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Is there a link between race and intelligence? Like, after controlling for any other variable. Does similar income and environment produce less intelligent Blacks than Asian or Whites?
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inb4 300 replies
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>>8149248
nope

there's only 1 race, btw
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>>8149248
Yes, that's likely.
Further research is needed though, we don't have a lot good data. It doesn't help that psychology is so soft, so data is likely to be pretty noisy. Remember the crisis of replicability.

>A small asteroid has been found circling Earth as the two objects orbit the sun together.
>Scientists say it looks like the asteroid -- called 2016 HO3 -- has been out there for about 50 years and isn't going away anytime soon.
>"Our calculations indicate 2016 HO3 has been a stable quasi-satellite of Earth for almost a century, and it will continue to follow this pattern as Earth's companion for centuries to come,"
>http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/16/us/nasa-asteroid-circles-earth/?iid=ob_lockedrail_bottomlarge

Space colonies anyone?
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>NASA says that because the asteroid is so far away it can't be considered a natural moon, or satellite. Instead, they're calling it a "quasi-satellite."
>quasi-satellite

Fucking damnit, NASA, do you have to ruin everything ?
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THAT'S IT

THAT'S WHERE THEY'RE HIDING
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>>8148927
>THAT'S IT
>THAT'S WHERE THEY'RE HIDING
Nazis?

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How do you fill a black hole? Can you?
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>>8148254
By shoveling dark matter into it equal to its volume.
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>>8148254
Throw your brain into it
Black holes aren't really holes. They are objects (probably a sphere) of super dense material. By throwing anything into it, you are just adding the mass. One could destroy black hole only by starving it of matter, until it evaporates by Hawking radiation
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>>8148285
>sphere
Ball. Faggot

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Why do humans adore lions?

I can understand feeling more sympathy for mammals than reptiles or fish, but why is a man-eater universally admired?
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Because in the wild it represents power and might. Also they look majestic, time to grow a beard anon.
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coz they're just big cats
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humans liked lions for thousends of years ( since the roman empire)
Its just a popculture thing

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They just reached the kickstarter budget for observing KIC 8462852 for an entire year from the Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope Network. Which means it will do nothing but watch the unusual activities coming from the Tabby's star to figure out what's going on with the dimming.

http://www.popsci.com/alien-megastructure-star-just-met-its-kickstarter-goal

It's confirmed that it wasn't an alien megasctructure but my money is still on the comets. What you think /sci/ ?
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>"Where's the Flux?"
>Not "What the Flux!?"
Missed opportunity
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>>8146541
I science in America so underfunded that they need a kickstarter to make an observation campaign? It's really that bad?
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>>8146560
It's not that science is underfunded, even though it might be, but the telescopes have lots of other places to look at and using them aint cheap. So they pretty much gathered enough budget to rent the telescope to look at KIC for a year.

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America is already feeling the pressure of India's superior science and math skills and is propping up their tech companies with H1B visas. How long before this system collapses and Indian universities start ranking in the top 50?
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they will be good at biology, straightforward chemistry, and theoretical physics. Apart from that, Indians are shit tier at problem solving. From my experience in academia, the only successful indians are the ones who grew up their entire life in the states. The ones from India can work all day and night but they dont have any critical thinking ability and can't solve practical engineering problems.
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>>8144413
so like rote memorization... how is that different than the usa education system?
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>>8144687
something the us does must be working because they see a lot more entrepreneurial success on an international level

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What's your opinion on human dignity and pride /sci/? Is it simply a product of our culture and has no real meaning or value?
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>>8158646
>product of our culture and has no real meaning or value
Elaborate
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>>8158650
I mean that if we were not a 1st world society or whatever we are, then no one would give a shit about the concept or human rights or maintain the whole "Dignity above all" attitude.
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>>8158656
Oh, I see. You're asking if it's just a social construct (like race).

The things you mentioned have somewhat nebulous definitions. I don't think we can rule out the possibility that some components of those traits are just social constructs and some components are not.

Personally I don't believe pride is anything more than a social construct. Dignity is somewhat more complex. I think that even if it is a social construct, it may also be a theoretical cultural ideal. This would mean...
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Homo sapiens are anatomically similar to frugivores, more so than omnivores.
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>>8158439
Are you the vegan that's getting BTFO in this thread >>8153884 ?
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>>8158456
No, entomophagist.
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>>8158439
bait

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I find archaic humans endlessly fascinating.

I find it really hard to find good quality audio/video lectures or even audiobooks on the subject. Can anyone recommend any?

A couple I can recommend are;
Lecture series
>Rise Of Humans Great Scientific Debates - Prof. John Hawks (is a jew though)
>Human Prehistory and the First Civilizations - Bryan Fagan (is a bit dated)
Audiobook
>A Troublesome Inheritance - Nicholas Wade
>The Strange...
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OP is a 93 year old Nazi Scientist.
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>>8156853
I'm a strong proponent on multi-regional evolution and believe 'out of africa' meme will get BTFO as garbage in our life-time.
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>>8156909
Don't forget the Kumari model, though that one's a bit farfetched.
Also, I'm honestly ok with the idea that we came from Africa.

