How does /sci/ feel about Climate Change/Global Warming?
Is it bullshit?
What kind of music does /sci/ like to listen to?
To add to that, what do you think gives music the ability to captivate and embrace humanity from all different cultures and birthplaces?
>To add to that, what do you think gives music the ability to captivate and embrace humanity from all different cultures and birthplaces?
what a dumb fucking question. you act like music is some abstract concept we discovered and are encapsulated by. we fucking make music that we think sounds good, and then other people like it. thats why we like music, because we make it to sound good. unless you're the kind of faggot that says he likes noise to be different and strange
You've got 10 minutes.. Go!
I'm on an ether binge and here to answer any college/organic chem related questions.
not OP but i'll tell you it's organic chemistry by clayden, greeves, warren, wothers
don't buy from there, find a used copy for like 20 dollars. I'm only a first year chem major, I've read half of it and now I'm pretty ready to destroy my second year.
When will science finally find a cure for low IQ?
I don't want to be a brainlet anymore.
>Once everyone is smart though society will collapse.
Favorite science and math paradoxes thread?
>Professor openly admits that his IQ is just 102
>can speak 5 languages
>holds a master's degree in Aerospace engineering
>says he ins't really that smart, but says he can remember a lot of material in a short period of time
So is this how I git gud /sci/? Is the key to academic/scholarly success not a high IQ, but a really good memory?
97% of scientists accept human made global warming.
Found by the National Academy of Sciences.
Read the paragraph where it explains the 3% that doubt human made global warming:
"As for the 3 percent of scientists who remain unconvinced, the study found their average expertise is far below that of their colleagues, as measured by publication and citation rates."
Pic related: the guy on the left is statistically...
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>study done by pnas
>Only climatologists surveyed, no physicists or external third party simulation experts.
Yes, the guys pushing politicism into science in the first place surveying the cult who gets the most funding out of it certainly won't be baised at all!
has anyone else become as dismayed as I at the growing levels of Climate change denial in the general public?
It's almost become as bad as arguing with a holocaust denier, their method of argument is very similar
>We cant trust all this scientific data because the scientists are corrupt lol and its naive to think they are telling the truth but its not to believe in this global conspiracy and i believe every word that the skeptics say even if they are funded by mining corporations lol new world order alex jones hurrdurr
Would you PLEASE knock it off with the CC threads.
Everyone knows you are rusing and that you're playing both sides.
The only people responding to your threads are the same crossboarding troll scum you are and they're just trying to ruse you right back.
>>It's almost become as bad as arguing with a holocaust denier
Yet people are free to deny the 6 million confirmed figure for polish deaths without rebuke...
Am I beeing unscientific if I am sceptic of climate change?
So far, the models of climate scientists have been wrong several times, why should I trust them?
Not being skeptic to some extent or another about everything is unscientific, of course there's a difference between blind critique of something you do not fully understand and real skepticism which is only possible once you fully understand an argument/theory.
Don't let the current tend of scientism cultists convince you otherwise, they are mostly layman anyway. Diax's rake comes to mind; most universities and editorials today are in desperate need of it.
Can anyone explain to me if the Earth is spinning with constant speed, howcome 1: the flight times of jets flying from east to west, and from west to east are almost equal; 2:if you jump and stay one second in the air, you are not immidiatly killed by an approaching building, spinning with earth's speed?
But yes i want to learn the scientific side of the matter.
is he right /sci/? is the STEM job shortage a myth? Am i really fucked if I get a stem degree?
Yes he's right. The job STEM grads are getting since the start of the "shortage" are in banking, IT, Coding, and Insurance. Jobs you only need a BS/A and experience. Cops make more than Engineers in major cities. In San Francisco, Cops make on average 95,000 with an extra 20,000 in compensation/benefits. STEM shortage was a myth pushed by Mark Zuckerberg and Silicon Valley elites to get more HB-1 slaves.. I mean workers. These workers are watering down wages for engineers. Ask any engineer today if they...
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things you wish you knew before starting university
Even though those easy calc. and other intro exercises sewm pointless right now it is far more efficient to focus on grinding and practising the baby stuff when you're taking those courses instead of worrying about research assistantships and senior coursework.
Reminder that controls engineering is best engineering.
As someone who works in medical research, I have found it very surprising to see just how important race and ethnicity are in determining how effective certain medications are in people. In general, common medications like anti coagulants, ACE inhibitors, etc just don't work well in blacks compared to whites or vice versa. I find it fascinating that something as basic as physiological receptors can vary so much between the various races. Are racial differences in biology just an uncomfortable truth that is hidden from those who don't need to know? explain to me how we can be the same genetically (same by having same allele frequency between races and not having any unique alleles found in only one race) when there are all sorts of anatomical, disease states, and medication response differences that can be predicted solely by the group of aesthetic features commonly referred to as "race"?
example review article from american heart association:
>I have an exception to the rule, therefore you're racist
Come on now
I guess we should really stop our cheese consumption.