Almost certainly not. If living to 122 is 1/7 billion now WITH modern medicine, it would be an even smaller likelihood in the past, and since there weren't 7 billion people living in all of past history combined, there's basically no chance.
hey /sci/, I always hear the argument that intelligence, specially IQ test results, is more a matter of economics and privileged birth than anything else. I can see that but on an anecdotal level I've always wondered about myself.
I was born poor in Southern WV, in the late 80s to a household that's income was mostly from a parental disability check(step parent) and of course food stamps. Income was about $500 monthly, so about $6000 yearly gross income.
I was a lazy shit early in my schooling and so by turn of events ended up needing IEP plan. For those... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
A) To prove a new theorem in mathematics that clearly has applications that would be very useful. B) To find/prove a new theory in physics that explains a lot of things and thus has applications that would be very useful C) Proving the mechanism for a chemical reaction or creating a chemical compound that has applications that would be very useful D) Discovering something new in biology that has applications that would be very useful
And for students or people with degrees of science, is your major the same as your answer?
Hey I was wondering why we need to warm up and stretch before exercise. I don't see any advantage so to me it seems useless.. Many times when I'm at school I "skip" the warming up and I still do the next exercises as well as everyone else does, or even better because I'm not tired from the warming up. I'm sorry to ask this on /sci/ and not on /sp/ but I want some scientific explanation behind this, not just a pleb telling me that it is good because it is good and that's it. Although I find many people in 4chan very ignorant, I still think... Comment too long. Click here to view the full text.
It's harder I'm pretty much addicted to CAD, math, programming, electronics but it's exhausting on my mind, think working out , people are addicted to working out going a couple of hours everyday because it takes a huge toll on your body , the addiction pretty much lies in the daily consistency.
>>7659002 >everything is genetics Almost everything that people think is "genetics" is actually environment or at most a combination of both. Take a person out of a culture in which he would normally be expected to have poor academic performance and put him in an environment that would encourage high academic performance and guess what happens? It has very little to do with genetics.
>>7658569 None of that image makes sense. If this were the case, then the object would travel in a straight path because the "centrifugal" and centripetal force terms would cancel, and "path of inertia" is absolutely retarded. Inertia is not a vector. Centrifugal force is real when you construct the system in a non-rectilinear coordinate system. Not otherwise.
>>7658575 >Centrifugal force is real when you construct the system in a non-rectilinear coordinate system. Not otherwise.
can you explain that please?
I was always told that centrifugal force is not real and is only a misconception caused by a lack of centripetal force.
as in there is no force pulling the ball outward, there is only the centripetal force and the path of inertia, the ball flying away form you if you let go is the inertia without centripetal force acting on it any more
Gadolinium oxide NPs are the most effective contrast agents in MRI, due to Gadolinium having the largest number of shell electrons. Having seven outer electrons allows efficient magnetic coupling of Gadolinium to nearby protons. (Jelinek).
1) It's useless to pick an a_i to be 4 or more - you can split it into 2 + (a_i - 2) if that's the case and get a better one product. So we're left with choosing from 2 and 3. Two 3's are better than 3 2's (9 > 8) so we have to pick as many 3s as possible. That takes us to 999. Then we have to compare 3 vs 2+2, where the 2's win.
Final answer: n = 334 Sequence = 2 times 2, 332 times 3,
>>7658381 2) Let's assume a solution exists, x needs to be close to the square root of 379. This is about 19. Try 19 (it's easy to multiply these numbers because it includes 20), doesn't work, too big. Try 18. It works, looks like this:
>>7658297 Omg dude you don't understand them? How stupid are you?
I independently discovered them on my own when I was only 6. Shits basic anon.
No but really don't feel dumb just cause you find something hard to understand that doesn't mean anything. Dumb people are people like the guy in that relativity thread who think an idea must be wrong just because they don't understand it.
>The test-retest reliability of the MBTI tends to be low. Large numbers of people (between 39% and 76% of respondents) obtain different type classifications when retaking the indicator after only five weeks
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>>7658030 Probability theory, linear algebra, topology, and some amount of of differential equations. Really though you're better off studying machine learning itself, most of the content is baked into the methods of the field itself. At least in my opinion.
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