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/g/ doesn't know shit about tecnology so i'll repost here

Electricfag here

>Solar energy.
We know the hardest thing with enery is how to store it, so since solar output is at it's peak during the day when demand is low and vice versa demand is high during night when no sun is up, why don't they use the exeeding electricity during the day to divide hydrogen and oxygen from water, store hydrogen and burn it back into water during night to produce energy?

Same quantity of oxygen is produced when extracting...
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nitrogen oxides get produced, which are toxic.
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That's it? The only reason?
I mean CO sure is toxic + a shitload of other nasty stuff gets produced when burning coal, but they come up with a way for filtering it
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>>8161843
Meant for>>8161830

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Is time the fourth dimension?
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No, the fourth dimension is temperature.
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No, it's light
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No, it's color.

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Do insects feel pain?

Discuss.

Biology student here, I think that insects only process pain, withouth "feeling it"; they don't have noxiceptors, but they surely have a sense of self preservation, they can sense the ambient they're in and if it is right or wrong for their living.

Even unicellular organisms can sense the ambient they live in.
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>>8161579
you answered your question
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>>8161582
I think he just wants to know what other people think
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>>8161582
Really?
Oh man, ain't I such a smart guy?

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1,5,17,48,122... what is the next number?
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who knows
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290
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Any fucking number you want. Literally any number.
Kill yourself.

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So terriforming Mars won't be a thing for quite some time, however it got me thinking about some ways we can adress some of the problems associated with terriforming.

>Microgravity
Not much you can do about this, other than build structures that could take advantage of it. More research needs to be done before I comment on the biological effects it has on lifeforms.

>Atmosphere
There's been a lot of different ideas ranging from nuking the icecaps to transporting air. What do you guys think?...
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It amazes me how many intelligent people talk about going to mars, and hoping to live out their life and die on mars.

Why not terraform the Sahara Desert? Or the North Pole? Or the Marianas Trench (or whatever it's called). All of those would be easier and would accomplish something.

Elon Musk should just shut the fuck up and load a winnebago with whatever he likes, and drive out into the Sahara until he runs out of gas. At that point, the only assistance would be some other suicidal freak in another winnebago under the same rules. No rescue operations permitted,...
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>>8161381
>Why climb that mountain when I can just climb that hill over there?

>Why do people want to do things I don't want to do?

>People should just do what I think they should do

>People shouldn't spread out among the stars because there's plenty of places here on Earth to live

>terriforming and colonizing an alien planet is pointless, but...
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>>8161392
Thought it would mess with the ecosystem if animals already live in those areas, I agree it would be better to just colonize and teraform every unfavorable biome in preparation for terraforming planets

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If density isn't finite, is there something like infinite velocity?

Why is light the fastest thing possible if it's finite?
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>>8161263
Because Norman Wildberger is right, and infinity doesn't exist.
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>>8161263
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bekenstein_bound

Density is finite.

Light is the fastest thing possible because it has no mass.

GO back 2 Sckoll
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>>8161282
How is density finite?

What about Black Holes?

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Why is an empty set considered a set? How is it justifiable? If a set is a collection of distinct objects, how can you claim it's a set when there's nothing distinct its a collection of?
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>>8161209
A set is like a box. An empty set is just an empty box.
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It's the collection of no distinct object(s).
Just imagine two baskets. One is empty, the other one has the element {Calculator}.
In one basket is nothing, while the other one has a Calcalator. The empty set is a collection of no objects.

More {} = A \ A.

What's left if you take everything out what you have in it.
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>>8161213
>>8161215
But the box is an object whose essence can't be identical to set's. The box won't stop being a box if it's empty because it doesn't mean for a box to be box only if it contains something. The definition of set is supposedly for it to be a collection of objects. Shouldn't it be meaningful to call something a set only when there's something it's a collection of?

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Why distant objects looks smaller? Can you answer that /sci/?
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>>8161197
this is one of the unsolved problems in physics
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>>8161197
why do we have 3d vision when we only have 2d images
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>>8161197
>He doesn't have orthographic vision

lol git gud scrub.

