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ITT: We discuss the application of neurobiology in improving martial arts offensive and defensive capabilities.

My first topic is: Could you cause cardiac arrest by stimulating the vagus nerve, sending them into vasovagal syncope, whilst rapidly striking the cardiac muscle itself?
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>>8174061
>Could you cause cardiac arrest by stimulating the vagus nerve
Yes, and it's nothing new. Some judō choking techniques do just that.
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>>8174061

You can cause a heart attack by just punching someone in the chest at the right time.
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>>8174074
Seems a bit like overkill, considering they're already probably entering syncope, which normally results in unconsciousness. Do you agree?

Can magnets bend light rays?
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>>8173941
No. While they are electromagnetic phenomena, light waves themselves have neither electrical charge nor a magnetic moment.

In other words, light rays pass through (static) electromagnetic fields just fine without interference.
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>>8173941
They can however rotate the polarisation axis of say linearly polarized EM waves.
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>>8174010
Faraday rotation.

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Am I the only one who gets mad as fuck when observing this world?

There are jews that make at least $100k a month from stupid HTML websites by charging $10k to people.

There are mathematicians/engineers/physicians that work hard to make world the better place and discover new stuff, they dont care about stupid yachts or big houses

There are idiots that make billions of dollars from simple shit like selling food, making minecraft (LOL)

So my question /sci/ is : Is money high score of dumb people?
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>>8173909
> Is money high score of smart people?
Its nobody's fault that you grew up not knowing basing money working.
It should be rudimentary subject in primary and high school instead we are teaching kids how many sheep Australia has.
I am only realizing this at age of 25 and I deeply regret not giving interest in economy at a younger age.
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>>8173953
>basic*
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>>8173953
So basically, if we let go of our desire to know more, we will get rich because there will be other idiots willing to spend hours learning something new just so that we can collect all the cash while he still gets paid his regular monthly salary?

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What kind of bodily reaction makes sneezing feel so strongly euphoric? Is it strictly a local reaction in the nasal area or does it also involve the release of certain neurotransmitters in the brain?
To me sneezing is so rewarding that I often manually induce it by stimulating the nostrils with a piece of toilet paper with the corner rolled up into a thin spike. What makes it so rewarding that I would want to continue sneezing repeatedly as long as I can?
Also, does it provide health benefits to sneeze manually every day? It releases tons of snot so this can be only positive, right?
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Please answer.
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Surely this has been studied extensively?
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Tension/ release. It fulfills an urge. Holding your piss all day and taking a massive piss doesn't feel good, it feels good relative to the intense urge of having to piss.

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Why do we find furry things cute?
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>>8173840
I don't, some are, some are not.
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Because they have features similiar to babies.
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>>8173840
Social constructs.

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Who is the guy on the cover?
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>>8173816
Some nerd.
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gaub
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>>8173854
Gauss, thanks.

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Why there is no flow of electrons if i connect the positive terminal of a battery to the ground/PE (protective earth) of the mains?
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>>8173794

you have an open circuit

earth ground is just a zero reference (and return path) for AC power distribution systems.
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>>8173803
Would'n there be enough free electrons in the ground/earth that a few of them would move to the positive terminal of the battery where is an abcence of electrons?
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Maybe they do.

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Who's vaccine program has helped the most citizens.
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>>8173715

Polio.

Nearly erradicated until the vaccine scare in Nigeria.
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>>8173757
Pakistan is a bitch about it too.
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>>8173715
The one that triggered millions of kids to develop something known as autism.

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What is a precise definition of entropy?
What is a precise definition of information?
Why does entropy increase with time?
Why cant we remember the future?
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>>8173706
well?
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why does Google exist ?
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>>8173706

>What is a precise definition of entropy?

It's a measure of disorder. The higher the entropy, the more disorder in your system. Suppose you have an ideal crystal that can be displayed with three base vectors and one translation vector. You could scale up the crystal as much as you want in an ideal crystal, all points or "nodes" have always the same distance to each other. Here entropy is zero. Now go into the real world, where the positions of those nodes vary:...
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explain to me what the fuck this is, /sci/
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Pretty sure it's a Riemann sphere
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>>8173703
this
[th is]
pronoun, plural these [th eez] (Show IPA)
1. (used to indicate a person, thing, idea, state, event, time, remark, etc., as present, near, just mentioned or pointed out, supposed to be understood, or by way of emphasis):
"This is my coat."
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>>8173735

while this is pretty much /thread, does anyone else wonder what
's gonna happen if we crawl through definition of the english word? Like how long does it take before you end up in a loop or what word will reach the most word the quickest.

Hey, sci, I need a lil help. I want to study software engineering and code. That requires mathematical understanding. However, I am total trash at math. I understand logic and everything, but all the numbers and symbols are a bit daunting to me. How do I enjoy maths?
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What do you mean "logic and everything"? Have you taken a course in discrete mathematics yet?
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>>8173456
Read Lang's Basic Mathematics
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>>8173466
Will do

>>8173464
No. And rather I meant that the logic behind the math doesn't bother me as much as how complicated it looks, amd I frequently give up on projects

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MATLAB for Ubuntu. Don't judge, just link your best torrent.
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>>8173441
http://www.mathworks.com/products/matlab/
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>>8173441
https://kat.cr/mathworks-matlab-r2016a-linux-x64-t12451480.html
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>>8173441

Maybe try Octave if you're using ubuntu.

