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which one of you have tried suicide
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I thought I couldn't live without it. I was wrong

#yolo911nobuildings
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>>8182261
so how did you tried suicide
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>>8182259
A couple times.
I don't really remember much.

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When were you when China started becoming the leader in some fields of science.
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>>8182151
NEETing and clapping vigorously at every scientific endeavor.
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>>8182151
What the shit? Radius?
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>>8182361
read the news, name in filename.

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Do you guys ever make stupid, careless mistakes on tests? What are some retard tier mistakes you've made under pressure?

>get to end of problem
>sqrt(6x) - 4sqrt(6x) - 3sqrt(6x)
>subtract the 3rt(x) from 4rt(x) first cause it sounds easier

>problem involving rate of change of a ball falling between 3 sec and 5 sec
>find function, but calculate rate of change as [f(5) - f(3)] / (5 - 3)
>rest...
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>>8181988
I didn't write in my proof why one term could divide another and lost 15 points on my test.

If it wasn't for omitting that line, I would have had a 98
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>>8181993
Your teacher sounds like a Jew.
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One time while integrating using trig substitution in a test, I put that 3(3/3) was 1/3, the whole exercise was good except for the 1/3, luckily I only lost 5 points

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So I was wondering what you guys thought about this in a serious way.
Dentistry evolved separate from medicine in the US in the 19th century due to the high demand. Every body needed a dentist and everybody needed a physician.

Both physicians and dentists made up doctorate degrees to associate themselves with real doctors in academic institutions. Neither the MD or the DMD are real doctorates in the literal sense of the word. Doctor means to teach in latin. At the time the there were a lot of Quack physicians and dentists running around. The doctor title allowed...
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I'm wondering if we will see the collapse of Dentistry as a separate profession in our lifetimes. Dental schools are becoming more and more expensive to run, becoming more and more reduntant with medical schools as they realize that teeth are part of the body, and the need for dentists is declining in the developed world.

I predict that within our lifetimes we will see future dentists get an MD and then train in residency to do the dental surgeries that are currently taught in dental school.

This would be a cheaper alternative for patients and doctors. It...
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This is totally wrong. I'm not in dental school, starting medical school, but a lot of people in my family in dentistry.

Dental demand is expected to grow like 20% or something, which is good.

Dental schools are more expensive, but you can make more money as a general dentist than a family doctor. The hours are better, and less training.

Everyone needs a dentist now and they will for a long time. A lot of peoples teeth are shit, you have no idea.
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>>8181965
Well its expected to grow with the aging boomers. They all have silver fillings that need replaced. but after the boomers are gone? The population itself will drop AND most of these younger generations grew up with flourdiated water, which means their teeth are much more resistant to caries.

What comes after infinity??
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>>8181857
Infinity + 1 you donut
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Infinity just continues.
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Look into cardinality. It is known.

Im nearing the end of my bachelor in mathematics and am looking at some more applied fields for a masters as I do not want to end up in research. I have some questions regarding different fields.

Ive always had an interest in artificial intelligence, and I love topology. I once picked up on somebody saying some applied topology is used in ai, can anyone tell me more about this?

Another course I liked was in mathematical finance (stochastic calculus, Black-Scholes-Merton) but I fucking hate statistics. Could financial mathematics or financial engineering be contenders...
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>>8181374
How much statistics have you done? Time series analysis, regression analysis, and probability theory are all very intense mathematical fields that fall under the umbrella of "statistics". You get a lot of stuff in these fields like measure theory, functional analysis, linear algebra, numerical analysis, and analysis in general. Basic statistics sucks but I've grown an appreciation for statistics.