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What's /sci/ favourite (ball) pen or pencil to do science?

Pic related. They are cheap and just work.
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>>8154532
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>>8154532
>>8154537

if your "science" doesn't require computational assistance your "science" isn't science.
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None, I cut my finger and use the blood as a substitute for red pen.

Use this /sqt/ to post questions that don't deserve their own thread
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How wise is it to double major in Computer Engineering and Applied Mathematics?
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>>8150299
I am of the school of thought that double majoring is stupid in general. If you have the extra energy then use it for non-academic but constructive purposes, even if the double majoring only implies doing 1 or 2 more classes per semester.

But assuming that I am wrong then your combo is not good enough. You will likely get all the applied math you need from CE so if you really want to expand your knowledge you would be better off doing CE and pure mathematics.

Applied math degrees that I've seen are...
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>>8150299
Double majoring is fucking stupid. You can probably pick up some classes in either field to fill up some general electives, but double majoring prevents you from getting in depth with anything at all.

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Is there any real basis for being a vegan?

I mean is there a practical way to get all the proper amino acids and proteins etc. from a completely herbivorous diet?
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You could probably check it on your own if you really wanted to know the answer.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Essential_amino_acid
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>I mean is there a way to get all the proper amino acids and proteins etc. from a completely herbivorous diet?
Yes, absolutely

>is there a practical way
No, not really. I mean you COULD go out of your way to breathe only from scuba tanks whose contents were collected in Cambodia, but...Why would you when the alternative (Just, y'know, breathing like humans normally do) is not only moral and ethical, but less costly and more effective?
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>>8153884
No. Only if you apply the same ethnical standards to animals that you have for humans. This is something most vegans seem to randomly do.

You are an omnivore and shouldnt ignore your nature

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Did humans invent math? Or has it been in the universe the whole time?
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yeah they invented math. they also invented gunpowder, telephones and teacups and many many other things.
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>>8156691
>Did humans invent math?
Yes

>>8156691
>Or has it been in the universe the whole time?
Non-religious people haven't been so retarded as to think this could be possible since the times of the ancient Greeks.
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>>8156691
>meaningless non scientific questions
let me guess, you just watched two religious/atheist apologists debating while pretending to be intellectuals, and pretending to understand the most complex aspects of modern cosmology

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1. Read all the good books in your field
2. Read even more
3. Ask if you can join a research group as an undergrad
4. Prove your skills
5. Apply for even small grants and awards
6. Make connections with your professor's colleagues and other research groups
7. Never say no to a good offer
8. Snowball effect begins
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>>8155787
Th-Thank You.

You have no idea...
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>>8155787

1. Ask if you can join a research group as an undergrad
2. Read all the good books in your field
3. Read even more
4. Prove your skills
5. Apply for even small grants and awards
6. Make connections with your professor's colleagues and other research groups
7. Never say no to a good offer
8. Snowball effect begins

You won't know what to read if you aren't sure of a project.
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>>8155806

>My field is nuclear engineering
>I don't know what to read

Huh, I guess that makes sense.

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Does the hard problem of consciousness invalidate materialism, /sci/?
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do you think consciousness is some none-material soul or something ?
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>>8142022
nope
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>>8142022
only if you define conciousness to be some meta-physical thing, which it's not

any half way intelligent person can deduce the mechanism that generate self aware behaving entities

So wtf exited the Markarian 335 black hole some time ago?
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>>8155515
A burp
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>>8155618
A burp with X Radiation larger than our galaxy? And also, the "burp" was measured as a physical object. What gives?
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Shouldn't the fact that we observed a coronal mass ejection from a black hole be a sign that the entire theory of black holes is wrong?

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What kind of software do engineers use?
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>>8152756
for what?
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>>8152756
Grindr
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>>8152756
Your mom's software.

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I keep hearing a lot about the theory of multiple genders, and I was wondering if there was any proof of it.
Has science found any possibility of a third gender? Can the brain actually shift through male and female?
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What do you mean by 'gender'?
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>>8147741
Anything biological or related to how you feel.
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>>8147742
Males tend to have more testosterone, while females have more estrogen. It all comes down to what's between your legs.

On social media:

> E.g. Some science page on Facebook says that there are plans to mine the moon in an article.

> Middle aged admin assistant from Tennessee: "What if the moon falls out the sky? Why don't scientist think of that, huh?"

> Some smug guy (for some reason usually Indian): "Maybe humans should stop destroying this planet before going mining others"
> Someone points out that no life grows on the moon

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>>8123750

Me just being a judgemental cunt but:

> When I see someone with dreadlocks and a bindi claim they "read about quantum physics".

