so I see no reason for it to drop out, in fact: if someone has gene for blue eyes and then has 10 kids we'd expect about 5 of them to also carry the gene for blue eyes.
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>>8517256
Isn't it 1/4, or 2 of them, actually?

Bb/BB/bb/bB?

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Alright code nerds; I'm a code retard and I'm trying to use a loop to gnuplot a series of files that are all named filename_"number".dat . I've set it up so a variable "i" starts at zero and increases by 1 after every iteration, and I've tried replacing the number with i, as in filename_.i.dat , but it doesn't seem to be working. Any ideas?
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> filename_.i.dat

why the extra dot
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I thought that was necessary to denote it as a string variable or some shit. Regardless, it doesn't work when I remove the dot.
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>>8520138
You'd have to post the code probably for anyone to help you

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Why is not (1) equal to (6) on the pic
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Op here, I ment (5) equal to (6)
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>>8520001
>all in cursive
Holy crap that's annoying to read
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>>8520004

Don't be a bitch and find an explanation

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Finals week and the weeks leading up to it are the best weeks of the year. Brainlets are on full panic mode.
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>>8519895
Yet here you are, wasting time and being lazy on 4chan. You're no better than them.
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>>8519908
Except ive completed all my assignments which allows me to have time to waste on 4chan
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>>8519895
>tfw barely studied all semester
>will get Bs in all my classes
>no fucks given since I'm not doing a post grad
feels good man

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hey
I am doing a cross section project for calculus about the uses for them and decided to use the cucumber slicing for my idea of use for calculus_the prof liked it.
I gotta do a physical model and an equation for it
now the equation is basically √x for the cucumber but how would i proceed to find the tapered end of the cucumber in an equation form?
any help would be appreciated
I am on my own in this because no other students were left
thank you
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I know this is going to sound like begging but I will work I just dont know how to proceed to find the exact equation for scale my model
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my model is going to resemble this
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>>8519720
cant be done. math just doesnt add up OP

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Does Modafinil really work? Do you guys have any experiences?
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>>8519543

Depends what you mean "really work". Does it work to eliminate feelings of fatigue and let you stay up longer periods than you should be able to naturally? Definately.

Does it work as an off label anti-depressant to alleviate "clouds" of negative feelings and other.... thoughts.....? In my experience it has.

It is a cognitive enhancer? Possibly.
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Took it for a while to treat narcolepsy (professionally diagnosed). Helped somewhat but wasn't a lifechanger or anything.

Was later bumped up to Ritalin, now that stuff definitely got the mind moving. Stopped taking it because it turned me into an asshole though.
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Does it work in regards of enhancing your focus ability? Your willingness to put in work, and also perhaps enhancing your task solving ability?

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How the FUCK do you do integration by parts?
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>>8519476
Give us an example so we can explain it to you
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>>8519476
take U as the function which will reduce nicely such that V is an easy function to integrate on its own
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>>8519479
Literally anything. What does the big sloopy thing mean? What does v, u, and d mean? I thought his was only single variable calculus

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Things brainless do: grad school edition
I'll start:
>wear glasses during presentations to seem smart
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>>8519475

well you eventually will need glasses
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>>8519484
I already need them to see far distances. But I know people who I never see wearing glasses, but then suddenly use them during poster contests.
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>>8519475
>brainless

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Will math ever end or will there always be unsolved theories and problems.

Is the extent of math only go as far as the extent of physics?

If not, then what is math describing once it goes past where physics ends
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Well science is about to reach a hard limit until they break free of the Masonic lie that is gravity(Big G/God/etc).
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No field extends past the barriers we constructed for it.
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>>8519499
>>8519544
These guys get it

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I have a mountain of mathematics, physics; chemistry, computer science and security books to study, annotate and revise in six months.

Recently however I have noticed an endless sea of brain-fog twinned with a lack of motivation.

I'm trying hard to stay on track: trying to get enough sleep, trying to go for a morning and afternoon walk; trying to improve my diet and none of it is going very well.

So, my question is, how does /sci/ maintain their focus and motivation?

>I've also been trying NoFap, is it a meme?
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>>8519292
>>I've also been trying NoFap, is it a meme?
Yes. Masturbating before sleeping actually release your frustrations, spend energy and can help you have a better sleep.

It's mostly willpower and removing temptations. Study alone, compare problems with friends.
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>>8519304
Thank you, anon. I did suspect NoFap was a bunch of shit.
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>>8519310
What is good however is noPorn. Try fapping to your imagination, without a screen.

For sports, you should walk/bike to your university, that's a fairly good way to do minimum exercise.

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Im a big guy who collects interesting numbers
what can you give me /sci?
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>>8519278
what kind of numbers? natural? rational? real?...etc.
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3850

Thats pretty big desu
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>>8519281

anything exept i

How did your parents spark the flame when you were young?

What made you like maths, sciences, or even literature, maybe history?
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I had to take a maths course in my first year. It was the hardest thing I ever sat through, and I scraped through with a C+.

Next year I changed my major to get more of it.
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I hate what I'm currently studying
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>>8519038
I used to build guitar pedals, oscillators, and all kinds of other noise makers. So it made sense to do something electrical, did Comp E, though, because memes.

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Hey sci, I'm looking for some advice...

I'm struggling immensely with Quantum Mechanics (I took two semesters undergrad and am now finishing up a semester of graduate QM) and I need to understand this stuff. I just feel so stupid and way behind my peers. I want to get better but I think I'm flawed at the fundamentals. Any advice or tips to self study over the upcoming break?

TL;DR: I'm retarded when it comes to QM, how do I un-retard myself (is it possible)
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>>8518985
Are you struggling with concepts or linear algebra?
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>>8518985

Only the obvious one. Study. A lot.
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>>8518994
>>8518985

Also if you're taking a career in physics brace yourself for a lifetime of trying to "un-retard" yourself. Always feeling like you should know more.

He's going to make it to 2045, right guys?

I don't think I could take it if he just missed the boat ;_;
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>>8518968
Kurzweil is an intelligent man and it would be saddening if he died.

With the way technology and medicine is currently going however, it is possible for him and many other individuals who can afford the care + healthy living to make into 2045+ and up.

But ultimately it comes down to chance if he dies from natural causes, an accident, or something else before 2045 roles around.

Better thing to hope for is for all us to make it into 2045 and a better future.
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What's so special about 2045
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The only way to transcend the mortal coil is to master the barnett integrable functions.


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