With that in mind, there're fields like machine learning and image processing, both of which...
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>>8181402
I'm doing a research project in image processing. As an additional example, the whitening transform is used to suppress periodic noise within an image in the frequency domain (Fourier domain). Creating the transform actually boils down to taking a symmetric matrix, diagonalizing it, and solving it so that the covariance of the matrix becomes independent (I don't remember the details as it wasn't useful to me at the time). When you implement the method in Matlab or whatever, it involves finding the eigenvalues...
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>>8181402
I know probability theory and statistics as seperate fields, probably because I havent gone deep enough into them. I know they are both derived from measure theory so it makes sense. Ive heard that functional analysis is basically an extension of linear algebra to infinte dimensional spaces, but past that I dont know much about it. It did sound interesting and I may take a course in it before I finish up, granted that I find the space in my curriculum. Most I know is basic statistics like hypothesis testing and linear...
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Aside from differential equations, calculus and transforms, what mathematical disciplines should a physicist be proficient in?
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>no linear algebra
>no functional analysis
>wants to do physics
wew
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>>8181333
all of them
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>>8181333
http://www.staff.science.uu.nl/~gadda001/goodtheorist/

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The only things I know are proper sleep and meditation so feel free to share whatever you think might be helpful.
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>>8180628
physical exercise
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>>8181017
yeah that too but its quite obvious already unless you know a specific type of workout/routine
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>>8181042
Then reading. And it still counts if your reading non traditional books *(manga, comics)/ things your interested in

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Do video games have any positive effect on our brains?

I mean, they basically involve quick reactions and decision making of the sort we wouldn't be doing otherwise.
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define positive effect
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>>8180097
Spatial reasoning.
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>>8180097
Depending on the game, they can improve our abilities of all kinds of different simple problem-solving exercises. But most of them don't do anything but keep me practicing quick mental arithmetic with estimations. And I wouldn't suggest any kind of universal effect, but if there's a particular skill you are shit at a game that involves it will help that.

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you must now consume 10 cm^3 of an element of your choice from period 6. which element do you pick and why?
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>>8179472
Gold. It wont kill me amd Ill have enough money afterwards.
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>>8179482
/thread, was also going to post this. OP shoulda picked period 7.
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>>8179482
you get approximately $8,324.75 from this according to
http://www.goldgrambars.com/calculator/gold_calc.php

and assuming elemental gold with none being lost

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How can I teach myself advanced mathematics?
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Start reading.
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>>8178917
/thread
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>>8178438
Learn how to do Barnett triple integrals

In a thread about important scientific issues that aren't being worked on, one of the first posters >>8175134 identified 'legit penis enlargement' as such a problem.

In this thread, we discuss how to solve his problem - and how to make a fortune in the process.

> source for pic http://www.bjuinternational.com/bjui-blog/normal-review-analyzes-data-flaccid-erect-penis-lengths-men/
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Suggestion: lab-grown penises created from the patient's own tissue (no anti-rejection meds needed) https://www.theguardian.com/science/2014/oct/05/laboratory-penises-test-on-men
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>>8175807
>lab-grown penises created from the patient's own tissue
Why would they be significantly different in size from the original penis?
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>>8175819
Because you grew it so you decided the lenght ?

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Preety pictures: OC edition

Freshly recrystallized benzoic acid
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>>8169699
While we're on the theme of recrystallization, here's some sulfur
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>>8169699
>>8169705
These are neat. How do you crystallise them? I would think for sulfur you'd just subject it to pressure but then you'd get more of a flat disk rather than those spikes you have?
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>>8169711
Well with the benzoic acid I used water and for the sulfur I used toluene (but xylenes would also work)

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A Brief Overview of Cosmology.

As requested, I have returned in order to dedicate a thread to this topic.

Now I'm assuming you know that the universe is expanding uniformly as informed by the Doppler effect, spectrometry allows us to discern the composition of massive bodies, both light and gravity dissipate at 1/R2, velocity is proportional to distance and the number of proportionality is H and the expansion rate is measured against standard candles, such as supernovae.

v = Hd

H = 100h km/sec/Mpc

If not, then now you do.

Ok,...
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>>8184499

As a quick reminder and introduction, let’s take a look at gravitational energy and the Earth:

If a coin is flung up into the air, how do we determine whether it will escape the atmosphere or return to Earth?

Et = ½ mv^2 - GMm/r

Total gravitational energy is equal to kinetic energy minus potential energy; positive energy minus negative energy.

Et >0 = escape

Et <0 = return

We can determine the escape velocity of the Earth using this equation, which is 11km/s....
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>>8184501

Now, let’s determine the gravitational energy of a galaxy of mass m at the edge of a region with radius R:


Et = ½ mv^2 - GMm/r


We can multiply both sides by a positive number without changing anything and divide by m, as m is also a positive number, so we’ll multiply by 2:


2/m Et = v^2 - 2GM/r


As the velocity of a galaxy at a given distance is proportional to the distance, and the constant of proportionality is H, then v^2 is equal to H^2 R^2.


