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How long until we as humans have to skidaddle earth? Will we even survive before we can even fathom the technology to leave earth?
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Reminder that the lead-melting, acid-soaked hellhole named Venus is also an Earth-sized planet in a star's "habitable zone".
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>>8109496
this is true
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>>8109403
>even fathom the technology to leave earth?
If you count solar-orbiting space habitats, we're probably pretty close to that right now.
The "how" isn't the hard part.
Political motivation to allocate funding, even in the private sector is the hurdle.

>How long until we as humans have to skidaddle earth?
>Will we even survive
Despite appearances, the future isn't that gloomy.
Human...
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Is there some special reason why photosynthesis has picked the color green ?
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It's more appropriate to say green is the color photosynthesis rejected.
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Chlorophyll??

More like BORE-a-phyll.
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>>8109415
jej, this

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what does a math major even do after college?
Work for a lame company?

I-I'm scared
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And before someone asks, I majored in it because I wanted a personal learning experience. I am pretty damn good at math, but fuck I kind of regret my decision a bit now because no jobs
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>>8109385
If you're an applied math major, or specialize in some form of Operations Research, you'll be in like Flynn to get a good job at any large tech or logistics based company.

If you specialize in probability and stochastic systems, you can easily get a job with any quant trader or financial firm with a quant shop. They make good money as well.

If you can do any form of machine learning, you are also in a good position to get a solid job.

If you don't qualify in those areas, aren't...
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>>8109391
Not OP here, but need some advice all the same. I'm going to college in the fall and I'm really stuck in between majoring in Applied Mathematics, Actuarial Sciences, or Finance.

I really want to get into Financial Engineering, but my school doesn't offer that major, and Actuarial Science is the closest degree to mixing Finance, Applied Mathematics and Computer Science (mainly programming).

I just don't know if Actuarial Science is very marketable compared to a Math major and Finance minor.

ITT
things you didn't think about

the ostrich egg is the biggest single cell you can find.
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>>8109336
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Elephant_bird
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>>8109343
as I said, things I didn't think about.
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>>8109336
I doubt that's the biggest single cell. What about a neuron in a whale?

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>tfw science cannot ever access or correspond to "reality"
>tfw science is all just stories we make up
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>>8109302
Philosophy isn't really that different.
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>>8109606
>>Philosophy isn't really that different.
at least philosophy does not pretend to hide some objectivity behind some contrived formal system.
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>>8109302
Pretty sure no matter how we constructed the first microscope a cell would look and be able to be acted upon the same way as a cell did the first time someone saw one.

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When do trig functions stop being important in college level math.
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>>8109295

1) they don't.
2) okay, algebra. But algebra done right will still have some trig by way of examples.
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>>8109295
You'll see them again in complex and differential equations.

Don't ever count on something that you don't like going away.
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>>8109405
most majors don't have to take diffEQ. they'll come back like the ghost of your wife's husband in calc 2 though

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If everything can be predicted if we were to hypothetically be completely aware of all of the atoms and molecules in the universe, doesn't that mean that everything is predestined and free will doesn't exist?
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>>8109254
>filename
kek'd
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everything can't be predicted though
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>still gorilla-posting

Legitimate philosophers define free will in such a way that it is compatible with a deterministic universe.

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Does the "Intelligent people are more depressed" meme have any basis in reality?

Is there any real science to back up the idea?
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something something extremely smart something can't relate to people who are x standard deviations below you in intelligence something something
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>>8109230
>"Is there any real science to BLACK up the idea?"

ftfy
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>>8109230
Yeah because they have to answer stupid questions like this all day.

http://www.forbes.com/sites/jeffmcmahon/2016/05/29/harvard-scientist-engineers-a-superbug-that-inhales-co2-produces-energy/#4ff2faf05a9d

his month at the University of Chicago, he announced his bug converts sunlight ten times more efficiently than plants.

“Right now we’re making isopropanol, isobutanol, isopentanol,” he said in a lecture to the Energy Policy Institute at Chicago. “These are all alcohols you can burn directly. And it’s coming from hydrogen from split water, and it’s breathing in CO2. That’s what this bug’s doing.”
So over the...
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>inb4 another oxygen catastrophe
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>>8109134
This shit is super exciting if it ever became commercially viable.

Just like solar panels but instead of electricity, it would produce storable fuels.
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>>8109103
There's other approaches too, like e-diesel and the US Navy's work on synthetic gasoline.

Is it possible to create a weapon that can vaporize water supplies using microwaves (not the appliance) ?

Kind of like in the first batman movie?

This kind of weapon would be invaluable for asymmetrical warfare. What are the physics of this kind of weapon?
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>>8109008
>trying to boil water
it's literally the most retarded thing you could ever think of.
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>>8109016
what do you mean?
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The only microwave based weapon I know of is the Active Denial System.
It's a type of nonlethal weapon that never saw any combat use.

You aim it at people and it heats their water and fat.
It reaches /just/ deep enough into their skin to scald their nerves.
Which is extremely painful.
No long-term damage though.