Any engineers in here?
What software do you use for robotics simulations?
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>>8161189
ROS
matlab
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simulink
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>>8161191
>>8161193

/thread

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Can neutrons be isolated and accumulated? How would a glass full of neutrons look like?
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yup, neutron stars are huge spheres made of neutrons.
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neutron is a meme
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The answer is yes, though you should be reminded that neutrons decay and have a half-life of about 11 minutes.

It's possible to slow neutrons down from some source (usually produced by an accelerator) and trap them magnetically. There's no way to make them as dense as you're imagining though. A cold neutron gas that lasts less than an hour is the absolute best we can do.

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Easy problem solving thread

You are playing a game of Russian roulette where you load two bullets into consecutive chambers of a six shooter. Your mate pulls the trigger and it clicks, he is okay.

Do you pull the trigger again or do you spin it first?
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I put the gun down and concede defeat
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3/4 chance of not blowing your brains out without spinning, or 1/3rd with spinning. Obviously better without spinning.
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>>8160961
Neither, you shouldn't play Russian roulette.

Pulling the trigger first seems more practical though.

Thinking about demonstrating the use of a separatory funnel for a class thing (speech class, not a chemistry class). Is there any combination of classroom-friendly solvents and solutes that will produce a nice visible result? Ideally I'd like two visually distinct phases, and a compound that will noticeably change the appearance of the phases during the extraction. I just can't think of anything offhand that will do the trick without involving some kind of gnarly organic solvents, toxic/expensive colored compounds, strong acids/bases, etc. Again, this is for a non-lab,...
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OP here. Would cooking oil be an option? Oil would definitely give me the visually distinct phases I'm looking for. Not sure about what my solute would be though. Also, this will be a borrowed sep funnel, so I can't gunk it up too badly.
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>>8160949
Just give a speech on why it is ok to own pit bulls or some MMA fighter like everyone else in your class, you nerd. You're just going to confuse everyone and be cringeworthy.
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>>8160966
The speech has to involve a practical demonstration. That's the whole point of it. Most of the practical skills I have are from chemistry class. Also, extractions are probably the most intuitive and interesting thing I could show them, especially when you can literally see the stuff moving from one phase to another!

It's a fair point, though. If this falls through I'll show them how to iron a shirt.

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Are bionicles scientifically possible in real life? As in like how they are in the movies?
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are you fucking 11 m8
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>>8160902
bionicles were amazing. what a sick background story.
>are they possible in real life
kek
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>>8160909
11 inches down your throat m8

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CS or EE?

which one will let me help poor people and help develop my poor thirld world nation faster?

Or can I do both?
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can we have an education general ? We seem to have a lot of questions like these

I'm kinda with you though man. CS is dope, EE is dopest. But, doubling on them would require you to be some kind of genius.
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>>8160890
>college math is hard
>half the degree are meme humanities optional courses
>only 20 courses are core subject
>hard
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>>8160894
nigger, double major EE and CS and show me your grades. It's not crazy hard math, but the work will be to much.

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ITT: Tell OP why he's fucking retarded

>Space-time is curved
>In some places, it's infinitely curved
>These areas are what's known as black holes
>To an observer far enough away from a black holes influence, one appears the relative focal point
>The relative focal point as seen from the center of a black hole differs dramatically
>Any amount of space away from them, the...
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>>8160781
>In some places, it's infinitely curved

Until now I thought anything smaller than Planck length suddenly didn't make any sense - time and space drop entirely there.
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>>8160819
Doesn't the asymptotic behavior imply infinity tho?
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>>8160834
>imply
It shouldn't be about implication, it should be about proof.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-SRhuQji2nw

Real "reusable" rockets LOL

Leave space to the professionals.
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>>8160692
He should go with this virus design.
It can land on most surfaces if the wires strong enough...
Even better.
Put dirt on the boat for a softer landing
put spikes on the ship.
Just one long spike. Or lotsa little ones.
Dart the ship into the boat like a spike.
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last rocket ran out of liquid Oxygen a few feet above the deck.

He still has 2 used rockets to sell at a discount. 1 rocket to go in front of SpaceX HQ. 1 rocket to be studied.
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>>8160692
like NASA or the USSR? the ones who blew up hundreds of rockets when trying to do something never attempted in human history?