Now,...
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>>8184503

The nature of the expansion of the universe is dependent on its curvature..

Therefore, if the total energy of the galaxy in question is positive then kappa is negative, which indicates that it will continue expanding infinitely.

If the total energy is negative then kappa is positive, which indicates that it will collapse.

However, if the final value is zero then it will continue expanding, slowing down but never quite stopping, so that at ∞ v = 0.

The same is true of the universe as...
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The majority of people seem incapable of engaging in (informal) logical reasoning, including notable scientists like physicist Michio Kaku.

In this interview he repeatedly refuses to address the questions of the host, which are presented in a neutral tone, and then uses rhetoric in an attempt to discredit her.

The comments are almost unanimously supportive of Kaku, indicating that the majority of viewers are unable to differentiate between logical reasoning and rhetoric.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sdGOrWmVMv8

Here’s a shortened and paraphrased transcription, with the host in greentext and a simplistic logical analysis:

>Do you think modern democratic states provide an illusion of control and agency, in place of actual democratic power?

Kaku: Name a better system than democracy! (missing the point)

>I’m not arguing against democracy, I’m arguing against the appearance of democracy.

Kaku: There’s no such thing as a perfect democracy… the Greeks had slaves for god’s sake! (reframing the question)

>That’s a very American argument. (It’s also an irrelevant argument)

Kaku: It’s THE argument!

>I don’t want to argue with you…

Kaku: That’s what democracy is about! (Rhetorical and logically fallacious arguments?)

>When George Bush took America to war, Congress wasn’t consulted; the democratic process was subverted…

Kaku: The fact that you can sit there and even say something like that is testament to how far we’ve come… (missing the point/completely irrelevant)

Kaku may be a proficient theoretical physicist, however he seems completely unable to engage in logical debate.
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>>8175971
it may be surprising to you that autistic people will panic in social situations
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You should exclude Kaku in any scientific context after he came out and said quantum physics proves God.
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>>8175971
You people fail to see his points. He is thinking 3 steps ahead of interviewer, and attacking the points that naturally follow if one would ask the questions he was asked. Its normal to do this if you are very smart and deep thinking person.

But they could argue over ''appearance'' of democracy I guess hahahahaha which serves no purpose.

That's the difference between being smart and trying to appear smart, than falling back on semantics when confronted.

Michio Kaku IS...
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what is the answer /sci/?
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>>8178915
1 kg. Are you retarded or something ?
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>>8178920
It's .5kg you brainlet.
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>>8178924
Explain your reasoning, at least

ITT: Engineers
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p-please let me suck your dick ..
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>>8182932
Engineers can do photosynthesis?
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>>8182932
Hey guys, I contribute to society on a daily basis and make bank doing it.

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What's the easiest way for a singular person to bring about the death of humanity?

Would dedicating your entire life towards digging a giant hole and then spending all of your life's savings and pay-dirt on gunpowder then DROPPING it in the hole into the earth's core do anything?
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>>8181889

not time sensitive, become a spy and start lies that cause a nuclear war

>gunpowder

even a nuclear bomb dropped directly on the earth's core wouldn't do anything, it was just be absorbed into the mantle.
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>>8181889
Absolutely not. Take this to the stupid questions thread.
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This is the single most idiotic question I have ever seen. Honestly how fucking stupid do you have to be to think dropping gunpowder into a hole would fucking bring the death of humanity...

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Ok, /sci/, who is the smartest man who ever lived ? Who is it ? And how did he contribute to this world ?
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define smart
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>>8179179
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jacob barnett

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Post your face when it turned out most neuroimaging research results from the past two decades belong in the trash.

http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2016/06/27/1602413113.full

>Functional MRI (fMRI) is 25 years old, yet surprisingly its most common statistical methods have not been validated using real data

>In theory, we should find 5% false positives (for a significance threshold of 5%), but instead we found that the most common software packages for fMRI analysis (SPM, FSL, AFNI) can result in false-positive rates of up to 70%

>a 15-year-old bug was found in 3dClustSim while testing the three software packages (the bug was fixed by the AFNI group as of May 2015, during preparation of this manuscript)

>It is not feasible to redo 40,000 fMRI studies, and lamentable archiving and data-sharing practices mean most could not be reanalyzed either
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>>8184578
fMRI is shit ? Wow, who knew !