>>8109018
Not that Anon, but it's a really inefficient way to tamper with water supplies.

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>travelling @ lightspeed stops time.
>not for sunlight
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>>8108802
if the earth was traveling at the speed of light, the light from the sun would never reach us
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>>8108802

It's a matter of perspective.
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>>8108825
would you say that its relative?

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Why are so many people majoring in CS? Won't 80% just be code monkeys?

I don fully understand this meme.
I'm about to start uni, and computer engineering seemed neat but after talking with a lot of people they said it was actually very boring, and so is CS.

I might just say fuck it and go into math and physics
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I'm studying CS and it seems most of my schoolmates are in CS because they like videogames or because they want to get into web development. It's kinda sad really.
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>>8108723
CS grad student now, I wish I had majored in physics for my undergrad. Seems much easier to pick up CS concepts than the other way around.
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>>8108723
Code monkeys make around 30-40k a year. That's better than average.

I hate to break it to you but most people who go to school are just looking to get jobs. Not everyone is going to be the next Elon Musk or Gates.

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WTF? Does this have a straightforward answer?
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Or does it require shenanigans? I thought about different frequencies and shit.
But strictly mathematically, I don't think you can solve this
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I don't understand what's supposed to happen
what does a process do if it recieves a pulse from the timer?
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>>8108731
I am confident that the pulse must cause some process to start running.
I am not even fucking sure what's in the rules and what's not. It doesn't specify.
Has anyone encountered something similar? And what were the rules?

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Good old Gauss said that if you could understand this identity with just a quick look at it you were "et le caput dolent friggin pinata fribee", wich roughly translates to "certainly a witty man ".

What do I need to know to test my might?

Don't get me wrong, I'm FULL ON about this numbers thing but the letters really mess the whole deal.

What does that "e" even mean?

"i" as an exponent? Hold it right there chieff, too much numbers for today
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>>8108682
It's pretty straightforward. It's just the polar expression of z=-1. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Complex_number

You can prove that you can express numbers like this with the Taylor series of sine and cosine.
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>>8108682
All you need to understand this is the modulus-argument form and/or the cos+isin form. Usually these are learnt with De Moivre's formula.
It's pretty early on in any material regarding complex numbers.
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Euler's identity is the Beatles of equations

Overrated as hell (not bad, just overrated) and hyped up by plebs that only know mathematics up to calculus

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Why do some people stand by the idea that 1+1 makes 1?
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>>8108585
Who stands by that? You need to go outside man.
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>>8108589
Are you saying I don't exist? I think 1+1 does make 1, are you saying this is lies:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FA5jsa1lR9c
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it's true if you're doing boolean algebra

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Is an Astronomy degree a meme?

Where does it fit into in terms of college major tiers?
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>>8108580
It's a field with very few openings every year and is completely over-saturated because every autist who thinks that black holes, universe and shit are awesome goes into it in his raging atheist phase.
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>>8108580
It's a secondary major you pick up if you have the time.
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>>8108580
In the usual God, good, okay, bad, terrible categories then actual physics is in the good category, and astronomy is in the okay category, bordering on just being bad.

But study what you want OP. People have made it work.

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How many of you have taken the GRE? How did you study for it?
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Got the Kaplan Premier prep book. Didn't bother with the book, because the CD it comes with is all you need. I took the practice tests on the CD, one or two full ones a day for the week before my test. The tests were the exact same layout as the GRE, so I was very familiar with the test. I feel like those practice tests really helped me do well.
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>>8108420
Does practicing actually help though?

I'm looking at these and it reminds me of the SAT which I did shit on even though I still managed to get into a decent school
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>>8108448
So I used the tests as a diagnostic as well, but I found practice helped a lot yes. The math part was easy for me (but I minored in math so IDK your thing) but the practice was most helpful for the reading parts, which can be kind of tricky. Also the scores I got on the Kaplan tests were very predictive of my real scores.

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what
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Thats why you dont divide by zero, fucks shit up
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>>8108359
lines 1-4 make sense, but on the 5th line, it becomes nonsense.
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>>8108366
unless it is a limit

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Ideal calendar system?

Is there a better system to organize the weeks, months and days than the current one?

Just like we have Kelvin (although nobody uses).

And some people say there are benefits to having numbers up to base 12 (or even 60).

Discuss all of this, this is a thread for organization.
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bump, i've heard there's some scientific calendar that proposes 7x4 months.
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lunar calendar.
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Can one really sustaint a sleep cycle of around 2 - 4h?

Any experiences?
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no, you're basically tired all the time instead of being rested all the time

source: me, occured to me naturally for several months. Destroyed my life.
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>>8107977
umm I don't sleep more than 4-5 hours, ever.
but I don't do it on purpose, that's just how I sleep I don't need more than 4-5 hours of sleep.
when I was younger and I found out that my friends were sleeping for like 10 or more hours, I tried to sleep longer on purpose,
I would wake up after my usual sleep time which is like 4 to 5 hours and would go back to sleep, but I would wake up every +/- 30 min because I wasn't tired. I just cant sleep more than that.

yes I am sleeping...
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>>8107977
Fuck that, can one really sustain a sleep cycle of 8 hours? I've slept 12-16 hours a night since I was a child. Please send help.