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I really don't know how to ask this without it sounding like a conspiracy theory, but how come the possibility of intelligent life once living on Mars is never discussed in the scientific community? We're constantly finding out new things about the planet and it's already believed that the planet was once similar to Earth anyway. I'm not a big science head, so would this be literally impossible or is it possible but unlikely?
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Of course it's possible. People will tell you it's not if this thread gets any more replies, but you have to remember, these are people from a sub-Type 1 civilization who reached their conclusions about where life can and cannot occur in the universe based on observing only a small percentage of the organisms that have ever existed on only one single planet.
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>>8160534
Further evidence for the conclusion that the life wasn't just basic?
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>>8160626
thanks anon, great perspective
>>8160634
True, but aren't we already assuming that there is life on some of the Kepler planets based on the fact that they are similar to Earth? If Mars was also like that at one point I don't see how it's so far fetched.

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Does anyone know how to make acid that can melt shit?
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>>8160523
Concentrated bleach + Concentrated Hydrogen Peroxide.

Mixing them will make hydromethoxycarboxyl acid, which doesn't give off poisonous fumes and will melt stuff like a Dali painting.
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>>8160523
You can buy it at some stores. You don't have to manufacture it.
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>>8160532
mechanism or gtfo

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For how long should I stay awake in order to die of sleep deprivation?

I've seen instances of people dying from only staying awake for 36 hours while others have succesfully kept going for multiple days. What's the secret?

[spoiler]And If I woke up pretty early this morning and want to stay up to see the Brexit results will I die?[/spoiler]
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>>8160513
>I've seen instances of people dying from only staying awake for 36 hours

I don't believe this, can you give a source?
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>>8160515
http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/07/18/diablo-3-death-chuang-taiwan-_n_1683036.html

Excuse the shit source, it was the first link I found about the story.

Turns out I was off by 4 hours but the point stands.
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I had problems with insomnia in my late teenager years. I spent about 44 hours awake, and I didn't die AFAIK.

It's not something I would recommend tho. Things start getting pretty weird after about 24 hours. It starts to feel like real life is a movie you are merely watching.

Are there a benefit of consuming cannabis and his derivatives? Like oils and stuff
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>>8160403
1. You get stoned.
2. If you get stoned enough you'll become stupid enough to believe that cannabis cures all diseases.
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>>8160405
Dont forget:

3. You get stoned.
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It is better than anything else you would take to to salve a hangover.

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Dear /sci/,

Suppose that I've created an algorithm that will optimize an arbitrary small sequence of binary data (up to 1kb). This binary data can represent anything you want, from computer instructions, to DNA, to physical objects. The algorithm will recommend a sequence of bits which you then evaluate with a simulation technique of your choosing, and then you tell the algorithm how "good" of a suggestion that piece of data was. Based on your ratings of the different suggested data sequences, the algorithm will suggest a "better" sequence of...
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>>8160383
It is called supervised learning, dipshit.
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>>8160470
That's not even remotely what this is. This is a global black box optimization technique for binary data. I'm publishing a paper about it, but I want to present some more applications.
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>>8160383
Find the best pick-up line.

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If cosmological redshift determines that a emitted photon will have a higher frequency than after it propagates for awhile, doesn't the planck relation tell us that the photon has lost energy? Where does this energy go?

I feel like there is a really obvious answer but I can't think of it....
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Potential Energy
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>>8160295
Learn what frequency means first.
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Photons can travel through space without losing energy. Red shifted light looks that way because it's traveling away from you so the light waves 'stretch' out. It's not until that photon hits something that it gets absorbed

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Sup nerds, I have a question about numbers and how they work.

When I was a kid people were like "a jillion isn't a number" but if numbers are infinite, wouldn't everything eventually be a number?
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>>8160255
is "banana" a number? you seem to think it is.
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>>8160255
there aren't infinitely many numbers.
there are only as many numbers as those we need.
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>>8160255
>numbers are infinite

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What's time?
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>>8160137
time for you to get a watch
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>>8160137
Maybe it is simply the representation of the manner in which our consciousness is simply a continuation of memory.Maybe it is simply the distance to decay or death. Maybe it is a dimension of space which we can not comprehend. I don't actually know either but i'm throwing some ideas out there.
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>>8160137
Entropy

