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Are they still being used in textbooks today, or is that just a myth?
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It's real.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YmLWnQGZhQ&bpctr=1467014386
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>>8166642
The fuck did i just see
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no, the pictures were greatly exaggerated. The concept is right though

>>8166642
I'm surprised these shitty links aren't banned yet

>>>/x/

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Biology question -
If traits are selected by being passed down from successful breeding individuals
And attractive people get more tail
Why are people still ugly to this day?
Will we ever become more generally attractive?
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>>8166588
maybe attractive people were/are also dumber or less fertile.
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>>8166588
Well, we are generally speaking better looking on average than even 100 years ago. But genetic traits only have percentage chance of being passed. Also, ugly people tend to be happier, more emotionally stable couples longterm (more likely to generate several offspring)
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>>8166592
Also what you think of today as ugly was considered very attractive less than 200 years ago (especially excessive fat)

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Help. I am a 23 year old male and for almost as long as I can remember I have suffered from "lucid" dreams. I have no experience in the science surrounding dreams so I don't know if what I am experiencing are dreams or REALLY high detail hallucinations. As i have gotten older, the frequency, detail, and severity of these "dreams" have dramatically increased. I don't know where to turn for help. I feel like i am going completely insane. I live in a place where i can't even find affordable, quality mental healthcare for the shit in my head that...
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These "dreams" include scenarios and experiences I have never had, involving people I have never met and places I have never seen.
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Bump for curiosity
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>>8166508
why are they distressing you so much? most people have dreams and even lucid dreams.

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Sci,

Can you tell me about the human immune system and autoimmune diseases.

Specifically how TH1, TH2 and TH17 cells work, how they are created and regulated and what epigenetic triggers cause these different cells/systems to be produced.

Also will taking diindolylmethane fix my autoimmune issues, like massive food intolerances I've developed over the past 10 years?

Thanks

:^)
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Why does /sci/ hate biology?
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>>8166510
because biologists tell us that 2 identical looking dogs who can mate are from different spiece when 1 human and 1 ape from Africa is the same.
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>>8166510
Because when we start to take interest in biology we wind up on gif

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Was math invented or discovered?

Debate
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>>8166430
Take your pedophile cartoons back to >>>/a/
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Invented. Math is a construct used to break apart the universe into palatable pieces
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>>8166430
>look mom, I poasted it again

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What books can you recommend me on how the mind works, basically what books are about social interaction and how to trick and manipulate people?

I don't feel empathy towards other people emotions, but I would still enjoy to be the soul of th party.

I just want to know how to stop being blunt and stop hurting people feelings by mistake.
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>>8166406
That's called sociopathy. Stop asking stupid question on 4chan and see a doctor.
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>>8166572
>>>/x/
>>8166406
how to win friends and influence people helps, but honestly you just need to go out and practice.
Theres no substitute for practical experience, especially in social contexts
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>>8166577
*tips fedora*

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>Alien structures not yet discovered on Pluto
Are we going to have to comb the Oort cloud for intelligent life in the solar system?
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>>8166377
We should probably start looking for intelligent life on Earth first.
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>>8166387

*tips*

>>8166377

I don't think there is any intelligent life close to us. Or even life at all. It's gonna be thousands of years before we discover aliens
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>>8166377
>being this retarded
If there is life ANYWHERE else in our solar system, it's probably in the subsurface oceans of moons like Ganymede, Europa, and Enceladus. And it wouldn't be intelligent life.

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Is pic related genetic?
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>>8166266
Mental illness is genetic.
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>>8166266
Cultural, linked to Japanophila.
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>>8166266
so is there any way to parse that data? Like I can figure out how distant I am from furries? Or the furry density per square kilometer of Germany?

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I got a CC degree in Physics. Yay.
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>>8166255
Good for you, now start brushing up on engineering principles.
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>>8166255
>CC degree in Physics

So you just did the default prerequisites to any STEM major.
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Tell me what is a quantum parable

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If skeletons were real, like a living lifeform, imagine them as aliens if you like, then how would they have sex and reproduce? Because the don't have penises?
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>>8166234
Spores.
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>>8166234
They would still have boners
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But anon we are the skeletons.

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>tfw antibiotic resistance is the biggest threat to humanity

How best to avoid serious infections?
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>>8165823
It's really not a serious threat, just an inconvenience. We've only had antibiotics for 100 years. Worst case scenario is we go back to not having them. But we won't because genetic engineering will allow us to create new antibiotics and other solutions.
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>>8165823
Don't have unprotected sex.

I know, in the degenerate times of hypergamous slut culture this advice is hard to accept.
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>>8165833
100 years ago a lot more people died though.

>>8165838
Shame. Luckily I'm beta so that's not too much a concern.

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What do you recommend to start learning quantum computing?
Any books? Pages? Videos?
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>>8165694
vsauce helps a lot
start with schodings cat
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>>8165694
http://pirsa.org/C15009
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>>8165700
I keked.

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What is the point of wind?
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You mean the role it plays in our ecosystem?

