Whenever I orgasm, the vision in my left eye dims for between 20 seconds to a few minutes. It isn't a full-on blindspot but the center of my vision goes very dark. No such thing happens to my right eye after climax.
Can any of you guys shed some light as to what the fuck is going on?
is recreational Marijuana hazardous in adolescent? Or is this grade a Bull Shiite New Zealanders claim that 8 Iq points are lost in frequent users during adolescence, and other journals claim permanent changes in the hippocampus and other brain structures. I thinking. no one can agree on a universal definition of IQ, so how can they constitute this.Plus the hippocampus is the only region in the brain that undergoes neurogenesis, what is happening. further more, adollecnces is a period of time where neural connections are being made to mature the mind. Cannabis is know to... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
>>7661351 Judging by your post, you are 13 years old, high, and suffering some sort of learning disability. Am I right?
If I'm wrong about the learning disability, then I guess that justifies the study.
Or, here's a hint, try reading the study in question. Want to know how they measured IQ? Read the study. Why do they think there were changed in brain structures other than the hippocampus? Read the study. What about your neurogenesis concerns? Read the fucking study.
Why do people act like global warming is actually a thing? Im currently a senior, but last year in AP Chemistry I was surprised over how many people in my class (Liberals) actually believed in global warming.
Can anyone explain ways to link physics to molecular biology (Biochemistry, genetics, etc). It's a pretty open-ended topic but I have a degree in Molecular Medicine and am interested in physics. Anyone have any ideas on how to link these two? It might sound stupid but this is only out of interest
>>7660671 The connection to physics is mostly through statistical mechanics (and quantum to a lesser extent) which is used to develop models and methods in chemical solutions thermodynamics that is applied to biochemical systems including surface science and macroscopic systems (molecular thermodynamics models applied to chem. sol. thermo. methods). Textbooks:
>Garland, Dill K A , Bromberg S Molecular Driving Forces; Statistical Thermodynamics In Chemistry And Biology
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Are AI researchers really trying to emulate a brain in software. Maybe they might be trying to understand some heuristics used by humans so they can use them in programming a theorem prover or something but is anyone actually trying to build a copy of a brain using electronics?
The brain is no more a quantum device than computer circuitry. Both exist in a world subject to quantum laws. And neither exploit those laws in any particular way, but rather seem to do their best to cancel out all quantum jitter from their mechanisms.
The brain is several magnitudes more complicated than the wildest fever dreams of a CPU architecture designer, but the difference is not some hand-wavy thing like "quantum mechanics." Instead it is raw fucking complexity.
FUCK NO. I have to do a final project for this intro to engineering course and this stupid kid followed me into the final project choice I wanted to do simply because he knows I'll do all the work. He's going for Civil and I'll doubt he'll even manage getting through school for that.
>>7659694 Because you're pushing the limits of what humanity can do. You're thinking about abstract concepts and forcing your body to answer questions more complex than. How to avoid bear? How to get food? How to fuck her? etc. The latter is your natural desire.
Sometimes brilliant people break down and just retreat to the wilderness as primitives because they crack.
>>7659711 I don't claim to be super intelligent or anything, I'm still above the average person in terms of problem solving skills however, granted that's probably a part of the whole autism thing
Apparently according to new research autism was a trait that was useful in hunter gatherer tribes where there was less social interaction to be had and the enhanced reasoning skills it tends to give let it survive though generations, or something like that
https://finance.yahoo.com/news/leading-harvard-physicist-radical-theory-160000092.html http://journals.aps.org/prl/abstract/10.1103/PhysRevLett.112.161301 Have you guys read this? This is a /sci/ topic. The first link is for popsci lads, and the second is for the austimo of /sci/.
There are approximately 7,380,936,119 people alive today. Approximately 1/278 people has an IQ (sd15) of 140 or higher. This correlates to preliminary approximation that 26550130 in the world who should have an IQ above 140. We know however, that there is a large discrepancy between countries average IQ If we are selective with our countries. Picking only developed Western countries (US, UK, Canada, France, Germany, etc), developed Eastern countries (China and Japan), and Australia, we get an approximate total population of 2,248,685,974, of which at least 8,088,798... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
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