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i have a legitimate question

statistically how many people in the entire world do you think would legitimately kill another man to have pic related breakfast?

if no one can answer someone send me to a board that can, ive been thinking about this shit all day
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Why a man? That's misandrist.
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>>8173135
A very small number, mostly poor, considering how boring said breakfast appears to be. I'm not saying it's bad, but it's not hard to make or find cheap.
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>>8173135
>>>/trash/

How do you guys motivate yourselves to study for stupid/boring classes?

I'm a Math major and my concentration requires me take this 1000 level Elementary Stats class (non Calculus based), but its so fucking boring I have a hard time studying for it.

It's definitely not difficult at all. I just have a hard time studying for this type of shit.

I'm going into Applied Math and I want an internship but I don't want to fuck my GPA with a C.

I know it's a mindset, but any tips are appreciated.
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suck it up
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suck it up

although, non calculus based? what the FUCK is that? even calculus based is babby shit, measure theory based is where it's at
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>>8173120
Histograms, Standard Deviation, Z-Values, Probability, etc.

It's pretty fucking boring to be honest.

I was curious as to what study methods you all use for classes you don't care about and what you all use for your source of motivation?

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How small can you make a nuclear reactor?

Could you make one that would fit into a standard train locomotive?
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>>8173005
Forty millimeters.
Yes.
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>>8173008
That sounds like it might be a nuclear battery, not a reactor...
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>>8173012
Since you seem to have a size in mind and 40mm is as small as we can get. Go up from that until you hit your smallest size possible that you still consider a reactor.

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Well here's something to think about.

Its no secret the majority of users on /sci/ believe they are exceptionally smart, much more so than the average person. To be clear, I am not questioning this statement, I am using this supposedly correct assumption for the following statements.

With people here being greatly intellectual, and able to pick up new subjects with ease on their own, why would anyone limit themselves to working for someone?

Surely with this this drive for learning and accrued knowledge, a person can choose to create something great...
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>>8172944
Because I can do what I want without dealing with all the bullshit of running my own business.
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working under someone is less responsibility, less risk
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>>8172956
This, but I'd like to add that owning a business takes too much time and can limit the learning capacity of a person.

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Would it be incorrect to say that spacetime behaves relationally but exists absolutely?
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We can perform a Lorenz transformation which means it is rational.

We can spin relative to space itself without any other need for a reference frame which means it exists absolutely.
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>>8172984
>We can spin relative to space itself without any other need for a reference frame which means it exists absolutely.

I've come to understand that this is still out there.

"In physics, the concept of absolute rotation--is a topic of debate..." -https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Absolute_rotation

"Alternatively, these experiments provide an operational definition of what is meant by "absolute rotation", and do not pretend to address the question...
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>>8173211

General relativity gives strong evidence that space must exist absolutely. Gravitational waves demonstrate that space can behave like a medium. There's also the idea of curving space. If space can curve then it must exist absolutely in order to have shape.

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Is Liz Parrish based? Will she be the saviour of the human race?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NUp_JZCalbU
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>>8172885
She is worse than hot wheels and science nigger combined.
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>>8173077

Explain
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>>8173077

Why?

/sci/ if one were breathing straight nitrogen how many breaths would it take to pass out?

how much nitrogen would be lethal? Would the body regain consciousness?
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its the exact same as dying from oxygen deprivation, so a couple minutes to pass out and then you'd die unconscious.

nitrogen doesn't harm you like its toxic, stupid question desu familia
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desu
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why does " t b h " get changed to desu wtf

Do we need more people?

What are the arguments against enforcing birth control in countries with high population grow?
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>>8172184

>What are the arguments against enforcing birth control in countries with high population grow?

muh racism
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>>8172184

Short answer is freedom. Telling someone they can't procreate is taking away a basic human right.

> in countries with high population grow
In countries with high populations or growth. In a country sparsely populated, a 3-4 child per couple per generation growth rate is probably sustainable.
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>>8172184
no, it should be enforced in countries with low population growth.

1 person from the united states consumes 32 times more resources than an ethiopian person. If anything, "overpopulation" comes from first world countries, not third world countries.

If you think we need less people on earth, start by an heroing, because you're the problem, not some random nigger in india or africa.

why is it that we always cycle against headwind,
just selective perception or something else ?
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>>8172137
Yes, or you just mistook wind from air friction.
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>>8172137
wind direction is influenced by spinning wheels.
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>>8172137

Basically you have to know that there is no wind per se. What you feel is probably friction as >>8172151
says. Wind is the thermodynamic process of two systems with different temperatures trying to get into equilibrium. When you move at high speeds, what you feel is not wind. Therefore, you will always get "something" blowing in your face.