It moves pollen and other plant material around, it churns soil and keeps it aerated.
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>>8165679
Forgot to mention the most important thing:

It moves clouds from over water to over land, thus bringing water to the land through rain.
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to disguise my farts

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Dear /sci/,

How do I prepare for graduate school? How do I make sure that I get into a good program with a good advisor? What do they look for?


Thanks,
Anon
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>>8165629
Don't study in post-Brexit Britain.
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>>8165629
>What do they look for?

Research potential trumps almost everything, but you can get in without it based on grades and good letters.


>How do I make sure that I get into a good program

Do your fucking research.

>How do I prepare for graduate school?

Start drinking rolling rock now so you're accustomed to the taste.
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>>8165633
>Start drinking rolling rock now so you're accustomed to the taste.
What if you're British and probably (as of Brexit) going to have to aim for Europe?

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What is a good way of practicing math? I just got into CS, I was never good at math until I picked up Lang's Basic Mathematics book. I learned all that I did not learn all these years in high school, GREAT BOOK!

However, that was all in my spare time. Managed to survive PreCalculus and Calculus, off to Calc II, III then Physics. Any tips, suggested readings and routines for when you have a lot of workload and you need to understand subjects?

Thanks.
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>>8165506
>Lang's Basic Mathematics
Isn't this book pretty self-contained? I had the impression that if you master it you shouldn't have any problems nailing precalc or calculus.
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>>8165537
Yeah, it is a great book and I enjoyed it! What I was asking is, what are some techniques to practice, and when college throws subjects around at high speed to cover a ton of shit in a short amount of time, how do you guys work with that?

Also, if there are more books like Lang's, I would surely appreciate it!
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>>8165584
>What I was asking is, what are some techniques to practice,

1. Find an area of mathematics you would like to learn more about.

2. Solve problems or prove theorems.

3. Repeat.

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is mathematics just a branch of language?
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>>8165457
Yeah sure whatever
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>>8165457
Is /sci/ the most powerful and strengthy board on 4chan?
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>>8165457
It's just an analogy

I'm searching for the expansion, e.g. to second order in [math] t [/math], of

[math] \prod_{n=1}^N \dfrac {1} {1-p_i(t)} [/math]

in closed form.

Any idea?

Something else: I'm currently doing statistics, working for a company which has some empirical curve (deaths in traffic) influenced by some measures (e.g. speed limit introduction in 1980, say) and I'm supposed to find out what would have likely happened if those measures weren't introduced.
Anybody know of this field, any /lit/ or ideas on what I can do there? I've...
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>>8165451
what is p_i(t) ?? Or what can you tell us about it?
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>>8165451

Is the repeated multiplication meant to be over the variable i or n? And what is pi(t)?
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>>8165469
>>8165630

It looks like p is a function of i and t and the index should probably be over i instead of n...

... but we need to know what p is.

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Redpill me on light.
What I know:
>a photon that travels like a wave, where the wavelength determines whether it penetrates different matter.
> e=mcc demonstrates the relationship between energy and light
> light is given off during exothermic reactions
> light is given off in LEDs when electrons gain velocity (higher shell) and then collapse into a more stable orbit
So redpill me on light. Give me all you've got.
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Also, why does light travel in sine waves? Is the speed of light average displacement or the tangent vector? What can I read/what lectures can I look at to learn more about light?
What is the relationship between light and magnetic fields?
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maxwell%27s_equations
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>redpill
You don't deserve shit.

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Your home planet moves at .75c relative to the center of the galaxy, you build a spaceship that can decelerate to stationary relative to the galaxy and then accelerate again to .75c. You take off and accelerate in the opposite direction of your planet's movement.
How fast does someone observing you from your home planet perceive you to be moving? according to Einstein's theory about .625c
however...
How much do you appear to have accelerated from the perspective of someone stationary relative to the galaxy?
How fast do you perceive yourself to be moving...
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>>8165369
Problem. By "opposite direction", do we mean rotational or linear in respect to the center of the galaxy?
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>>8165453
assume the galaxy is so big that the curve is negligible
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bout tree fiddy

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Let's make a list of things necessary for the ultimate intellectual facade. In other words, the list of things that portray intelligence to proles and pseudo intellectuals but are not indicative of any intelligence at all. Someone who has all of these things could have an IQ of 50. Let's try not to overlap things so that it could feasibly all be done by one person.

>speaking multiple languages
>posh accent
>being good at chess
>listening...
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>>8165203
Damn my nigger, your list is on point. Allow me to add some:

>Read a bunch of novels from popular young adult authors
>Reading novels in general and making it a part of your personality
>Carrying your shitty novels everywhere you go instead of reading at home like a sane person
>Saying you like philosophy
>Studying philosophy
>Reading...
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>>8165203
>being good at an instrument
Fight me IRL. You're right about the rest, though.
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>>8165236
This so much.