Seriously, it was always considered shit, at least in serious biology fields. Bug or not, it's far from a serious and objective tool.
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>>8184582
>most widely used technique in its field

Who knew indeed.
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>>8184606
Neurofuckers couldn't admit that their super new toy that can see perfectly finethebrainactivityIswearguys is biaised and worthless.

Technocratic republic of /sci/ fucking when?
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>>8182308
>Day 0: /sci/topia is founded
>Day 1: Government is instantly split because all the high IQ faggots who were allowed to stand for office can't stop arguing over basic definitions
>Day 2: Civil war erupts between those that think that discussion of qualia should be outlawed as pseudoscience, and those that think "it's totes legit, dude".
>Day 3: 90% of the population are dead...
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>>8182316
>Day 4: The remaining 10% try to rebuild, and finally notice there are no woman in /sci/topia
>tfw I'm transgirl
>tfw that doesn't count since still can't bear children
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>>8182319
This isn't your blog, faggot.

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Is sentient AI possible?
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sure, why not?
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>>8180316
I hope so
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>>8180316
You wouldn't be able to distinguish it from non-sentient AI programmed to pretend that it is sentient.

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are we in a simulation?
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>>8170049
Don't beg the question B^)
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>>8170049
"Dubito, ergo cogito, ergo sum."
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>>8170049
Yes we do live in a simulation

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Dumb question, but what's the name of the sun?
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>>8179848
the sun
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>>8179848
Jeremy
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>>8179848
Sol

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WHY IS NOBODY TALKING ABOUT THIS
THIS IS HUGE.

THOUGHTS? FEARS? CHANCES?
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>>8182925
easier said than done
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>>8182925
You shouldn't be worried about CRISPR/CAS9. You should be worried about gene drive using CRISPR/CAS9

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gene_drive#CRISPR.2FCas9

>tfw humanity can now fuck up an entire species with minimal effort.

It's hilarious how frightening this is, I was reading a proposal to use the two to turn all mosquitoes male.
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>>8182938

The scary thing is that it really IS that easy. We might not be that far away from artificially genetically enhanced humans already

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How much science do think we'll get?

https://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/juno/main/index.html
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more "salt" deposits, that they then suddenly never talk about again
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I'm really hoping the camera spots something interesting in the clouds. I find the whole cloud planet thing very romantic.

It's a pity it's basically impossible to build some sort of probe that could go down and film in the atmosphere. Even Juno's camera can only be used for short periods before the radiation fucks it over.
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>>8177626
Ive always been sort of afraid of jupiter. Thats my contribution to the thread, carry on.

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Which important scientific problem is hardly anybody working on?
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>>8175114
Why OP is such a faggot
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>>8175114
Wormholes and zero point vacuum energy.
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>>8175114
legit penis enlargement. no respectable scientist/doctor will go near the problem, even though there is a shitload of money to be made.

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Suppose you have $1bn and you *have* to invest it in one scientific effort; what would you choose?

no meme answers pls
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>>8167972
>invest
Musk Enterprises

Not a fanboy but boy he'd make me rich.
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>>8167972
Either fusion energy or using zero-point energy to create exotic matter to stabilise an Einstein–Rosen bridge.
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>>8167972
What?

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How to made a homemade nuke?
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Your CPU actually contains enough uranium to cause a nuclear explosion. Microsoft includes a program called "system32" that prevents it from blowing up, so all you have to do is delete it.
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Wrap a battery covered with aluminium sheet to give it a current pumped with argon gas, and put it in a microwave. You won't believe what happens ;)
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>>8179309
go to >>diy

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why does gravity work the way it does? I mean, we know how it works, but... why?
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>>8177899
>/sci/ - Science & Math
metaphysics is not science, take it to >>>/lit/
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>>8177899
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36GT2zI8lVA
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>>8177900
>physics isn't science
/sci/ in a nutshell.


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