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Engineering undergrad here. I'm just wondering if anybody here knows if I can work in conservation or environmental projects as a civil engineer. I'm asking because I've been reading a lot about my homestate's wildlife, mostly about the Florida panther, manatees, and Burmese pythons, and how the Everglades are dying and it makes me want to do something to try to solve these problems. I don't want to become a field biologist because I think that's very limiting but I do want to be able to work on something related to the environment. Is this possible...
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>>8172116
>herp derp solve my problem even though I am supposed to be smart enough to solve it myself
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>>8172116
At my school we got an Environmental Engineering program. Essentially they work on quantifying the resources in an area, how to effectively harvest them and how to prevent said harvesting from having a negative effect on the capability of the ecosystem to sustain itself. They also do a lot of work on trying to make sustainable energy and water sources.
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>>8172121
Yep, same here, we have specializing programs for nearly every field of engineering.

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What's the expectation abd variable of the stochstic process giveb by

[math] dX_t = (X_t \, (1-X_t))^r \, dW_t [/math]

?

I'm mostly interested in r equals 1/2 or 1.
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I could add that it came up in modeling a distribution that can't take values outside of [0,1]. For r=1/2 it's a variation of the stochastic term in the "CIR model" and respecta the bounds I want
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bump
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senpaitachi

Brainlet here, how do I solve this? It kinda looks like Euler's identity
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>>8171839
>implying there is something to solve
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>>8171839
It's divergent
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>>8171848
We talked about euler's identuty in class and our professor gave us that infinite expression to solve.

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It's just salt you guys. It also points to there being hydrothermal activity.

>The brightest area on Ceres, located in the mysterious Occator Crater, has the highest concentration of carbonate minerals ever seen outside Earth,
...
>This material appears to have come from inside Ceres, because an impacting asteroid could not have delivered it. The upwelling of this material suggests that temperatures inside Ceres are warmer than previously believed. Impact of an asteroid on Ceres may have helped bring this...
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yeah, old news...
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>>8171786
>t. NASA
Wake up sheeple!
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>>8171786
>It's just salt you guys
yes
what else?
only meming retards said it was aliens

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I just need some help, I want to know what each of the skeletal chemical structures of the 4 basic elements of life look like. (oxygen, carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen) I'm designing a tattoo for myself and would like to include those. I don't know if there is a certain structure to them or if they can be made in different ways, but any help would be greatly appreciated. Here's a picture of what I'm talking about. Thanks in advance.
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>>8171577
first thing is to google that shit

second, molview.org
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>>8171579
Tried google, couldn't tell if what I was finding was actually right. I'm getting these tattooed on me for life. Not gunna solely trust google, thanks.
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>>8171579
Also, I have no idea how to use molview

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I have a hypothetical physics problem for you /Sci/. Been mulling it over for reasons and want to confirm or debunk my conclusion.

Assume a stable Ringworld with a radius of 1 AU situated around a star, rotating at a speed sufficient to create 1g of acceleration on its inner surface. Now, assume that the Ringworld is instantly and cleanly severed at one point along its circumference.

What is the outcome? What would you see and feel if you were standing on its surface? Could civilization survive for dozens of years on the far side of the ring while the effect travels along the vast circumference of the structure?
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>>8171511
>> assume a stable ringworld
THE RINGWORLD IS UNSTABLE!
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That's a bad science fiction author, try Greg Egan.
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>>8171511
>What is the outcome?
The Ring would probably tear itself to pieces.

>What would you see and feel if you were standing on its surface?
Probably be able to see the breakage from much of the ring. There would probably be hurricane force winds towards the part that ruptured.

> Could civilization survive for dozens of years on the far side of the ring while the effect travels along the vast circumference of the structure?
Not...
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Everytime I talk to people I always end up giving my opinion on something and calificate subtly theirs as inferior. I end up explaining (if I can) how my POV works. Even though they started talking to me about their problems and lives.
It seems to be a problem.

How do I improve my personality scientifically?
Do you guys have a method?
Implying psychology is a science, of course.
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>>8171341
Drink milk to remove your status effects.
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>>8171343
Is there a psychological concept of my problem?
So I can start to look from that point.
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>>8171341
>Implying psychology is a science, of course.
Implying Meyers-Briggs personality theory isn't the equal of Abel's proof that there exist no general algebraic solutions to polynomials of degree 5 or higher.

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Redpill me on archaeocetes.
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>>8170930
>Redpill me
GTFO
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>>8170930
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>>8170930
>redpill
You don't deserve shit.

So im trying to run a jar file on a new raspberry pi (with little experience) and i entered the following:

pi@raspberrypi:~ $ java -jar /home/pi/Documents/Java Projects/test.jar

Error: Unable to access jarfile /home/pi/Documents/Java

Its obvious the problem is the space in the folder's name. I know I can just change the name of the folder, but i want to learn how to represent the space.

Also general raspberry pi thread...
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>>8170520
Programming != computer science you massive faggot

The board you are looking for is >>>/g/
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now do you understand why you dont put spaces in filenames????

ok, now:

java -jar /home/pi/Documents/Java Projects/test.jar

and now:

>>>/g/55298588
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>>8170529
oops:

java -jar "/home/pi/Documents/Java Projects/test.jar"


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