One of the most apparent indicators of stupidity is the phrase "I like reading". All it tells me is that you do so little reading in your daily life that you actually consider it a special activity when you take a break from your TV/pleb job to "read" some shitty fiction.

my eyesight is turning bad, why shouldn't I just push it for a few more years and then get laser surgery?

does the eyesight fade faster after surgery?

any experiences?
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bump for interest
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>>8165139
From what I heard, it shouldn't fade and if it does, it does within half a year and it should be covered by the people who did your operation.
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>>8165139

This may be wrong, but according to a source that I cannot provide on account of the length of time that has passed since I read it, replacing the lens of the eye detaches the surrounding muscle and the eye loses its ability to focus on its own. Again, I read this somewhere I think, but it could be wrong.

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How long would a helicopter have to hover in the air for before the earth starts moving beneath it?
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>>8164757
That would be impossible.

>b8
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>>8164760
Not baiting. If you're riding a skateboard and someone picks you up off that skateboard, the skateboard would keep going but you would stop.

Same principle.
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about as long as a balloon

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I'm working on a roleplay character that uses a suit of armor not quite as big as pic related. The armor is 7 ft and weighs in at 800lb The character inside is another 200lb.
I'm having trouble with coming up with how much fuel (or what type of fuel) it will need to launch itself 450 ft vertically.
Help would be appreciated. I'm not very good a science.
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>>8164749
7 ft? That's like 1 cm tall at best.
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>>8164749
>>>/qst/
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>>8164750
What?

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Is there anything mushrooms can't do?

http://www.ecouterre.com/muskin-a-vegan-leather-made-entirely-from-mushrooms/

Food, immune system bolster, medicine, beer, building material, and now leather.
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>>8164643
mushrooms are the best
they would man's best friend if we could have plant friends.
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The resulting product looks like a tanned ballsack.
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>>8164654

It's supposed to appeal to engineers.

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Never needed logarithms until today
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>>8164636
>potato
yeah, about that...

log(2^200) = log(n)
n = 2^200
rite?

if not, then this
http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Logarithm.html
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>>8164641
Is this the only way to deduce that? I mean I know its fairly obvious but is there any sort of way to evaluate one one side to n = . . .
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>>8164649
apply 'log rules'
http://www.mathwords.com/l/logarithm_rules.htm

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Suppose Schrödinger's sends you one of his mystery boxes in the mail. When you open it and the cat is dead, did you kill it?
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>>8164437
My consciousness collapsed its wave function
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if 1000 Schrödinger boxes are created with a camera inside and 1000 are opened after a day, which will have less dead cats?
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>>8164437
No, the cat suffocated from lack of oxygen

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is jonathan katz right /sci/?
http://yangxiao.cs.ua.edu/Don't%20Become%20a%20Scientist!.htm
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>what you should be doing
(have a goal in mind) -> (does that goal need phD) -> yes -> (get phD)

>what people do
(I have no clue what to do in life) -> stay in school forever -> blame it on school

School isnt the problem. If it isnt school, itll be singing. If it isnt singing, itll be the next big DJ, etc.

The problem is people having no specific goal, and only a vague general idea of success
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>>8164427
His phrase is pretty biased though. He is in academia.

A drug seller would say that he knows more people whose lives have been ruined by drugs then by getting a PhD...

That statement literally means nothing. That said, it is not true that people with even minor talent blindly follow graduate school because they didn't have a job lined up immediately after university and just don't want to go around for it.
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(study something you really love) -> get PhD in it -> (get whatever job with it to pay the bills and keep studying it because you love it)

If we ask of any knowledge: "How do I know that it's true?", we may provide proof; yet that same question can be asked of the proof, and any subsequent proof. Therefore we have only three options when providing proof in this situation:

>The circular argument, in which theory and proof support each other (i.e. we repeat ourselves at some point)
>The regressive argument, in which each proof requires a further proof, ad infinitum (i.e. we just keep giving proofs, presumably forever)
>The...
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>>8164361
What is 'fundamentally weak' about the regressive argument?
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>>8164361
Why do the philosophy kids keep getting lost here?
>>>/his/ or >>>/lit/
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>>8164361
Cant know nuffin. Just do what science does and take observed reality as your axiom, at least its consistent and historically productive

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Intellectual conversation on biology
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>>8164352
I think its bad and we should put a stop to it
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>>8164352
define intellectual
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Someone explain how diindolylmethane removes epigenetic NRF2 blocks and helps to regulate your immune system.

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How long until we figure out teleportation?

Is it even possible?
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even if we could transfer and replicate with 100% accuracy the entire atomic makeup of your body, there's still the unknown problem of whether or not 'you' will still exist in the teleported body

who would want to be teleported if it's no different than dying?

teleportation is theoretically possible, but it's several thousand years away (assuming steady human technological progress, which probably won't happen)
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>>8164340
Im pretty sure it kills you, so i would never do it
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>>8164347
>>8164367
The solution to the issue of your consciousness not being moved is to instead of copy and replicate your body, bend space instead. Teleportation via deconstruction and reconstruction is just a cloning machine that murders the original (you).


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