Maybe one day I'll find one who actually knows about QED and not just "LSD and Terence McKenna maaaann..."
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>>8123750
Nice blog, something else on your mind?
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>>8123750

> Be at aunts house
> Talk about how I'm studying geophysics
> "Why don't you restart your course and do medicine so you can find the cure for cancer"
> ..."sigh"...she means well

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I think I am a psychopath.
Does this interest you guys? idk
I will answer any questions you give.
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>>8155120
how many toy people do you have?
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>>8155120
What was the last animal you killed?
Are you hoping to be a CEO?

also: Why the fuck should we care about your petty little ego?
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>>8155120
.....will answer any questions you give......
What is your name?
Full address?
Credit card numbers?
Bank account info?
Social security info?

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How many lemon batteries are necessary to create enough power to kill a man?
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>>8149560
Real problem here.
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>>8149560
Around 150
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>>8149560
just beat him with a bag of lemons, you absolute idiot

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Well, /sci/?
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>>8145488
is he equidistant from the two?

I didn't think so....
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this picture proves that the sun is actually just someone pointing a laser in the sky.
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>>8145488
I don't understand, is he flat earthing?

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How possible would it be for a crazy virologist to create and spread a superbug/epidemic like the Zika virus? Or really any serious virus that would cause a bunch of problems.

Is it even possible?
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stop giving ideas to people jesus christ...
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>>8154607
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Biological_warfare
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bioterrorism
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>>8154609
Wow interesting. I always thought Anthrax was a chemical agent like mustard gas or cyanide. I'll read up on this.

Pretty stupid of me to think people haven't attempted this before

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Do batteries get heavier when you charge them?
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Yeah because electrons are heavy.
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Are you retarded?
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>>8150750
yes, if you store an energy E in the battery (which is more than the available energy), the mass increases by E/c^2

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I'm reading spivak's 3rd edition of calculus, and I'm wondering how many of the practice problems do you guys do? I'm still on the first section and have been doing 1 or 2 problems from every question.
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I don't do as many as you desu I just do a handful per chapter
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Why Spivak instead of Apostol? They're equally rigorous, but Spivak just tries super hard to be as difficult to understand as possible.
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>>8152944
Depends on how much do you want to learn. Sometimes he introduces concepts that are not explained in the chapter.

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How would /sci/ define 'one'? Without using words such as 'single', 'unit' or any other numbers.
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a thing that isnt accompanied by more things
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>>8152587
a thing
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I thought about calling it the number of elements in a set in which you can't create a random pair of elements. But then you have to define a pair.

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If the brain creates our reality, how can it be in that same reality.
How can the brain create reality, while at the same time be inside of it.

how can a universe exist within itself? how does a set of all sets contain itself?

Makes no sense
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> create reality
delete this dumb shitty unfunny thread please
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>>8152333

No reality without an observer
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>>8152331
In the same way that an operating system can be inside the operating environment it created.

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Could they have really built them with the technology they had?
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>>8151334
Yes.
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>>8151337

Do you really think so? I've heard on the history channel that it would be practically impossible. They would need some anti-gravity device to lift up the huge slabs. Not to mention the funky hieroglyphics that show light bulbs.
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>>8151342
I cant even tell if you guys get a kick out of this or you are legitimately stupid.

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>your school
>what you think of it

>your major/degree
>what you think of it
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>>8148479
>University of Arkansas
Entire perimeter of campus is covered in churches. Kinda retarded budget. Currently spending a shitload of money to expand a stadium when they can't even fill the seats they have now.

>Civil Engineering
Pretty chill. Most classmates get shit done and immediately head to the bars a few feet down the road. Everyone seems to shit themselves at the thought of anything Chemistry/fluid though
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>>8148479
>University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Small but fun. It's not Madison.

>Electrical Engineering
Too many Asians, not enough poon.
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>University of Tennessee
Fun place in a fun city, but please god stop all the damn construction.

>Mechanical Engineering
My major is the catch-all for every idiot who doesn't know which engineering to take.

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Time to share experiences that absolutely triggered us... that are related to /sci/.

This is fresh out of the oven niggers, literally just happened

>Went to the doctor to get a vaccine
>Guy who was my pediatrician
>He's known me since my first days
>Asks me what I am studying in university
>I reply 'Bachelors in Mathematics'
>some random talk about how my grades...
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>>8148421
you really do seem mad.

that being said, and all your irrational bullshit aside, your circle jerk assumption is spot on. med schoolers are amongst the most horrific of assholes, together with law schoolers. they both think they have the monopoly on difficult studies when they are really just learning shit others have discovered by heart whilst doing a woodwork apprenticeship on humans.

medicine is not science. it's a laboratory for science.
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>after astonomy class
>be talking to girl
>"so what did you learn today anon?"
>"just cosmology stuff"
>"Oh my girlfriend went to school for that!"
>"really"
>"yeah she's, like, the best hair stylest I know now"

Somebody please kill my face
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>>8148421

>Physiology student specializing in neuroscience
>Compulsory psychology courses
>Lecturer supports Freudian psychoanalysis and new age crap
>He says 'I don't think our behavior is caused by just neurons puking out chemicals. How would you feel if you were just a pile of chemicals?'
>Continues to talk shit about subconsciousness, motivation and...
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