>Teach Automotive Electrical Systems at a community college >Full of dumb students, have a good relationship with them though >Last week, while evaluating tests realize one of the students literally scored 0 >Laughed profusely and wrote in the test , 'kill yourself desu senpai' >Dumbass told everyone and the President (of the community college) wants to see me this afternoon
Hello, I'm doing a program and I have been stuck for a while. Imagine I want to move the blue dot to the red dot through the smallest path, d, by clicking on the screen (red dot). I tried many different ways but the blue dot won't ever go through the coordinates I pressed, it seems to act kinda randomly.
How do I make it move to where I pressed? Basically I want to get vx and vy. Using java.
Hey guys was wondering if I could get some help. My mammalian physiology class is doing case studies and I'm honestly not sure how to go about the first question. Any ideas?
1. An agonist is an agent that reacts with a receptor and mimics the action that normally results from the binding of a transmitter to that receptor. Thus a muscarinic agonist mimics the effects of acetylcholine to a muscarinic receptor. An antagonist blocks the action that normally results from the binding of a transmitter to a particular receptor. Thus a β-adrenergic antagonist blocks the... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A while ago I suggested increasing rocket thrust through the atmosphere by exhausting it horizontally over a Coanda surface before finally pointing it downwards and /sci/ was typically dismissive calling me a "free energy nut" and all sorts. So explain to me if fast moving fluid over a surface does not induce atmospheric pressure underneath it then why does a piece of paper lift up when you blow air over the top of it? Try it now.
So, my old $210 refurbished Dell PC finally imploded after about 2 years. I'm getting a new one with gaming components in it, but as I hear from my friends in The Netherlands, they need higher-performance PCs for Bio-Lab simulations, pictures, programs, etc.
I'm at a massive point where I'm at 'generals' in school and I don't give a fuck anymore, Calc 3 and Mechanics Of Materials, the latter taught by the most sporadic person I've ever been forced under, and the former difficulty but not impossible. M8s I need higher level stuff to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
The NYU Langone Medical Center has completed the most extensive face transplant ever, under Dr Eduardo D. Rodriguez.
The receiver of the transplant was a volunteer fire-fighter, Patrick Hardison, who was injured in early Sept 2001 when a burning house roof collapsed on him. Despite 70 surgeries, he could not return his life to normality. The donor was David P Rodebaugh, an artist and cycler who died aged 26. The face and the scalp were transferred, including, for the first time ever, the eyelids and blinking muscles and also for the first time ever, the ears... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
If you look at all the people who made the most amazing discoveries in the natural sciences and math over the years most of them are geniuses but not all of them are polymath super scientists. Take a look at people with IQ's over 200 today like Terence Tao who won gold at IMO at age 13 or whatever. He has not made critical contributions to mathematics but he is clearly one of the brightest technical minds currently on the planet. Lots of what is responsible for innovation is luck, Einstein's image is popular because he was both a technical and innovative genius and... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
Intelligence has been defined in many different ways including one's capacity for logic, abstract thought, understanding, self-awareness, communication, learning, emotional knowledge, memory, planning, creativity and problem solving.
I have a question, I'll be using the info in a future book if you care.
Would you rather be immortal and continue to age at your regular rate forever, eventually looking so old and unapproachable that you will be forced to live eternity in near or complete solitude? What would you do with unlimited time to yourself?
Or would you rather Live for 20 more years starting today at the age you are now and look like you are in your 20's up until the day you die?
Would you enjoy a possibly short but sociable life or would you rather live for eternity... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
> immortal and continue to age at your regular rate forever
this makes no sense if you kept aging you would die, your organs would give out, you would start to decay. try thinking something through for 5 minutes before asking retarded questions, good luck with the "book"
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