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What are your thoughts on global warming?
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The scientific evidence indicates that global warming is real, undesirable and is caused by human activity, but since I'm posting on a neo-Nazi website for low-functioning teenagers I'm obligated to say that it's a conspiracy by the Chinese to destroy the white race.
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All the thoughts have bled from me and I can think no more.
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Now it's climate change and not global warming, you silly

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Here's a truth for you /sci/
We need a relatively equal amount of idiots and geniuses in this world to be a good civilization. Idiots supply the creativity and imagination while geniuses provide the logic and the capabilities. They mesh together like gears. Would you find that to be agreeable?
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>>8159993
You're correct in that societies would probably fail if their populations were disproportionately creative/scientific. But it's pretty silly to call these different sections "idiots" and "geniuses", a top-tier scientist with no appreciation for culture is as close to being an idiot as a top-tier creative who hasn't had a scientific thought in his life.
Besides, no such society could ever exist anyway, very few people are solely creatively minded or scientifically minded.
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>>8159993
why do you assume that those aren't the same people?
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Being a genius does not have a direct correlation with achievement, neither does drive it seems. A friend I have had since high school, his iq was around 170, physics degree from an ivy league...he is just some code monkey at google. I have never seen anyone with the dedication he had, I wish I knew what happened.

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So guys, I've been busy brainstorming over the past few weeks and have come up with a rough idea and design of a plasma bullet that could be fired by a coil/rail rifle. I know this thread may belong on /k/ but I believe you guys in /sci/ will be of better help. My bullet is basically a hollow copper bullet filled with gas so that the gas ionizes when it passes through the magnetic currents of the coils or rail. The copper jacket on the tip of the bullet is left open to expose some of the lead inside. there will be lead inside the bullet to add some mass and to ensure that...
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>>8159706
>inb4 a tirade
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>>8159706
A plasma would have very low internal pressure. Assuming you could deliver a plasma-filled bullet to target without breaking it open, the high velocity would defeat the purpose of using a plasma. It wouldn't burn due to its internal forces but more due to impact pressure.
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>>8159706
Plasma weapons are a meme. A puff of hot gas ain't got any stoppin powah.
There are also problems with plasma weapons:
http://www.projectrho.com/public_html/rocket/spacegunexotic.php#id--Plasma_Weapons

That being said check out the plasmak a method for making ball lightning in the lab. It doesn't have much stoppin powah, but it does cause an EMP when the plasma ball hits something

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How does the U.S. fair against Europe in science?
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>>8159649
They all moved here in the 1930's because Europe sucked so bad. We win.
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>>8159649
Today ? Depends on what fields.
However, it's very encouraged and prestigious to have research experience in the USA. At least in France.
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From what I've seen people come to us, do a project or two then go back and use fact they worked in us to propel their career forward.

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I don't get why people send satellites into space. Why should we waste billions of dollars when we could have spent it on making iphones, helping the billions of starving innocent people in Africa, or flying victims of wartorn countries like Syria to safe spaces where we can free them of oppression, or even just making the internet gooder. Billions of dollars have been wasted because some dumb scientist thought "lol lets send a chunk of metal around the earth" and they wonder why ppl don't agree haha
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They didn't spend it on "making iphones, helping the billions of starving innocent people in Africa, or flying victims of wartorn countries like Syria to safe spaces where we can free them of oppression, or even just making the internet gooder..." because the people who own/control the money didn't want to.

Also as I see it, country A needs to be able to defend itself from country B, and country B needs to protect itself from country C, etc... Therefore pushing technology and having advancing leaps forward will give nations the better ability of winning fights.
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>>8159644
thats pretty bigoted, think of all the lives we could save instead of wasting it on throwing chunks of metal into space and better ways to kill each other

we should be working on peace not war :)
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>>8159997
>>8159997
Your weak attempt at trolling isn't working. Go back to shitposting about Trump on >>>/pol/

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We say the cell is the smallest living thing, but red blood cells are cells without DNA or any organelle.
Are they considered alive ? What do you think ?
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>>8159442
Why does it matter? Define life however you want and you have your answer. Doesn't change anything about red blood cells or anything else though.
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do RBCs respire?
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>>8159450
No. It's all anaerobic.


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