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Visiting from /co/. I have a poop question:

When you hold it in due to an emergency/playing games/car ride, the urge eventually dissipates. What causes this dissipation? The feeling to shit will eventually return, but what's the process that makes the feeling go away?
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The rectum stops contracting.
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peristaltic waves

you don't cause it to go away, it goes away on its own, and comes back later.
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Right on. Thanks for the info.

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Is vaping actually bad for your health?
I though it was just water, how can that be bad for you?
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Obviously it's not just water. It's also nicotine. And other stuff.

We don't know if that's bad for your lungs yet. Err on the side of caution. Or die of stupidity, your choice.
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>>8107479
unknown additives going directly into the tissue of your lungs.
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>>8107479
Why would it be just water??
And probably yes. It can likely cause popcorn lung.

>ctrl+F
>no /matsci/
>no /nano/
>no /chem/
>no /ogen/ even
Alright guys, this thread is a dedicated MatSci and nanotech thread. Feel free to discuss all things relating to synthesis and mechanisms of your materials and your research (to whatever degree you feel comfortable). If you aren't involved in research, feel free to ask questions. Anything regarding synthetic chemistry, chemical mechanisms, or physical properties of chemical systems.
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Anyone here doing anything optics related?
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>>8107431
sort of, trying to make a material that exhibits the large photomechanical effect, scrubs CO2 from the atmosphere, clean energy, and maybe cancer too. Oh and it's like gonna be programmable too, so like we could tune it to whatever we want. Or at least that's what we said in the proposal

It is not going well. The project's horribly mismanaged. We haven't heard from our chemist in months, because somebody forgot to pay them. I just found out the other day that the team member who was supposed...
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>>8107670
meant to say cures cancer, but I suppose it could cause cancer too.

>There is an irreducible element in the subjective experience, that is, a complete physical description of the world won't exhaust the state of affairs, meaning that there is a intrinsically subjective element in the world, and the direct verification of such element is epistemologically impossible. There may never be a proper theory of mind, for that is beyond our epistemic scope.

True or false?
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take your shitty philosophical arguments from incredulity to >>>/lit/
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>>8106979
That is just a thesis stating sentence, an argument would offer justifications for it...

A philosophy class would help you realize that, you insufferable faggot.
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>>8106979
>>>/pol/

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So I see that simpler organisms seem to have a form of biological immortality.
What evolutionary benefit does aging give organisms and why is this phenomenon global in most complex organisms?

Why did we evolve to age?

Is senescence a good thing?
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boredom and ability to adapt while under a limited amount of ressources. If our ancestor from a long time ago hadn't died, there would be a lot more people.
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>>8106678
the reason for aging is death from external causes .if an organism usually survives X years against predation\other shit its evolutionary pressured into being fertile within that lifespan getting to it as early and for as long as possible .

if an individual survives much longer then that usual lifespan hes in uncharted territory , the 'evolutionary shadow'. basically your ancestors didnt live this long so no natural selection was made against fuckups which occur once someone reaches this age .

this...
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>>8106809
so basically you can think of your genes as including all the evolutionary pressures your ancestors experienced up to the point they reproduced .
a perfect immortal man has no evolutionary advantage over a man that falls apart and dies the moment he turns 20 if both of them reproduce at 19.

this also presents a way to extend human lifespan : have kids later in life . sure you'll have shittier kids buy by having longer selection you produce people that live longer .

Debate why this is wrong.
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>>8105208
Because the planets have elliptical orbits?
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>>8105216
there are a few more
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>>8105208
You're missing Pluto

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Is Geometry the most underrated STEM field?

It is truly marvelous how it exists, how shapes all seem to fit in a grand puzzle that is known as Geometry.
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shut the fuck up please
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>>8105102
Geometry is literally everywhere. Especially in physics. Everything from euclidean geometry and trigonometry to do simple mechanics problems, to hyperbolic geometry in SR, differential geometry in GR & gauge theory, algebraic geometry in string theory, etc.
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Should be

Phi^2 + 2phi + 1

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Can we get a /sci/ humor thread going again?
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>>8098236
bazinga

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Are there any /sci/ approved video games? Do video games that use or teach physics, chemistry, math, and engineering even exist?
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>>8070778
Zelda
Mario Galaxy
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>>8070778
Portal 1 & 2 are pretty good
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Any flavor of classic-tetris deserves a spot.

>>8070796
>Zelda
baby-tier puzzles, magical fairy-boy adventure?
It's good alright but not in respect towards /sci/-approval I feel.

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Post best introductory book in your field of expertise.

Pic related.
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not expertise, just topic for my bachelor's thesis, but this book is heaven
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>>8115556
How much category theory do you use and how much of it do you know?
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>>8115556
The reviews on amazon aren't that favorable


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